Feile Hurling Fixtures This Weekend
The 'A' Quarter finals and Semi finals take place on Saturday, and the fixtures are as follows. Bishopstown v Douglas @ Bishopstown, 12/30 pm (Pitch 1) St. Finbarrs v Glen Rovers @ Bishopstown, 12/30 pm (Pitch 2) Na Piarsaigh v Sarsfields @ Coachford, 12.15 pm (Pitch 1) Midleton v St Vincents @ Coachford, 12.15 pm (Pitch 2) Semi Final Bishopstown or Douglas V Glen Rovers or St. Finbarrs @ Bishopstown, 1.30 pm (Pitch 2) Na Piarsaigh or Sarsfields V Midleton or St. Vincents @ Coachford, 1.15 pm (Pitch 1) 'B' Semi Finals Lisgoold v Whitechurch @ Cobh, 12.00 Noon Kilbrittain v Bride Rovers @ Ballincollig, 12.00 Noon (Pitch 2) PLEASE NOTE Games at the Semi Finals will be 15 minutes a side. In the event of a draw extra time of 5 minutes aside to be played. If teams are still level following extra time the game will continue with the next score deciding the outcome. Finals: Sunday 21/04/’13 • B Final @ 5.30 pm @ Pairc Ui Rinn, weather permitting • A Final @ 6.30 pm @ Pairc Ui rinn, weather permitting PLEASE NOTE Both Finals will be 20 minutes a side. In the event of a draw extra time of 5 minutes aside to be played. If teams are still level following extra time the game will continue with the next score deciding the outcome. (Replays if Required on 28/04/2013)
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