Wednesday 26 April 2017

Chríost Rí earn replay

Col Chríost Rí 1-18 Tralee CBS 1-18 (AET)

'At Mallow on Saturday, Chríost Rí came from five down to force extra time, Darragh Kelly with a vital goal, and in the additional 20 minutes they eradicated a four-point deficit' Stock photo: Sportsfile
'At Mallow on Saturday, Chríost Rí came from five down to force extra time, Darragh Kelly with a vital goal, and in the additional 20 minutes they eradicated a four-point deficit' Stock photo: Sportsfile
Independent.ie Newsdesk

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Coláiste Chríost Rí and Tralee CBS must meet again for a place in the final of the Corn Uí Mhuirí.

At Mallow on Saturday, Chríost Rí came from five down to force extra time, Darragh Kelly with a vital goal, and in the additional 20 minutes they eradicated a four-point deficit.

Having led by 0-8 to 0-5 at half-time, the Paul Kerrigan-managed side moved further clear as Mark Cronin and Mark Brosnan pointed.

Back Tralee came to move in front, Michael Kelliher and Gearóid Fitzgerald prominent, and Michael Scanlon's goal helped them into a four-point lead before the first Chríost Rí fightback.

Scorers - Coláiste Chríost Rí: M Cronin (4f) 0-6; C Myers Murray (3f) 0-5; D Kelly 1-1; M Brosnan 0-3; R Dalton 0-2; D Lucey 0-1. Tralee CBS: M Kelliher (3f) 0-6, G Fitzgerald 0-4; M Scanlon 1-1; T Hoare 0-3; T O'Connor 0-2; J Walsh, J Mortimer 0-1 each.

Coláiste Chríost Rí - D Moran; A McGowan, B Cripps, J Corcoran; M Hitchmough, P Cummins, D Kelly; J Ryan, K Forde; J Coughlan, D Lucey, Jack O'Brien (St Finbarr's); M Cronin, M Brosnan, C Myers Murray. Subs: Jack O'Brien (Nemo Rangers) for Cummins (36), R Dalton for Coughlan (38), E Varian for Jack O'Brien (St Finbarr's) (69).

TRALEE CBS - S Foley; J Myres, T Lynch, B Patterson; J Walsh, K Dwyer, M Scanlon; J O'Connor, T O'Connor; S Donnellan, T Hoare, D Fitzmaurice; E Greaney, G Fitzgerald, M Kelliher. Subs: J Mortimer for Greaney (38), N O'Mahoney for Donnellan (39), Donnellan for Fitzmaurice (37), A Roche for Scanlon (62), S Hamilton for Myres (75).

Ref - R Moloney (Limerick).

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