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2021 Christy Ring Cup

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2021 Christy Ring Cup
Dates26 June - 1 August 2021
Teams5
Champions
Colours of Offaly.svg
Offaly (1st title)
Ben Conneely (captain)
Michael Fennelly (manager)
Runners-up
Colours of Derry.svg
Derry
Cormac O'Doherty (captain)
Dominic McKinley (manager)
Cormac Donnelly (manager)
Relegated
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Roscommon
Tournament statistics
Matches played8
Goals scored23 (2.88 per match)
Points scored338 (42.25 per match)
Top scorer(s)
Colours of Offaly.svg
Eoghan Cahill (0-36)
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The 2021 Christy Ring Cup was the 17th staging of the Christy Ring Cup since its establishment by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 2005. The cup began on 26 June 2021 and ended on 1 August 2021.[1]

The final was played on 1 August 2021 at Croke Park in Dublin, between Offaly and Derry, in what was their first ever meeting in a final. Offaly won the match by 0-41 to 2-14 to claim their first ever cup title.[2][3][4]

Offaly's Eoghan Cahill was the Ring Cup's top scorer with 0-36.

Competition Format

Cup format

The format has been changed for 2021 with 5 teams playing across two groups, one with 3 teams and one with 2 teams based on an open draw.[1]

Group A will feature 3 teams and be played in a single Round Robin format with each team having one home game and one away game.

Group B will feature 2 teams who will play a single fixture.

All teams will play a knockout format after this group stage, with the group winners and second-placed team in Group A being placed in the semi-finals. A tie between the third-placed team in Group A and second-placed team in Group B will determine the fourth semi-finalist.

Promotion

The winner of the final will be promoted to the Joe McDonagh Cup.

Relegation

The loser of the quarter-final will be relegated to the Nicky Rackard Cup

Group Stage

Group A

Pos Team Pld W D L SF SA Diff Pts Qualification
1
Colours of Derry.svg
Derry
2 2 0 0 2-42 1-33 +12 4 Advance to Semi-Finals
2
Colours of Wicklow.svg
Wicklow
2 1 0 1 2-36 3-34 -1 2
3
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Roscommon
2 0 0 2 2-26 2-37 -11 0 Advance to Quarter-Finals

Group A round 1

26 June 2021 Round 1 Wicklow
Colours of Wicklow.svg
2-18 - 1-11
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Roscommon
Aughrim County Ground
A O'Brien (0-10, 9f), G Hughes (1-1), M Lee (1-3), E Kearns (0-1); L Evans (0-1), C Moorehouse (0-1, s/l), E McCormack (0-1). Report C Egan (1-5, 5f, 1p), C Dolan (0-5, 1f), P Kellehan (0-1). Referee: T Gleeson (Dublin)

Group A round 2

3 July 2021 Round 2 Roscommon
Colours of Roscommon.svg
1-15 - 0-19
Colours of Derry.svg
Derry
Dr. Hyde Park
C Dolan (0-6f); C Kennelly (1-0), C Mulry (0-2), D Heavey (0-2); C Egan (0-2), E Costello (0-1), B McGahon (0-1), C Kenny (0-1). Report C O’Doherty (0-8, 4f, 2 ‘65s); D Foley (0-2), G Bradley (0-2), S McGuigan (0-2), C Kelly (0-1), M McGuigan (0-1), O McKeever (0-1), B Cassidy (0-1), S Cassidy (0-1). Referee: C Mooney (Dublin)

Group A round 3

10 July 2021 Round 3 Derry
Colours of Derry.svg
2-23 - 0-18
Colours of Wicklow.svg
Wicklow
Owenbeg
O McKeever (2-2), C O'Doherty (0-7, 5f, 1 65), S McGuigan (0-4), G Bradley (0-3), E Cassidy (0-2), B Cassidy (0-2), M McGuigan (0-1), D Foley (0-1), P Nelis (0-1). Report A O'Brien (0-12, 9f), S Cranley (0-1), C Moorehouse (0-1), D Staunton (0-1), E Kearns (0-1), G Hughes (0-1), L Evans (0-1). Referee: C McDonald (Antrim)

Group B

Pos Team Pld W D L SF SA Diff Pts Qualification
1
Colours of Offaly.svg
Offaly
1 1 0 0 2-39 2-17 +22 2 Advance to Semi-Finals
2
Colours of Sligo.svg
Sligo
1 0 0 1 2-17 2-39 -22 0 Advance to Quarter-Finals

Group B round 1

3 July 2021 Round 1[1] Sligo
Colours of Sligo.svg
2-17 - 2-39
Colours of Offaly.svg
Offaly
Markievicz Park
G O'Kelly-Lynch 2-12 (12f), T Cawley, G Connolly, C Hanniffy, F Cawley and A Kilcullen 0-1 each. Report E Cahill 0-15 (9f and 3 '65s'), B Duignan 0-6, A Treacy and S Dooley 1-1 each, L Langton 0-5, J Murphy 0-4, O Kelly and K Sampson 0-2 each, L Fox, J Sampson and L O'Connor 0-1 each. Referee: A Kelly (Galway)

Knockout Stage

Bracket

Quarter-Finals - 17 July Semi-Finals - 24 July Final - 31 July/1 August
         
1A
Colours of Derry.svg
Derry
0-28
2B
Colours of Sligo.svg
Sligo
2-17
2B
Colours of Sligo.svg
Sligo
2-18
3A
Colours of Roscommon.svg
Roscommon
1-20
1A
Colours of Derry.svg
Derry
2-14
1B
Colours of Offaly.svg
Offaly
0-41
1B
Colours of Offaly.svg
Offaly
6-30
2A
Colours of Wicklow.svg
Wicklow
0-11

Quarter-final

17 July 2021 Quarter-final Roscommon
Colours of Roscommon.svg
1-20 - 2-18
Colours of Sligo.svg
Sligo
Dr. Hyde Park
C Dolan (4f) 0-8, C Kenny 0-4, N Kilroy 1-0, B McGahon 0-3, O Kelly, C Mulry 0-2 each, M Brennan 0-1 Report M Hanniffy 2-1, G O’Kelly-Lynch 0-6 (5f), T Cawley, A Kilcullen 0-3 each, F Cawley 0-2, G Connolly, C Hanniffy, J McHugh 0-1 each.

Semi-finals

24 July 2021 Semi-final Derry
Colours of Derry.svg
0-28 - 2-17
Colours of Sligo.svg
Sligo
Owenbeg
C O’Doherty 0-12 (8 fs), G Bradley 0-5, S McGuigan 0-3, Brian Cassidy and O McKeever 0-2 each, R Mullan, E Cassidy, M McGuigan, D Foley 0-1 each Report G O’Kelly-Lynch 1-6 (5 fs), J McHugh 1-4, C Hanniffy 0-2, T Cawley, A Kilcullen, E Comerford, L O’Kelly-Lynch 0-1 each.
24 July 2021 Semi-final Offaly
Colours of Offaly.svg
6-30 - 0-10
Colours of Wicklow.svg
Wicklow
Bord na Móna O'Connor Park
E Cahill 0-8 (3f and one sideline), B Duignan 1-4, O Kelly 2-1, L Fox 1-2, B Conneely 1-1, K Sampson 1-0, J Murphy and E Kelly 0-3 each, J Sampson and S Dooley (2f) 0-2 each, A Treacy, L Langton, L O'Connor and C Gath 0-1 each. Report A O'Brien 0-8 (7f), E McCormack, G Weir and W Kinsella 0-1 each.

Final

1 August 2021 Final Derry
Colours of Derry.svg
2-14 - 0-41
Colours of Offaly.svg
Offaly
Croke Park
C O'Doherty (0-5, 5f), B Cassidy (0-3), D Foley (0-1), G Bradley (1-1), O McKeever (1-1), S Cassidy (0-2), R Mullan (0-1). Report E Cahill (0-13, 8f), O Kelly (0-7), J Murphy (0-5), L Fox (0-2), L Langton (0-1), B Conneely (0-1), J Sampson (0-1), A Treacy (0-3), L O'Connor (0-2), S Kinsella (0-2), S Dooley (0-2, 2f), D Egan (0-1), K Sampson (0-1). Referee: T Gleeson (Dublin)

Statistics

Top scorers

Top Scorer Overall
Rank Player County Tally Total Matches Average
1 Eoghan Cahill Offaly 0-36 36 3 12.00
2 Gerard O'Kelly-Lynch Sligo 3-24 33 3 11.00
3 Cormac O'Doherty Derry 0-32 32 4 8.00
4 Andy O'Brien Wicklow 0-30 30 3 10.00
5 Cathal Dolan Roscommon 0-19 19 3 6.33
6 Oisín Kelly Offaly 2-10 16 3 5.33
7 Odhran McKeever Derry 3-06 15 4 3.75
8 Gerald Bradley Derry 1-11 14 4 3.50
9 Brian Duignan Offaly 1-10 13 3 4.33
10 John Murphy Offaly 0-12 12 3 4.00
In a single game
Rank Player Club Tally Total Opposition
1 Gerard O'Kelly-Lynch Sligo 2-12 18 Offaly
2 Eoghan Cahill Offaly 0-15 15 Sligo
3 Eoghan Cahill Offaly 0-13 13 Derry
4 Andy O'Brien Wicklow 0-12 12 Derry
Cormac O'Doherty Derry 0-12 12 Offaly
6 Andy O'Brien Wicklow 0-10 10 Roscommon
7 Gerard O'Kelly-Lynch Sligo 1-06 9 Derry
8 Odhran McKeever Derry 2-02 8 Wicklow
Cillian Egan Roscommon 1-05 8 Wicklow
Andy O'Brien Wicklow 0-08 8 Offaly
Cormac O'Doherty Derry 0-08 8 Roscommon
Eoghan Cahill Offaly 0-08 8 Wicklow
Cathal Dolan Roscommon 0-08 8 Sligo

References

  1. ^ a b c "Draws announced for McDonagh, Ring, Rackard, and Meagher Cups". www.gaa.ie.
  2. ^ "Derry defeated but no disgrace as Offaly lift Christy Ring Cup in Croke Park". Derry Journal. 1 August 2021. Retrieved 1 August 2021.
  3. ^ "Free-scoring Offaly crush Derry to win Christy Ring". RTE Sport. 30 July 2021. Retrieved 4 August 2021.
  4. ^ "Offaly hit 0-41 in massive Christy Ring Cup final victory over Derry". The 42. 30 July 2021. Retrieved 4 August 2021.
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