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2020 Nicky Rackard Cup

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2020 Nicky Rackard Cup
Dates24 October – 22 November, 2020
Teams7
ChampionsDonegal (3rd title)
Sean McVeigh (captain)
Mickey McCann (manager)
Runners-upMayo
Stephen Coyne (captain)
Derek Walsh (manager)
RelegatedLongford, Monaghan
Tournament statistics
Matches played10
Goals scored29 (2.9 per match)
Points scored329 (32.9 per match)
2019 (Previous) (Next) 2021

The 2020 Nicky Rackard Cup is the 16th staging of the Nicky Rackard Cup hurling championship since its establishment by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 2005. It is the fourth tier hurling as of 2020.[1]

Warwickshire were supposed to compete in the Rackard Cup but did not due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Gaelic games. The championship was scheduled to begin in May 2020 but was delayed until 24 October 2020.[2]

Donegal were the winners, defeating Mayo in the final after earlier wins over Longford, Armagh and Tyrone.[3]

Format

Seven teams compete in the 2020 Nicky Rackard Cup.

  • Six teams play each in the three Round 1 games. One team receives a bye to Round 2A.
  • The three Round 1 winners, plus the team that received a bye, play in Round 2A.
    • The two Round 2A winners advance to the semi-finals.
    • The losers of the game between a Round 1 winner and the bye-receiving team goes into Round 2B.
  • The three Round 1 losers and one of the Round 2A losers play in Round 2B.
    • The Round 2B winners advance to the semi-finals.
  • The semi-finals are played between the two Round 2A winners and the two Round 2B winners.
  • The final is between the two semi-final winners.

Round 1

24 October 2020 Round 1 Armagh
Colours of Armagh.svg
1-21 – 0-12
Colours of Leitrim.svg
Leitrim
Armagh
Report Stadium: Athletic Grounds
24 October 2020 Round 1 Donegal
Colours of Donegal.svg
2-13 – 1-14
Colours of Longford.svg
Longford
Letterkenny
Report Stadium: O'Donnell Park
24 October 2020 Round 1 Monaghan
Colours of Monaghan.svg
2-10 – 3-32
Colours of Mayo.svg
Mayo
Clontibret
Report Stadium: Clontibret O'Neills GAA

Round 2

Round 2A

The Round 1 winners are joined by Tyrone, who received a bye.

31 October 2020 Round 2A Tyrone
Colours of Tyrone.svg
0-9 – 1-23
Colours of Mayo.svg
Mayo
Omagh
14:00 GMT D Casey (0-7, 2 65, 2f), K Morgan (0-1), B Molloy (0-1) Report S Boland (0-8, 5f), J Coyne (1-2), C Scahill (0-3), A Phillips (0-2), S Kenny (0-2f), B Morley (0-2), E Delaney (0-1), C Freeman (0-1), D Kenny (0-1), C Phillips (0-1), S Regan (0-1) Stadium: Healy Park
Attendance: 0
Referee: Colum Cunning
31 October 2020 Round 2A Donegal
Colours of Donegal.svg
3-13 – 1-9
Colours of Armagh.svg
Armagh
Letterkenny
13:30 GMT Report Stadium: O'Donnell Park
Attendance: 0
Referee: James Clarke

Round 2B

The Round 1 losers are joined by Tyrone, who lost their Round 2A game.

7 November 2020 Round 2B Longford
Colours of Longford.svg
0-12 – 1-11
Colours of Leitrim.svg
Leitrim
Longford
13:30 GMT Stadium: Glennon Brothers Pearse Park
Attendance: 0
7 November 2020 Round 2B Monaghan
Colours of Monaghan.svg
1-12 – 2-19
Colours of Tyrone.svg
Tyrone
Clontibret
13:30 GMT Stadium: Clontibret O'Neills GAA
Attendance: 0

Semi-Finals

The Round 2A winners play the Round 2B winners.

14 November 2020 Semi-Final Mayo
Colours of Mayo.svg
3-23 – 1-11
Colours of Leitrim.svg
Leitrim
Castlebar
13:30 GMT S. Boland 1-10 (0-9f), S. Kenny 0-4 (0-1 65', 0-1f), C. Freeman 1-0, E. Delaney 0-2, A. Phillips (0-2), L. Lavin and B. Hunt 0-1 each Report C. Moreton 1-0, K. McDermott 0-4 (0-1f), G. O’Hagan 0-2f, C. French 0-2, B. Murray, C. Beirne, Z. Moradi 0-1 each Stadium: MacHale Park
Attendance: 0
Referee: Richie Fitzsimons
14 November 2020 Semi-Final Donegal
Colours of Donegal.svg
3-25 – 1-21
Colours of Tyrone.svg
Tyrone
Letterkenny
13:30 GMT Report Stadium: O'Donnell Park
Attendance: 0
Referee: Colm McDonald

Final

22 November 2020 Final Mayo
Colours of Mayo.svg
0-21 – 3-18
Colours of Donegal.svg
Donegal
Dublin
13:30 GMT Shane Boland 0-11 (10f); Brian Morley, Cathal Freeman 0-2 each; Seán Kenny (’65), Eoin Delaney, Jason Coyne, Corey Scahill, Adrian Phillips 0-1 each; 0-1 own point Report Declan Coulter 0-8 (6f); Davin Flynn 1-3; Joe Boyle, Ritchie Ryan 1-1 each; Danny Cullen 0-3; Ronan McDermott, Gerard Gilmore 0-1 each Stadium: Croke Park
Attendance: 0
Referee: K Jordan (Tipperary)

References

  1. ^ "2020 Nicky Rackard Cup – Donegal Daily".
  2. ^ "Draws made for 2020 Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard Cups". www.gaa.ie.
  3. ^ Egan, Kevin (November 22, 2020). "Donegal goal burst enough to secure Nicky Rackard glory" – via www.rte.ie. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
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