STAKER Wallace have been confirmed as the All County Hurling League Division Five winners after a sequence of results were clarified.
And, the Martinstown based GAA club will be promoted to Division Four for 2017.
Losing out is Killeedy.
Killeedy beat Staker Wallace in a play-off on September 10, 2-16 to 4-7 to secure the league title and promotion.
The play-off was deemed necessary as it was thought the sides finished level on 13-points after eight rounds of action and there had been walkovers in the league.
But Staker Wallce sought clarification on one particular result and it has transpired that no play-off was necessary as the clubs didn't in fact finish level on points.
All hinged on the result of an August 6 ACHL game between Killeedy and Templeglantine.
The game doubled up as the final of the West junior A hurling league.
Killeedy ended up 2-19 to 2-10 winners but extra time was needed before the men in blue and white claimed the divisional league title.
A win was recorded for Killeedy in terms of the ACHL but a draw should have been the county league result. Replacing that Killeedy ‘win’ with a draw leaves Staker Wallace finishing alone on top of ACHL Division Five and therefore league champions and promoted without the necessity for a play-off.