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Rathdowney-Errill lay down championship marker as strong second half sees them past Camross challenge

Ross King

Camross 1-17 Rathdowney-Errill 0-28 Senior Hurling Championship Group B Round 1 Championship favourites Rathdowney-Errill are off to a winning start in this year’s SHC following an eight point win over Camross in O’Moore Park this evening. Shane Keegan’s charges were level at half time but a blistering second half saw them flex their muscles. Ross…


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