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Tipperary Club Championships: As it stands

Tipperary club championships continue to progress through the knockout phases.

Senior Club Hurling Championship

The talking point of the quarter-finals was the defeat of Borris-Ileigh. Surprisingly, the 2019 winners fell to Drom and Inch. They were outscored by 4-19 to 1-28 on Sunday. This sends Drom and Inch through to a semi-final with Kiladangan. Kiladangan overcame Toomevara on Saturday. This semi-final goes ahead on Sunday the 6th at 5.30pm.

Loughmore-Castleiney and Nenagh Éire Óg face off in the other semi-final. Loughmore-Castleiney earned their semi-final spot by beating Clonoulty-Rossmore. A seven-point win in Thurles will have them full of confidence.

Yet, their opponents ran riot against Thurles Sarsfields to lay down a marker. Winning 3-12 to 1-08, they have proven themselves a force to be reckoned with. The teams return to Semple Stadium at 5.30 on Saturday.

Contrastingly, the relegation final is Burgess and Éire Óg Annacarty/Donohill. They have another week to prepare before their 12th of September game.


Séamus Ó’Riain Cup

The county’s second-tier hurling competition is also ready for the semis.

Saturday’s tie brings Newport against Mullinahone at 1.30pm. Next, Lorrha and Killenhaule are the opener on Sunday at the same time.

Intermediate Hurling Championship

Semi-finals: Moyne-Templetuohy vs Boherlahan-Dualla and Gortnahoe-Glengoole vs Knockavilla Kickhams. Both on Sunday the 6th at 3.30pm.

Senior Football Tipperary Club Championship

The semi-final stages of this competition begin this Saturday. 4/7 favorites with Paddy Power, Clonmel Commercials are against Kilsheelan-Kilkash. Accordingly, Clonmel are expected to overpower Kilsheelan-Kilkash who scraped out of group 2. This one throws in at 4.30 on Saturday.

Loughmore-Castleiney and Moyle Rovers battle it put for the other place in the final. Both teams had perfect records in getting out of their groups. As a result, Paddy Power price them at 10/3 and 9/2 respectively. After a two-week break, it’ll be interesting to see who can keep their form come 4.30 on Sunday.

Additionally, Sunday sees the relegation playoffs begin. Firstly, Aherlow and Ardfinnan try to stay alive. Secondly, Galtee Rovers-St Pecaun and Éire Óg Annacarty/Donohill fight for survival.

Intermediate Football Club Championship

Both of the semi-finals for this one are on Saturday at 1pm. On one hand, Rockwell Rovers and Moyle Rovers are in Cahir. Meanwhile, Fethard and Gráinseach Mhócléir Baile Uí Néill go to Clonmel.



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