South Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship

On Tuesday evening last there were three games in the South Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship where in Group ‘A’ Blackrock scored their second win out of two outings when they overcame Bruree by 3.14 to 1.13 in Kilbreedy both Blackrock and Bruree had opening round wins over Dromin Athlacca and Knockainey respectively, also in Group ‘A’ there was a win for Camogue Rovers in their first outing
scoring a 2.15 to 0.10 win over Knockainey in Knockainey while in Group ‘B’ Hospital/Herbertstown scored a 4.10 to 1.15 over Castletown/Ballyagran in Hospital

Results from Tuesday 4th. August
Blackrock 3.14 Bruree 1.13
Camogue Rovers 2.15 Knockainey 0.10
Hospital Herberstown 4.10 Castletown Ballyagran 1.15

South Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship
Monday 10th. August
Group 2
Bruff v Hospital Herbertstown in Bruff 9pm.
Tuesday 11th. August
Group 1
Dromin/ Athlacca v Bruree in Athlacca
Blackrock v Camogue Rovers in Kilfinane
Glenroe v Castletown/ Ballyagran in Glenroe
All Games at 7pm
Bruff qualified for the County Under 21 ‘A’ Hurling Championship with a well merited this Wednesday evening defeating Monaleen in the Semin in Cappamore by 1.17 to 0.12, Bruff will now play Adare in the final on Wednesday next 12th. August Hard Luck to Blackrock who lost out to Cappamare in the County Under 21 Hurling Championship Quarter Final played in unfavorable weather conditions on Wednesday evening last , the sides finished level after extra time 3.16 to 4.13, Cappamore advanced to the Semi Final by virtue of a penalty shoot out.




A total of twelve South teams were in an action in nine games, which included a number of all South encounters last weekend in County Hurling Championship Round two games
In the Senior Hurling Championshipo it was an all South Clash in Kilmallock on Saturday evening, where Blackrock and Garryspillane played out a draw, Blackrock 0.17 Garryspillane 1.14, the result ends Blackrock’s Championship aspirations while Garryspillane play Ballybrown on this Friday evening i9n Round 3. In the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championshiop there were wins for Bruff over Dromin Athlacca by 2.18 to 1.16 in Kilmallock while Glenroe defeated Knockainey by 1.20 to 2.14 in Kilfinane, both Bruff and Glenroe meet this Saturday evening to decide who tops the Group as both teams have two wins from two outing. Bruree lost out to Mungret St Paul’s by 0.17 to 1.09, a win over Kildom Pallaskenry this weekend is a must for Bruree to keep their championship hopes alive In the Intermediate Championship there were two South derbies, Kilmallock over came neighbours Effin by the narrowest of margins 1.14 to 1.13 in Bruff. Effin meet Na Piarsaigh this Sunday evening where a win is needed. Croom scored a 1.18 to 1.10 win over Hospital/Herbertstown in Kilmallock to stay unbeaten in two outings, with a draw and a win. Hospital/Herbertstown meet Granagh/Ballingarry in Kilfinane on Saturday and they will hoping to repeat their win from last to remain contention.

In the Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship there were three South teams in acation, Castletown /Ballyagran scored their second win with 0.18 to 2.09 win over Doon in Kilbreedy, this weekend they meet Garryspillane in Roiund 3 in Kilmallock on Sunday evening, last weekend the Bouncers lost out to Caherline by 1.19 to 1.08 in Hospital, Staker Wallace suffered ther second defeat when losing out to
Claughaun in Fedamore by 2.16 to 2.10. this weekend Dromcollogher/Broadford provide tghe opposion for Staker Wallace on Saturday afternoon in Feenagh

Well Done to all the teams and Best of Luck this weekend in Round 3 games, there will be a break from the County Hurling Championship after this weekend games until September as the Football Championship take to field for the following three weeks, then the hurling will return for the knock out stages.