Tullogher Rosbercon made the short trip to New Ross yesterday and recorded a rare football win for a Kilkenny club side in the first round of the Leinster Junior Club Football Championship.
The Southerners scores a deserved win over Wexford Junior champions Naomh Eanna from Gorey by a two-point margin. The Wexford side perhaps had one eye on the opening round of the Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship next Sunday where they meet Camross from Laois in Portlaoise, but they really can have no complaints with the result of the game against Tullogher.
Click below for full match report of Tullogher and Mullinavat games.
It was a mixed weekend for Kilkenny Clubs in the AIB Leinster Club Championships. Try as they might Dicksboro could not cause an upset against current All Ireland Champions Cuala in Parnell Park on Sunday. St Patricks qualified for the Intermediate semi-final with a good win over Kildare side Ardclough in Newbridge. Meanwhile John Lockes continued their winning ways in a one-sided contest against Fr Daltons of Westmeath. John Lockes now play St Mogues/Fethard in the Leinster Final next Saturday at a Wexford venue. St Patricks will be away to Kiltale of Meath in the semi-final on Saturday 18th.
Click HERE for match report on Dicksboro v Cuala from GAA.ie
Click HERE for images of the Dicksboro game courtesy Martin Rowe
Click HERE for images of St Patricks game courtesy Martin Rowe
Dublin Champions Cuala proved deserving winners over O'Loughlin Gaels in the AIB Leinster Club Senior Final played at Portlaoise on Sunday.
Click HERE for match report from GAA.ie
Click HERE for images of the game from Willie Dempsey
Click HERE for images of the game from Martin Rowe
Mooncoin entertain Ratoath of Meath in Nowlan Park this Saturday in the AIB Leinster Junior Club Final.
Supporters are reminded that Ardan Breathnach (Ollie Walsh Stand) only will be open with entry via Stiles 33 to 36 from O'Loughlin Road. Admission is €10 for Adults, €5 for Pensioners & Students with Under 16's free of charge. Throw in is at 2pm with stiles open from 1pm
Following Ratoath's (Meath) extra time win over Rosenallis on Saturday the AIB Leinster Junior Club Final between the Meath champions and Mooncoin now goes ahead next Saturday Dec 3rd in Nowlan Park at 2pm. At the same time, Carrickshock will be in Newbridge where they will take on Celbridge in the Intermediate decider. Then on Sunday it will be the turn of O'Loughlin Gaels who travel to Portlaoise to take on Cuala in the senior final with a 2pm throw in.
Kilkenny GAA wishes the very best to all three representatives.
Click HERE for pics from Mooncoin's semi-final win over St Oliver Plunketts courtesy willie Dempsey.