KILMACUD CROKES LIFTED the All-Ireland sevens hurling trophy on home soil after defeating Tipperary’s Portroe in this evening’s senior final in Stillorgan.
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Managed by Anthony Daly, Crokes powered their way to the title with a 4-17 to 6-08 win in the 2018 decider, after an entertaining day’s action in the tournament traditionally played on the eve of the All-Ireland hurling final.
Crokes advanced out of the group stages with plenty left to spare and then continued to flex their muscles in the knockout phase, with a big win over Ahane of Limerick in the quarter-final before scoring five goals past Murroe Boher in the last four.
Congratulations to @KCrokesGAAClub who won this year’s #beaconhospital7s! pic.twitter.com/778HiOtbeS
— Kilmacud Hurling 7s (@HurlingSevens) August 18, 2018
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