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Club round-up: football county finals

Updated: Monday, 21 Oct 2013 09:36 | Comments

Dr Crokes continue their domination of the club scene in Kerry Dr Crokes' Colm Copper scores a goal despite the attention of Kerry team-mate Kieran Donaghy of Austin Stacks
Dr Crokes continue their domination of the club scene in Kerry Dr Crokes' Colm Copper scores a goal despite the attention of Kerry team-mate Kieran Donaghy of Austin Stacks

Dr Crokes coasted to their fourth Kerry Senior Football Championship title in a row with a 4-16 to 0-12 win over Austin Stacks in Killarney.

The champions led by 1-11 to 0-06 at half-time with Colm Cooper finding the back of the net.

Early second-half goals from Chris Brady, Kieran O’Leary and Daithí Casey put the result beyond doubt.

Ireland international rules captain Michael Murphy scored a first-half penalty in Glenswilly’s 3-19 to 2-06 win over Killybegs in Donegal.

Neil Gallagher and Ciaran Bonner also registered majors as Gary McDaid’s men ran out 16-point winners in MacCumhail Park.

In Meath Summerhill staged a late rally to claim the Keegan Cup with victory over Na Fianna, 1-13 to 1-10

Both sides scored early goals but Summerhill led by three points at the break.

The teams were level with five minutes to play, but points from Richie Hatton and Adrian Kenny saw the 2011 champions over the line.

Portlaoise won a record-breaking seventh Laois title in a row with a narrow win over Arles Killeen in O’Moore Park.

Craig Rogers scored a penalty and Kevin Fitzpatrick also raised a green flag for the reigning champions.

Ireland international and Carlton player Zach Tuohy made a late appearance as a substitute helping the county town side to a 2-08 to 1-08 win.

Two stoppage-time points from Paul Devlin saw Kilcoo beat rivals Burren to the Down title in a low-scoring affair in Páirc Esler.

The sides were level on seven points apiece approaching the end of normal time before Devlin’s brace won it for the defending champions.

In Armagh Crossmaglen were again crowned champions after a 0-17 to 0-08 win over St Patrick’s Cullyhanna at the Athletic Grounds. 

It was Rangers fourth SFC title in a row.

Ballinacourty claimed the honours in Waterford with a seven-point win over Stradbally, 0-12 to 0-05.

In Limerick, Dromcollogher-Broadford saw off the challenge of Monaleen on a 2-09 to 2-07 scoreline.

Reigning champions Mount Leinster Rangers accounted for St Mullin's, 1-20 to 0-11, in Carlow.

In the first round of the Ulster Club Championship, Ballinderry of Derry beat Tyrone’s Clonoe by 0-14 to 0-10.

RESULTS

Armagh SFC final

Crossmaglen 0-17 v St Patrick's Cullyhanna 0-08

Down SFC final

Kilcoo 0-09 Burren 0-07

Donegal SFC final

Glenswilly 3-19 Killybegs 2-06

Kerry SFC final

Dr Crokes 4-16 Austin Stacks 0-12

Laois SFC final

Portlaoise 2-08 Arles-Killeen 1-08

Limerick SFC final

Dromcollogher-Broadford 2-09 Monaleen 2-07

Meath SFC final

Summerhill 1-13 Na Fianna 1-10

Waterford SFC final

Ballinacourty 0-12 Stradbally 0-05

Ulster Club Championship first round

Ballinderry (Derry) 0-14 Clonoe (Tyrone) 0-10

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