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Toome point way to minor success

Wednesday, 3rd July, 2019 1:53pm
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Toome point way to minor success

Toomevara minor hurling captain Rory Brislane accepts the League Cup from North Board Chairman Michael Flynn. Photograph: Bridget Delaney

Toome point way to minor success

Toomevara minor hurling captain Rory Brislane accepts the League Cup from North Board Chairman Michael Flynn. Photograph: Bridget Delaney

North Tipperary Minor Hurling League Division1 Final

 

 

Toomevara 0-16

Roscrea 0-10

 

Report: Liam Hogan in Moneygall

 

MATCH DIGEST

Man of the Match: Conor O'Farrell (Toomevara)

SCORERS – Toomevara: Eamon Whyte 0-11 (frees); Conor O'Farrell, Kenny Ryan 0-2 each; Ciaran Boyle 0-1.

Roscrea: Conor Donovan 0-6 (4 frees, 2 65s); Calum Byrne, Conor Nolan, Dylan Hogan, Jamie Ryan 0-1 each.

 

An eleven point haul from Eamon Whyte helped Toomevara become winners of the first North Tipperary Minor Hurling Division 1 League when they defeated Roscrea in the final last Thursday.

Whyte’s accuracy from placed balls was one of the few shining lights in a contest, while well contested, but never really sparkled to any great degree.

Toome led from start to finish and looked comfortable enough in the opening minutes as Eamon Whyte scored three opening frees and Kenny Ryan added a fourth from play with Roscrea still scoreless after six minutes.

 

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