2022 Premier Junior Hurling

Super championship - two semi finals to ET - would have to fancy Ballygiblin to win it out now but their dual involvement carries obvious dangers. Two AI JH finalists from last 3 years, this was the final imo.

Not surprised at Tracton getting job done v Kilbrittan, eventually, thought they had gone back a bit this year, they were in a very soft group, and had one or two injuries, I presume Maurice Sexton didn't play after that receiving that horrible injury v Barryroe?
 
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Super championship - two semi finals to ET - would have to fancy Ballygiblin to win it out now but their dual involvement carries obvious dangers.

Not surprised at Tracton getting job done v Kilbrittan, eventually, thought they had gone back a bit this year, they were in a very soft group, and had one or two injuries, I presume Maurice Sexton didn't play after that receiving that horrible injury v Barryroe?
He played the whole game but didn’t really do much . Fair play to him for fronting up in fairness . Very impressed with tracton the way they won that game will bring huge belief to them as a group. Ronan Walsh has to be up there with the top scorers ever in cork club hurling . What a player .
 
The finals of the PJHC on Saturday 19 October 2022, it seems to be a standalone fixture .

Hard one to call Ballygiblin to edge it perhaps . Tracton coach Frank Hickey quoted in the examiner saying their squad have great togetherness so Tracton as usual would be a tough team to beat . Could well go to extra time again.
 

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