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Fixture details confirmed for 2023 Cumann na mBunscol hurling and camogie finals

Cumann na mBunscol Finals

The Cumann na mBunscol hurling and camogie finals return to O’Moore Park next week and 22 games are down for decision.

The finals will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday next week with the action getting underway at 10am each day.

The O’Moore Park pitch will be split in two for double games cumbwith half of the games at the Town End and the other on the Abbeyleix side.

A total of 27 schools from across the county will compete over the three days.

With Emo National School leading away as they will appear in four finals on Wednesday.

Holy Family, Rath and Abbeyleix will appear in three while Clough, Castletown, Derrylamogue, Killanure, Camross, Ballyfin, Mountrath and Ballinakill are in two.

We will be in O’Moore Park over the three days where we will have reports from each of the matches.

We will also have pictures and results round up each evening after the games.

You can check out the fixtures below:


Roinn 2 Hurling Shield
Cullohill v Portarlington at 10am

Roinn 1 Hurling Championship
Clough v Castletown at 11am

Roinn 4 Camogie Championship
Clough v Derrylamogue at 12pm

Roinn 2 Camogie Championship
Paddock v Killanure at 12pm

Roinn 6 Camogie Championship
Abbeyleix v Castletown at 1pm

Roinn 3 Hurling Shield
Derrylamogue v Killanure at 1pm

Roinn 1 Camogie Championship
Camross v Abbeyleix at 2pm

Roinn 2 Hurling Shield
Camross v Killadooley at 3pm


Roinn 3 Camogie Championship
Killenard v Emo at 10am

Roinn 2 Hurling Championship
Emo v Ballyfin at 11am

Roinn 6 Hurling Shield
Rath v Emo at 12pm

Roinn 4 Hurling Championship
Ballyroan v Mountrath at 12pm

Roinn 5 Camogie Shield
Ballyfin v Rath at 1pm

Roinn 6 Camogie Shield
Holy Family v Emo at 1pm

Roinn 4 Hurling Shield
Rath v Timahoe at 2pm

Roinn 5 Hurling Shield
Trumera v Shanahoe/Ballacolla at 2pm


Roinn 1 Camogie Shield
Rathdowney v Holy Family at 10am

Roinn 3 Hurling Championship
Ballinakill v Knock at 11am

Roinn 6 Hurling Championship
A’leix v Holy Family at 11am

Roinn 4 Camogie Shield
Ballinakill v Clonaghadoo at 12pm

Roinn 5 Hurling Championship
Slí Dála v Mayo at 12pm

Roinn 2 Camogie Shield
Mountrath v Errill at 1pm

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Stradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016.