Dr. Harty Cup Hurling – CBC Cork 6-19 Castletroy College 0-10 – Match Report

October 17th, 2018 | News

Dr. Harty Cup Hurling – CBC Cork 6-19 Castletroy College 0-10 – Match Report

CBC have big win in Harty Cup

C.B.C. Cork 6-19 Castletroy College 0-10

Report by Paddy Ryan

C.B.C. Cork were comprehensive winners over Castletroy College in the Dr Harty Cup at Kilfinane on Wednesday. From the start the winners gained control in the half-back line and midfield sectors ensuring plenty of supply to an attack that took some great scores. Over the hour, 10 C.B.C. players figured on the scoresheet while just 2 scored for Castletroy. Jack Cahalane (free) and Padraig Power had early points for the Cork side. Good play by Cahalane led to a well taken goal by Shane Barrett. Diarmuid Hegarty opened Castletroy’s account in the 8th minute. C.B.C. replied immediately when Niall Hartnett worked well for Padraig Power who goaled. Ronan Reale pointed a ’65 and a free for the Limerick side but it was C.B.C. who were complete masters. Good play by Declan Hanlon to Jack O’Kelly saw Hanlon take the return pass and blast to the net as C.B.C. moved 3-4 to 0-3 ahead. Jack Cahalane followed with a point from play and a free as the C.B.C. moved 12 points ahead 3-6 to 0-3. Ronan Reale had three late pointed frees for Castletroy while C.B.C. had their 4th goal just before the break when Shane Barrett, Jack Cahalane and Jack O’Kelly all combined for Owen McCarthy who made it 4-8 to 0-6 at the break.

There was no way back for Castletroy on the restart. They had a very good defender in Aidan Carroll. Both sides exchanged an early point with Owen McCarthy having his sides 5th goal after a long range free by Iarlaith Daly 5-10 to 0-7. Jack O’Kelly and Diarmuid Hegarty swopped a point before Niall Hartnett worked well for Jack Cahalane who goaled 6-11 to 0-8. Both sides made a number of substitutions. The Cork City side added a further 8 points with Ronan Reale having two points for the Limerick team in the closing moments.

Scorers for C.B.C. Jack Cahalane 1-6 (0-5f) Owen McCarthy 2-1, Padraig Power 1-3, Declan Hanlon 1-1, Sean Barrett 1-1, James Scally 0-2, Killian O’Donovan 0-2, Niall Hartnett 0-1, Jack O’Kelly 0-1, Cian Long 0-1f.
Castletroy College : Ronan Reale 0-8 (0-6f. 0-1 ’65), Diarmuid Hegarty 0-2

C.B.C. CORK: Cian Long (Glen Rovers); David Barry (Sarsfields), Peadar Hennessy (Mallow), Conor Murphy (Sarsfields); Killian O’Donovan (Douglas), Iarlaith Daly (Lismore), Gearoid Mulcahy (Glen Rovers); Declan Hanlon (Blarney), Kevin Finn (Midleton); Shane Barrett (Blarney), Niall Hartnett (Douglas), Padraig Power (Blarney); Owen McCarthy (Inniscarra), Jack O’Kelly (St. Finbarr’s), Jack Cahalane (do)
Subs: Patrick McBarron (Carrigaline) for Kevin Finn, Cathal Daly (Lismore) for Shane Barrett, James Scally (Bishopstown) for Padraig Power, Sean Greene (Blackrock) for Peadar Hennessy, Dan Quill (Blarney) for Declan Hanlon.

CASTLETROY COLLEGE: Joe Fitzgerald (Monaleen); Peter O’Grady (Ahane), Paul Power (Monaleen), Evan Power (Ahane); Aidan Carroll (do), Padraig Hartnett (do), Luke O’Sullivan (do); Ronan Fox (do), Ronan Lyons (Monaleen); Andrew Shanahan (Ahane), Diarmuid Hegarty (St. Patrick’s), Kevin Morrisson (Ahane); Donncha O’Dalaigh (Monaleen), Andy Rowsome (Ahane), Ronan Reale (do)
Subs: Eric Smith (Ahane) for Donncha O’Dalaigh, Caolan Madden (Monaleen) for Evan Power

Referee: Johnny Murphy (Ballylanders)