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Intermediate Football Q/Finals

Intermediate Football Championship Quarter Finals

Its down to the last eight in the championship this weekend starting on Saturday in Tuam Stadium where Dunmore MacHales meet Oranmore-Maree in Tuam Stadium at 5.00, the MacHales were undefeated in the  group beating Menlough 1-16 to 1-10, Cortoon-Shamrocks 3-12 to 1-12 and Oilean Árann by two points 2-15 to 2-13.Matthew Reddington  is their leading scorer on 1-23.

Oranmore –Maree beat St Gabriels by 1-19 to 1-11 and Corofin by 1-12 to 10 and drew with Kilconly on a scoreline of 1-14 to 2-11 with Mark Ronaldson their top marksman with 1-17.

The other three games are on Sunday with two in Pearse Stadium, Oughterard against Caltra at 3.00 and Kilconly against Micheál Breathnach at 4.45. Oughterard were joint leaders of group ‘A’ having one win and drawn two, they beat Breathnach’s by 1-14 to 3-6 and drew with Clifden 0-9 each and with Kilkerrin-Clonberne 0-16 each. Matthew Tierney on 1-12 is their leading scorer.                        Caltra despite a slow start have made the last eight  with wins over Williamstown 1-9 to 0-10 and Carna Caiseal 4-13 to 1-11 after  having lost their opening against Headford by 0-4 to 3-13 and their top marksmen are Cathal Mannion 3-4 and Shaun Keane on 1-10.

Kilconly were joint leaders in group 3 with wins over Corofin 2-11 to 2-5 and St Gabriels 5-17 to 1-11 and draw against Oranmore –Maree 2-11 to 1-14, Michael Murphy with 1-11 is their top scorer to date.

Micheál Breathnach defeated Kilkerrin-Clonberne 2-11 to 0-10 and Clifden 2-17 to 1-14 and lost to Oughterard on a scoreline of 3-6 to 1-14 with Rónán Mac Donnacha having scored 1-9

The other quarter final is on in Tuam Stadium at 2.45 with Headford and Cortoon-Shamrocks fighting for a semi-final spot, Headford have full points with wins over Caltra 3-13 to 0-4,Carna Caiseal 1-13 to 0-10 and Williamstown 1-16 to 2-6, Niall Meenaghan has scored 1-15 to date

Cortoon Shamrocks beat Menlough by 3-14 to 2-7 drew with Oileán Árann 1-7 to 0-10 and lost to Dunmore MacHales 1-12 to 3-12, Joe Donnellan with 0-11 tops their scoring charts

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