Carbery Rangers advanced to the semi-final of the Munster senior club football championship after a convincing ten-point win over Limerick champions Monaleen at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick this afternoon. The final score was 2-11 to 0-7.
They will take on the yet-to-be-crowned Waterford county champions at a Cork venue in the Munster semi-final. For a full report on and analysis of the Rosscarbery side’s win over Monaleen, get your copy of this week’s Southern Star – in the shops on Thursday, November 3rd.
Also, we will be reporting on the Bandon hurlers’ defeat by Waterford champions Lismore by 2-20 to 1-12 in the Munster club intermediate hurling championship quarter-final at Cloughduv this afternoon. Fresh from their Waterford county final victory over Dunhill on Friday night, the Déise champs were much sharper and Bandon were chasing the game throughout.
Meanwhile, on the home front, the South West Junior D football championship final between Ballinascarthy and Kilmeen was postponed as a mark of respect following the death of a former Carbery GAA Board chairman for several years, Denis McCarthy of Ballygurteen, who was also a well-known member of the Kilmeen Drama Group. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam uasal dílis.