Seamus O'Tuama - Columnist - IRISH EXAMINER

SEAMUS O'TUAMA: Michael Harrington to face Seán O’Meara after Shannonvale win

Michael Harrington beat Seán Murphy by two bowls at Shannonvale to advance to the Munster Intermediate quarter-final.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: Riordan makes move in Munster intermediate championship

Donal Riordan bowled brilliantly at Bauravilla to advance at the expense of Donncha O’Brien in the Munster intermediate championship.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: Strong finish powers Carey to clash with O’Donovan

Nicholas Carey secured the first win of the 2017 Munster Intermediate championship after a strong finish against PJ Cooney at Ballincurrig.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: Wilmot sees off Murphy in great battle at Ballinacurra

Denis Wilmot beat Denis Murphy by almost a bowl in a great Mid-Cork Junior A quarter-final at Ballinacurra, writes Séamus Ó Tuama.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: Jerry Gibbons lifts Barrett Cup after scorching effort

Jerry Gibbons scorched past the line in 12 throws to win the Bill Barrett Cup final over Tim Young at Caheragh.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: Aidan Murphy and Cathal Toal stay in hunt for Joe McVeigh Cup

Aidan Murphy and Cathal Toal secured their places in next month’s Joe McVeigh Cup semi-final following good wins on the Newtownhamilton Road at Tassagh, Armagh on Sunday.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: James O’Donovan gets huge boost ahead of cup score

James O’Donovan beat Aidan Murphy by a bowl at Béal na mBláth to get a significant confidence boost ahead of his Joe McVeigh Cup qualifier against David Murphy next Saturday.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: O’Brien emerges victorious from Bauravilla battle

Donncha O’Brien finished strongly to advance at the expense of Denis O’Driscoll in the John-Joe Murphy Cup at Bauravilla.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: Road Bowling: Toal digs deepest to advance to Ulster final

Cathal Toal secured his place in the Ulster final of the Joe McVeigh Cup qualifier for the Ból-Fada with a line-to-line win over Bryan O’Reilly and Eddie Carr.

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SEAMUS O'TUAMA: O’Donovan lays down marker with superb display

James O’Donovan is the first name on the Willie Whelton Cup after a sensational performance saw him beat All-Ireland champion Thomas Mackle by three bowls of odds at Grange.

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