Baltinglass 1-13 Tinahely 1-9
Baltinglass won their 23rd Wicklow SFC title and first since 2016 despite being down to 14 men for the closing stretch of today's final against Tinahely.
Alan Dillon's goal had put Tinahely, appearing in their first decider since winning in 1984, into an early 1-02 to 0-04 lead but Patrick Burke hit the net before half-time to give Baltinglass a 1-07 to 1-05 interval advantage.
Baltinglass pulled clear, with full-forward Adam McHugh in fine form, and despite losing John Murray to a straight red in the 50th minute, they were able to close out victory.
BALTINGLASS: M Jackson (0-2f); J Murray (0-1), K Murphy, C Lee; P Burke (1-1), B Cullen, T Burke; M English, S Doody; S Heaslip, J Keogh (0-1f); J Kennedy (0-1), D Kelly (0-1f), A McHugh (0-4), J McGrath (0-2).
Subs: J Deans for S Heaslip, P Burke for J Kennedy.
TINAHELY: A Nolan; C Hatton, M Byrne, N Mulhall; K Mulhall (0-1), S Hogan (0-1), B Hickey; W Dillon, B Walsh; R Stokes (0-2f), E Darcy (0-2), C McDonald (0-1); M Ging, A Dillon (1-1), P O'Rourke.
Subs: J Hedderman for B Walsh, W Quaile (0-1) for K Mulhall, J Cush for M Ging, E Byrne for W Dillon. T Darcy for P O’Rourke.
Referee: G Whelan