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From the bunker

Ballinrobe Golf Club

Competition for club prizes heats up

Balla

Boran’s golden touch earns intermediate glory

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Erin’s Own (Castlecomer) 2-10 Danesfort 1-10

Fogarty inspires Comer to minor glory

A truly great county minor final saw Erin’s Own (Castlecomer) inspired by the exceptional Conor Fogarty, complete the intermediate/minor double as they defeated Dicksboro in an absorbing contest.

Shamrocks’ treble

The Tom Walsh Cup made the familiar journey back to Ballyhale on Sunday evening after the Shamrocks had withstood a massive second half effort from James Stephens to land their third successive Kilkenny county title. The club may only have been formed in 1972 but Sunday’s victory lifts them to joint second with Bennettsbridge and Mooncoin in the roll of honours list. They will have to add eight more to catch up on the mighty Tullaroan club, mind you, they have had a head start on the Shamrocks’ club considering that they won their first title back in 1887. 

It was a blue day for the Naomh Brid men... as ‘Comer march on to next round

Sunday’s Leinster clash between neighbouring teams Carlow’s Naomh Brid and Kilkenny’s Erin’s Own provided an exciting spectacle for all in Nowlan Park. The game looked to be in Naomh Brid’s grasp, however, with late vital scores and conceding frees it wasn’t to be their day.

It was a blue day for the Naomh Brid men... as ‘Comer march on to next round

Sunday’s Leinster clash between neighbouring teams Carlow’s Naomh Brid and Kilkenny’s Erin’s Own provided an exciting spectacle for all in Nowlan Park. The game looked to be in Naomh Brid’s grasp, however, with late vital scores and conceding frees it wasn’t to be their day.

Fogarty leads tough-battling ‘Comer over finishing line

Erin’s Own (Castlecomer) 0-14

Kilmessan hold firm as ‘Comer men rue missed opportunity

A tensely contested Leinster intermediate final saw Kilmessan overcome Erin’s Own (Castlecomer) in a hard fought final in Nowlan Park last Saturday.

Kilmessan hold firm as ‘Comer men rue missed opportunity

Kilmessan (Meath) 1-7

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