East Kerry conquer the Kingdom as Kilmurry Ibrickane reign supreme in Clare

East Kerry Conquer The Kingdom As Kilmurry Ibrickane Reign Supreme In Clare East Kerry Conquer The Kingdom As Kilmurry Ibrickane Reign Supreme In Clare
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Muireann Duffy
East Kerry have claimed the Senior Football title in the Kingdom, out scoring Mid-Kerry 2-15 to 0-9.

The return of David Clifford helped bolster the winners, stealing a goal early in the second half to give his side a comfortable lead which they retained to the end.

Up the coast, West-Clare club Killmurry Ibrickane saw off the challenge of Cratloe in Cusack Park to claim their fifth title of the decade.

A goal from Mark Killeen was the only difference between the two sides, finishing on a scoreline of 1-12 to 0-12.

In Cork, Glen Rovers put in a heavy shift after the second half water break to claw back their two-point deficit to Erins Own in the Senior Hurling semi-final.

Three frees from Patrick Horgan after the final break saw his side over the line, 0-22 to 3-10.


Earlier today, Blackrock edged past UCC to claim their spot against Rovers in the final, with goals from Shane O'Keefe and Alan Connolly aiding the side to a crucial one-point victory.

In Cavan, it was an even closer affair in the Senior Football final between Crosserlough and Kingscourt Stars, with 70 minutes failing to separate the sides.

A replay is on the cards, date and venue to be confirmed, after the match ended 2-12 apiece.

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