Today's Junior A & U21 A Hurling Championship Finals   05/11/2017

U21 A Hurling Championship Final
Sunday November 5th
Fermoy v Inniscarra
@ Pairc Ui Rinn @ 1.30pm
Referee:  Ger Scully (Killeagh)

Paths to Final
Fermoy 0-28 Na Piarsaigh 1-7 - Semi-Final

Inniscarra 3-13 Castlelyons 2-10 - Semi-Final

Fermoy are seeking their second County U21 Hurling Championship title while Inniscarra are seeking their first.

A new  cup will be presented to the winners of the U21 A Hurling Championship which will be known as the Seamus O Sáirséil Cup 

To view previous winners of the U21A Hurling championship click here

Junior  A Hurling Championship Final
Sunday November 5th
Brian Dillons v St Catherines
@ Pairc Ui Rinn @ 3.30pm
Referee:  Justin Murphy (Castletownroche)

Paths to Final
Brian Dillons 0-26 Nemo Rangers 2-14 - Semi-Final
Brian Dillons 1-19 Dromina 0-9 - Quarter-Final
Brian Dillons 2-10 Banteer 1-15 - Round 1

St Catherines 3-17 Russell Rovers 2-10 - Semi-Final
St Catherines 2-12 Tracton 1-3 - Round 1

Both clubs are seeking their second win in this championship. Brian Dillons have previously contested the 1938, 1965, 2012 & 2012 replay finals with success in 1938 while St Catherines have contested 1981 & 1983 finals with success in 1983.

The cup presented to the winners of the Junior A Hurling Championship is the John Quirke Cup 

To view previous winners of the Junior A Hurling championship click here

John Quirke Cup - Junior A Hurling Championship
A Blackrock clubman, Johnny Quirke (1911-1983)  played for Cork during the 1930/40s and was part of the great four-in-a-row team. Regarded as one of the best hurlers Cork ever produced, He served as a Cork selector for many years and was deeply involved with his beloved Blackrock.  He played hurling with his local club Blackrock and was a member of the Cork senior inter-county team from 1932 until 1946. Quirke's selection on the Cork Hurling Team of the Century cements his reputation as one of his county's greatest-ever players. 

Car Insurance Ireland
site designed & developed by