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Club Roundup: Quickfire Reports From Around The Country

It was a thrilling day of action in the various club championships and we have a roundup of all the results and highlights from around the country.



Ulster club SFC first round: Late goals from Ross McKenna and Damien McArdle helped Scotstown to a nine-point win over Derrygonnelly Harps in today’s Ulster Club SFC clash in Clones.

FT score: Scotstown 2-17 Derrygonnelly 1-11


London SFC final: 14-man Tir Chonaill Gaels let a three-point advantage slip in injury time, allowing Fulham Irish to level the game through Owen Mulligan. They will go again in a replay.

FT score: Tir Chonaill Gaels 1-14 Fulham Irish 1-14


Limerick SFC final: After trailing by four points at half-time, Adare finished strongly with a goal from Harry Gleeson to be crowned back-to-back Limerick SFC champions.

FT score: Adare 1-12 Ballylanders 0-13


Westmeath SFC final: Mullingar Shamrocks are the Westmeath SFC champions for the first time since 2012 thanks to a four point win over St Lomans.

FT score: Mullingar Shamrocks 2-12 St Lomans 1-11


Kildare SFC final: Two late Kevin Feely goals weren’t enough to deny Moorefield a win over 14-man Athy in the Kildare SFC final. Moorefield will now face Mullingar Shamrocks in Leinster.

FT score: Athy 2-9 Moorfield 2-12


Antrim SFC final: Cargin are the Antrim champions once again after a point from captain, Mick McCann helped them to a one-point win over Cretan in a low-scoring affair in Ahoghill.

FT score: Cargin 0-5 Creggan 0-4


Louth SFC final: Newtown Blues are back-to-back Louth SFC champions after a late point from man-of-the-match, Conor Branigan saw them seal victory over Naomh Mairtin.

FT score: Newtown Blues 1-11 Naomh Mairtin 1-10


Cavan SFC final: After tasting disappointment in their last three county finals, Castlerahan were crowned champions for the first time ever after a tense one-point win over Crosserlough.

FT score: Castlerahan 2-11 Crosserlough 1-13


Derry SFC final: Despite a strong comeback from Lavey, a first half goal from Barry Daly proved to be the crucial score as Coleraine were crowned Derry SFC champions in Celtic Park.

FT score: Coleraine 1-12 Lavey 0-12


Armagh SFC final: Crossmaglen earned their 46th Armagh SFC title after easing to a six-point win over Ballymacnab this afternoon.

FT score: Ballymacnab: 1-15 Crossmaglen: 0-24


Donegal SFC final: Gweedore are the Donegal champions after a superb win over rivals, Naomh Conaill, Odhran Mac Niallais with eight-points from Gweedore.

FT score: Gweedore 0-17 Naomh Conaill 1-7


Tyrone SFC final: Coalisland were crowned Tyrone champions after a comprehensive victory over Killyclogher. Paddy McNeice and Peter McGahan with the two goals in two minutes for the victors.

FT score: Coalisland 2-11 Killyclogher 1-7

Tyrone club championship



Wicklow SHC final: A late goal from Leighton Glynn saw Glenealy finished strongly to see off a determined Carnew Emmetts side and be crowned Wicklow SHC champions.

FT score: Glenealy 4-10 Carnew Emmetts 1-12


Wexford SHC final: After a successful appeal, Cathal Dunbar lined out for Naomh Eanna but it was Conor McDonald who scored two crucial goals as they were crowned Wexford SHC champions for the first time ever.

FT score: Naomh Eanna 2-11 St Martins 0-13


Tipperary SHC final: The sides were level 1o times during a tight affair in Semple Stadium but 12 points from Timmy Hammersley helped Clonoulty to their first title in 21 years.

FT score: Nenagh Eire Og: 2-13 Clonoulty/Rossmore: 0-23


Clare SHC final: An incredible 13-point comeback in the second half saw Ballyea stun Cratloe to win the Clare SHC title once again. The influential Martin O’Leary fired home the winning goal.

FT score: Ballyea 1-20 Cratloe 1-14


Dublin SHC final: After a thrilling game, Aidan Mellett scored a late goal in normal time to put Ballyboden two ahead but Kilmacud levelled through Marc Howard to send the game to extra-time where the two sides could not be separated with a replay needed.

FT score: Kilmacud Crokes 1-20 Ballyboden St Endas 2-17


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