*David Conroy clears his lines. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill A strong second half showing proved decisive as St. Joseph’s Doora/Barefield deservingly advanced to the Munster intermediate hurling championship semi-final when accounting for Causeway, Kerry on Saturday afternoon.
*St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield manager, Michael Guilfoyle. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill ANGER HAS BEEN VOICED by both St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield and Corofin managements over a thirty five minute delay to the start of their intermediate hurling semi-final on Sunday.
*Alan O’Neill finished with 1-02 despite starting at wing-back. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill ST JOSEPH’S DOORA/BAREFIELD are back in the final of the intermediate hurling championship for the second year in a row after withstanding a fierce challenge from Corofin on Sunday evening.
*Ex Newmarket-on-Fergus hurler recorded a hole in one at Dromoland. Photograph: Veronica McMahon Recording a hole in one on any golf course is a rare achievement and generally leads to some excitement, there clearly was great excitement at Dromoland last week when not one, not two but three holes in one were recorded.
t Joseph’s Doora/Barefield deservedly returned to the last four of the Intermediate Championship but it was far from a comfortable journey after being pushed all the way by a never-say-die Bodyke in Dr. Daly Park in Tulla on Saturday evening.
*Michael Stritch attempts to clear his lines. Photograph: John Mangan Clonlara were not deterred by the concession of two first half goals as they overcame St Josephs Doora/Barefield to progress to the semi-finals of the Clare U21 A hurling championship.