Several games in the Intermediate Hurling championship saw teams qualifying for the knockout stages of the competition.
There were two midday throw-ins, first in group six, Shannon Rovers beat Moneygall by five points in Cloughjordan, 4-14 to 1-18.
Shannon have now qualified for the knockout stages of the tournament and, despite their loss, Moneygall will also be headed in to the knockouts.
In Group four action today, Gortnahoe Glengoole secured their place in the knockouts by beating Moyle Rovers 19 points to 14 in New Inn.
In the Minor A Hurling semi final, the first of a double header at the Ragg, Moycarkey took the win over Moyne Templetuohy Gaels, a two point margin separating the sides there, the final score 5-12 to 2-19.
That match at the Ragg was followed by the Junior A Hurling semi final where Holycross/Ballycahill saw off the Moycarkey-Borris challenge, the final score there 4-20 to 1-12.
In the Junior B Hurling championship both games set for the midday throw in failed to go ahead, St Mary’s couldn’t field a team to go up against Clerihan in Cahir.
While the other Junior B match of St Patrick’s against Marlfield, due to be played in Clonmel, has been postponed.