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St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Hurling Championship

First round

GAA Briefs

Rice a doubt for Carrickshock 

Heartache in Croke Park for Dicksboro in one point thriller

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With two minutes of injury time played and Dicksboro two points up, it turned into sheer heartache when a free from 50 yards out for Ballymartle dropped into the corner of the ’Boro net to give the Cork side the AIB All-Ireland Intermediate Club title by a one-point margin.

Dicksboro are bidding for their two in a row in Intermediate fina

Croke Park will be the centre of attraction for junior and intermediate players this weekend when the AIB GAA All-Ireland club hurling and football finals take centre-stage on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. The junior and intermediate football finals take place on Saturday night with their hurling equivalents on the Sunday agenda.

Boro return to the senior grade after thrilling final

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On Sunday Dicksboro defeated Mullinavat to take the Intermediate title winning by a single point 2-12 to 2-11.

Kilkenny’s late surge leaves minors heartbroken

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Kilkenny 3-6

Kittens into All-Ireland Minor decider

Kilkenny manager Richie Mulrooney felt that his side had come through one of their toughest games under his reign as the ‘kittens’ qualified for their second ESB All-Ireland MHC Final in succession, following this two-point win at Croke Park last Sunday.

Minor team picked for Sunday’s clash

John Power (Carrickshock)

Master Shef steers Cats to semi-final victory

Kilkenny's fine victory over Waterford in last Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final means this current panel are now just 70 odd minutes away from achieving an incredible four-in-a-row. Kerry footballers have achieved this unbelievable feat on two occasions. The men of Wexford have also managed it with the big ball, but only the hurlers of Cork in the 40s can boast about doing it with the small ball.

Master Shef steers Cats to semi-final victory

Kilkenny's fine victory over Waterford in last Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final means this current panel are now just 70 odd minutes away from achieving an incredible four-in-a-row. Kerry footballers have achieved this unbelievable feat on two occasions. The men of Wexford have also managed it with the big ball, but only the hurlers of Cork in the 40s can boast about doing it with the small ball.

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