Galway and Cork battle for U21 crown

 

The Cadbury GAA U21 Football Championship reaches a fascinating conclusion this weekend as perennial challengers Cork and Galway meet in the final. Competing captains Damien Cahalane (Cork) and Fiontán Ó Curraoin (Galway) have been assessing their teams chances ahead of the game.

Munster MFC Semi-Final Play Off (1) – Clare 1-12 Limerick 0-9

Keating the hero as Banner advance

Report from the Irish Independent newspaper

CLARE 1-12 LIMERICK 0-9 MUNSTER MFC – 29 APRIL 2013

Clare will face Kerry on Saturday for a place in the semi-finals as a result of this polished victory at Cusack Park. Inspired by the outstanding Barry Keating, who contributed the impressive tally of 1-6, they proved too strong for the Shannonsiders in this losers’ group first-round play-off. The diminutive Keating caused all sorts of problems for the visitors, who switched a number of defenders on him during the course of the tie.

Playing with the aid of a strong breeze, Limerick took the lead through Jack Breen, but Keating’s goal at the midpoint of the first half gave Clare a lead they held to the finish. They led at half-time 1-5 to 0-4 despite playing against the strong wind. Limerick had the better of the early second-half exchanges as they outscored Clare in the opening six minutes. However, they found it difficult to break down a resilient Clare defence and only managed to notch a further two points, while Clare pointed six times to emerge as deserving winners. Fergal Pyne, Jack Browne, James Woods, Eoin Hanrahan, Kieran Malone and Keating impressed for Clare while Limerick’s best were Gavin Reidy and Jack Breen.

Scorers – Clare: B Keating 1-6 (0-5fs), J Downes 0-2 (1f), K Malone, D Walsh, L Madigan, A Davidson 0-1 each. Limerick: J Breen 0-5 (3fs), J Naughton 0-2 (1f); B O’Connell, C Sheehan 0-1 each.

Clare – K Normoyle; F Pyne, J O’Dea, D Nagle; J Browne, J Woods, K Malone; E Hanrahan, D Walsh; J Downes, P O’Malley, C O hAinifein; E Courtney, C Galvin, B Keating. Subs: L Madigan for O’Malley; C O’Dea for O hAinifein; A Davidson for Galvin; B Cahill for Browne; C Finnucane for Downes.

Limerick – T Dwyer; S Mullins, E Murphy, J Murphy; D Cussen, G Reidy, S O’Dea; K Fahy, S Cahill; J Naughton, J Breen, J English; B O’Connell, C Sheehan, H Leahy. Subs: G McCarthy for Leah; S Brosnan for English; J O’Neill for O’Dea; C O’Shea for Fahy; K Daly for Naughton.

Ref – S Mulvihill (Kerry)

Team News

The following is the Limerick team to play Clare on Sunday evening in the Munster Minor Football Championship. There are 2 changes to the starting 15 from last weekend, Eoin Murphy replaces Killian Ryan and Cillian Fahy returns from illness at the expense of Cormac O’Shea.

Tom Dwyer

Sam Mullins

Eoin Murphy

John Murphy Captain.

Dave Cussen

Gavin Reidy

Sean O’Dea

Cillian Fahy

Stephan Cahill

James Naughton

Jack Breen

Jack English

Brian O’Connell

Cian Sheehan

Henry Leahy

PRO Contact Details

Clare PRO Sean O’Halloran – pro.clare@gaa.ie and 087 2477803

Limerick PRO Eamonn Phelan – pro.limerick@gaa.ie and 087-2807546

Limerick Football Board PRO Brian Kelly – brian.kelly@calibrationtech.ie and 087- 244 6399

Contact Munster GAA PRO Ed Donnelly at pro.munster@gaa.ie for more information

For the Record

Clare Limerick
2013 Team Management Michael Neylon
(Corofin – Manager) 

Michael Queally
(Cooraclare – Coach)

Selectors – Noel Normoyle (Kilmihil), Donal O h Ainifein (Ruan), Michael Neylon (Eire Óg), Paul Conway (Kilkee)

Jerry O’Sullivan
(Manager) 

Selectors – Brendan Casey, Garrett Noonan
and Sean Holmes

2013 Team Captain Jack Browne
(Kilrush)
Cillian Fahy
(Dromcollogher Broadford)
2012 Championship Performance Defeated Waterford by 2-20 to 0-5 in the first round at Cusack Park Ennis. 

Lost to Kerry by 0-17 to 3-4 in the Munster Semi-Final at Cusack Park Ennis.

Lost to Cork by 3-13 to 0-6 in the first round at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick. 

Lost to Kerry by 3-9 to 0-5 in the Semi-Final 2nd Playoff at Austin Stack Park Tralee

Number of Munster Minor Football titles 3 1
Last Munster Minor Football Title 1953 1956
Munster Minor Football Championship Record since 2000 Played – 44
Won – 15
Lost – 25
Drawn – 4
Played – 40
Won – 10
Lost – 27
Drawn – 3
Last meeting in the Munster Minor Football Championship 2011 Munster Semi-Final Play-off – Clare 1-10 Limerick 0-10 at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick on April 23rd 2011
A first half goal by Adrian Murrihy and five Niall Hickey points helped Clare to a three point win over Limerick

MUNSTER GAA FOOTBALL MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP 2013

First Round

Friday April 19th

@ Pairc Ui Rinn                              Cork 2-13 Kerry 2-13

Saturday April 20th

@ Cusack Park Ennis                    Tipperary 1-10 Clare 0-8
@ Fraher Field Dungarvan                        Waterford 3-10 Limerick 3-9

First Round Replay

Friday April 26th

@ Austin Stack Park Tralee           Cork v Kerry                                                  @ 7:30pm

Semi-Final Play-off 1

Sunday April 28th
@ Cusack Park Ennis                    Clare v Limerick                                           @ 5:00pm

Semi-Final Play-off 2

Saturday May 4th

@ TBC                                               Losers of Cork v Kerry and Winners of Clare v Limerick

Venue Permutations

@ Cork venue                                  Cork v Clare
(last meeting in 2011 Semi-Final at Cusack Park Ennis)

@ Cork venue                                  Cork v Limerick
(last meeting in 2012 First Round at Pairc Ui Rinn)

@ Kerry venue                                 Kerry v Clare
(last meeting in 2012 Semi-Final at Cusack Park Ennis)

@ Limerick venue                            Kerry v Limerick
(last meeting in 2012 Play-off at the Austin Stack Park Tralee)

Semi-Finals

Wednesday May 15th

@ Semple Stadium Thurles           Winners of Cork v Kerry v Tipperary

@ TBC                                               Waterford v Winners of Semi-Final Play-off 2

Final

Sunday July 7th

@ TBC                                                                                   @ 12:00 noon

Useful Information

Clare have won at least one game in each of the last four seasons in the Munster Minor Football Championship. Failure to defeat Limerick on Sunday evening will break this streak.

Limerick have won one of their last 10 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship dating back to 2008.

Last Meeting – 2011 Munster Semi-Final Play-off –

Clare 1-10 Limerick 0-10 at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick on April 23rd 2011

Clare: Darren Sexton; Conor Gavin, Jamie Malone, Oisin Vaughan; Stan Lineen, Darragh McDonagh, Craig O’Brien; Alan O’Neill, Conor Cleary (0-2); Eoin Cleary (0-2, 0-1 free), Ciaran Devitt, Adrian Murrihy (1-0); Martin O’Leary (0-1), Niall Hickey (0-5, 0-4 frees), Daragh Bolton

Subs: William Flynn for Adrian Murrihy (injured), Joey Rouine for Daragh Bolton, Jack Scanlon for William Flynn, James Sweeney for Craig O’Brien

Limerick: David Condron; Kevin Brosnan, Brendan McCarthy, Kevin O’Donoghue; Eoin O’Donnell, Shane O’Connor, Sean Barrett; Dara Tracey, Tommy Griffin; Dean Lillis, Denis O’Dea, Francis O’Riordan (0-1 free); Danny Neville (0-1), William Shanahan, Danny Frewen (0-7, 0-3 frees)

Subs: Jamie Quaid (0-1) for Francis O’Riordan (injured), Eoin Roche for William Shanahan, Kieran Larkin for Danny Neville, Kevin Meade for Denis O’Dea

Referee: Jer Lynch (Kerry)

 

Tipperary are going for 3 Munster Minor Football titles in a row for the first time having won two in a row in 1934 / 1935 and 2011 / 2012.

Tipperary have won their last 7 games in the Munster Minor Football Championship and have won 10 of their last 11 matches over the last three seasons when you include the All-Ireland series.

Since 1956, Cork and Kerry have won every Munster Minor Football title with the exception of 1984, 1995, 2011 and 2012 when Tipperary were successful.

Kerry and Tipperary have played 51 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship since 2000, tied for the most compared to the other four Munster counties.

Cork, Kerry and Tipperary have won at least 1 match in the Munster Minor Football Championship every year since 2001.

Prior to 2012, Kerry’s last defeat in a first round Munster Minor Football Championship game was in March 2002 when they lost to Tipperary by 2-11 to 2-9 at Kilmallock. Kerry avenged that defeat with a 3-16 to 2-6 win over Tipperary in the 2002 Munster Final played at Semple Stadium Thurles.

Munster Minor Football Championship Roll Of Honour

Kerry (41)

1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1970, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009.

Cork (29)

1939, 1952, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2010

Tipperary (7)

1934, 1935, 1955, 1984, 1995, 2011, 2012

Clare (3)

1929, 1930, 1953

Limerick (1)

1956

Munster Minor Football Championship – List of Winning Teams

Visit the Munster GAA web site History section to view the complete list of each winning team since the competition began in1929 – http://munster.gaa.ie/history/mf_teams/

Munster Minor Football Cup

The Tadhg Crowley Cup was presented by Munster Council in 1990 to commemorate late Munster Council Treasurer. Tadhg was elected as Munster Council Treasurer in 1968 and served until his death in December 1989. A teacher by profession, he also served as Kerry County Board Secretary from 1955 until 1970. Tadhg was recognized as a specialist in organizing and handling styles and gates at Munster Championship games.

All Ireland Minor Football Championship

In the Minor Football All Ireland Roll of Honour, Kerry top the charts with 11 titles while Cork are tied for second with Dublin with 10 titles. Clare won the first All-Ireland Minor Football title in 1929 while Tipperary’s two All-Ireland successes at this grade came in 1934 and 2011. Between them Munster counties have accounted for 24 All-Ireland Minor Football titles, ahead of Leinster and Ulster (20 titles each) and Connacht (17 titles).

Kerry were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1931, 1932, 1933, 1946, 1950, 1962, 1963, 1975, 1980, 1988, 1994

Cork were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1961, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1974, 1981, 1991, 1993, 2000

2012 / 2013 All Ireland Scór Sinsear Final

The 2012 / 2013 All Ireland Scór Sinsear Final took place on Saturday April 27th 2013 at Derry City and the results are as follows –

All-Ireland Tráth na gCeist Champions 2013: Clan na nGael (Roscommon)

Rince Foirne All-Ireland Champions 2013: Omagh St. Enda’s GAC (Tyrone)

Amhránaíocht Aonair All-Ireland Champions 2013: Newcastle GAA (Tipperary)

Ceol Uirlise All-Ireland Champions 2013: Erin’s Hope GAA (Dublin)

Aithriseoireacht All-Ireland Champions 2013: JK Brackens (Tipperary)

Bailéad Ghrúpa All-Ireland Champions 2013: St Dominic’s GAA (Roscommon)

Nuachleas All-Ireland Champions 2013: Moate All-Whites (Westmeath)

Rince Seit All-Ireland Champions 2013: JK Brackens (Tipperary)

 

Allianz Football League Division 4 Final – Limerick 0-16 Offaly 1-11

Limerick’s late flurry secures the silverware

By Marie Crowe for the Sunday Independent newspaper

Limerick left it late to seal the deal in the Division 4 final of the Allianz Football League after a tightly fought contest. Offaly got off to the better start, opening the scoring with a point from Ken Casey. Seanie Buckley equalised soon after, but two searing runs from Brian O’Connor set up points for Casey and Brian Darby. Within minutes Limerick were dealt another blow when Ross Brady found the net, giving Offaly a five-point cushion after just 10 minutes. A tough period followed for Limerick and they didn’t get on the scoreboard again until the 17th minute when Ian Ryan converted a free. He followed it up with another minutes later to bridge the gap to four points. But Offaly responded with an expertly taken point from sharp-shooter Niall McNamee.

However, Ryan kicked over another three points, two frees and one from play, to keep his side within touching distance. The momentum swung in Limerick’s favour and Ian Corbett got on the scoresheet with five minutes to go in the first half, narrowing the gap to just one point. Stephen Lavin followed suit with a well-executed score a couple of minutes later to send the teams in level 1-5 to 0-8 at half-time. There was only a point between the two sides when they met in round two in Tullamore and this game looked on course for a similarly close result.

After the break, Stephen Lucey was on target for Limerick but two fantastic points from McNamee edged Offaly in front again. A series of wides from both sides followed before John Riordan tacked over a point to equalise for the table-toppers. Brian O’Connor answered with two fine points, while Limerick rued further wides and with 10 minutes to go they trailed by two. Lavin and Eoghan O’Connor brought the teams level again, making it all to play for in the last five, and a late point from Eoghan O’Connor followed by a ’45’ from Seamus Carroll sealed the deal for Limerick. So, with promotion to Division 3 already secured for the two sides, it’s full speed ahead to championship; both teams are in action in just over a month with Limerick taking on Cork in the Munster championship and Offaly facing Kildare in Leinster.

Scorers – Limerick: I Ryan 0-5 (4f), S Lavin, D O’Connor 0-2 each,I Corbett, S Lucey, T Lee, J Riordan, E O’Connor, S Carroll, S Buckley 0-1 each. Offaly: K Casey (1f), N McNamee 0-4 each, R Brady 1-0, B O’Connor 0-2, B Darby 0-1.

Limerick: D O’Sullivan; L O’Dwyer, M O’Riordan, P Browne; S Lavin, S Lucey, P Ranahan; B O’Brien, J Galvin; J Riordan, T Lee, S Buckley (c); E O’Connor, I Corbett, I Ryan

Subs: D O’Connor for T Lee (56), M Sheehan for S Lucey (57), S 0’Carroll for J Galvin (67), D Tracey for I Ryan (68).

Offaly: A Mulhall; S Pender, P McConway, B Darby; E Carroll, R Brady, M Brazil; R Dalton, A McNamee; G Guilfoyle, B O’Connor, N Darby; A Sullivan, N McNamee, K Casey

Subs: D Kelly for A McNamee (55), W Mulhall for A Sullivan (68).

Referee: C Branagan (Derry)

Team News

The Limerick Senior Football Team to play Offaly in the NFL Division 4 Final in Croke Park next Saturday is announced. John Galvin makes a welcome return from a cruciate knee ligament injury sustained against Fermanagh in April 2012. Donal O’Sullivan is named in goals as Brian Scanlan is carrying a quad injury which he suffered during the Tipperary league game.

1 Donal O’Sullivan

2 Andy Lane

3 Johnny McCarthy

4 Mark O’Riordan

5 Stephen Lavin

6 Paudie Browne

7 Pa Ranahan

8 Bobby O’Brien

9 John Galvin

10 John Riordan

11 Thomas Lee

12 Seanie Buckley Captain

13 Eoghan O’Connor

14 Ger Collins

15 Ian Ryan

All Ireland Minor A Camogie Championship Final – Cork 3-4 Kilkenny 1-10

Cronin the Cork saviour

By Ger McNally for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Kilkenny 1-10 Cork 3-04

Orla Cronin proved the Cork heroine in the All-Ireland minor A final at Nenagh on Saturday afternoon when her dramatic injury-time goal snatched a draw. The Cats, who were driven on by the excellent Miriam Walsh, thought they had done enough to win the game when they led by three points deep into injury time but, in the third minute of added on time, Cronin’s effort — which got a deflection on the way to the net, gave Noelle Murphy no chance.

The first half was a tight affair with both sides keen not to hand the initiative to their opponents. Kilkenny held a slender 0-4 to 0-3 at the break but that opening half didn’t hint at the drama that was to come. Cronin’s first goal in the 39th minute moved Cork into a three-point lead but Kilkenny hauled themselves back level with points from Walsh, Ciara Holden and Lydia Fitzpatrick. The excitement was building as the game moved into the final seven minutes and after quick-fire goals at either end from Linda Collins (Cork) and Niamh Donnelly there was still no separating them.

However, it seemed like Kilkenny had finally pulled away when Holden split the posts with a free and Walsh brought here total to five points with two further scores. Cork didn’t lose heart though and kept plugging away right to the very end and they got their reward with Cronin’s late strike forcing a replay on May 11.

Scorers for Kilkenny: M Walsh 0-5, L Fitzpatrick 0-3, N Donnelly 1-0, C Holden 0-2 (1f).

Scorers for Cork: O Cronin 2-2, L Collins 1-0, K Hickey 0-2.

KILKENNY: N Murphy; C Farrell, C Foley, M Kenneally; M Farrell, M O’Connell, A Butler; L Fitzpatrick, A Nolan; M Walsh, S Whelan, A Gannon, A Talbot, C Holden, M Corcoran.

Subs: N Donnelly, L Long.

CORK: A Lee; S Ring, L Treacy, A Curtin; E Kavanagh, L Callanan, S O’Leary; J Hosford, J Hennigan; C Murphy, O Cronin, K Hickey, A O’Connor, R Sheehan, L Collins.

Subs: H Looney, A Wallace, R O’Shea, O Healy.

Referee: J Dolan (Clare)

Electric Ireland Munster MFC Q-F Replay – Cork 3-6 Kerry 0-10

Cork defeated Kerry by 3-6 to 0-10 in the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Quarter-Final Replay on Friday in Austin Stack Park Tralee.

Click to view photos from this match

Cahalane closes door on Kerry

By Denis Hurley for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Electric Ireland Munster MFC quarter-final replay

Cork 3-6 Kerry 0-10

Cork are through to a semi-final meeting with Tipperary in the Electric Ireland Munster MFC after they beat Kerry in their first-round replay at Austin Stack Park in Tralee last night. It was a strange game. Cork did not score after Ryan Harkin’s 46th-minute point, but it was still enough, earlier goals having done enough to knock the life out of the Kerry challenge. Harkin with a point and Kevin O’Neill with a goal were Cork’s only scorers apart from excellent corner-forward Michael Cahalane, who finished with 1-5 and had a massive say in the opening goal in the 10th minute.

With Cork trailing by 0-4 to 0-1, Kevin Cremin and Jack Bushe linked well before the latter found Cahalane and he went for goal, his shot rasping back off the crossbar before hitting unfortunate Kerry midfielder Éanna Ó Conchúir and rebounding back in. That paved the way for Cork to take over on the scoreboard, only trailing once more after that, yet manager Ephie Fitzgerald was not getting over-excited. “We were pleased with some aspects of it,” he said. “We had a sluggish start and then got a fortuitous goal, but after that we improved. Michael Cahalane was outstanding all right, anything that went his way he won it, he gave us a great outlet. “The goals gave us a cushion, they win matches, if you get three you should win most matches. There are still a lot of things to work with, we’re happy with the win, but not the overall performance.”

In contrast with last week’s drawn game, this time Cork took their goal chances while Kerry failed to. Having opted to play with the strong wind blowing towards Castleisland, the home side found their rhythm immediately and only a good save from Cork goalkeeper Anthony Casey denied Tomás Ó Sé a goal inside 20 seconds. Conor Keane pointed immediately for the home side though, and points followed from Ó Sé, Éanna Ó Conchúir and Jack Savage as Cork struggled, unable to work the ball in despite having withdrawn full-forward Aidan Moynihan.

Cahalane’s free got the visitors off the mark in the eighth minute and then, after the goal, he put them ahead for the first time as Kerry, who also played with just two men inside in the opening period, began to offer up cheap wides. Savage was a constant threat at centre-forward, his kick-passing excellent, and he converted a free before assisting for Keane to put them back in front at 0-6 to 1-2 by the midway stage of the half. They would not score again before half time though, and after Cahalane levelled Cork were back in front when the same player found the net after good work by Jack Bushe.

Having seized upon a loose ball 40m out, the Ilen Rovers player drove towards goal and then passed to Cahalane within shooting range, allowing him an easy finish. Another Cahalane free made it 2-4 to 0-6 at the turnaround, and immediately after the restart he found the impressive Kevin O’Neill with a lovely threaded ball, the wing-back finishing well with the outside of his boot for a third goal. Though Kerry responded with two Savage frees, Cahalane and Harkin put Cork 3-6 to 0-8 in front and good defending from Micheál McSweeney and captain Stephen Cronin ensured Kerry’s efforts to mine an avenue back into the game were frustrated.

Savage did get the game’s final two points, but by then the outcome was decided. Manager Mickey Ned O’Sullivan remained positive, however. “You have to give credit [to Cork], they took the goals, they’re a strong, physically imposing team and that was the difference,” he said. “We’ll regroup now, we have a game against Clare or Limerick, that’s the only show in town. “As the year goes by, the conditions will get better and the ground harder, that’ll suit the smaller guys.”

Scorers for Cork: M Cahalane 1-5 (0-4f), K O’Neill 1-0, Own goal 1-0, R Harkin 0-1.

Scorers for Kerry: J Savage 0-6 (5f), C Keane 0-2, T Ó Sé, É Ó Conchúir 0-1 each.

CORK: A Casey; M McSweeney, K Flahive, D Quinn; S White, S Cronin, K O’Neill; R Harkin, K O’Connor; J Bushe, C Kingston, R O’Sullivan; M Cahalane, A Moynihan, R O’Sullivan.

Subs: D O’Driscoll for O’Sullivan, K Histon for Quinn (both 36), R Cahalane for Moynihan (43), P O’Brien for O’Neill (51), C O’Driscoll for Cahalane (60).

KERRY: S Ryan; ST Dillon, C Ó Lúing, P Ó Conchúir; M Flaherty, G Horan, B Sugrue; É Ó Conchúir, K Shanahan; T Ó Sé, J Savage, D Foran; C Keane, C Jordan, K Spillane.

Subs: M Burns for Spillane, F Clifford for Dillon (half-time), P Carroll for Foran (50), S O’Connor for Ó Conchúir (54).

Referee: D Grogan (Tipperary)

Next Round – the winners play Tipperary in the Munster Semi-Final on May 15th. The losers will play the winners of the Semi-Final 1st playoff between Clare and Limerick on May 4th.

Team News

Due to a number of late injury concerns, the Cork Minor Football team to play Kerry in tomorrow night’s Munster Quarter-Final replay at 7.30pm in Tralee will now line out as follows –

1. Anthony Casey

2. Michael McSweeney 3. Dylan Quinn 4. Kevin Flahive

5. Sean White 6. Stephen Cronin 7. Kevin O’Neill

8. Ryan Harkin 9. Conor Kingston

10. Richard O’Sullivan 11. Killian O’Connor 12. Kevin Cremin

13. Michael Cahalane 14. Aidan Moynihan 15. Jack Bushe

16. Colm O’Driscoll Castlehaven

17. Kieran Histon Cobh

18. Rickard Cahalane Sliabh Rua

19. Conor O’Driscoll Mizen Rovers

20. Patrick O’Brien Bandon

21. Donal O’Driscoll Clann na nGael

22. Adam Lyne St. Finbarr’s

23. James Moynihan Canovee

24. Mark Prendergast Ballincollig

Dylan Quinn, who came on as a substitute in the drawn game, replaces Niall Hayes, who has not fully recovered from a previous injury. Kieran Histon and Rickard Cahalane are also carrying minor injuries. Seán White and Kevin Flahive come into the half and full-back lines respectively, with Conor Kingston in at mid-field in place of injury victim Peter O’Neill. Richard O’Sullivan starts at wing-forward, with Don O’Driscoll moving to the bench, while penalty-scorer Aidan Moynihan replaces Conor O’Driscoll in the full-forward line.

Additional panel members: Niall Hayes (Kilmacabea), Cian O’Donovan (Clonakilty), Peter Kelleher (Western Gaels), Michael Hurley (Castlehaven), Damien O’Gorman (Kilmeen), Alan Power (Bishopstown), Jordan O’Connor (Na Piarsaigh), Trevor Horgan (Newcestown), Peter O’Neill (Ballincollig).

The Kerry Team to play Cork in the Electric Ireland Munster GAA Minor Football Championship Quarter Final Replay in Austin Stack Park on Friday evening at 7:30 shows two changes in personnel from the drawn game. Kevin Shanahan of Ardfert and Conor Jordan of Austin Stacks, both of whom were introduced during the drawn game, come into the side at midfield and full forward respectively for the players they replaced on Friday last, Barry O’Sullivan and Shane O’Connor. Shanahan takes over the captaincy of the side representing County Champions St Brendans.

Kerry team –

1. Shane Ryan Rathmore

2. Sean T. Dillon St Senans

3. Cathal Ó Luing An Ghaeltacht

4. Pádraig Ó Conchúir Daingean Uí Chúis

5. Matthew Flaherty Daingean Uí Chúis

6. Greg Horan Austin Stacks

7. Brian Sugrue Renard

8. Eanna Ó Conchúir An Ghaeltacht

9. Kevin Shanahan Ardfert (Captain)

10. David Foran St Senans

11. Jack Savage Kerins O’Rahillys

12. Tomás Ó Sé An Ghaeltacht

13. Conor Keane Killarney Legion

14. Conor Jordan Austin Stacks

15. Killian Spillane Templenoe

16. Darragh O’Shea Ballydonoghue

17. Shane O’Connor John Mitchels

18. Barry O’Sullivan Daingean Uí Chúis

19. Fionán Clifford Waterville

20. Kieran Murphy Glenflesk

21. Paudie Carroll Ardfert

22. Michéal Burns Dr Crokes

23. Joe O’Kelly Austin Stacks

24. Tony Brosnan Dr Crokes

Management Team:

Bainsteoir: Mickey Ned O’Sullivan (Kenmare)

Selectors: John O’Keeffe (Austin Stacks), Peter Keane (St Marys)

There are 7 survivors from the Kerry Minor team that was defeated by Dublin in the All Ireland Semi Final in 2012 namely, Cathal Ó Luing, Padraig Ó Conchúir, Greg Horan, Éanna Ó Conchúir, David Foran, Jack Savage and Conor Keane.

PRO Contact Details

Kerry PRO John O’Leary – pro.kerry@gaa.ie and 086-302 6041

Cork PRO Tracey Kennedy – pro.cork@gaa.ie and 087 1250373

Contact Munster GAA PRO Ed Donnelly at pro.munster@gaa.ie for more information

For the Record

Cork Kerry
2013 Team Management Ephie Fitzgerald
(Nemo Rangers – Manager) 

Andrew McCarthy (Inniscarra), Pat Spratt (Buttevant),
Liam Hodnett (St. Finbarr’s), Donal O Sullivan (Castletownbere)

Mickey Ned O’Sullivan (Bainsteoir) 

Peter Keane
(Maor Foirne)

John O’Keeffe
(Selector / Physical Trainer)

2013 Team Captain Stephen Cronin
(Nemo Rangers)
Shane O’Connor
(John Mitchels)
2012 Championship Performance Defeated Limerick in the first round by 3-13 to 0-6 in the Gaelic Grounds Limerick. 

Lost to Tipperary in the Munster Semi-Final at
Pairc Ui Chaoimh on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-9

Lost to Tipperary in the first round before qualifying for the Munster Final with victories over Waterford, Limerick and Clare. Lost to Tipperary by 2-14 to 1-14 in the Munster Final. Defeated Roscommon by 1-9 to 0-11 in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final before losing to Dublin in the All-Ireland Semi-Final by 3-12 to 1-10
Number of Munster Minor Football titles 29 41
Last Munster Minor Football Title 2010 2009
Munster Minor Football Championship Record since 2000 Played – 43
Won – 26
Lost – 13
Drawn – 4
Played – 51
Won – 38
Lost – 9
Drawn – 4

MUNSTER GAA FOOTBALL MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP 2013

First Round

Friday April 19th

@ Pairc Ui Rinn                              Cork 2-13 Kerry 2-13

Saturday April 20th

@ Cusack Park Ennis                    Tipperary 1-10 Clare 0-8
@ Fraher Field Dungarvan                        Waterford 3-10 Limerick 3-9

 

First Round Replay

Friday April 26th
@ Austin Stack Park Tralee           Cork v Kerry                                                  @ 7:30pm

Semi-Final Play-off 1

Saturday April 27th
@ Cusack Park Ennis                    Clare v Limerick                                           @ 7:00pm

Semi-Final Play-off 2

Saturday May 4th

 

@ TBC                                               Losers of Cork v Kerry and Winners of Clare v Limerick

 

Venue Permutations
@ Cork venue                                  Cork v Clare
(last meeting in 2011 Semi-Final at Cusack Park Ennis)

@ Cork venue                                  Cork v Limerick
(last meeting in 2012 First Round at Pairc Ui Rinn)

@ Kerry venue                                 Kerry v Clare
(last meeting in 2012 Semi-Final at Cusack Park Ennis)

@ Limerick venue                            Kerry v Limerick
(last meeting in 2012 Play-off at the Austin Stack Park Tralee)

Semi-Finals

Wednesday May 15th

 

@ Semple Stadium Thurles           Winners of Cork v Kerry v Tipperary
@ TBC                                               Waterford v Winners of Semi-Final Play-off 2

 

Final
Sunday July 7th

@ TBC                                                                                   @ 12:00 noon

Useful Information

Prior to the drawn first round game on Friday last, Cork and Kerry last finished level in the Munster Minor Football Championship on July 11th 2004 in the Final at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick – 0-9 to 0-9. Cork led by four points with seven minutes remaining but Kerry raised four white flags in the closing stages to earn a draw. Kerry won the replay by 0-13 to 1-7 at Pairc Ui Chaoimh four days later.

Team & Scorers from last Drawn game – 2004 Munster Minor Football Final

Cork: K. O’Halloran; R. Carey, N. Horgan, K. Harrington; M. Shields, E.Cadogan, S. Keohane; A. O’Sullivan, C. Keane; C. Callinan, F. Gould, P.Kerrigan; A. Concannon, D. Goulding, K. Canty.
Subs: D. Crowley for Concannon, J. Halbert for Goulding, F. Lynch for Canty.

Kerry: B. Kealy; P. Reidy, L. Quinn, K. Young; D. Doyle, C. Kelleher, D.O’Connor; B. Moran, R. Keating; M. O’Donoghue, Darran O’Sullivan, P. Curran; B. Dennehy, S. Murphy, J. Buckley.

Subs: M. Evans for Curran, A.Kennelly for Keating, C. O’Leary for Dennehy.

Scorers –
Cork: K. Canty, A. O’Sullivan 0-3 each, D. Goulding (free), C. Callinan, J. Halbert 0-1 each.

Kerry: B. Moran (0-1 free), J. Buckley (frees), M. Evans (frees), M.O’Donoghue 0-2 each, D. O’Sullivan 0-1.

Referee: Michael Meade (Limerick)

 

Since 1956, Cork and Kerry have won every Munster Minor Football title with the exception of 1984, 1995, 2011 and 2012 when Tipperary were successful.

Kerry and Tipperary have played 51 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship since 2000, tied for the most compared to the other four Munster counties.

Cork, Kerry and Tipperary have won at least 1 match in the Munster Minor Football Championship every year since 2001.

Prior to 2012, Kerry’s last defeat in a first round Munster Minor Football Championship game was in March 2002 when they lost to Tipperary by 2-11 to 2-9 at Kilmallock. Kerry avenged that defeat with a 3-16 to 2-6 win over Tipperary in the 2002 Munster Final played at Semple Stadium Thurles.

Tipperary are going for 3 Munster Minor Football titles in a row for the first time having won two in a row in 1934 / 1935 and 2011 / 2012.

Tipperary have won their last 7 games in the Munster Minor Football Championship and have won 10 of their last 11 matches over the last three seasons when you include the All-Ireland series.

Munster Minor Football Championship Roll Of Honour

Kerry (41)

1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1970, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009.

Cork (29)

1939, 1952, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2010

Tipperary (7)

1934, 1935, 1955, 1984, 1995, 2011, 2012

Clare (3)

1929, 1930, 1953

Limerick (1)

1956

Munster Minor Football Championship – List of Winning Teams

Visit the Munster GAA web site History section to view the complete list of each winning team since the competition began in1929 – http://munster.gaa.ie/history/mf_teams/

Munster Minor Football Cup

The Tadhg Crowley Cup was presented by Munster Council in 1990 to commemorate late Munster Council Treasurer. Tadhg was elected as Munster Council Treasurer in 1968 and served until his death in December 1989. A teacher by profession, he also served as Kerry County Board Secretary from 1955 until 1970. Tadhg was recognized as a specialist in organizing and handling styles and gates at Munster Championship games.

All Ireland Minor Football Championship

In the Minor Football All Ireland Roll of Honour, Kerry top the charts with 11 titles while Cork are tied for second with Dublin with 10 titles. Clare won the first All-Ireland Minor Football title in 1929 while Tipperary’s two All-Ireland successes at this grade came in 1934 and 2011. Between them Munster counties have accounted for 24 All-Ireland Minor Football titles, ahead of Leinster and Ulster (20 titles each) and Connacht (17 titles).

Kerry were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1931, 1932, 1933, 1946, 1950, 1962, 1963, 1975, 1980, 1988, 1994

Cork were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1961, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1974, 1981, 1991, 1993, 2000

Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Semi-Final – Tipperary 4-20 Dublin 0-17

Tipperary defeated Dublin by 4-20 to 0-17 in the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Semi-Final on Sunday at Semple Stadium Thurles.

 

Classy Tipperary waltz into final

Allianz Hurling League Division I Semi-Final: Tipperary 4-20 Dublin 0-17

Report from the GAA.ie web site

Tipperary cruised into the Allianz Hurling League Division I final on Sunday with a very comfortable and fully deserved 15-point victory over Dublin at Semple Stadium. Three first-half goals formed the bedrock for the Tipperary victory, as it helped them into a 12-point half-time lead from which Dublin never looked likely to be able to recover from. The first two goals were scored within the first 12 minutes for Tipperary, with Shane Bourke and Patrick Maher raising the early green flags for Eamon O’Shea’s side. Dublin looked to be coming back into the game a little towards the end of the first half, but the third Tipperary goal, through a Seamus Callanan penalty, curtailed their progress just shy of the break.

Callanan finished with a personal tally of 1-7, and it was a very positive day for the entire Tipperary forward line, with all six of them having scored by the 18th minute. Dublin’s main problem in the game was the number of disappointing wides they had, and had Anthony Daly’s side been more clinical in front of the goal, the gap at the end might have been much smaller. The three goals helped Tipperary into a big half-time lead, 3-11 to 0-8 to the good. The first came after just two minutes, with Shane Bourke brilliantly catching a high, long delivery from Noel McGrath. Bourke caught the ball on the endline, turned his marker, and fired to the net. That score was quickly followed by points from Man of the Match Jason Forde, Noel McGrath and Callanan, and the second Tipperary goal, on 11 minutes, followed shortly afterwards. It was a fine individual score from Patrick Maher, who carved out the chance after racing onto a loose ball which had been blocked down by a Dublin defender.

He raced in directly towards goal from the centre, rounded Paul Schutte, and despite being tripped by the Dublin full back, Maher managed to fire to the net as he was falling to the ground. That made it 2-3 to 0-1, and with Dublin guilty of many bad wides, Tipperary’s continued scoring increased their already significant lead. Points from Lar Corbett and Pa Bourke meant all six Tipperary forwards had scored by the midway point of the first half, and following a couple of Callanan placed balls, Tipp’s lead was 2-8 to 0-2 after 24 minutes. Anthony Daly tried to change things by bringing in Ryan O’Dwyer and Paul Ryan, and they made a difference as Dublin improved for the final 10 minutes of the first half.

Points from Ryan, Sutcliffe and a brace from David O’Callaghan before half-time finally got Dublin moving, on the scoreboard at least, but the third Tipperary goal, from the impressive Callanan from the penalty spot on 34 minutes, was a really fatal blow. The penalty came about following a foul by Ruairí Trainor on Shane Bourke, and Callanan made no mistake with the placed ball, firing high and hard to the net.

The second half started with a flurry of scores, the two sides sharing six fine points between them in the space of a couple of minutes. However, the key moment in that period was a brilliant save by Tipperary goal Brendan Cummins, diving low to his right to deny Sutcliffe what could have been an important goal at that stage. Dublin kept plugging away, and got to within 10 following points from Shane Durkin and Conal Keaney, but just when it looked like they might muster some kind of comeback in the final 20 minutes, Tipperary went on a scoring burst again.

Callanan ended a run of three successive Dublin points with two fine scores, and that brace was followed by a double from Pa Bourke, and a classy score from young Forde. That flurry left Tipperary in total control, if they hadn’t been already, leading 3-20 to 0-15 with just over 10 minutes to go. The game fizzled out in the closing stages, but Tipperary were gifted a fourth goal right at the end when Dublin goalkeeper Alan Nolan failed to deal with a high ball, and under pressure, turned the ball into his own net.

Scorers for Tipperary: S Callanan 1-7 (1 pen, 2f, 1 65′), S Bourke 1-1, J Forde 0-4 (1 sl), Patrick Maher 1-0, N McGrath 0-3, Pa Bourke 0-3, L Corbett 0-1, S McGrath 0-1, A Nolan 1-0 (own goal).

Scorers for Dublin: D Sutcliffe 0-4, P Ryan 0-4 (3f, 1 65′), D Treacy 0-3 (1f), D O’Callaghan 0-2, S Durkin 0-2, J Boland 0-1, C Keaney 0-1

Tipperary: B Cummins; P Stapleton, Pádraic Maher, M Cahill; B Maher, C O’Mahony, D Maher; N McGrath, S McGrath; S Callanan, L Corbett, Patrick Maher; S Bourke, P Bourke, J Forde.
Subs for Tipperary: C O’Brien for M Cahill (51), J Woodlock for S McGrath (58), M Heffernan for L Corbett (59), T Hammersley for S Bourke (64), T Hamill for Pádraic Maher (64).

Dublin: A Nolan; P Kelly, P Schutte, R Trainor; M Carton, L Rushe, S Durkin; J Boland, S Lambert; C Keaney, K McCaffrey, D Sutcliffe; C McCormack, D O’Callaghan, D Treacy.
Subs for Dublin: R O’Dwyer for S Lambert (21), P Ryan for C McCormack (24), N Corcoran for R Traynor (47), N McMorrow for J McCaffrey (53), E Dillon for D Treacy (61).

Referee: Brian Gavin (Offaly)


Team News

The Tipperary senior hurling team to play Dublin in the Allianz Hurling league semi-final at Semple Stadium on Sunday has 5 changes from the team which defeated Clare in the last group game. Brendan Cummins, Donagh Maher, Patrick Maher, Pa Bourke and Jason Forde are selected in place of Darren Gleeson, Paul Curran, Conor O’Brien, John O’Dwyer and Eoin Kelly.

1. Brendan Cummins (Ballybacon Grange)
2. Paddy Stapleton (Borris-Ileigh)
3. Padraic Maher (Thurles Sarsfields)
4. Michael Cahill (Thurles Sarsfields)
5. Brendan Maher (Borris-Ileigh)
6. Conor O’Mahony (Newport)
7. Donagh Maher (Burgess)
8. Noel McGrath (Loughmore Castleiney)
9. Shane McGrath (Ballinahinch)
10. Seamus Callanan (Drom and Inch)
11. Lar Corbett (Thurles Sarsfields)
12. Patrick Maher (Lorrha and Dorrha)
13. Shane Bourke (JK Brackens)
14. Pa Bourke (Thurles Sarsfields)
15. Jason Forde (Silvermines)

Dublin (v Tipperary): Alan Nolan; Peter Kelly, Paul Schutte, Ruairi Treanor; Michael Carton, Liam Rushe, Shane Durkin; Joey Boland, Simon Lambert; Conal Keaney, John McCaffrey, Danny Sutcliffe; Conor McCormack, David O’Callaghan, David Treacy.
Subs: Gary Maguire, Kevin Byrne, Niall Corcoran, Eamon Dillon, Jack Doughan, Oisin Gough, Stephen Hiney, Sean McGrath, Niall McMorrow, Ryan O’Dwyer, Paul Ryan

Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Quarter Final – Tipperary 1-10 Clare 0-8

Early Tynan goal keeps Tipp on course for three-in-a-row

Report from the Irish Independent newspaper

Tipperary 1-10 Clare 0-8

THE Tipperary minor footballers began their quest to achieve a record three-in-a-row Munster titles at Cusack Park, Ennis and came away with a merited five-point win over home side Clare. Spearheaded by Tom Kirwan at full-forward, Tipperary got into their stride and dominated the game for the last 50 minutes or so, despite a sluggish start. Clare were quick off the mark and raced into a 0-3 to 0-0 lead. But young Tipperary corner-forward Alan Tynan netted his side’s opening score in the 10th minute to draw them level. Tipperary went on to lead by 1-3 to 0-4 at the break, and then took a firm grip on the game in the second half. By the mid-point, they were in front by 1-8 to 0-4. Clare did have the last three scores of the game but the outcome of this tie was hardly in doubt, even as early as the end of the third quarter.

SCORERS – Tipperary: A Tynan 1-2, T Kirwan 0-4, J Keane 0-2 (1f), L Casey (f), P Maher 0-1 each. Clare: B Keating 0-4 (3fs), P O’Malley 0-2 (2fs), L Madigan, D Walsh 0-1 each.

TIPPERARY – J Brady; D Owens, J Feehan, W Connors; L Boland, R Mulcahy, K Fahey; M Russell, C O’Riordan; M Meagher, J Keane, L Casey; A Tynan, T Kirwan, P Maher. Subs: P Shanahan for Meagher inj.(26), E Maloney for Casey (38), M Connolly for Feehan (56), M O’Connor for Boland (58).

CLARE – K Normoyle; F Pyne, J O’Dea, L Howard; K Malone, E Clancy, J Browne; E Hanrahan, D Walsh; J Downes, P O’Malley, C O hAinfein; E Courtney, C Galvin, B Keating. Subs: L Madigan for Galvin (h-t) J Woods for Malone (h-t), O Hanrahan for Browne (35), D Nagle for Clancy (51), C O’Dea for O’Malley (56).

REF – B Stack (Limerick)

Team News

The Tipperary minor football team to play Clare this evening is as follows:

1. Jack Brady (Ballina)
2. Danny Owens (Moyle Rovers)
3. James Feehan (Killenaule)
4. Willie Connors (Kildangan)
5. Luke Boland (Moyle Rovers)
6. Ross Mulcahy (Moyle Rovers)
7. Kevin Fahey (Clonmel Commercials)
8. Mark Russell (Lattin Cullen)
9. Colin O’Riordan (JK Brackens) CAPTAIN
10. Michael Meagher (Grangemockler / Ballyneale)
11. Josh Keane (Golden Kilfeacle)
12. Liam Casey (Cahir)
13. Alan Tynan (Inane Rovers)
14. Tom Kirwan (Ardfinnan)
15. Paul Maher (Kilsheelan)

PRO Contact Details

Clare PRO Sean O’Halloran – pro.clare@gaa.ie and 087 2477803

Tipperary PRO Ger Ryan – pro.tipperary@gaa.ie and 086-8149146

Contact Munster GAA PRO Ed Donnelly at pro.munster@gaa.ie for more information

For the Record

Clare Tipperary
2013 Team Management Michael Neylon
(Corofin – Manager) 

Michael Queally
(Cooraclare – Coach)

Selectors – Noel Normoyle (Kilmihil), Donal O h Ainifein (Ruan), Michael Neylon (Eire Óg), Paul Conway (Kilkee)

Charlie McKeever
(Manager) 

Selectors – Kevin Mulryan, Shane Stapleton
and Jim Mullins

2013 Team Captain Jack Browne
(Kilrush)
Colin O’Riordan
(JK Brackens)
2012 Championship Performance Defeated Waterford by 2-20 to 0-5 in the first round at Cusack Park Ennis. 

Lost to Kerry by 0-17 to 3-4 in the Munster Semi-Final at Cusack Park Ennis.

Defeated Kerry by 2-9 to 0-8 in the first round before defeating Cork by 1-10 to 0-9 in the Munster Semi-Final. 

Defeated Kerry by 2-14 to 1-14 in the Munster Final at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.

Lost to Mayo by 0-19 to 1-8 in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final

Number of Munster Minor Football titles 3 7
Last Munster Minor Football Title 1953 2012
Munster Minor Football Championship Record since 2000 Played – 43
Won – 15
Lost – 24
Drawn – 4
Played – 50
Won – 24
Lost – 22
Drawn – 4
Last meeting in the Munster Minor Football Championship 2010 Munster Minor Football Championship Semi-Final 2nd Playoff at Semple Stadium Thurles – Tipperary 1-8 Clare 1-3

MUNSTER GAA FOOTBALL MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP 2013

First Round

Friday April 19th

@ Pairc Ui Rinn                              Cork v Kerry                                                  @ 7:00pm

Saturday April 20th

@ Cusack Park Ennis                    Clare v Tipperary                                          @ 7:00pm

@ Fraher Field Dungarvan                        Waterford v Limerick                                    @ 2:30pm

Semi-Final Play-off 1

Saturday April 27th

@ TBC                                               Clare or Tipperary v Limerick or Waterford

Venue Permutations

@ Clare venue                                 Clare v Limerick
(last meeting in 2011 Play-off at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick)

@ Waterford venue                         Clare v Waterford
(last meeting in 2012 First Round at Cusack Park Ennis)

@ Semple Stadium Thurles           Tipperary v Limerick

(last meeting in 2011 First Round at Kilmallock)

@ Waterford venue                         Tipperary v Waterford
(last meeting in 2009 Playoff at Semple Stadium Thurles)

Semi-Final Play-off 2

Saturday May 4th

@ TBC                                               Losers of Cork v Kerry and Winners of Semi-Final Play-off 1

Semi-Finals

Wednesday May 15th

@ TBC                                   Winners of Cork v Kerry v Winners of Clare v Tipperary

@ TBC                                   Winners of Limerick v Waterford v Winners of Semi-Final Play-off 2

Final

Sunday July 7th

@ TBC                                                                                   @ 12:00 noon

Useful Information

Clare have won at least one game in each of the last four seasons in the Munster Minor Football Championship.

Tipperary are going for 3 Munster Minor Football titles in a row for the first time having won two in a row in 1934 / 1935 and 2011 / 2012.

Tipperary have won their last 6 games in the Munster Minor Football Championship and have won 9 of their last 10 matches over the last two seasons when you include the All-Ireland series.

Since 1956, Cork and Kerry have won every Munster Minor Football title with the exception of 1984, 1995, 2011 and 2012 when Tipperary were successful.

Kerry and Tipperary have played 50 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship since 2000, tied for the most compared to the other four Munster counties.

Cork, Kerry and Tipperary have won at least 1 match in the Munster Minor Football Championship every year since 2001.

Kerry and Cork last met in the Munster Minor Football Championship in the 2010 Final with Cork winning by 1-8 to 1-7 at Fitzgerald Stadium. Since then, Kerry have played 6 games in the Munster Minor Football Championship while Cork have played 5 games – the longest either county has gone in the history of this competition without playing each other.

Kerry and Cork last met in the first round of the Munster Minor Football Championship on May 18th 1983. Cork defeated Kerry on that occasion by 1-13 to 1-7 at Kilmallock. Cork went on to qualify for the Munster Final where they defeated Tipperary by 1-11 to 1-5 captained by Mick Slocum. The Cork team which won the 1983 Munster Minor Football Final was as follows – Ray Duffy, Michael Maguire, Terry Minihane, Denis Walsh, Mick Slocum (Captain), Brendan Searles, Johnny Moynihan, Brendan Stack, Barry Coffey, Michael McCarthy, Teddy McCarthy, Eddie Kenneally, Martin Kelleher, Tony Power, Paddy Harrington.

Prior to 2012, Kerry’s last defeat in a first round Munster Minor Football Championship game was in March 2002 when they lost to Tipperary by 2-11 to 2-9 at Kilmallock. Kerry avenged that defeat with a 3-16 to 2-6 win over Tipperary in the 2002 Munster Final played at Semple Stadium Thurles.

Waterford have won one of their last 18 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship.

Limerick have won one of their last 9 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship.

Munster Minor Football Championship Roll Of Honour

Kerry (41)

1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1970, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009.

Cork (29)

1939, 1952, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2010

Tipperary (7)

1934, 1935, 1955, 1984, 1995, 2011, 2012

Clare (3)

1929, 1930, 1953

Limerick (1)

1956

Munster Minor Football Championship – List of Winning Teams

Visit the Munster GAA web site History section to view the complete list of each winning team since the competition began in1929 – http://munster.gaa.ie/history/mf_teams/

Munster Minor Football Cup

The Tadhg Crowley Cup was presented by Munster Council in 1990 to commemorate late Munster Council Treasurer. Tadhg was elected as Munster Council Treasurer in 1968 and served until his death in December 1989. A teacher by profession, he also served as Kerry County Board Secretary from 1955 until 1970. Tadhg was recognized as a specialist in organizing and handling styles and gates at Munster Championship games.

All Ireland Minor Football Championship

In the Minor Football All Ireland Roll of Honour, Kerry top the charts with 11 titles while Cork are tied for second with Dublin with 10 titles. Clare won the first All-Ireland Minor Football title in 1929 while Tipperary’s two All-Ireland successes at this grade came in 1934 and 2011. Between them Munster counties have accounted for 24 All-Ireland Minor Football titles, ahead of Leinster and Ulster (20 titles each) and Connacht (17 titles).

Kerry were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1931, 1932, 1933, 1946, 1950, 1962, 1963, 1975, 1980, 1988, 1994

Cork were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1961, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1974, 1981, 1991, 1993, 2000

Cadburys GAA Football All Ireland Under 21 Championship Semi-Final – Cork 0-15 Cavan 1-11

Cadbury’s All-Ireland U21 Football Semi-Final

Cork 0-15 Cavan 1-11

Report via the Irish Examiner newspaper

Cork held on by the skin of their teeth to reach the county’s first Cadbury All-Ireland Under-21 Football final since 2009, as they edged out Cavan in front of 8,120 spectators in Tullamore. Six points ahead with 11 minutes remaining, Cork were closing in on an All-Ireland final date with Galway, but Ulster champions Cavan staged a late rally. Chris Conroy’s 54th-minute goal, allied to points from Conor Madden and Paul O’Connor, ensured the gap was cut to the minimum with six minutes remaining. Mark Sugrue and Dara McVitty then traded points, with a 61st minute point from Conor Moynagh levelling the tie for only the second time and setting up a grandstand finish.

Dan MacEoin popped over his fourth point in the 62nd minute, following a foul on Luke Connolly by goalkeeper Conor Gilsenan. At least three minutes of injury-time were to be added, but an injury to Madden halted proceedings and Cavan manager Peter Reilly reintroduced Enda Reilly to take a crucial free late on. However, the Mullahoran clubman failed to convert the 65th minute chance to force extra-time, with referee Liam Devaney blowing the final whistle from David Hanrahan’s kick-out.

Cavan fielded the same team which started in all of their games in the lead-up to this All-Ireland semi-final. The Breffni youngsters were bidding to reach their second final in three years, and make amends for their 2011 loss to Galway. They settled quickest with points from Paul O’Connor and Reilly helping the three-in-a-row Ulster champions to a 0-2 to 0-0 lead after three minutes. However, Cavan failed to score over the next 13 minutes as Cork got into the game and tagged on four unanswered points. Defender Brian O’Driscoll popped up to open the Rebels’ account in the fourth minute, while points from Dan MacEoin, Luke Connolly and team captain Damien Cahalane ensured a 0-4 to 0-2 lead after 12 minutes.

Cavan cut the deficit entering the second quarter thanks to a point from the right boot of Jack Brady, but Cork began to dominate possession. Luke Connolly and John O’Rourke fired wides, but the Rebels held a double scores advantage in the 26th minute following points from Luke Connolly and Alan Cadogan. Cavan bounced back with pointed efforts from Turloch Mooney and Enda Reilly, but a second point from the boot of MacEoin had Cork leading by 0-7 to 0-5 at the break. The Munster title holders extended their lead to five points inside four minutes of the restart, with Brian Hurley and Mark Sugrue on target and MacEoin added another point soon after.

Cavan worked hard with points from Brady and Reilly, but were unlucky not to take a goal in the 46th minute after Hanrahan denied Chris Conroy. Reilly’s third point cut the gap to four points, and although he was substituted immediately with Conor Madden introduced in his place, the Mullahoran clubman was to have a further impact late on. Cork moved six points clear with quick scores from Mark Sugrue and O’Driscoll, making it 0-13 to 0-7 with 11 minutes left on the clock, but Cavan were by no means finished yet.

The Breffni youngsters upped the pace and intensity and were rewarded with fine points from Madden and Paul O’Connor, and Conroy sandwiched in his impressive goal. Cork dominated possession over the next two minutes but their attacks yielded just one score, with Mark Sugrue on target. Cavan equalised thanks to scores from McVitty and substitute Conor Moynagh. Cork responded to move a point clear, with MacEoin landing his third pointed free in the 62nd minute. Although Cavan had chances late on, luck was not on their side with Reilly’s late miss on his own side being their fifth wide of the half and eighth overall as Cork stood firm for a slender win.

Scorers – Cork: Dan MacEoin 0-4 (0-4f), Mark Sugrue 0-3, Brian O’Driscoll, Brian Hurley, Luke Connolly 0-2 each, Damien Cahalane (0-1 ’45’), Alan Cadogan 0-1 each

Cavan: C Conroy 1-0, E Reilly 0-3, J Brady (0-1f), P O’Connor 0-2 each, T Mooney, D McVitty, C Madden, C Moynagh 0-1 each

CORK: David Hanrahan; Conor Dorman, Damien Cahalane, Alan Cronin; Brian O’Driscoll, Tom Clancy, Jamie Wall; Seán Kiely, Ian Maguire; Alan Cadogan, Mark Sugrue, John O’Rourke; Dan MacEoin, Brian Hurley, Luke Connolly.

Subs used: C Vaughan for Cadogan (56 mins), TJ Brosnan for Clancy (59), J Burns for Maguire (62).

CAVAN: C Gilsenan; J McLoughlin, K Clarke, C Brady; D McVitty, D Sexton, F Flanagan; B Sankey, M Argue; G Smyth, C Conroy, T Mooney; E Reilly, P O’Connor, J Brady.

Subs used: C Moynagh for Sexton, P Graham for Mooney (both 36 mins), C Madden for E Reilly (47), J Dillon for Conroy (56), E Reilly for O’Connor (65).

Referee: Liam Devaney (Mayo)

Useful Information

  • Cork Management: John Cleary (Castlehaven) – Coach, Mick O’Loughlin (Bishopstown), Donal McCarthy (Valley Rovers), Michael Linehan (Killavullen), Brian Herlihy (Dohenys)
  • Cork Captain: Damien Cahalane (Castlehaven)
  • Cork Minor Performance 2010: Defeated Kerry in Munster Final, reached All-Ireland Final but beaten by Tyrone 1-13 o 1-12 – click here for match report
  • Cork U21 2013 Performance: Beat Kerry and Limerick to reach Munster Final; victorious over Tipperary in final, 1-17 to 0-9 – click here for match report
  • Cavan Minor Performance 2010: Beaten by Armagh in Ulster Semi-Final – click here for match report
  • Cavan U21 2013 Performance: Defeated Monaghan and Down to reach Ulster Final; victorious over Donegal in final, 0-13 to 1-6 – click here for match report

 

Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Quarter Final – Waterford 3-10 Limerick 3-9

Waterford defeated Limerick by 3-10 to 3-9 in the Quarter Final of the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship on Saturday in Fraher Field Dungarvan.


Limerick Captain John Murphy (Fr. Casey’s) with Waterford Captain Jason Curry and referee Kevin Murphy ( Cork) prior to the minor football championship game in Dungarvan last Saturday.

Devine inspiration helps Deise end barren spell

Report from the Irish Independent newspaper

Waterford absorbed a late Limerick surge to edge an entertaining clash on Saturday afternoon at Fraher Field and chalk up their first win at minor level in four years. They played an attractive style throughout and their full-forward line struck 1-8 between them. Despite their low levels of preparation, manager John Kiely wasn’t surprised by the outcome. “I have always said that if we get the best lads out on the field at the one time in this county we would be as good as anybody,” he said. Waterford led 2-5 to 1-5 at the break, Tom Devine and Conor Gleeson with the Waterford goals, Jack English raising the green flag for Limerick. Waterford’s lead swelled to nine points when substitute Kevin Daly hit the net on 46 minutes. Limerick battled back with goals from Brian O’Connell and Kieran Daly but it was too little, too late.

Scorers – Waterford: C Gleeson 1-1, T Devine, K Daly 1-0 each, P O’Connor 0-4 (1f), M Troy 0-3 (1f), W Hahessy, C Curran 0-1 each. Limerick: J English 1-1, B O’Connell, K Daly 1-0 each, J Naughton (2fs, 1 ’45’), J Breen (1f) 0-3 each, H Leahy, C Sheehan 0-1 each.

Waterford – C Brown; D Ryan, T Cooney, J Mullaney; B O’Keeffe, B Looby, J Barron; C Curran, T Devine; W Hahessy, M Casey, J Curry; M Troy, C Gleeson, P O’Connor. Subs: J Gleeson for Curry (h-t), K Daly for Casey (44), R Brown for Mullaney (55), C Murray for Troy (57).

Limerick – T Dwyer; S Mullins, J Murphy, D Cussen; S O’Dea, S Cahill, K Ryan; J Naughton, G Reidy; J English, C Sheehan, J Naughton; H Leahy, C O’Shea, J Breen. Subs: J O’Neill for Ryan (40), S Brosnan for Leahy (49), E Murphy for Cussen (49), K Daly for O’Shea (52).

Ref – K Murphy (Cork)

Team News

The Waterford Minor Football team to play Limerick on Saturday in Fraher Field, Dungarvan at 2.30 has been named.

1. Craig Brown Erin’s Own

2. Jack Mullaney Stradbally

3. Tomas Cooney Nire

4. Dermot Ryan Nire

5. Jamie Barron An Rinn

6. Brian Looby Ballinacourty

7. Billy o Keeffe Gaultier

8. Cormac Curran Brickey Rangers

9. Tom Devine Modeligo

10. Willie Hahessy Rathgormack

11. Micheal Casey Dunhill

12. Jason Curry Rathgormack CAPTAIN

13. Michael Troy Modeligo

14. Conor Gleeson Nire

15. Paul O Connor Clashmore/Kinsalebeg

 

The Limerick Minor Football team to play Waterford is as follows –

1. Tom Dwyer Ballylanders

2. Sam Mullins Claughan

3. John Murphy Captain Fr.Casey’s

4. David Cussen Galbally

5. Sean O’Dea Killteely/Dromkeen

6. Stephan Cahill Mountcollins

7. Killian Ryan Mungret

8. Killian Fahy Dromcollegher/ Broadford

9. Gavin Reidy Newcastlewest

10. Brian O’Connell Ballylanders

11. Cian Sheehan Newcastlewest

12. James Naughton St. Senan’s

13. Henry Leahy Killmallock

14. Cormac O’Shea Cappagh Kilcornan

15. Jack Breen Fr. Casey’s

For the Record

Waterford Limerick
2013 Team Management John “Jackson” Kiely (Kilrossanty – Manager) 

Selectors – Tom Guiry (Nire), Tim Linehan (Shamrocks) and Tom Cronin (Ardmore)

Jerry O’Sullivan (Manager), 

Selectors – Brendan Casey, Garrett Noonan
and Sean Holmes

2013 Team Captain Jason Curry
(Rathgormack )
Cillian Fahy
(Dromcollogher Broadford)
2012 Championship Performance Lost to Clare by 2-20 to 0-6 in the first round at Cusack Park Ennis. 

Lost to Kerry by 1-14 to 1-3 in the Semi-Final 1st Playoff at Fraher Field Dungarvan

Lost to Cork by 3-13 to 0-6 in the first round at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick. 

Lost to Kerry by 3-9 to 0-5 in the Semi-Final 2nd Playoff at Austin Stack Park Tralee

Number of Munster Minor Football titles 0 1
Last Munster Minor Football Title N/A 1956
Munster Minor Football Championship Record since 2000 Played – 39
Won – 6
Lost – 28
Drawn – 5
Played – 39
Won – 10
Lost – 26
Drawn – 3
Last meeting in the Munster Minor Football Championship 2010 Munster Minor Football Championship First Round at Kilmallock – Limerick 3-10 Waterford 2-4

MUNSTER GAA FOOTBALL MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP 2013

First Round

Friday April 19th

@ Pairc Ui Rinn                              Cork v Kerry                                                  @ 7:00pm

Saturday April 20th

@ Cusack Park Ennis                    Clare v Tipperary                                          @ 7:00pm

@ Fraher Field Dungarvan                        Waterford v Limerick                                    @ 2:30pm

Semi-Final Play-off 1

Saturday April 27th

@ TBC                                               Clare or Tipperary v Limerick or Waterford

Venue Permutations

@ Clare venue                                 Clare v Limerick
(last meeting in 2011 Play-off at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick)

@ Waterford venue                         Clare v Waterford
(last meeting in 2012 First Round at Cusack Park Ennis)

@ Semple Stadium Thurles           Tipperary v Limerick

(last meeting in 2011 First Round at Kilmallock)

@ Waterford venue                         Tipperary v Waterford
(last meeting in 2009 Playoff at Semple Stadium Thurles)

Semi-Final Play-off 2

Saturday May 4th

@ TBC                                               Losers of Cork v Kerry and Winners of Semi-Final Play-off 1

Semi-Finals

Wednesday May 15th

@ TBC                                   Winners of Cork v Kerry v Winners of Clare v Tipperary

@ TBC                                   Winners of Limerick v Waterford v Winners of Semi-Final Play-off 2

Final

Sunday July 7th

@ TBC                                                                                   @ 12:00 noon

Useful Information

Waterford have won one of their last 18 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship.

Limerick have won one of their last 9 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship.

Since 1956, Cork and Kerry have won every Munster Minor Football title with the exception of 1984, 1995, 2011 and 2012 when Tipperary were successful.

Kerry and Cork last met in the Munster Minor Football Championship in the 2010 Final with Cork winning by 1-8 to 1-7 at Fitzgerald Stadium. Since then, Kerry have played 6 games in the Munster Minor Football Championship while Cork have played 5 games – the longest either county has gone in the history of this competition without playing each other.

Kerry and Cork last met in the first round of the Munster Minor Football Championship on May 18th 1983. Cork defeated Kerry on that occasion by 1-13 to 1-7 at Kilmallock. Cork went on to qualify for the Munster Final where they defeated Tipperary by 1-11 to 1-5 captained by Mick Slocum. The Cork team which won the 1983 Munster Minor Football Final was as follows – Ray Duffy, Michael Maguire, Terry Minihane, Denis Walsh, Mick Slocum (Captain), Brendan Searles, Johnny Moynihan, Brendan Stack, Barry Coffey, Michael McCarthy, Teddy McCarthy, Eddie Kenneally, Martin Kelleher, Tony Power, Paddy Harrington.

Tipperary are going for 3 Munster Minor Football titles in a row for the first time having won two in a row in 1934 / 1935 and 2011 / 2012.

Tipperary have won their last 6 games in the Munster Minor Football Championship and have won 9 of their last 10 matches over the last two seasons when you include the All-Ireland series.

Kerry and Tipperary have played 50 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship since 2000, tied for the most compared to the other four Munster counties.

Cork, Kerry and Tipperary have won at least 1 match in the Munster Minor Football Championship every year since 2001.

Clare have won at least one game in each of the last four seasons in the Munster Minor Football Championship.

Prior to 2012, Kerry’s last defeat in a first round Munster Minor Football Championship game was in March 2002 when they lost to Tipperary by 2-11 to 2-9 at Kilmallock. Kerry avenged that defeat with a 3-16 to 2-6 win over Tipperary in the 2002 Munster Final played at Semple Stadium Thurles.

Munster Minor Football Championship Roll Of Honour

Kerry (41)

1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1970, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009.

Cork (29)

1939, 1952, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2010

Tipperary (7)

1934, 1935, 1955, 1984, 1995, 2011, 2012

Clare (3)

1929, 1930, 1953

Limerick (1)

1956

Munster Minor Football Championship – List of Winning Teams

Visit the Munster GAA web site History section to view the complete list of each winning team since the competition began in1929 – http://munster.gaa.ie/history/mf_teams/

Munster Minor Football Cup

The Tadhg Crowley Cup was presented by Munster Council in 1990 to commemorate late Munster Council Treasurer. Tadhg was elected as Munster Council Treasurer in 1968 and served until his death in December 1989. A teacher by profession, he also served as Kerry County Board Secretary from 1955 until 1970. Tadhg was recognized as a specialist in organizing and handling styles and gates at Munster Championship games.

All Ireland Minor Football Championship

In the Minor Football All Ireland Roll of Honour, Kerry top the charts with 11 titles while Cork are tied for second with Dublin with 10 titles. Clare won the first All-Ireland Minor Football title in 1929 while Tipperary’s two All-Ireland successes at this grade came in 1934 and 2011. Between them Munster counties have accounted for 24 All-Ireland Minor Football titles, ahead of Leinster and Ulster (20 titles each) and Connacht (17 titles).

Kerry were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1931, 1932, 1933, 1946, 1950, 1962, 1963, 1975, 1980, 1988, 1994

Cork were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1961, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1974, 1981, 1991, 1993, 2000

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