BARROW RANGERS 0 – 15 DICKSBORO 2 – 7
|This eagerly awaited J J Kavanagh & Sons Northern Under 21 Roinn A Hurling Championship game at windswept Castlecomer on Saturday lived up to all expectations. A large sized crowd were served up fare that contained all that is good in hurling, sweet striking, great commitment on|
St Patrick’s (Ballyragget) 0-16 St Lachtain’s (Freshford) 1-11
The under-21 hurlers of St Lachtain’s (Freshford) and St Patricks(Ballyragget) lit up a gloomy November afternoon when they fought out an entertaining Northern semi final of the J.J. Kavanagh & Sons under-21A championship before a big crowd in a match played in ideal conditions at Jenkinstown on Sunday.
BARROW RANGERS 4-20, JAMES STEPHENS 0-5
Barrow Rangers qualified to meet Dicksboro in the J.J. Kavanagh & Sons North Under-21 A Hurling Championship following a comprehensive victory over a very poor James Stephen’s side at Bennettsbridge on Saturday last.
A story as old as the druids in a dark beleaguered Nowlan Park where Henry Shefflin's refrigerated nerve earned Ballyhale an injury-time reprieve against city boys James Stephens.
Remarkably, both minor and senior finals ended in draws on a day when the granite will, that defines Kilkenny hurling found epic expression in the tempest.
BENNETTSBRIDGE 3-14, BARROW RANGERS 2-12
Bennettsbridge avenged last years last minute defeat to Rangers in the county final and clinched a place in this years Kilkenny Citroen Minor Hurling Roinn A Championship final with a fully merited victory over Barrow Rangers at Thomastown on Sunday