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Turloughmore cross the Bridge

Wednesday, 5th December, 2018 10:47am
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Turloughmore cross the Bridge

Jamie Holland wins possession for Turloughmore U21.

Turloughmore cross the Bridge

Jamie Holland wins possession for Turloughmore U21.

A LAST minute Conor Walsh free that ended up in the back of the net was the game’s decisive score as Turloughmore eventually saw off the Clarinbridge challenge and advanced to the delayed 2017 U-21 Hurling Championship decider following a cracking semi-final on Sunday.

Played in dreadful conditions as the rain and wind were almost unrelenting for the duration, the winners did their best work in the second half, as they reined in a five-point deficit to level the match and send the contest to extra-time.

Matters all started off so differently as Clarinbridge looked by far the busier outfit in the early exchanges as they built up an early three-point lead, before a smashing Sean Loftus goal got Turloughmore back into the game.

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