2017–18 All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship

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All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship 2017–18
Championship Details
Dates 8 October 2017 – 24 March 2018
Teams 17
All Ireland Champions
Winners Cuala (2nd win)
Captain Paul Schutte
Manager Mattie Kenny
All Ireland Runners-up
Runners-up Na Piarsaigh
Captain Cathal King
Manager Shane O'Neill
Provincial Champions
Munster Na Piarsaigh
Leinster Cuala
Ulster Slaughtneil
Connacht Not Played
Championship Statistics
Matches Played 17
Total Goals 45
Total Points 545
Top Scorer David Treacy (0-44)
2016-17
2018-19

The 2017–18 All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship was the 48th staging of the All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship, the Gaelic Athletic Association's premier inter-county club hurling tournament. The championship began on 8 October 2017 and ended on 24 March 2018.

Cuala of Dublin were the defending champions.[1] Liam Mellows of Galway and Dicksboro of Kilkenny returned to the championship after long absences.

On 24 March 2018, Cuala won the championship following a 2-17 to 1-17 defeat of Na Piarsaigh in a replay of the All-Ireland final.[2] This was their second successive All-Ireland title.

Cuala's David Treacy was the championship's top scorer with 0-44.

Format[edit]

County Championships

Ireland's counties play their county championships between their senior hurling clubs. Each county decides the format for determining their county champions. The format can be knockout, double-elimination, league, etc or a combination.

Only single club teams are allowed to enter the All-Ireland Club championship. If a team which is an amalgamation of two or more clubs or a university team wins a county's championship, a club team will represent that county in the provincial championship as determined by that county's championship rules (normally it is the club team that exited the championship at the highest stage).

Provincial Championships

Leinster, Munster and Ulster organise a provincial championship for their participating county champions. Connacht discontinued their senior club championship after 2007. They do organise intermediate and junior championships and are represented in the All-Ireland senior club semi-finals by the Galway champions. Some counties enter their senior clubs in the All-Ireland intermediate club championship (tier 2) as it is recognised that club hurling is weak in those counties.

All matches are knock-out. Two ten minute periods of extra time are played each way if it's a draw at the end of normal time.

All-Ireland

The two semi-finals are usually played on a Saturday in early February. The All-Ireland final is traditionally played in Croke Park on St. Patrick's Day, the 17th of March. All matches are knock-out. If it's a draw at the end of normal time in the semi-finals, two ten minute periods of extra time are played each way. If the final ends in a draw the match is replayed.

Initial Schedule

County championships April 2017 to November 2017
Provincial championships October 2017 to December 2017
All-Ireland semi-finals early February 2018
All-Ireland final 17 March 2018

Team Summaries[edit]

Team County Captain(s) Manager Most recent success
All-Ireland Provincial County
Border Ballygalget Border Down Ben Toner Paddy Monan 2005 2016 [3]
Border Ballygunner Border Waterford Shane Walsh Fergal Hartley 2001 2016
Border Blackrock Border Cork Stephen Murphy Fergal Ryan 1979 2002
Border Camross Border Laois Zane Keenan
Joe Phelan
Arien Delaney 1996 2016 [4]
Border Castletown Geoghegan Border Westmeath Liam Varley Éamonn Gallagher 2012 2016 [5]
Border Cuala Border Dublin Paul Schutte Mattie Kenny 2017 2016 2016
Border Dicksboro Border Kilkenny Ollie Walsh Mark Dowling 1993
Border Dunloy Border Antrim James McKeague Gregory O'Kane 2009 2009 [6]
Border Kilcormac/Killoughey Border Offaly Peter Healion Stephen Byrne 2012 2013 [7]
Border Liam Mellows Border Galway David Collins
Aonghus Callanan
Louis Mulqueen 1970 1970 [8]
Border Lisbellaw Border Fermanagh 2016
Border Mount Leinster Rangers Border Carlow Edward Coady Brendan Fennelly 2013 2013 [9]
Border Na Piarsaigh Border Limerick Cathal King Shane O'Neill 2016 2015 2015 [10]
Colours of Clare.svg Sixmilebridge Colours of Clare.svg Clare Páidí Fitzpatrick John O'Meara 1996 2000 2015
Border Slaughtneil Border Derry Chrissy McKaigue Michael McShane 2016 2016 [11]
Colours of Galway.svg St. Martin's Colours of Wexford.svg Wexford Patrick O'Connor
Ciarán Lyng
Tomás Codd 2008
Colours of Laois.svg Thurles Sarsfields Colours of Roscommon.svg Tipperary Pádraic Maher Tommy Maher 2012 2016 [12]

County Finals[edit]

Leinster County Finals[edit]

Carlow SHC

Mount Leinster Rangers 3-17 - 0-17 Naomh Eoin
Report
Referee: Pat Kehoe (Rathvilly)

Dublin SHC

28 October 2017
3:30 pm
Cuala 1-13 - 0-13 Kilmacud Crokes Parnell Park
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Finbar Gaffney (Na Fianna)
David Treacy 0-6 (0-4f, 1 '65), Darragh O'Connell 1-0, Con O'Callaghan 0-3, Colm Cronin 0-2, Colum Sheanon and Mark Schutte 0-1 each Report Oisin O'Rorke 0-7 (0-5f), Fergal Whitely 0-3, Ross O'Carroll, Lorcan McMullan, Sean McGrath 0-1 each

Kilkenny SHC

29 October 2017
3:15 pm
Dicksboro 4-15 - 4-10 James Stephens Nowlan Park
Attendance: 7,453
Referee: Michael O'Sullivan (Ballyhale Shamrocks)
Man of the Match: Robbie Fitzpatrick
Oisin Gough 2-0, Bill Sheehan 1-3, Shane Stapleton 0-5 (0-4f, 1 '65), Martin Gaffney 1-1, Ollie Walsh 0-2, Thomas Kenny, Aidan Nolan, Robbie Fitzpatrick, Paul O'Flynn 0-1 each Report David Walton 1-5 (0-5f), Luke Scanlon, Matthew Ruth, Tadhg Dwyer 1-1 each, Mikey Drennan 0-2

Laois SHC

Camross 3-14 - 1-19 Clough-Ballacolla
Report[1]
Referee: Anthony Stapleton (Rathdowney-Errill)

Offaly SHC

1 October 2017
3:45 pm
Kilcormac/Killoughey 2-16 - 1-16 St Rynagh's O'Connor Park, Tullamore
Attendance: 6,117
Referee: Richie Fitzsimons (Birr)
Man of the Match: Ciaran Slevin
Ciaran Slevin 1-7 (0-5f), Thomas Geraghty 1-1, Daniel Currams 0-3, Enda Grogan, Cillian Kiely (0-1f), James Gorman, Stephen Leonard, Peter Healion 0-1 each Report Stephen Quirke 0-7 (0-6f), Aidan Treacy 0-4 (0-3f, 1 '65), Sean Dolan 0-3, Joseph O'Connor 1-0, Ger Scales and Ronan Hughes 0-1 each

Westmeath SHC

Castletown Geoghegan 1-18 - 1-16 Raharney
Report
Referee: Mick Murtagh (The Downs)

Wexford SHC

22 October 2017
3:30 pm
St. Martin's 2-16 - 1-9 Oulart the Ballagh Wexford Park
Referee: James Owens (Kilrush/Askamore)
Man of the Match: Daithi Waters
Ciaran Lyng 1-2, Rory O'Connor 0-5 (0-4f), Joe O'Connor 1-1, Joe Coleman 0-3, Jake Firman 0-2, Daithi Waters, Paidi Kelly, Jack O'Connor 0-1 each Report Nicky Kirwan 0-6f, Garrett Sinnott 1-0, Kevin Sheridan, David Redmond, Rory Jacob 0-1 each

Munster County Finals[edit]

Clare SHC

15 October 2017
3:30 pm
Sixmilebridge 0-19 - 1-16 Clooney-Quin Cusack Park
Attendance: 5,455
Referee: Ambrose Heagney (Corofin)
Man of the Match: Keith Hogan
Jamie Shanahan 0-9 (0-3f, 2 '65), Seadna Morey 0-3, Brian Corry and Alex Morey (0-2f) 0-2 each, Caimin Morey, Shane Golden, Niall Giliigan 0-1 each Report Peter Duggan 0-10 (0-8f, 1 '65), Ronan O’Donnell 1-1, Fergal Lynch 0-1, Ryan Taylor and Michael Corry 0-2 each, Fergal Lynch 0-1

22 October 2017
3:30 pm
Replay
Sixmilebridge 1-20 - 1-14 Clooney-Quin Cusack Park
Attendance: 5,892
Referee: Rory Hickey (Éire Óg)
Man of the Match: Seadna Morey
Jamie Shanahan (0-3f) and Shane Golden 0-5 each, Brian Corry 1-1, Alan Mulready 0-3, Niall Gilligan 0-2, Aidan Quilligan, Conor Deasy, Cathal Malone, Cathal Lynch 0-1 each Report Peter Duggan 0-10 (0-6f, 2 '65, 1 sl), Michael Corry 1-1, Ryan Taylor, Fergal Lynch, Jimmy Corry 0-1 each

Cork SHC

22 October 2017
4:00 pm
Imokilly 3-13 - 0-18 Blackrock Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Attendance: 16,226
Referee: Colm Lyons (Nemo Rangers)
Man of the Match: Ger Millerick
Seamus Harnedy 1-1, William Leahy 0-4f, Cian Fleming and Brian Mulcahy 1-0, Mark O'Keeffe, Brain Lawton (1 sl), Paudie O'Sullivan 0-2 each, John Cronin and Ger Millerick 0-1 each Report[2] Michael O'Halloran 0-8 (0-6f), Alan O'Callaghan 0-3 (0-2f), Ciaran Cormack 0-2, David O'Farrell, Shane O'Keeffe, Ger Regan, Daniel Meaney, Tadgh Deasy 0-1 each

  • As Imokilly are an amalgamation team, Blackrock proceed to the Munster Club Championship

Limerick SHC

15 October 2017
3:30 pm
Na Piarsaigh 1-22 - 2-14 Kilmallock Gaelic Grounds
Referee: Donnacha O’Callaghan (Feohanagh)
Man of the Match: Adrian Breen
Adrian Breen 0-6, Shane Dowling 0-5f, David Dempsey 1-2, Kevin Downes 0-3, Ronan Lynch 0-2 (0-1f), Tommy Grimes, Alan Dempsey, David Breen, Peter Casey 0-1 each Report Graeme Mulcahy 1-4, Jake Mulcahy 1-1, Kevin O'Donnell 0-3, Eoin Ryan 0-2f, Paudie O'Brien, Gavin O'Mahony, Michael Houlihan, Robbie Hanley 0-1 each

Tipperary SHC

8 October 2017
3:30 pm
Thurles Sarsfields 1-24 - 0-11 Borris-Ileigh Semple Stadium
Attendance: 8,376
Referee: Fergal Horgan (Knockavilla Kickhams)
Man of the Match: Pádraic Maher
Aidan McCormack 0-9 (6f, 1 '65), Conor Stakelum 1-2, Billy McCarthy and Denis Maher 0-3 each, Pa Bourke and Lar Corbett 0-2 each, Ronan Maher, Pádraic Maher, Stephen Cahill 0-1 each Report Brendan Maher 0-5f, Dan McCormack 0-3, Liam Ryan 0-2, Kieran Maher 0-1

Waterford SHC

22 October 2017
3:00 pm
Ballygunner 2-18 - 0-16 De La Salle Walsh Park
Referee: Thomas O'Sullivan (Cappoquin)
Man of the Match: Philip Mahony
Pauric Mahony 0-9 (0-7f), Conor Power 2-0, David O'Sullivan 0-3, Brian O'Sullivan 0-2, Shane Walsh, Shane O'Sullivan, Peter Hogan, Billy O'Keefe 0-1 each Report Shane Ryan 0-8f, Jack Fagan 0-3 (0-1f, 1 sl), Kevin Moran, Paidi Nevin, Adam Farrell, John Mullane, Thomas Douglas (0-1f) 0-1 each

Ulster County Finals[edit]

Antrim SHC

Final
Dunloy 2-15 - 2-9 Cushendall
Paul Shiels 0-7 (6 frees, 1 ’65); Nigel Elliott 1-1; Conal Cunning 1-1; Eoin O’Neill 0-2; Gabriel McTaggart, Keelan Molloy, Nicky McKeague, Ally Dooey 0-1 each Report Conor Carson 1-2; Paddy Burke 1-0; Neil McManus 0-3 (3 frees); Fergus McCambridge 0-2; Paddy McGill & Eoghan Campbell 0-1
Referee: Mark O'Neill

Derry SHC

Final
Slaughtneil 2-18 - 0-14 Banagher
Brendan Rogers 0-7 (0-5f), Sé McGuigan and Brian Cassidy 1-1 each, Cormac O'Doherty 0-3 (0-1f), Sean Cassidy 0-2, Karl McKaigue, Shane McGuigan, Conor McAllister, Mark McGuigan 0-1 each Report Darragh Cartin 0-9f, Darragh McCloskey, Mark Lynch, Sean McCullagh, Shane Delaney, Shane Farren (0-1f) 0-1 each
Referee: Tarlach Conway (Ballinascreen)

Down SHC

Final
Ballygalget 2-13 - 2-12 Portaferry
Ballycran
Referee: Colin Murray

Galway County Final[edit]

Galway SHC

3 December 2017
2:00 pm
Liam Mellows 3-12 - 1-15 Gort Pearse Stadium, Salthill
Referee: Christy Browne
Man of the Match: Adrian Morrissey
Adrian Morrissey 0-8 (0-7f), Tadhg Haran 1-2 (0-2sl), Aonghus Callanan 1-1, Conor Kavanagh 1-0, Ronan Elwood 0-1. Report Aidan Helebert 0-10 (0-7f), Richard Cummins 1-0, Greg Lally 0-2 (0-2f), Albert Mullins 0-1, Jason Grealish 0-1, Kaelen Higgins 0-1.

Provincial Championships[edit]

Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship[edit]

Leinster Quarter-finals[edit]

5 November 2017
14:00
Quarter-final
Kilcormac/Killoughey 2-15 - 1-12 Castletown Geoghegan O'Connor Park, Tullamore
Referee: J Heffernan (Wexford)
Ciarán Slevin 0-8 (0-6f), Peter Healion and Daniel Currams 1-0 each, James Gorman 0-3, Cilian Kiely 0-2, Thomas Geraghty and Peter Geraghty 0-1 each Report Niall O'Brien 1-8 (1-0 pen, 0-3f, 1 sl), Shane Clavin 0-2, Joe Clarke and Plunkett Maxwell 0-1 each

5 November 2017
14:00
Quarter-final
Camross 0-13 - 0-19 Mount Leinster Rangers O'Moore Park
Referee: J Owens (Wexford)
Zane Keenan 0-8 (0-5f, 1 '65), Niall Holmes 0-2, Damien Keenan, Dean Delaney, Mark Dowling 0-1 each Report Denis Murphy 0-6 (0-4f), Chris Nolan 0-4 (0-1f), Ted Joyce 0-3, Paul Coady 0-2, Frank Foley (0-1f), Diarmid Byrne, Derek Byrne, John Coady 0-1 each

5 November 2017
14:00
Quarter-final
Cuala 2-20 - 1-16 Dicksboro Parnell Park
Referee: P Murphy (Carlow)
Man of the Match: Darragh O'Connell
David Treacy 0-9 (0-8f), Con O'Callaghan 1-3, Jake Malone 1-0, Colm Cronin 0-3, Nicky Kenny and Niall Carty 0-2 each, Darragh O'Connell 0-1 Report [3] Shane Stapleton 0-8 (0-5f, 3 '65), Stephen Farrell 1-0, Eoin Gough, Oisin Gough, Robbie Murphy 0-2 each, Ollie Walsh and Martin Gaffney 0-1 each

Leinster Semi-finals[edit]

19 November 2017
2:00 pm
Semi-final
Kilcormac/Killoughey 2-21 - 0-10 Mount Leinster Rangers O'Connor Park, Tullamore
Referee: J O'Brien (Laois)
James Gorman 1-5, Daniel Currams 1-3, Ciaran Slevin 0-5f, Conor Mahon 0-3, Peter Geraghty 0-2, Cillian Kiely, Thomas Geraghty, Stephen Leonard 0-1 each Report [4] Chris Nolan 0-4 (0-2f), Diarmuid Byrne 0-2 (0-1f), Paul Coady, Denis Murphy, Ted Joyce, Jon Nolan 0-1 each

19 November 2017
2:00 pm
Semi-final
Cuala 3-17 - 0-15 St. Martin's Parnell Park
Referee: David Hughes (Erin's Own Bagenalstown)
Man of the Match: Con O'Callaghan
David Treacy 0-6 (0-4f, 1 '65), Con O'Callaghan 1-3, Jake Malone and Colm Cronin 1-1 each, Nicky Kenny 0-3, Colum Sheanon, Niall Carty, Brian Fitzgerald 0-1 each Report Joe Coleman 0-11 (0-8f, 1 sl), Daithi Waters, Joe O'Connor, Jack O'Connor, Darren Codd 0-1 each

Leinster Final[edit]

3 December 2017
2:00 pm
Final
Cuala 1-23 - 1-09 Kilcormac/Killoughey O'Moore Park
Attendance: 3,344
Referee: S Cleere (Kilkenny)
Man of the Match: Seán Moran
D Treacy 0-10 (0-9f, 1 '65), C O'Callaghan 1-2, C Cronin and C Sheanon 0-3 each, D O'Connell 0-2 (0-1f), J Malone, C Waldron, B Fitzgerald 0-1 each Report C Slevin 0-4 (0-3f), C Mahon 1-0, T Geraghty and P Geraghty 0-2 each, D Currams 0-1

Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship[edit]

Munster Quarter-final[edit]

29 October 2017
14:00
Quarter-final
Ballygunner 1-21 - 1-19
(aet)
Thurles Sarsfields Walsh Park, Waterford
Attendance: 2,864
Referee: C Lyons (Nemo Rangers)
P Mahony (1-11, 1-6 frees); P Hogan, D. O'Sullivan (0-2 each); Brian O'Sullivan, Barry O'Sullivan, C Power, S O'Sullivan, D Walsh, JJ Hutchinson (0-1 each). Report L Corbett (0-4); C Stakelum (1-0); D Maher, A McCormack (0-1 free), P Bourke (0-2 frees) (0-3 each); P Maher, S Lillis (0-2 each); S Cahill, B McCarthy (0-1 each).

Munster Semi-finals[edit]

5 November 2017
14:00
Semi-final
Ballygunner 1-18 - 1-17 Sixmilebridge Walsh Park, Waterford
Attendance: 2,490
Referee: J Murphy (Limerick)
P Mahony 0-11 (0-9f, 1 '65), JJ Hutchinson 1-3, B O'Keefe 0-3, S O'Sullivan 0-1 Report J Shanahan 0-9 (0-6f), S Morey 1-0, N Gilligan 0-2, C Deasy, C Malone, A Morey, B Corry, S Golden, A Mulready 0-1 each

5 November 2017
14:00
Semi-final
Na Piarsaigh 2-26 - 0-10 Blackrock Gaelic Grounds
Attendance: 1,326
Referee: J Ryan (Tipperary)
R Lynch 0-15 (0-9f, 2 '65, 1 sl), P Casey 1-3, A Breen 0-3, D Breen 1-0, N Buckley, W O'Donoghue, C Boylan, K Downes, K Ryan 0-1 each Report M O'Halloran 0-4f, D O'Farrell, D Cashman, A O'Callaghan, G Regan, J O’Sullivan, L O’Sullivan 0-1 each

Munster Final[edit]

19 November 2017
14:00
Final
Na Piarsaigh 3-15 - 2-10 Ballygunner Semple Stadium, Thurles
Attendance: 3,319
Referee: R McGann (Clare)
Man of the Match: Adrian Breen
A Breen 1-5, D Breen 2-0, R Lynch (2 sl, 1 '65) and P Casey 0-3 each, K Downes 0-2, T Grimes and C Boylan 0-1 each Report P Hogan 1-2, B O’Keeffe 0-4 (0-1f), C Power 1-0, D O’Sullivan and P Mahony (0-1f) 0-2 each

Ulster Senior Club Hurling Championship[edit]

Ulster Semi-finals[edit]

8 October 2017
14:30
Semi-final
Slaughtneil 1-18 – 2-08 Dunloy Owenbeg, Dungiven
Attendance: 6,142
Referee: James Clarke (Cavan)
Man of the Match: Gerald Bradley
Cormac O'Doherty 0-11 (0-5f, 1 '65), Brendan Rodgers 1-2, Brian Cassidy 0-2, Chrissy McKaigue, Gerald Bradley, Sé McGuigan 0-1 each Report Paul Shiels 1-4 (0-4f), Nigel Elliott 1-0, Gabriel McTaggert, Keelan Molloy, Eoin O'Neill, Nicky McKeague (0-1f) 0-1 each

8 October 2017
14:30
Semi-final
Ballygalget 2-26 - 0-08 Lisbellaw Corrigan Park, Belfast
Referee: B Winters (Tyrone)
C Bailie (1-6, 2f), D Toner (0-5), M Fisher (0-4, 2f); C Coulter (0-4, 2f), D Doran (1-0), D McManus (0-2), G Johnston (0-2f), J Doran (0-1); J McManus (0-1), C Doran (0-1). Report R Bogue (0-4, 1f, 0-1 sideline), S Corrigan (0-3f), D Bannon (0-1)

Ulster Final[edit]

22 October 2017
16:00
Final
Slaughtneil 2-21 - 1-12 Ballygalget Athletic Grounds, Armagh
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Colum Cunning (Dunloy)
Man of the Match: Karl McKaigue
Cormac O'Doherty 1-10 (0-7f, 2 '65), Brian Cassidy 0-4, Sean Cassidy 1-0, Karl McKaigue 0-3, Brendan Rogers 0-2, Conor McAllister and Gerald Bradley 0-1 each Report G Johnston 0-8 (0-7f), C Bailie 1-0, M Fisher and D Toner 0-2 each

All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship[edit]

All-Ireland Semi-finals[edit]

Semi-final
Na Piarsaigh 3-15 - 3-08 Slaughtneil
R Lynch (0-14, 0-11f), C Boylan (1-00), S Dowling (1-00), K Downes (1-00), P Casey (0-01). Report C O'Doherty (1-03, 1-00pen, 0-02f), B Cassidy (1-02), G Bradley (1-0), C McKaigue (0-01), M McGrath (0-01), B Rodgers (0-01).
Referee: John Keenan (Wicklow)
Semi-final
Cuala 1-17 - 0-11 Liam Mellows
D Treacy 0-7 (4f, 1 ’65), Con O'Callaghan 0-4, B Fitzgerald 1-0, M Schutte, D O'Connell, S Treacy, C Sheanon, N Kenny, N Carty 0-1 each. Report A Morrissey 0-7 (7f), A Callanan 0-2, C Kavanagh, T Haran (f) 0-1 each.
Referee: Paud O'Dwyer (Carlow)

All-Ireland Final[edit]

Na Piarsaigh 2-19 - 1-22
(aet)
Cuala
S Dowling 0-6 (4f), P Casey 1-2, A Breen, K Downes 0-4 each, D Breen 1-1, D Dempsey 0-2. Report D Treacy 0-12 (12f), S Treacy 0-3, S Moran 1-0 (pen), D O’Connell, C Cronin, C Sheanon, M Schütte, Con O’Callaghan, N Kenny 0-1 each.
Referee: Colm Lyons (Nemo Rangers)

All-Ireland Final Replay[edit]

Na Piarsaigh 1-17 - 2-17 Cuala
S Dowling 0-5 (0-4f), A Breen 0-5, K Downes 0-2, P Casey 0-2, J Boylan 0-1, G Brown 0-1, D Dempsey 0-1. Report D Treacy 0-9 (0-7f, 0-1 65), M Schutte 1-2, N Kenny 1-0 C O’Callaghan 0-2, J Malone 0-1, J Sheanon 0-1, S Moran 0-1 (0-1f), D O’Connell 0-1.
Referee: Paud O'Dwyer (Carlow)

Top scorers[edit]

Overall
Rank Player Club Tally Total Matches Average
1 David Treacy Cuala 0-53 53 6 8.83
2 Ronan Lynch Na Piarsaigh 0-32 32 5 6.40
3 Cormac O'Doherty Slaughtneil 2-24 30 3 10.00
4 Pauric Mahony Ballygunner 1-24 27 3 9.00
5 Con O'Callaghan Cuala 3-15 24 6 4.00
6 Adrian Breen Na Piarsaigh 1-17 20 5 4.00
7 Peter Casey Na Piarsaigh 2-11 17 5 3.40
Ciarán Slevin Kilcormac/Killoughey 0-17 17 3 5.66
8 Shane Dowling Na Piarsaigh 1-11 14 3 4.66
9 Caolan Bailie Ballygalget 2-06 12 2 6.00
Kevin Downes Na Piarsaigh 1-09 12 5 2.40
Single game
Rank Player Club Tally Total Opposition
1 Ronan Lynch Na Piarsaigh 0-15 15 Blackrock
2 Pauric Mahony Ballygunner 1-11 14 Thurles Sarsfields
Ronan Lynch Na Piarsaigh 0-14 14 Slaughtneil
3 Cormac O'Doherty Slaughtneil 1-10 13 Ballygalget
4 David Treacy Cuala 0-12 12 Na Piarsaigh
5 Niall O'Brien Castletown Geoghegan 1-08 11 Kilcormac/Killoughey
Cormac O'Doherty Slaughtneil 0-11 11 Dunloy
Pauric Mahony Ballygunner 0-11 11 Sixmilebridge
Joe Coleman St. Martin's 0-11 11 Cuala
6 David Treacy Cuala 0-10 10 Kilcormac/Killoughey

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