Shamrock Gaels claim U21 title

Shamrock Gaels rounded off their season by claiming the Sligo U21 B Championship title yesterday.

They beat Eastern Harps by 1-16 to 0-12 in the final in Keash.

In the Ulster minor club championship, Donegal’s St Eunan’s beat Down side Burren by 1-7 to 0-7 in Belfast yesterday.

In Fermanagh, Erne Gaels lost out to Young Maguires in a high-scoring contest in the U21 Championship.

And in Leitrim, Glencar/Manor’s hurlers lost out to St Mary’s in the Dermot Molloy League Shield final.

Elsewhere, Cuala have become the first Dublin club to win back-to-back Leinster senior hurling titles.
They beat Kilcormac-Killoughey of Offaly by 14 points in Portlaoise.
Next up is an All-Ireland semi-final meeting with Liam Mellows after they caused a shock in the Galway hurling decider.
They beat Gort by 3 points for their first county title in 47 years.
The Waterford football championship also finally reached its conclusion yesterday, with Stradbally beating The Nire by a point in extra-time.
In Ladies Football, Carnacon of Mayo were crowned senior All-Ireland club champions after a two-point win over Mourneabbey of Cork.
The win gave the club and star forward Cora Staunton their sixth All-Ireland success


Dermot Molloy Hurling League Shield
Sun, 03 Dec, Venue: Carrick Hurling Club (St Marys), (Shield Final), Carrick Hurling Club (St Marys) 5-14 Glencar/Manorhamilton Hurling 0-9

U21 B Football Championship
Sun, 03 Dec, Venue: Fr. Kevin Brehony Park, (Final), Eastern Harps 0-12 Shamrock Gaels 1-16