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2001 All-Ireland club champions Crossmolina relegated from Mayo senior ranks

Former Mayo forward Mickey Conroy hit the winner for Davitts in stoppage-time.

Image: Lorraine O'Sullivan/INPHO

FORMER ALL-IRELAND club football champions Crossmolina are heading to Mayo intermediate ranks after losing today’s relegation final to Davitts by 0-17 to 1-13.

Crossmolina won the All-Ireland in 2001 and also reached the final in 2003. The three-time Connacht winners delivered five Mayo titles between 1999 and 2006, but now drop out of senior ranks.

A Stephen Duffy goal left them with a 1-8 to 0-6 half-time lead, but Davitts rallied in the second period.

With the teams deadlocked in stoppage-time, former Mayo forward Mickey Conroy arrived off the bench to fist the winner for hus club to retain their senior status for next season.

Elsewhere in club football action today, Athy booked their place in the Kildare SFC final with a 0-17 to 1-13 win over Celbridge. They’ll play the winners of tomorrow’s clash between Naas and Moorefield.

In the Galway SFC quarter-finals, Annaghdown defeated St James by 2-16 to 2-8, while Mountbellew-Moylough beat Moycullen after extra-time on a scoreline of 1-13 to 1-12.

Tourlestrane will meet Tubbercurry in the Sligo SFC final after both clubs won their respective semi-finals today. Tourlestrane were comfortable 3-12 to 1-9 winners over Coolera/Strandhill while Tubbercurry beat Coolaney/Mullinabreena by 2-10 to 2-8.

The Cavan SFC semi-final between Crosserlough and Gowna will be replayed after their 0-11 to 1-8 draw. 

Ballylanders will take on Adare in the Limerick SFC final after their 2-7 to 1-8 win over Newcastlewest in today’s last four clash.

The Cork senior ladies football final will go to a replay after Mourneabbey and West Cork drew 1-10 to 1-10. Mourneabbey are chasing their fifth title in succession.

On the hurling front today, the Kilkenny SHC quarter-final between James Stephens and Erin’s Own will head to a replay after their 0-14 apiece draw.  

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