Majestic Horgan in flying form for the Glen

Cork senior hurler Patrick Horgan was on fire for Glen Rovers against Courcey Rovers in the RedFM SHL though the game ended level following a thrilling encounter.

The influential Cian Lordan found the net twice for Courceys while Vincent Hurley also raised a green flag for them in the 3-15 to 1-21 draw.

However, it was Horgan that lit up the game registering 1-13 including 1-8 in open play. The sides were also level at half-time 0-11 to 1-8 with Courceys scoring the first goal of the match.

Gary Minihane also scored 0-7 for Courceys with 0-5 from frees.

Glen, however, subsequently lost 2-22 to 3-18 against Newtownshandrum on Sunday despite Horgan’s efforts. Newtown led 0-12 to 1-8 at half-time. Ryan Clifford scored a total of 2-10 with 0-5 from frees.

Jamie Coughlan, recently returned from injury, scored 0-4, Donagh Stack 0-3 while Mattie Ryan (0-1 free), James Bowles, John Paul King, Michael Thompson and Jerry Lane got 0-1 each.

Ballymartle defeated St Finbarr’s 0-16 to 0-11. Daniel O’Leary, Brian Corry and Darren McCarthy slotted over 0-4 each for Ballymartle.

Ian Lordan was equally impressive for The Barrs, scoring 0-4.

Meanwhile, Midleton recorded a six-point triumph over Bishopstown away, winning 4-18 to 3-15.

Pa White scored 3-1 for Midleton. Luke O’Farrellalso scored 1-2 while Conor Lehane registered 0-9.Midleton led 1-13 to 1-8 at the interval.

Shane O’Neill and Patrick Cronin were excellent for Bishopstown, however.

Killeagh overcame Erin’s Own last night 5-12 to 1-17.

Killeagh were 3-7 to 1-7 to the good at half-time.

Joe Deane and Michael Byrne both scored two goals each and Andy Walsh plundered another for the Killeagh men.

Brendan Barry, Padraig O’Brien and Daniel Walsh figured prominently for the victors. Eoghan Murphy registered 1-6 for Erin’s Own while Mossie Carroll, Mark Collins (0-2) and Alan Bowen excelled.


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