County finalists decided

first_imgSars regrouped and stormed back to lead 1-14 to 1-7 at half time.Kilruane took the game to Sars in the second half with Seamus Hennessy to the fore but despite losing Michael Cahill to a second yellow late on Sars held on.An Aiden McCormack goal with two minutes left was enough to see Sars safely through to another county final on a final score of 2-20 to 1-17. After the game Tommy Maher of Sarsfields managment team said it was “pure hurling”.In the second game Drom Inch and Nenagh finished Drom 2-12 to Nenaghs 1-15 and in extra time Nenagh pulled away to win 1-20 to 2-16.It was a titanic struggle and the game looked set to go to a replay but Nenagh won the day in the end.Afterwards Nenagh Eire Og manager Liam Heffernan said it was great to beat one of the favourites for the county in a tight game.In the county football championship semi finals Clonmel Commercials and Moyle Rovers qualified for the county final. Commercials defeated Aherlow Gaels in a tight game on a final score of  0-9 to 0-5Moyle Rovers beat Arravale Rovers on a 2-15 to 1-14 scoreline.The final will take place next weekend.last_img

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