Over the weekend three Junior Finals were played resulting in wins for Ballyhale Shamrocks (J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior B League Final); Mooncoin (J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior A Div 1) and Young Irelands (Iverk Produce Junior A Div 4).
Picture shows South Board Chairman presenting the J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior A Div 1 Trophy to Mooncoin captain Eoin Crowley.
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Junior A finals were held in Divisions 3, 5 and 6 this weekend and resulted in wins for Thomastown, Blacks and Whites and Threecastles.
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Click HERE from images of the Division 5 decider between Blacks & Whites and Barrow Rangers courtesy Jim Whelan.
Mooncoin were worthy winners of the J J Kavanagh and Sons Junior Championship when they had a comprehensive win over a young John Lockes team in the first game played in Nowlan Park on Sunday. Picture shows County Board Chairman and proud Mooncoin man Ned Quinn presenting the trophy to Mooncoin Captain Ethan Ryan and Mooncoin's greatest supporter Tomás Kinsella.
Click HERE for brief report from John Knox of Kilkenny People Sport
Click HERE for images of the game courtesy Martin Rowe.
Mooncoin now play St Fechins, Louth Senior Hurling Champions, in the AIB Leinster Junior Club Championship at a Louth venue next Saturday.
J J Kavanagh and Sons Dicksboro 1-20 John Lockes 0-19
In a highly entertaining final Dicksboro retained theJ J Kavanagh and Sons Paddy Cahill Cup in the Final played in Graigue Ballycallan on Sunday night, Piicture shows Northern Board Secretary P J Kenny presenting the trophy to Boro Captain Jessie Waters.
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Barrow Rangers 1-16 Naomh Eoin 3-9.
Barrow Rangers captured the J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior All County League Title with an exciting one point win over Carlow's Naomh Eoin last evening. The winners seemed to be in a commanding position in the first half but a Myshall goal just on half time left just 4 points between the sides (1-9 to 1-5). A second Naomh Eoin goal three minutes into the second haf narrowed the lead to just 2 points and 10 minutes in Naomh Eoin's third goal saw them in front by 2. With five minutes to go the sides were level but a Ciaran Doyle point from a 65 two minutes from time was enough to see the Paulstown men over the line.
Picture shows Barrow Rangers captain John Kelly accepting the trophy from County Board Vice Chairman Conor Denieffe.
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