Under-13 A Hurling Final

July 5, 2009

Kiltale 4-11
Trim 4-2

Monday 22nd June in Kildalkey

Kiltale regained their u13 title for the second consecutive year with a 9pt victory over trim at Kildalkey.

Kiltale players had just returned from Feile Na Gael were they represented meath in Laois/Offaly over last weekend.

Kiltale got off to a great start with a goal by Hugh O’Sullivan and further points by Ross Ryan and David Schilder.

Kiltale were dominating at this stage thanks mainly to the dominance of Brian Harnan at centre back.

Trim hit back with 3goals in a ten minute spell to put them ahead 3goals 1pt to 1goal 2pts.

Kiltale regained their dominance and scored a further two goals thanks to Hugh O’Sullivan and David Mc Loughlin.

Trim got a further goal before half time and Kiltale replied with two more points leaving the half time score Kiltale 3goals 4 pts Trim 4goals 1pt.

Trim had the second half advantage playing down the hill but it was Kiltale who started the brighter with a goal and a point from full forward Shane Cavanagh.

Kiltale completely dominated the second half keeping their opponents ton scoring just one point.

Kiltale latched on a further 6 points scored by David Schilder 3pts, Ross Ryan 1pt, Hugh O’Sullivan 1 pt, David Mc Loughlin 1pt.

Kiltale had great performances from Ronan Ran in goals.

Backs Brian Harnan, Eoin Crowe, Sean Thomas Kiernan, Cathal Brien and Sean and Cathal Ryan.

At midfield David Schilder and Iarla Hughes proved a great partnership.

In the forwards Hugh O’Sullivan, Ross Ryan, Shane Cavanagh, Micheal Burke, David McLoughlin and Robert Lawless gave great displays.

After the game the presentation was made to Kiltale captain by Ken McKenna Juvenile Hurling Secretary.

Kiltale Team: Ronan Ryan, Cathal Brien, Sean Thomas Kiernan, Sean Ryan, Eoin Crowe, Brian Harnan, Cathal Ryan, David Schilder, Iarla Hughes, David Mc Loughlin, Micheal Burke, Robert Lawless, Ross Ryan, Shane Cavanagh, Hugh O’ Sullivan.
Subs: Andrew Jackson, Kyle Benson, Colm O’ Connor, Jack Farrell, Brian O’ Reilly.