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Senior Hurling/Shinty International Series 2nd Test – Ireland 2-18 Scotland 0-8

Ireland defeated Scotland by 2-18 to 0-8 in the Senior Hurling/Shinty International Series 2nd Test on Saturday October 25th at Newry. Ireland won on aggregate over the 2 legs by 7 points.

Fixture Details
25.10.2014 (Sat)
Senior Hurling / Shinty International 2nd Test
Páirc Esler, Newry 17:00
Ireland v Scotland
Referee: Christy Browne (Gaillimh)

Match Coverage

This game will be live on TG4

Hurling/Shinty International Series

The first test of the 2014 Senior Hurling/Shinty International Series involving Ireland and Scotland will take place on 18th October at 2.00pm in Bught Park, Inverness.

The Hurling/Shinty senior series is played on a home and away basis. The return game will be played in Newry on 25th October along with the U21 game which takes place at 3pm and the senior game at 5.00pm. The Senior Test will be shown live on TG4.

The Irish Hurling/Shinty senior team will be managed again this year by Michael Walsh (Kilkenny).

The Irish panel for the senior test is as follows;

Senior Hurling/Shinty International Team 2014

1. EOIN REILLY (Laois)
3. PAUL DERMODY (Kildare)
4. PAUL DIVILLY (Kildare)
5. JOHN EGAN (Kerry) Senior Debut
8. CONOR LEHANE (Cork) Senior Debut
9. PATRICK MAHER (Tipperary)
10. CONOR MCCANN (Antrim) Senior Debut
11. NEAL MCCAULEY (Antrim)
12. JONNY MCCUSKER (Down) Senior Debut
13. DAVID MCINERNEY (Clare) Senior Debut
14. BRIAN MURPHY (Kerry) Senior Debut
15. SHANE NOLAN (Kerry) Senior Debut
17. EOIN PRICE (Westmeath)
18. MATTHEW WHELAN (Laois) Senior Debut
19. DAVID KETTLE (Louth) Senior Debut

The Under 21 team is as follows;
1. PADDY MCKENNA (Kildare)
2. JOSEPH BOYLE (Westmeath)
3. JOE CAMPION (Laois)
5. EVAN DEMPSEY (Kildare)
7. DEAN HIGGINS (Galway)
8. GERRY KEEGAN (Kildare)
9. TONY KELLY (Clare)
11. SEANDA MOREY (Clare)
12. AARON NUGENT (Wicklow)
13. NIALL O BRIEN (Westmeath)
16. JAMES TOHER (Meath)
18. NOEL FALLON (Roscommon)

AIB All Ireland Junior Camogie Club Championship Quarter Final – Clanmaurice (Kerry) 2-13 Tara (London) 3-7

Clanmaurice (Kerry) defeated Tara (London) by 2-13 to 3-7 in the AIB All Ireland Junior Camogie Club Championship Quarter Final on Saturday October 25th at Ruislip.

Corn Uí Mhuirí Round 1

There were 7 games down for decision in round 1 of the Munster GAA Post Primary Schools Corn Uí Mhuirí Senior A Football competition played on Wednesday October 22nd.


Corn Ui Mhuiri Senior A Football Round 1

Tralee CBS 4-10 DLS Macroom 1-11
Col Cholim Ballincollig 3-08 Clonakilty CS 0-14
St Brendans Col 2-17 Mercy Mounthawk 2-5
Col Na Sceilge 1-18 St Flannans Col 0-6
St Fachtnas Skib 2-10 Rochestown Col 3-7
HS Clonmel 2-7 West Limerick 0-3
PS Chorca Dhuibhne 0-14 Col Chriost Ri 1-3

Pobailscoil Chorca Duibhne V Coláiste Chríost Rí

When – Wednesday October 22nd at 1:30pm

Where – Clondrohid

Referee – Richard Moloney (Limerick)

Next Round – Pobailscoil Chorca Duibhne will play ISK Cill Orgaín in Round 2 on November 12th. Coláiste Chríost Rí have a bye in round 2 and will play ISK Cill Orgaín in Round 3 on November 26th.

Admission Prices

Adults – €5
Students / OAP’s – €3

All Media and Munster Council passes accepted.

For the Record

Pobailscoil Chorca Duibhne Coláiste Chríost Rí
2014 / 2015 Team Management Ciarán Ó Móráin (Bainisteoir), Tomás Ó Beaglaíoch,
Tomás Ó Grifín
Aidan Moynihan,
Ephie Fitzgerald, Paul Kerrigan & Declan O’Mahoney
2013 / 2014 Corn Uí Mhuirí Performance Defeated De La Salle, Macroom by 3-14 to 3-9 to win the Corn Uí Mhuirí for the third time in a row Lost to Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne after extra time by 1-13 to 2-7 in the Corn Uí Mhuirí Quarter-Final Replay
2013 / 2014 Frewen Cup Under 16 ½ A Football Performance Lost to Coláiste Chríost Rí by 4-11 to 0-10 in the Quarter-Final Lost to St Francis College Rochestown by 2-16 to 2-6 in the Semi-Final
Number of Corn Uí Mhuirí titles                            3 15
Last Corn Uí Mhuirí Title 2013/2014 2010/2011
Most recent meeting February 8th 2014 – Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 1-13 Colaiste Chriost Rí 2-7 AET (Corn Uí Mhuirí Quarter-Final Replay)

Corn Uí Mhuirí Group D Fixtures

Teams – P. S Chorca Dhuibhne, Coláiste Chríost Rí, ISK Cill Orgaín

Teora Aoise: 1/6/96

Round 1 – October 22nd 

Pobail Scoil Chorca Duibhne v
Coláiste Chríost Rí




Round 2 – November 12th 

Pobailscoil Chorca Duibhne v ISK Cill Orgaín


Round 3 – November 26th


Coláiste Chríost Rí v ISK Cill Orgaín

Team Panels

Pobailscoil Chorca Duibhne

Name Club
Lúcás de Bhailís Daingean Uí Chuis
Seán Ó Lúing An Ghaeltacht
Seanachán Ó Muircheartaigh Lios Póil
Tom Ó Súllleabháin Daingean Uí Chuis
Tomás Ó Súilleabháin Daingean Uí Chuis
Conchúir Ó Súilleabhain Daingean Uí Chuis
Brian Ó Beaglaoich An Ghaeltacht
Aodhán Ó Conchúir Daingean Uí Chuis
Micheál Ó Baoill Daingean Uí Chuis
Lúcás Mac Giolla Earnáin Daingean Uí Chuis
Cian Ó Murchú An Ghaeltacht
Tomás Breathnach An Ghaeltacht
PJ Mac Láimh An Ghaeltacht
Colin Ó Dubháin Lios Póil
Pádraig Mac an tSíthigh Daingean Uí Chuis
Seán Ó Catháin Lios Póil
Cathal Mac an tSíthigh Daingean Uí Chuis
Fearghal Ó Cuanaigh An Ghaeltacht
Pater Paul Sauerland An Ghaeltacht
Marc Ó Conchúir Daingean Uí Chuis
Seán Ó Gairbhia An Ghaeltacht
Cathal Ó Bambaire Daingean Uí Chuis
Conchúir Ó Géibheannaigh Daingean Uí Chuis
Séamus Ó Muircheartaigh An Ghaeltacht
Gareth Ó Brosnacháin Daingean Uí Chuis
Seán Ó Bambaire An Ghaeltacht
Máirtín Ó Gormáin An Ghaeltacht
Tomás Mac an tSíthigh Daingean Uí Chuis
Liam Ó Brosnacháin Daingean Uí Chuis
Pádraig Ogie Ó Sé An Ghaeltacht
Séamus Ó Flaithbheartaigh Daingean Uí Chuis
Aaron Ó Muircheartaigh Lios Póil
Ryan Ó Mainnín Lios Póil
Seán Ó Núnáin Lios Póil
Barra Seán Mac an Bradáin Renvyle, Galway
Séin Ó Conchúir Daingean Uí Chuis

Coláiste Chríost Rí

Name Club
Matthew O’Mahoney Nemo Rangers
David Horgan Nemo Rangers
Olan Murphy St. Finbarrs
Colm Scully St. Finbarrs
Corey Buckley St. Finbarrs
Dylan Byrne St. Finbarrs
Conor Dennehy St. Finbarrs
Alan O’Callaghan St. Michaels
Jack Ryan Sliabh Rua
Darragh Kelly Douglas
Chulainn O’Neill Castlehaven
Séan O’Brien Nemo Rangers
Peter Cummins St. Michaels
Brian Kerins St. Finbarrs
Eoin O’Regan St. Finbarrs
Eoghan O’Leary Sliabh Rua
Adam Cotter Brian Dillons
Shane McCarthy St. Finbarrs
Ian O’Callaghan St. Finbarrs
Paul Geary Sliabh Rua
Chidozie Ogbene Nemo Rangers
John Good Tracton
Cian McCarthy Douglas
Shane Hannigan St. Finbarrs
Darren Hourihan Nemo Rangers
Ian Butler Sliabh Rua
Fionán Ó’Sé St. Finbarrs
Aaron West Nemo Rangers
Joe Coughlan Nemo Rangers
Cian Buckley St. Finbarrs
Shane Hurley St. Finbarrs
Mark O’Keeffe St. Michaels
Jack O’Regan Sliabh Rua
Aaron Browne Nemo Rangers
Gavin Holland Nemo Rangers
Sean Dennehy St. Finbarrs
Mark Cronin Nemo Rangers
Colm Kiely Nemo Rangers
Mark Brosnan Carrigaline
Darragh Moran St. Finbarrs

Corn Uí Mhuirí Roll Of Honour

St. Brendan’s, Killarney (20) – 1929, 1930, 1937, 1938, 1942, 1943, 1946, 1947, 1963, 1966, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1986, 1992, 1994, 2008, 2010

Tralee CBS (15) – 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1940, 1941, 1944, 1945, 1948, 1953, 1955, 1976, 1999, 2000, 2007

Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork (15) – 1967, 1968, 1970, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1997, 1998, 2004, 2011

Colaiste Iosagain, Ballyvourney (7) – 1949, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1971, 1981

De La Salle College Waterford (5) – 1958, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965

Colaiste Na Sceilge, Caherciveen (4) – 2001, 2002, 2003, 2009

North Monastery, Cork (3) – 1935, 1936, 1988

St Flannan’s College, Ennis (3) – 1959, 1993, 1995

St. Fachtna’s, Skibbereen (3) – 1982, 1990, 1991

Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne (3) – 2012, 2013, 2014

Limerick CBS (2) – 1956, 1960

CBS High School Clonmel (1) – 1928

Colaste na Mumhan (1) – 1939

Rochestown College (1) – 1950

Intermediate School, Killorglin (1) – 1996

Coláiste an Spioraid Naoimh, Cork (1) – 2005

De La Salle, Macroom (1) – 2006

Munster GAA Post Primary Schools Under 16 ½ (C) Hurling Quarter-Final Previews

Under 16 ½ (C) Munster Hurling Quarter-Finals Preview

Previews by Seán O’Shea (St Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh)

A) St Augustines v Scoil Ruain Killenaule
– Wednesday at 1:30pm in Ballymacarbery

B) Mitchelstown CBS v St Joseph’s College
– Friday at 11:00am in New Inn

C) Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal, Blarney v St Annes, Killaloe
– Wednesday at 12:30pm in Ballyhea

D) Carrigaline CC v Coachford College
– After mid-term break

The early rounds of the Munster U16 ½ C Hurling campaign has thrown up a few clues as to the strength of the quarter final draws.
St Augustines put in two good victories, winning by 18 & 16 points respectively. Their defence conceded 2-7 in total and must be considered as serious title contenders. Killenaule defeated St Declan’s by 6 and Carrigabfear by 17 points, two good wins, but St Augustine’s will start as favourites in the first quarter final.

Mitchelstown CBS v St Joseph’s College looks to be the pick of the q/f matches. Mitchelstown defeated Ballingarry by 25 points and a good Scarriff school by 14 points. St Joseph’s College, won their opener well. However, the strength of St Joseph’s is unknown, a good win over St Pauls on day one, followed by a walkover in last 16, leaves St Joseph’s untested. However, a review the St Paul’s match, leaves questions unanswered, their backs are going to have to improve on this performance and their impressive forwards will need to gel if they are to proceed.

Blarney could be the dark horses of the competition. They gave Rathkeale a lesson, the school are competing at Harty A this year, who in turn inflicted a heavy defeat on St Mary’s Newport. Early rounds can be very unpredictable indicators at times. However, St Annes, Killaloe have a fine pedigree in recent years and won’t be a pushover. A tight game is predicted

Carrigaline CC have the players to emerge victorious against Coachford College. On paper, Carrigline’s forwards should have too much for Coachford’s backs in a game to be played after the October mid-term break.

2015 Munster GAA Minor & Under 21 Championship Draws

The draws for the 2015 Electric Ireland Munster GAA Minor Hurling and Minor Football Championships, the 2015 Bord Gais Energy Munster GAA Under 21 Hurling Championship and the 2015 Munster GAA Under 21 Football Championship were made at a meeting of the Munster GAA CCC on Tuesday October 21st.

2015 Electric Ireland Munster GAA Minor Hurling Championship

2015 Electric Ireland Munster GAA Minor Football Championship

2015 Bord Gais Energy Munster GAA Under 21 Hurling Championship

2015 Munster GAA Under 21 Football Championship


Munster Under 17 Football Competition – Tipperary 5-10 Limerick 4-8

Tipperary defeated Limerick by 5-10 to 4-8 in Round 3 of the Munster Under 17 Football Competition on Monday October 20th at Mick Neville Park Rathkeale.

Munster U17 Football (Daryl Darcy Cup)

Tipperary v Limerick (Round 3)

Rathkeale, Monday October 20th

Having fought hard before finally getting the better of last years winners Clare by the minimum margin in a low scoring opening round and followed it up with an emphatic eighteen point margin victory (3-15 to 0-6) over Waterford in round two, Tipperarys U17 Footballers kept their unbeaten run intact to qualify for the Munster Final for the Daryl Darcy Cup following a five point victory over Limerick at Mick Neville Park Rathkeale on Monday night last on a score line of 5-10 to 4-8.

Showing nine changes in personnel from the starting team against Waterford last week Tipp still seemed well equipped to continue on their winning ways and were first to strike inside the opening minute with points each by Jordan Moloney and Jamie Bergin to get the scoring underway.

Helped by the strong wind Tipp continued to make the constant possession pay off and following some slick passing movements Lyndon Fairbrother and Cathal O’Mahoney both found the net while Dara Egan landed a long range point putting Tipp very much in the driving seat with ten minutes gone.
A converted penalty kept Limerick in touch but points by corner forward Jack Delahunty (2) and one each by Emmett Moloney and Dara Egan saw Tipperary deservedly lead at the break, 2-7 to 1-2.
Two minutes into the second half Tipp had stretched the lead to twelve points with a Dara Egan point and a cracking goal by Jack Delahunty but with Limerick now playing with the wind and with the Tipp defence having to soak up some pressure, they lost their shape and by the twentieth minute Limerick had cut the deficit to a single point hitting back with 3-2.

But Tipp regrouped to stem the tide and were soon back on track in the closing eight minutes as Jack Delahunty who proved a real thorn in the Limerick defence burst through for two more goals and also added a pointed free for good measure while Limerick who never gave up on the night completed their scoring with three further points.

Overall given the unavailability of a number of the Tipp panel it was nevertheless a good all round performance and can look forward with a degree of confidence to the Munster Final where they will renew rivalry with Clare on Monday evening next (October 27th) at 7pm in the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick.

Final score, Tipperary 5-10 Limerick 4-8

Tipperary, Ger Mockler (Clonoulty/Rossmore), Jamie Moriarty (Gortnahoe/Glengoole), Shane Power (Galtee Rvs), Cian Flanagan (Newport), Jack Butler (Upperchurch/Drombane), Cathal O’Mahoney (St. Patricks) 1-0, Padraig Feehan (Killenaule), Aiden Buckley (St. Patricks), Dara Egan (Galtee Rvs) 0-3, Emmett Moloney (Drom/Inch) 0-1, Conor Clancy (St. Patricks), Jamie Bergin (Drom/Inch) 0-1, Lyndon Fairbrother (JKBrackens) 1-0, Jordan Moloney (JKBrackens) 0-1, Jack Delahunty (Newport) 3-4.
Subs: Mick Gohery (Borrisokane) for Jordan Moloney, Jack Cleary (Moycarkey Borris) for Lyndon Fairbrother), Kevin Connelly (Newport ) for M. Gohery.

Other panellists included, Caolan Hennessy (Cappawhite), Sean Moloney (Moyne Templetuohy), Robert Byrne (Portroe), Cathal Hennessy (Boherlahan Dualla).

Tommy Fitzgerald on behalf of Tipperary U17 Football.

Munster Under 17 Football Competition – Clare 4-15 Waterford 3-2

Clare defeated Waterford by 4-15 to 3-2 in Round 3 of the Munster Under 17 Football Competition on Monday October 20th at Dr. Morris Park Thurles.

Waterford Senior Football Final – The Nire 0-11 Stradbally 0-6

The Nire defeated Stradbally by 0-11 to 0-6 in the Waterford Senior Football Final on Sunday October 19th at Fraher Field Dungarvan.

Gleeson hero as The Nire’s courage gets just reward

By Tomás McCarthy for the Irish Examiner newspaper

The Nire 0-11 Stradbally 0-6

Waterford SFC Final: The Conway Cup rests in the Nire Valley for the seventh time after a six year absence was broken at a windswept Fraher Field yesterday. Waterford minor and man of the match Conor Gleeson lit up the stage and kicked five points from play in his first county final appearance.

The Ballymacarbry side had lost two finals, two semi finals and a quarter final since 2008 but directed that hurt into a huge performance. They also buried a miserable run of final results against their old foes Stradbally. “We have been knocking on the door so long,” said an out of breath Liam Lawlor at full time. “This is a reward for all the effort, all the work and all of the hill runs.

He also applauded the contribution of the 18 year old superstar up front. “John Kiely said this week that Conor Gleeson is the best minor footballer in the country and he’s right. He proved it out there today. John is a great friend of mine, the only thing he got wrong was that he predicted a Stradbally win!”

This total team performance relied heavily on savage work rate and midfield dominance. It turned out to be the survival of the fittest between two old enemies. The warrior-like Michael O’Gorman (with a bandage around his head) disrupted Stradbally under the high ball and put in a massive amount of hard graft.

He was ably assisted by Shane Walsh, Craig Guiry and Brian Wall. The defence squeezed the life out of Stradbally. They only conceded two points from play and the Reds failed to register for 22 minutes. Thomas O’Gorman held Shane Ahearne scoreless and Justin Walsh made a decisive block on Ger Power in the second half. Captain Shane Ryan led by example with four successful frees and Jamie Barron covered every blade of grass.

The Nire played with a furious breeze towards the road goal for the first thirty and were 0-6 to 0-2 in front at half-time. Benji Whelan’s men laid down the terms of engagement. Maurice O’Gorman moved to centre forward to pick up Michael Walsh and Brian Wall pushed up on sweeper John Coffey. They won the midfield war with Michael O’Gorman collecting a rake of breaking ball.

Stradbally slipped 0-2 to 0-1 ahead with points from Michael Sweeney and Shane Ahearne but The Nire blasted five on the spin in five minutes during the second quarter. Liam Lawlor started off that run after combining with Craig Guiry. Gleeson shot two classy scores within a minute off left and right. The lionheart O’Gorman drove forward to add another before Ryan clipped over a free. Stradbally dominated the tail end of the half but missed three frees.

Gleeson continued to cause carnage on the restart. He shredded marker Paddy Doyle for pace and shot an early point to stretch the lead to five and then earned a free that Ryan converted. Stradbally weren’t finished yet as Michael Walsh and the bubbly Michael Sweeney attempted a recovery. Two David Grey frees, one from Shane Ahearne and a long range Andy Doyle effort closed the gap to three entering the home straight (0-9 to 0-6).

Gleeson put the game to sleep four minutes from the end and sealed his individual award. Captain Ryan returned an injury time free to extinguish the pain for the men in blue and gold.

Scorers for The Nire: C Gleeson 0-5; S Ryan 0-4 (4fs); L Lawlor, Michael O’Gorman 0-1 each.

Scorers for Stradbally: D Grey (2fs), S Ahearne (2fs) 0-2 each; A Doyle, M Sweeney 0-1 each.

THE NIRE: T Wall; J Walsh, T O’Gorman, T Cooney; D Wall, B Wall, S Lawlor; S Walsh, C Guiry; Michael O’Gorman, Maurice O’Gorman, J Barron; L Lawlor, S Ryan, C Gleeson.
Subs: M Moore for C Guiry (41); J Guiry for J Walsh (56); K Guiry for Maurice O’Gorman (56); A Lawlor for L Lawlor (61).

STRADBALLY: E Cunningham; K Coffey, S Lannon, P Doyle; J Mullaney, M Walsh, L Casey; P Kiely, R Ahearne; T Connors, J Coffey, G Power; M Sweeney, S Ahearne, D Grey.
Subs: A Doyle for Casey (30); K Lawlor for P Doyle (37).

Referee: D O’Leary

Limerick Senior Hurling Final – Kilmallock 1-15 Na Piarsaigh 0-14

Kilmallock defeated Na Piarsaigh by 1-15 to 0-14 in the Limerick Senior Hurling Final on Sunday October 19th at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.

Cork Senior Football Final – Ballincollig 1-13 Carbery Rangers 1-10

Ballincollig defeated Carbery Rangers by 1-13 to 1-10 in the Cork Senior Football Final on Sunday October 19th at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

Epic turnaround gives Ballincollig their first title

Ballincollig 1-13 Carbery Rangers 1-10 (Cork SFC Final)

Report from the Irish Independent newspaper

An excellent second-half fightback saw Ballincollig claim the Cork senior football title for the first time at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Having trailed by seven points at one stage in the first half, six points in a row meant they only trailed by the minimum at half-time. A 32nd-minute goal from Carbery Rangers’ Séamus Hayes looked to have settled them again, but Ballincollig would concede just one more point for the remainder of the match.

John Kelly’s goal in the 40th minute drew Michael O’Brien’s side level and from there they finished strongly. Playing with the stiff wind in the first half, Carbery Rangers scored six points in the opening 11 minutes of the game as Ballincollig struggled to find any kind of a rhythm. While a pair of frees from Cian Dorgan got them off the mark, it looked to only be a brief interruption to their opponents’ dominance.

A close-range John Hayes free, a good point from his brother Séamus and a ’45 from full-back Brian Shanahan made it 0-9 to 0-2 for Carbery Rangers and they were cruising. In the eight minutes between then and half-time, though, they conceded six points in a row as Ballincollig effected a near-total transformation.

Dorgan, with a point from play, kick-started the fightback and he scored two more with Seán Kiely, Niall Allen and Luke Prendergast also on target. Within two minutes of the restart Carbery Rangers found a goal. Pádraig Hodnett was allowed to maraud forward and though his crashing shot came back off the bar, Seámus Hayes was able to fist home.

Ballincollig heads didn’t drop, though. John Paul Murphy set up Ciarán O’Sullivan for a point and then Cork star Patrick Kelly’s quick free allowed George Durrant to find Kelly’s brother John and his finish was brilliant, low across Paul Shanahan to level at 1-9 apiece.

Carbery sub Seán O’Neill put his side ahead again on 43 but they wouldn’t score again. In contrast, Ballincollig kept their composure and points from sub Ian Coughlan (two), Cian Dorgan and Cian Kelly had them three points ahead going into injury time. There was a late penalty shout for Carbery Rangers but a ’45 was the decision and Ballincollig held out.

Scorers – Ballincollig: C Dorgan 0-6 (4f), J Kelly 1-0, I Coughlan (2f), C Kiely 0-2 each, L Prendergast, S Kiely, N Allen, C O’Sullivan 0-1 each.

Carbery Rangers: S Hayes 1-2, J Hayes 0-3 (2f), B Shanahan 0-2 (’45s), J O’Rourke, S O’Neill, S Murray 0-1 each.

BALLINCOLLIG – D Lordan; L Prendergast, L Jennings, N Galvin; JP Murphy, S O’Donoghue, C Kiely; S Kiely, C O’Sullivan; N Allen, P Kelly, G Durrant; J Kelly, C Dorgan, J Miskella. Subs: A Donovan for S Kiely (42, inj), I Coughlan for J Kelly (47), S Kiely for Allen (50), R Noonan for C Kiely (60, BC).

CARBERY RANGERS – P Shanahan; S Murray, B Shanahan, M Kelly; P Hodnett, T O’Rourke, J O’Riordan; K MacMahon, J Fitzpatrick; A Jennings, B Hodnett, J O’Rourke; J Hayes, S Hayes, D Hayes. Subs: M Mennis for B Hodnett (h-t), S O’Neill for Fitzpatrick (42, inj), A Roche for T O’Rourke, T O’Donoghue for S Hayes (both 57).

Ref – J Bermingham (Bride Rovers)