Adare book County SFC final date with Newcastle West

Adare booked their place in the county SFC final with a comprehensive semi-final win over Dromcollogher-Broadford last Sunday in Kilmallock, running out 3-9 to 0-8 winners in Kilmallock.

Harry Gleeson’s side trailed by two points as the game approached half time before goals in the 27th and 33rd minute saw them take a 4-point lead into the break.

A strong second half showing saw Adare storm into the final as they ended with 10 points to spare over the championship veterans.

Adare’s achievement this season more impressive considering they had just returned to the senior ranks. Gleeson’s men will now go in search of their first senior title when they take on Newcastle West in the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday October 22 at 4pm.

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