All-Ireland Senior Hurling Q-Final – Galway 2-28 Cork 0-22

Cork will play Galway in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final on Sunday July 26th at 4pm in Semple Stadium Thurles.

SHC Q-F: Young guns fire Galway into semi-final

GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final: Cork 0-22 Galway 2-28

By Brian Murphy at Semple Stadium, Thurles for

From the moment Jonathan Glynn put Galway ahead with a brilliant solo goal within a minute of the start of the game, it was apparent that Galway had turned up in Thurles intent on destroying Cork.

Anthony Cunningham’s side had played with a serious ferocity in the Leinster final defeat to Kilkenny, but here they married the savagery of their tackling and intensity of their work-rate with some superb score-taking and exuberant hurling, although their final wides tally of 23 will be of concern ahead of their All-Ireland semi-final meeting with Tipperary on August 16.

Cork were badly exposed once again on the big stage – this performance was on a par with their implosion against Tipperary in the All-Ireland semi-final last August – and speaking to RTÉ after the game, their manager Jimmy Barry-Murphy said “I can’t wait for next year” when asked about his future with the Rebels.

The build-up to the game had been dominated by talk of how Cork had recalibrated their defence in the Qualifiers, using Mark Ellis as a sweeper to provide their full-back line with an additional layer of cover. The return of Shane O’Neill also looked to have bolstered their full-back line, but the Rebels’ defence was made to look gossamer-thin inside the opening minute when Glynn sallied past a series would-be tacklers and then flipped the sliotar over Ellis before tapping his shot past Anthony Nash for a brilliant goal.

The goal was timed at 60 seconds, and it rocked Cork on their heels, their defence struggling to rediscover their composure for the rest of the half. It was quite remarkable to see a Galway man waltz through the Cork rearguard without a glove being laid on him, and it made for a scarcely believable start to the game, and set the tone for the rest of the afternoon.

Ellis was rendered redundant by the quality of Galway’s passing, which was methodical and precise in the absence of any major pressure being applied by the Cork forwards, who had worked so tirelessly and effectively in the Round 2 Qualifier win over Clare. Glynn, the goalscorer, had a huge game for Galway, but it was Galway’s young guns, Cathal Mannion, Jason Flynn and debutant Conor Whelan who did most of the damage for the Tribesmen, scoring a massive 1-12 between them. On a day when Joe Canning was off-colour and contributed hugely to Galway’s wides tally, that young trio effectively won the game for the Tribesmen.

Galway were 1-15 to 0-14 up at the break and Cork were still in the game when they had Damien Cahalane sent off for a foul on Joseph Cooney in the 50th minute. Cork managed to create their only goal chance of the game – Colm Callanan saved smartly from Patrick Horgan – before sub Paudie O’Sullivan left four between the sides with 12 minutes left.

However, Cork crumbled in the closing stages, and a mistake from Ellis allowed the brilliant Mannion in for his sixth score of the game before Galway took over completely. The killer goal came in the 66th minute when Glynn broke a high ball into the square to 19-year-old Whelan, and he struck a low shot past Anthony Nash. Galway added to their winning margin in the final minutes, making it a painful afternoon for Cork who have now crashed out of successive championships with huge defeats and puzzling non-performances.

Cork’s new system was intended to bring their best score-getters into the game, but when Conor Lehane scored his third point from play in the 54th minute, it was his first touch of the ball in the entire second half. Patrick Horgan, who coaxed them over the line against Clare, scored just one point from play, while Brian Lawton and Bill Cooper failed to exert anywhere near the dominance they can around the middle third.

Daniel Kearney was Cork’s most effective player, but much of the ball he won was wasted by a Cork attack that was chewed up and spat out by a Galway defence led by the magnificent Daithí Burke. The closest Cork got to Galway all afternoon was when Cormac Murphy’s point had them 1-10 to 0-12 down after 26 minutes, but in reality they were outplayed and outfought by a Galway side that will take some beating when they face Munster champions Tipperary in three weeks’ time.
Scorers for Cork: P Horgan 0-9 (0-8f), C Lehane 0-3, S Harnedy 0-3, D Kearney 0-2, C Murphy 0-1, B Lawton 0-1, P O’Sullivan 0-1, A Cadogan 0-1, A Walsh 0-1.

Scorers for Galway: C Mannion 0-7, J Canning 0-5 (0-2f, 0-1sl, 0-1 65), Whelan 1-2, J Glynn 1-2, J Flynn 0-3, A Smith 0-1, David Burke 0-2, C Donnellan 0-2, A Harte 0-2, J Cooney 0-1, Niall Healy 0-1.

CORK: Anthony Nash; Shane O’Neill, Brian Murphy, Stephen McDonnell; Damien Cahalane, Mark Ellis, Cormac Murphy; Aidan Walsh, Daniel Kearney; Brian Lawton, Patrick Cronin, Bill Cooper; Conor Lehane, Séamus Harnedy, Patrick Horgan
Subs: Jamie Coughlan for Pa Cronin (HT), Lorcán McLoughlin for Cormac Murphy (44), Alan Cadogan for Brian Lawton (46), Paudie O’Sullivan for Bill Cooper (57).

GALWAY: Colm Callanan; Johnny Coen, John Hanbury, Padraig Mannion; Aidan Harte, Iarla Tannian, Daithi Burke; Andrew Smith, David Burke; Conor Whelan, Cyril Donnellan, Jonathan Glynn; Jason Flynn, Joe Canning, Cathal Mannion
Subs: Joseph Cooney for David Burke (HT), David Collins for Cyril Donnellan (57), Greg Lally for Iarla Tannian (61), Fergal Moore for Andrew Smith (65), Niall Healy for Johnny Glynn (67).

Referee: James Owens (Wexford)

Attendance: 33,150

Fixture Details

26.07.2015 (Sun)
GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter Final
Semple Stadium, Thurles 16:00
Gaillimh v Corcaigh
Referee: James Owens (Loch Garman)

Team News

Cork Senior Hurling team to play Galway

1. Anthony Nash (Kanturk)
2. Shane O’Neill (Bishopstown)
3. Brian Murphy (Bride Rovers)
4. Stephen McDonnell (Glen Rovers)
5. Damien Cahalane (St Finbarr’s)
6. Mark Ellis (Millstreet)
7. Cormac Murphy (Mallow)
8. Aidan Walsh (Kanturk)
9. Daniel Kearney (Sarsfields)
10. Brian Lawton (Castlemartyr)
11. Patrick Cronin (Bishopstown)
12. Bill Cooper (Youghal)
13. Conor Lehane (Midleton)
14. Seamus Harnedy (St. Ita’s)
15. Patrick Horgan (Glen Rovers)

Galway (v Cork): C Callanan; J Coen, J Hanbury, P Mannion; A Harte, I Tannian, Daithi Burke; A Smith, David Burke; C Whelan, C Donnellan, J Glynn; J Flynn, J Canning, C Mannion.

How they got here

Waterford 3-19 Cork 1-21 (Munster semi-final)
Cork 2-22 Wexford 0-20 (Round 1 Qualifier)
Cork 0-20 Clare 0-17 (Round 1 Qualifier)

Patrick Horgan……….. 1-24 (0-17 frees, 1-0 pen)
Conor Lehane…………. 1-9
Pa Cronin…………………0-8
Seamus Harnedy……… 1-3
Bill Cooper……………… 0-4
Alan Cadogan…………. 0-3
Aidan Walsh…………… 0-2
Brian Lawton ………. … 0-2
Luke O’Farrell………….0-1
Mark Ellis………………..0-1
Daniel Kearney………..0-1
Darren McCarthy………0-1
Damien Cahalane………0-1
Cormac Murphy ……….0-1
Jamie Coughlan …………0-1
Paudie O’Sullivan………0-1

Galway 1-17 Dublin 0-20 (Leinster quarter-final)
Galway 5-19 Dublin 1-18 (Leinster quarter-final) Replay
Galway 3-28 Laois 1-14 (Leinster semi-final)
Kilkenny 1-25 Galway 2-15 (Leinster final)

Joe Canning………… 4-32 (0-20 frees, 0-3 ‘65s)
Cathal Mannion……..3-8
Jason Flynn…………..1-11 (0-7frees)
Cyril Donnellan…….. 0-7
Davy Glennon………. 1-2
Andy Smith ………….0-4
Johnny Coen……….. .1-0
Joseph Cooney………1-0
Aidan Harte………… 0-3
David Burke………….0-3
Padraig Brehony……0-2
Niall Healy…………….0-2
Padraig Mannion……..0-2
John Hanbury………….0-1
Jonathon Glynn……….0-1
Fergal Moore ………….0-1

Previous Championship Clashes

This will be the 33rd championship clash between the counties, with Cork winning 25 to Galway’s 7 from the previous 32. All of Galway’s seven wins have come in the last 40 years, a period in which they lead Cork 7-6. Galway have won their last three championship clashes with Cork.

2012: Galway 0-22 Cork 0-17 (All-Ireland semi-final)
2011: Galway 2-23 Cork 1-14 (All-Ireland qualifiers)
2009: Galway 1-19 Cork 0-15 (All-Ireland qualifiers)
2008: Cork 0-23 Galway 2-15 (All-Ireland qualifiers)
2005: Cork 1-21 Galway 1-16 (All-Ireland final)
2002: Galway 0-21 Cork 1-9 (All-Ireland qualifier)
1990: Cork 5-15 Galway 2-21 (All-Ireland final)
1986: Cork 4-13 Galway 2-15 (All-Ireland final)
1985: Galway 4-12 Cork 5-5 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1983: Cork 5-14 Galway 1-16 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1979: Galway 2-14 Cork 1-13 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1977: Cork 3-14 Galway 1-15 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1975: Galway 4-15 Cork 2-19 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1969: Cork 3-15 Galway 1-10 (Munster semi-final)
1968: Cork 3-15 Galway 1-6 (Munster semi-final)
1964: Cork 4-14 Galway 2-7 (Munster quarter-final)
1954: Cork 4-13 Galway 2-1 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1953: Cork 3-3 Galway 0-8 (All-Ireland final)
1952: Cork 1-5 Galway 0-6 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1946: Cork 2-10 Galway 0-3 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1944: Cork 1-10 Galway 3-3 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1942: Cork 6-8 Galway 2-4 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1929: Cork 4-9 Galway 1-3 (All-Ireland final)
1928: Cork 6-12 Galway 1-0 (All-Ireland final)
1927: Cork 5-6 Galway 0-2 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1919: Cork 3-8 Galway 0-2 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1914: Cork 6-6 Galway 0-0 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1910: Cork 7-3 Galway 1-0 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1908: Cork 2-8 Galway 1-7 (1907 All-Ireland semi-final)
1906: Cork 5-13 Galway 0-4 (1905 All-Ireland semi-final)
1902: Cork 10-13 Galway 0-10 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1901: Cork 7-12 Galway 1-3 (All-Ireland semi-final)

Cork and Galway clashed in the Allianz League in Pearse Stadium on March 16 last, when the Leesiders won by 2-17 to 0-20.

Galway are appearing in their 15th All-Ireland quarter-final, having won three, drawn one and lost ten of their previous fourteen.
2013: Clare 1-23 Galway 2-14
2011: Waterford 2-23 Galway 2-13
2010: Tipperary 3-17 Galway 3-16
2009: Waterford 1-16 Galway 0-18
2007: Kilkenny 3-22 Galway 1-18
2006: Kilkenny 2-22 Galway 3-14
2005: Galway 2-20 Tipperary 2-18
2002: Clare 1-15 Galway 0-17
2001: Galway 4-23 Derry 1-11
2000: Galway 1-14 Tipperary 0-15
1999: Clare 3-18 Galway 2-14 (Replay)
1999: Clare 3-15 Galway 2-18 (Draw)
1998: Waterford 1-20 Galway 1-10
1997: Kilkenny 4-15 Galway 3-16

This will be Cork’s 10th appearance in the All-Ireland quarter-finals, having won seven, drawn one and lost one of the previous nine.
2013: Cork 0-19 Kilkenny 0-14
2012: Cork 1-19 Waterford 0-19
2010: Cork 1-25 Antrim 0-19
2008: Cork 2-19 Clare 2-17
2007: Waterford 2-17 Cork 0-20 (Replay)
2007: Waterford 3-16 Cork 3-16 (Draw)
2006: Cork 0-19 Limerick 0-18
2005: Cork 1-18 Waterford 1-13
2004: Cork 2-26 Antrim 0-10


All-Ireland Senior Hurling Q-Final – Waterford 2-21 Dublin 1-19

Waterford defeated Dublin by 2-21 to 1-19 in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final on Sunday July 26th at Semple Stadium Thurles.

SHC QF: Waterford see off Dublin in Thurles

GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-final: Waterford 2-21 Dublin 1-19

By Peter Sweeney in Thurles for

Waterford booked an All-Ireland semi-final date with Kilkenny on August 9 at Croke Park thanks to a five-point win over Dublin.

Trailing by a point at the break, the Déise put on the gas in the second half and were well deserving winners of this quarter-final at Semple Stadium. Goals from Shane Bennett, a real rasper within two minutes of the restart, and Maurice Shanahan five minutes from time tied up the result.

Having narrowly edged the first half, the Dubs appeared to be floating towards inevitable defeat through the third quarter. Then, 13 minutes from time, Mark Schutte rattled the Waterford net to cut the gap to four points and this game reignited.

Fair play to the Deise, they reacted strongly and booked their last four spot against their neighbours and reigning All-Ireland champions. This game finished with ugly scenes, Dublin centre-back Liam Rushe seeing red for striking Maurice Shanahan off the ball deep into injury time.

The Dubs played with the not insignificant wind in the first half and led at the break by a single point, 0-13 to 0-12, getting the last three scores of the period. Waterford’s Division 1 League title win and march to the Munster final, where they lost to Tipperary earlier in the month, was based solidly in defence.

Manager Derek McGrath had adopted a defensive system that many people felt was inspired by football’s fashion for getting me behind the ball. On this occasion though they played a far more open game than usual, with Colin Dunford, picked in the full-forward line as usual, playing close to the opposition goal rather than working back.

It’s certainly a tactic that paid early dividends when he picked off two first half points. Austin Gleeson too spent more time in the opposition half, rather than sweeping back in front of his defence. Of course, this allowed Dublin more room to operate in attack and their 13 first half points was a fair return in a free-scoring opening.

The Boys in Blue were extremely economical up front, hitting just three first half wides, an had a spread of six scorers. Danny Sutcliffe weighed in with three points in the first half and exerted a major influence on proceedings. The Dubs’ defence was shaky at times at the start, their skills letting them down even when they were first to the ball on a wet day at Semple Stadium.

Goalkeeper Gary Maguire, a former All Star, came under pressure on a number of occasions too. Once he was impressive when he came to take man and ball, clearing a dangerously dropping effort. A move then swept up the field and ended with Paul Ryan putting over free. A few minutes later Maguire did well to deal with a tricky low shot from Bennett, though he fumbled possession and a debatable ’65’ was awarded that Shanahan flew over as part of his 0-8 first half haul.

On the half-hour Noel Connors limped out of the action, his suspect hamstring giving way. He was replaced by Stephen Daniels, playing his first Championship game in two years following his horror leg break early last summer. Waterford were level within seconds of the restart, the always impressive Kevin Moran adding the second point to his account for the day, and were in front almost straight away.

Shahanan pounced on a Cian O’Callaghan error and just as he was about to point he spotted Bennet free near goals. Bennett fumbled what was a perfect pass, but more than made amends when he hit the ball on the half volley and hammered it into the net. From here they worked a seven-point lead and it appeared as though they were cruising into the next round.

Credit to Dublin, they managed to pull themselves out of their steep decline and Mark Schutte’s goal gave them hope, Ryan O’Dwyer doing well to get his centre away to set up this key score. Waterford were more compact in the second half as they defended their lead, though they did break out to score a magnificent second goal. The move started with Daniels in the left back-back position and ended with Shanahan blasting past Maguire, rounding off his 1-12 total.
Scorers for Waterford: M Shanahan 1-12 (9f, 2 ’65’); A Gleeson 0-4 (1 sideline); Shane Bennett (1-0); C Dunford, K Moran 0-2 each; J Dillon 0-1

Scorers for Dublin: M Schutte 1-2; P Ryan 0-5 (5f); D Sutcliffe, D O’Callaghan 0-3 each, R O’Dwyer 0-2, D Treacy 0-2 (1 ’65’); C Crummey, N McMorrow 0-1 each

WATERFORD: Stephen O’Keeffe; Shane Fives, Barry Coughlan, Noel Connors; Darragh Fives, Tadhg de Burca, Philip Mahony; Kevin Moran, Jamie Barron; Shane Bennett, Austin Gleeson, Jake Dillon; Maurice Shanahan, Michael Walsh, Colin Dunford
Subs: Shane Daniels for Connors (30); Patrick Curran for Dunford (54); Tom Devine for Dillon (67); Stephen Bennett for Shane Bennett (71); Eddie Barrett for Gleeson (71).

DUBLIN: Gary Maguire; Shane Barrett, Cian O’Callaghan, Paul Scutte; Chris Crummey, Liam Rushe, Joseph Boland; John McCaffrey, Niall McMorrow; Paul Ryan, Danny Sutcliffe, Ryan O’Dwyer; David O’Callaghan, Conal Keaney, Mark Schutte.
Subs: Peter Kelly for Barrett (47); Cian Boland for McMorrow (53); David Treacy for Ryan (63); Eamon Dillon for Keaney (66); Oisin O’Rourke for Sutcliffe (71).

REFEREE: J Ryan (Tipperary)

Fixture Details

26.07.2015 (Sun)
GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter Final
Semple Stadium, Thurles 14:00
Áth Cliath v Port Láirge
Referee: Johnny Ryan (Tiobraid Árann)

Team News

DUBLIN (SH v Waterford): G Maguire; S Barrett, C O’Callaghan, P Schutte; C Crummey, L Rushe, J Boland; J McCaffrey, N McMorrow; P Ryan, R O’Dwyer, D Sutcliffe; D O’Callaghan, C Keaney, M Schutte.

WATERFORD: S O’Keeffe, S Fives, B Coughlan, N Connors; T De Burca, A Gleeson, P Mahony; J Barron, D Fives; K Moran, Shane Bennett, J Dillon; M Shanahan, M Walsh, C Dunford.

How they got here

Galway 1-17 Dublin 0-20 (Leinster quarter-final)
Galway 5-19 Dublin 1-18 (Leinster quarter-final) Replay
Dublin 4-17 Laois 0-19 (Round 1 Qualifier)
Dublin 1-17 Limerick 1-16 (Round 2 Qualifiers)

Paul Ryan………………… 0-24 (0-13 frees, 0-3 ‘65s’)
David Treacy………. ….0-13 (0-9 frees, 0-2 ‘65s’)
Mark Schutte…………….2-6
Eamonn Dillon………….1-5
Conal Keaney…………..1-3
‘Dotsy’ O’Callaghan…2-0
Danny Sutcliffe…. …..0-4
Liam Rushe…………….0-3
Ryan O’Dwyer………..0-3
Daire Plunkett…………0-3
Johnny McCaffrey…. 0-2
Darragh O’Connell….0-2
Cian Boland……………0-2
Simon Lambert……… 0-1
Shane Barrett………… 0-1

Waterford 3-19 Cork 1-21 (Munster semi-final)
Tipperary 0-21 Waterford 0-16 (Munster final)

Maurice Shanahan…1-17 (0-10 frees, 0-3 ‘65s’)
Kevin Moran…………0-4
Jake Dillon…………….1-0
Tom Devine…………..1-0
Austin Gleeson……….0-3 (0-2 frees)
Stephen Bennett…….0-2
Shane Bennett……….0-2
Colin Dunford……….0-2
Patrick Curran………..0-2
Shane Fives………….. 0-2
Tadhg De Burca……..0-1

2005: Waterford 4-17 Dublin 1-3 (All-Ireland qualifiers)
1948: Waterford 6-7 Dublin 2-2
1938: Dublin 2-5 Waterford 1-6

Dublin have won one and lost two of their previous three appearances in the All-Ireland quarter-final.
2014: Tipperary 2-23 Dublin 0-16
2011: Dublin 3-13 Limerick 0-18
2009: Limerick 2-18 Dublin 1-17

Waterford have won six, drawn one and lost two of their previous nine quarter-finals.
2012: Cork 1-19 Waterford 0-19
2011: Waterford 2-23 Galway 2-13
2009: Waterford 1-16 Galway 0-18
2008: Waterford 2-19 Wexford 3-15
2007: Waterford 2-17 Cork 0-20 (Replay)
2007: Waterford 3-16 Cork 3-16 (Draw)
2006: Waterford 1-22 Tipperary 3-14
2005: Cork 1-18 Waterford 1-13
1998: Waterford 1-20 Galway 1-10


Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Quarter-Final – Galway 1-14 Limerick 0-13

Galway defeated Limerick by 1-14 to 0-13 in the Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Quarter-Final on Sunday July 26th at Semple Stadium Thurles.

MHC Q-F: Galway too strong for Limerick

Electric Ireland All-Ireland MHC Quarter-Final: Galway 1-14 Limerick 0-13

By Jackie Cahill at Semple Stadium, Thurles for

Evan Niland hit 0-9 as Galway advanced past the challenge of Limerick in this afternoon’s Electric Ireland All-Ireland minor hurling quarter-final. Niland bagged five first half points and added four after the break as the Westerners set up an All-Ireland semi-final clash with Kilkenny on August 9.

Jack Grealish scored the crucial Galway goal in the 36th minute and while Limerick battled gamely to the finish, getting back to within three points in the final minute, sub Cianan Fahy slotted over the insurance score. Galway were a point clear at half-time, 0-9 to 0-8, but Limerick would have been reasonably happy after playing against the breeze in greasy conditions.

Galway led by five points – 0-9 to 0-4 – before Limerick hit four unanswered points before half-time.
Scorers for Galway: E Niland 0-9 (5f, 2 65s), J Grealish 1-0, B Concannon, T Monaghan, F Burke, M Lynch & C Fahy 0-1 each.

Scorers for Limerick: P Casey 0-5 (4f), C Magner-Flynn & E McNamara (1f, 1 65) 0-2 each, O O’Reilly, K Hayes, B Murphy & M Mackey 0-1 each.

GALWAY: D Gilligan; S Bannon, J Fitzpatrick, K O’Connor, C Mulry, I O’Brien, A Greaney; J Grealish, J Coyne; B Concannon, T Monaghan, F Burke; M Lynch, E Niland, S Loftus. Subs: C Fahy for Coyne (46), L Forde for Lynch (55), P Foley for Burke (60+1).

LIMERICK: E McNamara; O O’Reilly, C McSweeney, J O’Grady; C Byrnes, C Houlihan, S Flanagan; T Grimes, D O’Carroll; M Mackey, B Murphy, P Casey; K Hayes, P O’Loughlin, C Magner-Flynn. Subs: C O’Connor for O’Loughlin (38), B McPartland for D Carroll (40), C Carroll for Houlihan (43), C Boylan for Mackey (44), W O’Meara for Magner-Flynn (56), T Hayes for O’Connor (temp 58-60+1).

Referee: T Carroll (Offaly)

Fixture Details

26.07.2015 (Sun)
Electric Ireland GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Quarter Final
Semple Stadium, Thurles 12:00
Luimneach v Gaillimh
Referee: Tony Carroll (Uíbh Fhailí)
E.T. if Necessary)

Team News

Limerick Minor Hurling team to play Galway

1. Eoghan McNamara (Capt) Doon, 2. Oisín O Reilly (Kilmallock), 3. Conor McSweeney (South Liberties), 4. Jack O Grady (Knockainey), 5. Conor Byrnes (Murroe/Boher), 6. Paddy O Loughlin (Kilmallock), 7. Conor Houlihan (Na Piarsaigh), 8. Thomas Grimes (Na Piarsaigh), 9. Darragh Carroll (Kilteely/Dromkeen), 10. Kyle Hayes (Kildimo/Palllaskenry), 11. Barry Murphy (Doon), 12. Michael Mackey (Adare), 13. Peter Casey (Na Piarsaigh), 14. Seamus Flanagan (Feohanagh/Castlemahon) & 15. Cian Magner Flynn (Kileedy).
16. Adam O Brien (Ahane), 17. Colum Carroll (Ahane), 18 Conor Boylan (Na Piarsaigh), 19.Ciaran O Connor (Kilmallock), 20. Tom Hayes (Doon), 21. Paudie Ahern (Kileedy), 22. Willie O Meara (Askeaton), 23. Darren O Connell (Kildimo/Pallaskenry), 24. Brian McPartland (Doon) & 25. Eoin Ryan (Adare).