Weekend Action Decides Senior Hurling Finalists in Offaly, Laois & Westmeath

Shinrone will play in the Offaly decider for the first time since 1960.

The final pairings are set for the Offaly, Laois and Westmeath Senior hurling finals after the weekend GAA action.

In Offaly, Shinrone are in the final for the first time in 62 years after two late goals ensured a dramatic win against Belmont on Saturday evening. (2-18 v 0-23)

Shinrone Manager Trevor Fletcher has been reflecting on what they've achieved with Midlands 103's Joe Troy:

They'll face Kilcormac-Killoughey in the final after a five-point win over Birr yesterday. (1-19 v 0-17)

K-K Manager Shane Hand spoke to Joe Troy after yesterday's clash:

In Laois, Clough-Ballacolla's efforts for the three-in-a-row remain strong.

They beat Castletown in the semi-finals yesterday by 2-21 to 1-14.

Clough-Ballacolla Manager Declan Laffan spoke to Pat O'Sullivan after the game:

Our coverage was with thanks to Solas Garden Centre, Portarlington.

Meanwhile, Camross are back in the final for the first time since 2018 after a two-point win over Rathdowney-Errill. (1-23 v 2-18)

Camross Manager David Cuddy also spoke to Pat O'Sullivan after the game:

In Westmeath, Castletown-Geoghegan overcame Raharney by 1-19 to 0-15 to set up a final with Clonkill.

Castletown-Geoghegan Manager Alan Mangan was pleased with their second half performance, when speaking with Gerry Russell after the game:

All three Senior hurling finals are scheduled for Sunday week, October 2nd.


Elsewhere in Offaly, Tullamore will play Senior A hurling next year after beating Clara in the Senior B Final by 3-9 to 0-9.

Meanwhile in Westmeath, St Oliver Plunkett's needed penalties to overcome St Brigid's in the Senior B Hurling Relegation Play-Off.

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