Senior and Intermediate Football Championship Results

Things are heating up in the Senior and Intermediate Championship so let’s take a look at the results from the week gone by.

On Bank Holiday Monday in Group A St Martin’s defeated Kilanerin by 2-14 to 0-14. Also in that group Castletown had a big win over Sarsfields, 2-18 to 1-08. Those results means that St Martin’s top the table with 6 points, having played three and won three. They are followed by Castletown, St James and Gusserane all on four points. Kilanerin and Sarsfields are pointless from three games.

In Group B of the Senior Football Championship Fethard had an 0-11 to 0-07 win over Horeswood, while Shelmaliers and Starlight played out a 0-14 to 2-08 draw. Glynn-Barntown beat St Anne’s 2-11 to 1-07 on Saturday last in the other group games. These results mean that the Shelmaliers top the group with 5 points, having played three, won two and drew one. They are just ahead of Glynn-Barntown on score difference. Starlights and Fethard are both one three points, with Horeswood and St Anne’s propping up the table.

In the Intermediate Football Championship Group A big games also took place. On Saturday last Ballyhogue had a big win over Bannow-Ballymitty winning 2-23 to 2-09. On Sunday Taghmon-Camross beat St Mary’s Rosslare 2-06 to 0-11. On Bank Holiday Monday Naomh Eanna had a good win over Ferns-St Aidans 5-07 to 2-14. All these results mean the Gorey men are on top of the table with 6 points, 3 wins from 3 games, they are followed by Ballyhogue, St Mary’s and Taghmon-Camross all on 4 points. Ferns and Bannow have yet to get on the board.

In Group B of the Intermediate Football Championship it is St Mary’s Maudlintown that sit top of the table with three wins from three games. On Saturday Crossabeg had a 0-13 to 2-04 win over Bunclody. St Fintan’s had a good win over St Joseph’s 3-04 to 1-07 on Sunday. On Bank Holdiay Monday Maudlintown had a big win over Duffry Rovers 2-09 to 1-05. Maudlintown sit top of the table with 6 points, Bunclody lie on 4 points, as do St Fintan’s and Crossabeg. St Joseph’s and Duffry Rovers have yet to win a game.