Senior Football Championship Semi Final Post Match Reaction
Ballingcollig and Carbery Rangers will contest the 2014 Senior Football Championship final in two weeks time. Ballincollig were the first side to book their place in the decider after beating Nemo Rangers in the first semi final at Pairc Ui Chaomh this afternoon. That finished 2-10 to 0-9. Carbery Rangers came from behind to beat Bishopstown 2-17 to 1-7 in the second game. Mark Dinan was at the games for Red FM Sport, he spoke with Ballincollig Manger Michael O’Brien and player Patrick Kelly, while Nemo Rangers Selector Colin Corkery gave the thoughts of the beaten side.
We also heard from Carbery Rangers Selector Johnny Murphy and player John Hayes after their win over Bishopstown.
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