A neck injury to Antrim’s Jude McCurdy (pictured above in his club colours)resulted in a premature end to Sunday’s All-Ireland Minor Hurling quarter-final against Waterford in County Meath.
The Saffrons half-forward suffered the injury in the latter stages, as Waterford looked set for a semi-final berth, leading 4-20 to 1-9. With McCurdy continuing to be treated the ref eventually abandoned the game. The GAA rule-book states an abandoned match must be re-fixed. However, Waterford officials were adamant that the GAA would have confirmed on Monday morning that they would be awarded victory.
* Local GAA results Glens Hotel Division 1 Hurling League - St John’s 1-12 Loughgiel Shamrocks 1-21; Glens Hotel Division 2 Hurling League - Carey 5-14 Glen Rovers 0-8; Glens Hotel Division 3 Hurling League - St Teresa’s 2-14 St Mary’s Rasharkin 1-10; Na Magha 0-10 Robert Emmett’s Cushendun 0-16.
Division 2 Minor Hurling League - Glenariffe Ossians 4-14 Gortnamona 2-5; Glens Hotel Division 1 Hurling League - Cuchullians Dunloy 2-24 Glenariff Ossians 2-10; Division 2 Football League - St Teresa’s 0-10 St Mary’s Rasharkin 1-8; Division 3 Football League - Cuchullians Dunloy 7-13 St Enda’s 0-10.
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