It’s going to be a big day at GAA headquarters on Sunday February 7th as Bennettsbridge and Glenmore bid for All Ireland honours.
Bennettsbridge are going for their second All Ireland in a row having won the Junior title last year.
They faced Clare champions Wolfe Tones in difficult conditions in Banagher in Offaly on Saturday on a final scoreline 15 points to 8.
Bennettsbridge will face Galway outfit Abbeyknockmoy in the final.
Brendan Hennessy spoke to Manager Christy Walsh and player Brian Lannon after the game.
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On Sunday, Glenmore had a good win over Cork side Dungourney in front of a big crowd in WIT’s Sports Campus.
3-10 to 1-11 was the final score with two Alan Murphy goals in the first half proving very important.
Cork were reduced to 13 men and never managed to get into the game to the level that Glenmore were and a third goal from Mark Aylward was the insurance they needed to see out the game. Dungourney did hit the net late on but it wasnt to be.
Glenmore will play Derry’s Eoghan Rua in the Junior All Ireland.