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South Tipperary Bord na nÓg

Published 1 year ago 25th September 2021 by Victor Direen

Under 13A Hurling

In Under 13A Hurling we had semi finals pairing as follows :
St Mary’s defeated Moyle Rovers in an exciting game played in Fethard last Sunday evening.

The second semi final is between Ballingarry and Cahir.
The Under 13A South Final is down for decision on Tuesday 28th September in Monroe.

Under 13B Hurling Quarter Finals

CJK Mullinahone defeated Clerihan, Killenaule defeated Carrick Swan, Ballybacon Grange defeated Fethard and Kilsheelan Kilcash defeated Clonmel og.

Semi Finals

The pairings were as follow.
Cjk Mullinahone v Ballybacon Grange
Killenaule v Kilsheelan Kilcash
The first semi final saw Cjk Mullinahone defeat Ballybacon Grange after an exciting game played in Cahir last Tuesday.

Under 13C Hurling Quarter Finals

Skeheenarinky defeated Cahir while St Patricks defeated Grangemockler Ballyneale

Semi Finals

St Mary’s take on St Patricks
Moyle Rovers take on Skeheenarinky

Under 13D Hurling Semi Finals

Cjk Mullinahone defeated Carrick Davins
Fr Sheehys defeated Fethard
The final between Cjk Mullinahone and Fr Sheehys is due to take place on Friday September 24th in Clonmel.

Under 15A Hurling

After the six team group games finished, we had two quarter finals this year, with two sides through to the semi finals.

Quarter Finals

St Mary’s defeated Ballybacon Grange Fethard defeated Moyle Rovers

Semi Finals

Cjk Mullinahone v St Mary’s Carrick Swan v Fethard

Under 15B Hurling Quarter Final

Cahir defeated Kilsheelan Kilcash
Semi Finals down for decision this coming week. Ballingarry v Cahir
St Patricks v Knockmealdown Gaels.

Under 17A Hurling Semi Finals

Carrick Swan defeated Cahir
St Mary’s defeated Killenaule
The final between Carrick Swan and St Mary’s, which is due to be played this Sunday 26th at 5pm in Fethard, is a repeat of the Under 19 final between the same sides and would be worth a visit.

Under 17B Hurling Semi Finals

Clonmel og defeated Grangemockler Davins
St Patricks defeated Fethard
This final is also due to be played this week end, with fixture tbc at time of going to press. Another interesting final lies in store.

Under 17 Football

The Under 17 Football championship throws in, in both the A and B grades on Sunday 3rd October , with another round the following Sunday October 10th. These games are provisionally fixed for 11am but are subject to change.

As with all fixtures, please follow the Tipperary GAA website and clubs social media outlets as at this time of year, with a lot of fixtures taking place they are subject to change.

During the next couple of week ends, a lot of Bord na nog hurling finals will be taking place at different levels so if you can at all get out there and take in a game.

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