Sunday 20 October 2019

Replay wins for Jimmies and Shels

Eoghan Nolan (Shelmaliers) Liam Dillon (Gusserane- O'Rahillys)
Eoghan Nolan (Shelmaliers) Adrian Redmond (Gusserane- O'Rahillys)
Emmet O'Leary (Shelmaliers)Shane Cullen (Gusserane- O'Rahillys)
Graham Staples (Shelmaliers) Jack Culleton (Gusserane- O'Rahillys)
Graham Staples (Shelmaliers) Jack Culleton (Gusserane- O'Rahillys)
Graeme Cullen (Gusserane- O'Rahillys)
Conor Byrne_Chris Gordon (Shelmaliers) Jack O'Connor (Gusserane- O'Rahillys)
St Mogue's Fethard
Mark Molloy (St.James) Ciaran Dwyer (St.Mogue's Fethard)
Mark Molloy (St.James) Martin Power (St.Mogue's Fethard)
Daniel Keating_Mark Molloy (St.James) Graham O'Grady (St.Mogue's Fethard)
Daniel Keating (St.James) John Tubritt (St.Mogue's Fethard)
Graeme Molloy (St.James) Daire Barden (St.Mogue's Fethard)
Andrew Walsh (St.James) Daniel Mullan (St.Mogue's Fethard)
Ciaran Dwyer_ Daire Barden (St.Mogue's Fethard)

By Alan Aherne

St. James' and Shelmaliers recorded emphatic victories in their replayed county hurling championship finals in Innovate Wexford Park on Saturday.

The Jimmies powered to a 2-13 to 0-11 win over neighbours Fethard in the Top Oil Intermediate 'A' decider, with county Minor Andrew Walsh scoring both goals and captain Mark Molloy producing a man of the match performance from midfield, picking off four points from play.

Meanwhile, Shelmaliers strolled to a decisive 6-13 to 0-10 victory against Gusserane in the Junior final replay, having led by 1-9 to 0-2 at half-time. Eoghan Nolan and Shane Griffith grabbed a brace of goals each, with James Cash and Michael Feeney also rattling the net for the Kevin O'Leary-captained side.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Craanford defeated Adamstown by 0-14 to 2-5 to clinch the Junior 'B' hurling crown in St. Patrick's Park, while holders Crossabeg-Ballymurn and St. Martin's beat Starlights and Ballyhogue respectively in the preliminary round of the Greenstar Under-21 football Premier championship.

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