Munster Intermediate Camogie Club Final – Kilmaley (Clare) 4-10 St. Anne’s (Waterford) 0-3

Kilmaley (Clare) defeated St. Anne’s (Waterford) by 4-10 to 0-3 in the Munster Intermediate Camogie Club Final on Saturday at Lattin, Co. Tipperary.

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AIB Munster GAA Football Intermediate Club Championship Quarter-Final – St. Vincent’s (Cork) 1-12 Moycarkey-Borris (Tipperary) 0-6

Ricken content as proud St Vincent’s advance to semi-final

By Jim O’Sullivan for the Irish Examiner newspaper

St Vincent’s (Cork) 1-12 Moycarkey-Borris (Tipperary) 0-06

St Vincent’s secured the first win by a Cork team in the Munster Club IFC championship in five years at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday and set up another home tie in next week’s provincial semi-final against Clare champions O’Curry’s. As well as the satisfaction gained in following up their county final victory, there was the added bonus of atoning for the defeat by Mullinahone in their last appearance in 2006. Coach Keith Ricken pointed out that after three hard games in as many weeks, they didn’t do themselves justice six years ago. “This year is slightly different. This is our sixth game in the championship and they have been spread out, with the exception of last Sunday. There is a pride and an honour representing your county and the lads are very much into that.”

Even before half-time, the outcome looked almost inevitable. Without really matching the standard of their county final display, they looked superior, as Moycarkey coach Pat Flanagan acknowledged. Competing in the grade for just two years, he said: “Having seen St Vincent’s last week, we knew they were good. We gave it the best shot we could, but were beaten by a better team.” With Christopher Kenneally a late replacement for Kyle Lynch and fitting in well at corner-back, St Vincent’s made the better start, going two points clear before goalkeeper Paddy O’Shea made an excellent save from Phil Kelly in the fourth minute. At their best, when they moved the ball with purpose and precision, they looked in a different class, however they wasted good possession time and again.

Moycarkey experienced bigger problems in their attack. They trailed 0-8 to 0-3 at the break and in another 10 minutes the game was as good as over as a contest. Cian Barry got the only goal and Moycarkey defender John Kelly was dismissed for knocking him after he scored. Ricken accepts the need for improvement. “There were certainly cobwebs there after the county final.”

Scorers for St. Vincent’s: C. Barry 1-2; J. Buckley (1f) and D. O’Connor 0-3 each; T. O’Connell 0-2; A. Harte and A. Buckley (f) 0-1 each.

Scorers for Moycarkey-Borris: A. Healy 0-5 (4f); E. Flanagan 0-1.

ST. VINCENT’S: P. O’Shea; D. Collins, P. Aherne, C. Kenneally; D. O’Regan, K. Goulding, W. Murphy; S. Ray, S. Buckley; T. O’Connell, J. Buckley (c), D. O’Connor; C. Barry, A. Buckley, A. Harte.

Subs: A. O’Callaghan for Collins (34); D. Duggan for J. Buckley (38); F. Murphy for O’Connor (52); M. Smith for O’Shea (55); G. Kelleher for O’Connell (57).

MOYCARKEY-BORRIS: D. Kirby (c); N. O’Sullivan, P. Dempsey, B. Moran; J. Kelly, P. Carey, M. Cussen; E. Flanagan, R. Ryan; M. Bracken, P. Doran, P. Molloy; K. Morris, P. Kelly, A. Healy.

Subs: M. Roche for Bracken (14); J. Bourke for Doran (40); J. Fallon for Ryan (53); J. Bergin for Molloy (59).

Referee: Michael Meade (Limerick)


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For the Record

St. Vincent’s (Cork) Moycarkey-Borris (Tipperary)
Number of Munster Club Intermediate Football titles
(by County)
3 0
Last Munster Intermediate Football Title (by County) 2005
(Carbery Rangers (Cork) 1-10 Pallasgreen (Limerick) 1-7)
Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship Record since 2000 for each county’s representative Played – 16
Won – 9
Lost –  6
Drawn – 1
Played – 13
Won – 4
Lost –  9
Drawn – 0
Last meeting in the Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship involving participating county representatives December 3rd 2006 at Cloneen (Munster Club Quarter-Final)
Mullinahone (Tipperary) 0-11 St. Vincent’s (Cork) 0-7 – Five points by Paul Kelly helped Mullinahone to a four point victory

Munster GAA FOOTBALL Club Intermediate Championship 2012

Quarter-Finals (Extra time)
Saturday November 3rd (Replay date – Saturday November 10th)

@ Pairc Ui Rinn                                St. Vincent’s (Cork) v Moycarkey-Borris (Tipperary) 2:00pm

Sunday November 4th (Replay date – Saturday November 10th)

@ Fraher Field Dungarvan Ballinameela (Waterford)  v Pallasgreen (Limerick) 1:30pm

Semi-Finals (Extra time)
Sunday November 11th (Replay date – Saturday November 17th)

@ Kerry or Limerick venue              Spa or Finuge (Kerry) v Ballinameela (Waterford) or Pallasgreen (Limerick)

@ Tipperary or Cork venue O’Curry’s (Clare) v St. Vincent’s (Cork) or Moycarkey-Borris (Tipperary)

Final (Extra time)

Sunday November 25th (Replay date – Saturday December 1st)

2:00pm throw-in

Odds and Ends

Since the competition began in 2003, Kerry clubs have won 6 of the 9 Munster titles on offer, including the last 5 in a row. Cork clubs have won the other 3 Munster titles.

Kerry’s Club Intermediate Football champions have won their last 15 matches in this competition.

The Cork Intermediate Football Champions have not won a match in the Munster Club Intermediate Football competition since 2007 when Mallow defeated Athea (Limerick).

Munster GAA Club FOOTBALL Intermediate Championship Roll Of Honour

Kerry (6) – 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

Cork (3) – 2003, 2004, 2005

All Ireland GAA Club FOOTBALL Intermediate Championship

In the Club Intermediate Football All Ireland Roll of Honour, Kerry clubs have secured 3 titles courtesy of Ardfert (Kerry – 2006/2007), St. Michael’s Foilmore (Kerry – 2008/2009) and Milltown-Castlemaine (Kerry – 2011/2012). Cork clubs have won 2 All-Ireland titles at this grade – Ilen Rovers (Cork – 2003/2004) and Carbery Rangers (Cork – 2004/2005).

AIB Munster GAA Hurling Intermediate Club Championship Quarter-Final Replay – Ballybrown (Limerick) 3-10 Ballinhassig (Cork) 2-7

Battling Ballybrown never in danger

By Brendan Buckley for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Ballybrown (Limerick) 3-10 Ballinhassig (Cork) 2-7

A power-packed first half propelled Ballybrown to the Munster club IHC semi-finals. In this replay in Kilmallock, Ballybrown laid the foundations for victory when building up a 2-7 to 0-5 half-time lead — against the wind. Despite second half goals from 21metre frees from goalkeeper Martin Coleman, the Cork champions never forced their way back into serious contention.

Indeed they managed just four points from play in the hour’s hurling and registered 11 wides. By comparison Ballybrown had no such difficulty in front of goals. Freetaker Alan O’Connor ended with 0-12 in the drawn game and this time round landed 1-7. It was a 7th minute goal from Limerick minor player Bryan Griffin that set the Limerick champions on their way. Kyle Loftus and Lee Doolan added points and along with O’Connor frees they were 1-6 to 0-4 ahead midway through the first half with Fintan O’Leary notched three from play for Ballinhassig. The killer blow for Ballinhassig came in first half injury-time when O’Connor blasted a penalty high to the net after tricky corner-forward Michael Kiely was upended.

Ballinhassig got a tonic start to the second half when Coleman came up field to blast a free to the net. But James Hall and O’Connor (frees) maintained the Ballybrown lead that was soon 2-10 to 1-6. Coleman’s second goal left just it 2-10 to 2-7 with 13 minutes to play, but Ballinhassig weren’t to score from play in the second half and crucially failed to build upon Coleman’s second goal and reduce the deficit beyond a goal. Sub David Hall scored the third Ballybrown goal in the 59th minute to seal the victory and set up a clash with Kerry champions Ballyduff.

Scores for Ballybrown: A O’Connor 1-7 (0-5f, ’65 1-0pen), B Griffin, D Hall 1-0each, K Loftud, L Doolan, J Hall 0-1 each.

Scores for Ballinhassig: M Coleman 2-0 (2f), F O’Leary 0-4 (1f), D Dineen 0-3 (2f).

BALLYBROWN: D Lyons; R Burke, J Kennedy, S O’Reilly; I Burke, R Kenny, D Kenny; A Roberts, J Hall; K Loftus, B Griffin, S Kenny; M Kiely, A O’Connor, L Doolan.

Subs: S Foster for Roberts (44), D Hall for Doolan (51), E Loftus for K Loftus (55).

BALLINHASSIG: M Coleman; B O’Sullivan, E Finn, M Desmond; M Sheehan, M Ahern, B Lonbard; B Coleman, S McCarthy; D Dineen, P Coomey, S Dineen; P O’Sullivan, F O’Leary, D Duggan.

Subs: M Collins for Duggan, D O’Donovan for D Dineen (both 42), B Hollan for O’Sullivan (56).

Referee: J Ryan (Tipperary)


For the Record

Ballinhassig (Cork) Ballybrown (Limerick)
Number of Munster Club Intermediate Hurling titles
(by County)
4 2
Last Munster Intermediate Hurling Title (by County) 2010 2011
Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Record since 2000 for each county’s representative Played – 18
Won – 12
Lost –  5
Drawn – 1
Played – 15
Won – 7
Lost –  7
Drawn – 1
Last meeting in the Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship involving participating county representatives October 29th 2012 at Pairc Ui Rinn
(Munster Club Quarter-Final)
Ballinhassig (Cork) 1-17 Ballybrown (Limerick) 0-20
Odds & Ends Ballinhassig (Cork) won the 2005 Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Final courtesy of a 1-12 to 0-13 victory over Ballyduff Upper (Waterford) before losing out to Dicksboro in the All-Ireland Final. 

Ballybrown (Limerick) won the 1989 Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship Final thanks to a 2-12 to 1-8 victory over Sixmilebridge (Clare) before losing out to Ballyhale Shamrocks in the All-Ireland Final.

Munster GAA HURLING Club Intermediate Championship 2012


Sunday October 28th

@ Sixmilebridge                               Silvermines (Tipperary) 1-15 Ruan (Clare) 0-6


Monday October 29th


@ Pairc Ui Rinn        Ballinhassig (Cork) 1-17 Ballybrown (Limerick) 0-20 (AET)

Quarter-Final Replay (Extra time)

Saturday November 3rd (Replay date – Saturday November 10th)

@ Limerick venue     Ballinhassig (Cork) v Ballybrown (Limerick) 2:00pm

Semi-Finals (Extra time)
Sunday November 4th (Replay date – Saturday November 10th)

@ Dolla                                              An Rinn (Waterford) v Silvermines (Tipperary) 2:00pm

Saturday November 10th (Replay date – Saturday November 17th)

@ Kerry or Limerick venue Ballyduff (Kerry) v Ballinhassig (Cork) or Ballybrown (Limerick) 2:00pm

Final (Extra time)

Sunday November 18th (Replay date – Saturday November 24th)

2:00pm throw-in

Odds and Ends

Since the competition began in 2003, Cork clubs have won 4 of the 9 Munster titles on offer. Clare are the only other county with a winning record in this competition, winning 2 Munster titles.

Cork have only lost their opening match in this competition on 3 occasions, in 2004, 2007 and 2011.

In the 3 seasons, 2006 to 2008 in this competition, the only 2 Counties who recorded victories were Cork and Clare. Limerick, Waterford, Kerry and Tipperary proceeded to lose 8 matches between them in this period.

Munster GAA Club HURLING Intermediate Championship Roll Of Honour

Cork (4) – 2003, 2005, 2008, 2010

Clare (2) – 2006, 2007

Tipperary (1) – 2004

Limerick (2) – 2009, 2011

Munster GAA Club HURLING Intermediate 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 1888 –

All Ireland GAA Club HURLING Intermediate Championship

In the Club Intermediate Hurling All Ireland Roll of Honour, Cork have secured 2 titles courtesy of Blarney (2009) and Ballymartyle (2011) while Kildangan (Tipperary) won the 2004 All-Ireland title.

Munster Senior Camogie Club Final – Milford (Cork) 1-7 Duharra (Tipperary) 0-6

Mighty Milford turn on the style to rule Munster

By Rose Mannion for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Milford (Cork) 1-07 Burgess/Duharra (Tipperary) 0-06

Milford were crowned Munster senior camogie champions for the first time at Lattin Cullen on Saturday. The Cork champions, hugely impressive in their county final win over St Catherine’s, were too powerful for their hosts in a game which struggled to come to life in difficult conditions. Milford, thanks to a Marie Watson goal, led 1-4 to 0-3 at half-time while her sister Emer added four points for the winners. Tara Kennedy and captain Trish O’Halloran were best for the losers but had no answer to the Milford challenge led by the Watsons, Anna Geary, Elaine O’Riordan, Maria Walsh and the impressive Deirdre O’Reilly.

Scorers for Milford: M. Watson 1-1, E Watson 0-4f, M O’Neill, R Curtain 0-1 each.

Scorers for Burgess/Duharra: T. Kennedy 0-4f, A. Kennedy 0-1, C. Maher 0-1.

MILFORD: R. Finn, K. Galvin, O. O’Mahony, L. Healy, E. O’Riordan (C), A. Geary, S. Sexton, D. O’Reilly, A. Thompson, M. Walsh, E. Watson, A. Watson, M. O’Neill, R. Curtain, M. Watson.

Subs for Milford: L. O’Flynn for A. Watson, S. O’Flynn for M. Walsh.

BURGESS/DUHARRA: N. O’Driscoll, E. King, A. Cremin, E. Dwan, D. McDonnell, T. O’Halloran (C), J. O’Halloran, C. Maher, A. Mulcahy, R. Barry, S. Howard, S. Hayes, T. Kennedy, E. McDonnell, A. Kennedy.

Subs for Burgess/Duharra: A. Egan for S. Hayes, C. McKeogh for S. Howard, M. Moloney for R. Barry, N. O’Donoghue for A. Kennedy.

Referee: Fintan McNamara (Clare)