THE Creagh Concrete hurlers are hoping to cement their place in history tomorrow by beating Clare outfit Atlantic Aviation/Molex in the final of the All-Ireland Inter-Firms Junior Hurling Championship.
Masita Br Edmund Ignatius Rice Cup All-Ireland football semi-final: Wednesday 3pm in Abbottstown, Dublin Coláiste Ailigh, Letterkenny v Coláiste na Trócaire, Rathkeale WHILE many other managers and teams were frustrated by the postponements at the weekend, the footballers of Coláiste Ailigh, Letterkenny were delighted to get a break.
THE controversial rule which prevented the winners of Ulster’s junior and intermediate club hurling championships from competing at that grade for five years has been changed for the second time in a matter of months.
Electric Ireland Ryan Cup hurling final: Maynooth University 2-19 Ulster University, Jordanstown 0-9 Ulster University faced a strong Maynooth University side in Mallow on Saturday, as their quest for a first Electric Ireland Ryan Cup hurling title ended in a 16-point defeat.
Allianz Hurling League Division 3A: Derry 1-15 Armagh 2-18 Provincial pride, the first points of the season, and most importantly, a sure-footed step away from the Allianz Hurling League Division 3A trap door was the prize on offer at sun soaked Celtic Park yesterday.
Allianz National Hurling League Division 1B: Antrim v Limerick (tomorrow, Cushendall, 2pm) NOT only are Limerick showing that they’re the best team in Division 1B this year, they’re winning games without their sizeable Na Piarsaigh contingent.
Allianz National Hurling League Division 2B: Derry v Armagh (tomorrow, 2pm, Celtic Park) THE table doesn’t lie – three games, three defeats and occupying the bottom two spots in Division 2B, Ulster rivals Derry and Armagh are right in the middle of relegation battle with just two games to go.