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Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Final – Kerry 0-15 Tipperary 0-10
Kerry defeated Tipperary by 0-15 to 0-10 in the final of the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship on Sunday July 7th at Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney.
Tipperary’s three in-a-row minor football title bid comes undone in Killarney
Report from the Tipperary Star newspaper
Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Final
Tipperary 0-10 Kerry 0-15
Although Tipperary’s bid to win an historic third Munster minor final football title in-a-row at Fitzgerald Stadium in Killarney on Sunday afternoon came undone there is a sense that we have not seen the last of Charlie McKeever’s men. Indeed, this Tipperary team could have a huge say in the 2013 All-Ireland series. Ultimately Kerry were deserving winners of this provincial final, but there were several caveats to this result – most notably the dismissal of Josh Keane for two bookable offences late in the opening half. Ross Mulcahy, Liam Casey, Colin O’Riordan and second half substitute Stephen Quirke were all outstanding for Tipperary. A talented Tipperary forward unit, however, failed to make a significant impression on a hard-working and well-populated Kerry defence.
In a frantic opening minute Tipperary’s Colin O’Riordan was fouled twice in quick succession and Josh Keane was presented with an opportunity to give his side the lead from a placed ball. Jack Savage responded with a free for Kerry, but Tipperary had settled well and franked their dominance in the middle of the field when Colin O’Riordan kicked a fine point from forty-five yards in the third minute. Two minutes later Kerry were level thanks to a fine Shane O’Connor effort while Jack Savage (free) forced the home side into the lead in the seventh minute.
Tipperary responded with three wides while points from Jack Savage (free) and Killian Spillane handed Kerry a three-point advantage in the 15th minute (0-2 to 0-5). With Kerry funnelling huge numbers back into their defence Tipperary were forced to shoot from distance and Liam Casey landed a mighty effort in the 17th minute. Casey was on hand a minute later to accept a clever pass from Colin O’Riordan and the Cahir man struck once more from distance to leave one between them (0-4 to 0-5).
A Jack Savage free settled Kerry down once more before superb points from Michéal Burns and Conor Keane left the Kingdom nursing a 0-8 to 0-4 lead by the 22nd minute. All the Kerry full-forward line had now registered scores. Unfortunately only Alan Tynan could manage the same feat for Tipperary during the course of the entire game. Significantly Tipperary’s Josh Keane picked up a harsh caution in the 23rd minute and seven minutes later Keane mistimed a challenge on Mathew Flaherty and was sent off for a second bookable offence. Given the sporting nature of the contest it was bizarre to see the defending champions reduced to fourteen men. Indeed, it is incredible to note that this provincial final featured forty frees in all (Tipperary twenty-one, Kerry nineteen).
Tipperary desperately required a score prior to the half-time break and found it when Colin O’Riordan landed a fine effort from distance – half-time: Tipperary 0-5 Kerry 0-8. No Tipperary forward had managed a point from play in the opening half and the management elected to take remedial action by introducing both Pádraig Louram and Stephen Quirke at the break. Quirke made a significant impression at centre-forward thereafter. Indeed, in the 31st and 32nd minutes Quirke sparked the moves which ultimately drew fouls from the Kerry defence and Alan Tynan gladly converted to leave one between the sides.
A minute later Quirke was on the ball once more. This time a driving run from the Moyle Rovers man culminated when Liam Casey landed his third point from play (0-8 apiece). Since the dismissal of Josh Keane Tipperary had fired an encouraging four points without reply, but Jack Savage soothed the nerves of the home support with converted frees in the 35th, 41st and 43rd minutes. Kerry now led by three (0-11 to 0-8). Tipperary were certainly piecing together good moves, but struggled to finish. Indeed, Tipperary would conclude the game with eight wides (Kerry two). Nevertheless the Premier worked tirelessly and were rewarded with an Alan Tynan point in the 45th minute. That effort represented the sole score from play for the forward unit during the entire course of the game.
Jack Savage and Colin O’Riordan then traded frees and we entered the final ten minutes with just two points between the teams (0-10 to 0-12). Tipperary coughed up three vital scores in the 52nd, 55th and 56th minutes – Conor Keane landed the first, Jack Savage (free) the second and Jack Savage the third. And, suddenly there were five between them with time fast running out. An exhausted Tipperary desperately tried to respond and in the 61st minute Colin O’Riordan won a terrific ball at full-forward, but Kerry ‘keeper Shane Ryan denied the JK Bracken’s man with a fine save. Corner-back Pádraig Ó Conchúir fouled the ball in his attempt to clear and Tipperary were presented with a penalty. Tipperary goalkeeper Jack Brady took responsibility for the effort, but was denied when Shane Ryan got down well to his left to make a fine save.
Tipperary: Jack Brady (Ballina), Willie Connors (Kildangan), Jimmy Feehan (Killenaule), Danny Owens (Moyle Rovers), Kevin Fahey (Clonmel Commercials), Ross Mulcahy (Moyle Rovers), Luke Boland (Moyle Rovers), Liam Casey (Cahir, 0-3), Colin O’Riordan (JK Bracken’s, captain, 0-3, 0-1 free), Paul Shanahan (Upperchurch-Drombane), Josh Keane (Golden-Kilfeacle, 0-1, 0-1 free), Ciarán Lowry (Arravale Rovers), Alan Tynan (Inane Rovers, 0-3, 0-2 frees), Tom Kirwan (Ardfinnan), Paul Maher (Kilsheelan).
Subs: (HT) Pádraig Louram (Clonmel Commericals) for Paul Shanahan, (HT) Stephen Quirke (Moyle Rovers) for Luke Boland, (42nd) Pádraig White (Clonmel Commercials) for Tom Kirwan, (55th) Michael Connolly (Clonmel Commericals) for Kevin Fahey, (58th) Tommy Nolan (Drom & Inch) for Danny Owens.
Kerry: Shane Ryan, Fionán Clifford, Cathal Ó Lúing, Pádraig Ó Conchúir, Mathew Flaherty, David Foran, Robert Wharton, Greg Horan, Conor Jordan, Michéal Burns (0-1), Jack Savage (0-10, 0-8 frees), Kevin Shanahan, Conor Keane (0-2), Shane O’Connor (0-1), Killian Spillane (0-1).
Subs: (23rd) Éanna Ó Conchúir for Kevin Shanahan, (HT) Brian Sugrue for Mathew Flaherty, (53rd) Tomás Ó Sé for Shane O’Connor, (60th) Tony Brosnan for Éanna Ó Conchúir.
Referee: James Bermingham (Cork)
When – Sunday July 7th at 12:00pm
Where – Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney
Referee – James Bermingham (Cork)
Standby Referee – Kevin Murphy (Cork)
Linesman – Brendan Stack (Limerick)
Sideline Official – Jason Mullins (Limerick)
Umpires – Ray Hegarty, Brendan O’Driscoll, Paddy Bermingham and Michael Keating (Cork)
Next Round – the winners play the Ulster runners-up while the losers play the Ulster champions, both games are All-Ireland Quarter-Finals to be played between August 3rd to August 5th.
PRO Contact Details
Kerry PRO John O’Leary – firstname.lastname@example.org and 086-302 6041
Tipperary PRO Ger Ryan – email@example.com and 086-8149146
Contact Munster GAA PRO Ed Donnelly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
The Tipperary team to play Kerry in Sunday’s Munster Minor Football Final will be unchanged from the side which defeated Cork in the semi-final.
TIPPERARY (MF v Kerry) – Jack Brady (Ballina); Danny Owens (Moyle Rovers), Jimmy Feehan (Killenaule), Willie Connors (Kildangan); Luke Boland (Moyle Rovers), Ross Mulcahy (Moyle Rovers), Kevin Fahey (Clonmel Commercials); Liam Casey (Cahir), Colin O’Riordan (JK Brackens – Captain); Paul Shanahan (Upperchurch Drombane), Josh Keane (Golden Kilfeacle), Ciaran Lowry (Arravale Rovers); Alan Tynan (Inane Rovers), Tom Kirwan (Ardfinnan), Paul Maher (Kilsheelan)
The Kerry Team to play Tipperary in the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Final on Sunday shows 4 changes in personnel from the side that defeated Waterford in the semi final. Robert Wharton, Conor Jordan, Kevin Shanahan and Shane O’Connor come into the team in place of Brian Sugrue, Kieran Murphy, Cian O’Connor and Éanna Ó Conchúir.
The team is as follows:
1.Shane Ryan Rathmore
2.Fionan Clifford Waterville
3.Cathal Ó Luing An Ghaeltacht
4.Pádraig Ó Conchúir Daingean Uí Chúis
5.Matthew Flaherty Daingean Uí Chúis
6.David Foran St Senans
7.Robert Wharton Renard
8.Greg Horan Austin Stacks
9.Conor Jordan Austin Stacks
10.Michéal Burns Dr Crokes
11.Jack Savage Kerins O’Rahillys
12.Kevin Shanahan Ardfert (Capt)
13.Conor Keane Killarney Legion
14.Shane O’Connor John Mitchels
15.Killian Spillane Templenoe
16.Darragh O’Shea Ballydonoghue
17.Éanna Ó Conchúir An Ghaeltacht
18.Tomás Ó Sé An Ghaeltacht
19.Brian Sugrue Renard
20.Tony Brosnan Dr Crokes
21.Kieran Murphy Glenflesk
22.Tom O’Sullivan Daingean Uí Chúis
23.Cian O’Connor Castleisland Desmonds
24.Barry O’Sullivan Daingean Uí Chúis
Also on the Official Training Panel:
Conor O’Shea (St Marys),Cian Sayers (Kerins O’Rahillys),Seán T. Dillon(St Senans),Joe O’Kelly (Austin Stacks), Paudie Carroll (Ardfert), Liam Carey (Beaufort).
Bainsteoir:Mickey Ned O’Sullivan (Kenmare)
Selectors:John O’Keeffe (Austin Stacks), Peter Keane (St Marys)
•Kerry have already played 4 games in the competition, Draw and Replay (Defeated) against Cork, followed by defeats of Clare and Waterford.
•Only 10 of the side who drew with Cork in the opening game retain their places for the Final.
•Kerry have had 3 different captains in their games to date – Shane O’Connor V Cork (Draw), Kevin Shanahan V Cork Replay and Clare and Jack Savage V Waterford.
•Robert Wharton from the Renard Club did not feature in the panel heretofore
For the Record
|2013 Team Management||Mickey Ned O’Sullivan (Bainsteoir)
Selectors – Kevin Mulryan, Shane Stapleton and Paddy O’Flaherty
|2013 Team Captain||Kevin Shanahan (Ardfert)||Colin O’Riordan
|2012 Championship Performance||Lost to Tipperary in the first round before qualifying for the Munster Final with victories over Waterford, Limerick and Clare. Lost to Tipperary by 2-14 to 1-14 in the Munster Final. Defeated Roscommon by 1-9 to 0-11 in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final before losing to Dublin in the All-Ireland Semi-Final by 3-12 to 1-10||Defeated Kerry by 2-9 to 0-8 in the first round before defeating Cork by 1-10 to 0-9 in the Munster Semi-Final.
Defeated Kerry by 2-14 to 1-14 in the Munster Final at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.
Lost to Mayo by 0-19 to 1-8 in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final
|Number of Munster Minor Football titles||41||7|
|Last Munster Minor Football Title||2009||2012|
|Munster Minor Football Championship Record since 2000||Played – 54
Won – 40
Lost – 10
Drawn – 4
|Played – 52
Won – 26
Lost – 22
Drawn – 4
|Last meeting in the Munster Minor Football Championship||July 8th 2012 – Tipperary 2-14 Kerry 1-14
Munster Final at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick
Second half goals by Colman Kennedy and Tom Kirwan helped Tipperary recover from a 7 point deficit to retain their Munster title
MUNSTER GAA FOOTBALL MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP 2013
Friday April 19th
@ Pairc Ui Rinn Cork 2-13 Kerry 2-13
Saturday April 20th
@ Cusack Park Ennis Tipperary 1-10 Clare 0-8
@ Fraher Field Dungarvan Waterford 3-10 Limerick 3-9
First Round Replay
Friday April 26th
@ Austin Stack Park Tralee Cork 3-6 Kerry 0-10
Semi-Final Play-off 1
Saturday April 27th
@ Cusack Park Ennis Clare 1-12 Limerick 0-9
Semi-Final Play-off 2
Saturday May 4th
@ Austin Stack Park Tralee Kerry 0-15 Clare 0-9
Wednesday May 15th
@ Semple Stadium Thurles Tipperary 0-11 Cork 0-8
@ Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney Kerry 1-15 Waterford 2-6
Sunday July 7th
@ Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney Kerry v Tipperary @ 12:00 noon
Tipperary have gone 6 games without losing to Cork or Kerry in the last 3 years.
Cork, Kerry and Tipperary have won at least 1 match in the Munster Minor Football Championship every year since 2001.
Kerry have played 54 matches in the Munster Minor Football Championship since 2000, the most of any other counties in the province.
Tipperary are going for 3 Munster Minor Football titles in a row for the first time having won two in a row in 1934 / 1935 and 2011 / 2012.
Tipperary have won their last 8 games in the Munster Minor Football Championship and have won 11 of their last 12 matches over the last three seasons when you include the All-Ireland series.
Since 1956, Cork and Kerry have won every Munster Minor Football title with the exception of 1984, 1995, 2011 and 2012 when Tipperary were successful.
Munster Minor Football Championship Roll Of Honour
1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1970, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009.
1939, 1952, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2010
1934, 1935, 1955, 1984, 1995, 2011, 2012
1929, 1930, 1953
Munster Minor Football 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 in1929 – https://munster.gaa.ie/history/mf_teams/
Munster Minor Football Cup
The Tadhg Crowley Cup was presented by Munster Council in 1990 to commemorate late Munster Council Treasurer. Tadhg was elected as Munster Council Treasurer in 1968 and served until his death in December 1989. A teacher by profession, he also served as Kerry County Board Secretary from 1955 until 1970. Tadhg was recognized as a specialist in organizing and handling styles and gates at Munster Championship games.
All Ireland Minor Football Championship
In the Minor Football All Ireland Roll of Honour, Kerry top the charts with 11 titles while Cork are tied for second with Dublin with 10 titles. Clare won the first All-Ireland Minor Football title in 1929 while Tipperary’s two All-Ireland successes at this grade came in 1934 and 2011. Between them Munster counties have accounted for 24 All-Ireland Minor Football titles, ahead of Leinster and Ulster (20 titles each) and Connacht (17 titles).
Kerry were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1931, 1932, 1933, 1946, 1950, 1962, 1963, 1975, 1980, 1988, 1994
Cork were All-Ireland Minor Football Champions in 1961, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1974, 1981, 1991, 1993, 2000
2013 Munster Minor Football Championship Matches played
Cork 2-13 Kerry 2-13 – April 19th @ Pairc Ui Rinn (Munster Quarter-Final)
CORK: A Casey; M McSweeney, K Histon, N Hayes; K O’Neill, S Cronin, R O’Callaghan; P O’Neill, R Harkin; D O’Driscoll, K O’Connor, K Cremin; C O’Driscoll, M Cahalane, J Bushe
Subs: D Quinn for Hayes (21), A Moynihan for C O’Driscoll (26), S White for P O’Neill (44), R O’Sullivan for D O’Driscoll (47), T Horgan for Histon (50), P O’Brien for R Cahalane, C O’Driscoll for Moynihan (both start of extra time), M Prendergast for Horgan (63), D O’Driscoll for Bushe (69), Moynihan for Cremin (77).
KERRY: S Ryan; ST Dillon, C Ó Lúing, P Ó Conchúir; M Flaherty, G Horan, B Sugrue; É Ó Conchúir, B O’Sullivan; T Ó Sé, J Savage, D Foran; C Keane, S O’Connor, K Spillane
Subs: K Shanahan for O’Sullivan (half-time), C Jordan for O’Connor (49), F Clifford for Sugrue (55), C Murphy for É Ó Conchúir (56), É Ó Conchúir for Ó Sé (72), M Burns for Foran (77).
Referee: Alan Kissane (Waterford)
Waterford 3-10 Limerick 3-9 – April 20th @ Fraher Field Dungarvan (Munster Quarter-Final)
Waterford – C Brown; D Ryan, T Cooney, J Mullaney; B O’Keeffe, B Looby, J Barron; C Curran, T Devine; W Hahessy, M Casey, J Curry; M Troy, C Gleeson, P O’Connor
Subs: J Gleeson for Curry (h-t), K Daly for Casey (44), R Brown for Mullaney (55), C Murray for Troy (57).
Limerick – T Dwyer; S Mullins, J Murphy, D Cussen; S O’Dea, S Cahill, K Ryan; J Naughton, G Reidy; J English, C Sheehan, J Naughton; H Leahy, C O’Shea, J Breen
Subs: J O’Neill for Ryan (40), S Brosnan for Leahy (49), E Murphy for Cussen (49), K Daly for O’Shea (52).
Referee – Kevin Murphy (Cork)
Tipperary 1-10 Clare 0-8 – April 20th @ Cusack Park Ennis (Munster Quarter-Final)
Tipperary – J Brady; D Owens, J Feehan, W Connors; L Boland, R Mulcahy, K Fahey; M Russell, C O’Riordan; M Meagher, J Keane, L Casey; A Tynan, T Kirwan, P Maher
Subs: P Shanahan for Meagher inj.(26), E Maloney for Casey (38), M Connolly for Feehan (56), M O’Connor for Boland (58).
Clare – K Normoyle; F Pyne, J O’Dea, L Howard; K Malone, E Clancy, J Browne; E Hanrahan, D Walsh; J Downes, P O’Malley, C O hAinfein; E Courtney, C Galvin, B Keating
Subs: L Madigan for Galvin (h-t) J Woods for Malone (h-t), O Hanrahan for Browne (35), D Nagle for Clancy (51), C O’Dea for O’Malley (56).
Referee – B Stack (Limerick)
Cork 3-6 Kerry 0-10 – April 26th @ Austin Stack Park Tralee (Munster Quarter-Final Replay)
Cork: A Casey; M McSweeney, K Flahive, D Quinn; S White, S Cronin, K O’Neill; R Harkin, K O’Connor; J Bushe, C Kingston, R O’Sullivan; M Cahalane, A Moynihan, R O’Sullivan
Subs: D O’Driscoll for O’Sullivan, K Histon for Quinn (both 36), R Cahalane for Moynihan (43), P O’Brien for O’Neill (51), C O’Driscoll for Cahalane (60).
Kerry: S Ryan; ST Dillon, C Ó Lúing, P Ó Conchúir; M Flaherty, G Horan, B Sugrue; É Ó Conchúir, K Shanahan; T Ó Sé, J Savage, D Foran; C Keane, C Jordan, K Spillane
Subs: M Burns for Spillane, F Clifford for Dillon (half-time), P Carroll for Foran (50), S O’Connor for Ó Conchúir (54).
Referee: David Grogan (Tipperary)
Clare 1-12 Limerick 0-9 – April 28th @ Cusack Park Ennis (Munster Semi-Final Playoff 1)
Clare – K Normoyle; F Pyne, J O’Dea, D Nagle; J Browne, J Woods, K Malone; E Hanrahan, D Walsh; J Downes, P O’Malley, C O hAinifein; E Courtney, C Galvin, B Keating
Subs: L Madigan for O’Malley; C O’Dea for O hAinifein; A Davidson for Galvin; B Cahill for Browne; C Finnucane for Downes.
Limerick – T Dwyer; S Mullins, E Murphy, J Murphy; D Cussen, G Reidy, S O’Dea; K Fahy, S Cahill; J Naughton, J Breen, J English; B O’Connell, C Sheehan, H Leahy
Subs: G McCarthy for Leah; S Brosnan for English; J O’Neill for O’Dea; C O’Shea for Fahy; K Daly for Naughton.
Referee: Seamus Mulvihill (Kerry)
Kerry 0-15 Clare 0-9 – May 4th @ Austin Stack Park Tralee (Munster Semi-Final Playoff 2)
Kerry – S Ryan; B Sugrue, C O Luing, P O Conchuir; M Flattery, G Horan, F Clifford; K Shanahan, K Murphy; D Foran, J Savage, C Jordan; K Spillane, S O’Connor, C Keane
Subs: Tomas O Se for C Jordan ( 17), M Burns for D Foran ( 36), C O’Connor for K Shanahan ( 55), J Rice for T O Se (60), B O’Sullivan for K Murphy ( 60).
Clare – K Normoyle; D Nagle, J O Dea, F Pyne; J Browne, J Woods, K Malone; E Hanrahan, D Walsh; C O’Dea, P O’Malley, C O hAinifeain; E Courtney, B Keating, J Downes
Subs: L Madigan for J Downes (h-t), C Pyne for J Browne (40), C Galvin for C O’Dea (45), A Davidson for P O’Malley (48), C Finucane for E Courtney (54).
Referee: Brendan Stack (Limerick)
Kerry 1-15 Waterford 2-6 – May 15th @ Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney (Munster Semi-Final)
Kerry: S Ryan; B Sugrue, C Ó Lúing, F Clifford; M Flaherty, P Ó Conchúir, D Foran; K Murphy, C O’Connor; K Spillane, G Horan, M Burns; C Keane, É Ó Conchúir, J Savage
Subs: T O’Sullivan for Sugrue (half-time), B O’Sullivan for Murphy (49), T Brosnan for Savage (55).
Waterford: C Brown; D Ryan, T Cooney, J Mullaney; B O’Keeffe, B Looby, M Shine; C Curran, T Devine; J Curry, C Gleeson, W Hahessy; M Troy, K Daly, P O’Connor
Subs: J Allen for Daly (37), C Murray for Troy (43), M Casey for Hahessy (45-47, blood), Casey for Curry (59).
Referee: Kevin Murphy (Cork)
Tipperary 0-11 Cork 0-8 – May 15th @ Semple Stadium Thurles (Munster Semi-Final)
Tipperary: J Brady; D Owens, J Feehan, W Connors; K Fahey, R Mulcahy, L Boland; L Casey, C O’Riordan (c); P Shanahan, J Keane, C Lowry; A Tynan, T Kirwan, P Maher
Subs: S Quirke (Shanahan 47); M Connolly (Boland 56); M Russell (Casey 58).
Cork: A Casey; M McSweeney, K Flahive, D Quinn; S White, S Cronin (c), K O’Neill; K O’Connor, P Kelleher; J Bushe, R Harkin, K Cremin; R O’Sullivan, M Cahalane, M Hurley
Subs: A Moynihan (Cronin 30); P O’Neill (Kelleher 30); R Cahalane (O’Sullivan 37); D O’Driscoll (Harkin 41); C O’Driscoll (O’Neill 52).
Referee: Sean Joy (Kerry)
2013 Top Scorers – Munster Minor Football Championship
Jack Savage (Kerry) – 0-23 (0-20 frees)
Michael Cahalane (Cork) – 2-14 (0-9 frees)
Conor Keane (Kerry) – 1-15 (0-1 free, 0-1 ‘45’)
Barry Keating (Clare) – 1-12 (0-9 frees)
Alan Tynan (Tipperary) – 1-9 (0-5 frees)
Conor Gleeson (Waterford) – 2-3 (1-0 penalty, 0-2 frees)
Killian Spillane (Kerry) 1-5
Tom Devine (Waterford) – 2-0
Paul O’Connor (Waterford) – 0-6 (0-3 frees)
Jack Breen (Limerick) – 0-5 (0-3 frees)
James Naughton (Limerick) – 0-5 (0-2 frees)
Paddy O’Malley (Clare) – 0-5 (0-4 frees)
David Foran (Kerry) – 1-1
Jack English (Limerick) – 1-1
Tom Kirwan (Tipperary) – 0-4
Brian O’Connell (Limerick) – 1-1
Paul Maher (Tipperary) – 0-3
Kieran Daly (Limerick) – 1-0
Killian O’Connor (Cork) – 0-3
Aidan Moynihan (Cork) – 1-2
Kevin O’Neill (Cork) – 1-0
Kevin Daly (Waterford) – 1-0
Own Goal by Kerry – 1-0
Michael Troy (Waterford) – 0-3 (0-1 free)
Willie Hahessy (Waterford) – 0-3
Eimhin Courtney (Clare) – 0-3
Liam Madigan (Clare) – 0-3
Michéal Burns (Kerry) – 0-2
Liam Casey (Tipperary) – 0-2 (0-1 free)
Don O’Driscoll (Cork) – 0-2 (0-1 free)
Jack Bushe (Cork) – 0-2
Josh Keane (Tipperary) – 0-2 (0-1 free)
Joe Downes (Clare) – 0-2 (0-1 free)
Dara Walsh (Clare) – 0-2
Cian Sheehan (Limerick) – 0-2
Stephen Quirke (Tipperary), Richard O’Sullivan (Cork), Stephen Cronin (Cork), Ryan Harkin (Cork), S White (Cork), Matthew Flaherty (Kerry), Conor Jordan (Kerry), Tomás Ó Sé (Kerry), Éanna Ó Conchúir (Kerry), Brian Sugrue (Kerry), Kieran Murphy (Kerry), T Brosnan (Kerry) (0-1free), Cormac Curran (Waterford), Henry Leahy (Limerick), Kieran Malone (Clare), A Davidson (Clare) – 0-1 each