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2014 Christy Ring Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2014 Christy Ring Cup
Dates3 May
– 7 June 2013
Teams8
ChampionsKildare (1st title)
Niall Ó Muineacháin (captain)
Brian Lawlor (manager)
Runners-upKerry
John Egan (captain)
Éamonn Kelly (manager)
Tournament statistics
Matches played15
2013 (Previous) (Next) 2015

The 2014 Christy Ring Cup was the tenth staging of the Christy Ring Cup hurling championship since its establishment by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 2005. The cup competition began on 3 May 2014 and ended on 7 June 2014.

Down were the defending champions; however, they lost their opening two games and avoided relegation by defeating Armagh in a play-off, before being awarded the final promotion/relegation playoff when Tyrone withdrew.[1]

Teams

A total of eight teams contested the championship.

Team summaries

Team Colours Sponsor Manager Grounds Last title
Armagh Orange and white Rainbow Communications John Lennon Athletic Grounds
Derry Red and white Specialist Joinery Group Ger Rogan Owenbeg Centre of Excellence
Down Red and black Canal Court Hotel Gerard Monan Páirc Esler 2013
Kerry Green and gold Kerry Group Éamonn Kelly Austin Stack Park 2011
Kildare White Brady's Family Ham Brian Lawlor St. Conleth's Park
Mayo Green and red Elvery's Christy Phillips Elvery's MacHale Park
Meath Green and gold MyClubShop.ie Cillian Farrell St. Loman's Park
Wicklow Blue and gold WH Scott Lifting Casey O'Brien Pearse Park

Fixtures/results

Round 1

3 May 2014 Round 1 Kerry 4-31 - 0-11 Derry Austin Stack Park
13:00 S Nolan (1-10, 0-5f), P Boyle (1-3), D Collins (1-2), C Harty (1-2), M Boyle (0-3), D Butler (0-3), J Egan (0-2), S Weir (0-2), D Dineen (0-1), T Casey (0-1), P O'Connor (0-1), J Leahy (0-1). Report A Grant (0-5, 4f), K Hinphey (0-2), R Convery (0-2), P Cleary (0-1), S Farren (0-1f). Referee: T Carroll (Offaly)
3 May 2014 Round 1 Meath 0-17 - 1-8 Down St. Loman's Park
14:30 S Clynch (0-7,5fs); W McGrath (0-3), S Morris (0-3), C King (0-2), J Toher (0-1), D Reilly (0-1). Report D Toner (1-1), P Sheehan (0-3, 2fs), C O'Prey (0-1), D Hughes (0-1), S Nicholson (0-1), C Woods (0-1f). Referee: J Heffernan (Wexford)
3 May 2014 Round 1 Mayo 0-20 - 1-14 Armagh Elvery's MacHale Park
14:30 K Feeney (0-12, 7f), D Gallagher (0-3f), F Boland (0-3), G Nolan (0-1), D McDonnell (0-1). Report D Coulter (0-8, 7f), A McGuinness (1-1), C Corvan (0-2), F Bradley (0-1), K McKernan (0-1), C McKee (0-1). Referee: D O'Driscoll (Limerick)
3 May 2014 Round 1 Kildare 1-27 - 2-24
(AET)
Wicklow St. Conleth's Park
14:30 G Keegan (1-5), M Fitzgerald (0-6), P Divilly (0-6, 2f), T Murphy (0-4), D Harney (0-2), B Deay (0-2), R Casey (0-1), R McLoughney (0-1). Report M Lee (2-14, 0-7f, 1'65, 1sl), A O'Brien (0-5), S Byrne (0-2), W O'Gorman (0-1), D Staunton (0-1), A Byrne (0-1). Referee: P O'Dwyer (Carlow)
10 May 2014 Round 1 replay Wicklow 3-13 - 1-20 Kildare Pearse Park
M Lee (1-8, 0-6f), C Moorehouse (1-1), A O'Brien (1-0), J O'Neill (0-3), G Bermingham (0-1). Report P Divilly (0-8, 7f), G Keegan (1-4), T Murphy (0-3), B Deay (0-2), M Fitzgerald (0-1), P Downey (0-1), M Delaney (0-1). Referee: D Hughes

Round 2A

10 May 2014 Round 2A Mayo 0-15 - 0-16 Meath Elvery's MacHale Park
K Feeney (0-10, 9f), F Boland (0-2), K Higgins (0-1), S Regan (0-1), D Gallagher (0-1, 1f). Report S Clynch (0-8, 5f, 2 65), W McGrath (0-2), C King (0-2), J Meyler (0-1), S Whitty (0-1), S Heavey (0-1), D Doran (0-1). Referee: J O'Brien (Tipperary)
17 May 2013 Round 2A Kildare 1-16 - 3-18 Kerry St. Conleth's Park
P Divilly 0-5 (4fs), G Keegan 0-3, P Dermody 1-0 (pen), D Harney, M Delaney, E O'Neill (1 s/l) 0-2 each, M Fitzgerald, B Deay 0-1 each. Report S Nolan 1-8 (6fs, 0-1 '65', 1-0 pen), P Boyle 2-2, D O'Connell, J Egan 0-2 each, M Boyle, D Butler, P Lucid, S Weir 0-1 each. Referee: S Cleere (Kilkenny)

Round 2B

10 May 2013 Round 2B Derry 2-16 - 3-12 Down Owenbeg Centre of Excellence
R Convery (0-10, 9f, 1'65), S Farren (1-1), O McCloskey (1-0), B Rodgers (0-2), K Hinphey (0-2), A Grant (0-1). Report J Coyle (1-4, 0-2f), D Toner (1-1), J McCusker (1-0), C Woods (0-3, 2f, 1'65), C O'Prey (0-1), S Nicholson (0-1), M Ennis (0-1), P Sheehan (0-1). Referee: O Elliott
17 May 2014 Round 2B Armagh 3-13 - 3-19 Wicklow Athletic Grounds
D Coulter 2-5 (2-0 pens, 4fs), C Corvan 1-0, F Bradley 0-3, J Corvan, R Gaffney 0-2 each, P Bradley 0-1. Report A O'Brien 2-4, M Lee 1-7 (0-4f), J O'Neill 0-3, C Moorehouse, D Staunton 0-2 each, E Kearns 0-1. Referee: S Keane (Galway)

Quarter-finals

24 May 2014 Quarter-final Wicklow 0-14 - 1-15 Mayo Pearse Park
M Lee 0-9 (8f), C Moorehouse 0-3, A O'Brien, W O'Gorman 0-1 each. Report K Feeney 0-7 (5f), S Hoban 0-3, B Hunt 1-0, K Higgins 0-2, F Boland, D McDonnell, P O'Flynn 0-1 each. Referee: S Cleere (Kilkenny)
24 May 2014 Quarter-final Derry 0-10 - 2-16 Kildare Owenbeg Centre of Excellence
R Convery (0-5, 4f), B Og McGilligan (0-1), P McCloskey (0-1), B Rogers (0-1), M O'Hagan (0-1), D O'Neill (0-1). Report R McLoughney (0-4), G Keegan (0-4), B Deay (1-0), R Kelly (1-0), P Divilly (0-3, 2f), M Moloney (0-1), M Fitzgerald (0-1), T Murphy (0-1), R Casey (0-1), W Greene (0-1). Referee: L McAuley

Relegation play-off

31 May 2014 Relegation play-off Down 5-24 - 2-15 Armagh Páirc Esler
14:30 J Coyle (1-5, 4f), J McCusker (2-1), M Turley (1-2), M Magee (1-1), M Ennis (0-4), S Nicholson (0-4, 2f), D Hughes (0-3), C O'Prey (0-2), C Woods (0-1f), B Nicholson (0-1). Report D Coulter (0-7, 5f, 1 '65'), J Corvan (1-2), E McGuinness (1-0), K McKernan (0-2), O Curry (0-1), R Gaffney (0-1), C Carvill (0-1), A McGuinness (0-1). Referee: G McGrath (Dublin)

Semi-finals

31 May 2014 Semi-final Mayo 1-18 - 3-20 Kerry Elvery's MacHale Park
13:00 K Feeney 0-8 (6fs, 1'65), S Regan 1-3, B Hunt 0-2, F Boland, S Boland, C Charlton, B Higgins, D O'Brien (1f) 0-1 each. Report J Egan 0-7 (4fs), S Nolan and P Boyle 1-2 each, D Butler 1-1, D O'Connell 0-3, S Weir 0-2, B Murphy, M Boyle and T Flynn 0-1 each. Referee: J Keane (Galway)
31 May 2014 Semi-final Meath 0-14 - 1-18 Kildare St. Loman's Park
14:30 J Toher (0-4fs), S Clynch (0-2, 1f), D Doran (0-2), D Healy (0-2), C King (0-1), A Gannon (0-1), S Heavey (0-1), Patrick Connelly (0-1). Report P Divilly (0-9, 7fs), T Murphy (1-2), B Deay (0-3), M Fitzgerald (0-2), R Kelly (0-1), G Keegan (0-1). Referee: J O'Brien (Tipperary)

Final

7 June 2014 Final Kerry 2-22 - 4-18 Kildare Croke Park
16:00 S Nolan 1-4, P Boyle 1-2, D Butler 0-5 (2f), J Egan 0-4 (2f), J Griffin, C Harty 0-3 each, T Casey 0-1. Report G Keegan 1-4 (0-1f), P Divilly 0-7 (5f), B Deay 1-3, R McLoughney 1-1, P Dermody 1-0, M Fitzgerald 0-2. Referee: S Cleere (Kilkenny)

Promotion play-off

21 June 2014 Promotion
play-off
Down w/o — scr.[2] Tyrone

Championship statistics

Scoring

  • First goal of the championship: Shane Nolan for Kerry against Derry (3 May 2014)
  • Widest winning margin: 32 points
    • Kerry 4-31 - 0-11 Derry (3 May 2014)
  • Most goals in a match: 7
    • Down 5-24 - 2-15 Armagh (31 May 2014)
  • Most points in a match: 51
    • Kildare 1-27 - 2-24 Wicklow (3 May 2014)
  • Most goals by one team in a match: 5
    • Down 5-24 - 2-15 Armagh (31 May 2014)
  • Highest aggregate score: 60
    • Kildare 1-27 - 2-24 Wicklow (3 May 2014)
    • Down 5-24 - 2-15 Armagh (31 May 2014)
  • Lowest aggregate score: 28
    • Meath 0-17 - 1-8 Down (3 May 2014)
  • Most goals scored by a losing team: 3
    • Wicklow 3-13 - 1-20 Kildare (10 May 2014)
    • Armagh 3-13 - 3-19 Wicklow (17 May 2014)

Scoring statistics

Championship

Rank Player County Tally Total Matches Average
1 Mikey Lee Wicklow 4-38 50 4 12.50
2 Paul Divilly Kildare 0-48 48 6 8.00
3 Kenny Feeney Mayo 0-37 37 4 9.25
4 Shane Nolan Kerry 4-24 36 4 9.00

Single game

Rank Player County Tally Total Opposition
1 Mikey Lee Wicklow 2-14 20 Kildare
2 Shane Nolan Kerry 1-10 13 Derry
3 Kenny Feeney Mayo 0-12 12 Armagh
4 Declan Coulter Armagh 2-5 11 Wicklow
Mikey Lee Wicklow 1-8 11 Kildare
Shane Nolan Kerry 1-8 11 Kildare
7 Andy O'Brien Wicklow 2-4 10 Armagh
Mikey Lee Wicklow 1-7 10 Armagh
Kenny Feeney Mayo 0-10 10 Meath
Ruairí Convery Derry 0-10 10 Down

Clean sheets

Rank Goalkeeper County Clean sheets
1 Donal O'Brien Mayo 2
Charlie Bird Meath
Paul Dermody Kildare
2 Tadhg Flynn Kerry 1
Stephen Keith Down
Simon Doherty Armagh

External links

References

  1. ^ "Christy Ring Cup final: late Magic for Down". Hogan Stand website. 8 June 2013. Retrieved 4 May 2014.
  2. ^ "Red Hands withdraw from Christy Ring clash" – via www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk.
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