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Feile Semi finals & Finals 27th April 2018.

Cracking games in store in Féile hurling as Na Piarsaigh, Bride, Ballincollig and Barrs battle for the premier title


AFTER one of the best days of the year weather-wise the group stages of the Féile hurling are now completed.

The Féile, be it hurling or football, always attracts the crowds and last weekend was no different.
But you can expect those numbers to swell on Friday night and Saturday morning at the various venues as sides vie for the right to represent Cork at the national finals, being hosted by Connacht this year.
At Na Piarsaigh the host club, along with Cobh and Sarsfields battled it out in one group, with Douglas, Courcey Rovers, and Glen Rovers in the other. 

After some great games, the host club and Douglas met in the deciding game and it was Na Piarsaigh who came through to qualify for the semi-final tomorrow night.  Again there were lots of close games along the way and just like at Na Piarsaigh, it was the host club who came to the fore to go forward to the semi-finals.

There have been a variety of winners of the premier tier recently, Sars were victorious last season, with Glen Rovers the 2016 champions and the Barrs lifting the trophy the year before. In 2014 Midleton captured the crown with Na Piarsiagh landing the silverware a year earlier.
The semi-final draws were made during the week and it sees Na Piarsaigh up against Bride Rovers and St Finbarr’s taking on Ballincollig in the premier grade. Both games are at 6.45pm in Togher, with the final scheduled for 7.45pm.