The Corn Uí Mhuirí Quarter-Finals took place on Wednesday last, January 28th.
Tralee CBS 1-5 De La Salle, Macroom 0-8
Col. Na Sceilge 2-10 St. Brendan’s Killarney 2-8
Col. Criost Rí 0-14 St. Fachtna’s, Skibereen 1-11
IS Killorglin 1-12 PS Chorca Dhuibhne 1-8
The Munster Council at its Development Committee meeting in December allocated its total budget for 2008 of €2.41 million for physical development in Club and Major County Grounds.
CLUB DEVELOPMENT GRANTS
The following grant aid was approved for club development work
Clare: €300,915 – 47 applications
Kerry: €387,649 – 48 applications
Cork: €574,944 – 46 applications
Limerick: €229,063 – 33 applications
Waterford: €218,459 – 28 applications
Tipperary: €214,398 – 37 applications
In addition €484,570 was allocated to ongoing Major County Ground developments.
40% of all Gate Receipts earned by Comhairle na Mumhan in 2008 has been paid in Development Grants. The Council allocates grants up to an approved maximum in various categories including field purchase, dressing rooms, floodlighting, pitch drainage, stands, embankments, dug-outs, First Aid accommodation, Medical Room, car park facilities, scoreboard, netting, boundary and playing pitch fencing, purchase of mowers, hurling walls and pitch sanding. School grounds also benefit.
Comhairle na Mumhan acknowledges this wonderful work that is being undertaken by clubs with the approval of 40% of Gate Receipts for Club Development while a further 15% of the gross gate receipts is returned in ground rents to the grounds that hosted games this year. This means that overall Comhairle na Mumhan gives back 55% of its total gate revenue for development work.
In the last 5 years (2004-2008) Comhairle na Mumhan has committed almost €9 million to Development Grants in the Province. Central Council has committed €2.6 million to clubs in the Province, in addition to this, in the same period.
The Dr. Harty Cup Quarter-Finals took place on Wednesday, January 21st.
Thurles CBS 0-11
Our Ladys Templemore 0-5
Blackwater Community School Lismore 2-4
De La Salle Waterford 0-8 Match Report
St. Caimin’s Community School Shannon 0-13
St. Colman’s College Fermoy 0-9 Match Report
St. Flannan’s College Ennis 0-15
Ardscoil Rís Limerick 2-9
Ard Scoil Ris Limerick defeated St. Flannans Ennis by 0-10 to 0-9 in the Dr. Harty Cup Quarter-Final replay on Tuesday.
Clare defeated Tipperary by 1-12 to 1-7 in the 2009 Waterford Crystal Cup Hurling Final played at Ogonnelloe on Sunday. Match Report
Corn an Runaí U/18 ½ “C” Football
28/1/2009 St. Michaels Listowel 2-07 0-09 Mitchelstown CBS
29/1/2009 Mercy Mounthawk Tralee 2-04 1-06 Mount St. Michael Roscarbery
Corn Phádraig U/18 ½ “B” Hurling
28/1/2009 Cashel CS 1-13 2-08 Presentation Ballingarry
28/1/2009 St. Pauls Waterford 3-15 0-07 Charleville CBS
28/1/2009 John the Baptist Hospital 1-12 0-08 St. Josephs Borrisoleigh
Corn na gColáistí
28/1/2009 PS Douglas 2-08 1-08 St. Caimins Shannon
Corn na Carraige U/161/2 Peil
21/1/2009 Roscarbry 1-04 1-08 Mounthawk
23/1/2009 St. Aidan’s Withdrew PS Inbhearscéine
21/1/2009 PC Glanmire Postponed Carrignavar
21/1/2009 Col. An Phiarsaigh, Glanmire Postponed St. Paul’s, Waterford
21/1/2009 Pallaskenry Withdrew Mitchelstown CBS
21/1/2009 Listowel CBS Postponed Col. An Ristigh, Ennis
21/1/2009 Spanish Point Withdrew Crescent College
21/1/2009 Lisdoonvarna Withdrew SCNP Shannon
Cork defeated the University of Limerick by 1-13 to 0-6 in the McGrath Cup Football Final on Saturday evening at Pairc Ui Rinn. Match Report
Corn Phádraig B.H. Quarter Finals
Ragg Ballingarry v Cashel C.S. 2.30.p.m.
Tipperary Hospital v Borrisoleigh 2.30.p.m.
Cahir Charleville CBS v St. Paul’s Waterford 2.30.p.m.
Corn an Rúnaí C.F. Semi-Finals
Knocknagree Rosscarbery v Mounthawk Tralee 2.30.p.m.
Kilmichael Mitchelstown CBS v St. Michael’s Listowel 2.30.p.m.
Corn na gColáistí U/16 ½ B F.
Cashel St. Caimin’s CS Shannon v Doughlas CS 2.30.p.m
Corn Mhic Ruairí CH
Tipperary Kilmacthomas v St. Joseph’s Tulla 2.30.p.m.
Youghal St. Augustine’s v Col. an Pkiarsaigh 2.30.p.m.
Corn na Carraige U/16 ½ CF
Rathkeale St. Michael’s Listowel v Col. an Rísigh Ennis 1.30.p.m.
Cork will play the University of Limerick in the McGrath Cup Football Final on Saturday evening next at 7:30pm in Pairc Ui Rinn.
Cork 0-18 University College Cork 0-8
University of Limerick 0-13 Waterford 0-8
Tipperary 0-14 Waterford 1-9
Tipperary defeated Waterford by 0-14 to 1-9 in the Waterford Crystal Cup Quarter-Final on Wednesday evening at St. Mollerans Carrick-on-Suir. Tipperary made a strong start and led by 0-7 to 0-1 early on before Waterford came back in to the game before half time to narrow the deficit to 0-10 to 0-5 at the interval. Waterford dominated the third quarter, keeping Tipperary scoreless and raising a green flag and by the 45th minute, Waterford led by 1-9 to 0-10. However, Tipperary came back in the final quarter to score 4 points to run out winners by two points on a scoreline of 0-14 to 1-9. Best for Tipperary were Paul Curran, Benny Dunne, Shane Maher, Seamus Hennessy and Patrick Maher while corner forwards Paul Kelly and Willie Ryan chipped in with 5 points from play between them.
Waterford IT 0-14 Cork 0-9
Clare 0-13 Limerick IT 0-12
UL 0-14 Cork IT 1-8
In the semi-finals on Sunday, Tipperary will play UL at Cahir while Clare take on Waterford IT at Meelick.
UL 3-11 WIT 1-6
UCC 2-7 Tipperary 2-6
Cork 2-3 Clare 0-8 Match Report
Waterford 1-15 Limerick IT 0-5
In Sunday’s semi-finals, Cork will play UCC at Pairc Ui Rinn while Waterford take on UL at Kill (note change of venue).