The St. Michaels / Nobber lads made safe their place in the semi-final of the O'Reilly & Co Solicitors U-15 FL in Carlanstown but only after surviving an almighty scare from Carnaross in this division 5 quarter final encounter.
This result had different implications for the two teams involved, with confirmation that Curraha are relegated and will play Division 2A in 2023 while for Dunshaughlin it meant securing 2nd place, promotion to Division 1A and the bonus of a place in the final against Trim in two-week's time.
St. Michaels greater scoring threat eventually proved the difference as they booked a place in the division 2A final with Syddan when they overcame Meath Hill's stubborn challenge in a captivating and intense final round match in balmy Meath Hill last evening.
Skryne were minus a number of key players in this evening's A League encounter against Navan O'Mahonys with Darragh Campion, Padraig Finnerty and Mark Batts away while the 2 Johnnies (O'Regan and Finnerty) were busy cramming for their Phys/Chem or Accountancy exams.
This committee will come back with a recommendation to management and the county committee as soon as possible, chairman John Kavanagh told delegates at last night's county board gathering in Dunganny.
THE publication of the dates, times and venues for games in the group stages of the football and hurling championships by the CCC came in for warm praise from a number of delegates at last night's county committee meeting.