Junior Hurling Relegation Final
Graignamanagh 0-16, Fenians 0-13
This battle for survival in the Junior proper grade of hurling was fought to the wire as both sides never relented in their pursuit of maintaining their interest in the Junior grade for at least another twelve months. In a sense, it would have been disastrous if the Graignamanagh lads
County Junior Hurling League [Round 5]
GALMOY 1-17, GRAIGNAMANAGH 3-10
Four minutes into injury time of this County Junior League clash at Galmoy on Sunday July 22nd 2012, Graignamanagh were awarded a thirty metre free in front of goal. With Galmoy one point ahead, one expected Eddie Walsh to pop the sliotar over the bar and settle for the draw. Unbelievably, Walsh’s shot slipped outside the upright and Galmoy escaped to victory.
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
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
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.