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Paul Browne, Limerick, and Dean Brosnan, Cork, in action during the Co-op Superstores Munster Hurling League game in Mallow.

Paul Browne, Limerick, and Dean Brosnan, Cork, in action during the Co-op Superstores Munster Hurling League game in Mallow.

Saturday's inter-county hurling round-up


Co-op Superstores Munster Hurling League

CLARE 4-20 KERRY 0-12

LIMERICK 2-23 CORK 1-21

Limerick eventually overcame *Cork *following a high scoring clash at Mallow.

An opportunistic early Aaron Gillane goal helped Limerick into a 1-13 to 0-12 half-time lead.

It was a lively tussle played out in front of 1,364 spectators with Gillane and Tom Morrissey sharp in attack for Limerick.

Cork levelled with 11 minutes remaining courtesy of a Jack O'Connor goal.

Seamus Flanagan replied with a major for Limerick, who closed out the deal.

*Clare *cruised to an emphatic win over *Kerry *at LIT.

The Banner county dominated the opening period accumulating a 3-11 to 0-5 interval advantage.

David Reidy, Cathal O'Connell, and Shane O'Donnell plundered opening period goals for Clare.

After the restart Clare continued to dictate with Bobby Duggan adding a fourth goal in the 50th minute.

Colm Gath netted two goals for Offaly against Westmeath.
Colm Gath netted two goals for Offaly against Westmeath.

Bord Na Mona Walsh Cup

OFFALY 2-15 WESTMEATH 1-16

LAOIS 1-16 KILDARE 0-9

MEATH 1-17 ANTRIM 0-19

CARLOW 4-18 WICKLOW 2-10

Colm Gath was an influential figure for Offaly, who defeated *Westmeath *at Banagher.

Gath scored 2-3 for Kevin Martin's outfit against a spirited Westmeath.

Offaly, boosted by a Gath goal, led by 1-12 to 0-8 at half-time, but Westmeath improved considerably when the action recommenced.

Robbie Greville and Gath traded goals in the second period, but Offaly held out.

Enda Rowland struck a goal from a first half penalty as *Laois *proved to be too strong for *Kildare *at Hawkfield.

*Meath *and *Antrim *served up an entertaining encounter at Trim with the Royals earning victory.

James Kelly finished with 1-3 for Meath, who were prompted by the effective Neil Heffernan, Jack Regan, and James Toher.

Neil McManus nailed 0-10 for the Saffrons, while Conor Johnston clipped three points from play.

Heffernan supplied the match winning score for Meath in the closing stages.

In Netwatch Cullen Park *Carlow *were always in control against *Wicklow *when claiming a comfortable triumph.

Bord Na Mona Kehoe Cup

LONGFORD 4-11 LOUTH 2-10

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