Father O'Neill's Through To Munster Intermediate Hurling Championship Semi Final
Fr O' Neill's book their placed in the Munster Intermediate Hurling Championship Semi Final after beating Blackrock of Limerick, 2-19 1-20.
Billy Dunne and Declan Dalton scored the goals for Fr. O' Neill's in poor weather conditions in Kilfinane.
Fr. O'Neill's will now take on Broadford of Clare in Castletownroche after yesterday's triumph in Limerick.
Forward Declan Dalton says they pushed hard despite their struggles and told RedFM Sport their hard work paid off:
Speaking to Ciarán, boss Dave Colbert says it was a tough battle for the win, but he is proud of his players:
Fr. O' Neill's will take on Broadford on November 10th, at 1:30pm in Castletownroche.
Photo Credits: Fr. O'Neill's GAA Club.
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