Allianz Hurling League Division 1B – Wexford 2-25 Kerry 0-8

Wexford defeated Kerry by 2-25 to 0-8 in the Allianz Hurling League Division 1B on Sunday March 6th at Austin Stack Park Tralee.


Wexford hammer Kerry’s hurlers

By Stephen Barry for breakingnews.ie

Kerry 0-8 Wexford 2-25

Wexford put a losing start to the Allianz League behind them by hammering 13-man Kerry in front of a large crowd at Austin Stack Park.
Given a big stage as a warm-up act to Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s footballers and in front of TG4 cameras, Kerry deeply disappointed and the 23-point margin of defeat reflected their drop in standards from their opening two games.

Conor McDonald’s 14th-minute goal was the key moment as a wind-assisted Wexford built a 12-point half-time lead. Andrew Shore, who ended with 1-7 from play, capped the win with a fine late goal.

The main stand in the revamped Austin Stack Park was full by the start of hurling portion of the double-header in Tralee. However, the home fans were left with little to cheer as Shane Tomkins scored good points either side of an Andrew Shore effort to give Wexford a quick three-point lead.

A superb interception by Bryan Murphy prevented a likely Wexford goal and Shane Nolan and Mikey Boyle points got the Western End umpires in action for the first time. However, Shore picked off two scores from a distance of 65 metres to cancel each of those out, before Kerry made things worse for themselves.

A Kerry giveaway allowed Aidan Nolan a point before similar defensive blundering from a short puck-out gave Wexford a run on goal – Shore won the ball and Podge Doran provided the assist for the overlapping Conor McDonald to score. That was the Model county’s first goal from play in the League on McDonald’s first start of the year.

John Egan worked a superb one-two to set up a goal chance for himself but, having rounded the goalie, a miraculous diving block from Paudie Foley prevented the three-pointer. Egan settled for a point from the rebound. McDonald threatened a second goal at the other end – his acute-angled shot whistling across the goal – but further points from Nolan, Liam Óg McGovern, Lee Chin and a trio of Harry Kehoe frees, all from overcarrying calls, gave Wexford a 1-13 to 0-4 half-time cushion.

Wexford added three of the next four scores after the break, from Shore and Kehoe (two frees), ending hopes that Kerry could use that wind advantage to contest the victory. Still, Nolan did utilise the conditions to slot a free from close to Kerry’s own 45, but that was one of only four second-half points for the hosts and Tom Murnane’s 56th-minute dismissal for a second yellow was the salt in the wound.

For Wexford Shore’s 63rd-minute brilliantly clinical catch and finish for a goal added decoration to the victory, which ended with Kerry full-back Murphy conceding a penalty and receiving a straight red in injury-time. Ian Byrne blasted the one-on-one attempt over to complete Wexford’s tally of 2-25.

Teams and Scorers

Scorers for Kerry: S Nolan (0-5, 4 frees); M Boyle, J Egan, C Harty (0-1 each).

Scorers for Wexford: A Shore (1-7); H Kehoe (0-6 frees); C McDonald (1-2); S Tomkins, I Byrne (pen), A Nolan (0-2 each); L Óg McGovern, L Chin, E Moore, D O’Keeffe (0-1 each).

KERRY: M Stackpoole; S Weir, B Murphy, K Carmody; D Collins, T Casey, T Murnane; P Kelly, J Griffin; S Nolan, M O’Leary, C Harty; J Egan, M Boyle, J Goulding.
Subs: D Fitzell for Weir (ht), J Diggins for Casey (45), P Lucid for O’Leary (46), J Conway for Goulding (65),

WEXFORD: C O’Leary; L Ryan, M O’ Hanlon, A Kenny; E Conroy, P Foley, E Moore; L Chin, H Kehoe; S Tompkins, A Shore, A Nolan; C McDonald, P Doran, L Óg McGovern.
Subs: D O’Keeffe for Doran (49), I Byrne for Nolan (58), J O’Connor for Chin (63), A Maddock for Ryan, K Sheridan for Moore (both 65),
Referee: J Ryan (Tipperary)


Team News

KERRY (Allianz HL v Wexford): M Stackpoole; S Weir, B Murphy, K Carmody; D Collins, T Casey, T Murnane; P Kelly, J Griffin; S Nolan, M O’Leary, C Harty; J Egan, M Boyle, J Goulding.

WEXFORD (Allianz HL v Kerry): M Fanning; L Ryan, M O’Hanlon, E Moore; A Shore, P Foley, A Kenny; L Chin, E Conroy; H Kehoe, S Tompkins, A Nolan; C McDonald, P Doran, L Ó McGovern.


Match Coverage

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Allianz Hurling League Division 1B – Limerick 1-19 Offaly 0-14

Limerick defeated Offaly by 1-19 to 0-14 in Round 3 of the Allianz Hurling League Division 1B on Sunday March 6th at O’Connor Park Tullamore.

Allianz Football League Division 3 – Kildare 1-11 Limerick 1-10

Kildare defeated Limerick by 1-11 to 1-10 in the Allianz Football League Division 3 on Sunday March 6th at St. Conleth’s Park Newbridge.


Team News

LIMERICK (FL v Kildare): D O’Sullivan (Monaleen); J McCarthy (St Kieran’s), P Browne (Fr Caseys), S O’Dea (Kilteely-Dromkeen); M Donovan (Galbally), I Corbett (Newcastlewest), P White (Rathkeale); T Lee (Ballylanders), S Buckley (Dromcollogher-Broadford); C Sheehan (Newcastlewest), P Ranahan (Ballysteen), D Tracey (St Kieran’s); I Ryan (St Senan’s), D Neville (Ballysteen), P Nash (Kildimo-Pallaskenry).

Allianz Football League Division 3 – Clare 1-18 Westmeath 0-10

Clare defeated Westmeath by 1-18 to 0-10 in the Allianz Football League Division 3 on Sunday March 6th at Cusack Park Ennis.

Allianz Football League Division 3 – Tipperary 2-11 Offaly 0-12

Tipperary defeated Offaly by 2-11 to 0-12 in the Allianz Football League Division 3 on Sunday March 6th at Sean Treacy Park Tipperary Town.


Liam Kearns: Promotion now on for Tipperary

By Jackie Cahill for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Tipperary 2-11 Offaly 0-12: Tipperary manager Liam Kearns believes promotion from Division 3 of the Allianz Football League is a realistic target following yesterday’s comfortable victory over Offaly at Sean Treacy Park. With three rounds, Tipp are joint second alongside Clare, both sides two points behind Kildare. Tipp travel to Longford next Sunday for a crucial clash and Kearns now believes anything is possible.

It was a profitable afternoon for inside forwards Michael Quinlivan and Conor Sweeney, who bagged 1-10 between them. Kearns said: “We played some good football in the first-half and got our scores. It was a slog in the second-half but we got the job done. In the circumstances, we’re very happy, now secure in Division 3. We’ll have a look at promotion now and see what we can do. We have to go to Longford next Sunday and win that. Will eight points be enough to get you up? I’d say we’d probably need another point from our last two matches then.”

With Quinlivan and Martin Dunne netting first-half goals, Tipp were 2-8 to 0-5 clear at half-time in a free-ridden encounter. Defeat is a dent to Offaly’s promotion hopes. Boss Pat Flanagan said: “It’s the most disappointing performance since we came together. We had an awful lot of possession but the amount of ball we gave away absolutely crucified us.”

Scorers for Tipperary: M Quinlivan 1-4 (0-1f, 0-1 45), C Sweeney 0-6 (3f), M Dunne 1-0, P Austin 0-1.

Scorers for Offaly: N Dunne 0-4 (3f), N McNamee & S Doyle (2f) 0-3 each, S Pender & B Allen (f) 0-1 each.

TIPPERARY: E Comerford; K Fahey, A Campbell, C McDonald; J Feehan, R Kiely, S Leahy; A Moloney, M Dunne; J Lonergan, P Acheson, B Fox; C Sweeney, M Quinlivan, P Austin.
Subs: D Leahy for Feehan (50), D Butler for S Leahy (58), B Hewitt for Austin (62), M Hanley for Fahey (65), J O’Callaghan for Lonergan (70+2).

OFFALY: A Mulhall; D Brady, E Rigney, S Pender; J Moloney, B Darby, J O’Connor; G Guilfoyle, C McNamee; A Sullivan, M Brazil, R Allen; N Dunne, S Doyle, N McNamee
Subs: N Darby for Brady (h.t.), P Cunningham for Allen (h.t.), C Donoghue for Rigney (44), E Carroll for Brazil (53), B Allen for Doyle (61), J Gethings for C McNamee (61).

Referee: J Molloy (Galway)


Fixture Details

06.03.2016 (Sun)
Allianz Football League Roinn 3 Round 4
Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary Town 12:30
Tiobraid Árann v Uíbh Fhailí
Referee: James Molloy (Gaillimh)


Team News

the Tipperary Senior Football panel to face Offaly on Sunday in round 4 of the Allianz Football League Roinn 3 in Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary Town, at 12.30pm has also been announced by manager Liam Kearns. Looking to consolidate their position in the league, Liam has made 1 change from the team which drew with Westmeath as Kevin Fahey replaces the injured Colm O’Shaughnessy at corner-back.

The panel lines out as follows;

1. Evan Comerford – Kilsheelan-Kilcash
2. Kevin Fahey – Clonmel Commercials
3. Alan Campbell – Moyle Rovers
4. Ciarán Mc Donald – Aherlow
5. Jimmy Feehan – Killenaule
6. Robbie Kiely – Carbery Rangers
7. Shane Leahy – Arravale Rovers
8. Alan Moloney – Rockwell Rovers
9. Martin Dunne – Moyle Rovers
10. Josh Keane – Golden-Kilfeacle
11. Peter Acheson – (Capt.) – Moyle Rovers
12. Brian Fox – Éire Óg Annacarty
13. Conor Sweeney – Ballyporeen
14. Michael Quinlivan – Clonmel Commercials
15. Niall O’Donovan – Arravale Rovers

Subs:
16. Ciarán Kendrick – Moyle Rovers
17. Philip Austin – Borrisokane
18. Jason Lonergan – Clonmel Commercials
19. Billy Hewitt – Ardfinnan
20. John O’Callaghan – Ballyporeen
21. Liam Casey – Cahir
22. David Butler – Drom & Inch
23. Donagh Leahy – Arravale Rovers
24. Mark Hanley – Aherlow
25. Donal Lynch – Clonmel Commercials
26. Ian Fahey – Clonmel Commercials


Press Release from Tipperary GAA

Due to the impending adverse weather forecast Semple Stadium management committee have decided in advance, rather than leaving it to the last minute, that the Semple Stadium pitch would not be able to hold both fixtures on Sunday next as originally programmed.

As a result the Allianz Football League Roinn 3 fixture between Tipperary and Offaly has been moved to Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary Town with a 12.30pm throw in on Sunday next, March 6th.

The Allianz League Roinn 1A Senior Hurling fixture between Tipperary and Waterford will go ahead as planned in Semple Stadium but has been moved back to the later time of 3pm to facilitate patrons who may wish to attend both matches.

Both stands will be open in Semple Stadium and due to different price structure at both venues, as indicated patrons attending the football fixture in Tipperary Town who may wish to attend the hurling fixture also will receive a concessionary ticket to allow them pay a reduced admission price in Semple Stadium.

The Match day programme will be the same for both fixtures.

Is mise le meas,
Joe Bracken,
PRO Co. Board
pro.tipperary@gaa.ie

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A – Waterford 1-18 Tipperary 1-17

Waterford defeated Tipperary by 1-18 to 1-17 in Round 3 of the Allianz Hurling League Division 1A on Sunday March 6th at Semple Stadium Thurles.



D1A: Gleeson the hero as Waterford stun Tipperary

ALLIANZ HURLING LEAGUE DIVISION IA: TIPPERARY 1-17 WATERFORD 1-18

By Jackie Cahill at Semple Stadium, Thurles for GAA.ie

Derek McGrath’s Waterford claimed a tenth successive Allianz Hurling League victory this afternoon as Austin Gleeson banged over a brilliant winner to deny Tipperary in the fourth minute of stoppage time at Semple Stadium. Waterford’s run stretches back to last year’s campaign and they made it three from three in Division IA this year with a come from behind win.

Trailing by five points early in the second half, Waterford hit 1-4 without reply, including Tom Devine’s 59th minute goal, to turn the game on its head. But Tipp looked to have won it when John McGrath netted two minutes from time – before Waterford staged a late revival.

McGrath’s goal handed Tipp a 1-17 to 1-16 advantage in front of 6540 spectators in Thurles but after Patrick Curran converted his ninth point of the game, and seventh free, to level matters, Gleeson bombed over the winner from 100 metres.

Tipp, like they did against Kilkenny at Nowlan Park, lost a game down the home straight from a winning position and they missed goal chances again here. Patrick ‘Bonner’ Maher was denied by Waterford goalkeeper Stephen O’Keeffe in the first half and with 12 minutes left, a minute before Devine’s goal, Niall O’Meara went desperately close.

This was a tough one for Tipp to take as they led by 0-12 to 0-8 at half-time, and by 0-14 to 0-9 early in the second half. But League champions Waterford gained a stranglehold around the middle third and turned the screw. John ‘Bubbles’ O’Dwyer finished as Tipp’s leading scorer on the day with 0-11, including nine frees, but he was fortunate to escape with just a yellow card in the 20th minute after a wild pull across Jake Dillon’s shins.

***

Scorers for Tipperary: J O’Dwyer 0-11 (9f), J McGrath 1-2, M Breen 0-2, B Maher 0-1, N McGrath 0-1

Scorers for Waterford: P Curran 0-9 (7f), T Devine 1-0, S Bennett 0-3, A Gleeson 0-2 (1f), K Moran 0-2, J Barron 0-1 M Kearney 0-1

TIPPERARY: D Gleeson; C Barrett, T Hamill, M Cahill; B Heffernan, R Maher, Pádraic Maher; B Maher, M Breen; N McGrath, D McCormack, Patrick Maher; J O’Dwyer, L McGrath, J McGrath
Subs: N O’Meara for L McGrath (51), K Bergin for McCormack (58).

WATERFORD: S O’Keeffe; S Fives, B Coughlan, N Connors; P Mahony, D Fives, K Moran; J Barron, M Kearney; J Dillon, S Bennett, M Walsh; P Curran, A Gleeson, C Dunford
Subs: T Devine for Kearney (47), T Ryan for Walsh (54), S O’Sullivan for Dunford (65).

Referee: C Lyons (Cork)




Fixture Details

06.03.2016 (Sun)
Allianz Hurling League Roinn 1A Round 3
Semple Stadium, Thurles 15:00
Tiobraid Árann v Port Láirge
Referee: Colm Lyons (Corcaigh)


Team News

Ahead of the Tipperary Allianz Hurling League Roinn 1A round 3 fixture against Waterford in Semple Stadium at 3pm next Sunday, March 6th, Tipperary manager Michael Ryan has made 3 changes to his side looking for a second home win in this year’s league. As anticipated Seamus Callanan from Drom & Inch returns to his customary full forward berth on his seasonal debut while Barry Heffernan from Nenagh Éire Óg makes his league debut at right half back. Ronan Maher from Thurles Sarsfields also marks his first full start of the campaign at centre back.

The panel lines out as follows;
1. Darren Gleeson – Portroe
2. Cathal Barrett – Holycross-Ballycahill
3. Tomás Hamill – Moyne-Templetuohy
4. Michael Cahill – Thurles Sarsfields
5. Barry Heffernan – Nenagh Éire Óg
6. Ronan Maher -Thurles Sarsfields
7. Padraic Maher – Thurles Sarsfields
8. Brendan Maher (Capt.) – Borris-Ileigh
9. Michael Breen – Ballina
10. Noel McGrath – Loughmore-Castleiney
11. Dan McCormack -Borris-Ileigh
12. Patrick Maher – Lorrha-Dorrha
13. John O’Dwyer – Killenaule
14. Seamus Callanan -Drom & Inch
15. John McGrath – Loughmore-Castleiney
Subs:
16. Darragh Mooney – Éire Óg Annacarty
17. Kieran Bergin – Killenaule
18. Andrew Coffey -Nenagh Éire Óg
19. Conor Kenny – Borris-Ileigh
20. Liam McGrath – Loughmore-Castleiney
21. Conor O’Brien – Éire Óg Annacarty
22. Niall O’Meara -Kilruane MacDonaghs
23. Daire Quinn – Nenagh Éire Óg
24. Adrian Ryan – Templederry Kenyons
25. Liam Ryan – Drom & Inch
26. Willie Ryan – Clonakenny

The Waterford Senior Hurling Team to face Tipperary on Sunday 6th March in Semple Stadium has just being announced following training tonight.

1. Stephen O’Keeffe (Ballygunner)
2. Shane Fives (Tourin)
3. Barry Coughlan (Ballygunner)
4. Noel Connors (Passage)
5. Austin Gleeson (Mount Sion)
6. Darragh Fives (Tourin)
7. Philip Mahony (Ballygunner)
8. Jamie Barron (Fourmilewater)
23. Mikey Kearney (Ballyduff Upper)
10. Kevin Moran (De La Salle) – Captain
11. Shane Bennett (Ballysaggart)
12. Michael Walsh (Stradbally)
13. Patrick Curran (Dungarvan)
14. Jake Dillon (De La Salle)
15. Colin Dunford (Colligan)



Tipperary SH Update Ahead of Waterford game

Following the short break in the league the Tipperary Senior Hurling panel are now looking forward to the Allianz League Round 3 fixture against Waterford in Semple Stadium on Sunday next, March 6th at 3pm. Waterford, currently top of the table on maximum points with 2 wins out of 2, are going to provide an excellent challenge for Tipperary against the current League holders.

After a busy schedule for our players, competing in the Fitzgibbon Cup competition last weekend and their own normal training schedule, Tipperary management have injury concerns which will impact on the availability of the following players; Jason Forde picked up a hamstring injury playing for UL last weekend while James Barry has picked up a foot injury and are both ruled out for this weekend.

These setbacks, however, are offset by having Seamus Callanan and Kieran Bergin available for selection once again which the Tipperary management are pleased with.


Press Release from Tipperary GAA

Due to the impending adverse weather forecast Semple Stadium management committee have decided in advance, rather than leaving it to the last minute, that the Semple Stadium pitch would not be able to hold both fixtures on Sunday next as originally programmed.

As a result the Allianz Football League Roinn 3 fixture between Tipperary and Offaly has been moved to Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary Town with a 12.30pm throw in on Sunday next, March 6th.

The Allianz League Roinn 1A Senior Hurling fixture between Tipperary and Waterford will go ahead as planned in Semple Stadium but has been moved back to the later time of 3pm to facilitate patrons who may wish to attend both matches.

Both stands will be open in Semple Stadium and due to different price structure at both venues, as indicated patrons attending the football fixture in Tipperary Town who may wish to attend the hurling fixture also will receive a concessionary ticket to allow them pay a reduced admission price in Semple Stadium.

The Match day programme will be the same for both fixtures.

Is mise le meas,
Joe Bracken,
PRO Co. Board
pro.tipperary@gaa.ie

Allianz Football League Division 1 – Kerry 1-13 Donegal 1-8

Kerry defeated Donegal by 1-13 to 1-8 in the Allianz Football League Division 1 on Sunday March 6th at Austin Stack Park Tralee.



D1: Kerry see off Donegal in stormy encounter

ALLIANZ FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION I: KERRY 1-13 DONEGAL 1-8

By Chris McNulty in Tralee for GAA.ie

Kerry had the better of Donegal in a high-octane and highly-charged contest at Austin Stack Park that was ferocious at times, nasty at others. Alan Fitzgerald of Kerry and Donegal’s Leo McLoone were red carded in the first half on a day when Bryan Sheehan’s peerless free taking was key for the home side.

After Peter Crowley goaled for Kerry in the 45th minute, it looked like curtains for Donegal, only for a Michael Murphy goal to give Donegal some hope, but Rory Gallagher’s men slipped to their first League defeat of the campaign. Ten minutes into the second half, Kieran Donaghy off-loaded to Crowley, who surged away from the tackle of Odhrán Mac Niallais before burying his shot past Peter Boyle, the Donegal goalkeeper.

Just when the game seemed to have crept away from them, Donegal hit back as Murphy plucked Eoin McHugh’s sideline ball from the sky right in front of Kerry ‘keeper Brian Kelly. The Donegal captain turned and blasted high to the net and a comeback was possible, but Sheehan, Barry John Keane and Colm Cooper hit the points as Kerry scored their second win in a row.

These teams have had plenty of battles of late – and this one began in the trenches. Fitzgerald was red carded for Kerry in the seventh minute because of a clash with Neil McGee. The Donegal full-back required treatment and didn’t reappear until the second half with Fitzgerald given the marching orders for his part. McLoone followed him in the 27th minute when he clashed with Aidan O’Mahony, but by then the tempers had long since spilled over.

Shane Enright and Denis Daly were black carded within seconds of each other in the 24th minute and Eddie Kinsella, the referee, was at centre stage for much of a first half that saw 25 frees given as well as seven cards. Amid all that, there was a game going on. Five points from Bryan Sheehan, a ’45 and four frees that included one sweet effort from around 50 metres, had Kerry 0-7 to 0-3 in front.

Two Murphy frees had Donegal in touch at the 14th minute, but Sheehan’s free, in between two fisted points from Donnchadh Walsh, had Kerry holding a slender 0-3 to 0-2 advantage. Four from Sheehan, between the 19th and the 29th minutes, put Kerry in control, but Patrick McBrearty drilled over for Donegal, who saw late efforts from Rory Kavanagh and Hugh McFadden crash off the upright.

The pot was spilling onto the hob when Kinsella called for the ball at the interval as Rory Gallagher and Frank McGlynn let their feelings be known to the official. Donegal battled back to draw level as Murphy and Neil Gallagher – a half-time replacement – as well as two from McBrearty steadied the ship. Crowley and Murphy swapped goals, but it was the Kingdom who left toasting a win over Tir Chonaill, whose last win in Kerry was way back in 1988.

***

Scorers for Kerry: B Sheehan 0-8 (7f, 1 ’45), D Walsh 0-3, P Crowley 1-0, BJ Keane, C Cooper 0-1

Scorers for Donegal: M Murphy 1-4 (3f, 1 ’45), P McBrearty 0-3 (2f), N Gallagher 0-1

KERRY: B Kelly; M Ó Sé, M Griffin, S Enright; P Crowley, A O’Mahony, F Fitzgerald; K Donaghy, B Sheehan; D Daly, P Murpy, D Walsh; D O’Sullivan, A Fitzgerald, S O’Brien
Subs: P O’Connor for Enright (black card, 27), C Cooper for Daly (black card, 27), J Buckley for Donaghy (59), BJ Keane for O’Brien (59), B O’Sullivan for Crowley (68), A Walsh for O’Sullivan (70).

DONEGAL: Peter Boyle; E Doherty, N McGee, P McGrath; E Ban Gallagher, R McHugh, A Thompson; R Kavanagh, M Murphy; M O’Reilly, H McFadden, E McHugh; O Mac Niallais, P McBrearty, L McLoone
Subs: N Gallagher for McFadden (h/t), M McElhinney for Doherty (h/t), C Toye for Thompson (54).

Referee: E Kinsella (Laois)


Team News

The Kerry Senior Football Team to play Donegal in Round 4 of the Allianz League in Austin Stack Park Tralee on Sunday (2:30pm) shows three changes in personnel from the side that defeated Down on Sunday last.

Brian Kelly starts in goal in place of Brendan Kealy as Eamonn Fitzmaurice continues to rotate his goalkeepers, Peter Crowley, who was introduced as a substitute against Down, starts at right half back in place of Padraig O’Connor, while in the half forward line, St Mary’s player Denis Daly comes in for his League debut in place of his clubmate Aidan Walsh. Kieran Donaghy continues in midfield in place of the injured David Moran.

The substitutes list is notable for the return to the match day panel of Johnny Buckley, recovered from the injury that forced him off against Roscommon, and Jack Sherwood, who returns after a long injury absence. Tommy Walsh, Killian Young and Jonathan Lyne are nursing knocks and are not part of the match day panel.

The team, captained by Bryan Sheehan is as follows:
1. Brian Kelly Killarney Legion
2. Marc Ó Sé An Ghaeltacht
3. Mark Griffin St Michaels/Foilmore
4. Shane Enright Tarbert
5. Peter Crowley Laune Rangers
6. Aidan O’Mahony Rathmore
7. Fionn Fitzgerald Dr Crokes
8. Kieran Donaghy Austin Stacks
9. Bryan Sheehan (C) St Marys
10. Denis Daly St Marys
11. Paul Murphy Rathmore
12. Donnchadh Walsh Cromane
13. Darran O’Sullivan Glenbeigh-Glencar
14. Alan Fitzgerald Castlegregory
15. Stephen O’Brien Kenmare
Fir Ionaid:
16. Brendan Kealy Kilcummin
17. Padraig O’Connor Killarney Legion
18. Aidan Walsh St Marys
19. Colm Cooper Dr Crokes
20. Barry John Keane Kerins O’Rahillys
21. Pa Kilkenny Glenbeigh/Glencar
22. Brendan O’Sullivan Valentia
23. Johnny Buckley Dr Crokes
24. Jack Sherwood Firies
25. Philip O’Connor Cordal
26. Conor Cox Listowel Emmets


Match Coverage

This game will be shown live on TG4