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Club Junior & Intermediate Hurling Finals Fixed For Saturday
Saturday, 3rd December 2016: AIB Leinster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Final; Celbridge Kildare v Carrickshock Kilkenny, St Conleths Park, Newbridge, 2.00pm
Representatives from Kilkenny have dominated the AIB Leinster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship in recent seasons, but Celbridge are determined to buck the trend against Carrickshock at St Conleths Park this Saturday.
Not since an up-and-coming Mount Leinster Rangers team brought the title back to Carlow in 2011 has a Kilkenny side failed to join the Roll of Honour.
And Carrickshock, who previously won this championship in 2004, will be aiming to emulate the recent achievements of Bennetsbridge, Mullinavat, The Rower Inistioge and Clara this weekend.
Nevertheless, Celbridge have a formidable track record in both the Kildare and Leinster Championships. Beaten provincial finalists in 2010 and 2011 and semi-finalists in 2009 and 2013, they have earned the right to be respected as realistic contenders.
Since regaining the Senior crown in Kildare with a 0-17 to 1-8 defeat of Naas, they have overcome Raheny Dublin by 2-20 to 2-15 and Bray Emmets Wicklow by 0-15 to 0-13.
Carrickshock were relegated to the Intermediate grade in Kilkenny in 2015, but responded in emphatic fashion with a 0-13 to 0-6 defeat of Tullogher Rosbercon in this years county final. In their only subsequent outing, they beat Kiltale Meath by 2-12 to 2-9 in the Leinster semi-final.
Among the All-Ireland SHC medal winners in their squad are Richie and John Power, John Tennyson, Michael Rice and John Dalton, and other players with inter-county experience include former Offaly star David Franks.
Celbridge, however, wont be daunted by the challenge considering they have numerous experienced hurlers on their team who have lined out for the Lilywhites. When the county claimed the Christy Ring Cup two years ago, current stars Fiachra Muineachain, Niall Muineachain, Mark Moloney and Gerry Keegan were on the starting 15, while Keegan was recently chosen on the Irish team to face Scotland in the Shinty International. Current Kildare senior footballer, Fergal Conway, is another well-known member of their starting 15.
Saturday, 3rd December 2016: AIB Leinster Club Junior Hurling Championship Final; Mooncoin Kilkenny v Ratoath Meath, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny, 2.00pm