C&P make historic final march
Cross & Passion Ballycastle have made history by becoming the first Antrim school to reach the O'Neills All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Senior 'A' Camogie final as a result of a 4-8 to 2-3 victory over Presentation Thurles in Cushendun.
They will be joined by champions Loreto Kilkenny, who were far too strong for St Brigid's Loughrea, advancing by 4-17 to 2-4 at the Conahy Shamrocks grounds.
Loreto Kilkenny are an hour away from a sixth title now and go into the decider in good form after making short work of St Brigid's. The victors led by 3-8 to 2-2 at the break and Loreto redoubled their efforts and cruised to an outstanding 19-point triumph.
The Senior 'B' Final will be between St Angela's Waterford and Coláiste Íosagáin Dublin, after the former beat Abbey CC Ferrybank in a Déise Derby by 2-8 to 2-4, while the girls from the capital accounted for Presentation Wexford 3-2 to 1-7.
In the 'C' championship, John The Baptist Hospital accounted for St Catherine's Armagh 3-10 to 0-6, and Loreto Mullingar had too much firepower for Claregalway of Galway, prevailing by 4-12 to 0-10.
Coláiste Naomh Cormac booked their place in the Senior 'D' decider by virtue of their 3-7 to 0-5 defeat of St Cuan's Ballinasloe. They must wait until next week to find out who their opposition will be in the final, with St Clare's Ballyjamesduff facing the challenge of Loreto Fermoy on Saturday.