REIGNING LEINSTER CHAMPIONS Oulart-The-Ballagh cruised past St Rynagh’s and into the provincial semi-final today.
They did so without a number of key players, with Keith Rossiter and Nicky Kirwan ruled out through injury, while they lost Eoin Moore due to concussion in the first-half.
Veteran Paul Roche compounded matters by picking up a straight red card on 32 minutes.
Despite all that, Oulart were comfortable throughout, running away as 10-point winners. After 18 minutes they were in front by 1-4 to 0-2 thanks a goal from minor star Murtha Doyle.
The Wexford kingpins led by nine at half-time and a late goal from Martin Og Storey wrapped up the 2-13 to 0-9 victory.
St Mullins joined Oulart in the last four after their 2-14 to 1-11 win over Raharney.
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Marty Kavanagh played a starring role as the Carlow outfit rallied back from a five-point deficit on 18 minutes to run out six point winners.
After Robbie Greville’s goal midway through the half, St Mullins hit five straight scores to leave matters level at half-time.
James Doyle and Kavanagh found the net for the victors after the break as they stunned their Westmeath counterparts.
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