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Sharper Cratloe secure clash with Kilmaley

Cratloe 0-18  Broadford 0-8 Fortunate to have earned a second chance two weeks earlier, Cratloe made no mistake in the replay of their senior hurling championship quarter-final clash with Broadford on Saturday at Cusack Park.

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Long wait over as Corofin secure junior championship

Corofin 3-11  Inagh-Kilnamona 1-13 TWO goals in the early minutes of the second half proved decisive as Corofin bridged a 29-year gap in capturing the junior A hurling championship title.

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St Joseph’s keep senior status

St Joseph’s 1-11  Ballyvaughan 1-6 A STRONG second-half performance secured senior football status for St Joseph’s, Doora-Barefield when they accounted for Ballyvaughan at Ennistymon on Sunday.

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Lissycasey minors make history

Lissycasey 0-11  Ennistymon 1-7 Having waited since the club’s foundation in 1964 to win their first ever minor A football title, 25 minutes might seem like an inconsequential time span.

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Parteen crowned U-15 champions

Parteen 3-9  Scariff-Ogonnellloe History was made as Clare Bord na nÓg hosted its first underage championship final under floodlights at O’Garney Park in Sixmilebridge last week.

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Last-minute goal gifts another title to Kilmaley

Kilmaley 2-8  Newmarket 1-9 An injury-time goal gave Kilmaley the silverware in this highly entertaining match played in Clarecastle on Sunday.

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Olympic clinch league cup

Shannon Olympic B captured the second division league cup title at the County grounds on Sunday when they overcame the challenge of Rhine Rovers.

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Senan’s grab last-minute victory

St Senan’s, Shannon 12  Clonmel 11 St Senan’s, Shannon got their Munster Junior League campaign off to a great start with a victory over Clonmel at Slattery Park on Sunday.

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