Huge Weekend of Club Action Ahead

Fri 11th Sep Paul Fitzgerald

Huge Weekend of Club Action Ahead

 

St Canices Credit Union Senior Hurling League – Group A

Clara are in poll position here with 4 wins out of 4. They have already qualified for the championship quarter-final where they will most likely be joined by the winners of city derby O’Loughlin Gaels v James Stephens. Carrickshock look doomed to be in the relegation zone where they will be joined by the losers of the Erins Own and Dicksboro tie. Click HERE for league table and remaining fixtures.

St Canices Credit Union Senior Hurling League – Group B

Fenians, who in recent years have been fighting relegation, find themselves top of the pile in Group B and already qualified for the championship quarter-final. They are likely to be joined by Rower Inistioge or Ballyhale who currently lie 2nd and 3rd in the table. Pointless St Martins will be in the relegation zone and Mullinavat will have to overcome Ballyhale in their final round game if they are to avoid a similar fate. Click HERE for for league table and remaining fixtures

Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Hurling League – Group A

Newly promoted Bennettsbridge are in poll position in this group having just dropped one point in their weekend draw with Lisdowney. Their top of the table clash with st Lachtains, who are also guaranteed a quarter-final spot, in the final round will be well worth seeing. There is all to play for in the other two games – Emeralds v Lisdowney and St Patricks v Dunnamaggin with the winners of each game likely to avoid the relegation zone. Click HERE for league table and remaining fixtures.

 

Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Hurling League – Group B

This is probably the most open of all the groups with Conahy and Tullaroan on 6 points each favourites to capture the two quarter-final berths. The winners of the Graigue Ballycallan v Young Irelands game will avoid the relegation zone but both Thomastown and Tullogher Rosbercon will be looking for victories if they are to have any chance of getting out of the bottom two places. Click HERE for league table and remaining fixtures.

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