Sixmilebridge

Founded 1904

Co. Clare

Mixed Luck for U21 Teams

Mullane

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Sixmilebridge 0-16 Tulla 0-15

Our U21A team were lucky to escape from Clonlara with a single point victory over Tulla in the quarter final of the championship today. Tommy Liddy's charges left it late to get over the line with a pointed free from Jack Corry leveling matters in injury time before Luke Keogh shot the winner to see the 'Bridge progress to a meeting with Inagh/Kilnamona.

Half Time: Tulla 0-08 SMB 0-06

Scorers: J Corry (0-09 9f), L Keogh (0-02), P Corry (0-02), C Hassett (0-01), L O’Halloran (0-01), T Agnew (0-01 1f).

Team:

Shane Whyte;

Adam Breen, Christy Carey, Storm Devanney;

Dylan Downes, Tiarnan Agnew, Leon Kelly;

Luke Keogh, Jordan Downes;

Matthew Hurley, Ciarán Hassett, Paul Corry

Jack Corry, Sean McNamara, Jake Dineen.

Subs: Luke O’Halloran for Hurley; Conor Flynn for Dineen.

Whitegate 4-19 Sixmilebridge 2-11

Our second U21 team faced off against An Geata Bán in Ballyline this afternoon and were chasing the game from the first whistle as the winners got off to a flying to start with 2 early goals to to lead 4-10 to 0-05 at half time. The 'Bridge who were fielding an extremely youthful side tore into the game in the second half and outscored their opponents 2-06 to 0-09, but it was all too late in the end. This game will prove to be a valuable game for this young team most of which experienced adult hurling for the first time and well done to all involved in management where fielding 2 teams at this grade bodes well for the future.

Team:

Eric Purcell;

Eanna Chaplin, Morgan O Connell;

Conor Morey, Evan Murphy, Darragh Toomey;

Colm Flynn, Michael Carey;

Evan O Callaghan, Colin Kelly, Davy Kennedy;

Adam Murray, Darragh Casey

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