Kiltormer

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Kiltormer is a village about 8 miles from Ballinasloe and situated in county Galway. It has a population of around 600 people. Kiltormer is best known for winning the All-Ireland Hurling Championship title in 1992. They beat Birr in the final. The semi-final against Cashel King Cormacs from Tipperary was a three match epic. Interestingly the final was not played on S.Patrick's Day due to the two drawn semifinals. Kiltormer were captained by Aidan Staunton, and managed by John Goode.[1]{

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Coordinates: 53°14′N 8°16′W / 53.233°N 8.267°W / 53.233; -8.267

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