2018 O’Byrne Cup, Walsh Cup, and other lesser Provincial Competitions Thread


#1

Kilkenny 6-24 Laois 1-11
Bord na Mona Walsh Cup

SCORERS – Kilkenny: Conor Martin 1-6 (0-1 free), Richie Reid 2-2, Alan Murphy 0-6 (five frees), Sean Morrissey 1-2, John Donnelly 1-1, Chris Bolger 1-1, Michael Brennan 0-3, Ger Malone 0-1, Luke Scanlon 0-1, Conor Browne 0-1. Laois: Paddy Purcell 1-0, Podge Delaney 0-2 (frees), Cian Taylor 0-1 (free), Cha Dwyer 0-3, Aidan Corby 0-2, Ciaran Collier 0-1, Stephen Dunphy 0-1, Ben Conroy 0-1

LAOIS: Eoin Fleming; Joe Phelan, Leigh Bergin, Lee Cleere; Jack Kelly, James Ryan, Colm Stapleton; Eric Killeen, Liam Delaney; Aidan Corby, Eanna Lyons, Ciaran Collier; Podge Delaney, Cha Dwyer, Paddy Purcell. Subs: Donnacha Hartnett for Phelan (32 mins), Cian Taylor for Lyons (34 mins), Ben Conroy for L Delaney (34 mins), Paddy McCane for P Delaney (45 mins), Mark Dowling for Ryan (51 mins), Stephen Dunphy for Corby (60 mins), Conor Phelan for Killeen (60 mins), Brian O’Mara for Stapleton (65 mins)

KILKENNY: Darren Brennan; Evan Cody, Robert Lennon, Stephen Staunton; Enda Morrissey, Joe Lyng, Conor Browne; James Maher, Paddy Deegan; John Donnelly, Richie Reid, Michael Brennan; Alan Murphy, Conor Martin, Chris Bolger. Subs: Ger Malone for Bolger (half-time), Ryan Bergin for Cody (half time), Luke Scanlon for Deegan (half-time), Joey Holden for Maher (45 mins), Bill Sheehan for Bolger (45 mins), Sean Morrissey for E Morrissey (45 mins)


#2

FOOTBALL LATEST
HALF TIME SCORES FROM TONIGHT (8pm throw ins)
Bord na Móna Fuels O’Byrne Cup Senior Football
Louth GAA 2-6, Kildare GAA 0-7
Official Dublin GAA 1-8, Official Offaly GAA 0-6
Meath GAA 0-4, Carlow GAA 0-3


#3

HURLING LATEST
Bord na Móna Fuels Walsh Cup Senior Hurling

Official Kilkenny GAA 6-24, CLG Laois 1-11 - Full Time

Official Dublin GAA 2-11, Meath GAA 0-7 - Half Time

Official Wexford GAA 0-9, Carlow GAA 0-8 - Half Time


#4

@DubGAAOfficial 4-16, @MeathGAA 0-11 - 65 mins
@OfficialWexGAA 1-16, @Carlow_GAA 0-17 - 65 mins


#5

@DubGAAOfficial 4-18, @MeathGAA 0-14 - Full Time
@OfficialWexGAA 1-20, @Carlow_GAA 0-18 - Full Time

OBC
@DubGAAOfficial 1.13 @Offaly_GAA 0.16
@louthgaa 2.11 @KildareGAA 09
@MeathGAA 09 @Carlow_GAA 07


#6

McKENNA CUP RESULTS

Tyrone 4-20 Antrim 2-11
Cavan 0-15 St Mary’s 0-12
Down 0-13 Armagh 2-12
Derry 2-14 UUJ 3-10
Donegal 2-16 Queen’s 0-06
Fermanagh 2-11 Monaghan 0-12


#7

#8

FTs: Bord Na Mona Walsh and O’Byrne Cups.
Westmeath 0-18 Offaly 1-18- Offaly play Kilkenny in SF in Offaly
Westmeath 3-16 Laois 1-13 Callum McCormack with three goals
Wexford 1-12 Dublin 0-14 - Offaly footballers progress V Westmeath in SF in Westmeath

Nice to see that Clarke cunt had his cough softened below In Wexford


#9

McKenna Cup full-times: Antrim 0-15 St Mary’s 4-08, Armagh 0-12 UUJ 1-09, Cavan 0-07 Tyrone 2-22, Donegal 1-10 Fermanagh 1-13, Monaghan 2-13 Queen’s 0-07


#10

Rory Gallagher with full and swift revenge on Donegal.


#11

He’s getting a bit of a tune out of Fermanagh, granted its early days, but still. He’ll have enjoyed that one.


#12

I pity Wexford entering the lion’s den of Brewster Park in round 1 of Division 3.


#13

Fuck sake, Wexford are in D3 and Laois are in D4. How did it come to this.

Spare me the, promotion relegation answer.


#14

Do Tyrone take this ridiculously seriously?


#15

Did u watch RTE. 1 on Monday night ? An octogenarian from south Kerry explained .


#16

No, I missed it, was it Operation Transformation?


#17

You gotta target what you can win


#18

Half Time

Mayo 0-8 Galway 0-6


#19

:eek:


#20

the tyrone captain was out getting pissed in belfast last weekend with a work colleague of mine, he still manages to navigate his team thru this however

per my fermanagh co- worker who has a housemate on the team and another lad who dropped off because he has a job and couldnt be driving to ennsikillen from kildare for half 4 in the afternoon every second wednesday, fermanagh are going pretty serious tilt at this, this been out training since october, win this and promotion from div3 and that’ll be an unreal season, they are however bollixed now as they have tirone next, a game that they apparantly have no hope of winning, its a bit like cork and waterford where the sight of the red jersey has the game won in the dressingroom.
based on this, i wouldnt say he is getting a tune out of them, they are just a bit further ahead and are probably fielding close to full strength each game
tyrone are obsessed with trophies apparently, even challenge games they want them all on the wall