U21HC 'B' quarter-finals: wins for Meath, Kerry and Wicklow

August 12, 2017

Meath's Mickey Cullen with Daniel Huane Mayo during the All Ireland U21 B hurling quarter final at Lomans Park Trim.

Meath, Kerry and Wicklow all won their All-Ireland U21HC 'B' quarter-finals today.

Meath ran out comfortable 2-19 to 0-11 winners over Mayo at Trim. Josh Wall topped the scoring for the Royals with six points.

Kerry gave an exhibition of score-taking at Dr Hyde Park earlier as they overcame Donegal on a 0-25 to 1-9 scoreline. Shane Conway, Barry O'Sullivan, John Buckley, Jordan Brick and Brandon Barrett were among the scorers for the Kingdom.

Finally, Wicklow racked up an impressive 4-17 on their way to victory over Roscommon who finished with 0-16.

Meath - C Ennis; C McNally, I Hughes, Ronan Ryan; P Slevin, D Kelly, J McCluskey; L Moran, M Slevin (0-1); J Wall (0-6), P Farrell (0-1), C Kearney (0-2f); Ross Ryan (1-2), M Cullen (1-2), E O Donnchadh (0-1). Subs: S O'Hanrahan (0-4) for P Farrell, D Brogan for M Slevin, S Gibbons for C Kearney, B Rickard for M Cullen, S McCann for P Slevin.

Mayo - M Parson; A Henry, M Philips, D Huane; C Gardiner, S Mulroy (0-1), C Murray; B Peoples (0-3), J Gallagher; J Lydon (0-1), D Freyne, R Egan (0-1); S Kenny (0-5f), B Douglas, R Kilbane. Subs: L Hurley for B Douglas, J Geraghty for R Kilbane, S Geraghty for R Egan, S Brogan for D Freyne.

Referee - P Murphy.


Wicklow - C Staunton; M Gilbert, S Maloney, O Furlong; T Healy, M Traynor (0-2f), L Benville; C Whitmore (0-3), C Moorehouse; A Meade, P Doyle (1-2, 0-1f), E Donohoe (0-5f); S Germaine (2-2, 0-1f), M Boland (0-3), J Doyle (1-0). Subs: S Hughes for M Gilbert, G Hughes for A Meade, J House for M Traynor, C Doyle for T Healy.

Roscommon - A Clogher; T Treacy, J Fitzsimons, J Mulry; E Costello, M Beirne, A O'Riordan; G Keenan (0-1), C Mahony; J Brennan (0-1), R Kilcline (0-2), D Keaveney; D Glynn (0-11, 8f), J Martin (0-1f), J Murray. Subs: J Donoghue for A O'Riordan, B Lawlor for D Keaveney, J Curley for J Murray.

Referee - G McGrath.

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