GAA round up- Rangers defeated again in Carlow hurling championship
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GAA round up- Rangers defeated again in Carlow hurling championship

hurrrlllThe Carlow camogie side travel to Moneygall this afternoon aiming to secure the All Ireland junior championship.

 

Seamus Kelly’s side take on Limerick at 2.30 in the Offaly venue. Live updates can be heard on KCLR throughout the afternoon.

 

In local Carlow action, St Mullins overcame Leinster champions Mount Leinster Rangers in the Carlow senior hurling championship last night.

 

The final score in Dr Cullen Park was 1-14 to 13 points.

 

Meanwhile, in the semi finals of the Intermediate hurling championship, Naomh Eoin defeated Carlow Town and Mount Leinster Rangers overcame St Mullins.

 

Across the border in Kilkenny, the senior camogie side will be looking to secure their place in the All Ireland final.

 

They take on Galway in the Gaelic Grounds in a repeat of last year’s All Ireland final.

 

Live commentary on KCLR this afternoon with throw in at 4.

 

Meanwhile in local action last night, Lisdowney defeated Fenians to secure the North Junior A hurling championship, while O’Loughlins overcame Danesfort to win the North Junior B title.

 

Elsewhere, Thomastown take on Erins Own at 11 this morning in Nowlan Park in the ladies junior football final .

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GAA round up- Rangers defeated again in Carlow hurling championship

hurrrlllThe Carlow camogie side travel to Moneygall this afternoon aiming to secure the All Ireland junior championship.

 

Seamus Kelly’s side take on Limerick at 2.30 in the Offaly venue. Live updates can be heard on KCLR throughout the afternoon.

 

In local Carlow action, St Mullins overcame Leinster champions Mount Leinster Rangers in the Carlow senior hurling championship last night.

 

The final score in Dr Cullen Park was 1-14 to 13 points.

 

Meanwhile, in the semi finals of the Intermediate hurling championship, Naomh Eoin defeated Carlow Town and Mount Leinster Rangers overcame St Mullins.

 

Across the border in Kilkenny, the senior camogie side will be looking to secure their place in the All Ireland final.

 

They take on Galway in the Gaelic Grounds in a repeat of last year’s All Ireland final.

 

Live commentary on KCLR this afternoon with throw in at 4.

 

Meanwhile in local action last night, Lisdowney defeated Fenians to secure the North Junior A hurling championship, while O’Loughlins overcame Danesfort to win the North Junior B title.

 

Elsewhere, Thomastown take on Erins Own at 11 this morning in Nowlan Park in the ladies junior football final .

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