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*Tubber’s Blaine Earley. Photograph: Ruth Griffin

Ogonnelloe caused a big shock in this weekend’s Clare IHC as both St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield and Tubber recorded successive wins.

Second string outfits impressed with Sixmilebridge upsetting Corofin while Inagh/Kilnamona despite losing three players to their senior side, managed to earn a draw against Bodyke.

Ogonnelloe shock Tulla

Ogonnelloe 1-16
Tulla 0-14
Venue: Glenomra Park, Broadford

Rory Skelly contributed 1-5 as Ogonnelloe caused a big surprise when defeating a fancied Tulla side in this intermediate championship first round game at Broadford on Saturday.

Ahead by three points at half time when the score was 0-10 to 0-7, they held the lead throughout the second half and they were nine points clear, 1-15 to 0-9, at the three quarter stage.

Tulla rallied but Ogonnelloe finished as deserving winners on a day when Gearoid Sheedy, Colm Quinn and Brian O’Meara also impressed.

Tulla will be disappointed with their wides tally, particularly in the first half while the loss of inter county man David McInerney to injury at the end of the opening half was a huge blow.

Ogonnelloe: Bob Dreelan; Thomas Condon, Sean Kikkers, Brian O’Mara; Adam Sheedy, Colm Quinn (0-2), Peter English; Aaron Fitzgerald Bradley (0-1), Dan Cunnane (0-1); Mark Walsh, Henry Vaughan (0-2), Rory Skelly (1-5); Cian Fitxgerald Bradley, Barry Kiely (0-2), Gearoid Sheedy (0-2)

Subs: Adam Cunnane (0-1) for Walsh; Fergal Collins for A Ftzgerald-Bradley; Liam Hart for Kiely;

Tulla: Daniel Vaughan; Liam McInerney, Paul Lynch, Fergal Kearney; Sean Torpey, David McInerney, Kevin Conlon; David Meehan, Tony Leyden; Darragh Corry (0-1), Conor Murphy, Jimmy O’Gorman (0-2); Sean Withycombe (0-7), Niall Bolton, Dan Withycombe (0-2)

Subs: Pauric Mulconry for D. McInerney (inj); William Halpin (0-2) for Bolton; Andrew Conheady; Ronan Molloy for O’Gorman;

Referee: Kieran Liddane (Sixmilebridge)

St. Josephs take control in second half

St. Josephs Doora/Barefield 2-14
Killanena 0-7
Venue: Dr Daly Park, Tulla

A strong second half showing helped St. Joseph’s Doora/Barefield to this comfortable victory over Killanena at Dr. Daly Park in Tulla on Saturday.

The first half was a poor affair and the game was secen minutes old before the first score came, Davy Conroy pointing a free for the winners who went on to lead 0-8 to 0-4 at the interval.

Conroy and Alan O’Neill from a penalty, scored goals in the second half for the Doora/Barefield men as they pulled away for victory.

St. Josephs: Paul Madden; Adam Mungovan, Jarlath Colleran, Darragh Nagle; Darragh McMahon, Alan O’Neill, Donal O’Halloran; Cian Lahiffe, Tom Hannan; Jack Hannan, Cian Barron, Brian Guilfoyle; Conor Tierney, Eoghan Thynne, Davy Conroy.

Subs; Fionn Kelleher for Nagle; Matthew Power for Guilfoyle (inj); Bruce Pigott for Tierney

Killanena; Todd Kelsey; Jamie Canny, Jason Keehan, Darren McMahon; Aidan McMahon, Tobias O’Mara, Michael Smyth; Donal Moloney, Darren Keehan; Martin Glynn, Ian MacNamara, Steve O’Brien; Gearoid Keane, Keith Smyth, Shane Broderick;

Subs: Diarmuid McMahon for D. Keehan; Ryan Keane for O’Mara

Referee: Johnnie Healy (Smith O’Briens)

Last minute goal gives Sixmilebridge victory

Sixmilebridge 4-11
Corofin 1-19
Venue: Clarecastle

Sean McNamara’s goal sealed victory for Sixmilebridge over Corofin in this
intermediate championship game played at Clarecastle on Saturday evening.

At the end of a high scoring contest the winners just one point to spare, their other goals having come from Luke O’Halloran, Tiernan Agnew and Jack Corry.

Corofin led by five points at half time, 1-9 to 0-7 with the goal coming from Kevin Keane. Corofin led throughout but ill be disappointed with the concession of a number of goals, particularly two early in the second half.

Sixmilebridge; Cian Hogan; Leon Kelly, Aidan Quilligan, Cathaoir Agnew; Cillian Custy, Kevn Lynch, Adam Breen; Colm Flynn (0-1), Sean McNamara(1-0); Sean Lynch (0-4), Luke O’Halloran(1-1), Ronan Tuohy; Tiernan Agnew(1-1), David Kennedy (0-1) Jack Corry (1-2)

Subs; Luke Keogh for Custy; Colin Kelly(0-1) for Breen; Gavin Whyte for Flynn; Flynn for Corry

Corofin: Darrren Malone; Shay Malone, Fionn Clancy, Marc O’Loughlin; Cillian McGroary, Killian O’Connor (0-1), Damian Ryan; Shane O’Brien, Gearoid Cahill; Mikey Kelly, Gearoid Kelly (0-12), Kevin Heagney; Jamie Malone, Diarmuid Cahill (0-4), Kevin Keane (1-2)

Sub: Eoin Davoran for O’Brien

Referee: Aaron Hogg (Clonlara)

Another big win for Tubber

Tubber 3-27
O’Callaghans Mills 0-13
Venue: Clarecastle

Tubber continued on their winning ways when they recorded a comfortable win over O’Callaghans Mills at Clarecastle on Sunday.

The North Clare side were well on their way to victory by the half way point when they led by fourteen points, 2-14 to 0-6, the goals coming from Domhnall McMahon and Senan Dunford.

Tubber continued to dominate the second half and they finished the game with their third goal which came from Clive Earley.

Tubber: Ronan Taaffe; Joey Droney, James Howard, Cathal Droney; Pappy Taaffe, Pat O’Connor, James Taaffe; Blaine Earley, Jonah Culligan; Lorcan O’Grady, Aidan McNamara, Domhnall McMahon; Clive Earley Senan Dunford, Ronan Monahan.

Subs: Aidan Forde for McMahon; Mark Earley for O’Connor; John Fawle for Monahan; Cathal Murray for Dunford;

O’Callaghans Mills; John Cooney; Keith Donnellan Adrian Donovan, Ronan Kelly; Stephen Donnellan, James McNamara, Rory McNamara; Darragh Moroney Michael McGrath; Jamie Keane, Barry Heffernan, Eoin McInerney; Mikey McMahon, Adrian Flaherty, Sean Murphy;

Subs: Chrsty Philpott for Heffernan; Henry McGrath for Keane

Referee; Ger Hoey (Killanena)

A winning start for Parteen

Parteen 3-26
Ruan 3-20
Venue: Fr Murphy Memorial Park, Newmarket-on-Fergus

In a high scoring tie at Newmarket, Parteen got their championship campaign off to a winning start when they accounted for Ruan on Sunday.

Scores came quickly in a tie which saw both sides enjoy periods of dominance.
Parteen were 2-11 to 1-12 ahead at the break and the teams continued to be evenly matched in the second half.

Jack Kirwan top scored for the winners with 1-11 to his credit, the goal coming from a penalty. Joe O’Connor got the South Clare side’s other two goals while the Ruan goals came from Aidan Lynch, substitute Jack Mc Donagh and Robin Mounsey.

Parteen: Alan Murnane; Kevin McGleenan, Phil Lavin, Damian Moloney (0-1); Gavin Rackard, Nathan Fox, Tom Collins; Darragh McDermott, Jack Kirwan; Shane Fox, Evan Fitzgerald, Joe O’Connor; Eoin Phelan, Martin Moroney, Daniel Cooney;

Subs; Gearoid Reddy for Cooney; Oisin Hickey for |O’Clnnor; Sen Connolly for Phelan; David Small for S. Fox; David Sullivan for Kirwann

Ruan: Keelan Mounsey; Michel Lyons, Colm Rice, Jason Power; Tom O’Halloran Ashley Brohan, Darragh McInerney; Ryan Power, Barry Heagney; Thomas O’Halloran, Robin Mounsey, Shane Punch; Alan Woodford, Aidan Lynch, Michael Barrow;

Subs: Killian Ryan for Brohan (inj); Jack McDonagh for Heagney; Patrick O’Gorman for Woodford

Referee; Aaron Hogg, Clonlara

Spoils shared between Bodyke & Inagh/Kilnamona

Inagh/Kilnamona 2-16
Bodyke 0-22
Venue: Fr Murphy Memorial Park, Newmarket-on-Fergus

A share of the spoils resulted when Inagh-Kilnamona and Bodyke clashed at Newmarket on Sunday. The sides were evenly matched throughout and they went to the break on level terms, 1-9 to 0-12.

They remained evenly matched in the second half with the led changing hands on a number of occasions before Inagh/Kilnamona hit the last score of the day.

Paddy Fitzgerald was in sparkling form landing 0-10, all from play, for Bodyke

Inagh/Kilnamona: Jack O’Connor; Mark Barry, Podge Devitt, Niall Glynn; Eoghan Foudy (0-2), Ricky Wynne, Colm Kearney; Dean Lynch, Sean Devitt (1-0); Keith Barry (0-4), Paul O’Looney (0-4), Shane Vaughan (1-1); Darragh Power (0-1), James Mc Conigley (0-3), Tomas Kelly (0-1);

Sub; Brian Foudy for Kelly

Bodyke: Seamus Quigley; Cormac Treacy, Tiernan Slattery, Eanna Doyle (0-1); Cathal Mc Kenna, Sean Wiley (0-2), Sean Cooney; Ian Murray, Thomas Wiley; Jamie O’Donnell (0-1), Seanie Doyle (0-7), Tomas Minogue (0-1); Paddy Fitzgerald (0-10), William Fitgerald, Jamie Howard;

Subs; Cathal Doyle for McKenna; Peter Flower for Minogue; Sean Browne for Howard.

Referee: Johnnie Healy (Smith O’Briens)

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