Sunday 19 November 2017

Replay wins for Jimmies and Shels

By Alan Aherne

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)

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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