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AIB Munster GAA Hurling Intermediate Club Championship Final – Ballina (Tipperary) v Youghal (Cork)

November 16th, 2013

AIB Munster GAA Hurling Intermediate Club Championship Final – Ballina (Tipperary) v Youghal (Cork)

Ballina (Tipperary) will play Youghal (Cork) in the 2013 AIB Munster GAA Hurling Intermediate Club Championship Final on Sunday November 17th at 2:00pm in Mallow.

When – Sunday November 17th at 2:00pm

Where – Mallow

Referee – Shane Hourigan (Limerick)
Standby Referee – Declan O’Driscoll (Limerick)
Linesman – Jason Mullins (Limerick)
4th Official – Donie Browne (Limerick)
Umpires – Barry O’Donoghue, Padraig Jones, Kevin Sheahan and Joe Browne (Limerick)

Extra time – (2 periods x 10 minutes only) to be played if sides finish level at the end of 60 minutes

Replay date – Saturday November 23rd

Next Round – the winners play the British champions in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final on Sunday December 1st.

Contact Munster GAA PRO Ed Donnelly at pro.munster@gaa.ie for more information

For the Record

Ballina (Tipperary) Youghal (Cork)
Number of Munster Club Intermediate Hurling titles
(by County)
2 4
Last Munster Intermediate Hurling Title (by County) 2012 2010
Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Record since 2000 for each county’s representative Played – 20
Won – 12
Lost –  8
Drawn – 0
Played – 22
Won – 14
Lost –  6
Drawn – 2
Last meeting in the Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship involving participating county representatives November 21st 2010 (Munster Club Final)
Ballymartle (Cork) 2-14 Borrisokane (Tipperary) 0-8
at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick

Munster GAA HURLING Club Intermediate Championship 2013

Quarter-Finals

Sunday October 27th

@ Pairc Ui Rinn                               Youghal (Cork) 4-13 Ardmore (Waterford) 1-12

@ Bruff                      Ballina (Tipperary) 1-12 Dromin-Athlacca (Limerick) 0-14

Semi-Finals
Sunday November 3rd

@ Sixmilebridge                               Whitegate (Clare) 0-18 Youghal (Cork) 0-18 (AET)

@ MacDonagh Park Nenagh Ballina (Tipperary) 3-19 St. Brendan’s (Kerry) 0-15

Semi-Final Replay
Sunday November 10th

@ Fermoy                                          Youghal (Cork) 1-16 Whitegate (Clare) 0-8

Final (Extra time)

Sunday November 17th (Replay date – Saturday November 23rd)

@ Mallow Ballina (Tipperary) v Youghal (Cork) 2:00pm

Odds and Ends

There have been two previous finals between the Tipperary and Cork champions in the Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship. In 2003, Bride Rovers (Cork) defeated Kilruane MacDonaghs (Tipperary) by 0-14 to 0-11 while in 2010, Ballymartle (Cork) defeated Borrisokane (Tipperary) by 2-14 to 0-8.

Tipperary clubs have won 7 of their last 9 matches in the Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship dating back to 2010, including 5 in a row courtesy of Silvermines and Ballina. By contrast. from 2005 to 2009 the Tipperary Intermediate Hurling Champions were knocked out in their first match in this competition.

Since the competition began in 2003, Cork clubs have won 4 of the 9 Munster titles on offer, the last one in 2010 when Ballymartle were successful. Clare and Tipperary are the only other counties with a winning record in this competition.

The Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Final was last played in Mallow in 2009 when South Liberties (Limerick) defeated Douglas (Cork) by 2-10 to 1-12.

Munster GAA Club HURLING Intermediate Championship Roll Of Honour

Cork (4) – 2003, 2005, 2008, 2010

Clare (2) – 2006, 2007

Tipperary (2) – 2004, 2012

Limerick (2) – 2009, 2011

Munster GAA Club HURLING Intermediate 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 1888 – http://munster.gaa.ie/history/ihclub_teams/

All Ireland GAA Club HURLING Intermediate Championship

In the Club Intermediate Hurling All Ireland Roll of Honour, Cork have secured 2 titles courtesy of Blarney (2009) and Ballymartyle (2011) while Kildangan (Tipperary) won the 2004 All-Ireland title.

Munster GAA Club HURLING Intermediate Championship 

List of Winning Teams

2003 – Bride Rovers (Cork) 0-14 Kilruane MacDonagh’s (Tipperary) 0-11

BRIDE ROVERS, CORK: Denis Fitzgerald; Aidan Collins, Niall Fitzgerald, James Murphy; Barry Johnson, Barry Murphy, Brendan Walsh; Padraig Murphy, Brian Murphy; Donal Ryan, Michael Hogan, Terry Broderick; Richard Cahill, Sean Ryan (Captain), Jerome O’Driscoll.

Subs: Pat Cotter for Hogan

2004 – Kildangan (Tipperary) 1-10 Dromin Athlacca (Limerick) 1-4

KILDANGAN, TIPPERARY: Dermot Hogan; Brian Lawlor, Liam Kelly, Michael Ryan, Karl Hogan, Dan Hackett, Ger Slattery (Captain); Brian Kelly, John Maher; Tommy Connors, Liam Karl Flannery, Enda Nolan, Darragh Egan, Hugh Flannery, Conor Hayes.

Subs: Colm McGrath for Maher, Patrick Lynch for Hayes.

2005 – Ballinhassig (Cork) 1-12 Ballyduff Upper (Waterford) 0-13

BALLINHASSIG, CORK: Martin Coleman, Stephen McCarthy, Brian O’Sullivan, Brendan Coleman, James Ahearne, Michael Ahearne, Brendan Lombard, David Brennan, Kevin O’Sullivan, Paul O’Sullivan, John Mullaney, Stephen Dineen, Diarmuid Duggan, Dan O’Callaghan, John O’Sullivan.

Subs: Declan O’Sullivan for John O’Sullivan; Tadhg Coleman for Duggan

 

2006 – Clooney-Quin (Clare) 0-14 Bishopstown (Cork) 1-8

CLOONEY-QUIN, CLARE: Damien O’Halloran; Eoin Gallagher, Pat Markham, Joe O’Loughlin; Adrian Fleming, Cillian Duggan, Enda Harrison; Sean Conheady, Conor Harrison; John Earls, Fergal Lynch, Donnacha Murphy; Brian Shally, Ronan Gallagher, Cathal Egan

Subs: Shane McNamara for John Earls; Mark O’Halloran for Donnacha Murphy

 

2007 – Clonlara (Clare) 1-14 Dromin-Athlacca (Limerick) 1-8

CLONLARA, CLARE: Gerard O’Connell, Brian Woods, John Moloney, Paul Collins (Captain) Domhnall O’Donovan, Paul Nihill, Nicholas O’Connell, Cormac O’Donovan, Diarmuid Conway, John Conlan, Tomas O’Donovan, Patrick O’Hare, Darach Honan, Donal Maddan, Thomas Lynch

Sub: Alan O’Connell for Lynch (60th minute). Unused subs – Barry Moloney, Diarmuid O’Meara, William Slattery, Jason Murphy, John Barry, Eoin Hackett, Senan Nihill, Mark Dillon

 

2008 – Blarney (Cork) 2-7 Broadford (Clare) 0-3

BLARNEY, CORK: Ronan Byrne; Danny Cronin (Captain), Darragh McSweeney, Paul O’Leary; Joe Jordan, James Hughes, Stephen O’Donoghue; Brian Hurley, Mark McCarthy; Brian Deasy, Eoin Hallahan, Johnny Hurley; Mark Cremin, Ross McNamara, Colin Murphy

Subs: Gerard O’Donovan for Danny Cronin (27); Eugene McCarthy for Deasy (42); James O’Sullivan for McNamara (55); Dave McCarthy for Hallahan (58); Peter Aherne for Murphy (58)

 

2009 – South Liberties (Limerick) 2-10 Douglas (Cork) 1-12

SOUTH LIBERTIES, LIMERICK: Albert Shanahan; Shane Garry, Niall Shanahan, Tony Carroll; Thomas Ryan, Mark Keane, Shane O’Neill (Captain); William Hickey, Mike Keane; Brian Slattery, Anthony Owens, Rory O’Neill; Colm Godfrey, Ciaran Carbery, David O’Neill

Subs: Eamonn O’Connell for William Hickey (30); Derek Grimes for Colm Godfrey (30); Mike Moynihan for Ciaran Carbery (48)

 

2010 – Ballymartle (Cork) 2-14 Borrisokane (Tipperary) 0-8

BALLYMARTLE, CORK: Declan McCarthy; Daniel Coleman, Michael Tobin, Declan Dwyer; Daniel Edmonds, Patrick O’Dwyer (Captain), Noel Sheehan; S Corry, Graham Webb; Ruairiy Dwyer, Brian Corry, Barry Dwyer; Paul Coughlan, Jamie Dwyer, Dan Dwyer

Subs: Sean O’Mahoney for Coughlan (h-t), John Kelly for Sheehan (55), Eamonn Kelly for Webb (58), Colm Sheehan for S Corry (59).

2011 – Effin (Limerick) 0-14 Ballyduff (Kerry) 0-11

EFFIN, LIMERICK: Danny O’Donoghue; John P. O’Donnell, Capt., John Dillon, Andrew Dillon; Michael O’Donnell, Nicky Quaid, Michael Rea; James O’Donnell, Patrick Carroll; Pierce O’Kelly, Damien Moloney, Conor Kearney; Tommy Quaid, Timmy Rea, Darren Sheehy

Subs: Enda Kelly for O’Kelly, Hugh O’Neill for Sheehy

2012 – Silvermines (Tipperary) 0-14 Ballyduff (Kerry) 0-8

SILVERMINES, TIPPERARY: Cathal Sherlock; Maurice Leamy, Brendan Timmons, Damien Boland; Dónal Keogh, Ronan Sherlock, Noel Quirke; Cathal Gleeson (Captain), Orrie Quirke; Willie Keogh, David Boland, Seán Quirke; Daniel Keogh, Jason Forde, David Keogh

Subs: Kevin Cuneen for Donal Keogh (27); Paudie Fogarty for Seán Quirke (40); Gary Tuohy for Daniel Keogh (56)

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