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All the results and reports from Day 3 of the 2023 Cumann na mBunscol hurling and camogie finals

Cumann na mBunscol hurling 2023

The 2023 Cumann na mBunscol hurling and camogie championships has come to an end and what a day it was.

In all, there were eight finals down for decision and there were some brilliant encounters.

Undoubtedly, the stars of the show on the day with two midfielders with Gaelscoil Shli Dala.

Fionnan Ó Giollagáin and Seaic Ó hUiginn scored 10-9 between them as they romped to victory over Mayo.

There were five other finals on the day and they all produced different winners.

Rathdowney, Abbeyleix, Knock, Clonaghadoo and Mountrath were all victorious.

Check out the results and links to the reports below:

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Roinn 1 Camogie Shield
Rathdowney 5-7 Holy Family 3-1 – See Report Here

Roinn 3 Hurling Championship
Knock 9-8 Ballinakill 4-3 – See Report Here

Roinn 6 Hurling Championship
Abbeyleix 3-4 Holy Family 1-1 – See Report Here

Roinn 4 Camogie Shield
Clonaghadoo 7-12 Ballinakill 1-4 – See Report Here

Roinn 5 Hurling Championship
Slí Dála 12-11 Mayo 2-6 – See Report Here

Roinn 2 Camogie Shield
Mountrath 12-2 Errill 9-2 – See Report Here 

SEE ALSO – Check out all our Cumann na mBunscol coverage here

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