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The county senior hurling final which is fixed for October 13 is set to be one of the most eagerly awaited in years thanks in no small part to St Oliver Plunkett’s shock win over hot favourites Clonkill last weekend.
Delvin, Oliver Plunkett’s, and Castletowngeoghegan were the big winners in the three important hurling games last weekend. Delvin edged out Crookedwood by the narrowest of margins, 2-8 to 1-10 to retain their senior status for 2014 and in doing so consigned The Wood to intermediate hurling for next year.
Raharney and Clonkill booked their place in this year’s decider thanks to wins over Oliver Plunkett’s and Castletown respectively last weekend. In the first of the semis Raharney were never really troubled by a disappointing Plunkett’s showing.
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Reigning champions Clonkill will be under no illusions about the serious challenge Raharney pose to their crown when the sides meet in this year’s decider. This is the second time in three years that the two clubs have met in the final and it was the men from Raharney who emerged on top two years ago.