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All Ireland Juvenile 60x30 Teams Finals

posted 25 Sep 2011, 23:04 by Unknown user   [ updated 25 Sep 2011, 23:10 ]

All Ireland Juvenile 60x30 Teams Finals held in Thurles.

Victory for Kilkenny in the under 14/15 team they Defeated Tipperary in a nail biting contest in Thurles


In the U14-15 team of 6 Kilkenny’s First pair were JJ English (Gores bridge) and Padraig Cooney (Clogh) they played M Maher and J Walsh Tipperary. Kilkenny got off to a great serving out the first game 15-0. The second game saw thew win 15-8.  Kilkenny’s Pair were Conor Lyons and Adam Clifford (St Canices). They played J Moroney and R Burke, the first Kilkenny boys won a close game 15-12. The second game saw Tipperary   winning the game 15-1. Going into the last pair Kilkenny were up 11 aces. The final pair for Kilkenny was Pauly Clifford (St Canices) and Dylan Caulfield (Kilfane) they played L Bradshaw and K Casey The first game was evenly contested with Tipperary winning 15-9. This left Kilkenny only 5 aces going into the last game. Tipperary got off to a great start and were very soon 11-0 up with and looking good.  But Pauley and  Dylan Got their game together and didn’t panic they served out the game to give them a deserved win s 15-11, leaving Kilkenny All Ireland Champions. Subs for Kilkenny were Daragh O Shea and Conor Dwyer. Well done to their coaches Eddie English and Michael O Shea.




The U12-13 team didn’t fare out so good   Kilkenny’s Shane Dunne, Dean Farrell, Dion Bourke, Ciaran Cooney, Roy Cullen, Conor Condon, Subs were Marc Purcell and John Delaney. Kilkenny were unfortunate to be beaten 66 points to 62 points. By Tipperary Well done to all the lads who did their best a great achievement reaching the All Ireland Final. A big thanks to their coaches Brendan Hosey and Sean Walsh for all their hard work


U16-17 team of 4 was between Kilkenny and Tipperary. First pair up for Kilkenny were Stephen Dywer (Kells) and Fergal Lalor (Taslbots inch) and played S Moroney and J Jones Tipperary.  Tipperary boys won this tie  30-11. The second pair for Kilkenny were Ronan Egan and Eoin Doyle (Clogh) they  played J Cahill and J Foley both pairs played well and fought hard but unfortunately the Tipp pair won 22-18. This gave the Tipperary Boys victory.  A great achievement on reaching the final and well done to all the lads and to their coaches Martin Lalor and John Doyle