Weekend Match Reports February 2nd & 3rd, 2019

  • February 7, 2019


Killorglin/Iveragh played Killarney in Ballymalis on Sunday the 3rd.
Both teams started  strong but it was Killarney who crossed the white wash for the first try unconverted.
Killorglin/Iveragh regrouped and from the kick off put pressure on Killarney with some good rucking and forwards play got the ball out to the backs with some fast passing got Noah Diosee over for his first try of the season unconverted.
Killarney kicked off, again Killorglin/Iveragh put pressure on with fast hands got the ball to Conall Cournane who got over the line for our Killorglin/Iveraghs 2nd try just before half-time. The  score at halftime was 10 to 5 to Killorglin/Iveragh.
Killorglin/Iveragh kicked off the 2nd half and again with some good forwards work by Shane Moriarty and Cillian Riordan who turned over the ball, Adam Casey made some good yards with the help of the rest of the forwards got good ball to the backs and again with fast hands saw Noah Diosee over for his second try converted by Conall Cournane.
Killarney kicked off and with some hard rucking turn over the ball scoring a try in the corner just before full time .
Every of the player played really well and put in a big effort to come away with a big win on a score of 17 to 10
Killorglin/Iveragh would like to thank Killarney for a good game and also Ger and Liz Tagney and the Faha Court for the lovely food after


Killorglin U16s remain unbeaten in the pan Munster bowl following a third round victory over Thurles on Saturday afternoon at Ballymalis.  The game featured controlled play from the home pack, marshaled by Aona O’Shea at scrum half, and exciting attacking from wingers Derry OSullivan and Ruari Dorrian. Final score Killorglin 12 Thurles 0. Conall Whelan 2 tries, James Byrne 1 con.

Team U16s v Thurles

Team: Joe Cronin Langham, Ruari Dorrian, Darragh Mangan, Donncha Crowley, Derry OSullivan, James Byrne (c) Aona O’Shea, Jack OLeary. Peadar Whelan, Rudy Glinwood, Cathal Daly, JP Courtney, James Prendiville, Jack O’Brien, Conall Whelan. Subs: Kevin OCallaghan, Dylan McDonough, Fergal O’Shea, Shane OConnor


Munster Junior Bowl Semi-Final
Ennis 23 Killorglin 13
Killorglin traveled to Ennis for the Munster Junior Bowl Semi Final. In the first 20 minutes there was a lot of open play, both teams conceded 2 penalty’s with were converted to put the score locked at 6 aside. Ennis added another penalty and a converted try before half time to put the score at 16-6 at halftime. Killorglin had an excellent break and looked like they would score but the ball was knocked on and it wasn’t to be. The second half  Killorglin had a lot of the play but failed narrowly to execute some good try scoring opportunities whereas Ennis quite clinically scored 2 tries from driving mauls. Killorglin scored a fine try in last 6 minutes through Timmy Lynch,  converted by Luke O’Shea to bring the scoreline to 23-10 in favour of Ennis. Killorglin pushed hard to get back another score but time ran out.


Timmy Lynch x 1


Luke O’Shea x 1


LukeO’Shea x 2