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Chrissy McKaigue netted a goal for Slaughtneil.
Chrissy McKaigue netted a goal for Slaughtneil.

Club Hurling round-up


Ulster Club SHC Semi-Finals

SLAUGHTNEIL (DERRY) 1-18 DUNLOY (ANTRIM) 2-8

BALLYGALGET (DOWN) 2-26 LISBELLAW (FERMANAGH) 0-8

Holders Slaughtneil and Ballygalget advanced to the Ulster SHC Final.

Chrissy McKaigue netted an opening period goal for Slaughtneil, who led by 1-9 to 1-5 at the interval.

Nigel Elliott and Paul Shiels scored Dunloy's goals, but Slaughtneil were always in control.

Slaughtneil will now face Ballygalet, champions in 2005, haven't contested a decider at this level since 2008.

Kerry SHC Final

LIXNAW 1-18 BALLYDUFF 2-15

Three late Shane Conway points for Lixnaw in the closing stages means a replay will be required to determine the Kerry champions.

Conway struck an early goal, but Padraig Boyle subsequently rattled the Lixnaw net from a 13th minute penalty as the teams were level, 1-8 each, at the break.

The opportunistic Boyle added a second goal for Ballyduff four minutes after the restart, but Conway was prominent as Lixnaw forced a draw.

Roscommon SHC Final

FOUR ROADS 1-13 PADRAIG PEARSES 1-20

David Glynn registered 0-15 as Padraig Pearses claimed a first Roscommon SHC title since 1987.

Oisin Kelly's second half goal was a critical score in Athleague as Pearses defeated Four Roads.

Pearses led at the break by 0-12 to 0-7, but a James Fitzmaurice goal narrowed the gap.

Despite conceding that major, Pearses responded to claim silverware.

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