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,
Graignamanagh 0-20, Mullinavat 0-4
I am well aware that at the first inspection you would assume that this was a one-way street, with all of the action going down the single lane towards the Mullinavat goal, but such was not the case. Of course it would be ridiculously foolish of me to endeavour to disregard the result and pretend that Mullinavat looked likely winners from a long way out
Rower Inistioge 3-20, Piltown 1-5
Not the greatest exhibition of hurling you will ever see, but the winners, Rower Inistioge will not mind, or be intimidated by such a statistic, because they collected the points that were there to be collected, and they could do no more than that.
Ballinkillen 2-12, Tullogher Rosbercon 0-6
Carlow side, Ballinkillen stepped up considerably on their performance the previous week against Mullinavat when taking care of the Tullogher challenge in bitterly cold Brownstown on Saturday evening last.