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Ulster success at Féile na nGael

July 8th, 2013

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Over the weekend many of Ulster’s finest young hurlers travelled to Limerick for the annual Feile na nGael Under 14 Hurling tournament. The fine weather led to excellent hurling conditions and the skills of the game were displayed at a very high level throughout Limerick.

The weekend commenced with all visiting teams meeting and playing against their host club on the Friday afternoon. These games were followed by a colourful parade of 5,000 participants from the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick to the city centre.

Saturday morning saw a the group stages of the six hurling and five camogie divisions being played with Quarter and semi final games played on Saturday evening.

The event finals were played on the Sunday at Mungret GAA Club and Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.

Ulster teams had a particularly successful weekend with a total of six teams playing in Finals. Congratulations to all the teams that participated and in particular divisional winners O’Donovan Rossa, Antrim (Div 2), Ballinascreen, Derry (Div 3) and Monaghan Harps, Monaghan (Div 5)

Limerick Féile na nGael Final 2013 Results
Division 1 Ballyboden St. Enda’s Dublin 4-02 Douglas Cork 0-04
Division 2 O Donovan Rossa Antrim 1-08 St. Rynagh’s Offaly 1-07
Division 3 Ballinscreen Derry 2-08 Old Christians Limerick 1-05
Division 4 Easkey Sligo 1-10 Buncrana Donegal 3-02
Division 5 Monaghan Harps Monaghan 6-04 Lisbellaw Femanagh 3-05
Division 6 St. Patrick’s 4-04 Naomh Monnine Louth 3-04.

Limerick Féile na nGael Camogie Final 2013 Results
Division 1 Dicksboro Kilkenny 3-02 Nenagh Eire Og Tipperary 1-01
Division 2 Galtir Waterford 5-05 Portaferry Down 0-03
Division 3 Raharney Westmeath 2-03 Balinteer St.John’s Dublin 1-02
Division 4 Ballina Tipperary 4-03 Na Piarsaigh Limerick 0-02
Division 5 Kilmaley Clare 3-03 Eire Og Clare 0-02.

Pictured are members of the O Donovan Rossa Belfast team at the jersey launch ahead of their 2013 All-Ireland Feile campaign.