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Canning’s Portumna relegated | Austin sees red | Sars flying | Faythe departed | Not Cuala boola

Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney pore over the big results of the weekend in Club Talk: Hurling — as recent club winners suffer

Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney pore over the big results of the weekend in Club Talk: Hurling.

All-Ireland club champions Ballyhale Shamrocks continued their shaky start to the aseason with a nine-point defeat to O’Loughlin Gaels at the weekend.

It’s still early doors in Kilkenny, however, and it would be little surprise if TJ Reid and Co had a big say yet in the championship.

Club finalists Borris-Ileigh drew their first group game against Toomevara and built on that with a handy win over north Tipp neighbours Burgess this past weekend.

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Austin Gleeson saw the line as Mount Sion came up short against Peter Queally’s Roanmore, while Joe Canning’s Portumna go down to Senior B after a heavy loss to Castlegar.

2017 and 2018 All-Ireland club champions Cuala suffered a six-point loss to a talented Na Fianna side, while John Meyler’s St Martin’s are out of the Wexford championship.

Lee Chin’s Faythe Harriers — who are coached by Derek McGrath — will also have to wait another year after being dumped out by Shelmaliers.

Click play on the video at the top of the page for full analysis of the weekend’s club action.

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Selected results
Kilkenny SHC

O’Loughlin Gaels 2-21 Ballyhale Shamrocks 0-18

Bennettsbridge 3-16 Danesfort 1-17

Erins Own 3-16 Clara 1-12

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Dicksboro 0-24 Graigue-Ballycallan  0-13

Rower 0-18 Mullinavat 1-15

James Stephens 0-22 Tullaroan 0-18

Waterford SHC

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Dungarvan 6-18 Lismore 4-19

Roanmore 2-21 Mount Sion 0-17

Ballygunner 2-20 Passage 0-15

De La Salle 3-15 Abbeyside 1-15

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Waterford quarter-final draw

Passage v Roanmore

Ballygunner v Fourmilewater

De La Salle v Mount Sion

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Abbeycourty v Lismore

Wexford SHC

Glynn-Barntown 0-20 St Martin’s 1-11

Shelmaliers 0-22 Faythe Harriers 1-12

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Naomh Eanna 1-17 Ferns St Aidan’s 0-13

Oulart-The Ballagh 2-15 St Anne’s 1-12

Dublin SHC

Galway SHC

Loughrea 1-16 Cappataggle 1-12

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Tommy Larkins 1-11 Tynagh/Abbey/Duniry 0-10

Turloughmore 1-21 Oranmore-Maree 0-11

Liam Mellows 2-16 Clarinbridge 0-13

Castlegar 4-21 Portumna 1-18

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St Thomas’ 0-22 Sarsfields 1-18

Gort 1-21 Kinvara 0-14

Ardrahan 3-21 Athenry 0-18

Craughwell 2-24 Ballinderreen 4-11

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Mullagh 1-14 Padraig Pearses 0-15

Killimordaly 2-19 Beagh 0-13

Ahascragh/Fohenagh 2-20 Kilnadeema/Leitrim 1-19

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Tipperary SHC

Kiladangan 2-19 Roscrea 0-14

Holycross-Ballycahill 0-23 Eire Og Annacarty-Donohill 1-18

Drom-Inch 2-16 JK Brackens 1-15

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Clonoulty-Rossmore 1-22 Nenagh Eire Og 1-16

Kilruane MacDonaghs 3-21 Moycarkey-Borris 2-19

Borris-Ileigh 3-23 Burgess 1-14

Upperchurch-Drombane 3-17 Toomevara 1-23

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Thurles Sarsfields 2-28 Loughmore-Castleiney 0-25

Antrim SHC

Dunloy 0-17 Ballycastle 0-17

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Loughgiel 2-13 Cushendall 2-10

St Gall’s 2-17 Naomh Eanna 0-12

St John’s 0-18 O’Donovan Rossa 1-14

Clare SHC

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Ballyea 2-28 Clooney-Quin 0-11

O’Callaghans Mills 3-17 Crusheen 0-17

Broadford 0-17 Clonlara 0-15

Sixmilebridge 0-20 Whitegate 1-13

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Feakle 5-20 Clarecastle 2-12

Kilmaley 4-13 Wolfe Tones Shannon 1-17

Inagh-Kilnamona 1-21 Newmarket-on-Fergus 1-14

Cork SHC

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Na Piarsaigh 2-23 St Finbarr’s 0-17

Blackrock 2-26 Newtownshandrum 2-14

Sarsfields 4-15 Douglas 1-22

Glen Rovers 1-18 Carrigtwohill 1-16

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Erin’s Own 1-16 Bishopstown 1-14

Midleton 4-23 Ballyhea 1-13

Down SHC

Ballycran 0-25 Portaferry 2-18

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Ballygalget 1-23 Bredagh 1-12

Limerick SHC

Kilmallock 2-22 Ahane 3-13

Doon 0-21 Patrickswell 2-15

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Ballybrown 5-25 Garryspillane 1-11

Meath SHC

Trim 3-17 Killyon 0-12

Clann na nGael 1-13 Kilmessan 1-13

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Na Fianna 1-22 Navan O’Mahony’s 2-9

Kildalkey 0-17 Kiltale 1-12

Roscommon SHC

St Dominic’s 0-16 Oran 0-10

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Four Roads 1-18 Padraig Pearses 1-13

Tremane 3-20 Athleague 1-16

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