Schools Hurling 2021/22

HurlingFan19

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Dr Harty Cup first round (November 10): A) Ardscoil Rís v Nenagh CBS,
B) Thurles CBS v St Flannan’s College Ennis,
C) Blackwater CS v St Colman’s College Fermoy,
D) St Joseph’s Tulla v De La Salle Waterford,
E) Midleton CBS v CBC Cork,
F) Cashel CS v Our Lady’s Secondary School Templemore

Second round (November 24): Winner F v Loser B,
Winner B v Loser F,
Loser A v Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG,
Winner C v Loser D,
Loser C v Loser E (Winners A, D, E advance to quarter-finals on January 8).

Expecting some good showings from the Cork schools this year. Colmans will be backboned from the 2019 Dean Ryan Cup side, and CBC and Midleton CBS should also have very strong sides, going off their numbers involved with the Cork Minor team this year.
 

HurlingFan19

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In the Dean Ryan Cup today, Midleton beat St Flannans 1.19 to 1.11, and Colmans beat Thurles CBS 5.16 to 1.09. I couldn't find a result for the CBC game on twitter.
Edit: CBC are playing Friday.
 
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Mini rebel

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Just checked the Munster PPS website and it has Flannans the winners, however I'm seeing on twitter that Midleton won.

The munsterpps website now has the correct flannans 1-19 to Midleton 1-11. Initially they had it the opposite way round. Flannans were much the better team. Midleton really struggled up front.

Chritians are playing ard scoil friday in the glen
 

Red Rebel 1

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Midleton CBS had a fairly young team out v Flannans yesterday. This crop would always have been the best in Munster but the U16 1/2 age of Dean Ryan meant they were short most of their better 2005 players who were born earlier in the year. Flannans had some wonderful hurlers though and were well deserving of the win.
 

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