Corn Phádraig Senior B Hurling Quarter-Final – P.S. na Tríonóide Youghal 0-11 Patrician Ac. Mallow 1-6

P.S. na Tríonóide Youghal defeated Patrician Ac. Mallow by 0-11 to 1-6 in the Corn Phádraig Senior B Hurling Quarter-Final on January 16th at Watergrasshill.

Pobalscoil Na Trionóide Youghal panel

The Pobalscoil Na Trionóide Youghal panel for this match is as follows –

Adam Curley Clashmore

Aidan O Neill Youghal

Aindriú Seoighe Youghal

Brendan Delaney Killeagh/Itas

Ciarán O Brien Killeagh/Itas – Captain

Colin Keenaghan Youghal

Conor Hennessy Youghal

Chris Morrisson Youghal

Daragh O Brien Killeagh/Itas

Declan Dalton Fr. O Neills

Danny Walsh Youghal

Danny O Neill Clashmore

Ed O Halloran Clashmore

Kash Ransom Youghal

Liam McGrath Youghal

Mathew Farrell Youghal

Matthew Murphy Killeagh/Itas

Mark Coady Youghal

Mark Coleman Killeagh/Itas

Michael Kelly Clashmore

Oliver Dempsey Youghal

Paul O Connor Clashmore

Ryan Cody Youghal

Ryan Sullivan Clashmore

Bobby McCarthy Killeagh/Itas

Robby Deady Clashmore

Ronan O Sullivan Youghal

Corn Phádraig Senior B Hurling Quarter-Final – St. Joseph’s Tulla 4-9 St Josephs College Borrisoleigh 0-10

St. Joseph’s Tulla defeated St Josephs College Borrisoleigh by 4-9 to 0-10 in the Corn Phádraig Senior B Hurling Quarter-Final on January 16th at Meelick.

St Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh panel

The St Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh panel is as follows –

1. Darragh Carey (Templederry)

2. Liam Ryan (Borrisoleigh)

3. Willie Costigan (Clonakenny)

4. Dean Ryan (Toomevara)

5. Shane Kenny (Borrisoleigh)

6. Seamus Bourke (Borrisoleigh – Captain)

7. Kieran Flaherty (Toomevara)

8. Cathal Kennedy (Toomevara)

9. Mark Gleeson (Templederry)

10. Ciarán Carey (Templederry)

11. Luke Ryan (Toomevara)

12. Ryan Toohey (Silvermines)

13. Ciarán Maher (Holycross/Ballycahill)

14. Paul Ryan (Toomevara)

15. Kieran Maher (Borrisoleigh)

16. Jack Delaney (Toomevara)

17. Declan Ryan (Borrisoleigh)

18. Thomas Ryan (Borrisoleigh)

19. Danny Ryan (Borrisoleigh)

20. Evan Egan (Loughmore/Castleiney)

21. Andrew Hayden (Silvermines)

22. Jim Shanahan (Toomevara)

23. Odhrán Murphy (Templederry)

24. Seán Kenny (Borrisoleigh)

25. Eoin Stapleton (Borrisoleigh)

26. Liam McCutcheon (Templederry)

27. Cathal O Sullivan (JK Brackens)

St Joseph’s Tulla Panel

The St Joseph’s Tulla Panel is as follows –

1. Daniel Vaughan (Tulla)

2. Mark Perrill (Crusheen)

3. James Noonan (Feakle)

4. Seán Shanahan (Clooney-Quin)

5. Eoin Tuohy (Feakle)

6. Niall Bolton (Tulla)

7. Ciarán Cooney (O’Callaghans Mills)

8. Oisín Donnellan (Feakle – Captain)

9. Conn Smyth (Feakle)

10. Darren Chaplin (Broadford)

11. Diarmuid Moloney (Broadford)

12. Evan McMahon (Feakle)

13. John O’Brien (O’Callaghans Mills)

14. Colin Corbett (Tulla)

15. Mark Lynch (Tulla)

Subs

16. Michael Burke (Feakle)

17. Cathal Lenihan (O’Callaghans Mills)

18. David Kearney (Crusheen)

19. Steven Conway (Feakle)

20. Martin Daly (Feakle)

21. Ruairí Nash (Clooney-Quin)

22. Emmett Gleeson (Tulla)

23. Niall McGrath (Bodyke)

24. Diarmuid Murphy (Tulla)

25. Seán Culligan (Crusheen)

26. Paraic Mulconroy (Tulla)

27. Eric Conway (Feakle)

28. Cathal Linnane (Feakle)

29. Stephen McMahon (Broadford)

30. Cian Harrington (Feakle)

 

Corn Phádraig Senior B Hurling Quarter-Final – Rochestown College Cork 2-8 Colaiste Iosaef Kilmallock 1-5

Rochestown College Cork defeated Colaiste Iosaef Kilmallock by 2-8 to 1-5 in the Corn Phádraig Senior B Hurling Quarter-Final on January 16th at Mallow.

Dr. Harty Cup Senior A Hurling Quarter-Final – Ardscoil Rís Limerick 0-14 Doon CBS 1-6

Ardscoil Ris best in Limerick Harty Cup derby

Report from the Limerick Leader newspaper

Published on Wednesday 16 January 2013 16:30

ARDSCOIL RIS are back in the semi-finals of the Dr Harty Cup for the sixth successive year after a 0-14 to 1-6 win over Limerick rivals Doon CBS on Wednesday afternoon. The Limerick City side dominated this all-Limerick quarter-final in Bruff for long periods to advance to a semi-final meeting with Our Ladys College, Templemore. The Limerick derby brought a big crowd and colour to Bruff but as a contest this was never an end to end rip-roaring contest. The east Limerick men needed a flying start but it was Ardscoil Ris that laid down the early markers. Indeed Doon didn’t score from play until the 10th minute of the second half, by which time five different Ardscoil Ris players had found the target. Ardscoil Ris were backed by the wind in the opening half and led by 0-9 to 0-2 at the break.

Eoghan Keogh increased the lead within seconds of the restart but then Doon got a glimmer of hope when Ardscoil Ris were reduced to 14 men. On the return to the field for the second half, referee Fergal Horgan showed corner back Josh O’Halloran a yellow card. Then just two minutes later, his attention was called by an umpire and O’Halloran was shown a second yellow and sent off. O’Donovan pointed the resulting free and the lead was seven points with a numerial advantage, the wind at their back and over 25 minutes to play. Dean Coleman (from play) and Murphy (free) left it 0-10 to 0-5 midway through the half. Ardscoil were now almost 15 minutes without a score before an O’Brien free steadied their ship.

But in truth, Ronan Lynch and Mark Buckley and defensive colleagues were coping with the Doon threat. At the other end, the Ardscoil attackers were beginning to enjoy the extra space and Keogh and Crehan fired over points to leave it 0-14 to 0-6. Doon were searching for goals but when they finally found the net it was in injury-time – wing back Pat Cummins firing to the net in a crowded goalmouth.

SCORERS – Ardscoil Ris: Colin Crehan, Cian O’Brien (three frees) 0-4 each, David Dempsey, Eoghan Keogh 0-2 each, Micheal O’Loughlin, Ronan Lynch (free) 0-1 each. Doon CBS: Barry Murphy 0-3 (all frees), Pat Cummins 1-0, Darragh O’Donovan 0-2 (two frees), Dean Coleman 0-1.

ARDSCOIL RIS – Conor Houlihan (Na Piarsaigh); Barry Fitzpatrick (Sixmilebridge), Mark Buckley (Na Piarsaigh), Josh O’Halloran (Na Piarsaigh); Michael Casey (Na Piarsaigh), Ronan Lynch (Na Piarsaigh), Andrew Carroll (Patrickswell); William O’Donoghue (Na Piarsaigh), Michael Foley (Na Piarsaigh); Cian O’Brien (Mungret), Cian Lynch (Patrickswell), David Dempsey (Na Piarsaigh); Colin Crehan (O’Callaghans Mills), Eoghan Keogh (Na Piarsaigh), Micheal O’Loughlin (Clonlara). Subs: Eoghan Costelloe (Adare) for M O’Loughlin (40mins).

DOON CBS – Colin Ryan (Pallasgreen); Thomas Hayes (Doon), Richie English (Doon), David Lonergan (Cappamore); Pat Cummins (Doon), Stephen Ryan (Doon), Mike Dee (Murroe-Boher); Fiachra O’Grady (Doon), Darragh O’Donovan (Doon); Dean Coleman (Doon), Pat Ryan (Doon), Shane O’Connell (Doon); Barry Murphy (Doon), Raymond Ryan (Doon), Kevin Stapleton (Cappawhite). Subs: David Orr (Cappawhite) for K Stapleton (39mins), Anthony Foley (Cappamore) for O’Grady (52mins), Brian McCarthy (Pallasgreen) for Thomas Hayes (54mins), Adam Coleman (Cappamore) for Lonergan (58mins).

REFEREE – Fergal Horgan (Tipperary)

Match Preview

The final tie of the round is an all Limerick affair. Ardscoil Rís have continued their impressive form of recent years in topping an extremely competitive group. Doon CBS have showed mixed form in the group stages but produced the result of the competition to date in beating St Flannans in their final game.

Ardscoil Rís results to date

Ardscoil Rís 2-14 Castletroy Coll. 0-8

Ardscoil Rís w/o Coláistí Chiarraí scr.

Ardscoil Rís Limerick 2-15 St. Colman’s Fermoy 2-12

Ardscoil Rís Limerick 1-10 DLS Waterford 1-9

Ardscoil Rís Limerick 0-7 Clonmel CBS 0-6

Doon CBS results to date

Dungarvan Colleges 3-13 Doon CBS 1-13

Doon CBS 2-18 Gaelcholáiste Mhuire A.G. 3-9

Doon CBS 1-21 St. Caimin’s C.S. Shannon 2-10

Doon CBS 3-19 St. Flannan’s Ennis 0-14

Doon CBS Panel

The Doon CBS panel for the Dr. Harty Cup is as follows –

Pat Ryan (Doon)

Richie English (Doon)

Darragh O’ Donovan (Doon)

Dean Coleman (Doon)

Stephen Ryan (Doon)

Raymond Ryan (Doon)

Pat Cummins (Doon)

Thomas Hayes (Doon)

Shane O’ Connell (Doon)

Barry Murphy (Doon)

Fiachra O’ Grady (Doon)

Cian McNamara (Doon)

Mike Dee (Murroe-Boher)

Colin Ryan (Pallasgreen)

Darren Cosgrave (Pallasgreen)

Brian McCarthy (Pallasgreen)

Kevin Stapleton (Cappawhite)

David Orr (Cappawhite)

Eanna Heffernan (Cappawhite)

David Buckley (Cappawhite)

Adam Coleman (Cappamore)

David Lonergan (Cappamore)

Anthony Foley (Cappamore)

Mike Fox (Eire Og, Annacarty)

Shane Stapleton (Sean Treacys)

MENTORS: Diarmuid Carr (Golden), Justin Daly (Pallaskenry), Denis Leonard (Cappamore)

Ardscoil Ris Harty Cup Panel

The Ardscoil Ris CBS panel for the Dr. Harty Cup is as follows –

1) Conor Houlihan (Na Piarsaigh)

2) Barry Fitzpatrick (Sixmilebridge)

3) Mark Buckley (Na Piarsaigh)

4) Josh O ‘Halloran (Na Piarsaigh)

5) Michael Casey (Na Piarsaigh)

6) Ronan Lynch (Na Piarsaigh)

7) Andrew Carroll (Patrickswell)

8 ) William O’Donoghue (Na Piarsaigh – Captain)

9) Michael Foley (Na Piarsaigh)

10) Cian O’Brien (Mungret)

11) Cian Lynch (Patrickswell)

12) David Dempsey (Na Piarsaigh)

13) Colin Crehan (O’ Callaghan’s Mills)

14) Eoin Keogh (Na Piarsaigh)

15) Micheal O’Loughlin (Clonlara)

16) Aaron Guillane (Patrickswell)

17) Paraic O Loughlin (Clonlara)

18) Kevin McGlennon (Parteen)

19) Ian Galvin (Clonlara)

20) Eoghan Costelloe (Adare)

21) Kieran Daly (Na Piarsaigh)

22) Thomas Grimes (Na Piarsaigh)

23) Gordon Brown (Na Piarsaigh)

24) Jack English (Adare)

25) Cian McCarthy (Parteen)

26) Niall Mulcahy (Mungret)

27) Lee Coughlan (Na Piarsaigh)

28) Eoin Quilty (South Liberties)

29) Killian Hannon (Adare)

30) Evan O’Brien (Na Piarsaigh)

31) Sean Moriarty (Clonlara)

32) Ronan Broderick (O’Callaghan’s Mills)

33) Alex Potter (Mungret)

34) Enda Meaney (South Liberties)

35) Oisin Heffernan (Adare)

36) Michael O”Neill (Crecora)

37) Keith Cawley (Patrickswell)

38) Fionn Larkin (Clonlara)

Coaches: Niall Crowe, Victor Leyden

Dr. Harty Cup Senior A Hurling Quarter-Final – Our Lady’s Templemore 2-5 Midleton CBS 0-10

Kennedy calls the tune with brilliant winner

Report from the Irish Independent newspaper

Our Lady’s, Templemore 2-5 Midleton CBS 0-10

BRIAN KENNEDY scored a brilliant late point to secure a dramatic victory for Our Lady’s in Cahir. Kennedy struck for his third point of the match in the second minute of stoppage time to set up a semi-final showdown with 2010 and 2011 Harty Cup winners Ardscoil Ris. Midleton, whose last Harty success came in 1978, trailed by three points at half-time, 2-3 to 0-6, but the Cork side came storming back in the second half.

Joe Mellerick’s proficiency from placed balls saw the midfielder notch eight points for Midleton, but they managed just two points from play during the entire game. Niall Motherway’s 42nd-minute point tied the game at 0-10 to 2-4 and, as the match hung on a knife-edge, 20 minutes elapsed before Kennedy’s decisive intervention. The closest Midleton came to a goal was when they had a 20-metre free blocked on the line, while Jake O’Donoghue clipped the outside of the post. But Templemore survived to keep alive their hopes of a first Harty crown in 35 years.

Colin O’Riordan and John McGrath, dual All-Ireland minor medallists, were partners at midfield and it was McGrath who scored Templemore’s opening goal in the seventh minute as his ’65’ ended up in the back of the net. Tommy Nolan scored a superb goal in the 18th minute, whipping on a loose ball 30 yards out to put Templemore 2-2 to 0-6 in front.

Scorers – Our Lady’s Templemore: J McGrath (1-0 ’65’, 0-1f), T Nolan 1-1 each; B Kennedy 0-3. Midleton CBS: J Mellerick 0-8 (7f, 1 ’65’), N Motherway, B Dunne 0-1 each.

OUR LADY’S TEMPLEMORE – SP Guerins; J Bergin, J Ryan, D Brereton; M Campion, J Nyland, P Hogan; C O’Riordan, J McGrath; JJ Ryan, D Carey, T Nolan; B Kennedy, T Maher, D McEnroe. Subs: B O’Connell for Ryan (36), T Brett for Campion (44), J Bergin for Carey (51), J Fogarty for Nolan (60+1).

MIDLETON CBS – S Beausang; A Staunton, D Quirke, J McGrath; A Kenneally, J McCarthy, M O’Keeffe; J Mellerick, N Motherway; J O’Donoghue, S Hegarty, K Walsh; D Cahill, B Dunne, P Nagle. Subs: B Aherne for Walsh (h-t), P McMahon for O’Donoghue (58).

Ref – M O’Connor (Limerick)

Match Preview

Both schools will enter this game with genuine ambitions of advancing to a semi-final. Midleton will be buoyed their recent Dr O’Callaghan (Cork Colleges Senior Hurling) cup victory and indeed have made huge strides since the start of the year, this no doubt was reflected in their last gasp win against Nenagh CBS in the final group game. Templemore much like Midleton have made steady progress since the competition began, with their most impressive result being a win over Blackwater CS. This promises to be a tight battle of two teams that on their day can match any in the province.

Midleton results to date

Midleton CBS 1-18 Col. Críost Rí Cork 0-9

Midleton CBS 1-10 Bandon H.S. 1-7

Thurles CBS 0-13 Midleton CBS 2-3

Midleton CBS 0-15 Nenagh CBS 1-11

Templemore Results to date

Our Lady’s Templemore 1-18 West Limerick Schs. 1-18

Our Lady’s Templemore 1-13 Charleville CBS 0-14

Our Lady’s Templemore 1-19 Blackwater C.S. 1-18

Our Lady’s Templemore 1-12 Abbey CBS Tipperary 0-7

Our Lady’s Templemore Panel

The Our Lady’s Templemore panel for the Dr. Harty Cup is as follows –

John McGrath – Loughmore\Castleiney

Tommy Maher – Loughmore\Castleiney

Denis Brereton – Loughmore\Castleiney

Joseph Nyland- Loughmore\Castleiney

Bill O’Connell – Loughmore\Castleiney

Jason Ryan – Toomevara (Captain)

Tommy Nolan – Drom\Inch

Jamie Bergin – Drom\Inch

Michael Campion – Drom\Inch

Kevin Ahearn – Drom\Inch

Kevin Hassett – Drom\Inch

Emmet Moloney – Drom\Inch

Joey Maher – Drom\Inch

Colm Kinane – Drom\Inch

Robert Ryan – Drom\Inch

Colin O’Riordan – JK Brackens

Sean Patrick Guerins – JK Brackens

James Bergin – JK Brackens

Jack Fogarty- JK Brackens

Dean Mcenroe – JK Brackens

Brian Kennedy – JK Brackens

Tommy Brett – JK Brackens

JohnJoe Ryan – Clonakenny

Paul Bergin – Clonakenny

Dylan Carey – Templederry Kenyons

Padraig Hogan – Templederry Kenyons

Matt Stapleton – Borris-Ileigh

Jacque Dowling – Erril\Rathdowney

Gary Russell – Moyne\Templetouhy

Shane Ryan – Moyne\Templetouhy

PJ Bourke – Upperchurch\Drombane

Midleton CBS Panel

1. Steven Beausang (Cloyne)

2. Alan Stanton (Midleton)

3. Darren Quirke (Midleton – Captain)

4. Jack McGrath (Russell Rovers)

5. Adrian Kenneally (Fr O’Neills)

6. James McCarthy (Kiltua Óg)

7. Mark O’Keeffe (Fr O’Neills)

8. Joe Mellerick (Fr O’Neills)

9. Niall Motherway (Kiltua Óg)

10. Paudie McMahon (Fr O’Neills)

11. Shane Hegarty (Kiltua Óg)

12. Jake O’Donoghue (Aghada)

13. David Cahill (Killeagh)

14. Billy Dunne (Fr O’Neills)

15. Padraig Nagle (Midleton)

16. Brian Rossiter (Midleton)

17. Seadnaidh Smith (Midleton)

18. Aaron Stafford (Aghada)

19. Bill Aherne (Kiltua Óg)

20. Brendan McCarthy (Carrigtwohill)

21. Kieran Walsh (Russell Rovers)

22. Eoin Keniry (Killeagh)

23. Jamie Stack (Kiltua Óg)

24. Kane Looney (Aghada)

25. Killian Broderick (Fr O’Neills)

26. Brian Cashman (Carrigtwohill)

27. Sean O’Farrell (Midleton)

28. Gavin Bagnell (Midleton)

29. Ciarán Gasnell (Carrigtwohill)

30. Darragh Cahill (Killeagh)

31. James Lawton (Kiltua Óg)

32. Liam Martin (Kiltua Óg)

33. Eoin O’Mahoney (Carrigtwohill)

34. Kevin Moynihan (Russell Rovers)

35. Daniel Landers (Killeagh)

Dr. Harty Cup Senior A Hurling Quarter-Final – Dungarvan Colleges 0-14 Blackwater C.S. 0-10

Curran opens the door

Report from the Irish Independent newspaper

Dungarvan Colleges 0-14 Blackwater CS 0-10

DUNGARVAN remain on course to retain their Harty Cup crown as a third-quarter purple patch shook off local rivals Blackwater Community School at Fraher Field. The sides were level on four occasions in an untidy opening half, with the score 0-7 to 0-6 in favour of the holders at the break. Darragh Lyons doubled Dungarvan’s advantage early in the second half but Kieran Bennett responded with a fine solo effort. The Dungarvan half-back line began to dictate in the third quarter and they struck for five unanswered points. Patrick Curran scored three of those with Colin Dunford and the lively Lyons also on target to put them 0-13 to 0-7 in front. Blackwater clawed their way back into contention with three points in a row but their comeback hopes were dashed when David Geary received a straight red card with a minute left.

SCORERS – Dungarvan Colleges: P Curran 0-8 (5f), D Lyons 0-3, C Curran, C Dunford, T Bourke (’65’) 0-1 each; Blackwater CS: D Geary 0-7 (5f, 2 ’65’), K Bennett 0-2, C Leamy 0-1.

DUNGARVAN COLLEGES – L Power; M Cronin, B Looby, K Looby; T Bourke, K Daly, T Devine; M Harney, C Curran; C Breathnach, P Curran, E Crotty; C Dunford, S Keating, D Lyons. Sub: D Gartland for Crotty (42).

BLACKWATER CS – S Barry; J Ring, C Roche, P Hennessy; C Murray, S O’Brien, N Fives; C Leamy, P Coleman; S Bennett, D Geary, A Crawford; M Kearney, D Meagher, K Bennett. Sub: A O’Sullivan for Fives (51).

REF – N Cosgrove (Tipperary)

 

Match Preview
This promises to be the tie of the round with the West Waterford rivals meeting in what should be a fantastic game of hurling. The Lismore outfit had a straight-forward qualification for the knock out stage; however their loss to Templemore came as a surprise. It must be noted that qualification had been secured prior to this game and the absence of key players did not help their cause. The amalgamated Dungarvan Colleges outfit that consists of players from Dungarvan CBS and St. Augustines are seen by many as favourites to lift the Harty cup again this year. Their passage through the group stages was never in doubt, despite a loss to St Flannans.

Blackwater C.S. results to date

Blackwater C.S. 3-20 Charleville CBS 0-8

Blackwater C.S. 1-13 Abbey CBS Tipperary 0-7

Blackwater C.S. 2-15 West Limerick Schools 0-14

Our Lady’s Templemore 1-19 Blackwater C.S. 1-18

Dungarvan Colleges results

Dungarvan Colleges 3-13 Doon CBS 1-13

St. Flannan’s Ennis 0-16 Dungarvan Colleges 2-9

Dungarvan Colleges 3-12 St. Caimin’s Shannon 0-11

Dungarvan Colleges 5-18 Gaelcholáiste Mhuire A.G. 2-8

Blackwater C.S. Panel

Sean Barry Lismore – Captain

John Ring Fermoy

Shane Bennett Ballysaggart

Cian Leamy Ballyduff

David Geary  Fermoy

Colm Roche   Shamrocks

Michael Kearney  Ballyduff

Conor Murray Cappoquin

Paudi Coleman  Lismore

Shane O’Brien St Catherines

Robert Sullivan Tallow

Darren Meagher  Ballysaggart

Niall Fives  Tourin

Pat Hennessy  Lismore

Kieran Bennett  Ballysaggart

Bobby Ryan  Ballysaggart

Aidan Dwyer  St Olivers

Aaron O’Sullivan  Cappoquin

Jack Prendergast  Lismore

Andrew Molumby Cappoquin

Adam Crawford  Shamrocks

David Prendergast  Lismore

John McGrath  Modeligo

Jordan Henley Tallow

Jordan Shanahan  Lismore

Jake Beecher Tallow

Paul O’Mahony Tallow

Shane Kenney Geraldines

Jack Tobin Tallow

Shane Murray Cappoquin

Adam Flynn Lismore

Stephen O’Keeffe Tallow

Dungarvan Colleges Panel

Laurence Power – Abbeyside

Kealan Looby – St Olivers/Ballinameela

Brian Looby – Abbeyside

Jack Mullanney – Stradbally

Tagdh Bourke – Clashmore

Kevin Daly – Dungarvan

Tom Devine – Modeligo (Captain)

Cormac Curran – Brickey Rangers

Colin Dunford – Colligan Emmets

Ryan Donnelly – Dungarvan

Michael Harney – Ballydurn

Eamon Crotty – Abbeyside

Darragh Lyons – Dungarvan

Seamus Keating – Ardmore

Patrick Curran – Dungarvan

Gavin Power – Dungarvan

Christy Breathnach – An Rinn

David Gartland – Ardmore

Michael Cronin – Ardmore

Sean Daly – Abbeyside

Kieran Barron – St Marys Touraneena

Aaron Donnelly – Dungarvan

Jack O’Donnell – Brickey Rangers

Michael Shine – St Olivers/Ballinameela

Conor Prunty – Abbeyside

Cian Culloo – St Olivers/ Ballinameela

Carthach Barry – Brickey Rangers

Cormac O’Grady – Brickey Rangers

Conor Tobin – St Marys Touraneena

Ross Browne – Colligan Emmets

Jack Morrissey – Dungarvan