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CJK Intermediate Football

Published 11 months ago 24th September 2021 by Joe Kenny

The benefits of a good win over Clonmel Og in their first round clash were brought home to Mullinahone in Carrick on Sunday evening when they went under to Grangemockler by four points in their second round intermediate clash. This result leaves Mullinahone in second place on the League table.

Grangemockler and Clonmel are to clash in the final round. A win for Grangemockler would leave C.J.K. in second place in the league table while Clonmel would have to win by a very large margin to pass C.J.K. on the league table.

Hopefully, it will work out for C.J.K. who face Toome in the next round of the Dan Breen next week.

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