1990’s

 1990

Football

In 1990 we played senior football but the step up from Intermediate proved too much for our young team.

1991

Football

Sliabh gCua 2-12

Ardmore 0-11.

The team was: Brendan Dwyer, Tom Whelan, John Dalton, Seanie Kearns, Declan Kiely, Pa Hallinan, Roger McGrath, Tom Condon, David Whelan, Kieran Hallahan, Philip McCarthy, Eamon Lonergan, Pat Hearn, John Hallinan, Liam Lonergan.

Subs: Brendan Tobin for Tom Whelan, JP Fitzpatrick for Liam Lonergan.

Sliabh gCua 1-8

Shamrocks 0-8

The line out was: Brendan Dwyer, Brendan Tobin, James Butler, Pa Hallinan, Roger McGrath, Seanie Kearns, Tom Whelan, Declan Kiely, Tom Condon, Kieran Hallahan, Philip McCarthy, Eamon Lonergan, Pat Hearn, John Hallinan, JP Fitzpatrick.

Scorers: John Hallinan (1-6), Pat Hearn (0-1), JP Fitzpatrick (0-1).

Won the Intermediate football championship in 1991 on a cold and wet day in Dungarvan against Newtown.

Intermediate Football Champs 1991 Highlights

Remembering old times………….

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Hurling

The Intermediate hurling championship was run on a league structure with six teams in each group. St. Mary’s were in Group A with Shamrocks, Cappoquin, Colligan, St. Mollerans and Tramore.

St. Mary’s 0-11

Colligan 0-12

Colligan Rockies Intermediate hurlers came out on top in this enjoyable championship encounter at the Fraher field on Friday evening last by a single point, having saved an early semi-penalty per John Hallinan who subsequently scored some magnificent long range points from placed balls.

Colligan led at the interval by 0-6 to 0-4 and with two quick points on the turnover they went four points clear. Still St. Mary’s kept plugging away and with John Hallinan and JP Fitzpatrick finding the target they were back on level terms by the 49 minute at 0-9 each.

In the 57th minute a John Quinlan point appeared to be edging clear, still John Hallinan pointed another long range free to reduce the scoreline to one point. Two late St. Mary’s attacks were repulsed by John Dunford and Kevin McGrath as the Rockies held out.

Team: John Fitzpatrick, Brendan Tobin, John Dalton, Roger McGrath, John Hallinan, Pa Hallinan, Tom Condon, Gerald Butler, Declan Kiely, JP Fitzpatrick, Seanie Kearns, Raymond Ryan, Tom Whelan, Tomas Condon, Kieran Hallahan.

Subs: Eamon Butler for Tomas Condon, Eamon Lonergan for Raymond Ryan, Lar Whelan for Eamon Butler.

Lost to Cappoquin on a score line of 1-9 to 1-6 at the Colligan venue.

The Mary’s finished up in a play-off with Cappoquin for a quarter final place. St. Mary’s reversed the result on a score of St. Mary’s 1-10 to Cappoquin 0-11. The team line out was: John Fitzpatrick, Brendan Tobin, Pa Hallinan, Roger McGrath, John Hallinan, Seanie Kearns, Pat Hearn, Tom Condon, Declan Kiely, Kieran Hallinan, Tom Whelan, JP Fitzpatrick, Brendan Dwyer, Tomas Condon, Eamon Lonergan.

Subs: Lar Whelan for Tom Whelan, Laurence Boyle for Eamon Lonergan.

Scorers: Lar Whelan (1-1), John Hallinan (0-5), JP Fitzpatrick (0-3), Brendan Dwyer (0-1).

In the quarter final St. Mary’s were up against a strong Abbeyside team but a draw was the result. St. Mary’s 1-10, Abbeyside 2-7. The team line out was: John Fitzpatrick, Brendan Tobin, John Dalton, Roger McGrath, John Hallinan, Seanie Kearns, Pat Hearn, Tom Condon, Declan Kiely, JP Fitzpatrick, Gerald Butler, Raymond Ryan, Eamon Lonergan, Pa Hallinan, Kieran Hallahan.

Subs: Brendan Dwyer for Eamon Lonergan, Lar Whelan for Brendan Dwyer.

Scorers: John Hallinan (1-6), JP Fitzpatrick (0-3), Raymond Ryan (0-1).

The replay scoreline was St. Mary’s 3-12 to Abbeyside’s 1-12. The team was: John Fitzpatrick, Brendan Tobin, John Dalton, Roger McGrath, John Hallinan, Seanie Kearns, Pat Hearn, Tom Condon, Declan Kiely, JP Fitzpatrick, Kieran Hallahan, Raymond Ryan, Brendan Dwyer, Pa Hallinan,Gerald Butler.

Scorers: Kieran Hallahan (2-2), Raymond Ryan (1-0), JP Fitzpatrick (0-5), John Hallinan (0-2), Pa Hallinan, Gerald Butler, Brendan Dwyer (0-1 each).

Saviours were the opponents in the semi-final in the Intermediate Hurling county semi final at the Dungarvan Venue. The game ended up in a defeat for St. Mary’s on a scoreline of St. Mary’s 1-9 to St. Saviours 1-14.

Team: John Fitzpatrick, Brendan Tobin, Pa Hallinan, Roger McGrath, John Hallinan, Seanie Kearns, Pat Hearn, Tom Condon, Declan Kiely, JP Fitzpatrick, Kieran Hallahan, Raymond Ryan, Eamon Lonergan, Brendan Dwyer, Gerald Butler.

Scorers: JP Fitzpatrick (0-8), Lar Whelan (1-0), John Hallinan (0-1).

1993

Football

The Senior championship was run on a league basis with two groups. Sliabh gCua were seeded in group I along with Tramore, Kilmacthomas, Dunhill, Dungarvan, Nire and Kilrossanty. There was some disappointing results:

Kilmacthomas 3-11

Sliabh gCua 2-9

Dunhill 1-9

Sliabh gCua 0-6

Nire 1-14

Sliabh gCua 0-6

Hurling

The Intermediate hurling championship was run on a league structure with six teams in each group. St. Mary’s were in Group I with Stradbally, Cappoquin, Clonea, St. Mollerans, Ring and Tramore.

Some of the results were:

St. Mary’s 1-8

Cappoquin 2-5

Team: John Dalton, Brendan Tobin, Tom Condon, Roger McGrath, Laurence Boyle, Seanie Kearns, James Butler, Tom Whelan, Declan Kiely, Eamon Lonergan, JP Fitzpatrick, Kieran Hallahan, Eamon Butler, Pa Hallinan, Tomas Condon.

Subs: David Whelan and Brian Whelan.

St. Mary’s 3-8

Ring 3-11

St. Mary’s finished up in Fourth place and did not qualify for the knockout stages.

1994

Football

The Senior championship was run on a league basis with two groups. Sliabh gCua were seeded in group B along with Tramore, Kilmacthomas, Dunhill, Butlerstown, Newton, Affane and Clashmore. There was some good results:

Sliabh gCua 3-5

Kilmacthomas 3-8

Sliabh gCua 3-11

Newton 2-7

Sliabh gCua 2-8

Affane 2-8

Sliabh gCua line out was: Vivian Lonergan, Seanie Kearns, Johnny McGrath, Laurence Boyle, Roger McGrath, Raymond Ryan, JP Fitzpatrick, Tomas Condon, David Whelan, Eamon Butler, Kieran, Hallahan, Pa Hallinan, John Hallinan, James Connors.

Subs: Dermot Lonergan for James Connors.

Scorers: David Whelan (1-3), Eamon Butler (1-0), Kieran Hallahan (0-2), Tomas Condon, Raymond Ryan and John Hallinan (0-1 each).

Sliabh gCua 2-9

Butlerstown 0-14

Sliabh gCua were just edged out by one point of a qualifying position by finishing third in the group behind Tramore and Kilmacthomas on nine points from seven games.

Hurling

In the Intermediate hurling championship St. Mary’s were in Group A along with Erins Own, Shamrocks and Cappoquin. The results were:

St. Mary’s 1-9

Erins Own 4-14

St. Mary’s 0-15

Cappoquin 2-10

The team was: James Connors, John Hallinan, Seanie Kearns, Roger McGrath, David Whelan, Pa Hallinan, Laurence Boyle, Tomas Condon, Raymond Ryan, Eamon-Dec Lonergan, Declan Kiely, Kieran Hallahan, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Eamon Butler, JP Fitzpatrick.

Scorers: Eamon Butler (3-0), Aiden Fitzpatrick (2-1), JP Fitzpatrick (0-6), Kieran Hallahan, Declan Kiely and Eamon-Dec Lonergan (0-1 each).

St. Mary’s 2-10

Shamrocks 1-9

The team was: James Connors, John Hallinan, Seanie Kearns, Roger McGrath, David Whelan, Pa Hallinan, Laurence Boyle, Tomas Condon, Declan Kiely, Eamon-Dec Lonergan, JP Fitzpatrick, Kieran Hallahan, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Raymond Ryan, Eamon Lonergan.

The league table ended up as:

Team Pd Won Pts

Erins Own 4 4 8

St. Mary’s 3 2 4

Shamrocks 3 2 4

Cappoquin 4 2 4

Three-way playoff for a quarter final place.

The first two teams out of the hat would play and the loser would take on the third team. St. Mary’s were drawn first against Shamrocks. The result for the playoff position was Shamrocks 3-11 to St. Mary’s 1-10.

Quarter final:

St. Mary’s 1-12

Ring 1-7

The team was: James Connors, John Hallinan, Seanie Kearns, Johnny McGrath, David Whelan, Pa Hallinan, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Tomas Condon, Kieran Hallahan, Declan Kiely, Eamon-Dec Lonergan, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Eamon Butler, Raymond Ryan.

Subs: E Lonergan for E D Lonergan

Aiden Fitzpatrick 1-1, J.P. Fitzpatrick 0-6, Kieran Hallahan 0-3, Raymond Ryan, Declan Kiely 0-1

Semi final of County Intermediate Championship:

Erins Own 0-17

St. Mary’s 1-13

Championship favourites Erins Own snatched a dramatic victory in the Intermediate Hurling Semi-Final at Fraher Field on Saturday afternoon last, when Noel Kelly pointed a 67 metre free in the 62nd minute of a thrilling encounter which kept the rival supporters on tender hooks right up to the final whistle. St. Mary’s were desperately unlucky to lose out here as on the run of play they deserved at least the share of the spoils. They started in whirlwind fashion as Kieran Hallahan pointed in 30 seconds and 30 seconds later, Aiden Fitzpatrick and Eamonn Butler left them 3 points clear with six minutes played. Erins Own’s first score did not come until the 11th minute when Noel Kelly pointed a free, 0-3 to 0-1. St. Mary’s were hurling well as J.P. Fitzpatrick added four points to leave them 0-7 to 0-2 in front with 22 minutes played. Noel Kelly (0-3) and Paul Walsh came back for Erin’s Own to leave the score 0-7 to 0-6 with 27 minutes played. J.P. Fitzpatrick & Noel Kelly exchanged points to leave 0-8 to 0-7 at the interval.

Early goal

On the turnover, St. Mary’s were again quickly in to their stride as Eamonn Butler’s excellent strike found the net. Erin’s Own responded by switching Damien Byrne to center half forward and he quickly pointed a free to leave the score 1-8 to 0-8. It was now nip and tuck as Noel Kelly & J.P. Fitzpatrick each (twice) hit the target for points (1-10 to 0-10). Eamonn Lonergan & Noel Kelly each pointed as did J.P. Fitzpatrick and Noel Kelly to leave the score 1-12 to 0-12. Erin’s Own introduced Johnny Connors into the frey in the 48th minute. J.P. Fitzpatrick pointed a 65 in the 50th minute (1-13 to 0-12). Significantly St. Mary’s were not to raise another flag in the remaining period which was played out amidst a welter of excitement. Damien Byrne and Johnny Connors pointed in the 55th 58th minutes and left the score 1-13 to 0-15. In the 60th minute, Erin’s Own won a free which Noel Kelly sent to Damien Byrne who pointed to level it up 1-13 to 0-16.

The game was in to extra time and in the 62nd minute Noel Kelly landed a point from a 67 metre free to clinch a very hard earned win for them. St. Mary’s displayed marvellous spirit and played some excellent hurling into the bargain and were most unlucky not to have at least earned a second chance.

Team: James Connors, John Hallinan, Seanie Kearns, Roger McGrath, David Whelan, Pa Hallinan, Laurence Boyle, Tomas Condon, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Kieran Hallahan, Declan Kiely, Eamonn Lonergan, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Eamonn Butler, Raymond Ryan.

Subs: Eamonn-Dec Lonergan for Laurence Boyle.

Scorers: Eamonn Butler (1-1), J.P. Fitzpatrick (0-9), Kieran Hallahan, Eamonn Lonergan and Aiden Fitzpatrick (0-1 each).

1995

Football

Sliabh gCua contested the Senior grade for the fourth year in a row and were in Division II with Affane, Ballinacourty, Bonmahon, St. Saviours, and Dunhill. The results were:

Sliabh gCua 0-9

Affane 0-8

Team: Vivian Lonergan, Roger McGrath, John Hallinan, Tom Whelan, Johnny McGrath, Declan Kiely, Joe Lawlor, David Whelan, Tomas Condon, Laurance Boyle, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Maurice Cliffe, Eamon Lonergan, Kieran Hallahan, Raymond Ryan.

Scorers: Kieran Hallahan (0-4), Eamon Lonergan, Raymond Ryan (0-2), J.P. Fitzpatrick (0-1).

Sliabh gCua 1-8

Ballinacourty 1-10

Team: Vivian Lonergan, Roger McGrath, John Hallinan, Tom Whelan, Johnny McGrath, Philip McCarthy, Joe Lawlor, David Whelan, Tomas Condon, Eamon Lonergan, Kieran Hallahan, Maurice Cliffe, Ian Dunford, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Aiden Fitzpatrick.

Subs: Laurence Boyle for Eamon Lonergan.

Scorers: Kieran Hallahan (1-7), J.P. Fitzpatrick (0-1).

St. Saviours 2-12

Sliabh gCua 0-8

Dunhill 1-4

Sliabh gCua 1-17

Sliabh gCua 2-16

Bonmahon 2-4

Sliabh gCua qualified for a play-off position due to having the same points in the league as Ballinacourty in second and third position.

Team: Vivian Lonergan, Roger McGrath, John Hallinan, Philip McCarthy, Joe Lawlor, Declan Kiely, Johnny McGrath, David Whelan, Tomas Condon, Tom Queally, Kieran Hallahan, Ian Dunford, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Seanie Kearns, J.P. Fitzpatrick,.

Subs: Tom Condon for Joe Lawlor.

Scorers: Kieran Hallahan (0-2), Aiden Fitzpatrick (0-2).

Hurling

The Intermediate championship was run on a league championship and St. Mary’s were in Group II with Ballydurn, Ring, Kilmacthomas, Kill and Cappoquin. A few results were:

St. Mary’s 1-0

Ballydurn 0-12

St. Mary’s stage ‘Lazarus’ Like Comeback

St. Mary’s 3-10

Kilmacthomas 1-14

St. Mary’s Intermediate hurlers were trailing by a margin of 0-8 as this county Intermediate hurling championship game entered the final quarter at the Fraher field and in truth, the Touraneena side looked dead and buried at this stage as they had been playing second fiddle to a rampant Kilmacthomas. Kilmacthomas lead by 0-8 to 0-6 at the interval having played with a strong breeze and when Bobby Byrne finished to the net after good work by their best player, Andy Rockett who scored 0-8, the mid-county side appeared to be on their way to a shock result. The engine room of St. Mary’s scoring efforts was unquestionably J.P. Fitzpatrick at center field as his pin-point accuracy from placed balls kept them in touch. In all, he scored 1-8 of their total. Playing at Gaelic Park in New York the previous Sunday and at Thurles on last Wednesday, his steady play told in the final analysis.

In the 48th minute a long ball in from J.P. Fitzpatrick was finished to the net by Tom Queally. Then in the 53rd minute, county Junior player John Hallinan who was switched to attach, was fouled going through and J.P. Fitzpatrick blasted the resultant free to the net. Three minutes later another long ball in from J.P. Fitzpatrick was collected by full-forward Eamonn-Dec Lonergan who turned his marker and cut in along the end line to finish to the net and for good measure J.P. Fitzpatrick pointed a 90 yard free to complete St. Mary’s Lazarus-Like comeback.

Team: James Connors, Tom Whelan, John Hallinan, Roger McGrath, Vivian Lonergan, Declan Kiely, Johnny McGrath, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Tomas Condon, Tom Queally, Kieran Hallahan, Maurice Cliffe, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Eamonn-Dec Lonergan, Ian Dunford.

Scorers: J.P. Fitzpatrick (1-8), Tom Queally (1-1), Eamonn-Dec Lonergan (1-0), Kieran Hallahan (0-1).

St. Mary’s 2-10

Ring 2-7

At Fraher field on Thursday evening last, St. Mary’s recorded a good win over Ring in a keenly contested intermediate hurling championship clash. Ring led at half time by 0-5 to 0-4 with Eugene Curran (0-3), Carach & Nioclas Og on target for them. While Ian Dunford, Aiden Fitzpatrick and Maurice Cliffe (0-2) finding the range for St. Mary’s. The first goal came 3 minutes from the restart when Michael Hayes found the net to put Ring four points clear. St. Mary’s went back in front in the 38th minute when Declan Kiely’s long range shot went all the way to the net. D O’ Connor had Ring’s second goal in the 42nd minute to leave the score Ring 2-5, St. Mary’s 1-7.

One point still separated the sides following a double exchange of points when Aiden Fitzpatrick goaled for St. Mary’s in the 54th minute with Maurice Cliffe adding a point three minutes later to leave Mary’s the winners by three points.

Team: James Connors, Gerard Butler, John Hallinan, Roger McGrath, Johnny McGrath, Declan Kiely, David Whelan, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Tomas Condon, Maurice Cliffe, Tom Whelan, Kieran Hallahan, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Eamonn-Dec Lonergan, Ian Dunford.

Scorers: Aiden Fitzpatrick (1-1), Declan Kiely (1-0), Maurice Cliffe (0-3), J.P. Fitzpatrick (0-2), Ian Dunford (0-1).

Kill 3-11

St. Mary’s 3-8

The team was: James Connors, Tom Condon, Seanie Kearns, Roger McGrath, Tom Whelan, Declan Kiely, Johnny McGrath, David Whelan, John Hallinan, Eamon Lonergan, Vivian Lonergan, Kieran Hallahan, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Eamon Butler, JP Fitzpatrick.

St. Mary’s 0-7

St. Mollerans 2-7

St. Mary’s reached the quarter final stages of the championship. Mary’s were forced to field weakened team due to injury and suspension and the game was still there to be taken until the last few minutes when St. Mollerans scored a few late points which the Mary’s were unable to reply.

 

1996

Football

Sliabh gCua contested the Senior Championship and were competing in Group II along with the Nire, Affane, Kill, Butlerstown, Kilmacthomas, Dunhill and Bonmahon. A few results were:

Affane 4-9

Sliabh gCua 2-3

Nire 2-13

Sliabh gCua 0-5.

Kilmacthomas 2-13

Sliabh gCua 0-7

The team was: Eamon Condon, Eamon Lonergan, Seanie Kearns, Paul Condon, Johnny McGrath, John Hallinan, Vivian Lonergan, JP Fitzpatrick (0-3), Tomas Condon, Maurice Cliffe, Eamon Butler, Ian Dunford, James Condon (0-1), Eoin Butler, Aiden Fitzpatrick (0-3).

Junior team

Sliabh gCua 0-2

Stradbally 0-10

Team: Quintan Hickey, Brendan Tobin, Paul Condon, Mike Hearn, Mike Murray, Tom Condon, Anthony Gleeson, Pa Hallinan, Pat Fitzgerald, James Connors, Tom Whelan (0-1), Dermot Lonergan, Donnacha Dunne, Eamon Butler, Philip O’Meara.

Subs: Dermot Halley (0-1), Aidan McGrath, Pat Hearn.

Hurling

St. Mary’s 1-7

Ring 2-10

Team: James Connors, Eamonn Lonergan, Seanie Kearns, Roger McGrath, Tom Condon, Declan Kiely, Paul Condon, J.P. Fitzpatrick, John Hallinan, Kieran Hallahan, Eamonn-Dec Lonergan, Ian Dunford, Maurice Cliffe, Eamonn Butler, Aiden Fitzpatrick.

Subs: Dermot Halley for Ian Dunford, Pa Hallinan for Tom Condon.

St. Mary’s 2-9

Colligan 1-11

Mary’s by a point

St. Mary’s from Touraneena came out on top in this fiercely competitive Intermediate hurling championship game at Fraher Field on Sunday last. This was a typical local derby encounter full of endeavour and passion. St. Mary’s had to win to keep their championship hopes alive and there were understand scenes of jubilation when the final whistle sounded. Meanwhile, Colligan must now win their final game against Ring to stay in contention. Colligan raced in to a six point lead by the 11th minute with points per Benny McGrath (0-3), Jimmy Beresford (0-3) and David Ryan (0-1) who lined out at center field here. At this stage one would not have given St. Mary’s much of a chance, yet the introduction of John Hallinan at left-corner back did much to steady their ship, so to speak. Then, St. Mary’s went on a scoring blitz and shot 8 points without a reply, through Declan Kiely (0-3), Eamonn-Dec Lonergan (0-2), J.P. Fitzpatrick (0-2) and Aiden Fitzpatrick (0-1) to lead 0-8 to 0-6 at the interval.

On the turnover, points from Jimmy Beresford and Benny McGrath levelled the score before substitute Kevin Casey got a touch with his hurley to a high ball and flicked it to the back of the net in the 37th minute to put Colligan back in front. In the 40th minute, J.P. Fitzpatrick produced a moment of magical skill as he got passed the Colligan defence to flick the ball to the net to level the score once again at 1-8 to 1-8. David Ryan and Benny McGrath scored points to regain the lead. In the 52nd minute, a high ball from J.P. Fitzpatrick was latched on to by Kieran Hallahan who drove it to the net to leave the score 2-8 to 1-10. Seconds later, Jimmy Beresford pointed a free to level it up for the fourth time. In the 57th minute, J.P. Fitzpatrick pointed a free to leave it 2-9 to 1-11. Due to delays arising from injuries, 63 minutes were played with St. Mary’s goal-keeper, James Connors, effecting a vital save. While Seanie Kearns, Declan Kiely, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Tomas Condon, Eamonn-Dec Lonergan, Kieran Hallahan and Aiden Fitzpatrick starring for the winners. While John Dunford, Tom Kiely, Pat Dunford, Alan Walsh, Roger Casey, Jimmy Beresford, Benny McGrath and Kevin Casey were best for the Rockies.

Team: James Connors, Eamonn Lonergan, Seanie Kearns, Roger McGrath, Vivian Lonergan, Declan Kiely, Paul Condon, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Tomas Condon, Kieran Hallahan, Eamonn-Dec Lonergan, Maurice Cliffe, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Eamonn Butler, Ian Dunford.

Subs: John Hallinan, Gerard Butler, Tom Condon.

Scorers: J.P. Fitzpatrick (1-3), Kieran Hallahan (1-0), Declan Kiely (0-3), Eamonn-Dec Lonergan (0-2), Aiden Fitzpatrick (0-1).

Western Intermediate Hurling semi final:

Abbeyside 2-22

St. Mary’s 1-7

Team: James Connors, John Hallinan, Seanie Kearns, Tom Condon, Pa Hallinan, Declan Kiely, Paul Condon, Vivian Lonergan, David Whelan, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Eamon Lonergan, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Eamonn Butler, Kieran Hallahan.

Subs: Roger McGrath for Seanie Kearns, Ian Dunford for Pa Hallinan.
Scorers: David Whelan (1-0) J.P. Fitzpatrick (0-5), Aiden Fitzpatrick (0-2).

1998 Touraneena N.S. Team
1998 Touraneena N.S. Team

Touraneena N.S. Team

 

 

 

 

1999

Football

Sliabh gCua defeated Modeligo in the first round of the Intermediate championship at the Cappoquin venue.

Western Semi-Final:

Sliabh gCua 1-7

Lismore 1-10

Hurling

St. Mary’s finished in third last of the league with a disappointing two points.

The first round of the Intermediate championship was against Ballysaggart in the Cappoquin venue.

St. Mary’s 1-14

Ballysaggart 0-10

Team: Ryco Ware, David Meaney, Seanie Kearns, Paul Condon, Johnny McGrath, Pa Hallinan, John Hallinan, Declan Kiely, David Whelan, Ian Dunford, Kieran, Hallahan, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Tomas Condon, Eamon Lonergan.

Scorers: Eamon Lonergan (1-0), JP Fitzpatrick (0-11), Ian Dunford, David Whelan, Aiden Fitzpatrick (0-1 each).

Western Semi-Final:

St. Mary’s 2-7

Ring 2-6

Team: Team: Ryco Ware, David Meaney, Seanie Kearns, Paul Condon, Johnny McGrath, Pa Hallinan, John Hallinan, Ian Dunford, David Whelan, Kieran, Hallahan, Declan Kiely, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Tomas Condon, Eamon Lonergan.

Scorers: Tomas Condon (2-1), JP Fitzpatrick, Kieran Hallahan, Aiden Fitzpatrick (0-2 each).

Western Final:

St. Mary’s 1-8

Shamrocks 3-7

Team: Ryco Ware, David Meaney, Seanie Kearns, Paul Condon, Johnny McGrath, Pa Hallinan, John Hallinan, Declan Kiely, David Whelan, Ian Dunford, Kieran, Hallahan, J.P. Fitzpatrick, Aiden Fitzpatrick, Tomas Condon, Raymond Ryan.

Subs: Maurice Cliffe for Tomas Condon, Eamon Lonergan for David Whelan.

Scorers: Aiden Fitzpatrick (1-1), JP Fitzpatrick (0-1), Kieran Hallahan (0-2).