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ALL eyes will be on Cork and Wexford in the final game of Division One of the National League next weekend to determine who will meet the winners of Kilkenny or Tipperary in the League final.

Following Cork’s 0-15 to 0-5 victory over Limerick at Mallow yesterday, Wexford and Galway are on four points, Cork are on two but have a game on hand. However, if the Slaneysiders were to win, they would top the table and go through.

Emer Dillon back after a year out, Rachel Moloney and Una O’Donoghue bagged 0-3 each.

Elsewhere, Clare claimed their first points beating hapless Dublin 2-7 to 2-6 at Naomh Mearnog. However, the result has no bearing on the final pairings. Claire Commane and Sarah Ryan exchanged goals in a tight first half. Carina Roseingrave goaled again for Clare but a green flag from Alison Maguire was not enough for the Dubs.

Meanwhile, Loreto College Kilkenny – captained by centre back Grace Walsh, a sister to county star Tommy – defeated St Patrick’s Maghera to win the All Ireland junior A College’s title. Goals from Laura Fitzpatrick and Noelle Maher set them on their way.

In the junior B final, St Joseph’s Borrisoleigh boosted by goals from Nicole Walsh, Aoife Ryan, Julie Ann Burke, Michelle Ryan and Moira Ryan defeated  St Patrick’s Keady, 5-7 to 3-2.

Hazelwood College Dromcollogher won their first All Ireland C title, when the Limerick school overcame St Paul‘s Kilrea.




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