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Independent.ie Fitzgibbon Cup Quarter-Final
MARY I 4-18 NUIG 1-16
By Jackie Cahill at MICL Grounds
Limericks Aaron Gillane scored 2-10 as holders Mary Immaculate College stormed into the semi-finals of the Independent.ie Fitzgibbon Cup.
Gillane registered 3-9 against DIT last time out and continued in his rich vein of scoring form as the finals weekend hosts, NUI Galway, were sent crashing out.
Gillane was a member of John Kielys extended winter training panel in Limerick before being deemed surplus to requirements recently.
But on this evidence, Gillane could earn a recall as he called the tune for an impressive Mary I outfit, who showed ominous form on home soil.
Gillane had eight points on the board by half-time including four from play before bagging two classy second half goals.
But the best goal of the game was knocked home by Corks rising star Luke Meade, who brilliantly controlled Tadhg Gallaghers delivery from the right touchline on his stick before batting home from close range, all in one, fluid movement.
That was Mary Is second goal of the game, in the 20th minute, after Gallagher had found the net himself in the fourth minute, pouncing from close range after Colm Galvin rattled the crossbar with a fierce shot.
NUIG were heavily reliant on Gerry Hennellys free-taking to remain in touch and they were six points behind at half-time 2-11 to 0-11.
A star-studded Mary I showed that it will take a good team to stop them retaining their Fitzgibbon crown with an assured second half display.
Gillane rattled home their third goal, and his first, in the 35th minute from a Darragh ODonovan assist.
And Gillane, who was off-target with another effort, added his second goal in the 41st minute.
There was a consolation goal for NUIG three minutes from time when Gearoid Loughnane was on hand to find the net after Fennellys free was blocked. Mary I march on and will play Limerick IT or UCD in the last four.
Seamus Kennedy impressed for UCC against DCU.
Meanwhile at the Mardyke Michael Breen's late goal sealed UCC's 1-18 to 0-16 win over DCU.
A highly competitive encounter was level at 0-11 each at half-time. It was similarly tight in the third quarter before UCC finished strongly.
The teams were deadlocked at 0-14 each with 13 minutes remaining, but Breen's major guided UCC into the penultimate round of the competition.
Scorers for Mary I: Aaron Gillane 2-10 4fs, 2 65s, Luke Meade 1-2, Tadhg Gallagher 1-0, Michael ONeill 0-3, Darragh ODonovan 0-2, Thomas Monaghan 0-1.
Scorers for NUIG: Gerry Hennelly 0-9 6fs, 1 65, Gearoid Loughnane 1-0, Conor Whelan 0-3 1f, 1 sl, Conor Cleary f, Ian Fox, Oisin Donnellan and Sam Conlon 0-1 each.
MARY I: Ciaran Barrett Tipperary; David Sweeney Tipperary, Richie English Limerick, Eoin Quirke capt. Clare; Conor Twomey Cork, Ronan Maher Tipperary, Alan Flynn Tipperary; Colm Galvin Clare, Stephen Cahill Tipperary; Darragh ODonovan Limerick, Michael ONeill Clare, Aaron Gillane Limerick; Tadhg Gallagher Tipperary, Cian Lynch Limerick, Luke Meade Cork.
Subs: Thomas Monaghan Galway for Gallagher 39, Thomas Grimes Limerick for Gillane 45, Colm Stapleton Laois for Twomey 49, Tim OMahony Cork for Lynch 51, Paul OConnell Clare for ODonovan 55.
NUIG: Cathal Tuohy Galway; Conor Ryan Tipperary, Ger Fennelly Tipperary, Ger Forde Galway; Shane Moloney Galway, Conor Cleary capt. Clare, Mike Connelly Galway; Ian Fox Galway, Oisin Donnellan Clare; Gearoid Loughnane Galway, Kevin McHugo Galway, Conor Whelan Galway; Gerry Hennelly Galway, Sam Conlon Tipperary, Aiden Helebert Galway.
Subs: Niall Mitchell Westmeath for Helebert 39, Jack Commins Galway for McHugo 44, Conor Cosgrove Galway for Connelly 54, Stephen Barrett Galway for Loughnane 57.
REFEREE: Fergal Horgan Tipperary.