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Warwickshire Senior Hurling Championship

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Sunday 6th October

John Mitchels V Yorkshire Emeralds
Pairc Na hEireann at 1.45pm

Fullen Gaels V St. Barnabas
Pairc Na hEireann at 3.30pm

So will it be a Mitchels v Fullen final again or is there a chance of an upset?

mike_tuam (Galway) - Posts: 157 - 01/10/2013 13:34:39    1492753


I see the Both semi finals of the senior championship are at Old Bedians this Sunday;

St Brendan's v Wolfe Tones @ 1pm

St Peter's v John Mitchel's @ 3pm

Any duel players that would have played

mike_tuam (Galway) - Posts: 157 - 02/10/2013 09:30:05    1493267


Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final
Fullen Gaels 3.20 St.Barnabas 0.11
John Mitchels 6.31 Yorkshire Emerald 0.03

Two very one sided games

mike_tuam (Galway) - Posts: 157 - 07/10/2013 09:13:57    1496854


Sunday 13 October 3.00.Senior Hurling Championship Final..

John Mitchels Vs Fullen Gaels

Who are favorites to win?

mike_tuam (Galway) - Posts: 157 - 07/10/2013 16:33:46    1497256


Fullen surely favourites for this. Going for 3 in a row, All Ireland finalists last year, provided the bulk of the Warwickshire team that won the Lory Meagher earlier on in the year. Also got a bigger test than Mitchels this weekend, with Barnabas a lot better than that score line would suggest.

There's been a change to the All Britain setup this year too, both finalists go through to the semis with the winners playing the winners of a quarter between Wolfe Tones Liverpool and Yorkshire Emeralds, and the losers playing the London Intermediate champs in the other semi.

What I don't get about this is how St Barnabas are left out of this equation, judging on yesterday's matches they would be far more deserving of a place in the All Britain than Yorkshire Emeralds, and even more worthy of a spot than Wolfe Tones, who have never played a competitive fixture yet since they were revived. It's a scandalous decision and looks like a bit of a half arsed attempt by provincial to make it look like they care about hurling outside of London. By not involving St Barnabas it's shown what we've long thought up here, provincial haven't a clue about hurling outside of London.

dowchabiy (UK) - Posts: 204 - 07/10/2013 17:25:02    1497311


I think Fullen are going for 4 in a row.This competition is a joke to give Mitchells and Fullen 2 bites at the cherry and pay a bit of lip service to the northern counties. Barnabas should feel aggreived as I think they would have given Mitchells a run for their money.

macs4eva (UK) - Posts: 107 - 09/10/2013 12:30:25    1498368


are wolfe tones not registered in lancs hence why they enter the AB junior?

with the murphys coming out of london it should be a good clash of the ash with them and sundays winners who may be fullen

UniGaa (National) - Posts: 694 - 09/10/2013 12:52:20    1498380


Ye think ye have it bad up there? There might not even be an intermediate final played in London this year due to objections against players regrading/registered and the like.

therubes (Cork) - Posts: 95 - 09/10/2013 16:44:22    1498591


How can wolfe tones play in AB when they have never played any match in any county. I can see why UNI GAA backs them as I am lead to believe they are just a Uni team who won't transfer. But why let the rules get in the way. Why did'nt Wolfe Tones play Championship this year after playing in a cup in Warickshire last year.

macs4eva (UK) - Posts: 107 - 09/10/2013 21:40:13    1498767


I hear that Wolfe Tones are strong enough and are intent on springing a surprise. They have a lot of Stan's rejects out to prove themselves. To those who criticise this competition, at least there is some action in the rest of Britain

your.right (Longford) - Posts: 74 - 09/10/2013 21:54:43    1498788


Who won the 7 a side tournament? Many teams turn up?

TakeTheHit (UK) - Posts: 98 - 27/10/2013 13:19:50    1506425


Some more great Wolfe Tones Hurling rumours here. Where are these coming from?!

Liverpool2 (UK) - Posts: 43 - 27/10/2013 13:53:34    1506441