Premier Minor Hurling Championship Round 1 takes place

  • Jul 11,2017

The second night of Rebel Og Premier Minor Championship took place on Wednesday night, with five games down for decision.

The final Premier 1 game was the meeting of Douglas and Duhallow. A very strong Douglas side played an hard working Duhallow team that were well beaten on the night. Duhallow will now join loser round pot for the draw on Thursday night.

In the Premier two, a titanic battle between St.Finbarrs and Blackrock took place in Ballinlough. The clash of the City sides went to the wire with Blackrock coming out on top despite the hard work from the Barrs who pushed them all the way to the end.

Ballincollig had six points to spare over Carrigaline in their open game, both teams pulled off some exceptional  scores during the game. Inniscarra raised the green flag on three occasions on their way to victory over Mallow, in the nights final game, Shandrum beat Eire Og by nine points as the booked their place in the winners round of the championship.

Full results are below.

Wednesday 12th July 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Duhallow  1-3 Douglas  7- 23

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship

Eire Og 2- 14 Shandrum  2- 23

Carrigaline 2- 11 Ballincollig 0- 23

St Finbarrs  2- 12 Blackrock  1-16

Mallow 0- 10 Inniscarra  3- 10

CARRIGALINE COURT HOTEL FE 18 P2 HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
 Round 1  
AEire Og 2-14vShandrum 2-23
BCarrigaline 2-11vBallincollig 0-23
CSt Finbarr’s 2-12vBlackrock 1-16
DMallow 0-10vInniscarra 3-10
 Loser Round  
EEire OgvCarrigaline
FSt Finbarr’svMallow
 Winners Round  
GShandrumvBallincollig
HBlackrockvInniscarra

 

Wednesday 12th July 2017 fixture list

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Duhallow  v Douglas At Mallow @ 19:30

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship

Eire Og  v Shandrum  At Mournabbey  @ 19:30

Carrigaline   v Ballincollig At Ballygarvan   @ 19:30

St Finbarrs 2-12 v Blackrock 1-16

Mallow   v Inniscarra   At Blarney @ 19:30

Full Championship Draws in Premier Minor Hurling http://rebelog.ie/pmhc/ 

Opening games take place in Premier Minor Hurling Championship

The opening games in the Carrigaline Court Hotel Premier 1 Rebel Og Minor Hurling Championship took place on Tuesday night.

Full coverage will be on Wednesday Evening Echo and updates on 96fm and C103.

County champions Na Piarsaigh opened their account with a win over Blarney in Delaney’s. Led by Blake Murphy and Evan Sheehan they ran out winners by 12 points. Cork Minor hurling captain Sean O'Leary Hayes led Midleton to an 8 point win over Glen Rovers in UCC Maradyke. In the opening game of the night Sars beat Bishopstown by 17 points on their way to booking their place in round 3 of the championship.

In the Premier 2a competition, Carrigtwohill, Fermoy, Killeagh/Itas and Fr.O’Neills booked their place in Round three winners play-off following their wins tonight.

Carrigtwohill raised four green flags during their game with Valleys winning 4-16 to 2-4. Fermoy and Ballinhassig was a close contest before the North Cork side pulled away winning 2-12 to 2-7.

Four goals for Killeagh-Itas helped them on their way to victory over Sliabh Rua and Fr.O’Neills raised 17 white flags as they beat Aghabullogue in their opening game.

The Results in Full

Tuesday 11th July 2017

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Sarsfields  2- 21 Bishopstown  1- 7

Blarney 1- 9 Na Piarsaigh 2- 21

Glen Rovers 1- 14 Midleton 1- 22

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship

Valley Rovers 2- 4 Carrigtwohill 4- 16

Fermoy 2- 12 Ballinhassig 2- 7

Sliabh Rua 1- 8 Killeagh/Itas  4- 7

Fr O Neills 4- 17 Aghabullogue  1- 8

 

Premier 1 Draw update

One more Round 1 game will take place on Wednesday night with the meeting of Duhallow and Douglas game that is taking place in Mallow at 7:30pm.

The winner of this will go to Round three while the loser of this game along with  Tuesday night beaten Round 1 sides Glen Rovers, Blarney and Bishopstown. Carbery who got a bye in Round 1 will be in the Pot for Round 2. Four teams will be drawn out with Carbery already selected as one of the teams, the fifth team will get a bye to Round Three.

The Draw will take place on Thursday night at Rebel Og Central board meeting. Details will be posted on www.rebelog.ie as soon as the draw is made.

Premier 2a Draw update following Tuesday Nights games. 

Following Tuesdays Premier 2a games, the four winning teams have moved to Round 2 winners group. They will now play-off for a place in the County Semi-Final, with the losers of this round going to the Q-Finals.

On the other side of the draw, the four losing teams from Round 1 will go to Round 2 Losers group where they will place off for a place in the Q-Final of the competition.

Below is full details of the draw.

Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship
Round 1
Valley Rovers 2-4vCarrigtwohill 4-16
Fermoy 2-12vBallinhassig 2-7
Sliabh Rua 1-8vKilleagh Itas 4-7
Fr O'Neills 4-17vAghabullogue 1-8
   
   
27-Jul  
Loser Round 2
Valley RoversvBallinhassig
Sliabh RuavAghabullogue
Winners Round 2
CarrigtwohillvFermoy
Killeagh/ItasvFr.O'Neills

 

 



Tuesday 11th July 2017


 

Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Sarsfield  v Bishopstown  At UCC Mardyke  @ 18:30

Blarney  v Na Piarsaigh At Delanys  @ 19:30

Glen Rovers v Midleton    At UCC Mardyke  @ 20:00


Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 Hurling P2A Championship

Valley Rovers v Carrigtwohill At Ovens @ 19:30

Fermoy  v Ballinhassig  At Carrigaline  @ 19:30

Sliabh Rua  v Killeagh/Itas   At Cobh @ 19:30

Fr O Neills  v Aghabullogue At Mayfield  @ 19:30

Wednesday 12th July 2017


Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P1 Hurling Championship

Duhallow  v Douglas At Mallow @ 19:30


Carrigaline Court Hotel Fe 18 P2 Hurling Championship

Eire Og  v Shandrum  At Mournabbey  @ 19:30

Carrigaline   v Ballincollig At Ballygarvan   @ 19:30

St Finbarrs v Blackrock  At Ballinlough  @ 19:30

Mallow   v Inniscarra   At Blarney @ 19:30