Eoghan Rua denied by St Brigid's Cloughmills

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Roes edged out in Ulster Intermediate Hurling Club final 1-11 to 2-06 by St Brigid's of Cloughmills

It was not to be for Derry side Eoghan Rua in the Ulster Intermediate Club Hurling final, after they were beaten by Antrim side Cloughmills.  Two points wall all that seperated the teams as St Brigid's claimed the title.

It was all square at half time at the All Saints Park in Ballymena, but the Antrim outfit ended up sealing the win in the second half, despite a late Eoghan Rua goal.

Final score was 1-11 to 2-06.

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