Piltown 2-19, Clara 1-6
This All County Junior League game in bitterly cold Piltown – was there any warm spot in the entire County over the weekend?- on Saturday evening was somewhat of a mismatch as Piltown took care of the Clara challenge more easily than they probably expected.
All County League [Round 3]
Blacks & Whites 0-9, Windgap 0-6
There were not too many scores to warm the cockles of the hearts of the few brave Christians watching this All County League game in Tom Walsh Park on Saturday evening last. The game was more than scrappy, as both sides struggled to get up any semblance of a head of steam, where simple skills like catching, picking, or even striking caused more an inconvenience than a reality. Of course it was cold down under the shadow of the Mount Leinster, but it barely offers acceptance for the poor quality of hurling played.
Barrow Rangers 0-18, Windgap 1-6
Gallant Windgap came up a little short when faced by the powerful surge of Paulstown hurling in Paulstown on Friday evening in the Junior hurling league competition. They certainly tried as hard as their limited resources would allow, but they found the home side in an unforgiving mind-set as they charged towards the winning line with an awesome
Thomastown 3-18, Graignamanagh 2-15
This Junior League game in Graignamanagh on Sunday afternoon provided plenty of action, a goodly dose of skilful entertainment, and much excitement, as the home side chased down a tearaway Thomastown in the hope that they just might catch them before the winning line. They didn’t but they never stopped trying. The game had barely kicked
Carrickshock 5-18, Carrigeen 0-9
Minnows Carrigeen have had better days in the office than they enjoyed in Hugginstown on Friday evening last, but still they gave of their best, and even if they came up short, it was not because they lacked interest,