When the Dublin manager sits down this week to fill out his team sheet for Sunday’s Leinster semi-final against Westmeath, it will be the first time that he will not select Diarmuid Connolly for a championship outing. Last Thursday it was confirmed that Dublin were opting to draw a line under the saga that had flared since Connolly’s altercation with linesman Ciaran Branagan in Portlaoise earlier this month.
7:25PM · WEDNESDAY Evening all and welcome along to our coverage of tonight’s Bord Gáis Energy Leinster U21 hurling semi-finals in Wexford and Mullingar. 7:28PM · WEDNESDAY Here’s tonight’s fixtures, we’ll be keeping a close eye on the clash between Kilkenny and Westmeath. 7:32PM · WEDNESDAY Carlow 0-1 Wexford 0-11 mins – Points traded early on by Carlow’s Kevin McDonald and Wexford’s Sam Kelly.
THERE WAS TO be no repeat of last year’s shock result but Kilkenny still had to endure a tough examination before emerging from TEG Cusack Park in Mullingar tonight with a place in the Bord Gáis Energy Leinster U21 hurling final. A ten-point margin at the end flattered Eddie Brennan’s side as they were only three points ahead with three minutes left on the clock of this semi-final clash.
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