The Round 4 action in the Co. Senior hurling Championship continued today
Mount Sion got the better of Eastern rivals Portlaw
Sion held a 1-7 to 0-7 lead at the end of a fiesty first-half, with Stephen Roche netting the goal
Mount Sion pulled well clear in the second period, with the impact of their subs bench proving crucial, with Jordan Broaders getting 2-1, Cian O’ Regan and Evan Curran making vital contributions
Austin Gleeson finished with 11 points, DJ Foran was the stand out player for Portlw, he shot 7 points, 5 frees with Craig Fraher chipping in with two points
final score Mt. Sion 3-18 Portlaw 0-11
Nicholas Mackey is the Mt. Sion manager, he says it took them a while to get going
Nicholas says Sion are well capable of making an impact
Ballygunner eased to their fourth straight win with a comprehensive win over Abbeyside
The Gunners dominated from the off and ran out easy winners by 1-27 to 0-12
In last night’s action, Passage came back from five points down to beat Fourmilewater 1-13 to 1-9 in torrential rain at Fraher Field last night.
Stephen Lynch edged the Eastern side ahead in injury time before Liam Flynn struck a late goal.
Manager John Tracey said that his team showed great composure to take the spoils.
Eastern Junior Hurling Final
Ballydurn 2-11 Mount Sion 1-10
Eastern Intermediate Hurling Championship
Clonea 3-21 St Mollerans 2-9
Western Intermediate Hurling Championship
Ballysaggart 3-18 Shamrocks 0-11
Western Junior Hurling Championship
Tourin 1-17 Colligan 1-15
Senior Camogie Semi Final
Lismore 4-11 De La Salle 0-8