Tullamore to the final where the cross is feared

pregnant Tullamore They lost in the Offaly SFC Final after winning 1-14 to 0-10 Edenderry In Sunday’s half, a late goal from Diarmuid Egan to rule the win.

There they will face Rodwho advanced to the eleventh in a row, but only after a gigantic battle with forbidden He went all the way to the penalty shootout on Saturday evening.

After a 0-17 1-14 draw in 90 minutes of football, the 30-times champions won 3-2 at home in the penalty shootout, goalkeeper Ken Garry emerged as the hero to take the final penalty kick and then saved by Shane. Nally to send Offaly’s aristocrats to another course.

In Kerry on Saturday evening, East Kerry They weren’t impressed by David Clifford’s absence as they lost their win by 12 points Kearns O’Reilly In the first round SFC match in Tralee.

Even without Clifford, the division’s team, Kerry’s champion in 2019 and 2020, boasted an All-Ireland winner in every line of the team and bolstered by a relegation to Legion in 2021.

Former Footballer of the Year James O’Donoghue, arriving from the Legion battalion, made it 1-04, while Rory Murphy of Leicester led 1-05.

James O’Donoghe was on standby with East Kerry

Baudy Clifford and Shane Ryan scored 0-04 and 0-03 respectively as the unappeared favorites won 2-20 to 1-11, Conor Hayes hit O’Reilly’s lone goal, while Northern Ireland winner Barry John Keane scored 0-04 .

Despite the absence of Gavin White, Dr. Kroc get over St. Kiran By six points on Sunday, Sean McMahon and Kieran O’Leary scored the decisive goals.

An injury time point saved Dylan O’Dono’s equaliser South Kerry While they staggered into a six-point deficit against tempelno, Aidan Crowley’s goal after putting the latter in command, 1-11 to 0-14 score at the end of the game.

Elsewhere this weekend, West Kerry Get rid of the seven-point lead to lose 1-14 to 1-10 to middle kerry. After the dominant opening half hour, West Kerry advanced 1-08 to 0-04 but Kieran Digne’s timely goal late in the first half closed the gap to four in the first half.

Med Kerry will take charge next, winning the second half by a 0-09 to 0-01 margin, Ina O’Connor scoring 0-06 overall, while substitute Jack O’Connor scored 0-03.

Martin Stack hit 0-11 from a total of 0-15 points as Phil Rangerswith whom former Limerick manager Billy Lee co-operated as coach, won St. Brendan by two points.


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Portarlington Laois SFC title bid for the third in a row is still on track when they beat Ballerone By one point, 2-09 to 1-11, Colm Murphy and Ryogan Murphy scored goals for the winners who had to hold out much later than their rivals.

Colm Murphy scores a goal in Porterlington’s lead

they face Portlaoise In the semi-finals who was sent off clonesley st.manman From 0-15 to 0-06 in the quarter-final meet at Omore Park the previous afternoon. But Saturday’s other quarter-final match was even more dramatic, with 14 players O’Dempsey’s Beating late to eliminate Saint Joseph. Eoin Finlay equalized the match 3-07 to 1-13 before a string of late points from Matthew Finlay, Mark Barry and goal Finlay reached the last four.

they will face Courtwood, who stunned Grayguecullen 1-11 to 0-11, Niall Dunn scored the only goal at the start of the second half.

In Limerick, he gave a dramatic goal after six minutes of injury time Without By winning by one point Patrickswill In Kilmaluk on Saturday.

At the end of the frantic game, points from Calvin Carroll and Diarmed Burns appeared to have won the championship 20 times, but in the final seconds Kevin Maher sprayed a beautiful pass to unmarked Patrick Cummins, who stumbled at the start, climbed to his feet and got to his feet. The winning home squeezed.

Patrickswill now needs a draw Walk Next week to reach the quarters. Favorite pirate – who was easily in charge of Patrickswell last week – did a light job of managing on Saturday, winning 2-20 to 0-13.

In May, Heroes Knockmore He suffered a setback, losing 3-09 to 0-11 against Ballina Stevenitzgoals from Dylan Thornton, Evan Reagan and Conor McStay delivered a landslide victory for the 2005 All-Ireland Champion.

Castlebar Mitchell get over Davits 0-17 to 2-09, while Charlestown And the Garrymore Cannot be separated, drawing 1-14 to 0-17. Claremores win out Belmolite 0-13 to 1-08.

on Saturday, Westport They confirmed themselves for a place in the quarter-finals with an impressive 2-11 victory over 0-09 at home rubber ball. Lee Keegan, who works in midfield, netted early as the hosts led by seven points by half the time.

Lee Keegan from Westport

For Ballintubber – five-time Mayo SFC champion in 2010 – Cillian O’Connor has been relatively quiet, although they still have a chance to advance to the quarter-finals if they beat Nile Next week, well beaten May Giles on Saturday.

Elsewhere on Saturday, almost guys punk Get rid of the challenge Bala, Aidan O’Shea was deployed to the striker in full and scored a point of play, while Shane McDermott snatched the lone goal in the 1-13 win to 0-08. In another Mayo SFC game on Saturday, Agamore Send Balagadirine 3-14 to 2-08.

Exile from Galway in 2022, Peter Cook shines for the 2020 Galway SFC Champions Moikulin as they demolished twin stars 0-15 to 0-06.

Patrick Kelly scored the defending champion’s only goal Mountbellew-Moylough Because it never bothered them the differenceeasing the 1-15 victory to 0-06.

Saturday in Galway, Caherlistrane And the Saint Michael Both played a 0-10 draw, while Clargalway get over I killed 3-10 to 2-10.

Monaghan’s quarter-final stage saw a brilliant finish as four teams finished five points in Group A with the goal difference required to separate the two teams. Clontebrite Grab a target at death to draw it scottstownand that result, side by side Dongwyn win over Ajnamoulinensured that the final table frantic.

It was Cluntebrit who made it to the semi-finals of the lead with Scottstown and Ballybay, who were not playing today, and reached the quarter-finals.

Donagmoin was the side that got lost. A 3-11 to 1-07 win over Aughnamullen wasn’t enough, as the Fontenoys eventually demanded a wider profit margin.

The second group was more routine with New Wicklow Director Oisin McConville see him Ineskin The team leads the group and advances to the semi-finals after winning 1-15 to 0-08 caricmacrossAndrew Woods with their goal.

Inniskeen Director Oisín McConville

unhappy Lost LatonBut the two teams qualified for the quarter-finals regardless.

in armagh, CrossMaglin Rangers They had to overcome the massive terror to survive in the tournament as they defeated the neighbors Silverbridge.

Barrick Keating’s goal had a five-point lead over Bridge by the fourth quarter, but Kroos recovered well with Colan Finnigan’s late goal – after a Super Sean McConville pass – to secure a 1-19-2-2 victory.

pregnant children of ireland He saw their title defense ended at the first hurdle like Mullaghbawn He surprised them by winning 1-09 to 0-11.

Shea Loye’s second-half goal, after Eddie English’s first shot was saved, eventually proved decisive, with Clann Eireann’s comeback failing.

Earlier today, Kathal McKenna found the net twice Drumenti Defeated Sarsfields 3-08 to 1-06 a while Gail clan She beat an early red card to hit her Caricrobin 0-13 to 1-08.

on Saturday, changers League champions kicked out armagh guitars And the Kilvi win out madden.

In the Co-Op Superstores Cork Premier SHC Quarterfinals, Saint Finbar get over Douglas By 0-22 until 0-18 on Sunday afternoon

Padraig Buggy and Brian Hayes scored their highest goals of the game with a score of 0-03 each, while Ben Cunningham scored 0-08, all from placed balls.

The Barrs led by two points at the break, with no less than 11 level runs on the clock, but their strong finish nearly fell off late.

Brian Hayes hit 0-03 libre this afternoon

Shane Kingston, who lost 0-08 to Douglas, 0-02 of which was out of play, had the chance to tie the two sides free, but his sweeping shot bounced off the crossbar, before Alan Cadogan lighted the rebound wide. .

Next time Barr’s will face Newtownshandrum, after they beat Glen Rovers on Friday night.

On the other side of the lot, imocelli They were punished harshly for failing to hold out in normal time against Black stone.

Leading by three points as the clock ticked away, Robbie Cotter netted for Rocky to force overtime after a 1-17 tie each.

Once again, Imokilly would move up the lead in the added 20 minutes, only for Blackrock to score another leading, this time via Shane O’Keefe, leaving William Leahy to level the two sides again with a point late.

Thus the penalty shootout separated the two sides, but in this the rocker was ahead thanks to goalkeeper Gavin Connolly, who made three saves, while Alan Connolly, Michael O’Lorran and Tad Daisy netted.

Next up for the Rockies is a meeting with Erin Own in the semi-finals.

Clonguish Gaels They are the champions of Longford SHC after winning 1-15 vs. 1-13 Slashers Longford In Glennon Brothers Pierce Park.

Klongwich burst out of the balls and were nine points ahead in the first half after Stephen Gregg netted for them.

Slashers, to their credit, had a second-half fight and were within one notch when David Buckley scored a late goal.

But it proved to be a consolation in the end as Clonguish took her first county title three years ago.