Thursday, September 08, 2022

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Clonmore and O’Hanrahans finished the group stages of the Talbot Junior ‘C’ Football Championship to ensure they top their respective groups and move directly into the semif-finals.

Clonmore  beat St Patricks 6-11 to 0-6, while O’Hanrahans overcame Fighting Cocks by 1-16 to 1-15 as both teams completed their groups with 100% records.

Behind them, St Patricks and Leighlinbridge qualified for the quarter-finals from Group 1, while in Group 2 Mount Leinster Rangers and Palatine made it into the knockout stages.

The quarter-final line up is:

St Patrick’s v Palatine

Mount Leinster Rangers v Leighlinbridge

Games will be played on the weekend of 17 September.

 

TALBOT HOTEL JUNIOR ‘C’ FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL TABLES

Group 1

P             W           D            L             +/-          Pts

1             Clonmore            3             3             0             0             45           6

2             St Patrick’s          3             2             0             1             17           4

3             Leighlinbridge     3             1             0             2             -39         2

4             Ballon GFC          3             0             0             3             -23         0

 

Group 2

Rank      Team                                   P             W           D            L             +/-          Pts

1             O’Hanrahans                      3             3             0             0             18           6

2             Mt Leinster Rangers        3             2             0             1             20           4

3             Palatine                              3             1             0             2             -7           2

4             Fighting Cocks                  3             0             0             3             -31         0

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