The way is clear for the semi-finals of the junior A hurling league (division 4) and both games will be played next Sunday (July 3).
Broadford have finished on top of the league table after the completed their programme of games with victory over St. Josephs, Doora-Barefield. Ballyea finished in second place thanks to a comfortable win over Tubber this Saturday evening. Despite going down to O’Callaghans Mills, Meelick remain in third spot with the Mills filling the final play off position. In next week’s semi-finals Broadford will play O’Callaghans Mills while Ballyea will face Meelick.
Meanwhile, in the junior B hurling league (division 5), Newmarket and Wolfe Tones 1 have qualified from division 5 A, Parteen are through from division 5 B while the qualifier from division 5 C will be confirmed after Wolfe Tones 2 play Broadford on Tuesday. Wolfe Tones must win to stay in the race and then it will come down to score difference between themselves and Sixmilebridge
In division 4 football Killimer have secured promotion and a place in the final where they will play Naomh Eoin next Sunday following a comfortable 3-14 to 1-7 victory over Kilmurry-Ibrickane this Saturday afternoon. Naomh Eoin from Cross-Kilbaha, topped the group with maximum points and the final will take place in Kilkee. Both finalists will p lay in division 3 next season
By Seamus Hayes