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2010 Christy Ring Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2010 Christy Ring Cup
Dates8 May
– 3 July 2010
Teams8
ChampionsWestmeath
Aaron Craig (captain)
Kevin Martin (manager)
Runners-upKerry
Colin Harris (captain)
John Meyler (manager)
Tournament statistics
Matches played13
Goals scored46 (3.54 per match)
Points scored441 (33.92 per match)
2009 (Previous) (Next) 2011

The 2010 Christy Ring Cup is the sixth staging of Ireland's second-tier hurling competition. Carlow were the reigning champions; however, they did not get the chance to defend their title due to their promotion to the GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship.

The 2010 Christy Ring Cup final was held at Croke Park, Dublin.

Westmeath defeated Kerry by a point.[1]

Calendar

Round Date
Round 1 Saturday 8 May 2010
Round 2A Saturday 15 May 2010
Round 2B Saturday 15 May 2010
Quarter-finals Saturday 22 May 2010
Semi-finals Saturday 5 June 2010
Final Saturday 3 July 2010

Details

Participating counties

Team Colours Sponsor Captain(s) Manager(s) Christy Ring Cup
Winners Runners-up
Derry Red and white Ladbrokes Liam Hinphey James O'Kane
Down Red and black Canal Court Hotel Gerard Monan 2009
Kerry Green and gold Kerry Group Colin Harris John Meyler
Kildare White Tegral Tony Murphy Andy Comerford 2007
Mayo Green and red Elverys Conor Ryan Martin Brennan
Meath Green and yellow Comer Group Michael Foley Paul Reilly
Westmeath Maroon and white Hilamar Hotel Aaron Craig Kevin Martin 2007 2008
Wicklow Blue and gold Cosgrave Builders Casey O'Brien

Structure

The tournament has a double elimination format - each team will play at least two games before being knocked out.

  • The eight teams play four Round 1 matches.
    • The winners in Round 1 advance to Round 2A.
    • The losers in Round 1 go into Round 2B.
  • There are two Round 2A matches.
    • The winners in Round 2A advance to the semi-finals.
    • The losers in Round 2A go into the quarter-finals.
  • There are two Round 2B matches.
    • The winners in Round 2B advance to the quarter-finals.
    • The losers in Round 2B go into the relegation playoff.
  • There are two quarter-final matches between the Round 2A losers and Round 2B winners.
    • The winners of the quarter-finals advance to the semi-finals.
    • The losers of the quarter-finals are eliminated.
  • There are two semi-final matches between the Round 2A winners and the quarter-final winners.
    • The winners of the semi-finals advance to the final.
    • The losers of the semi-finals are eliminated.
  • The winners of the final win the Christy Ring Cup for 2010 and are promoted to the Liam MacCarthy Cup 2011.

Fixtures

Round 1

Wicklow1-19 - 2-12Mayo
J O'Neill 0-12, A O'Brien 1-3, E Glynn, R Keddy 0-2 each Report C Hynes 2-1, B Moran 0-6, K Higgins 0-3, D McConn, D Dowling 0-1 each
Referee: D. Copps (Cork)
Down1-19 - 0-27Kerry
J Coyle 0-8, P Branniff 0-6, P Keith 1-0, C Woods, S Wilson 0-2 each, C O'Prey 0-1 Report D O'Connell 0-11, J Egan 0-7, M Boyle 0-3, J-M Dooley, M Conway 0-2, S Young, Boyle 0-1 each
Referee: G. Devlin (Armagh)
Meath1-10 - 2-18Kildare
D Kirby 1-1, P Durnin 0-3, P Fagan 0-2, N Kirby, M Mullally, S Clynch, B Slevin 0-1 each Report D. Harney 1-3, M Fitzgerald 0-5, M Moloney 0-4, J Houlihan 1-0, T Murphy 0-2, D Carter, C Kenny, D Kennedy, M Divilly 0-1 each
Referee: O. Elliott (Antrim
Westmeath5-15 - 3-16
AET
Derry
B Murtagh 2-4, J Clarke, A Dermody, J Hardman 1-0 each, C Curley 0-3, E Price, S Bardon 0-2 each, J Shaw, A Mitchell, A Dowdall, E Loughlin 0-1 each Report R Convery 0-9, P McCloskey 2-0, P O'Kane 1-0, D Brunton 0-2, O McCloskey, C Brunton, M Conway, P Henry, A Grant 0-1 each

Round 2A

Kerry3-14 - 2-11Westmeath
D. O'Connell 1-9, J.M. Dooley, S. Nolan 1-0 each, J. Griffin, J. Egan 0-2 each, G. O'Brien 0-1 Report B. Murtagh 0-6, D. Carty 2-0, J. Shaw, J. Clarke, E. Price, P. Gilsenan, A. Dermody 0-1 each
Referee: J. O'Mahony (Westmeath)

Kildare1-19 - 1-16Wicklow
D Harney 1-5, M Fitzgerald 0-4, M Moloney 0-3, D Carter 0-2, D Kennedy, T Murphy, C Kenny, A McAndrew, C Bonus 0-1 each Report J O'Neill 0-9, A O'Brien 1-3, D Hyland 0-2, MA O'Neill, C Kavanagh 0-1 each.

Round 2B

Mayo2-12 - 3-19Down
R. Cullinane 1-3, N. Murphy 0-3, D. McDonnell 1-0, K. Higgins, D. McConn 0-2 each, C. Hynes ,B. Moran 0-1 each. Report J. Coyle 1-12, P. Braniff 1-4, A. Savage 1-1, S. Wilson, E. Clarke 0-1 each
Fr. O'Hara Park, Charlestown
Referee: A. Kelly (Galway)

Derry0-15 - 2-16Meath
A Grant, P Henry, S McBride 0-4 each, R Convery 0-3 Report N Hacket 0-8, N Kirby 2-0, N Mullally, P Keogh 0-2 each, D Kirby, S Donoghue, P Durnin, K Fagan 0-1 each.
Fr. McNally Park, Derry
Referee: R. Matthews (Antrim)

Quarter-finals

Westmeath2-21 - 1-18Down
B Murtagh 0-8, D Carthy, J Clarke 1-1 each, P Greville, L Smith, B Leharte, S Bardon 0-2 each, A Mitchell, J Shaw, E Loughlin 0-1 each Report P Braniff 0-8, J Coyle 0-6, S Clarke 1-0, E Clarke 0-2, S Wilson, C Woods, C Coulter 0-1 each,
Referee: E. Hassan (Derry)

Wicklow3-13 - 1-18Meath
E Glynn 2-1, J O'Neill 1-4, A O'Brien 0-4, D Hyland 0-2, E Kearns, R Keddy 0-1 each Report N Horan 0-5, S Clynch 0-4; N Kirby 1-1, N Hackett 0-3, K Fagan 0-2, D Kirby, M Mullally, P Durnin 0-1 each
Referee: D. Richardson (Limerick

Semi-finals

Kildare0-18 - 3-19Westmeath
M Fitzgerald 0-9, D Kennedy, M Moloney, A McAndrew 0-2 each; Damien Byrne, M Divilly, P Fitzgerald 0-1 each Report B Murtagh 1-5, B Leharte 1-4, R Whelan, D Carthy 0-3 each, A Dermody 1-0, A Dowdall 0-2, A Mitchell, S Bardon 0-1 each
Referee: E. Morris (Dublin)

Kerry2-17 - 2-14Wicklow
D O'Connell 0-10, G O'Brien, M Boyle 1-1 each, J Egan, J M Dooley, S Nolan, C Harty, J Flaherty 0-1 each Report A O'Brien 2-2, J O'Neill 0-7, R Keddy 0-2, E Glynn 0-3
Referee: D. O Driscoll (Limerick

Final

Westmeath2-16 - 1-18Kerry
P Greville 1-2, D Carthy 1-2, B Murtagh 0-4, S Bardon 0-3, J Clarke 0-2, E Loughlin, B Leharte 0-1 each Report D O'Connell 0-8, J Egan 0-3, S Brick 1-0, J Griffin, M Boyle 0-2 each, M Conway, J Flaherty, S Nolan 0-1 each
Referee: T. Carroll (Offaly)

Round 1
Round 2B
Round 2A
Quarter Finals
Semi Finals Final
Kildare 2-18
Meath 1-10 Kildare 1-19
Wicklow 1-19 Wicklow 1-16
Mayo 2-12 Kildare 0-18
Westmeath 3-19
Westmeath 2-21
Mayo 2-12 Down 1-18
Down 3-19 Westmeath 2-16
Derry 0-15 Kerry 1-18
Meath 2-16 Meath 1-18
Wicklow 3-13
Wicklow 2-14 Relegation Playoff
Down 1-19 Kerry 2-17
Kerry 0-27 Kerry 3-14 Derry
Westmeath 5-15 Westmeath 2-11 Mayo
Derry 3-16

Scoring

  • Widest winning margin: 11 points
  • Most goals in a match: 8
  • Most points in a match: 46
  • Most goals by one team in a match: 5
  • Most goals scored by a losing team: 3
  • Most points scored by a losing team: 19

Top scorers

Season

Rank Player County Tally Total Matches Average
1 Darragh O'Connell Kerry 1-38 41 4 10.25
2 Jonathan O'Neill Wicklow 2-32 38 4 9.50
3 Brendan Murtagh Westmeath 3-27 36 5 7.20
4 James Coyle Down 1-26 29 3 9.66

Single game

Rank Player County Tally Total Opposition
1 James Coyle Down 1-12 15 Mayo
2 Darragh O'Connell Kerry 1-9 12 Westmeath
Jonathan O'Neill Wicklow 0-12 12 Mayo
4 Darragh O'Connell Kerry 0-11 11 Down
5 Brendan Murtagh Westmeath 2-4 10 Derry
Darragh O'Connell Kerry 0-10 10 Wicklow
7 Ruairí Convery Derry 0-9 9 Westmeath
Jonathan O'Neill Wicklow 0-9 9 Kildare
Martin Fitzgerald Kildare 0-9 9 Westmeath
10 Andy O'Brien Wicklow 2-2 8 Kerry
Brendan Murtagh Westmeath 1-5 8 Kildare
David Harney Kildare 1-5 8 Wicklow
Neil Hackett Meath 0-8 8 Derry
Brendan Murtagh Westmeath 0-8 8 Down
Paul Braniff Down 0-8 8 Westmeath
Darragh O'Connell Kerry 0-8 8 Westmeath

References

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