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Corn Ui Mhuiri Football Quarter-Final – St Brendans v PS Chorcha Dhuibhne
When Wednesday January 18th at 1:30pm
Referee Eddie Walsh Kerry
Next Round The winners will play the winners of St Flannans and Mercy Mounthawk in the Semi-Final on Saturday February 4th.
Students / OAPs 3
Results to Date
PS Chorcha Dhuibhne
Group D Round 1 P.S Chorcha Dhuibhne 1-21 P.S Rathmore 3-6
Group D Round 2 P.S Chorcha Dhuibhne 0-13 St. Fachtnas Skibbereen 0-6
Group D Round 3 St Flannans 0-9 P.S Chorcha Dhuibhne 0-5
Group C Round 1 St Brendans Killarney 2-23 I.S. Killorglin 1-7
Group C Round 2 St Brendans Killarney 1-15 De La Salle College Macroom 1-8
Group C Round 3 St Brendans Killarney 2-24 rdscoil U Urmaltaigh Bandon 0-8
The undoubted clash of the Quarter-Round in the Corn Ui Mhuiri Football competition is the meeting of Kerry rivals Pobalscoil Chorcha Dhuibhne and St Brendans. Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne won this title four years in succession from 2012 to 2015 before being dethroned last year when St. Brendans Killarney captured Corn Ui Mhuiri and Hogan Cup honours. The schools met at this stage of the competition last season at Lewis Road where St. Brendans ran out comprehensive winners on a scoreline of 1-14 to 0-4, the goal coming from David Clifford.
Pobalscoil Chorcha Dhuibhnes quest to return to the top table in this competition began well in the group stages before Christmas courtesy of victories over P.S Rathmore 9 points and St. Fachtnas Skibbereen 7 points. However, in the final round of the group stages, Pobalscoil Chorcha Dhuibhne lost out by four points to St. Flannans to finish second in Group D. The Dingle school will look to forwards Killian Falvey, Deividas Usosis and Liam Bambury to record the scores to dethrone the defending champions.
St. Brendans on the other hand have been very impressive in the group stages, defeating I.S. Killorglin, De La Salle College Macroom and rdscoil U Urmaltaigh Bandon by a combined 48 points to demonstrate their ambitions to retain their Munster and All-Ireland titles at this grade. Six of last years starting line-up are available for selection this season and they have looked a formidable outfit in this years competition to date.
Eddie Walsh is the man in the middle for this one on Wednesday next with a 1:30pm throw-in at Milltown.
Corn Ui Mhuiri Quarter-Final Preview;https://t.co/YBCvGdtsW4
Radio Kerry Sport radiokerrysport January 15, 2017