Corn Uí Mhuirí squad lists and fixtures: Dingle go for five in a row

Three Kerry schools compete in last eight as Pobalscoil SL Rathmore make their bow

Pobscoil Chorca Dhuibhne trainer and former Kerry footballer Tommy Griffin celebrates with his team after winning the Hogan Cup last year. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Pobscoil Chorca Dhuibhne trainer and former Kerry footballer Tommy Griffin celebrates with his team after winning the Hogan Cup last year. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

 

Corn Uí Mhuirí

Name of school: PS SL Rathmore

Coaches: Paud O Donoghue, Denis Moynihan, Liam Murphy, Donal Cremin

Captain: DJ Murphy

How school performed in last year’s championship: This is the school’s first time in Corn Ui Mhuiri

Squad(* for those who played last year): J Cronin, T Fleming, DJ Murphy, D O’Callaghan, P Warren, C O’Connor, D Cronin, C O’Connor, JJ Herlihy, D Moynihan, B Friel, J Brosnan, D Fitzgerald, I Roche, S O’Sullivan, F Jacobs, M Ryan, J O’Leary, H Cronin, S Twomey, T Sheahan, C O’Leary, I Cremin, M Mahoney, B Crowley, L Sugrue, S Lucey, D Twomey, D O’Connor, G O’Leary, M Doyle, M Fleming.

Prospects/county players: Centre back Connie O’Connor, midfielders Mark Ryan and Ciaran O’Connor, centre forward Brian Friel and corner forward Dean Fitzgerald are all currently in with the Kerry minors.

Name of school: High School CBS Clonmel

Coaches: Tony Gleeson, David Nugent

Captain: Stephen Ryan

How school performed in last year’s championship: Beaten in the quarter-finals by St Brendan’s Killarney by three points.

Squad(* for those who played last year): A Tobin, M O’Reilly, G Ryan, J Mulcahy, L Fogarty, R Kennedy, K Peters*, G Whelan, S Egan, M Kehoe*, E Hoctor, M Hogan, C Boland, D Ryan, D Slattery. A Peters, A O’Ceallaigh, C Power, J Brennan, S Martin, M Stokes, S Kennedy, L Cooney, M Barlow, D Bolger, M Barlow, S O’Meara, B Owens, C O’Sullivan, M Gibbs.

Prospects/county players: Mark Kehoe, Kyle Peters, and Martin Gibbs are all county underage players.

Name of school: St. Flannan’s College, Ennis

Coaches: Darragh Kelly, John Conole, Craig O Brien

Captain: Peter Collins

How school performed in last year’s championship: Didn’t qualify from group

Squad(* for those who played last year):

E Campbell*, P Collins*, D Crimmins*,M Crowe, R Hayes, E O’Connor, T Hannon*, M Nugent, R Crimmins*, C Lynch *, C Mullins, C Donnelly, G Cooney, R Jennings*, D Duggan*, P Honan, S Collins, E Keane, S Kennedy*, M Gavin, G Cahill, R Cahill, I Molloy, C Mcneilis, A Kennedy, K Shea, C Clancy, N Galvin, P Casey, J Hannon.

Prospects/county players: Eanna O’Connor, Tom Hannon, Gavin Cooney are the key men

Name of school: St Brendan’s , Killarney

Coaches: Garry McGrath, Arthur FitzGerald and Hugh Rudden

Captain: Dan O’Brien

How school performed in last year’s championship: Reached the Semi final of the Corn Uí Mhuirí

Squad(* for those who played last year):

C Callaghan, D Carroll*, M Casey, D Clifford*, B Coppinger, B Courtney*, W Courtney*, C Courtney, E Cronin*, N Donohoe, C Flynn, C Gammell, M Harnett, P McCarthy, D Moynihan*, F Murphy, D Naughton*, D O’Brien*, L O’Donoghue, C O’Donoghue, J O’Donoghue, M O’Shea, A O’Shea, C O’Shea, D O’Sullivan, M Pierce, M Potts, D Shaw, D Spillane.

Prospects/county players: The players on the Kerry Minor panel last year were Dan O’Brien, Billy Courtney, Evan Cronin and David Shaw.

Name of school: Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne

Coaches: Ciarán Ó Móráin, Tomás Ó Grifín, Seán Ó Flannúra, Uinseann Ó Flannúra

Captain: Seán Ó Lúing

How school performed in last year’s championship: Fourth Corn Uí Mhuirí on the trot and a second Hogan Cup in succession

Squad: D Uosis, B Ó Conchúir, M Ó Baoill, S Ó Catháin, T Breathnach,T Ó Súilleabháin, R Ó Mainín, S Ó Lúing, P Pól Sauerland, M Ághas, C Ó Géibheannaigh, L Ó Bambaire, T Mac an tSíthigh, P Óigí Ó Sé, M Ó Beoláin, E Ó Brosnacháin, G Ó Leidhinn, F Sauerland, C Firtéar, F Ó Cuanaigh, N Ó Géibheannaigh, S Ó Flaithbheartaigh, S Ó Núnáin, A Ó Muircheartaigh, T Ó Dubháin, S Ó Cinnéide, L Ó Conaill, J Ó Grifín, R de Brún, J Mac an tSíthigh, F Dáibhis, S Ó Bambaire, R Mac Cárthaigh.

Prospects/county players: Conchuir Ó Géibheannaigh and Tomás Ó Súilleabháin were members of last year’s victorious Kerry Minor team

Name of school: St Francis Col Rochestown

Coaches: Liam O Murchu, Liam Sheehan, Eamonn Hennessy

Captain: Sean Powter

How school performed in last year’s championship: Reached the Corn Ui Mhuiri final, beaten by Dingle after a replay.

Squad: D Andrews, S Collins, J Cashman, C Cormack, C Denn, E Ryle, B Flahive, J Golden, L Grainger, S Hilliard, J Holland, S Kingston, J Lyons, M McAuliffe, N Montgomery, D Murphy, C Russell, E O’Brien, R O’Colmain, K O’Donovan, D O’Keefe, C O’Mahony, C Ryan, S Powter, N Quirke, E Riordan, J Ryan, D Stack, B Turnbull, N Walsh, B Powter, L O’Sullivan, D Harrington.

Prospects/county players: Nathan Walsh, Cian Denn and Kevin O Donovan are all Cork minors

Name of school: Colaiste Cholim Ballincollig

Coaches: John O’Shea and Darren Farry

Captain: Eoin O’ Shea

How school performed in last year’s championship: Group stages

Squad: E Curzon, W Ronan, R McCarthy, L Fahy, F Warren, J Lordan, K Crowley, E O’Reilly, G O’Donoghue, R Bourke, C O’Callaghan, E O’Shea, A O’Connell, M Whelan, S Warren, C Bennett, A O’Doherty, K O’Riordan, S Flanagan, D Courtney, B Hurley, P Dineen, M O’Connell, J O’Sullivan, J Murphy, J Linehan, B O’Connor.

Prospects/county players: Colm O’Callaghan, Eoin O’Reilly and Gearoid O’Donoghue are Cork minors, Rob Bourke is a Cork minor hurler.

Quarter Finals Fixtures

A - PS SL Rathmore V St Flannans College Ennis - January 20th

B - St Brendans V Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne - January 20th

C - St Francis Col Rochestown V Clonakilty CC - January 20th

D - Col Cholim Ballincollig V High School Clonmel - January 20th

Semi Finals Fixtures

Winner A V Winner B - February 6th

Winner C V Winner D - February 6th

Final - February 27th

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