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Westport manager James Horan and Aidan O'Shea of Breaffy after the Mayo County Senior Club Football Championship Quarter-Final match between Westport and Breaffy at Elvery's MacHale Park in Mayo.
Westport manager James Horan and Aidan O'Shea of Breaffy after the Mayo County Senior Club Football Championship Quarter-Final match between Westport and Breaffy at Elvery's MacHale Park in Mayo.

Club Championship round-up


By John Harrington

The result of the weekend’s club football and hurling championships around the country was surely Castlehaven’s 1-11 to 0-4 victory over reigning county and provincial champions Nemo Rangers in the Cork SFC Quarter-Final.

This is the first time in six years that club king-pins Nemo have failed to make the County semi-finals, and they could have no complaints because they were completely outplayed by a brilliant Castlehaven outfit.

Nemo didn’t manage a single score in the first-half and trailed at half-time by 0-3 to 0-0, and when Castlehaven then scored 1-4 without reply in the first 12 minutes of the second-half they were out of sight.

There were also wins for Carberry Rangers, St. Finbarrs, and Duhallow in the three other Cork SFC Quarter-Finals.

Reigning All-Ireland Club Football Champions, Corofin, made it four wins from four in the Galway SFC with a four point win over St. James’.

They now advance to the County Quarter-Finals where they’ll be warm favourites to beat Caherlistrane.

Galway captain Damien Comer scored a goal for group 2 winners Annaghdown in their win over Barna to clinch a quarter-final clash with St. James’.

The other two Galway SFC Quarter-Finals will see Moycullen play Mountbellew-Moylough and Salthill-Knocknacarra face Milltown.

In Mayo, Castlebar are still looking good for a fourth football championship in a row after their defeated Claremorris by 1-20 to 2-9 in the county quarter-final.

They’ll now play hot rivals Balluntubber in the semi-finals, which is a repeat of last year’s County Final.

Ballintubber looked in good form themselves when they beat Moy Davitts by 2-17 to 0-11 in their quarter-final.

Breaffy and Ballaghaderreen will contest the other Mayo semi-final after their quarter-final wins over Westport and Garrymore respectively.

Scotstown remain on track for a fourth Monaghan SFC title after their 1-17 to 2-11 semi-final win over Magheracloone.

In the other Monaghan semi-final a Paul Finlay inspired Ballybay proved too good for Conor McManus and his Clontibret team-mates as they ran out 1-15 to 1-8 winners.

Conor McHugh of Na Fianna in action against Jack Collins, left, and Rory Pocock of St Vincent's during their Dublin SHC Quarter-Final.
Conor McHugh of Na Fianna in action against Jack Collins, left, and Rory Pocock of St Vincent's during their Dublin SHC Quarter-Final.

On the hurling front, some very familiar faces showed they mean business again this year.

Reigning All-Ireland Champions Cuala enjoyed a dominant 2-26 to 2-13 victory over Lucan Sarsfields, with the highlight of the match a brilliant individual goal from Con O'Callaghan. Cuala will be joined in the Dublin SHC semi-finals by St. Vincent's, Kilmacud Crokes, and Ballyboden St. Enda's.

Reigning Munster champions Na Piarsaigh advanced to the county semi-finals after a resounding 1-21 to 1-11 victory over Patrickswell.

Champions in four of the last seven years, Na Piarsaigh have never managed to retain their title, and they look very determined to finally tick that box this year.

A Doon team powered by county stars Barry Murphy and Pat Ryan are also through to the semi-finals after a very impressive 0-17 to 0-10 win Kilmallock.

2017 Clare hurling champions Sixmilebridge were dethroned on Saturday by Cratloe who ran out impressive 1-19 to 0-16 winners with county stars Conor McGrath and Podge Collins to the fore.

They’ll be joined in the county semi-finals by O’Callaghan’s Mills, Ballyea, and Kilmaley.

It’s the first time in 21 years that O’Callaghan’s Mills have reached the last four, and they managed it courtesy of a hard-fought three-point win over last year’s beaten finalists Clooney-Quin.

In Offaly, reigning champions Kilcormac-Killoughey are through to another county hurling final after a late Thomas Geraghty goal sealed a 1-16 to 1-11 victory over St Rynagh’s.

Their opponents in the final will be Coolderry who just about held on for a 4-13 to 3-15 victory over Belmont despite a second-half surge from their opponents who trailed by 12 points at one stage.

See below for a comprehensive list of results from the weekend’s senior club championship action.

ANTRIM

Senior Football Championship

Kickhams Creggan 4-13 Naomh Muire Achadh Eochaille 0-8

St John’s 3-14 St Teresa’s 0-9

Naomh Gall 3-11 Roger Casement’s Portglenone 1-8

CARLOW

Senior Football Championship

Eire Og 0-11 Mount Leinster Rangers 0-5

Old Leighlin 3-6 Kilbride 0-7.

CAVAN

Senior Football Championship relegation play-offs

Shercock 1-9 Cootehill Celtic 1-8

Killgarry 1-20 Ballinagh 1-8

CLARE

Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Finals

Ballyea 1-19 Inagh Kilnamona 0-16

O’Callaghans Mills 0-17 Clooney-Quin 0-14

Kilmaley 1-21 Eire Og 1-8

Cratloe 1-19 Sixmilebridge 0-16

CORK

Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals

Castlehaven 1-11 Nemo Rangers 0-4

Carbery Rangers 1-11 Clonakilty 0-11

Duhallow 0-13 Velley Rovers 0-10

St. Finbarr’s 2-8 Douglas 0-11

Senior Hurling Relegation Play-Off

Carrigtwohill 1-16 Na Piarsaigh 3-11

DERRY

Senior Football Championship

Lavey 2-5 The Loup 1-8

Glen 1-15 Ballinderry 0-17

Ballinascreen 0-13 St. Oliver Plunkett’s 1-9

DONEGAL

Senior Football Championship

Glenswilly 1-9 Burt 1-5

Bundoran 2-12 Ardara 4-3

Naomh Conaill 1-9 St Eunan’s 0-9

Gweedore 0-10 Dungloe 0-5

Termon 3-8 Four Masters 3-7

St. Michael’s 2-18 Malin 0-11

Killybegs 1-10 Milford 0-10

Kilcar 1-15 Sean Mac Cumhaill 1-10

DUBLIN

Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Finals

Kilmacud Crokes 0-19 St Jude’s 0-14

St. Vincent’s 1-14 Na Fianna 1-12

Cuala 2-26 Lucan 2-13

Ballyboden St Enda’s 3-21 Ballinteer St. John’s 0-18

FERMANAGH

Senior Football Championship Relegation Final

Teemore Shamrocks 1-13 Belcoo O’Rahillys 2-8

GALWAY

Senior Football Championship

Claregalway 3-12 An Ceathru Rua 1-16

Corofin 0-15 St James’ 1-8

Salthill-Knocknacarra 1-9 Tuam Stars 1-8

Annaghdown 1-16 Bearna 1-10

Mountbellew 5-23 Naomh Anna 2-11

Caherlistrane 3-16 Kilconly 1-11

Moycullen 0-8 Monivea Abbey 0-8

KILDARE

Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final

Moorefield 1-17 Johnstownbridge 1-9

Senior Football Championship Relegation semi-final

Castledermot 0-17 Clane 0-11

Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals

Celbridge 2-16 Confey 0-17

Ardclough 0-15 Naas 0-12

KILKENNY

Senior Hurling Championship

Ballyhale Shamrocks 3-22 St Patrick’s 1-12

Clara 3-10 Danesfort 1-14

Erins Own 2-15 Carrickshock 1-18

Mullinavat 2-14 Rower Inistioge 0-16

LAOIS

Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals

Camross 1-17 Borris-Kilcotton 1-12

Rathdowney-Erril 1-15 Ballinakill 0-10

LIMERICK

Senior Hurling Championship

Na Piarsaigh 1-21 Patrickswell 1-11

Adare 3-17 Ballybrown 3-17

Doon 0-17 Kilmallock 0-10

South Liberties 1-12 Cappamore 1-11

Monaleen 1-15 Ahane 0-17

Murroe Boher 2-16 Knockainey 2-11

MAYO

Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals

Breaffy 0-11 Westport St. Patrick’s 0-10

Castlebar Mitchels 1-20 Claremorris 2-9

Ballaghaderreen 3-11 Garrymore 0-18

Ballintubber 2-17 Bohola Moy Davitts 0-11

Senior Football Championship Relegation Play-Offs

Ahamore 2-11 Davitts 1-8

Knockmore 1-12 Crossmolina 0-7

MONAGHAN

Senior Football Championship semi-finals

Scotstown 1-17 Magheracloone 2-11

Ballybay 1-15 Clontibret 1-9

OFFALY

Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals

Kilcormac-Killoughey 1-16 St Rynagh’s 1-11

Coolderry 4-13 Belmont 3-15

ROSCOMMON

Senior Football Championship

Strokestown 3-12 St Faithleachs 0-7

Roscommon Gaels 0-10 Padraig Pearses 0-9

TIPPERARY

Senior Hurling Championship

Thurlesd Sarsfields 1-16 Drom-Inch 0-18

Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals

Loughmore-Castleiney 1-12 Arravale Rovers 0-8

Moyle Rovers 3-13 Killenaule 1-9

TYRONE

Senior Football Championship

Omagh St Enda’s 1-11 Aghyaran 1-6

Coll an Cholochair Naomh Mhuire 2-8 Derrylaughan Kevin Barry’s 0-5

WATERFORD

Senior Hurling Championship

Ballygunner 3-23 Passage 1-4

WESTMEATH

Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final

Garrycastle 0-14 Athlone 0-7

WEXFORD

Senior Hurling Championship

Oylegate-Glenbrien 3-12 Shelmaliers 2-12

Glynn-Barntown 2-12 Buffers Alley 0-8

Raparees 2-18 Rathnure 1-14

St Martin’s 2-18 Ferns St. Aidan’s 2-11

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