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The tiny hurling club of Killimordaly in Co Galway is cursed by geography.

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Ian Kehoe

14th May, 2005

The tiny hurling club of Killimordaly in Co Galway is cursed by geography. Athenry, the region's GAA superpower, is within shouting distance, while the highly successful Sarsfields club is just a mile or two down the road.

Despite this, the club still manages the occasional victory - like last year, when Pat McDonagh, owner of the fast food chain Supermacs, coached Killimordaly's 14-year-olds to the county title.

Shy of players at the start of the...

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