North Junior B Hurling Championship
Galmoy 5-12, Clara 1-15
Galmoy picked up their second brace of points in the Northern Junior B Hurling Championship with a good win over Clara in Galmoy on Sunday night June 24th 2012.Four first half goals set the home side up for a comfortable win against a youthful Clara outfit.
Northern Junior B Hurling Championship
Galmoy 0-15, St Patrick’s Ballyragget 2-8
Galmoy edged a one point win over St Patrick’s Ballyragget in this first round Northern Junior B Championship game at Ballyragget on Sunday June 17th 2012.Apart from a brief few minutes in the first quarter Galmoy shaded the game all through and just about deserved to win in a closely fought encounter.
All County Junior Hurling League Quarter Final
Galmoy 2-9, Piltown 0-12
A storming final five minutes saw Galmoy edge the issue in this All County Junior Hurling League Quarter final over Piltown in Kilmanagh on Tuesday June 19th 2012.With five minutes remaining Piltown led 0-12 to 1-7 and seemed set for their second victory of the season over the Northerners. However Galmoy don’t give up easily and fought to the end.
All County Junior Hurling League
Galmoy 3-12, Dicksboro 1-10
In the end, Galmoy had an easy victory over Dicksboro on Saturday June 9th 2012 in Freshford to qualify for the quarter final of the All County Junior Hurling League. Once Dicksboro lost their best forward Darragh Buggy, to a serious hand injury at half time, their attack became rudderless and failed to raise a flag in the second half. Buggy had been causing serious problems for the winner’s defence as he struck a total of 1-5 in that opening half.
All County Jun Hurling League
Galmoy 0-13, Naomh Brid 1-9
An injury time pointed free from fully 90 metres by Stephen Murphy gave Galmoy victory by the slimmest of margins over Naomh Brid in this All County Junior hurling league tie at Galmoy on Tuesday June 5th 2012.On a difficult night for precision play, scores were at a premium all through. In fact, neither side managed to score from play in the second half, with rival placed ball specialists, Stephen Murphy and Peter Shaw sharing ten pointed frees equally.