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Ballymac bow out of All-Ireland Championship

The All-Ireland journey is over for Ballymacarbry as they were soundly beaten by defending champions Kilkerrin Clonberne in awful weather conditions at Fraher Field this afternoon.

The Galway champions set the tone right from the off in this All-Ireland Semi-final and ran out 2-10 to 0-2 winners.
Ailish Morrissey finished with 1-3 while Chloe Miskell scored 1-1 for the visitors who used the ball well throughout.
Ballymac failed to score in the opening half as Kilkerrin kicked 1-5 in that opening period.
The Waterford champions got their opening score 30 seconds into the 2nd half as substitute Maeve Ryan blasted over from close range, Ryan also got Ballymac's second point as they battled right to the end.
Kilkerrin will now go on to defend their All-Ireland title in two weeks time at Croke Park. Monaghan's Donaghmoyne and Kilmacud Crokes of Dublin meet in the second semi-final tomorrow.
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