Intermediate Hurling Championship

Ballydurn played Ballygunner on Friday night last in the intermediate hurling championship in Fenor. At the final whistle the score ended level 1-12 to 3-6. At half time Ballydurn lead by five points 1-7 to 1-2. Team: Richard Kirwan, Tomas Kirwan, Paddy Dunphy, Richard Queally, Martin Scurry, Ger Dunphy, Pat Mulhall, Nicky Power, Micheal Power, Kieran Mulhall, Mark Kiely, Thomas Dunphy, Michael Hubbart, Peter Queally, Niall Flynn. Subs: Michael Comerford for Niall Flynn, Kevin Mulcahy, Jack Dunphy. Scorers: Peter Queally 0-5, Thomas Dunphy 0-5, Niall Flynn 1-0, Micheal Power and Kieran Mulhall 0-1 each.

Ballygunner scored the opening point of the game, followed by a goal, before Micheal Power replied with a point for Ballydurn. Then Peter Queally scored a point, followed by Thomas Dunphy and Peter Queally, both scoring a point each from frees. Ballygunner replied with a point from a free. Niall Flynn then scored a goal for Ballydurn. Thomas Dunphy and Peter Queally scored a point each from frees, followed again by Thomas Dunphy scoring another point from a free before half time to leave the score reading 1-7 to 1-2 in favour of Ballydurn at half time. In the second half, Ballygunner scored three points before Ballydurn replied with a point from a sideline by Peter Queally. Ballygunner replied with a goal to level the sides. Thomas Dunphy then replied with a point before Ballygunner replied with another goal to give them a two-point lead. Thomas Dunphy then replied with a point from a free, followed by Ballygunner scoring a point from a free. Peter Queally then scored a point from a 65, followed by Kieran Mulhall scoring a point to level the sides at the final whistle.

Under 21 Hurling

St Mary’s defeated Ballyduff Lower last Monday week in Dunhill.

Minor Hurling

St Mary’s minor team are due to play Kilrossanty this Wednesday evening in Ballyduff.

Waterford Senior Hurling

Well done to the Waterford senior hurling team, who beat Offaly on Saturday last in the qualifiers in Thurles, and we wish them the best of luck on Sunday next in the quarter-final against Wexford.

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