Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club Notes:
Fourth win book semi-final spot for Granagh-Ballingarry:
Limerick County Intermediate Championship Group 2 Round 4
Granagh-Ballingarry, 2021 and 2022 defeated semi-finalists recorded their fourth straight win in group 2 of the Limerick County Intermediate Hurling Championship with a hard fought 9 point 0-20 to 0-11 win over gallant 2022 County Junior A hurling champions St. Kieran’s in ideal conditions at Newcastle West on Saturday evening, to go top of the group on 8 points, two ahead of Knockainey to qualify for the semi-final for the third year in a row with Murroe-Boher to play in the final group stage game in a couple of weeks time.
The Newcastle West officials as always had their pitch in top class condition for this fourth round group two all West County Intermediate Hurling Championship clash played in front of a big crowd, who gave great support to their side with Jonathan Hayes of St. Senans in charge.
Granagh-Ballingarry keeper Denis O’Connor and St. Kieran’s captain Ian Mackessy traded white flags from placed balls for 0-1 each on 4 minutes. Then after 3 minutes of scoreless play Michael Russell on 8 minutes and Jack Cagney on 9 minutes had white flags from open play for the Granagh-Ballingarry boys before points were traded by Ian Mackessy from a placed ball on 11 minutes and Darragh Casey from open play a minute later to leave two between the sies Granagh-Ballingarry 0-4, St. Kieran’s 0-2 on 12 minutes. Then a pair of white flags from placed balls in a three minute spell by Sean O’Connor extended the Granagh-Ballingarry boys’ advantage to four, 0-6 to 0-2 at the end of the first quarter. A couple of wides were exchanged before a trio of white flags for the St. Kieran’s boys courtesy of Ian Mackessy from placed balls on 19 and 23 minutes and Eoin McEnery from open play a minute later were cancelled out from open play by Paudie Murphy on 25 minutes and Michael Russell on 26 minutes and Sean O’Connor from a placed ball a minute later to leave four between the sides, Granagh-Ballingarry 0-9, St. Kieran’s 0-5 on 27 minutes. Ian Mackessy closed the gap to three then he split the uprights for the fifth time from a placed ball on 28 minutes before a pair of white flags on 29 and 30 minutes by Sean O’Connor sent the Granagh-Ballingarry boys in at the interval leading by five, 0-11 to 0-6.
Ian Mackessy of St. Kieran’s reduced the deficit to four when he split the uprights from a placed ball in the second minute after the interval. Then after five minutes of scoreless play points were traded from placed balls by Ian Mackessy on 38 minutes and Sean O’Connor two minutes later to leave four again between the sides Granagh-Ballingarry 0-12, St. Kieran’s 0-8 on 40 minutes. The Granagh-Ballingarry boys now began to show their class with seven unanswered white flags in a 15 minute spell through Sean O’Connor (play) on 42 minutes, Darragh Casey (play) on 45 minutes, Sean O’Connor (free) on 49 minutes, Brian Sheehy (play) on 52 minutes, Sean O’Connor (free) on 53 minutes and (play) on 54 minutes and Cathal O’Keeffe (play) a minute later to leave eleven between the sides, Granagh-Ballingarry 0-19, St. Kieran’s 0-8 on 55 minutes. The St. Kieran’s boys failed to be overawed with a pair of white flags from placed balls, courtesy of Ian Mackessy on 27 and 29 minutes before points were traded from open play by Sean O’Connor and James O’Connor in added time. At the final whistle Granagh-Ballingarry were worthy 9 point, 0-20 to 0-11 winners of their fourth straight brace of points in group 2 of the Limerick County Intermediate hurling championship to go top of the table on 8 points ahead of Knockainey to qualify for the semi-final for the third year in a row despite having one more group stage game to play against Murroe-Boher on 4 points in a couple of weeks time. The St. Kieran’s boys who were reduced to 14 players when their No. 19 received a red card 17 minutes into the second half are level on 4 points with Murroe-Boher can still make it to the quarter-final if they were to defeat Knockainey and Granagh-Ballingarry defeat Murroe-Boher in the final round of group stage games in a couple of weeks time. Granagh-Ballingarry scored 0-10 from play and 0-10 from frees. St. Kieran’s scored 0-2 from play and 0-9 from frees.
Granagh-Ballingarry: Denis O’Connor 0-1 free, Eoin Casey, John Kealy, Brian Sheehy 0-11, Colm Noonan, Jack Cagney 0-1, Ronan Mullane, Josh Quille Mulcaire, Darragh Casey 0-2, Michael Russell 0-2, Cathal O’Keeffe 0-2, Sean O’Connor 0-10, 9 frees, Paudie Murphy 0-1, Luke Flynn, Damian O’Donovan. Subs used Donal O’Grady, David Condron.
St. Kieran’s: Cillian Ambrose 0-1 free, Diarmuid Mulcahy, Johnny McCarthy, Aaron Heffernan, Anthony Mullins, Brendan McCarthy, Cathal McEnery, Jack Ben Hartnett, Sean Ryan, Michael Murphy, Eoin McEnery 0-1, Mossie Shine, Ian Mackessy 0-8 frees, James Muckell, Cormac Mann. Subs used Tomas O’Connor 0-1, Anthony Molyneaux, Fionn Gleeson, Mikey Long.
Granagh-Ballingarry ease into second West B Final in a row:
West Limerick Junior B Hurling Championship semi-final
At Sean Finns Park, Rathkeale on Sunday evening West and County Junior B hurling league champions and last year’s defeated finalists Granagh-Ballingarry recorded a 16 point, 3-14 to 0-7 victory over neighbours, holders Knockaderry to reverse last year’s one point final defeat to qualify for their second West Junior B hurling championship final in a row against Feohanagh-Castlemahon or Adare in a couple of weeks time.
The Rathkeale officials had their pitch in top class condition for the West Junior B hurling championship semi-final clash of near neighbours played in front of a good crowd, who gave great support to their sides with Michael O’Flaherty of the local club in charge. Granagh-Ballingarry No. 8 Owen Lynch from a placed ball and Knockaderry No. 10 Donagh O’Sullivan from open play and Owen Lynch and Ronan Keating from placed balls traded white flags for 0-2 each on 4 minutes. A couple of wides were exchanged before Owen Lynch of Granagh-Ballingarry split the uprights for the third time from a placed ball on 6 minutes before No. 11 Eoin Lynch cut through the Knockaderry defence to finish past keeper Cathal Moran two minutes later to leave it 1-3 to 0-2 in favour of the Granagh-Ballingarry boys on 8 minutes. Then white flags were traded to Donagh O’Sullivan (play) on 10 minutes and Jim O’Keeffe (play) on 11 minutes, Owen Lynch (free) on 13 minutes and Ronan Keating (free) two minutes later to leave four between the sides Granagh-Ballingarry 1-5, Knockaderry 0-4 at the end of the third quarter. Then a free sent in by Owen Lynch was finished past Knockaderry keeper Cathal Moran by John O’Grady on 17 minutes and Jim O’Keeffe split the uprights from open play 2 minutes later to increase the Granagh-Ballingarry boys’ advantage to 8, 2-6 to 0-14 on 19 minutes. Then after 5 minutes of scoreless play a trio of white flags in as many minutes for Knockaderry courtesy of JJ Condron play and Ronan Keating (2 frees) to reduce the deficit to five, 2-6 to 0-7 on 27 minutes. League champions Granagh-Ballingarry finished the opening half strong when a foul of Eoin Horgan resulted in a penalty which Granagh-Ballingarry No. 3 Eoin Enright finished past Knockaderry keeper Cathal Moran on 29 minutes and Eoin Lynch followed up with a white flag from open play a minute later to send the boys in black and green in at the interval leading by 9, 3-7 to 0-7.
Granagh-Ballingarry dominated the entire second half as they added 7 points to their first half total through Owen Lynch (0-3, 1 free), Eoin Lynch and Eoin Horgan 0-2 each from open play without reply. At the final whistle Granagh-Ballingarry were worthy 16 point, 3-14 to 0-7 winners to reverse last year’s one point, 2-16 to 4-9 final defeat to qualify for their second West Junior B hurling championship final in a row against Feohanagh-Castlemahon or Adare in a few weeks time and their 13th straight win of the season. The Knockaderry players and officials were very sporting in defeat and wished us the best of luck in the final.
Granagh-Ballingarry scored 2-7 from play, 0-7 from frees and a penalty goal. Knockaderry scored 0-3 from play and 0-4 from frees.
Granagh-Ballingarry: Keith O’Kelly, Mickey O’Keeffe, Eoin Enright (1-0 penalty), Ger Ryan, Marcus Moore, John Carroll, captain, Mark O’Shea, Owen Lynch (0-7 frees), Pat Carroll, Jim O’Keeffe (0-1), Eoin Lynch (1-3), Eoin Herlihy, Eoin Horgan (0-2), John O’Grady (1-0), Brendan Lynch. Subs used Thomas O’Donovan, Jack Hartnett, Brian Mulqueen, Niall Carroll, Padraig McKenna.
Knockaderry: Cathal Moran, Eoin O’Connor, Diarmuid Flynn, Kevin Sheehy, Steven McMahon, Keith Danaher, Colm O’Connor, Michael O’Connor Tommy Hannon, Darragh O’Sullivan 0-2, Eamonn Fitzgerald, Jack Corkery, Ronan Keating (0-4 frees), JJ Condon (0-1), Gary Storin. Subs used Donal O’Sullivan, Noel O’Connor, Bryan Mortell, Enda Quinlan, Edward Hayes.
Referee Michael O’Flaherty, Rathkeale.
West Junior B Hurling Championship quarter-final
Feohanagh-Castlemahon 3-10, Feenagh-Kilmeedy ????
West Junior B Hurling Championship semi-final:
Granagh-Ballingarry 2-14, Knockaderry 0-7.
County Senior Hurling Championship Group 1 Round 4:
Na Piarsaigh 1-21, Ahane 1-13; Kilmallock 2-22, Patrickswell 2-20; Doon 2-18, Kildimo-Pallaskenry 0-17.
County Senior Hurling Championship Group 2 Round 4:
Mungret/St. Paul’s 1-25, Monaleen 0-15; Ballybrown 3-22, Garryspillane 4-14; Adare 4-21, South Liberties 0-20.
County Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship Round 5:
Bruff 1-26, Blackrock 2-18; Newcastle West 3-15, Glenroe 1-17; Effin 2-21, Na Piarsaigh 1-18; Dromin-Athlacca 4-14, Cappamore 1-17.
County Intermediate Hurling Championship Group 1 Round 4:
Croagh-Kilfinny 0-20, Bruree 0-10; Pallasgreen 3-15, Knockaderry 0-15; Hospital-Herbertstown 2-24, Kilmallock.
County Intermediate Hurling Championship Group 2 Round 4:
Murroe-Boher 1-29, Croom 1-17; Granagh-Ballingarry 0-20, St. Kieran’s 0-11; Knockainey 2-13, Feohanagh-Castlemahon 0-18.
County Junior A Hurling Championship Group 1 Round 4:
Ballybricken-Bohermore 2-18, Patrickswell 2-14; Askeaton 3-18, Staker Wallace 2-15; Kilteely-Dromkeen 4-15, Monagea 1-14.
County Junior A Hurling Championship Group 2 Round 2
Tournafulla 1-24, Garryspillane 1-16; Caherline 3-20, Claughaun 1-14; Crecora-Manister 1-27, Templeglantine 1-19.
County Junior A Hurling Championship Group 3 Round 4
Castletown-Ballybrown 6-23, Ahane 2-5; Feenagh-Kilmeedy 4-24, Old Christians 2-11; St. Patrick’s 2-19, Killeedy 2-13.
County Junior A Hurling Championship Group 4 Round 4:
Mungret-St. Paul’s 1-17, Doon 1-12; Dromcollogher-Broadford 3-24, Blackrock 0-10; Bruff 1-22, Rathkeale 0-14.
County U-13 Division 2 Hurling Championship semi-final:
Killeedy-Tournafulla 2-9, Granagh-Ballingarry 1-11 aet.
Killeedy-Tournafulla book final spot in extra time
County U-13 Division2 Hurling championship semi-final:
Granagh-Ballingarry’s brave bid to reach the county U-13 Division 2 Hurling championship just failed when they went under to Killeedy-Tournafulla by a point after extra time at sun-drenched Mick Neville Park, Rathkeale on Saturday morning in front of a huge crowd of supporters, who gave great support to the side. From the start it was clear that both sides were really hungry for a place in the final. Two early points from Declan Dunworth (play) on 10 minutes and a free on 13 minutes had the Granagh-Ballingarry boys level with 2 free4s from Killeedy-Tournafulla No. 15. Killeedy-Tournafulla No. 15 split the uprights from a placed ball for the third time on 18 minutes to give his side the lead. Then Declan Dunworth raised a green flag from a placed ball for the Granagh-Ballingarry boys before Killeedy-Tournafulla No. 15 pointed for the fourth time from a placed ball to leave the scoreline at half-time 1-2 to 0-4 in favour of Granagh-Ballingarry. Declan Donworth had a point for Granagh-Ballingarry in the second minute after the interval to increase their advantage to two, 1-3 to 0-4. It was point for point before Killeedy-Tournafulla raised a green flag to level at 1-6 each. Then a point each saw the teams finish level at 1-7 each at the end of normal time.
In the first half of extra time the Killeedy-Tournafulla boys scored 1-1 to 0-2 for Granagh-Ballingarry to elav ethe Killeedy-Tournafulla boys two ahead, 2-8 to 1-9 at the break.
In the second half of extra time the Granagh-Ballingarry boys out-scored Killeedy-Tournafulla by 0-2 to 0-1 and had a chance to draw the game when they were awarded a late long range free, which they failed to convert. The final whistle Killeedy-Tournafulla were one point, 2-9 to 1-11 winners to qualify for a final meeting with Mungret-St. Paul’s in the final. The Granagh-Ballingarry boys were gutted to have lost by appoint but were very sporting in defeat and wished the Killeedy-Tournafulla boys the best of luck in the final.
A brave effort from the Granagh-Ballingarry boys, their day will come. A fantastic display of skill, attitude and resilience from this group. They wore the black and green jersey with pride all season, winning 9 and drawing 1 of their 11 games. The future looks bright.
Granagh-Ballingarry: Liam Kelly, Cian Hanley, Michael Curtin, Maurice Houlihan, Ryan McDonagh, Nathan Hartnett, Conor Hehir, Daniel Hartigan, Harry Ahern, Dylan Noonan, Adam Mulqueen, Declan Dunworth, James Tierney, Conor Sexton, Rory Stapleton, Gordan Reidy, James McDonnell, Diarmaid Og Dooly, ??? Conor Davis, Michael O’Brien, Eoghan Kiely, injured. Well done also to the coaches for all the time they gave coaching the boys since they playe4d the first of their eleven games last March.
Granagh-Ballingarry Bord na nOg End of Season Family Day:
Granagh-Ballingarry Bord na nOg end of season family day will take place this Sunday 17th September in Granagh-Ballingarry GAA Clubgrounds, Ballingarry.
Schedule of events:
10am Granagh-Ballingarry U5 GAA training
10am U7 hurling match Granagh-Ballingarry v Newtown (Cork).
11am Stephen O’Keeffe Memorial Cup U-19 Hurling Tournament – (Piper parade teams with guard of honour by U5s and U7s) Granagh-Ballingarry, Croagh-Kilfinny, Kilmallock and Newtownshandrum.
12.30pm Liam English Memorial Cup U-11s: Granagh-Ballingarry, Monagea. Note tea and coffee will be available on the day.
Granagh-Ballingarry U5s Aodan Tighe, Cathal Sheehy, Christian McMahon, Conor O’Sullivan, Cormac Huggard, Daithi Hanley, Darragh Flaherty, Darragh McMahon, David O’Shea, Eddie Lenihan, Eoghan Keating, Euan McCarthy, Fionn Cahill, Harvey Lamont, Jack Curtin, James Hartigan, JJ Carroll, Jody Ryan, Kai Collins, Kane Curtin, Luke Scott, Milo Naughton, Paddy McKiernan, Paddy Mulqueen, Pauric O’Sullivan, Rian Murphy, Ronan Clancy, Rory Reidy, Tadgh Mawe, Thomas O’Brien, Tommy Murphy????
Coaches Eoin Cahill, Mike Carroll, Niall McCarthy, Charlotte Hanley, David Clancy, Wade Murphy, Eoin Ryan, Mark O’Sullivan, Anne Marie O’Keeffe.
Granagh-Ballingarry U7s: Adam Clancy, Adam Noonan, Billy Nolan, Dara Tighe, Darragh Irwin, Dean Callaghan, Ford McMahon, Garreth Brogan, Gearoid Hanley, Jack Cullinane, Jack O’Keeffe, James O’Brien, Jamie Harrington, Josh Aherne, Leon Wong, Niall Kiley, Oisin O’Sullivan, Ollie Keogh, Patrick Mawe, Rory Ryan, Sam Clancy, Thomas Noonan, Tomas Sexton.
Coaches Breda Fitzgibbon, Caolan Scott, Fergal Noonan, Mike Carroll, Eoin Ryan.
Granagh-Ballingarry U9s: Aaron O’Brien, Bryan Hanley, Calvin Morey, Darren Grimes, Donncha Doody, Donncha Noonan, Evan McDonagh, Hugh Kearney, Jack Fitzgerald, Jake Noonan, James Ahern, Joe McCarthy, Killian Noonan, Killian Tierney, Matthew Clancy, Oisin Condon, Ollie Kennedy, Oran Kiely, Patrick Gilbourne, Reuben Huggard Ryan, Alfred Ryan Okelly, Seanm Davis, Shay Hickey, Tadgh O’Hanlon, Thomas Kamper, Tom O’Grady.
Coaches Cormac McCarthy, David Clancy, Denis Noonan, Emma Noonan, Kayleigh Twomey, Ollie O’Brien.
Granagh-Ballingarry U-13: Alfie Kennedy O’Kelly, Andrew McCarthy, Billy O’Hanlon, Cian Hanley, Cian O’Brien, Cillian Carroll, Conor Grimes, Conor Kelly, Cormac Kennedy, Diarmid Hanley, Dylan Morrissey, Ethan Looney, George Clancy, Jack Alfred, Tomas Condon, James Kearney, James Kelly, Joe McCarthy, Kevin Noonan, Liam Reidy, Michael O’Brien, Micheal Kelly, Noel McCarthy, Rian Gilbourne, Rory Burke, Sean Condron, Sean Kennedy, Tom O’Grady.
Coaches Cormac McCarthy, David O’Hanlon, Eddie O’Brien, John Kearney, Kevin Hanley, Pat Carroll, Paul Kennedy and Paul Murphy.
Your support would be appreciated for our U5, U7, U9 and U11 teams, their coaches and Bord na nOg officials at Granagh-Ballingarry club grounds in Ballingarry on Sunday at 11am.
Congratulations to our own Darragh O’Donoghue, a m ember of the Limerick U15 B hurling squad who defeated Westmeath 2-8 to 0-11 and Galway 3-13 to 0-12 to win the John Boyle Memorial Shield recently in Clonoulty-Rossmore club grounds in Tipperary; to Danny O’Grady, a member of the Limerick U-14 B hurling squad who lost narrowly to Offaly and Dublin in both their outings in the Tony Forrestal Offaly Tournament recently in Kilcormac, Co. Offaly, to wear the green and white of Limerick was a great honour for Darragh and Danny, their families and the Granagh-Ballingarry club.
Limerick GAA Club Championship Streaming Data and Plans for 2023:
Limerick GAA have announced various new streaming packages for the 2023 club hurling and football championship season. The packages in partnership with StreamSport will bring all the live action from around the county to your TV tablet or mobile device whether at home or away with a guaranteed minimum 30 matches across hurling and football. You can watch for as little as €3 per game with the early bird season pass option. Limerick GAA has also added a €20 discount for the first 150 customers who purchase a season ticket. The pricing structure is a single game pass €10; season pass €110 (€3.66 per game) early pass €88 (€2.93 per game). Enter discount for the early birds for the first 150 customers to avail of 20% discount 2 games weekend pass €15 (€7.70 per game), 3 game weekend pass €20 (€6.60 per game), 4 games weekend pass €24 €6.60 per game).
Pre-Purchase of club hurling and football championship tickets:
All Granagh Ballingarry supporters please note that the upcoming hurling and football club championship games under the auspices of Limerick County GAA Bord are pre-purchase. Those can be purchased online via the universe system.
Football Masters Spirit Cup Final:
The best of luck to the Limerick Masters Football side and their management team who play Armagh in the Spirit Cup Final on this Saturday 16th September in St. Brigids GAA Grounds in Roscommon at 2pm. Your support for the boys in green and white would be appreciated on the day.
September County Club Draw:
The next Limerick County GAA Club draw is on this Saturday 29th august with a top prize of €10,000. There are a host of other prizes to be won. 2nd €3,000, 3rd €2,000, 4th €1,000, 5 exclusive star prize of a €500 voucher, 6th to 9th €500, 10th to 13th €300, 14th to 30th €200.
Granagh Ballingarry had approximately 117 members in the 3rd draw in June.
If you would like to renew your membership, please follow the links: Limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup and select Granagh Ballingarry GAA Club and the number of draws you wish to sign up for. You can also contact the Granagh Ballingarry club co-ordinator Stephen Stapleton on 086-1960301. Note all new members for the next draw must be in by Wednesday 27th at 12 noon.
Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club’s tops, hoodies, tracksuits, jackets, shorts and socks can now be ordered online at www.larochasports.ie product-category/clubs/granagh/ballingarry
€1,400 Jackpot on Saturday:
There was no winner of €1,300 jackpot in the Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club lottery draw on Saturday September 9th in McAuliffe’s Bar, Ballingarry. The numbers drawn were 1, 3, 30 and 32. The lucky dips of €20 each went to Nora O’Connor promoter online, Mark O’Kelly promoter Paddy Hennessy, Sean and Diarmuid Holmes promoter Andrew Holmes, Davy Clifford, promoter Darren Clifford. The next draw will be for a jackpot of €1,400 and will be held on Saturday 16th September in Buckley’s Bar, Ballingarry. You can purchase a ticket from two or three for €5 and these are on sale in local shops, bars and from promotors. You can also play the weekly draw online visit the club’s Facebook or Twitter which finishes at 6pm every Saturday. Thank you for your support.
Check out our website at www.granaghballingarry.ie for all the latest club news. Our club website is updated regularly and is well worth a visit. You can also follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/granaghballingarrygaa and twitter at www.twitter.com/granaghballingarrygaa
Wednesday 13th September
West Junior B Hurling Championship Semi Final
Feohanagh Castlemahon v Adare in Pairc Caomh Ui Luing, Feenagh at 6.30pm
County Junior A Hurling championship group 1 round 3
Stalker Wallace v Patrickswell in Caherkelly at 6pm
Friday 15th September
West Junior B Football Championship Semi Finals
Knockaderry v St. Senan’s in Newcastle West at 6.30pm
Ballysteen v St. Kieran’s in Ballyhahill at 6.30pm
Saturday 16th September
County Senior Football Championship Group 1 Round 5
St. Kieran’s v Claughain in Clarina at 6pm
Kildimo-Pallaskenry v Fr. Casey’s in Newcastle West at 6pm
Oola v Newcastle West in Kilmallock at 6pm
County Intermediate Football Championship Group 1 Round 5
Pallasgreen v Rathkeale in Mungret at 5pm
Glin v Dromcollogher Broadford in Abbeyfeale at 5pm
Gerald Griffins v Mungret St. Paul’s in Askeaton at 5pm
County Intermediate Football Championship Group 2 Round 5
St. Patricks v St. Senan’s in Adare at 4pm
Feohanagh Castlemahon v Galbally in Ballyagran at 4pm
County Junior A Football Championship Group 1 Round 5
Banogue v Camogue Rovers in Croom at 4pm
Ballybricken Bohermore v Hospital Herbertstown in Caherconlish at 4pm
Sunday 17th September
Granagh Ballingarry Bord na nÓg Family Fun Day
in Granagh Ballingarry GAA Club grounds, Ballingarry commencing at 11am
County Senior Football Championship Group 2 Round 5
Ballylanders v Na Piarsaigh in Bruff at 2pm
Ballysteen v Adare in Sean Finn’s Park, Rathkeale at 2pm
Galtee Gaels v Monaleen in Kilmallock at 2pm
County Premier Junior A Football Championship Group 1 Round 5
Ballybrown v Mountcollins in Newcastle West at 5pm
Kilteely Dromkeen v Bruff in Hospital at 5pm
Monagea v Croom in Pairc Caoimh Ui Luing, Feenagh at 5pm
County Premier Junior A Football Championship Group 2 Round 5
Castletown Ballyagran v Monaleen in Fedamore at 5.30pm
Fedamore v Mungret St. Paul’s in Rathbane at 5.30pm