Munster Post Primary Schools Ladies Football Senior C Final – Mount St Michael Rosscarbery v Scoil Mhuire Greenhill, Carrick on Suir

Mount St Michael Rosscarbery will play Scoil Mhuire Greenhill, Carrick on Suir in the Munster Post Primary Schools Ladies Football Senior C Final on Thursday January 24th at 12:00pm in Castletownroche.

Referee: Mike Meade

Extra time if necessary

Waterford Crystal Cup Quarter Final – LIT 1-25 Kerry 3-7

O’Brien and Guilfoyle to the fore for dominant Limerick students

Report from the Irish Times newspaper

Limerick IT 1-25 Kerry 3-7 : The Davy Fitzgerald managed Limerick IT carried too much firepower for a largely experimental Kerry side in this Waterford Crystal Cup quarter-final played under lights on a superb Abbeydorney surface last night.

LIT did the damage in the opening quarter, when they raced 0-8 to 0-1 clear. Paudie O’Brien from Kilmallock was outstanding at midfield and finished the game with six points from play while the hard-working Colin Madden at wing forward punished every Kerry error.

Full-forward Gary Guilfoyle was deadly accurate from frees and his first-half points helped LIT lead 0-13 to 2-3 at the interval with Willie O’Dwyer ( close-in free) and Darran Dineen getting Kerry’s goals in the 30th and 34th minutes.

Kerry’s Shane Nolan fired over two quick points to close the gap to two but with O’Brien scoring points at will and Guilfoyle punishing Kerry indiscipline, LIT were soon 0-19 to 2-5 clear by the 50th minute.

Pádraig Boyle got Kerry’s goal before Mike Daffy had the final say, with a LIT goal in the last minute.

For the Record

Kerry LIT
2012 Waterford Crystal Cup Performance Defeated IT Tralee before losing to Cork by 5-18 to 1-14 in the Quarter-Final Lost to Tipperary by 2-24 to 1-16 in the Preliminary Round
Number of Waterford Crystal Cup Senior Hurling titles 0 0
Last Waterford Crystal Cup Senior Hurling Title N/A N/A
Waterford Crystal Cup Senior Hurling Record since 2006 Played – 9
Won – 2
Lost – 7
Drawn – 0
Played – 9
Won – 2
Lost – 7
Drawn – 0
Last meeting in the Waterford Crystal Cup No previous meeting

Waterford Crystal Cup Senior Hurling 2013


Preliminary Round

Saturday January 19th

@ Kilmallock                               Limerick 3-15 Mary Immaculate College 0-13

@ The Mardyke                          Cork 3-20 UCC 1-16

Sunday January 20th

@ Abbeydorney                          Kerry 6-17 IT Tralee 0-12

@ WIT GAA Grounds                  University of Limerick 1-20 Waterford 0-18

Quarter-Finals (Extra Time)

Thursday January 24th

@ Abbeydorney                          Kerry v Limerick Institute of Technology            @ 7:00pm

Saturday January 26th

@ Pairc Ui Rinn                           Cork v Waterford Institute of Technology           @ 2:00pm

Sunday January 27th

@ Sixmilebridge                          Clare v University of Limerick                            @ 2:00pm

@ MacDonagh Park Nenagh        Tipperary v Limerick                                        @ 2:00pm

Semi-Finals (Extra Time)

Sunday February 3rd

Clare or UL v Cork or WIT

Venue Permutations

@ TBC                                       Clare v Cork
@ Clare venue                            Clare v WIT
@ Cork venue                             UL v Cork
@ TBC                                       UL v WIT

Tipperary or Limerick v Kerry or LIT

Venue Permutations

@ TBC                                       Tipperary v Kerry

@ Tipperary venue                      Tipperary v LIT
@ TBC         `                             Limerick v Kerry
@ Limerick venue                        Limerick v LIT

Final (Extra Time)

Sunday February 10th

 

Waterford Crystal Cup Senior Hurling – Odds and Ends

35 goals were scored in the 2012 Waterford Crystal Cup competition over 11 matches (an average of 3.2 goals per match). This contrasts with 23 goals in the 2011 competition over 10 matches (an average of 2.3 goals per match). In the first four matches in last week’s preliminary round of the 2013 competition, there were 14 goals scored (an average of 3.5 goals per match)

Since the Waterford Crystal Cup began in 2006, Clare (15 wins), Tipperary (13 wins) and Waterford (13 wins) have accounted for 41 of the 75 victories in the competition (55%).

Tipperary hold the record for the longest winning streak in the Waterford Crystal Cup since the competition began under that guise in 2006 when they won 10 consecutive matches between 2007 and 2009.

None of the five teams who take part in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship have a losing record in the Waterford Crystal Cup since 2006.

Since the Waterford Crystal Cup began in 2006, 70 games have been played with just 1 draw – the 2012 Limerick v Clare Quarter-Final after two periods of extra time.

The record of the Third Level Colleges in the Waterford Crystal Cup since 2006 is Won 20, Lost 42, a 32% success rate.

Waterford have won 8 of the last 10 matches in the Waterford Crystal Cup.

Clare are the only team who have won at least one game each year since the Waterford Crystal Cup competition began in 2006.

IT Tralee is the only team not to win a game in the Waterford Crystal Cup since 2006, losing their first match in the last 6 seasons.

Waterford Crystal Cup Senior Hurling Roll Of Honour

Tipperary (3) – 2007, 2008, 2012

Waterford (2) – 2010, 2011

Clare (1) – 2009

Limerick (1) – 2006

Limerick Institute of Technology Panel

Andrew Fahy               Whitegate        Clare

Colin Nelson                Feakle Clare

Sean Collins                Cratloe            Clare

Paudie O Brien            Kilmallock        Limerick

Eoin O Sullivan           Sarsfields        Cork

Seamus Callanan        Drom Inch        Tipperary

Cathal Mc’Inerney       Cratloe            Clare

Sean O Brien              Patrickswell     Limerick

Alan Dempsey             Na Pairsaigh   Limerick

John O Keeffe             Clonoulty         Tipperary

Padraig Hickey            Broadford        Clare

Pat Begley                   Mungret           Limerick

Paudie Aherne Kilteely Limerick

John Guilfoyle             Wolfe Tones    Clare

Cathal Barrett              Holycross        Tipperary

Niall O Connor Newmarket      Clare

Colin Madden              Bruff    Limerick

Johnny Mulqueen        Burgess           Tipperary

Ronan Taaffe              Tubber Clare

Brian O Reilly              Shanballymore            Cork

Gary Guilfoyle             Feakle Clare

Paul O Flaherty           Abbeyknockmoy          Galway

Jamie Fitzgibbon         Crusheen        Clare

Thomas Cleary            Killuarne McDonnaghs            Tipperary

Waterford Crystal Cup – 2013 Scorers

Patrick Horgan (Cork) 2-8 (1-4 frees, 0-2 65s) 

Shane Dowling (Limerick) 2-5 (0-4 frees)
Willie Griffin (UCC) 1-7 (1-5 frees)

Daniel Collins 2-3 (Kerry)
Shane Nolan (Kerry) 2-2 (0-2 frees)

Willie O’Dwyer (Kerry) 1-4

Kieran Morris (UL) 0-7 (0-6 frees)
Mark Deegan (IT Tralee) 0-7 (0-7 frees)
Paudie O’Sullivan (Cork) 1-3

Shane O’Sullivan (Waterford) 0-6 (0-2 frees, 0-1 65)

Seamus Harnedy (UCC) 0-5

John Conlon (Mary Immaculate College) 0-5 (0-4 frees)

Pa Cronin (Cork) 0-4 (0-2 frees)

Sean Maunsell (Kerry) 1-1

Niall Moran (Limerick) 0-4
Eamonn Murphy (UL) 0-4
Stephen Moylan (Cork) 0-3

David Breen (Limerick) 1-0
Paul Kelly (UL) 1-0

Sean Curran (Mary Immaculate College) 0-3 (0-1 free)

Richie Foley (Waterford) 0-3

Jake Dillon (Waterford) 0-3 (0-2 frees, 0-1 penalty)

Darren Dineen (Kerry) 0-2
Brendan O’Leary (Kerry) 0-2 

Conor Allis (Limerick) 0-2
Adrian Ryan (UL) 0-2

David Butler (UL) 0-2
Colm Galvin (Mary Immaculate College) 0-2
Seamus Prendergast (Waterford) 0-2

 

Michael Cussen (Cork), Rob O’Shea (Cork), Darragh O’Connell (Kerry) (0-1 free), Padraig Boyle (Kerry), PJ Connolly (Kerry), Seanie Tobin (Limerick), David Reidy (Limerick), Kevin Downes (Limerick), Seamus Hickey (Limerick), P. Walsh (UL), Shane Golden (UL), T. Heffernan (UL), C. Ryan (UL), Brian Stapleton (UL), Kevin Moran (Waterford), Shane Walsh (Waterford), J. Barron (Waterford), Gavin O’Brien (0-1 free), Brian Hartnett (UCC), Conor Lehane (UCC), Dan McCormack (UCC), B Murray (UCC), Jack Walsh (IT Tralee), Giles O’Grady (IT Tralee), S Conlon (IT Tralee), Podge O’Connor  (IT Tralee), Darren Wallace (IT Tralee), Declan Hannon (Mary Immaculate College) (0-1 ’65), Luke O’Farrell (Mary Immaculate College), Brian O’Halloran (Mary Immaculate College) 0-1 each