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Armagh Football Star Has Major Impact In Ulster Hurling Quarter-Final

Armagh Football Star Has Major Impact In Ulster Hurling Quarter-Final
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Croabh Rua Camlocha defeated St Eunans in the quarter-finals of the Ulster Junior Club Hurling Championship on Saturday.

Armagh junior champions Craobh Rua beat the Donegal senior winners 3-10 to 2-8.

Craobh Rua's victory was built on a rapid start to the game. At half-time, they led 2-8 to 0-4 with both of their goals coming from Armagh football star Jarly Óg Burns.

In the eighth minute, Burns - who plays football with Silverbridge - caught a ball hit from midfield in the large rectangle, turned inside the St Eunans defender and struck the sliotar past Cian Hennessy.

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15 minutes later, he scored hit second goal of the game after Craobh Rua's Tiarnan O'Hare pounced on a loose ball in the St Eunan's defence and handpassed inside to leave Burns with an easy finish.

In early November, Craobh Rua won their second consecutive Armagh junior hurling title.

Craobh Rua vs St Eunans Ulster Junior Club Hurling Championship

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvyyjugQTT4

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