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Ballybricken-Bohermore stroll to semi-final

County13-a-side U2l Hurling Championship group 2 round 4

Ballybricken- Bohermore 3-20 Granagh-Ballingarry 1-9

A far more complete and better balanced Ballybricken-Bohermore recorded their fourth successive victory in the County U21 13-a-side Hurling Championship with an irnpressive victory over gallant Granagh-Ballingarry in ideal conditions at Caherelly on Sunday to finish top of the group on four points and qualify for the semi-final with the winners of the back match Cois Laoi Gaels and Granagh-Ballingarry provisionally fixed for this Sunday, 20th March, in Ballingarry at 11 am to take the second semi-final spot.

The Ballybricken-Bohermore club had their pitch in top condition for . this game despite the bad weather of tfie previous days with Kieran Flaherty of Monaleen in charge. Ballybricken-Bohermore were sharper, more direct, showed better touches up front and were too strong for their under-strength opponents; they laid a foundation for victory in the first half, going in at the break leading 1-5 to 0-1.

In the second half with the wind at their backs the visitors fared better, striking 1-8 against 2-5 for the home side, and at the final whistle Ballybricken-Bohermore were comfortable winners to finish top of the group on 8 points With the wmners of the back match between Cois Laoi Gaels and Granagh-Ballingarry to finish second on 6 points and take the second semi-final spot. Ballybricken-Bohermore scored 3-12 from play and 0-8 from frees; Granagh-Ballingarry scored 1-6 from play and 0-3 from frees.


Colm Noonan, Stephen Hickey, Mark Shelton, Kevin Mulcahy, Jack Cagney 0-1 Patrick SheHon, Eoin Casey 0-1, Aaron Smith 0-1, Brendan Lynch 1-2, Cormac Snow, Brian Noonan, Richie O'Keeffe 0-3, Mark O'Kelly. Sub used: Jack Hartnett. The Ballybricken-Bohermore scorers were Conor McCarthy 0-12, Sean Teefy 1-5-, Daniel Maguire 1-2, Gearoid Mitchell 0-1, Eoin Kloss 1-0.

Referee: Kieran Flaherty, Monaleen.


West Junior B Football League group

Monday 28th March round 1, Ballysteen v Granagh-Ballingarry in Ballysteen at 3pm

Thursday 7th April round 2,

Granagh-Ballingarry v Rathkeale in Ballingarry at 7pm

Thursday 14th April round 3, Cappagh v Granagh-Ballingarry in Cappagh at 7pm

Thursday 21st April round 4, Granagh-Ballingarry v Knockaderry in Ballingarry at 7.l5pm

Tuesday 26th April semi-finals

Thursday 19th May final Top two teams from the groups qualify for the semi-finals.

If teams finish level on points scoring difference will apply.

Club diary

Wednesday 16th March Special general meeting of Granagh-Ballingarry G.A.A. club in the Ballingarry clubhouse at 8.15pm

Munster U21 Football.

Championship semi-final Kerry v Limerick, Austin Stacks Park Tralee 7.30pm, Waterford v Cork, Fraher field, Dungarvan, 7.30pm

Thursday 17th March AJIIreland senior club hurling championship final, Na Piarsaigh Iimerick v Cushendall Antrim, Croke Park 2pm

All-Ireland senior club football championship' final Castlebar Mitchels

v Ballyboden St. Enda's , Croke Park 4pm

Sunday 20th March county 13-a-side U21 hurling championship round 3, provisional, GranaghBallingarry v Cois Laoi Gaels in Ballingarry at 11am

National Hurling League Dlv 1B round 5, Clare v Limerick, Cusack Park

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