The McGrath cup is heading back to Glen Rovers for the fourth time since the Premier Minor County championship was created.
— Rebel Og (@RebelOg_) September 11, 2017
Glen Rovers had five points to spare over Midleton in the decider on Monday night.
In the build up to this game, both teams had great semi-finals wins with Midleton beating Duhallow and Glen getting over city rivals Douglas.
Congrats to Glen Rovers minor team – super team performance to win county title tonite In P ui Rinn
— Tomas Mulcahy (@tomas_mulcahy) September 11, 2017
Played in Paric Ui Rinn, Glen got the opening score, and once they took the lead, it was a lead they held for the entire match.
Happy days pic.twitter.com/bgvuVFROYw
— St. Nick's GAA (@nicksgaa) September 11, 2017
Both teams had their chances in both halts to take their scores but this night belong to the Glen as they ran out winners on a score of Glen Rovers 0-19, Midleton 1-11.
Premier Minor County Hurling Champions
Well done to Our Minors Team on A Superb Victory Over Midleton 0-19 to… https://t.co/KYiI8WOplK
— Glen Rovers (@GlenRovers_) September 11, 2017