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GALWAY GAA: SHC ‘B’ GROUP 1 ROUND-UP (Sunday, 22nd April)

Turloughmore and Clarinbridge are joint top of Group 1 in the Senior B Hurling Championship after both picked up their second wins over the weekend. 

Turloughmore ran out 2-25 to 2-13 winners over Beagh in Kenny Park on Saturday.  Joe Hession’s team took a 0-15 to 0-8 advantage at half-time with Jamie Holland their top scorer.

Sean Loftus, Conor Walsh, Mark Murphy and Richard Doyle were other prominent Turloughmore scorers over the hour but they really took control when Conor Shaughnessy got their first goal to make it 1-18 to 0-10.

Kevin Keehan hit back with a Beagh major but they never managed to get within 10 points.  Barry McDonagh got Turloughmore’s second green flag before Padraig Landers got a consolation Beagh goal.

Clarinbridge came away from Pearse Stadium on Saturday with a 1-17 to 1-18 success over Ballinderreen.

Niall Coen got an early Ballinderreen goal and they also had scores from David O’Connor, Shane Larkin, and Kevin and Roy Lane.  But Clarinbridge edged 1-8 to 1-7 ahead at half-time.

Balllinderreen only managed one second half score as Jarlath Niland’s team pulled away to run out comfortable nine-point winners.

Last year’s quarter-finalists Killimordaly got their first win of the campaign when they ran out 1-20 to 1-7 winners over Ahascragh/Fohenagh on Sunday in Kenny Park.

Afte the teams shared the opening few points, Liam Donoghue’s troops gradually built up an 0-11 to 1-3 interval margin before stretching that during the second 30 minutes.


SHC Senior B Group 1 Results 

Turloughmore 2-25 Beagh 2-13

Clarinbridge 1-17 Ballinderreen 1-8

Killimordaly 1-20 Ahascragh/Fohenagh 1-7

SHC Senior B Group 1 Fixtures (week ending August 12th or September 2nd) 

Killimordaly vs Beagh

Balinderreen vs Ahascragh/Fohenagh

Clarinbridge vs Turloughmore

SHC Senior B Group 1 Table

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