Kilmacow 3-15, Carrickshock 3-11.
What started as a rather boring, pedantic encounter, ended in a welter of moderate excitement, as the home side, Kilmacow struggled somewhat to hold on to a long-held lead for a meritorious win. It might not have been so if the visitors, in the first half,
Slieverue 3-12, Windgap 2-12.
A single puck of a ball was the difference between these two sides who battled very hard to bag the two League points on offer in Windgap on Saturday afternoon, and on mature reflection, it could be justified that the visitors to Windgap just about deserved to shade a game that ebbed between captivating and very ordinary.
Cloneen 0-10, Windgap 0-9
If the weather was stormy down in the lowlands, it was of near hurricane status on the hills of Windgap as the home side faced a Cloneen side that were not to familiar with a Championship winning enclosure for quite a while. But they were a satisfied bunch returning to their North Kilkenny home, having plundered a fine win
Blacks & Whites 2-14, Graignamanagh 1-13
In Tom Walsh Park on Saturday, the crowds were there in numbers, the gladiators from Graignamanagh were also there in the requisite numbers, and Mullinavat referee, Tom Duggan was set to ignite the fuse that would send next door neighbours into battle against each other for the bragging rites in the town of Graignamanagh. You really couldn’t say that they went to battle for the sake of the little village, as every man jack present were from the little village on the banks of the Barrow.
Piltown 0-15, Kilmacow 0-9
Piltown started their junior league championship campaign in good style with a 0-15 to 0-9 away win over near neighbours Kilmacow. This win was hard earned as it was Kilmacow who opened the brighter with early scores from a Richie McNamara free and one from play, courtesy of Johnny Hayes who provided real early threat for the green and whites. Luke Harney and Brian Fleming set the tone early on as they set about their business with dash.