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Meanwhile, Drom-Inch overcame the challenge of Holycross-Ballycahill on a 4-15 to 1-16 scoreline to book their place in the final.The match took a turn in their favour during a dramatic few minutes early in the second half.During that period of play they registered goals from Kevin Butler and Seamus Callanan, who also had a penalty saved. Loughmore – who were beaten in the 2015 decider – defeated Moycarkey-Borris 4-24 to 1-16 in the first of a semi-final double-header in Boherlahan.Unsurprisingly, the extended McGrath family played a major part in their victory.Noel got two of the victors’ goals with John and Liam also finding the net.