Victories for Ballybacon, Holycross and Moycarkey in weekend action

Brendan Cummins’ 6 scores from goal has helped Ballybacon Grange reach their first ever Junior A Munster Final.

They overcame Cork champs St Catherine’s of Cork in the Semi Final in Ardfinnan last evening.


Meanwhile Holycross Ballycahill were crowned Mid U21 A champions last evening with a comprehensive victory over Drom Inch

In doing so they bridged a 21 year gap at that age-group.

A flurry of goals saw off Drom as the game finished Holycross Ballycahill: 4-15(27) Drom Inch: 0-14(14)

They’ll now move on to the county semi-final, and selector with Holycross U21s and Tipp senior star Cathal Barrett told Tipp FM Sport they won’t look past the next game…

In the U21 B Mid Final Moycarkey Borris overcame JK Brackens 0-16 points to – 0-13.

Emly Traceys and Cappawhite Gaels have booked their places in the West U21 B Hurling final following semi final wins last evening.

Emly Treacys overcame Knockavilla Kickhams 2-17 to 1-9 and it finished Eire Og Annacarty Donohill: 1-10(13) Cappawhite Gaels: 0-19(19) in the other game.
In the South division Anner Gaels have booked their place in the South U21B Hurling final following a good victory over Carrick Davins in the first of the semi finals.

It finished: Davins 1-8 (11) Anner Gaels 3-17 (26)
Then in the North Division, the U21A hurling round 3 game finished up – Toomevara 2-17 Kilruane MacDonaghs 0-13