Weekend Club Championship round-up
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It was a hugely satisfying Sunday afternoon for Kilmacud Crokes, who delivered a dynamic display to secure an important 4-18 to 0-16 Dublin SHC Group 2 win over Ballyboden St Enda's at Parnell Park.
A well regarded Craobh Chiarain outfit also recorded a victory proving too strong for Scoil Ui Chonaill.
In Group 1 St Vincent's and Lucan Sarsfields both enjoyed encouraging starts.
On Saturday afternoon in Group 3 local rivals Faughs and St Jude's divided the spoils as St Brigid's cruised to a convincing success over Whitehall Colmcille.
Holders Cuala, with Con O'Callaghan contributing 1-4, and Na Fianna both registered emphatic triumphs in Group 4.
In the South East John Meyler's first game in charge of St Martin's ended in a fine Friday evening win over Oulart the Ballagh at Chadwicks Wexford Park.
With Diarmuid O'Keeffe a prominent figure St Anne's stormed to victory against Rathnure at Bellefield.
Faythe Harries defeated Ferns by the narrowest of margins, while Shelmaliers beat Rapparees.
A late Keith Doyle goal ensured St Dominic's drew with Four Roads in the Roscommon Senior Hurling Championship.
Padraig Pearses defeated Oran, while Tremane overcame Roscommon Gaels.
An early Michael Quinlivan goal sent Clonmel Commercials on the way against Cahir in the Tipperary SFC.
The Premier County standard bearers carved out a 4-12 to 2-10 victory at Ardfinnan.
Liam Boland was the star of the show as Moyle Rovers outfoxed Arravale Rovers.
JK Bracken, beaten by Clonmel in the 2019 decider, defeated Aherlow, while Kyle Shelley's late point earned Moycarkey-Borris a win over Eire Og Anncarty-Donohill.
The McGrath brothers occupied central roles during Loughmore-Castleiney's victory over Ballyporeen.
Leitrim Gaels first game in the County Senior Football Championship culminated in a splendid Saturday evening triumph over Melvin Gaels.
Ballinamore, Glencar-Manorhamilton, and Fenagh also claimed wins.
In Wicklow Kiltegan defeated Tinahely by 3-16 to 2-18 following an extra time thriller.
Bray Emmets struck four goals when defeating Rathnew on Sunday evening.