All-Ireland Colleges’ Senior ‘A’ Hurling and Football semi-finals

Colaiste na Sceilge defeated St. Patricks Dungannon by 3-10 to 1-6 in the All-Ireland Colleges’ Senior ‘A’ Football semi-final on Saturday. Match Report

Thurles CBS came from behind to defeat Castlecomer CC by 1-16 to 0-9 in the All-Ireland Colleges’ Senior ‘A’ Hurling semi-final at Nowlan Park on Saturday.

National Hurling League Results

Kilkenny 3-16 Clare 1-9 Match Report
Galway 1-21 Waterford 2-12 Match Report
Cork 1-20 Limerick 2-16 Match Report
Tipperary 2-19 Dublin 4-11 Match Report
Antrim 3-19 Kerry 4-14

National Football League Results

Dublin 1-15 Kerry 1-15 Match Report
Monaghan 2-13 Cork 1-9 Match Report
Tipperary 0-18 Louth 1-11 Match Report
Limerick 0-10 Longford 0-7 Match Report
Waterford 1-7 Carlow 0-6

National Hurling League Results

Cork 2-13 Clare 0-16 Match Report
Dublin 0-15 Waterford 1-11 Match Report
Galway 1-14 Limerick 1-12 Match Report
Kilkenny 5-17 Tipperary 1-12 Match Report
Laois 0-17 Kerry 0-12

National Football League Results

Kerry 1-12 Westmeath 0-6 Match Report
Cork 1-16 Wexford 0-7
Tipperary 2-13 Roscommon 1-10 Match Report
Limerick 2-9 Down 1-11
Wicklow 1-15 Clare 2-9
Waterford 3-7 Leitrim 1-10

2009 Cadburys Munster Under 21 Football Championship Semi-Finals

Cork 0-19 Waterford 0-9 Match Report

Tipperary 2-5 Clare 0-9 Match Report

Cork will now play Tipperary in the Munster Under 21 Football Final on Saturday next March 28th at 2:30pm in Semple Stadium.

All-Ireland Club Senior Hurling Championship Final

Portumna (Galway) defeated De La Salle (Waterford) by 2-24 to 1-8 in the All-Ireland Club Senior Hurling Championship Final at Croke Park. Match Report

2009 Corn Ui Mhuiri Final – Coláiste Na Sceilge win title

Coláiste Na Sceilge 2-8

Inter School Killorglin 2-7 Match Report

2009 Dr. Harty Cup Final – Thurles CBS win title

Thurles CBS captured the Dr. Harty Cup for the first time since 1956 thanks to a 3-16 to 0-9 victory over St. Caimins Shannon in the 2009 Dr. Harty Cup Final on Sunday at MacDonagh Park Nenagh. Thurles CBS played with the aid of the strong wind in the first half and led by 2-11 to 0-2 at the interval thanks to goals by Michael O’Brien and David Butler. St. Caimins scored the first three points but could not make any further inroads in to the Thurles lead and a late goal by Aidan McCormack sealed victory for Thurles CBS. Match Report

2009 National Football League Round 4 Results

Kerry 0-13 Mayo 0-11 Match Report
Cork 0-18 Laois 0-9 Match Report
Tipperary 1-16 Offaly 1-8 Match Report
Cavan 0-10 Limerick 0-9
London 0-9 Waterford 0-8
Clare 5-21 Kilkenny 0-4 Match Report