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Tipperary GAA Scene – 17th November 2021

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Tipperary GAA Scene – 17th November 2021

FBD Insurance County Championships

Last weekend saw the conclusion of a number of hurling competitions and what entertainment we were treated to on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday in Golden Skeheenarinky staged a memorable last quarter display that saw them overpowering Holycross-Ballycahill on a scoreline of 0-19 to 0-12 and claim the FBD Insurance County Junior A Hurling Championship. The second game of the day on Saturday took place in Littleton and what a game it was as Moyne-Templetuohy put the pain and disappointment of 2020 behind them to overcome Kilsheelan Kilcash by the narrowest of margins and claim the FBD Insurance County Intermediate title.


Semple Stadium was a hive of activity on Sunday and with more than ideal weather conditions, a large crowd was in attendance for both games. In the Seamus Ó Riain decider Templederry Kenyons overcame Killenaule thanks to a very strong second half performance that gave them a 1-25 to 1-15 win. In the Senior Hurling Final, Thurles Sarsfields took an early lead but in typical fashion, Loughmore-Castleiney did not give up and fought their way back for a hard earned 0-23 to 2-17 draw. The replay of the Senior Hurling Final will take place on Sunday November 28th at 3.15pm in Semple Stadium. Last weekend also saw both semi finals in the FBD County Junior “B” Hurling championship which resulted in wins for Kiladangan over JK Brackens and Clonoulty Rossmore over Clerihan. In the FBD Insurance County Junior “B” Football semi final Nenagh Eire Óg defeated Clonakenny on a scoreline of 1-08 to 0-05 to book their place in the final and in the County Under 19 “A” Football semi finals, Clonmel Commercials defeated Arravale Rovers by 1-12 to 1-07, while Ballina got the better of JK Brackens by 1-07 to 1-04. In the Seamus Ó Riain Cup relegation final it was Burgess who secured their place in the 2022 Premier Intermediate Championship by virtue of a 3-15 to 0-16 victory over Lorrha Dorrha.


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