Reigning champions St Rynagh’s are the first team to be 100% guaranteed of a place in this year’s Molloy Environmental Systems Senior Hurling Championship. Ken Hogan’s side struck for two early goals against Ballinamere on Sunday evening by Aaron Kenny and Luke O’Connor. Ballinamere kept plugging away and a Brian Duignan penalty helped narrow the gap before the end.
With two wins out of two, reigning champions @strynaghs are through to the Offaly Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals.
Their manager, Ken Hogan, spoke with @referee34 after today's victory over Ballinamere. pic.twitter.com/Q3BY1qtfy4
— Official Offaly GAA (@Offaly_GAA) August 30, 2020
On Saturday, Oisin Kelly was the start of the show as Belmont beat Shinrone by seven points, while Kilcormac/Killoughey edged past Coolderry, with Lochlann Kavanagh netting the all-important goal for the winners. The Birr v Seir Kieran game was postponed due to a bereavement and it will take place next Saturday.
Senior Hurling Championship: Belmont 2-22, Shinrone 0-21; St Rynagh’s 2-19, Ballinamere 1-18; Kilcormac/ Killoughey 1-23, Coolderry 1-22; Birr v Seir Kieran postponed
Senior B Hurling Championship: Clodiagh Gaels 1-24, Clara 1-24; Tullamore 2-21, Carrig & Riverstown 1-16; Lusmagh 2-22, Drumcullen 0-15; Kinnitty 3-22, Kilcormac/ Killoughey 1-10.
Iintermediate Hurling Championship: Shamrocks 2-14, Belmont 2-8; St Rynagh’s 2-21, Brosna Gaels 2-12; Coolderry 4-16, Birr 1-17; Shinrone v Seir Kieran postponed.
Junior A Hurling Championship: Ballinamere 6-21, Shamrocks 0-8; Kilcormac Killoughey 4-20, Ballyskenach Killavilla 2-12; Kinnitty 3-12, Gracefield 0-7; Clodiagh Gaels 2-15, Crinkill 1-11.
Junior B Hurling Championship: Kilcormac Killoughey 2-19, Seir Kieran 3-13; Drumcullen 0-12, Tullamore 0-8; Edenderry 1-17, Ballinamere 1-11; St Rynagh’s 3-12, Birr 1-9; Belmont 1-21, Coolderry 0-5.
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