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Carrickshock relegated in Kilkenny, while Kilmurry-Ibrickane dethroned in Clare

Meanwhile Inniscarra completed the Cork camogie three-in-a-row.

ENNISTYMON ARE INTO the first Clare SFC final in their history after a stunning one-point win over three-in-a-row chasing Kilmurry-Ibrickane.

Darren Hickey File photo of Kilmurry-Ibrickane's Darren Hickey Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Ennistymon advanced on a scoreline of 2-6 to 0-11 and they’ll meet the winners of tomorrow’s clash between Cratloe and St Joseph’s in the decider. 

They led by a single point at the interval after Joe Dowling’s 28th-minute goal.

Ennistymon moved five in front shortly after half-time with a goal from Seán McConigley, but failed to score for the final 20 minutes of the game as Kilmurry-Ibrickane rallied late on.

Castlerahan and Crosserlough will meet in the Cavan SFC final after they won their semi-final replays today. Castlerahan edged Lavey by 1-19 to 1-16, while Crosserlough defeated Gowna by 0-11 to 1-6.

In the Cork camogie final, Inniscarra lifted their third title in succession after beating Courcey Rovers by 1-13 to 0-5.

DpZ0pECXUAc4Z9p Inniscarra captain Treasa McCarthy with the cup Source: Cork camogie Twitter

With Rena Buckley anchoring the defence from centre-back, Inniscarra led by 0-7 to 0-2 at the interval.

Substitute Claudia Keane scored a fortunate goal from long-range in the 60th minute to round off the win.

In the Kilkenny SHC, Erin’s Own advanced to the semi-finals after a 1-15 to 1-13 replay win over James Stephens. David Walton posted 1-7 for the Village but was unable to prevent them from losing. 


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Erin’s Own will take on Ballyhale Shamrocks in the semi-final at Nowlan Park next Sunday. In the SHC relegation final, Carrickshock went down after losing to Danesfort by 2-9 to 0-19.

Celbridge are champions of Kildare hurling after their 2-16 to 1-15 win over Ardclough in today’s final. Lilywhites footballer Fergal Conway and Tom Fitzgerald hit the net for Celbridge in either half.

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