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Ballyhale 2-17 Gort 1-15
Ballyhale advanced to the AIB Club Final on St Patricks Day with a fine win over Galway champions Gort in Tullamore on Saturday. They now meet Kilmallock of Limerick who had a comprehensive win over Ulster champions Portaferry in the other semi-final. In the early stages of the game in Tullamore there was little between the sides with a Richie Cummins goal for Gort in the 4th minute giving the Galway side a huge lift. But two goals from Patrick and Eoin Reid in as many minutes proved decisive. Ballyhale were 4 ahead at the break and the margin never dipped below 3 points in the second half.
Ballyhale Shamrocks are in Semi-Final action this Saturday when they take on Galway champions Gort in the AIB All Ireland Club championship.
This game has now been switched to O'Connor Park Tullamore with a 2pm throw in.
Admission is €15 for adults and €10 for students and pensioners. Adult tickets are on sale at the usual Centra and Supervalu outlets. Please note that €10 Student/Pensioner will only be on sale at the stadium. Under 16's are free of charge.
The game will be covered live on TG4. The second semi-final will have deferred coverage.
And just a reminder that Bennettsbridge take on Fullen Gaels in the AIB All Ireland Junior Club Final on Sunday 15th February at 2pm in Croke Park. Watch out for full details on this game next week.
At last Monday night's county board meeting club delegates were given details of two recent reports on Hurling 2020 and Minor grade proposals. Each club is now asked to review these documents to enable a full discussion at our February County Board meeting. We encourage all club members to examine the reports and forward views to their club committee.
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