Corn Ui Mhuiri Football Semi-Final – St Brendans Killarney 2-17 St Flannans 1-11

St Brendans Killarney defeated St Flannans by 2-17 to 1-11 in the Corn Ui Mhuiri Football Semi-Final on Saturday February 4th on Saturday February 4th in Mick Neville Park Rathkeale.


Injuries are the biggest threat to St Brendan’s title defence

Report from the Irish Examiner newspaper

Munster Post Primary SAFC semi-final – St Brendan’s, Killarney 2-17 St Flannan’s, Ennis 1-11: Closing in on full-time, the focus of the St Brendan’s management had switched from the scoreboard to the growing number of casualties building on the sideline.

With a second successive Corn Uí Mhuirí final appearance locked down, thoughts turned to the February 25 decider and who may be in danger of missing out.

The Killarney outfit already had a crowded sick bay arriving into Rathkeale on Saturday. Returning home after a relatively comfortable nine-point semi-final win, the list had lengthened.

Michael Potts, wing-back on last year’s all-conquering Kerry minor team, was one of three regular starters missing from action on Saturday after sustaining a concussion during a challenge last week.

He was joined on the line by another member of last year’s Kerry minor squad, Cian Callaghan (knee). Jack Griffin had his tonsils removed last Monday and so was also unavailable.

Centre-back Cian Gammell carried a slight groin strain into the game and would have been rested were it not for the fact that the other two members of the half-back line, Potts and Griffin, were already ruled out.

Gammell put in a fine shift, but did have to be removed late on. Michéal Devlin, meanwhile, picked up a knock in the first period which also forced him off.

“Last year, we were blessed in that we went through the entire campaign without an injury,” remarked winning manager Gary McGrath.

“We were down three today and lost two more during the game. We are certainly getting our belly-full of it this year. Cian (Gammell) is probably our biggest worry at the moment and we will just have to wait and see. A lot of these lads are going two and a half years without a break between the Kerry minors, their club and the school. There are a lot of fellas with niggles and fellas are sick. We came in without three Kerry minors and it says something about the strength of our panel that we were able to come through without them.”

This pair clashed at this juncture last year, with the Killarney outfit romping to a 15-point win.

This latest meeting, however, wasn’t as straightforward and although Dara Moynihan started and finished a 12th-minute goal to send St Brendan’s 1-4 to 0-2 clear, it was immediately cancelled out by the Ennis outfit.

Eoghan Thynne saw his initial effort well saved by keeper Robert Osborne, but from the ensuing kick-out, St Flannan’s worked possession back into the opposition danger area and while Osborne repelled Sean Kennedy’s drive, he could do nothing about Darragh Duggan’s well-placed shot.

Ian Molloy split the posts in the subsequent action to make it a one-point ball game, 1-4 to 1-3. The response from the 2016 Hogan Cup champions, though, was clinical, as five points were reeled off without reply.

Two of those came from David Shaw who had missed their quarter-final as he attended an AFL Academy camp in Florida. He finished with six here, all from play. The gap was five at the break, 1-9 to 1-4, and was never closer than that in the second period.

Shaw added to his tally while centre-forward Donnachadh O’Sullivan landed three from play and one from the dead ball. Sub Barry Keane bagged their second goal two minutes from time after Mark Hartnett’s shot had come down off the post.

Scorers for St Brendan’s: D O’Sullivan (0-7, 0-3 frees); D Shaw (0-6); B Keane (1-1); D Moynihan (1-0); M O’Shea, B Courtney (0-1 free), C Flynn (0-1 each).

Scorers for St Flannan’s: D Duggan (1-5, 0-5 frees); C Donnelly, E Thynne (0-2 each); I Molloy, G Cooney (0-1 each).

ST BRENDAN’S: R Osborne (Legion); L McMonagle (Dr Crokes), C O’Donoghue (Glenflesk), S O’Leary (Kilcummin); N Donoghue (Firies), C Gammell (Legion), E Cosgrave (Firies); B Courtney (Dr Crokes), D Shaw (Dr Crokes); D Moynihan (Spa), D O’Sullivan (Firies), M Devlin (Legion); N McCarthy (Spa), M O’Shea (Dr Crokes), C Flynn (Firies)
Subs: M Hartnett (Dr Crokes) for McCarthy (24 mins); B Keane (Listry) for Devlin (30, inj); O O’Donoghue (Glenflesk) for Gammell (52, inj); B Slattery (Legion) for O’Donoghue (54, bc).

ST FLANNAN’S: T O’Brien (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield); M Collins (Éire Óg Ennis), P Casey (Clondegad), D O’Shea (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield); I Ugwueru (Éire Óg Ennis), R Hayes (Crusheen), C McNeilis (Clondegad); T Hannan (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield), I Molloy (Banner); C Donnelly (Clarecastle), G Cahill (Corofin), S Kennedy (Kilmaley); G Cooney (Éire Óg Ennis), D Duggan (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield), E Thynne (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield).
Subs: C Brannock (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield) for Kennedy (46 mins); Kennedy for McNeilis (52); R Collins (Banner) for Thynne (56).

Referee: M Maher (Cork).


Kerry minor Shaw stars as Brendan’s book place in Corn Uí Mhuirí decider

St Brendan’s Killarney 2-17 St Flannan’s College Ennis 1-11

Report from the42.ie

HOLDERS ST BRENDAN’S Killarney continued their quest for back-to-back Corn Uí Mhuirí titles as they booked their place in this year’s decider. Goals from Dara Moynihan and substitute Barry Keane saw them ease to a nine-point win over St Flannan’s in Rathkeale.

With the wind at their backs in the first half, Brendan’s opened up a five-point lead, Flannan’s full-forward Darragh Duggan cancelling out Moynihan’s early goal to leave it 1-9 to 1-5 at the break.

Kerry minor David Shaw, who missed Brendan’s last game while at AFL academy trials in Florida, was in majestic form and kicked six points from midfield. Four unanswered points in that third quarter effectively settled the game as a contest, and although Flannan’s did cut the gap to six again late on, Keane’s goal put the result beyond any doubt.

St Brendan’s Killarney

1. Robert Osborne (Killarney Legion)
2. Lorcan McMonagle (Dr Crokes)
3. Chris O’Donoghue (Glenflesk)
4. Sean O’Leary (Kilcummin)
5. Niall Donoghue (Firies)
6. Cian Gammell (Killarney Legion)
7. Evan Cosgrave (Firies)
8. Billy Courtney (Dr Crokes)
9. David Shaw (Dr Crokes)
10. Dara Moynihan (Spa)
11. Donnchadh O’Sullivan (Firies)
12. Micheál Devlin (Killarney Legion)
13. Niall McCarthy (Spa)
14. Mark O’Shea (Dr Crokes)
15. Ciaran Flynn (Firies)

St Flannan’s College Ennis

1. Tom O’Brien (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield)
2. Mark Collins (Éire Óg Ennis)
3. Peter Casey (Clondegad)
4. Darragh O’Shea (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield)
5. Ikem Ugwueru (Éire Óg Ennis)
6. Ross Hayes (Crusheen)
7. Colin McNeilis (Clondegad)
8. Tom Hannan (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield)
9. Ian Molloy (Banner)
10. Sean Kennedy (Kilmaley)
11. Gearoid Cahill (Corofin)
12. Cian Donnelly (Clarecastle)
13. Gavin Cooney (Éire Óg Ennis)
14. Darragh Duggan (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield)
15. Eoghan Thynne (St Joseph’s Doora Barefield)

Referee: Mark Maher (Cork)


When – Saturday February 4th at 12 noon
Where – Mick Neville Park Rathkeale
Referee – Mark Maher (Cork)
Next Round – The winners will play the winners of Col Chriost Rí and Tralee CBS in the Final on Saturday February 25th.


Admission Prices
Adults – €5
Students / OAP’s – €3


Results to Date

St Brendans
Quarter-Final – St Brendans 2-18 PS Chorcha Dhuibhne 0-9
Group C Round 1 – St Brendans Killarney 2-23 I.S. Killorglin 1-7
Group C Round 2 – St Brendans Killarney 1-15 De La Salle College Macroom 1-8
Group C Round 3 – St Brendans Killarney 2-24 Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon 0-8

St Flannans
Quarter-Final – St Flannan’s 4-9 Mercy Mounthawk 2-12
Group D Round 1 – St Flannans 1-8 St. Fachtnas Skibbereen 0-10
Group D Round 2 – P.S Rathmore 3-11 St Flannans 1-14
Group D Round 3 – St Flannans 0-9 P.S Chorcha Dhuibhne 0-5


Match Preview
St. Brendans have been very impressive in the Corn Ui Mhuiri to date as they look to defend their title. Wins over I.S. Killorglin, De La Salle College Macroom and Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon by a combined 48 points in the group stages was very impressive. PS Chorcha Dhuibhne were their Quarter-Final opponents and while the game was close in the opening half, St. Brendans had too much for the Dingle side, winning by 15 points in the finish. Six of last year’s starting line-up are available for selection this season and they have looked a formidable outfit in this year’s competition to date.

St. Flannans (three time winners – last time in 1995) reached last year’s Semi-final before bowing out to St. Brendans so will hope for a reversal of fortune on this occasion. This season, St. Flannans took part in Group D, the most competitive of the four groups saw St. Flannans record a first round one point win over St. Fachtnas Skibbereen before losing narrowly to P.S Rathmore by 3-11 to 1-14 in round two. St. Flannans needed to win their last game versus P.S Chorcha Dhuibhne which they duly achieved, winning a low scoring game by 0-9 to 0-5 to qualify for the Quarter-Finals as group winners. In the Quarter-Finals, three goals in the opening ten minutes saw the Clare school race in to a nine point lead and another goal before half-time had them in control at the interval. Mercy Mounthawk dominated the second half, outscoring their Clare opponents by 1-4 to 0-2 but it wasn’t enough to deny St. Flannans a place in the semi-finals by a margin of 3 points.

Mark Maher is in charge of this game with a 12 noon throw-in on Saturday at Mick Neville Park Rathkeale.

Corn Ui Mhuiri Football Semi-Final – Colaiste Chriost Ri 1-18 Tralee CBS 1-18

Colaiste Chriost Ri and Tralee CBS finished level after extra time (1-18 to 1-18) in the Corn Ui Mhuiri Football Semi-Final on Saturday February 4th at Mallow. The Replay details will be confirmed on Monday.


Tralee CBS and Coláiste Críost Rí must do it all again

Report by Denis Hurley for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Coláiste Chríost Rí 1-18 Tralee CBS 1-18 (AET): Coláiste Chríost Rí had to score the final four points at Mallow on Saturday to send this Corn Uí Mhuirí semi-final tie to a replay, but it was difficult to argue against a draw being the fair outcome.

In the opening 60 minutes, both Críost Rí and Tralee CBS had comebacks from five points down. The Cork city school had to equalise at the end of normal time and extra- time, with joint-manager Paul Kerrigan paying tribute to his side.

“Our lads are going in with a smile,” he said. “It’s a pity it had to take going down by a couple of points — twice — to drive on and play like we did in the first half, but we’ll take the replay, it’ll stand to us. If there had been another kick-out at the end of normal time or extra-time, we might have won it.”

Críost Rí went in at the break leading by 0-8 to 0-5 after a strong finish to the half, and they seemed set to push on when Mark Cronin and Mark Brosnan extended that lead on the resumption.

Instead, Tralee drew level before surging clear. Tom Hoare and Gearóid Fitzgerald were central as Tralee ate into the Críost Rí lead and sub Jason Mortimer put them 0-11 to 0-10 ahead in the 44th minute. While a good Cronin free levelled, Fitzgerald pushed Tralee ahead before wing-back Michael Scanlon netted, his initial shot having been saved by Darragh Moran.

Hoare made it 1-13 to 0-11 with five minutes left as Críost Rí wasted chances, but Darragh Kelly’s goal brought them back into the tie and Ronan Dalton and Cronin sent the game to extra time.

Tralee led by two at the turnaround and then Tomás O’Connor made it 1-18 to 1-14 with a pair of points.

Críost Rí wouldn’t wilt, and three Cillian Myers-Murray points, and one from Cronin, tied the game.

“We had a few chances that we could have taken,” said Tralee manager Mike Tim O’Sullivan. “When you draw after being five points up, that is disappointing, but a draw was a fair result. It was a great game and both teams will be looking forward to going again. One thing this year is that we never panic. We know there are going to be periods when teams dominate and we’ve learned to ride that out. We’ve faith in our fellas and we trusted they were going to claw it back, but Críost Rí were the same.”

Scorers for Coláiste Chríost Rí: M Cronin (0-6, 4 frees), C Myers Murray (0-5, 3 frees), D Kelly (1-1), M Brosnan (0-3), R Dalton (0-2), D Lucey (0-1).

Scorers for Tralee CBS: M Kelliher (0-6, 3 frees), G Fitzgerald (0-4), M Scanlon (1-1), T Hoare (0-3), T O’Connor (0-2), J Walsh, J Mortimer (0-1 each).

COLÁISTE CHRÍOST RÍ: D Moran (St Finbarr’s); A McGowan (Nemo Rangers), B Cripps (Nemo Rangers), J Corcoran (Nemo Rangers); M Hitchmough (Shamrocks), P Cummins (St Michael’s), D Kelly (Douglas); J Ryan (Sliabh Rua), K Forde (Nemo Rangers); J Coughlan (Nemo Rangers), D Lucey (Mayfield), Jack O’Brien (St Finbarr’s); M Cronin (Nemo Rangers), M Brosnan (Carrigaline), C Myers Murray (St Finbarr’s)
Subs: Jack O’Brien (Nemo) for Cummins (36), R Dalton (Nemo) for Coughlan (38), E Varian (St Finbarr’s) for Jack O’Brien (St Finbarr’s) (69).

TRALEE CBS: S Foley (Kerins O’Rahillys); J Myres (John Mitchels), T Lynch (St Pat’s, Blennerville), B Patterson (Austin Stacks); J Walsh (Knocknagoshel), K Dwyer (St Pat’s, Blennerville), M Scanlon (Castlegregory); J O’Connor (Austin Stacks), T O’Connor (Ballymacelligott); S Donnellan (Churchill), T Hoare (Kerins O’Rahillys), D Fitzmaurice (Austin Stacks); E Greaney (St Pat’s, Blennerville), G Fitzgerald (Austin Stacks), M Kelliher (John Mitchels).
Subs: J Mortimer (Churchill) for Greaney (38), N O’Mahoney (Na Gaeil) for Donnellan (39), Donnellan for Fitzmaurice (37), A Roche (Kerins O’Rahillys) for Scanlon (62), S Hamilton for Myres (75).

Referee: R Moloney (Limerick)


Coláiste Chríost Rí and Tralee CBS must go again after thriller ends in a draw

Coláiste Chríost Rí (Cork) 1-18 Tralee CBS (Kerry) 1-18 (aet)

Report from the42.ie

ST BRENDAN’S COLLEGE of Killarney must wait to discover their Corn Uí Mhuirí final opponents after 80 minutes couldn’t separate Coláiste Chríost Rí and Tralee CBS in Mallow on Saturday.

Four points in the final six minutes of extra time, three by Cillian Myers Murray and one from Mark Brosnan, earned Críost Rí the replay after it looked as if Tralee had moved into an unassailable lead. The fightback was in keeping with the overall flow of the game, though, as a five-point Críost Rí lead early in the second half was wiped out, Michael Kelliher central for Tralee.

Michael Scanlon’s goal helped the Kerry school to lead by 1-13 to 0-11 with five minutes left, but Darragh Kelly found the net for Críost Rí before Ronan Dalton and Mark Cronin levelled by the 60-minute mark.

A largely even first half saw Críost Rí lead by 0-3 to 0-1 before Tralee responded with three points in a row, Gearóid Fitzgerald getting two of them, but the final ten minutes belonged to Críost Rí. Kelly, Daniel Lucey and huge Mark Cronin free left it 0-8 to 0-5 at half-time before Cronin and Brosnan extended the advantage on the resumption. Tralee refused to wilt though and both sides will welcome the second chance.

Scorers for Coláiste Chríost Rí: Mark Cronin 0-6 (0-4 frees), Cillian Myers Murray 0-5 (0-3 frees), Darragh Kelly 1-1, Mark Brosnan 0-3, Ronan Dalton 0-2, Daniel Lucey 0-1.

Scorers for Tralee CBS: Michael Kelliher 0-6 (0-3 frees), Gearóid Fitzgerald 0-4, Michael Scanlon 1-1, Tom Hoare 0-3, Tomás O’Connor 0-2, John Walsh, Jason Mortimer 0-1.

COLÁISTE CHRÍOST RÍ

1. Darragh Moran (St Finbarr’s)
2. Andrew McGowan (Nemo Rangers)
3. Barry Cripps (Nemo Rangers)
4. John Corcoran (Nemo Rangers)
5. Mark Hitchmough (Shamrocks)
6. Peter Cummins (St Michael’s)
7. Darragh Kelly (Douglas)
8. Jack Ryan (Sliabh Rua)
9. Kyle Forde (Nemo Rangers)
10. Joe Coughlan (Nemo Rangers)
13. Daniel Lucey (Mayfield)
12. Jack O’Brien (St Finbarr’s)
11. Mark Cronin (Nemo Rangers)
14. Mark Brosnan (Carrigaline)
15. Cillian Myers Murray (St Finbarr’s)
Subs:
18. Jack O’Brien (Nemo Rangers) for Cummins (36)
17. Ronan Dalton (Nemo Rangers) for Coughlan (38)
24. Ethan Varian (St Finbarr’s) for Jack O’Brien (St Finbarr’s) 69)

TRALEE CBS

1. Shane Foley (Kerins O’Rahillys)
4. Jack Myres (John Mitchels)
3. Tommy Lynch (St Pat’s, Blennerville)
2. Brandon Patteron (Austin Stacks)
5. John Walsh (Knocknagoshel)
6. Kieran Dwyer (St Pat’s, Blennerville)
7. Michael Scanlon (Castlegregory)
8. Joe O’Connor (Austin Stacks)
9. Tomás O’Connor (Ballymacelligott)
10. Seán Donnellan (Churchill)
11. Tom Hoare (Kerins O’Rahillys)
12. David Fitzmaurice (Austin Stacks)
13. Eoin Greaney (St Pat’s, Blennerville)
14. Gearóid Fitzgerald (Austin Stacks)
15. Michael Kelliher (John Mitchels)
Subs:
17. Jason Mortimer (Churchill) for Greaney (38)
22. Niall O’Mahoney (Na Gaeil) for Donnellan (39)
10. Donnellan for Fitzmaurice (37)
19. Aaron Roche (Kerins O’Rahillys) for Scanlon (62)
23. Seán Hamilton for Myres (75)

Referee: Richard Moloney (Limerick)


When – Saturday February 4th at 1pm
Where – Mallow
Referee – Richard Moloney (Limerick)
Next Round – The winners will play the winners of St. Brendans Killarney and St. Flannans Ennis in the Final on Saturday February 25th.


Admission Prices
Adults – €5
Students / OAP’s – €3


Results to Date
Col Chriost Rí
Quarter-Final – Colaiste Chriost Rí 0-8 St Francis College Rochestown 0-6
Group B Round 1 – Colaiste Chriost Ri 0-22 Clonakilty Community College 1-4
Group B Round 2 – Colaiste Chriost Ri 3-12 Mercy Mounthawk 0-10
Group B Round 3 – Colaiste Chriost Ri 2-9 Clonmel High School 0-6

Tralee CBS
Quarter-Final – Tralee CBS 2-10 IS Killorglin 1-10
Group A Round 1 – Tralee CBS 1-15 Coláiste na Sceilge 0-11
Group A Round 2 – St. Francis College Rochestown 3-10 Tralee CBS 1-16
Group A Round 3 – Tralee CBS 1-10 Coláiste Choilm Ballincollig 0-4


Match Preview
Colaiste Chriost Rí and Tralee CBS will do battle on Saturday for a place in the Corn Ui Mhuiri final in 3 weeks time.

Colaiste Chriost Rí are 15 times winners of this competition, the last success coming in 2011. In the group stages, the Cork school accounted for Clonakilty Community College, Mercy Mounthawk and Clonmel High School by an aggregate 35 points having failed to progress from the Group stages in the previous two seasons. The Quarter-Final versus local rivals St Francis College Rochestown was a different story altogether as very little separated the teams in a low scoring contest. Mark Cronin was top scorer for Chriost Rí with three points as they earned a 0-8 to 0-6 victory. With nine of last season’s Frewen Cup (U16.5 A Football) winning side involved, Colaiste Chriost Rí are a young side with a winning mentality as they look to qualify for their first Corn Ui Mhuiri Final in six years.

Tralee CBS also played St. Francis College Rochestown, which ended in a draw in the group stages. Victories over Coláiste na Sceilge and Coláiste Choilm Ballincollig in the other group matches saw the Tralee side through to a Quarter-Final meeting with IS Killorglin. Tralee trailed by four points with 20 minutes remaining in that Quarter-Final but a strong final quarter saw them outscore Killorglin by 1-5 to 0-1, the goal coming courtesy of substitute Jason Mortimer, to secure their place in the semi-finals. A number of the current Tralee CBS side finished as runners-up to St. Brendans Killarney in the 2014/2015 Frewen Cup. Kerry Minor Kieran Dwyer at centre-back and Dual Kerry Minor All-Ireland winner Tomás O’Connor at midfield will lead the Tralee CBS charge for a place in the semi-finals. Tralee CBS last qualified for the Corn Ui Mhuri finals in 2007 and 2008, both against St. Brendans with one win (2007) and one defeat (2008). A victory against Colaiste Chriost Rí could set up another meeting with their Killarney rivals.

Richard Moloney is the referee for this one with a 1pm throw-in at Mallow.

AIB All-Ireland Club Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final – Ballyea (Clare) 1-19 St. Thomas’ (Galway) 2-14

Ballyea (Clare) defeated St. Thomas’ (Galway) by 1-19 to 2-14 in the AIB All-Ireland Club Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final on Saturday February 4th at Semple Stadium Thurles.




Ballyea claim All-Ireland final place despite St Thomas comeback

BALLYEA (Clare) 1-19 ST THOMAS’ (Galway) 2-14

Report By Michael Moynihan for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Victory went to Ballyea in this dramatic All-Ireland club semi-final in a chilly Semple Stadium, the 4,206 in attendance seeing a masterclass from the Clare champions before St Thomas’ produced a stirring comeback. Thirteen points down in the second half, the Galway men were only seen off by a Tony Kelly point in the last minute of injury time.

Spectators saw Ballyea attack the town end in the first half but both sides took time to settle before two Niall Deasy frees got the Clare men on the scoreboard.

The Munster champions were sharper and more accurate, leading 0-6 to 0-2 thanks partly to two fine Gearoid O’Connell points and partly to Tony Kelly’s driving play around the middle.

Ballyea dominated the opening half – more Deasy points made it 0-9 to 0-2 with five minutes to the break, while the Galway men hit three wides in a row before Darragh Burke pointed a late 65.

However, there was time for Deasy to hit another free before the break, his seventh score of the half, making it 0-10 to 0-3 at the half.

The teams exchanged points on the resumption – a Darragh Burke free answered with a Tony Kelly point on the run. St Thomas’ were more competitive but Ballyea were slicker and kept them at bay.

Sean Skehill almost found the Ballyea net with a ground shot but St Thomas’ were already nine down when Deasy tore in from the right to goal from close range on 40 minutes: 1-14 to 0-5.

Conor Cooney found the net with a close-in free and then an improbable seven points in a row made it interesting. As time ticked away St Thomas’ sub Anthony Kelly’s late goal cut the difference to the minimum, but up popped his namesake on the Clare side to make it safe.

Scorers for Ballyea: N. Deasy (1-11, 0-8 frees); T. Kelly (0-3); G. O’Connell, PJ Connolly (0-2 each); C. Doohan (0-1).

Scores for St. Thomas: Darragh Burke (0-8, 0-2 65s, 0-5 frees); C. Cooney (free), A. Kelly (1-0 each); K. Burke (0-2); E. Burke, S. Cooney, J. Regan, D. Cooney (0-1 each).

BALLYEA: K. Sheehan, J. Neylon, J. Browne, B. Carrig, G. O’Connell, P. Flanagan, J. Murphy, T. Kelly, S. Lineen (c), N. Deasy, G. Brennan, C. Doohan, P.J. Connolly, D. Burke, P. Lillis
Subs: M. O’Leary for D. Burke (33)

ST THOMAS’: P. Skehill (c), F. Burke, C. Burke, E. Burke, D. Cooney, S. Cooney, J. Regan, David Burke, B. Burke, C. Cooney, Darragh Burke, D. Sherry, B. Farrell, S. Skehill, K. Burke
Subs: A. Kelly for Sherry (inj., 21); M. Caulfield for Farrell (44)

Referee: S. Cleere (Kilkenny)



Fixture Details

AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Semi-Final
Semple Stadium, Thurles 17:00
St Thomas (Gaillimh) v Ballyea (An Clár)
Referee: Sean Cleere (Cill Chainnigh)
(E.T. if Necessary)


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