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Semi-finals of U21 B Hurling

posted 24 Mar 2015, 14:32 by Garret Byrne
It is semi-final time this weekend in the County U21 B Hurling Championship with Kilconieron, Killimordaly, Killimor and Kinvara all still in the pot for championship glory. 
Both Killimordaly and Kilconieron got byes to the semi-finals, while Kinvara and Killimor had to play their quarter-finals. The extra match can often be an advantage, however it can also come with a cost in the shape of injuries and suspension.
Anyways, we are left with 4 evenly matched teams and it is anyone's bet as to who will play in next months final, never mind who will lift the cup!

SEMI-FINALS
Killimordaly v Kinvara, Sat 28th March in Craughwell 4pm
Kilconieron v Killimor, Sat 28th March in Loughrea 4pm

QUARTER-FINALS
Kinvara 3-20 beat Abbeyknockmoy 1-6
Killimor 1-15 beat Portumna 1-11

GROUP A:
Killimordaly 4-15 beat Cois Fharraige 1-16
Padraig Pearses w/o Cois Fharraige conceded
Killimordaly 8-12 beat Padraig Pearses 0-15

GROUP B:
Kilconieron 2-20 beat Kiltormer 1-10
Sarsfields w/o Kiltormer conceded
Kilconieron 1-14 beat Sarsfields 0-12

GROUP C:
Abbeyknockmoy 0-12 beat Carnmore 0-9
Meelick-Eyrecourt 5-28 beat Carnmore 0-7
Abbeyknockmoy 3-9 beat Meelick-Eyrecourt 0-15

GROUP D:
Michael Cusacks 1-13 beat Ballindereen 1-10
Ballindereen 1-13 beat Portumna 3-6
Portumna 6-11 beat Michael Cusacks 4-9

GROUP E:
Kinvara 0-15 beat Mountbellew-Moylough 1-7
Mullagh 2-9 beat Mountbellew-Moylough 1-10
Kinvara 2-22 beat Mullagh 2-6

GROUP F:
Rahoon-Newcastle 2-7 beat Moycullen 1-9
Killimor 1-18 beat Moycullen 1-4
Killimor 2-21 v Rahoon-Newcastle 0-9

Format:
- 18 teams divided into 6 groups of 3.
- Round robin, with top team only to qualify.
- 6 teams to qualify - 2 get byes to semi-final, 4 play quarter-finals.
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