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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Munster hurling final beckons

Published 10/07/2014 | 05:26

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With a reduced capacity for this Sunday's Munster Senior Hurling final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh, the all elusive ticket will be at a premium and with three locals playing their part all in Kanturk hope that Cork bridge an eight year gap and bring a Munster title to the county.

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With a reduced capacity for this Sunday's Munster Senior Hurling final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh, the all elusive ticket will be at a premium and with three locals playing their part all in Kanturk hope that Cork bridge an eight year gap and bring a Munster title to the county.

Best wishes to Lorcain McLoughlin, Anthony Nash and Aidan Walsh for a successful day down de Pairc and a glorious last day out by the banks of the Lee.

Junior "B" Football

Kanturk J'B' footballers defeated Rockchapel in the opening round of the Duhallow J'B'FC1 at Lismire on Saturday last by 1-10 to 0-09. Kanturk now meet Newmarket in the semi final on a date yet to be fixed.

U21 Hurling

Kanturk's U21 hurlers entered the championship fray on Wednesday night of this week with a home tie against Millstreet with the winners gaining a bye to the championship semi final.

Minor Hurling

Cucullains (Kanturk) face Fermoy in round 2 of the Rebel Og North U18'A'HC at Ballyhea on Friday 11th July at 7.15pm. The game will also be played for the league points on offer.

Rebel Og Award

The Duhallow U14 hurlers won the Rebel Og June award sponsored by Rochestown Park Hotel in association with Red FM, The Irish Examiner & Cummins Sports. Duhallow received the award to mark the division's U14 hurlers capturing the Rebel Og U14 Premier Hurling championship for the first time ever.

Kanturk's John Kenneally was the team manager, with Conor O'Donoghue, Daniel O'Connell, Eoin Guiney and Neil O'Connor playing their part in Duhallow's championship run and success.

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