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North clubs get off to positive start

Wednesday, 10th April, 2019 1:54pm
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North clubs get off to positive start

Shannon Rovers' Matthew Tierney takes on Galtee Rovers' Eric Grogan. PHOTO: ODHRAN DUCIE

North clubs get off to positive start

Shannon Rovers' Matthew Tierney takes on Galtee Rovers' Eric Grogan. PHOTO: ODHRAN DUCIE

The North Tipperary clubs got off to a good start in the County Intermediate Hurling Championship with all four clubs emerging unbeaten.

In group 2 on Sunday afternoon, last years semi-finalists Shannon Rovers came good in the last quarter to defeat Galtee Rovers 1-19 to 2-8 at The Ragg.  Elsewhere in this group, Knockavilla Kickhams defeated Drom & Inch 2-13 to 0-13 on Sunday in Drombane.

In group 2 on Sunday, Borrisokane and Cappawhite earned a point apiece following a 1-16 each draw in Kilcommon.

Newport hosted a group 4 double-header on Sunday evening, begun by Kiladangan's 1-19 to 1-13 win over Lattin Cullen Gaels.

In the second game, an injury time goal from Adam Hogan was the crucial score as Moneygall snatched a 3-13 to 0-21 victory against Sean Treacys.

In group 1 which also contains Ballinahinch, Moyne-Templetuohy got off to winning ways following a 3-20 to 1-17 win over Kilsheelan/Kilcash in Boherlahan on Saturday.

In the final game of the weekend in group 5, Moyle Rovers scored a late goal to edge out Golden Kilfeacle 3-7 to 0-14 in Ardfinnan.

 

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