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Kerry Under 21 Hurlers in All Ireland Final   19/08/2017

All Ireland Under 21 B Hurling Semi Final


Kerry 1-23 

Meath 1-9


Kerry are through to the All Ireland Under 21 B Final following a semi final victory over Meath at Semple Stadium this afternoon and they now go forward to the final where they will play either Kildare or Wicklow (who throw in at 5pm in Arklow)  in the curtain raiser to the All Ireland Under 21 Final on Saturday September 9th.


Meath had first use of the wind and though Shane Conway and Michael O’Leary pointed Kerry in front, Meath got in for a soft goal in the 9th minute. Michael O’Leary and Shane Conway pointed to level the game after 20 minutes but Kerry were now beginning to make inroads in the Meath defence and they went on to add 7 points to their tally before the break with Shane Conway unerring from frees and the likes of Michael O’Leary very accurate from play. At the break it was 0-11 to 1-4 for Kerry with wind advantage to come.


Kerry restarted in tremendous fashion with Shane Conway pointing twice from play and Eoin Ross doing likewise with two equally good scores and these scores were followed by one each from Barry O’Sullivan and Ronan Donovan to put Kerry 8 points clear by the three quarter stage. Meath added a couple of points but Shane Conway had another brace of points to regain their 8 point advantage with seven minutes on the clock. Conway, who had a personal tally of 8 points to his credit, added 2 more before Eoin Ross finished a fine display with a goal from a long range free in the final minute to bring his total to 1-3 and cap a fine display from the Kerry boys.


Kerry lined out as selected and introduced Brandon Barett, Jack Leen, Darragh Ryan, Adrian O’Mahony and John Hussey during the course of the game.


Scorers: Shane Conway 0-8 (5 frees), Michael O’Leary 0-6, Eoin Ross 1-3, Barry O’Sullivan, Tomás O’Connor, John Buckley and Ronan Donovan 0-1 each.



Kerry Under 21 Hurling Team V Meath – All Ireland Under 21 “B” Hurling Semi Final

 

The Kerry Under 21 Hurling team to play Meath in the All Ireland Under 21 “B” Championship Semi Final in Semple Stadium Thurles on Saturday at 2pm is as follows:


1. Stephen Murphy                Causeway


2. Stevie O'Sullivan               Abbeydorney


3. Daragh Shanahan   (C)      Lixnaw


4. Billy Lyons                        Causeway


5. Eoin Ross                          Ballyduff


6. Jason Diggins                    Causeway  


7. Liam Mullins                      Lixnaw


8. Barry O'Sullivan                Dingle


9. Tomás O'Connor               Crotta O'Neills


10. John Buckley                   Lixnaw


11. Michael O'Leary               Abbeydorney


12. Jordan Brick                    Kilmoyley


13. Maurice O'Connor            Kilmoyley


14. Shane Conway                Lixnaw


15. Ronan Donovan              Abbeydorney


Fir Ionaid


16. David Silles                    Lixnaw


17. Adrian O'Mahony            Crotta O'Neills


18. John Hussey                  Ballyduff


19. Brandon Barrett             Causeway


20. Jack Lenihan                  Dr. Crokes


21. Darragh Ryan                Crotta O'Neills


22. Kieran McCarthy             Kilmoyley


23. Kieran O'Regan             Kilmoyley


24. Ger Stackpoole             Lixnaw


Bainistíocht


Bainisteoír: Ian Brick (Kilmoyley)

Coach/Selectors: Fintan O’Connor & Brendan Cummins

Roghnoirí:  D.J. Leahy (Causeway), John Lucid (Ballyheigue), Aidan O’Mahony (St Brendans)


Extended panel members not available for this game

Eric McHale                 Causeway

Jack Goulding              Ballyduff

Daniel O’Carroll            Ballyduff


Rehabbing:

Colin Sheehy                 Lixnaw

Robert Collins                Kilmoyley

Jordan Conway              Crotta O’Neills 

Jeremy McKenna           Lixnaw





Kerry Under 21 Hurlers in action in Semple Stadium


Following their facile 0 - 26 to 1 - 9 win over Donegal in the All Ireland Under 21 B Qtr Final on Saturday last the Kerry Under 21 Hurlers    have advanced to the semi-finals of the competition (Ritchie McElligott Cup) and a meeting with Meath on this Saturday in Semple Stadium at 2pm.  

The Kerry Team will be announced on Thursday evening at 8:30.