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Ballyragget and Gleanealy book showdown in Leinster intermediate hurling final
In the Leinster club JFC final, Westmeath’s Multyfarnham enjoyed a seven-point win over Erin Rovers of Offaly.

Leinster club IHC semi-finals

ST PATRICK’S BALLYRAGGET booked their place in the Leinster club IHC final with a 2-20 to 2-10 win over Meath’s Kiltale this afternoon.

Goals inside the opening 11 minutes from Conor Delaney and Seoirse Kenny handed the Kilkenny champions a 2-11 to 0-2 lead early on.

They led by 10 points at the break and continued in the same vein of form after the beak with county panelist Kevin Kelly proving deadly in front of the posts with 0-12.

Kiltale made a fist of things in the second-half and found the net twice, but Ballyragget maintained their 10-point advantage by the finish.

They’ll meet Wicklow side Gleanealy who upset St Anne’s of Wexford with a 1-14 to 2-8 win to book their first ever Leinster final.

The teams were deadlocked at 1-7 to 2-4 at the interval after an entertaining opening 30 minutes, but Gleanealy outscored their opponents by 0-7 to 0-4 in the second period to seal a place in the decider.

Leinster club IFC semi-final

Ballyboughal enjoyed a narrow 3-8 to 0-15 win over Curraha to book their place in the intermediate football provincial final today.

Ballyboughal, who are based in North Dublin’s Fingal, led by two points at half-time but hit the net twice after the restart to get them over the line.

Leinster club JFC final

Multyfarnham lifted the Leinster junior title against a wasteful Erin Rovers outfit at TEG Cusack Park in Mullingar.

It took Erin Rovers 27 minutes to get their first score – through Tom Spain – and they went into half-time trailing by 1-3 to 0-2 after hitting 11 first-half wides.

Max Brady raised a green flag for the Westmeath champions shortly after the turnaround and despite a late Erin Rovers rally, Multyfarnham ran out 2-6 to 0-5 victors.

Munster club intermediate camogie final

Waterford’s Lismore secured their fifth Munster title with a 1-10 to 0-8 win over Newcestown in Castle Road, Cork.

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Caithriona McGlone’s seventh goal in four championship games left Lismore 1-6 to 0-4 ahead of the Cork side at half-time.

Aoife Hannon converted seven frees for the winners as they maintained daylight between the teams during the second-half.

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