Kilmacow 2-21, Slieverue 2-8
The first of the Junior B League semis in Mullinavat on Sunday afternoon was a very evenly contested affair, at least for the first half, during which time Slieverue gave as good as they got, and they would have been well entitled to think that they had more than a reasonable chance of winning in the second half. But it transpired that the foundation of such expectation was founded on a base of quicksand. Despite the fact that they managed to draw level with the Kilmacow men with two smashing points by
Slieverue 3-12, Windgap 2-12.
A single puck of a ball was the difference between these two sides who battled very hard to bag the two League points on offer in Windgap on Saturday afternoon, and on mature reflection, it could be justified that the visitors to Windgap just about deserved to shade a game that ebbed between captivating and very ordinary.
Junior Hurling League Barrow Rangers 3-15, Slieverue 0-11
The scoreline really does not do justice to the wholehearted efforts, and determination of a gallant Slieverue, who hung onto the shirt tails of a far more fancied Barrow Rangers in an entertaining encounter in Slieverue