bakhtiarzein/123RF James Langton TD getting new head of private wealth, financial planning Share this article and your comments with peers on social media CI GAM names its first-ever head of investment management Lowe takes over the post for a three-year term, effective immediately. He replaces the previous chairman, William Dudley, who retired from his position as president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on June 17. Dudley had headed the CGFS since 2012.The BIS also issued its annual report on Monday, stressing that policy-makers must undertake critical structural reforms if they hope to sustain the global economy’s positive momentum. The BIS’s report states that the recent economic strength is unusual and that the path to sustained expansion is narrow, but that the right approach to policy could enable it.In particular, the report notes that “Consolidating public finances is a priority”; and that policymakers must continue to cautiously tighten monetary policy. “It is important to deploy macroprudential measures where financial vulnerabilities are building up. Making labour and product markets more flexible and implementing post-crisis financial regulatory reforms are also key to securing long-term growth.”“We must seize the day. Addressing vulnerabilities is key to keeping the growth momentum on track,” said Agustín Carstens, general manager of the BIS, in a statement. “The stronger performance gives us a window to pursue necessary reforms and recalibrate policies. Let’s not miss this opportunity.”The BIS report also warns that escalating protectionism could trigger a downturn: “Political upheavals or disappointing profits could dent investors’ appetite for risk, shaking overstretched financial markets.” Covid vaccine-sharing discussions to dominate G7 summit talks Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Keywords Economic forecasts, AppointmentsCompanies Bank for International Settlements Related news The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has tapped the head of Australia’s central bank as its new chief as well as issued its new annual report, which highlighted the need for reforms to sustain global economic growth on Monday.The announcement from the BIS, a group of global financial sector policy-makers, followed its annual meeting in Basel during the weekend. Specifically, Philip Lowe, governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, has been appointed chairman of the Committee on the Global Financial System (CGFS), which serves as a forum for the world’s major central banks to monitor and assess issues in the global financial system.
RUSSIA: Transmashholding announced on August 11 that it had agreed terms of reference with Russian Railways for the development of 160 km/h double-deck trainsets for inter-regional services on routes of up to 700 km. Production is expected to begin in 2014, with the first trains used on routes from Moscow to Tver, Yaroslavl, Vladimir, Ryazan, Tula and Kaluga.Each train will comprise between six and 12 double-deck coaches from TMH’s Tver works, top-and-tailed by single-cab 3 kV DC electric locomotives rated at 4 MW which will be built at TMH’s Novocherkassk plant. According to TMH, the height of double-deck stock means there would be no roof or under-floor space for the electrical equipment needed for an electric multiple-unit. The air-conditioned coaches will have three classes, business class featuring seat-back entertainment systems, standard class having a 2+2 seating arrangement and economy class 3+2. There will also be wheelchair facilities, a snackbar, space for bulky luggage and CCTV. TMH expects shareholder Alstom to be a strategic partner in the project.
Location:Sun Devil Country 4,173 posts 482 353 Share on other sites 450 12 Share this post 12 By BigMac12, October 15, 2011 in Sports Logo News Go To Topic Listing BigMac12 Wow. Yes they are horrible but at least they tried. Not a bad color combo but the camo doesn’t fit with the yellow numbers. Not really sure how to marry the color scheme to a theme like that but maybe white pants and a black and gold jersey? I don’t know but at least they made an effort. 0 Recommended Posts Banned 353 Share this post JTernup 0 Camouflage high school jerseys All Activity 0 Location:Cheyenne, WY Members walkerws Posted October 16, 2011 Link to post Link to post 359 12 All Activity Location:Sun Devil Country 359 Sign in to follow this 12 Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary Sports Logos Forums Home SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites 0 Posted October 15, 2011 482 Share on other sites 359 1,712 posts walkerws Link to post gueman Sports Logo News Banned Members gueman Share on other sites JTernup 353 Members Link to post 0 Location:Sun Devil Country Banned Last night, my old high school, Marcos de Niza, had a military appreciation night. (If you’re wondering why a varsity football game in Arizona is on a Thursday, the local cable channel has a game of the week on Thursday.) Sadly, the school decided to have camoflage uniforms. Ugh! Here’s a link to a photo gallery:AZCentral’s photo galleryHoneslty, they look bad. That’s all I have to say about it. lahaye7 oh, that’s not bad. I think we shall see that in the Sportsman’s Paradise (Louisiana) alot next year. Camouflage high school jerseys 0 Camouflage high school jerseys 12 Share this post Location:Mason Dixon Line BigMac12 12 Posted October 15, 2011 Link to post Sign in to follow this 12 Share on other sites Share on other sites Posted October 16, 2011 Location:Massillon, OH 0 Link to post mania 2,473 posts BigMac12 Share this post 13,501 posts Share this post 450 Buffalo, Boilermaker, GATOR! SportsLogos.Net 4,173 posts 0 0 Posted October 15, 2011 12 Share on other sites Posted October 15, 2011 I think they don’t look bad at all. What do you hate about it? The camo? or what they are supporting. I think 99% of the people on these boards and Paul Lukas just have a stick up their collective asses when it comes to this kinda thing. I am sure if the cause was something they supported like say more money for teachers it would be a great idea. To each his own I guess, but don’t be hypocritical.I support the military fully, but the camo uniforms just looks bad for me. 12 0 1,608 posts Location:Gainesville, FL 4,173 posts Followers 0 482 I think they don’t look bad at all. What do you hate about it? The camo? or what they are supporting. I think 99% of the people on these boards and Paul Lukas just have a stick up their collective asses when it comes to this kinda thing. I am sure if the cause was something they supported like say more money for teachers it would be a great idea. To each his own I guess, but don’t be hypocritical. Posted October 15, 2011 Share on other sites BigMac12 Share this post Members lahaye7 Posted October 16, 2011 BigMac12 450 10,452 posts Sports Logo News mania 0 Members Followers 0 Link to post They look more like hunter appreciation than military. What the is with that cameo?Agreed, the padres digital camo is the only camo I have ever really liked on a uniform. It looks like these kids borrowed their dads hunting shirt and taped on numbers. UckBTW, my high school’s nickname are, you guessed it, the Padres! Share this post They look more like hunter appreciation than military. What the is with that cameo?Agreed, the padres digital camo is the only camo I have ever really liked on a uniform. It looks like these kids borrowed their dads hunting shirt and taped on numbers. Uck This topic is now closed to further replies. Link to post Sports Logos Share this post Forums Home BigMac12 They look more like hunter appreciation than military. What the is with that cameo?
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It’s only October, but we have a good old fashion showdown in the Murdoch Division of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.Division-leading Nelson Leafs play host to second-place Beaver Valley Nitehawks in the first meeting of the season between the two West Kootenay combatants Tuesday at the NDCC Arena.“It’s exciting the guys are starting to believe, but this will be a good test for us,” said Leaf coach Frank Maida.Both teams enter the contest on a roll to start the KIJHL season.Nelson has won five consecutive games after losing two of its first three — the second setback coming in overtime to Kelowna.In the Beaver Valley, the Hawks, under the guidance of seasoned KIJHL veteran coach Terry Jones, have lost just once in six games and sit only three points behind the Leafs in Murdoch Division standings.“Beaver Valley is a strong, disciplined coached team,” said Maida of the upcoming clash.“Terry (Jones) has been around the league a long time and it looks like he has his team playing very well.”Snipers Ryan Edwards and Chris Derochie along with 16-year-old rookie Craig Martin lead Beaver Valley in scoring.All three players have more points this season than the top scorer on the Leafs, Matti Jmaeff.Last season Beaver Valley dominated the Leafs, winning the season [email protected]
A sluggish start cost the Dam Inn its first defeat of the season as defending champion Castlegar Vikings edged Mates 33-28 in West Kootenay Men’s Flag Football League action Sunday at Mount Sentinel Field.The loss drops the Mates to 4-1, two points in front of Nelson’s Our Glass Ogs.Castlegar, starting the season off on the wrong foot, won for the second time this season.Dam The Inn Mates started off very sluggishly in the first half allowing the Vikes to pick apart their injury-depleted secondary. Using a two-quarterback rotation Castlegar routinely hooked up with their wideouts on large yardage gains as the Mates were missing several key players on defence.Castlegar quarterback John Lloyd led the Vikes charge throwing multiple touchdowns, giving the victors a 20 -6 lead at the half. Lloyd hooked up with Brody Sakaluk, Steve Mota, Jay Trower, Jaime Simpson and Carl Perepolkin.In the second half the Mates seemed to have new life. They started running new defensive schemes; elaborate blitz packages and a zone defence that threw off the quarterbacking tandem of the Vikes. Soon enough they were forcing three and outs and had a crucial pick to get the themselves to within one possession of taking the lead. Joel Devito had a pick and two TD’s for the mates, while Jeff Hodge and Kyle Niminiken also intercepted the Vikings quarterbacks. Kelly Voykin tossed three TD passes, two to Devito and adding another to John Parker. It was however, too little too late for the Dam Inn Mates when just as the time was about to run out and the Mates getting in position to tie the game up, the Vikes got a game ending interception. The league resumes Sunday at Mount Sentinel with Nelson Our Glass playing the Dam Inn Mates in a battle top two clubs at 11 a.m. while Castlegar Vikes face the Trail Thundercats at 1 p.m.— with files from Adam Pearl
The opening round of the Celtic Challenge saw the all Galway meeting of Galway McDonagh and Galway Maroon in the sunshine in Pearse Stadium. Galway McDonagh emerged victorious and laid the platform for the win by building a 1-13 to 0-4 lead at the interval with the aid of the breeze.Conor Molloy, who finished with 0-10, shot 8 first half points with Mark Kennedy shooting the game’s first goal on 27 minutes to help build that sizeable lead. The McDonagh side were well worthy of that half time lead as they hurled with conviction in that opening period.The Galway Maroon side, to their credit, lifted their performance in the second half and a 33rd minute Niall Coen goal helped their cause. Still by the 49th minute the Galway McDonagh side still led by 1-19 to 1-7, before Conor Walsh struck for a goal. That score was quickly followed by Niall Coen’s second major and quick fire points from Adrian Gavin and Ross Albertini had the Maroon side back to 3-9 to 1-19 on 54 minutes.However, that was as close as it got and by the final whistle the Galway Maroon side were left to rue their 12 wides as Galway McDonagh emerged with the bragging rights on a final score line of 1-21 to 3-11.Galway McDonagh Squad: 1. Dara Conneely (Liam Mellows), 2. Sean Burke (Kilconieron), 3. Conor Lee (Clarinbridge), 4. Jack Hughes (Skehana), 5. Sean Joyce (Salthill Knocknacarra) 0-1, 6. Mark Gill (Castlegar), 7. Caimin Killeen (Loughrea), 8. Diarmuid O’Brien (Ballygar) 9. Dylan Shaughnessy (Loughrea), 10. TJ Brennan (Clarinbridge) 0-1, 11. Mark Kennedy (Clarinbridge) 1-3, 0-1 free, 12. Michael Glynn (Skehana), 13. Damien McGlynn (St Thomas) 0-1, 14. Conor Molly (Kilnadeema Leitrim) 0-10; 0-6 frees, 0-1 65, 15. Jack Egan (Kilnadeema Leitrim) 0-2, 16. Cillian Lawless (Athenry), 17. Neil Conneely (Portumna), 18. Isaac DeHora (Clarinbridge) 0-2, 19. Cathal Dolan (Kiltormer) 0-1, 20. Eoghan Kerin (Rahoon Newcastle).Management: Manager Damien Curley (Kiltormer), Willie Burke (Oranmore Maree), Gerry Spellman (Clarinbridge)Galway Maroon Squad: 1. Darrach Fahy (Ardrahan), 2. Sean Duffy (Killimor), 3. Ronan Flannery (Pearses), 4. Dean Callanan (Craughwell), 5. Adam Clarke (Craughwell), 6. Conor Walsh (Turloughmore) 1-4; 0-4 frees, 7. Noel Keogh (Athenry), 8. Enda Egan (Michael Cusacks) 0-1 free, 9. Paul Creaven (Killimordaly), 10. Ross Albertini (Ardrahan) 0-1, 11. John Fleming (Meelick Eyrecourt) 12. Nathan Earner (Meelick Eyrecourt), 13. Liam Quirke (Tynagh Abbey Duniry), 14. David Jordan (Tynagh Abbey Duniry) 0-1 free, 15. Niall Coen (Ballindereen) 2-2, 16. Diarmuid Mullen (Turloughmore) 0-1, 17. Evan Ryan (Tynagh Abbey Duniry), 18. Eoin Caulfield (Athenry), 19. Eoin O’Donnell (Ardrahan), 20. Jack Glynn (Turloughmore), 21. Matthew Lyons (Turloughmore), 22. Oisin Flaherty (Castlegar), 23. Adrian Gavin (Ballygar) 0-1.Management: Manager: Niall Canavan (Annaghdown), Selectors: Joe Hession (Turloughmore), Kevin Molloy (Kilnadeema Leitrim)Ref: Shane Hynes (Liam Mellows)The Panels Galway MaroonBack L-R: Kevin Molloy, Niall Canavan, Jack Glynn, Diarmuid Mullen, Niall Coen, David Jordan, Conor Walsh, Darrach Fahy, Enda Egan, Ronan Flannery, Noel Keogh, Oisin Flaherty, Eoin O’Donnell, Joe Hession.Front L-R: Matthew Lyons, Nathan Earner, Paul Creaven, Evan Ryan, Sean Duffy, Liam Quirke, Ross Albertini, Adam Clarke, Dean Callanan, Eoin Caulfield, John FlemingThanks to Tony Conneely https://www.flickr.com/photos/tonyconneely/albumsGalway McDonaghBack L-R: Willie Burke, TJ Brennan, Sean Burke, Conor Lee, Diarmuid O’Brien, Dylan Shaughnessy, Mark Gill, Jack Egan, Daragh Conneely, Sean Joyce, Jack Hughes, Eoghan Kerin, Damien CurleyFront L-R: Damien McGlynn, Conor Molloy, Micheal Glynn, Mark Kennedy, Isaac Dehora, Neil Connelly, Cillian Lawless, Caimin Killeen, Cathal DolanThanks to Tony Conneely https://www.flickr.com/photos/tonyconneely/albums Galway McDonagh 1-21 Galway Maroon 3-11 Celtic Challenge U17 Group A Meanwhile in the Connacht Centre of Excellence, Galway Tribesmen recorded an emphatic 5-23 to 0-9 win over Sligo…….Galway Tribesmen Squad: 1. Mark Connolly (Ahascragh Fohenagh) 2. Diarmuid McCartin (Craughwell) 3. Jack McCullogh (Athenry) 4. John Quinn (Salthill Knocknacarra) 5. Peter Martin (Kilconieron) 6. Jack Keville (Liam Mellows) 7. Jason Niland (St. Thomas) 8. Tom O’Connor (Moycullen) 9. Dara Coleman (Abbeyknockmoy) 10. Luke Lynskey (Killimordaly) 11. Jordan Ruffley (Rahoon Newcastle) (Capt) 12. Cillian Davoren (Moycullen) 13. Sean O’Brien (Portumna) 14. Fionn McDonagh (Moycullen) 15. James Smith (Castlegar) 16. Jake Hogan (Sylane) 17. Ronan Mitchell (Mullagh) 18. Conor Larkin (Meelick Eyrecourt) 19. Jack Tully (Ballindereen) 20. Stephen Doran (Padraig Pearses) 21. Hugh Moylan (Ballindereen) 22. Dylan Carroll (Castlegar) 23. Aaron Madden (Kilnadeema Leitrim) 24. Adrian Prendergast (Craughwell)Management: Manager: Gordon Crowley (Liam Mellows) Frank Enright(Moycullen), Denny Forde (Turloughmore). The Galway Tribesmen PanelBack L-R: Sean O’Brien, Dara Coleman, Jack McCullagh, Jack Keville, Peter Martin, James Smith, Fionn McDonagh, Mark Connolly, Stephen Doran, Adrian Prendergast, Jack Tully, John Quinn, Dylan CarrollFront L-R: Aaron Madden, Tom O’Connor, Luke Lynskey, Ronan Mitchell, Jason Niland, Diarmuid McCartin, Cillian Davoren, Conor Larkin, Hugh Moylan, Jordan Ruffleyprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
05.05.2019 (Sun) Connacht GAA Football Senior Championship – Quarter-FinalsLondain v Gaillimh (McGovern Park, Ruislip) 03.02.2019 (Sun) Allianz Hurling League – Round 2(All Games at 2pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1BCeatharlach v Gaillimh 24-25.08.2019 (Sat/Sun) Bord Gáis Energy GAA Hurling All-Ireland U20 Championship Final 22.06.2019 (Sat) GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Round 2Féile Skills Star Challenge (National Games Development Centre, Abbotstown) 15-16.06.2019 (Sat/Sun) Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Championship – Round 5Áth Cliath v Gaillimh 12.05.2019 (Sun) Connacht GAA Football Senior Championship – Quarter-FinalRos Comáin v Leitrim v (Dr Hyde Park) GAA Diary 2019 01-02.06.2019 (Sat/Sun) GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship – Preliminary Round (If Required) 02.02.2019 (Sat) Allianz Football League – Round 2(All Games at 7pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1Áth Cliath v Gaillimh Allianz Hurling League – Round 4(All Games at 2pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1BUíbh Fhailí v Gaillimh (1pm) 17.02.2019 (Sun) Allianz Hurling League Round 3(All Games at 2pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1BGaillimh v Áth Cliath 15.06.2019 (Sat) Handball and Rounders Féile (Corcaigh) 16.03.2019 (Sat) Allianz Football League – Round 6 (All Games at 2pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1Gaillimh v Ros Comáin 24.02.2019 (Sun) Allianz Football League – Round 4(All Games at 2pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1Gaillimh v Ciarraí Electric Ireland GAA Football All-Ireland Minor Championship Semi-Final Allianz Hurling League Roinn 1 – Semi-FinalsWinner Quarter-Final A v Winner Quarter-Final DWinner Quarter-Final B v Winner Quarter-Final C Important Dates19-20.01.2019 (Sat/Sun) AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship Semi-FinalsConnacht v UlsterAIB GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship Semi-FinalsConnacht v UlsterAIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship Semi-FinalsConnacht v UlsterAIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Junior Club Championship Semi-FinalsConnacht v Ulster Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Quarter-Final Round 2Winner of Round 1 v Gaillimh 10.02.2019 (Sun) AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Intermediate & Junior Club Finals (Páirc an Chrócaigh)Allianz Football League – Round 3(All Games at 2pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1Muineachán v Gaillimh 27.01.2019 (Sun) Allianz Football League – Round 1(All Games at 2pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1Gaillimh v An Cabhán (2.30pm) 26.05.2019 (Sun) Connacht GAA Football Senior Championship – Semi-FinalNua Eabhrac / Maigh Eo v Leitrim / Ros Comáin 24.03.2019 (Sun) Allianz Football League – Round 7(All Games at 2pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1Tír Eoghain v GaillimhAllianz Hurling League Roinn 1 – Final 16.02.2019 (Sat) AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Semi-FinalsConnacht v UlsterElectric Ireland Higher Education GAA Sigerson Cup Semi-Finals (Munster C.A. – Mallow Sports Complex, Corcaigh) 31.03.2019 (Sun) Allianz Football League Roinn 1 & 2 Final (Páirc an Chrócaigh) 17.03.2019 (Sun) AIB GAA All-Ireland Senior Club Football & Hurling Finals (Páirc an Chrócaigh) 03-05.08.2019 (Sat/Sun/Mon) GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final Group Stage Phase 3Group 1Connacht Runner-Up/Round 3 Winner v Ulster Provincial WinnerGroup 2Munster Runner-Up/Round 3 Winner v Connacht Provincial Winner 06-07.07.2019 (Sat/Sun)GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Round 4GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Championship Semi-FinalsConnacht v LeinsterBritain v Munster Bord Gáis GAA Hurling All-Ireland U20 Championship – Semi-FinalsLeinster Winner v Munster Runner-UpMunster Winner v Leinster Runner-Up 30.06.2019 (Sun) Munster GAA Hurling Senior Championship FinalLeinster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Final (Páirc an Chrócaigh) 25-26.05.2019 (Sat/Sun) Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Championship – Round 3AGaillimh v Loch Garman 13-14.07.2019 (Sat/Sun) GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final Group Stage Phase 1Group 1Munster Provincial Winner v Connacht Runner-Up/Round 3 WinnerGroup 2Connacht Provincial Winner v Ulster Runner-Up/Round 3 Winner GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-FinalsLeinster Runner-Up v Runner-Up Joe McDonagh Cup/3rd Placed Team Munster GroupMunster Runner-Up v Group v Winner Tier Joe McDonagh Cup/3rd Placed Team Leinster Group 01.09.2019 (Sun) GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Final (Replay 14.09.2019 – Sat)Electric Ireland GAA Football All-Ireland Minor Championship Final 20-21.07.2019 (Sat/Sun) GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final Group Stage Phase 2Group 1Munster Provincial Winner v Ulster Provincial WinnerConnacht Runner-Up/Round 3 Winner v Leinster Runner-Up/Round 3 WinnerGroup 2Leinster Provincial Winner v Connacht Provincial WinnerMunster Runner-Up/Round 3 Winner v Ulster Runner-Up/Round 3 Winner 08-09.06.2019 (Sat/Sun) Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Championship – Round 4Loch Garman v CeatharlachCill Chainnigh v Gaillimh 11.08.2019 (Sun) GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final (Replay 17.08.2019)Quarter-Final Group Winner v Quarter-Final Group Runner Up 03.08.2019 (Sat) Donnelly All-Ireland Poc Fada Finals (Annaverna Mountain, Ravensdale, Co Louth) 20.02.2019 (Wed) Electric Ireland Higher Education GAA Sigerson Cup Final 16.06.2019 (Sun) Connacht GAA Football Senior Championship Final 27.07.2019 (Sat) GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final (Replay 03-05.08.2019)Provincial Winner v Quarter-Final Winner Electric Ireland GAA Football All-Ireland Minor Championship Quarter-FinalsConnacht Winner v Leinster Runners UpLeinster Winner v Connacht Runners Up 07-09.06.2019 (Fri/Sat/Sun) Féile na nGael (Corcaigh) Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Semi-Final 10.08.2019 (Sat) GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final (Replay 17.08.2019)Quarter-Final Group Winner v Quarter-Final Group Runner Up 18.08.2019 (Sun) GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final (Replay 07.09.2019 – Sat)Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Final GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Preliminary Quarter-FinalsWinner Joe McDonagh Cup v 3rd Placed Team Leinster GroupRunner-Up Joe McDonagh Cup v 3rd Placed Team Munster Group 06.04.2019 (Sat) Masita GAA All Ireland Football Post Primary Schools Finals (Páirc an Chrócaigh) Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Semi-Final 08.09.2019 (Sun) Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship Finals 29-30.06.2019 (Fri/Sat/Sun) Féile na nÓg (Connacht) The GAA have revealed its Master Fixture plan for 2019 with the national calendar beginning on the weekend of the 19th and 20th of January with the All-Ireland Intermediate and Junior Club Hurling and Football Semi-Finals. The Allianz National league for Galway’s Footballers and Hurlers will begin on Sunday the 27th with a home double header against Laois in the Hurling at 12.30 followed by the Footballers game with Cavan at 2.30. 29.06.2019 (Sat) GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Round 3 Eirgrid GAA Football All-Ireland U20 Championship Final 27-28.07.2019 (Sat/Sun) Eirgrid GAA Football All-Ireland U20 Championship Semi-FinalsConnacht v Leinster GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Championship Final 19.05.2019 (Sun) Connacht GAA Football Senior Championship – Semi-FinalSligeach v Londain / Gaillimh (Markievicz Park) 11-12.05.2019 (Sat/Sun) Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Championship – Round 1Gaillimh v Ceatharlach 23.06.2019 (Sun) Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship FinalLeinster GAA Football Senior Championship Final (Páirc an Chrócaigh) Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Quarter-Final Round 1Leinster Runner-Up v Munster Runner-Up Electric Ireland GAA Football All-Ireland Minor Championship Semi-Final 23.02.2019 (Sat) Electric Ireland Higher Education GAA Fitzgibbon Cup Final (Waterford I.T.) 09.02.2019 (Sat) AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Semi-FinalsConnacht v UlsterAIB GAA Football All-Ireland Intermediate & Junior Club Finals (Páirc an Chrócaigh) 03.03.2019 (Sun) Allianz Hurling League – Round 5(All Games at 2.00pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1BPort Láirge v Gaillimh Allianz Hurling League – Round 1(All Games at 2pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1BGaillimh v Laois (12.30pm) 01-03.06.2019 (Sat/Sun/Mon) Comórtas Peile na Gaeltachta, Gallaras 10.03.2019 (Sun) Allianz Hurling League – Quarter-FinalsRoinn 1(A) Top Team 1A v 4th Team 1B(B) 2nd Team 1A v 3rd Team 1B(C) 3rd Team 1A v 2nd Team 1B(D) 4th Team 1A v Top Team 1B 28.07.2019 (Sun) GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final (Replay 03-05.08.2019)Provincial Winner v Quarter-Final Winner GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Relegation Play-off (If Required) Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Quarter-Final Round 3Loser of Round 1 v Gaillimh 08.06.2019 (Sat)GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship – Round 1 30.03.2019 (Sat) Masita GAA All Ireland Hurling Post Primary Schools Finals (Semple Stadium, Thurles) 02.03.2019 (Sat) Allianz Football League – Round 5(All Games at 7pm unless otherwise stated)Roinn 1Maigh Eo v Gaillimh (7.15pm) 15.09.2019 (Sun) TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Finalsprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email