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AIB Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship Quarter-Final – Fermoy (Cork) 4-9 Galbally (Limerick) 0-6

Fermoy (Cork) defeated Galbally (Limerick) by 4-9 to 0-6 in the AIB Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship Quarter-Final on Saturday November 3rd at Fermoy.

AIB Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Semi-Final – Charleville (Cork) 1-17 Lixnaw (Kerry) 0-11

Charleville (Cork) defeated Lixnaw (Kerry) by 1-17 to 0-11 in the AIB Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Semi-Final on Saturday November 3rd at Lixnaw.

AIB Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Semi-Final – Feakle (Clare) 5-15 Clonea (Waterford) 2-15

Feakle (Clare) defeated Clonea (Waterford) by 5-15 to 2-15 in the AIB Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Semi-Final on Saturday November 3rd at Fraher Field Dungarvan.

AIB Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship Quarter-Final – Kilcummin (Kerry) 0-10 Kilrush Shamrocks (Clare) 0-7

Kilcummin (Kerry) defeated Kilrush Shamrocks (Clare) by 0-10 to 0-7 in the AIB Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship Quarter-Final on Saturday November 3rd at Kilrush.

Munster Club SFC Q-Final – The Nire 1-18 Adare 0-12

The Nire (Waterford) defeated Adare (Limerick) by 1-18 to 0-12 in the AIB Munster Club Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final on Sunday November 4th at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.


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Munster Club SFC Q-Final – Dr. Crokes 3-15 Moyle Rovers 0-8

Dr. Crokes (Kerry) defeated Moyle Rovers (Tipperary) by 3-15 to 0-8 in the AIB Munster Club Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final on Sunday November 4th at Ardfinnan.


No drama in this trip to Tipp for Dr Crokes

Report by Eoghan Cormican courtesy of the Irish Examiner newspaper

DR CROKES (KERRY) 3-15 MOYLE ROVERS (TIPPERARY) 0-8


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Given the Munster Club semi-final against St Finbarr’s will be their third game in 14 days, Dr Crokes were quietly thankful for the straightforward nature of this trip to Tipp.

All told, the Kerry champions didn’t encounter a single road bump when moving seamlessly towards a third consecutive provincial final appearance and seventh this decade. Four ahead after 11 minutes, the visitors to South Tipperary were nine clear at the interval (2-8 to 0-5). It was even smoother sailing on the resumption for Pat O’Shea’s charges.

Having twice shot themselves in the foot when gifting Dr Crokes two first-half goals, the frustration of the newly crowned Tipperary champions peaked on 39 minutes when Shane Foley received a straight red card for lashing out at an opponent when wrapped up by three black and amber jerseys.

As Foley shuffled to the sideline, he met Colm Cooper on his way into the action. Following him into the fray were Jordan Kiely, Michael Potts (the provider of their third goal), Mark O’Shea and Jason Lyne.
There was to be no let-up for the 14-men of Moyle Rovers. Outscored by 1-7 to 0-3 in the second period, the Powerstown/Lisronagh club were fortunate not to be taken for another two or three goals.
On their last foray into Munster back in 2009, Moyle Rovers came within two points of Kerins O’Rahilly’s at Austin Stack Park. This was a far more chastening experience for a side who were without 2016 All-Star nominee Peter Acheson, the midfield general returning to Dubai after last weekend’s county final triumph.

Although it was the household names in the Crokes attack – Burns, Brosnan and O’Leary – who did the damage, selector Edmund O’Sullivan chose to focus on a defensive effort which limited their opponents to two points between the 14th and 46th minute. The eight points conceded was just one more than the seven Dingle kicked from open play in last weekend’s Kerry decider.

“Looking back on it now, the defeat to Kerins O’Rahilly’s in the second round of the county championship was a bit of a blessing in disguise,” said O’Sullivan.
“We probably weren’t as physical as we should have been at that stage. We’ve toughened up a good bit since. Defensively, we have become a lot better.”

The selector was keenly aware, though, that a far stiffer challenge lies in wait, particularly when you consider the Cork champions have played only one game over the past four weekends.
“Ideally, you’d prefer an extra week [between games], especially as you are coming after a county final where there are tired bodies. We’ll look at the Barrs’ threats, but we usually play to our own strengths.”
Kieran O’Leary supplied their two first-half goals; the first stemmed from Tony Brosnan turning over Patrick Morrissey close to the Moyle Rovers goal, the second a result of Jack Harney failing to hold onto a Johnny Buckley point attempt which dropped short.

With Richard Power landing a sweet effort off his left to leave the scoreboard reading 1-3 to 0-3 after 14 minutes, the hosts wasted three successive point-scoring opportunities. They could not afford such wastefulness.
At the other end, Daithi Casey and Micheál Burns were sniping points on the break, while Brosnan was unerring in punishing every Moyle Rovers indiscretion. Burns was sent to the line for a second yellow card six minutes from the end.

Scorers for Dr Crokes: K O’Leary (2-2); T Brosnan (0-7, 6 frees); M Potts (1-0); M Burns (0-3); D Casey, D Shaw, C Cooper (0-1 each).

Scorers for Moyle Rovers: S Quirke, D Ryan (0-2 each); S Casey, Liam Boland, R Quigley, R Mulcahy (0-1 each).

DR CROKES: S Murphy; F Fitzgerald, M Moloney, J Payne; D O’Leary, G White, S Doolan; J Buckley, D Casey; M Burns, G O’Shea, B Looney; T Brosnan, K O’Leary, D Shaw.
Subs: A O’Sullivan for Moloney (21 mins, inj); C Cooper for Shaw (39); J Kiely for Casey, M Potts for Doolan (both 43); J Lyne for D O’Leary (47); M O’Shea for K O’Leary (52).

MOYLE ROVERS: C Kenrick; A Campbell, T Fitzgerald, P Morrissey; Luke Boland, R Mulcahy, D McGrath; R Power, S Quirke; D Ryan, A McGrath, M Irwin; Liam Boland, D Owens, S Foley.
Subs: J Harney for Morrissey (18); D Foley for Liam Boland (20, bc); R Quigley for Quirke (44); S Casey for A McGrath (45); B Owens for Luke Boland (48).

Referee: J Bermingham (Cork)



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Munster Club SHC S-F – Na Piarsaigh 3-22 Clonoulty-Rossmore 0-13

Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) defeated Clonoulty-Rossmore (Tipperary) by 3-22 to 0-13 in the AIB Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final on Sunday November 4th at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.


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Munster Club SHC S-Final – Ballygunner 2-26 Ballyea 2-23

Ballygunner (Waterford) defeated Ballyea (Clare) by 2-26 to 2-23 in the AIB Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final on Sunday November 4th at Walsh Park Waterford.


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AIB Munster Club Junior Football Championship Quarter-Final – Dromtarriffe (Cork) 2-10 Kildimo-Pallaskenry (Limerick) 1-7

Dromtarriffe (Cork) defeated Kildimo-Pallaskenry (Limerick) by 2-10 to 1-7 in the AIB Munster Club Junior Football Championship Quarter-Final on Saturday November 10th at Mallow.

AIB Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship Semi-Final – Fermoy (Cork) 2-6 Moyne Templetuohy (Tipperary) 0-8

Fermoy (Cork) defeated Moyne Templetuohy (Tipperary) by 2-6 to 0-8 in the AIB Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship Semi-Final on Sunday November 11th at Templetuohy.


Fermoy victorious in AIB Munster club IFC semi-final in Templetouhy

Fermoy 2-6 – 0-8 Moyne-Templetuohy

Report by Therese O’Callaghan for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Victory for Fermoy in the AIB Munster club IFC semi-final at Templetuohy today. The Cork champions booking their place in the final against Kerry’s Kilcummin in two weeks.

Lucky for Fermoy they did all the work in the first-half, because, incredibly, they failed to score for the entire second-half. In last weekend’s semi-final, they didn’t score until 22 minutes after the restart, so they will need to rectify this ahead of the provincial showdown.

Moyne-Templetuohy finished with 12 men. However, this was not an unsporting contest – all sending offs came during the final minute-plus four of stoppage. First to go was Niall Russell who received two yellow cards, while there were red cards for Thomas Hamill and Martin Kelly for incidents.

Fermoy, who lined out minus Tomás Clancy and Ruairi O’Hagan were quickly into their stride after Shane Aherne netted in the sixth minute, his powerful finish coming after a splendid move involving Martin Brennan and Alan O’Connor.

A second goal, this time from Brennan approaching half-time that will have disappointed the Moyne-Templetuohy defence, helped establish a half-time lead of 2-6 to 0-3.

The home side, forced to play without their injured centre-back Pearse Meade, playing into the teeth of a strong wind, had points from John Hassett, Tom Meade and Conor Bowe.

By the three-quarter mark, Moyne-Templetuohy had reduced the lead, 2-6 to 0-6 They had further scores from Diarmuid Leahy and Hassett (2) but they badly needed a goal. Fermoy hung on to claim the win.

Scorers for Fermoy: M Brennan and S Aherne (1-0 each), L Coleman (0-1 45m, 0-1 free) and K Morrison (0-2 each), A O’Connor (free) and D Dawson (0-1 each).

Scorers for Moyne-Templetuohy: J Hassett (0-3 frees), T Meade and C Bowe (0-2 each), D Leahy (0-1).

Fermoy: L Coleman; P Clancy, J Daly, R Morrison; P Murphy, D O’Carroll (Capt), A Baragry; R McEvoy, J Hutchings; S Aherne, P De Róiste, D Dawson; M Brennan, A O’Connor, K Morrisson.
Subs: R O’Callaghan for A O’Connor (50), A Aherne for J Hutchings (54), E Clancy for D Dawson (60).

Moyne-Templetuohy: J Leahy; E Gorman, C Ely, J Grady; T Hassett (Capt), D Leahy, L Everard; T Hamill, J Bergin; D Lowe, C Bowe, T Meade; D Fogarty, J Hassett, O Lloyd.
Subs: B Kelly for D Lowe (35), N Russell for O Lloyd (38), M Ryan for E Gorman (55), M Kelly for J Hassett (59).

Referee: Alan Kissane (Waterford).