Corn an Uachtaráin Senior B Football Semi-Final – Abbey CBS 1-8 Hamilton HS Bandon 1-7

Abbey CBS defeated Hamilton HS Bandon by 1-8 to 1-7 in the Corn an Uachtaráin Senior B Football Semi-Final on Wednesday in Mannix College Pitch in Charleville.

Hamilton High School Senior Football Panel

The Hamilton High School Senior Football Panel for this match is as follows –

Niall Kelleher, St. Mary’s

James Goulding, St. Finbarrs

Connor Lynch, Bandon

James Hurley, Kilbrittain

Jack Murphy, Innishannon

Luke Counihan, Innishannon

David Collins, Dohenys

Jack Lyons, Valley Rovers – Captain

Jack O’Toole, Newcestown

Murt Kennelly, Newcestown

Michael Cahalane, Bandon

Trevor Horgan, Newcestown

Micheál McSweeney, Newcestown

Oisín Dowling, Timoleague

Jerry O’Neill, Courcey Rovers

Niall Murray, Newcestown

Jack O’Callaghan, Mathunas

Greg Murphy, Newcestown

Brian O’Leary, Valley Rovers

Jonathan Mulcahy, Bandon

Eoin O’Reilly, Valley Rovers

Chris O’Leary, Valley Rovers

Eoin O’Brien, Ballinascarthy

Luke Meade, Newcestown

Joe O’Mahony, Bandon

Corn Phádraig Senior B Hurling Quarter-Final – Dungarvan CBS 4-10 Col. an Rísigh Ennis 0-5

Dungarvan CBS defeated Col. an Rísigh Ennis by 4-10 to 0-5 in the Corn Phádraig Senior B Hurling Quarter-Final on Wednesday at Golden.

Corn Uí Mhuirí Senior A Football Quarter-Final – St. Brendan’s Coll. Killarney 0-9 St.Flannan’s Coll. Ennis 0-5

O’Connor keeps Flannan’s at bay

Report from the Irish Indepedent newspaper

St Brendan’s 0-9 St Flannan’s, Ennis 0-5

St Flannan’s paid the price for squandering three gilt-edged goal opportunities as St Brendan’s clung tenaciously to a lead they established early on in Charleville. Among the missed chances was a penalty after 37 minutes, which brought a fingertip diving save from St Brendan’s goalkeeper Andrew O’Connor, and the resultant ’45’ came back off the woodwork.

St Brendan’s started better and led by 0-3 to nil after 20 minutes – it was 23 minutes before the Clare side registered their first point, when outstanding centre-back Aidan McGuane raced upfield and showed his forwards how to score. By half-time St Brendan’s led by 0-6 to 0-1. It was a different matter in the second half as St Flannan’s dominated, but they could not turn their pressure into scores, and the Killarney side held on with relative ease.

Scorers – St Brandan’s: M Burns 0-3, T Brosnan 0-2, K Teahan, R O’Riordan, J Kiely, C Keane (f) 0-1 each. St Flannans: M O’Leary 0-4 (2f), A McGuane 0-1.

St Brandan’s – A O’Connor; D Galvin, B Lynch, P Casey; D Lyne, J McCarrick, D Rice; K Murphy, J O’Neill; M Burns, T Brosnan, K Teehan; L Byrnes, R O’Riordan, C Keane. Subs: G Kelly for O’Riordan, A Moriarty for Burns, J Kiely for Brosnan.

St Flannan’s – K Normoyle; K Malone, C O’Brien, E Clancy; O Hanrahan, A McGuane, J Woods; E Hanrahan, F Killeen; T Lynch, D Conroy, B Lynch; E Courtney, C Galvin, M O’Leary. Subs: D Walsh for O Hanrahan, B Carroll for Killeen, D D’Auria for E Hanrahan, N Lynch for Malone.

Ref – S Horgan (Limerick)

Match Preview
With their hurlers surprisingly failing to progress beyond the group stages in the Harty Cup, the footballers of St Flannan’s will have had ample time to prepare for this quarter clash with competition aristocrats St Brendan’s. The Clare school impressed in their victory over Coláiste na Sceilge but came up short against Col. Chríost Rí. St Brendan’s have been nothing but impressive emerging top of a group that contained Tralee CBS and St. Fachtna’s Skibbereen. Indeed their performances to date have led many to believe that the trophy may once again reside in the Sem.

St. Brendan’s results to date:

St. Brendan’s Killarney 1-15 Tralee CBS 1-5

DLS Skibbereen 1-8 St. Brendan’s Killarney 3-7

St. Flannan’s results to date:

Col. Chríost Rí Cork 2-12 St. Flannan’s Ennis 2-6

St. Flannan’s Ennis 2-10 Col. na Sceilge 1-6


St.Brendan’s College Panel

See below the St.Brendan’s College Panel for the Corn ui Mhuiri 2012-2013 –

Kieran Murphy- Killcummin (Captain)

Andrew O’ Connor- Legion

Roy Kelliher- Glenflesk

Diarmuid Galvin- Dr.Crokes

Josh Flynn- Fyries

Brian Lynch- Spa

Philip Casey- Killcummin

Damien Lyne- Legion

James McCarrick- Glenflesk

Darragh Rice- Fossa

Sean Burke- Fyries

Jack O’ Neill- Legion

Micheal Burns- Dr.Crokes

Tony Brosnan- Dr.Crokes

Kelvin Teahan- Killcummin

Laurence Byrnes- Dr.Crokes

Dara Roche- Glenflesk

Gavin Kelly- Glenflesk

Kevin Keane- Glenflesk

Conor Keane- Legion

Rory O’Riordan- Spa

Matthew Keane- Killcummin

Donal Lyne- Legion

Alan Moriarty- Legion

Jordan Kiely- Dr.Crokes

Paudie Clifford- Fossa

Mikey O’Shea- Fossa

Jack Cahill- Spa

Manager – Harry O’Neill

Selection – Arthur Fitzgerald, Micheal Leahy

Maor Uisce – Gavin O’Shea, Paudraig Moynihan

St. Flannan’s Ennis Panel

St Flannan’s college team sheet for Corn ui Mhuiri quarter final v St Brendan’s –

Killian Normoyle Cillian MacConsrmaoile, Lissycasey

Kieran Malone, Ciarán Ó Maoleoin, St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay

Conor O’Brien, Conchúir Ó Briain St Joseph’s Doora-Barefield

Eoin Clancy, Eoin MacFhlannchadha Corofin

Oisin Hanrahan, Oisin Ó hAnnracháin Lissycasey

Aidan McGuane, Aodhgain MacDhubhainSt Joseph’s Milltown Malbay

James Woods, Seamus Mac Coille Eire Og

Eoin Hanrahan, Eoin Ó hAnnracháin, St Jospeph’s Doora Barefield

Fergus Killeen, Feargus O Cillin, Corofin

Tadhg Lynch, Tadhg O Loinsigh, Clondegad (Captain)

David Conroy, Daithi O Conaire St Joseph’s Doora-Barefield

Barry Lynch, Barra O Loinsigh Lissycasey

Eimhin Courtney, Eimhin O Cornain, Eire Og

Conor Galvin, Conchuír Ó Gealbháin Clarecastle

Martin O’Leary, Martin O Laoire, Kilmihil

Dean D’Auria, Dean D’Auria, Eire Og

Liam Corbett, Liam Cairbheid, Corofin

Padraig McNamara, Pádraig MacConmara, Lissycasey

Dara Walsh, Darach Breathnach Eire Og

Brian Cahill, Briain O Cathail, Lissycasey

Niall Lynch, Niall Ó Loingsigh Clondegad

Paul Meaney, Pól Ó Maonaigh Clondegad

Barry Coote, Barra de Cút Clondegad

Sean Lynch, Seán Ó Loingsigh Clarecastle

David Fitzgerald, Daithi MacGearailt Ennistymon

Gary Roche, Garrai de Róiste Eire Og

Diarmaid Barron Diarmaid Ó Béaráinl St Joseph’s Doora-Barefield

Jack Garrihy Sean Mac Fhearadaigh

Brian Guilfoyle Brian Mac Giolla Phóil St Joseph’s Doora Barefield

Eoghan O’Leary Eoghan O Laoire Lissycasey

Corn an Uachtaráin Senior B Football Semi-Final – Our Ladys Templemore 3-6 Patrician Academy Mallow 1-7

Our Ladys Templemore defeated Patrician Academy Mallow by 3-6 to 1-7 in the Corn an Uachtaráin Senior B Football Semi-Final on Wednesday at Cahir.

Our Ladys Templemore Senior Football Panel

The Our Ladys Templemore Senior Football Panel for this match is as follows –

John McGrath – Loughmore\Castleiney

Tommy Maher – Loughmore\Castleiney

Denis Brereton – Loughmore\Castleiney – Captain

Joseph Nyland- Loughmore\Castleiney

David Ryan – Loughmore\Castleiney

Robert O’Connell – Loughmore\Castleiney

Bill O’Connell – Loughmore\Castleiney

Jason Ryan – Toomevara

Tommy Nolan – Drom\Inch

Rory O’Dwyer – – Drom\Inch

Jamie Bergin – Drom\Inch

Michael Campion – Drom\Inch

Kevin Ahearn – Drom\Inch

Kevin Hassett – Drom\Inch

Emmet Moloney – Drom\Inch

Joey Maher – Drom\Inch

Colm Kinane – Drom\Inch

Robert Ryan – Drom\Inch

Liam Murphy – JK Brackens

Colin O’Riordan – JK Brackens

Sean Patrick Guerins – JK Brackens

James Bergin – JK Brackens

Jack Fogarty- JK Brackens

Dean Mcenroe – JK Brackens

Brian Kennedy – JK Brackens

Tommy Brett – JK Brackens

JohnJoe Ryan – Clonakenny

Dylan Carey – Templederry Kenyons

Padraig Hogan – Templederry Kenyons

Gary Russell – Moyne\Templetuohy

Shane Ryan – Moyne\Templetuohy

PJ Bourke – Upperchurch\Drombane

Corn Uí Mhuirí Senior A Football Quarter-Final – DLS Macroom 1-8 St. Fachtna’s Skibbereen 1-7

Lucey’s late show sinks Saints

Report from the Irish Independent newspaper

DLS Macroom 1-8 St Fachtna’s 1-7

Last year’s defeated finalists made it into the last four as Pa Lucey’s late point enabled them see off Skibbereen’s St Fachtna’s in Ballineen. When Josh Pickett found the net for Fachtna’s in the 50th minute, they led 1-7 to 1-5, having responded to Daniel Cahalane putting Macroom 1-5 to 0-5 ahead, but they would not score again. A free from Lucey cut the gap to a point, before midfielder Peter Kelleher punched another Lucey free over the bar.

Macroom started well before falling 0-4 to 0-2 behind, with Paul Hickey unlucky not to push Skibb further ahead. By half-time it was 0-4 apiece and, after an even start to the second half, Macroom pushed clear. Cahalane scored a goal from a move started by full-back Dermot O’Callaghan. Hickey and Brendan Hayes got Fachtna’s back into it and they led again after Pickett’s goal, but ultimately it was Macroom’s day.

Scorers – De La Salle: P Lucey 0-5 (4f), D Cahalane 1-0, P Kelleher, P Berhanu, J Moynihan 0-1 each. St Fachtna’s: J Bushe, P Hickey 0-2f each, J Pickett 1-0, B Hayes, D Cahalane, M Hurley 0-1 each.

DE LA SALLE – D Dineen; K O’Dwyer, D O’Callaghan, C Noonan; A Healy, B O’Leary, S Creedon; P Kelleher, P Lucey; S Foley, J Moynihan, W Coakley; P Berhanu, S O’Sullivan, D Cahalane. Sub: J Berhanu for P Berhanu (51).

ST FACHTNA’S – C O’Driscoll; R Fitzgerald, D Kingston, T Bushe; B Hayes, A Hassett, D O’Callaghan; J Pickett, D Cahalane; P Hickey, J Bushe, C Nolan; S O’Donovan, C Newman, M Hurley.

Ref – N Wall (Cork)

Match Preview

Without a doubt the tie of the round will see these two west Cork rivals go head to head in what should be an excellent game. Indeed the two schools clashed earlier in the year in the Simcox Cup (Cork Colleges Senior ‘A’ Football) with the Macroom school emerging winners on a score of 1-16 to 1-9. Macroom went on to impressively account for Rochestown College in the final of the Simcox, who are also quarter-finalists. To date St Fachtna’s have shown enough form to suggest that they are capable of competing with any team in the competition and as they have shown in the past the challenge of the Macroom School will see them raise their game.

DLS Macroom results to date:

DLS Macroom 0-15 Killorglin I.S. 0-2

DLS Macroom 1-10 Rochestown Coll. 1-8

St. Fachtna’s results to date:

DLS Skibbereen 1-8 St. Brendan’s Killarney 3-7

Skibbereen 1-14 Tralee CBS 0-11


DLS Macroom Panel

The DLS Macroom Panel is as follows –

Dylan Dineen Macroom

Kevin O’Dwyer Macroom

Dermot O’Callaghan Aghinagh

Ciaran Noonan Ballingeary

Adam Healy Kilmurry

Shane Foley Kilmichael

Shane Creedon Macroom

Peter Kelleher Kilmichael

Barry O’Leary Iveleary

Padraig Berhanu Kilmurry

James Moynihan Canovee

William Coakley Aghinagh

Patrick Lucey Macroom

Sean O’Sullivan Aghabullogue

Daniel Cahalane Kilmurry

John Murphy Macroom

Sean Kelleher Aghinagh

Michael Dunne Canovee

Chris Foskett Macroom

James Berhanu Kilmurry

Cian Creedon Clondrohid

Finbarr Mcsweeney Iveleary

Michael John Grainger Kilmurry

Brian McMahon Macroom

Padraig Hinchion Kilmurry

Shane O’Donoghue Kilmichael

Ciaran O’Donoghue Kilmichael

Brendan O’Sullivan Macroom

Don Creedon Macroom

Daniel Mcsweeney Clondrohid

St. Fachtna’s de la Salle Senior Football Panel

Corn Uí Mhuirí Quarter Final v De la Salle Macroom

1. Colm O Driscoll (Castlehaven)

2. Richard Fitzgerald (O’Donovan Rossa)

3. Daniel Kingston (Tadhg MacCárthaigh)

4. Diarmuid O’Callaghan (Kilmacabea)

5. Brendan Hayes (Clann na nGael)

6. Alex Hassett (Ilen Rovers)

7. Darren Collins (Clann na nGael)

8. Cillian Newman (O’Donovan Rossa)

9. Josh Pickett (Ilen Rovers)

10. Paul Hickey (Clann na nGael)

11. Darragh Cahalane (Castlehaven)

12. Conor Nolan (Castlehaven)

13. Seán O Donovan (Ilen Rovers)

14. Jack Bushe (Ilen Rovers – Captain)

15. Michael Hurley (Castlehaven)

16. Finbarr Maguire (Castlehaven)

17. Tom Bushe (Ilen Rovers)

18. Patrick Bohane (Castlehaven)

19. Oisín Coffey (Ilen Rovers)

20. Kevin Whooley (Kilmacabea)

21. Ronan Walsh (Castlehaven)

22. Brian Leonard (Ilen Rovers)

Corn Uí Mhuirí Senior A Football Quarter-Final – Col. Chríost Rí Cork 0-7 West Limerick Colleges 0-3

Horgan picks the lock for Chriost Ri

Report from the Irish Independent newspaper

Colaiste Chriost Ri 0-7 West Limerick 0-3

Colaiste Chriost RI booked their place in the semi-finals with a hard-earned win over West Limerick in Mallow. Chriost Ri took control of the game from the first whistle but found scores hard to come by in very difficult conditions. For their part, West Limerick defended well but failed to get the ball past the halfway line until the 10th minute.

Conor Horgan and Ryan Kennedy finally found a way through the resilient West Limerick for the Cork lads, while centre-back Alan Nolan made an impact with some surging runs at the heart of the over-worked Shannonsiders’ defence. Chriost Ri goalkeeper Craig O’Donovan showed his value with a spectacular save on 50 minutes, and that proved crucial as his side dug out the win.

Scorers – Colaiste Chriost Ri – C Horgan 0-3 (3f), R Kennedy 0-2 (2f), C Walsh, S Cronin 0-1 each. West Limerick: J Breen 0-2 (1f), J O’Connor 0-1 (’45’)

Colaiste ChrIost RI – C O’Donovan; D O’Neill, A O’Callaghan, J Daly; C Walsh, A Nolan, D Kerins; S Cronin, D McGrath; B Madden, R Kennedy, J Good; E Hill, C Horgan, R Haines. Subs: E Compagno for R Haines (57).

West Limerick – M O’Keeffe; A O’Connor, J Murphy, S Murphy; D Daly, S Fitzmaurice, D Jones; D Condron, G Reidy; J O’Connor, C Sheehan, C Lucey; J Breen, E Prenderville, E O’Donnell. Subs: C Broderick for C Lucey (48), S Ivess for E Prenderville (52), S Lynch for D Daly (57).

Ref – E Walsh (Kerry)

Match Preview

Chríost Rí will be favourites in many people’s eyes to progress in this tie but they will be under no illusions of the task that awaits them as the amalgamated West Limerick outfit has been very impressive to date. Indeed a great win over Clonmel CBS underlined the credentials of the combined outfit to be a serious force in this competition. Chríost Rí have showed mixed form to date and were understandably disappointed at not winning both group games and will need to find a consistency in their play to progress.

West Limerick Schools results to date:

PS. Chorca Dhuibhne 1-13 West Limerick Schools 1-9

West Limerick Schools 1-9 Clonmel CBS 0-9

West Limerick Schools 4-13 North Clare Schools 0-4

Col. Chríost Rí results to date:

Col. Chríost Rí Cork 2-12 St. Flannan’s Ennis 2-6

Coláiste na Sceilge 1-8 Col. Chríost Rí Cork 1-8

Coláiste Iar Luimnigh Panel

The Coláiste Iar Luimnigh Panel for this game is as follows –

1. Maurice O’Keeffe (Brosna)

2. Aaron O’Connor (Duagh)

3. John Murphy (Fr.Caseys)

4. Sean Murphy ( Newcastle West)

5. Daniel Daly (Fr.Caseys)

6. Shane Fitzmaurice (Brosna – Captain)

7. Darren Jones (St.Marys/Sean Finns)

8. David Condron (Granagh/Ballingarry)

9. Gavin Reidy (Newcastle West)

10. Cian Sheehan (Newcastle West)

11. Jamie O’Connor (Fr.Caseys)

12. Cathal Broderick (Fr.Caseys)

13. Jonathan Lyons (Fr.Caseys)

14. Jack Breen (Fr.Caseys)

15. Eoin O’Donnell (St.Marys/Sean Finns)

16. Raymond Noonan (St.Kierans)

17. Shane Lynch (St.Kierans)

18. Joey Healy (Newcastle West)

19. Eamon Prendiville (Brosna)

20. Kieran Lucey (Duagh)

21. Mikey Morrissey (St.Marys/Sean Finns)

22. Daniel Fitzgerald (Brosna)

23. Shane Stack (Newcastle West)

24. T.J Lane (Fr.Caseys)

25. Kieran O’Donnell (Brosna)

26. James Guina (Feoghanagh/Castlemahon)

27. Sean Ivess (Newcastle West)

28. Liam O’Connor (Fr.Caseys)

29. Frank Geary (St.Marys/Sean Finns)

30 Stephen O’Kelly (Croom)

31. Timmy Finnegan (Brosna)

32. Cormac Roche (Fr.Caseys)

Coláiste Chríost Rí Cork Panel

The Coláiste Chríost Rí Senior Football Panel is as follows –

Craig O’Donovan Nemo Rangers

Donnacha O’Neill Nemo Rangers

Alan O’Callaghan St. Michaels

Joe Daly Nemo Rangers

Cian Walsh St. Finbarrs

Alan Nolan St. Michaels

Darragh Kerins Nemo Rangers

Stephen Cronin Nemo Rangers

Darren McGrath Brian Dillons

John Good Tracton

Ryan Kennedy Nemo Rangers

Barry Madden Nemo Rangers

Eoin Hill St. Finbarrs

Conor Horgan Nemo Rangers (Captain)

Ryan Haines St. Finbarrs

Eric Compagno Nemo Rangers

Rory O’Connor St. Finbarrs

Ian O’Keeffe St. Michaels

Keith Hegarty St. Michaels

Mark Russell St. Finbarrs

Brian Kerins St. Finbarrs

Eric Seymour Nemo Rangers

Ian O’Callaghan St. Finbarrs