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First half blitz sees King Cormacs win with ease

Tipperary Co-Op SuperValu Junior B HC

Tipperary Co-Op SuperValu Junior B HC


A couple of Galtee Rovers goalkeeping errors in the first half facilitated a substantial interval lead by Cashel King Cormacs in their Tipperary Co-Op SuperValu junior B hurling championship game at Golden on Saturday evening and contributed to their easy victory.

The winners got off to a lightning start and were 1-4 up before Galtee Rovers registered their opening score. The Cashel goal came from Robert White, who cashed in on a goalkeeping error.

Two further goals by Ger O’Dwyer in the twenty-fourth and twenty-eighth minutes, plus good free-taking by Jonathan Walsh, contributed to Cashel’s lead of 3-10 to 0-5 at the interval.

The scoring slowed down in the second-half as Galtee put in a more determined performance, but it was to no avail.

Many Cashel players impressed but Kevin O’Sullivan, Niall Fitzgerald, Ger O’Dwyer, Jonathan Walsh and Cathal Minogue deserve mention. Cathal Moloney and Kevin Power impressed for Galtee.

Cashel King Cormacs: Kevin O’Sullivan, David Shields, Alan Cummins, Gavin Browne, P. J. Mooney, Jonathan Kennedy, Cathal Minogue, Niall Fitzgerald, Gavin Manton (0-1), Padraig O’Donoghue (0-2), William Fitzell (0-3), Jonathan Walsh (0-7), David Ryan (0-1), Ger O’Dwyer (2-1), Robert White (1-0). Subs: Adrian O’Dwyer for Robert White, Conor Devitt for Gavin Manton, Michael O’Connor for David Ryan, Ruairi Ryan for Gavin Browne, Daniel Bowes for Ger O’Dwyer.

Galtee Rovers: Timmy Butler, Michael Peters, Willie Tarrant, Rob Doyle, Pat Kavanagh, Seamus Moloney, Michael Ryan, Kevin Power (0-1), David Byron, Shane Egan (0-1), Cathal Moloney (0-4), Aidan Moloney, Raymond O’Dwyer, Colin Hayes, Mossy Crowe (0-1). Subs: Michael White for Timmy Butler, John Ryan for Pat Kavanagh, Peter Carroll for Raymond O’Dwyer, Dailan Browne.

Ref: D. Grogan (Aherlow).

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