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Dan McCormack and Brendan Maher celebrate a famous win for Borris-Ileigh at Semple Stadium.

Dan McCormack and Brendan Maher celebrate a famous win for Borris-Ileigh at Semple Stadium.

Club Hurling Championships round-up

Laois SHC Final

Camross 3-14 Clough-Ballacolla 1-19

Mark Dowling's late goal proved to be the key score for Camross at O'Moore Park.

Zane Keenan contributed six points for Camross against a Willie Hyland inspired Clough-Ballcolla.

Hyland finished the hour with a 0-15 haul, but Camross still secured a 25th title.

Louth SHC Final

Naomh Moninne 0-16 St Fechins 0-14

Antrim SHC Final

Dunloy 2-15 Cushendall 2-9

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Conal Cunning and Nigel Elliott struck crucial goals for Dunloy, who earned a deserved victory over Cushendall.

Conor Carson and Paddy Burke registered majors for Cushendall in the closing stages, but Dunloy were worthy winners.

Down SHC Final

Ballygalget 2-13 Portaferry 2-12

Cormac Coulter's 49 minute goal steered Ballygalget to a narrow triumph at Ballycran.

Cavan SHC Final

Mullahoran 4-19 Cootehill 0-5

Tipperary SHC Semi-Finals

Borris-Ileigh 1-16 Drom-Inch 1-12

Thurles Sarsfields 0-27 Eire Og Annacarty-Donohill 0-18

Dan McCormack's last gasp goal ensured Borris-Ileigh will contest their first Tipperary SHC Final in 29 years.

Brendan Maher was an influential figure for Borris-Ileigh, who survived a blistering late rally from Drom-Inch.

Thurles Sarsfields were too strong for a spirited Eire Og Annacarty.

Pa Bourke nailed nine points, while Aidan McCormack scored five for the dominant champions.

Clare SHC Semi-Finals

Clooney-Quin 0-16 Clonlara 0-14

Sixmilebridge 3-17 Newmarket-on-Fergus 2-18

Clooney-Quin advanced to their first Clare SHC Final since 1942.

Peter Duggan finished with a 0-12 haul for Clooney-Quin, who will now face Sixmilebridge.

Jamie Shanahan (1-7) and Brian Corry (2-0) were impressive for Sixmilebridge, who introduced Clare's 1997 All Ireland winner Niall Gilligan in the second half.

Limerick SHC Semi-Final

Na Piarsaigh 2-18 Doon 2-14

Peter Casey and Kevin Downes netted vital goals for Na Piarsaigh.

Shane Dowling also contributed seven points for the 2016 AIB All Ireland club champions.

Limerick SHC Quarter-Final replay

Patrickswell 0-17 Ballybrown 0-13

Patrickswell will now face Kilmallock at the penultimate stage following this victory.

Sean O'Brien, Aaron Gillane, and Peter Harty fired over important late points for Patrickswell.

Kerry SHC Semi-Finals

Ballyduff 1-17 Kilmoyley 0-16

Lixnaw 1-13 St Brendan's Ardfert 2-8

Holders Kilmoyley were beaten by Ballyduff at Austin Stack Park.

Kilmoyley, prompted by Daniel Collins, led 0-10 to 0-4 at the break, but Ballyduff delivered a passionate second half performance.

Padraig Boyle's 35th minute goal was a key score for Ballyduff, who face Lixnaw in the decider.

Cork SHC Quarter-Finals

Blackrock 1-13 Newcestown 1-11

Erins Own 3-16 Imokilly 2-19

Na Piarsaigh 3-16 Bandon 1-10

Sarsfields 1-15 UCC 0-18

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