An overview of the  weekend’s club Hurling action

On Sunday,  three teams guaranteed their spots in the Leinster Senior Club Championship. After defeating Kilcormac-Killoughey 0-26 to 2-13, Shinrone became the first team in their history to win the Offaly senior hurling championship


On Sunday, Clough-Ballacolla also won the county championship after defeating Camross in the Laois championship game



Castletown-Geoghegan defeated Clonkill 0-22 to 1-14 to win the Westmeath championship. Shinrone raises the Sean Robbins Cup in celebration,  After defeating Dicksboro 2-18 to 1-18, James Stephens advanced to the Kilkenny SHC final for the first time since 2019

Ballyhale Shamrocks defeated Clara in the quarterfinal advancing them to face Tullaroan in the semifinals. Afterwards, Dunloy and Cushendall will compete in the Antrim decision

On Sunday,  Clough-Ballacolla also won a county championship after defeating Camross in the Laois championship game.

In Westmeath,  Castletown-Geoghegan won by defeating Clonkill 0-22to 1-14


After defeating Dicksboro 2-18 to 1-18,  James Stephens advanced to the Kilkenny SHC final for the  irst time since 2019. 
Ballyhale Shamrocks defeated Clara in the postponed quarterfinal, advancing them to face Tullaroan in the semifinals.

Following victories over Naomh Eoin and Loughgiel Shamrocks in their respective semifinal matches, Dunloy and Cushendall will play in the Antrim decider


This past weekend saw the conclusion of the Galway SHC group stages,  with
St. Thomas, Sarsfields, Loughrea,  and Tommy Larkins securing spots in the quarterfinals by default


In Wicklow,  Bray Emmets won the Garden County championship with an eight-point victory over Glenealy, making it four in a row for him.

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