Monday, October 10, 2022: Club championship wrap-up


Northern Switchgear Antrim Senior Football Championship Final

Clann na hÉireann Carraigin 1-18 St. Mary’s Aghagallon 3-9
Antrim Senior Football Championship Final
Clann na hÉireann Carraigin 1-18 St. Mary’s Aghagallon 3-9


The Armagh SFC Final will be contested by Crossmaglen Rangers and Granemore.

Crossmaglen defeated Maghery 3-15 to 1-6 at the Athletic Grounds thanks to a brilliant performance from Stephen Kernans Team
Crossmaglen’s goals came from Ronan Fitzpatrick and Cian McConville, with Jamie Clarke and Rian O’Neill also contributing.

Granemore has had a fantastic season, defeating Killeavy 2-9 to 0-8, securing their first ever appearance in an Armagh senior decider.

Granemore finished strongly against Killeavy, with goals from Tony McClelland and Odhran Doyle in the closing stages.

Semi-Finals of the Armagh Senior Football Championship
3-15 Crossmaglen Rangers – Maghery Sean MacDiarmada1-6
2-9 Granemore – Killeavy St Monnina 0-8
Replay of the Armagh Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final

Dhearg Céide Lámh. 1-16 to 0-8 Cuchulainn Hurling Club


Éire Ógadvanced to their first Clare SSHC in over 20 years ith a thrilling 2-23 to 2-17 extra-time victory over Sixmilebridge at Cusack Park. David Reidy was a key figure late on for Éire Óg
Éire Óg will face Ballyea in the final.
Mossy Gavin led Ballyea to a 0-24 to 1-17 win over Cratloe. Gavin scored six points off the bench for Ballyea, while Tony Kelly, Niall Deasy, and Pearse Lillis also contributed.
Semi-Finals of the Clare Senior Hurling Championship 0-24 Ballyea to 1-17 Cratloe

2-23 Éire Óg Ennis 2-17 Sixmilebridge AET


Fr O’Neill’s, who had been defeated in the previous two Cork SAHC finals, delivered in style against Courcey Rovers on Sunday at Páirc U Chaoimh.

Fr O’Neills came back from a five-point deficit at halftime to win 0-20 to 2-12.

Courceys’ goals came from Ronan Nyhan and Stephen Nyhan, but the Millericks and Declan Dalton were crucial for Fr O’Neills after the break.

Co-Op Supermarkets Final of the Cork Senior Hurling Championship

Courcey Rovers 2-12 Fr.O’Neills 0-20

Co-Op Superstores Cork Intermediate Hurling Championship Final

Dungourney 1-16 Cloughduv 0-13


Glen defeated Newbridge by a score of 2-12 to 0-4 thanks to goals from Danny Tallon and Alex Doherty. Glen’s Conor Glass was extremely effective, while attacker Conleth McGuckian scored four points.

Slaughtneil defeated Lavey in the Derry SFC semi-final on Sunday, setting up a meeting with Glen. Lavey led 2-2 to 0-7 at halftime thanks to goals from Eamon McGill and Niall Toner. In the second half ChristopherBradley and substitute Shea Cassidy scored crucial Slaughtneil goals.

Semi-Finals of the O’Neill’s Derry Senior Football Championship

Glen 2-12 – GAC Sean O’Leary Newbridge 0-4

Slaughtneil 2-12 – Lavey 2-4


Final of the Morgan Senior Hurling Championship

Ballycran 0-13 StPatrick’s GAC Portaferry 1-12



The Dublin SHC Final will feature a meeting between Na Fianna and Kilmacud Crokes.

Diarmuid Clerkin and Jonathan Treacy’s first-period goals were crucial as Na Fianna led 2-12 to 0-8 at the break.

Kilmacud Crokes were too strong for Ballyboden St Enda’s, winning by a score of 1-21 to 0-15.

Crokes’ Alex Considine scored a goal, while Oisn O’Rourke, Darcell Purcell, Fergal Whitely, and Fionn Ceallaigh posed a threat throughout.

Proceed to the Dublin Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Finals.

Ballyboden St Enda’s 0-15 Kilmacud Crokes 1-21

Cuala 0-17 2-18 Na Fianna



Derrygonnelly Harps were shocked by Enniskillen Gaels’ gritty display as they won 1-15 to 2-11. Derrygonnelly scored through Shane McGullion and Eamon McHugh, but Enniskillen held firm. The tenacious winners were led by Callum Jones’ five points from free throws and a pivotal goal from John Horan.

Belleek defeated Kinawley 1-7 to 1-6 to retain their Fermanagh League championship from earlier in the season. For Belleek, Shane Rooney scored a penalty goal late in the game.

Semifinals of the Mannok Fermanagh Senior Football Championship

Derrygonnelly Harps 2-11 Enniskillen Gaels 1-15

1–7 Erne Gaels Belleek 1-6 Kinawley



In two weeks, Mountbellew-Moylough and Maigh Cuilinn will face off in a captivating Galway SFC semifinal.

In the final four, Salthill-Knocknacarra, led by John O’Mahony, will also play Annaghdown, who has Damien Comer in command.

Barry McHugh scored 0-10 as Mountbellew-Moylough defeated Corofin, 0-15 to 1-11, to escape a difficult test. For Corofin, Martin Farragher scored a great goal, but Mountbellew-Moylough performed well enough to advance.

Recurring in the role of Peter Cooke, Maigh Cuilinn defeated Claregalway 1-12 to 1-11.

Despite Rob Finnerty’s injury, Salthill-Knocknacarra defeated Tuam Stars by the score of 1-11 to 2-7.

At Pearse Stadium, Damien Comer’s goal helped Annaghdown defeat St. Michael’s 1-8 to 0-9.

Quarterfinals of the Bon Secours Hospital Galway Senior Football Championship

1-11 for Salthill-Kncknacarra 2-7 Tuam Stars

Corofin 1-11 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-15


St. Michael’s 0-9 Annaghdown 1-8


1–12 Maigh Cuilinn 1-11 Claregalway


Playoff for Relegation in the Bon Secours Hospital Galway Senior Football Championship


2–6 Caherlistrane 0-8 Monivea-Abbey


St. James is behind 0-12 on An Spidéal.




Feale Rangers defeated Austin Stacks, the reigning Kerry champions, 1-11 to 0-11 in the extra period.


Feale Rangers, with Martin Stack playing well, advanced to the semi-final round thanks to a goal from Darragh Lynch.


With points from Darren Houlihan, Eanna O’Connor, and Fiachra Clifford, Mid Kerry defeated Templenoe 0-13 to 0-11.


In the final minute, David Clifford scored seven points to help East Kerry defeat Kenmare Shamrocks 0-13 to 1-7.

In the final minute, David Clifford scored seven points to help East Kerry defeat Kenmare Shamrocks 0-13 to 1-7.

East Kerry, who will now play Dingle in the semifinals, had a strong performance from Dara Roche.


Under the Austin Stack Park lights on Saturday night, Dingle defeated Dr. Crokes by a score of 1-18 to 0-11 thanks in large part to Paul Geaney.


For Dingle, Mark O’Connor also made a significant contribution.


Quarterfinals of the Garvey’s SuperValu Kerry County Senior Football Championship


1–12 Feale Rangers 0–12 for Austin Stacks


Dining 1–18 Dr Crokes is 0-11.


0-13 Mid Kerry 0-11 for Templenoe


0-13 East Kerry 1–7 Kenmare Shamrocks




Final of the Dermot Bourke Cup presented by Joe Mallon Motors in Kildare senior football


Naas 1-12 Clane 0-6



At UPMC Nowlan Park, Colin Fennelly’s goal in the second half helped Ballyhale Shamrocks defeat Tullaroan by a score of 1-24 to 1-20.


Ballyhale Shamrocks once again displayed their superiority on Saturday, as TJ Reid, Fennelly, and Eoin Cody all contributed significant scores. While Fennelly had 1-3 and Cody had 0-3 to contribute to the winners, Reid finished with 0-11, including three from play. Although Mossy Keoghan and Shane Walsh did well for Tullaroan, Ballyhale will now compete against James Stephens in the championship.


Semifinal round of the St. Canice’s Credit Union Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship

Shamrocks 1–24 Ballyhale 1-20 Tullaroan




Final of the Senior Football Championship at Laois Shopping Center


2-13 Portarlington O’Dempseys 0-8


Laois Shopping Centre Junior Football Championship Final


Portlaoise 1-11 Barrowhouse 0-8



South Liberties unexpectedly defeated Patrickswell 1-13 to 0-14 thanks to a goal from Brian Ryan.


Tom Ryan’s last-ditch point served as South Liberties’ insurance point.


At halftime, Patrickswell had an 0-8 to 0-5 lead, but South Liberties made an incredible comeback.


Doon, who have advanced significantly over the last ten years, triumphed over Kildimo-Pallaskenry 1-20 to 0-19.


The game-changing goal, scored by Dean Coleman in the 38th minute, helped them move seven points ahead.


Shaun Barry accurately responded for Kildimo-Pallaskenry, but Doon advanced to the final four.


Quarterfinals of the Bons Secours Hospital Limerick County Senior Hurling Championship


Kildimo Pallaskenry 0-19 Doon 1-20


1–13 South Liberties 0-14 for Patrickswell



Final of the Peter Hanley Motors Longford Senior Football Championship Final


1–7 Colmcille  to Mullinalaghta St. Columba’s  0-8


Final of the Peter Hanley Motors Intermediate Football Championship in Longford


Fr Manning Gaels 1-9  Ballymahon 3-4




Final of the Louth Senior Football Championship, hosted by Anchor


1–12 Ardee St. Marys 1–12 Newtown Blues




Final of the TJ Tyrrell Cup for senior hurling in Mayo


1–14 Tooreen 2-5 Ballyhanunis


Mayo Junior A Hurling Championship Tom Earley Cup Final


Toreen “B” 0-10 Westport 2-7




Final of the Trim Meath Senior Hurling Championship, Ted Murtagh Clothing & Footwear


Trim 1-13 Ration 1–10




Relegation from the Greenfield Foods Monaghan Senior Football Championship


2-15 Carrickmacross Faughs, Castleblayney 0–10.


1–14 Aughnamullen 1–10 Donaghmoyne



The Roscommon SFC Final will feature Strokestown and Boyle.


Roscommon Gaels were defeated by Strokestown by a score of 2-8 to 0-11 thanks to goals from Colm Neary and Paddy Brogan. Gaels had defeated Padraig Pearses in the previous round, but Strokestown was ready for a fight.

Boyle beat St. Brigid’s 1-12 to 0-12 after a rocky start.  Brigid’s started off strong, scoring five straight points, but a goal from a penalty by Donie Smith gave Boyle some momentum. Boyle was behind 0-9 to 1-3 at the half, but Smith and Cian McKeon had a big impact on the game’s outcome as they came in strong towards the end.


Roscommon Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals, Hodson Bay Hotel Group

2-8 Strokestown 0-11 Roscommon Gaels

St. Brigid’s 0-12 Boyle 1-12



In the Sligo SHC Final, Naomh Eoin and Easkey will face each other.


Naomh Eoin qualified for the decider with a victory over Coolera Strandhill by a score of 2-23 to 2-10.


Semifinal of the Sligo Senior Hurling Championship

2-23 Eoin Naomh –  Strandhill 2-10 Coolera


Final of the Connacht Gold Sligo Junior A Championship

St. Molaise Gaels 1-10, Shamrock Gaels 2-13

Final of the Connacht Gold Intermediate Championship in Sligo

Easkey 0-9 St. Molaise Gaels 2-18



Following an intriguing Sunday of competition at FBD Semple Stadium, Kiladangan and Kilruane MacDonaghs proceeded to the Tipperary SHC decider.


At the end, Dan O’Meara’s late goal gave Kiladangan a 1-21 to 1-17 victory over Drom-Inch in Thurles.


Kiladangan led 0-14 to 0-10 at the interval, but a Séamus Callanan goal in the third period gave Drom-Inch a significant lift.


However, Kiladangan managed to hold on and win, earning a spot in the final alongside their neighbours Kilruane MacDonaghs.


Kilruane defeated Upperchurch-Drombane 2-17 to 1-14 thanks to 1-4 from Jerome Cahill.


Cian D’Arcy was given a chance by Cahill, and he took it to put Kilruane ahead 2-9 to 1-7 at the break.


Upperchurch scored in the opening period thanks to a goal from TJ Butler, but after the break Kilruane wasn’t significantly troubled.

Insurance FBD Semifinals of the Tipperary County Senior Hurling Championship

2-17 Kilruane MacDonaghs 1–14 Upperchurch–Drombane

Drom-Inch 1-17 Kildanagan 1-21

FBD Insurance Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Relegation Final

2-21 for Templederry Kenyons Irish 0-19 Annacarty/Donohill




The Canavans played a key role in Errigal Ciaran’s victory over Dungannon, 1-16 to 1-11.


For Errigal, Darragh Canavan scored six points, including three from the field, and Ruairi Canavan chipped in with 1-3.


Although Errigal went to the final four, Dungannon’s Paul Donaghy and Patrick Quinn were successful.


Niall Sludden’s two points helped Dromore defeat Omagh by a score of 0-6 to 0-5 in a closely contested match.

In Dromore’s close victory, Emmet and Ronan McNabb each scored a goal, while Peter Teague added two free throws.

Goal by Danny McNulty made sure Donaghmore was defeated by Clonoe 0-10 to 1-9. Despite Donaghmore’s Conor Cush being in excellent form, Clonoe won thanks to Conor McAliskey and Ryan Morrow.


Carrickmore defeated Loughmacrory 0-10 to 0-9 after surviving a challenging assignment.


Carrickmore advanced to the semifinal round thanks to three points from Martin Penrose and a last-ditch 45 from Jack McCallan.


Quarterfinals of the LLC Tyrone Senior Football Championship


1–9 in Clonoe O’Rahilly’s CLG 0 to 10 Domhnach Mór Naoimh Pádraig


Loughmacrory St. Teresa’s 0-9 – An Droim Mór 0-6 Omagh 0-5

Errigal Ciaran 1-16 Dungannon Thomas Clarke GAA 1-11



Stradbally was defeated by Brickey Rangers 1-9 to 1-8 on the strength of Tom O’Connell’s 1-5.


In the quarterfinal round, Brickey will now play The Nire.


At that point, Rathgormack vs. Portlaw and Gaultier vs. Clashmore/Kinsalebeg are two additional matches.


The second semifinal game in Waterford will feature Ballinacourty and Kilrossanty.


An Rinn and St. Saviours will play in the relegation semifinals, while Stradbally will play Kilmacthomas.


Waterford Senior Football Championship, JJ Kavanagh & Sons


Kilmacthomas 0-15 Clashmore/Kinsalebeg 1-15


St. Saviour’s 0-8 Portlaw 1-7


1-9 Brickey Rangers 1–8 Stradbally


Kilrossanty 0–15 AET An Rinn 0-8




Final of the Shay Murtagh Westmeath Senior Football League


St. Loman’s 0-7 The Downs 1-8


Final of the Writech Westmeath Intermediate Football League


1–11 Shandonagh 0-14 Tubberclair


Westmeath Junior 1 Football Final at Clarke’s Bar


Bunbrosna 1-10 Multyfarnham 1-05



Semi-finals of the Dominic Smith Expert Electrical Wexford Senior Football Championship


St. James 0-8 Castletown 1-9


Rathangan 0-6 St. Anne’s 5-11 Shelmaliers


The SFC Final at Wexford was qualified for by Castletown and Shelmaliers.


On Sunday at Chadwicks Wexford Park, Castletown defeated St. James’ 1-9 to 0-8, while Shelmaliers easily defeated St. Anne’s 5-11.




Final of the Wicklow Senior Football Championship, Boom & Platform Hire


Baltinglass 1-8 St. Pat’s 1-10


Final of the Darcy Sand Wicklow Interscholastic Football Championship


Greystones 0-11 Annacurra 1-4 Eire g



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