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Dublin: 15 °C Monday 18 June, 2018

0-6 for Cooper as Dr Crokes lift Kerry club title, while Cushendall edge out Loughgiel in Antrim

It was a busy day of club action across the country.

Colm Cooper kicks a point from a free Source: Tom Beary/INPHO


DR CROKES DEFEATED Kenmare Shamrocks by 3-19 to 2-20 after extra-time in a cracking Kerry senior football club championship final today.

Johnny Buckley, Daithi Casey and Ambrose O’Donovan scored the goals for the reigning All-Ireland club champions, while retired Kerry legend Colm Cooper kicked six points.

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In the Rebel County, Erins Own booked a Cork SHC quarter-final against Imokilly after their 1-16 to 1-9 win over Duhallow this evening.

In Round 4 of the Cork SFC, Valley Rovers enjoyed an 0-18 to 1-14 victory over Avondhu, while UCC defeated Clyda Rovers by 1-15 to 1-11. Yesterday in the same competition, Ballincollig enjoyed a 2-20 to 1-8 win against Carrigaline, while Kiskeam lost to Nemo Rangers by 2-20 to 1-11.


Clonlara are into Clare SHC semi-finals after their 1-18 to 1-9 win over Tulla this evening.

The East-Clare outfit join Newmarket-on-Fergus, Clooney/Quin and Sixmilebridge in the last four of the competition. The draw will be made on Monday evening.


In the Tyrone SFC first round, Connor McAliskey and Declan McClure featured for Clonoe in their 1-10 to 0-12 victory over a Dromore side containing Cathal McCarron, Niall Sludden and Ronan McNabb.


Finally, Neil McManus’s Ruairí Óg Cushendall sealed their place in the Antrim SHC final after a tight and tense 0-13 to 0-12 semi-final victory over Loughgiel Shamrocks today.

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