KCLR Sport

St Patricks the only team to survive in Leinster Championship action

St. Mullins despite making a good start never recovered from three first half goals from Clonkill at Netwatch Cullen Park yesterday. Centre back Brendan Murtagh was involved in all three goals

The Westmeath men led by 3-4 to 0-7 at the break and added a further 1-5 to St. Mullins two points in the last period

Final Score, Clonkill 4-9 – St. Mullins 0-9

Clonkill will meet Oulart the Ballagh of Wexford in the semi-final in Mullingar


St. Patricks Tullow defeated Moylagh of Meath in the Leinster special junior hurling in Moylagh

Final Score, St. Patricks 3-9, Moylagh 1-8

St. Patricks play Broadford of Kildare in the semi-final at a Kildare venue.


Athlone defeated O’Hanrahans by 1-12 to 1-4 in the Leinster intermediate football quarter-final at St. Kierans Park Athlone.


On the club scene…

Slaney Rngs ran out convincing winners over Burren Rngs in the Minor football ‘B’ championship final on Saturday, Slaney Rngs 1-20, Burren Rngs 2-6

Extra time was needed before Kildavin-Clonegal defeated Michael Davitts in the under 21 football ‘B’ championship semi-final replay

Kildavin-Clonegal 1-18, Michael Davitts 1-13

They play Fenagh in the final on Saturday next and this is the last game on the Carlow domestic scene.


In the under 16 ‘A’ final Ballinkillen 2-11 Mt. Leinster Rngs 2-9

And in the ‘B’ final Naomh Eoin 3-5 Burrin Rngs 2-6