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Results

TUESDAY 28 MAY.

Tully Bookmakers Challenge Cup first round: 

Trim Cel 4 Newtown 2.

WEDNESDAY 29 MAY.

Div 3B:        

Millmount OFF Boyne Harps 2nds.                               

THURSDAY 30 MAY.

Kilmessan Shield: 

Bay FC 3 Moneymore 1.

O’Neill Shield: 

Kilmessan 2nds OFF OMP 2nds.                                    

O’Neills Sports Div 1:   

Kentstown 0 Carrick 3;       

Hazel Lane 3 Torro 2,

Div 3A: 

Bohermeen 2 Robinstown 1.

Div 3B:        

Duleek 2nds 5 Rathkenny 0.                                

Div 4A:                                   

Johnstown 2nds 3 BJD Cel 3.                                                                      

FRIDAY 31 MAY,

Tully Bookmakers Challenge Cup first round: 

Parkvilla 4 Trim Town 1

Kilmessan Shield: 

Redeemer Cel 3 Oldcastle 2.

Prem Div: 

Duleek 0 Boyne Harps 2;                                    

Rock Cel 8 Ardee Cel 0                                     

Div 2: 

Donacarney 4 Johnstown 0.                                      

Div 3A: 

Kells Cel 4 Kilmessan 2.   

Div 3B:        

Glenmuir 1 Abbey Cel 1.                                     

Div 4A:                                   

Fordrew 2 Castle Villa 3.                                     

Div 4B: 

Rossin 2 Bohermeen 2nds 5;

Square 2nds 1 Lourdes Cel 0.    

SATURDAY 1 JUNE,                                                                 

O’Neill Shield: 

Kilmessan 2nds OFF OMP 2nds;                                      

Trim Cel 2nds 6 Kentstown 2nds 0.

Div 3A:       

Torro 2nds OFF Parkvilla 2nds.                                    

Div 4A:                                   

Electro Cel 2nds 2 Newtown 2nds 4                                  

Div 4B: 

Chord Cel 2nds 2 Donacarney 2nds 1.                               

SUNDAY 2 JUNE,

Prem Div: 

Trim Cel OFF Newfoundwell.                                   

Div 2: 

Chord Cel 3 Bailieboro 1.                                         

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