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Here’s the round-up of today’s key GAA club action

We’ll have results from up and down the country as the club championships heat up.

Despite the All-Ireland hurling final, there was still some GAA Club Championship action around the country today.
Despite the All-Ireland hurling final, there was still some GAA Club Championship action around the country today.
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Kerry SFC quarter final

DAITHI CASEY SCORED 1-3 and Colm Cooper added four points as Dr. Crokes ran out comfortable winners over Rathmore in Fitzgerald Stadium this afternoon.

Rathmore had taken a two point lead in the scrappy opening stages of a game that saw the referee issue three yellow cards in the opening seven minutes.

However, Casey found the net on 10 minutes and, after that, Crokes never looked back in their quest for four-Kerry-titles-in-a-row and they held a 1-6 to 0-5 lead at half time.

A goal from Alan O’Sullivan early in the second half effectively killed the game as a contest and, in the end, the reigning Munster champions won by 16 points, 3-16 to 0-9 with the third goal coming from Ambrose O’Donovan.

Antrim SFC final

St Galls may have won their 13th Antrim title in 14 years but Cargin made them fight all the way in a close game in Ahoghill this afternoon.

The 2010 All-Ireland club champions survived a late sending off to win by a soliatary point, 0-12 to 0-11 and claim their seventh county championship in a row.

Monaghan SFC semi finals

Reigning Monaghan champions Ballybay won’t get a chance to defend their title after a Shane Carey inspired Scotstown ran out seven point winners, 3-13 to 2-9, in the first senior semi final of the day in Clones.

However, they’ll have to wait to find out their opponents after Clonibret and Monaghan Harps played out a 1-11 to 1-11 draw in the late throw-in in Clones.

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