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Busy weekend ahead for Carrigdhoun hurlers

 JJ Hurley

It is the weekend to shake the cobwebs from the hurling helmets and dust down the camán as the small ball fraternity in the South East Division return to business.


With several mouth-watering encounters down for decision, the top of the list must be Ballinhassig, who take on Newcestown.


For the new management team of Peter Brennan and John O'Sullivan, it's a chance to test themselves against last year's Senior A County Champions on home territory at 11.15 am on Sunday.


Beaten finalists in last year's decider to Newcestown, Blarney travel to Ballymartle on the same day for an 11.15 am thrown-in

Kieran Kingston makes his return to the Tracton hot seat this weekend


 Despite Blarney coming into the tie as favourites, Noel Sheehan's lads could cause an upset here. 


A big Tracton contingent will be expected to travel to Mayfield as Kieran Kingston takes charge of his first competitive fixture at 12.30 pm on Sunday.


In the same section of the league, Ballygarvan are at home to Argideen Rangers on a similar timetable to Tracton.


On the previous day, Saturday, Carrigaline will look to build on their footballers' success as they travel to Bride Rovers for a 2.30 pm throw-in. 


Two other notable fixtures in the county competition are Courcey Rovers visiting Erin's Own at 3 pm on Saturday and Valley Rovers entertaining Bishopstown at Brinny at 11 am on Sunday.


Closer to home, the Carrigdhoun Division has a full programme of games, with the list as follows:  Ballinhassig take on Ballymartle on Saturday at 2pm . Sunday has a full programme as Tracton face Valley Rovers, Kilbrittain play Courcey Rovers and Ballygarvan line-out against Shamrock.


All these games have a 3 pm throw-in.


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