U14HC final: Kiltale overwhelm Ratoath
September 26, 2010
Kiltale captain David Schilder recieves the Meath U14 Hurling championship cup from Ted Murtagh (sponsor, left ) and Michael Mullally Chairman of the Meath Juvenile Hurling Board
Kiltale added another U14 title to the title they won last year by overcoming Ratoath in Kilmessan on Saturday.
Kiltale were quick off the mark with a goal from a 65 by captain David Schilder and further goals from Ronan and Ross Ryan gave Kiltale a cushion which they never lost.
Kiltale had points from Hugh O'Sullivan, Michael Burke, Robert McGuinness and David Schilder to put them ahead by 3-7 to 0-1 at half time.
Darragh Kelly got a point for Ratoath in the first half and was unlucky not to get a goal only for great defending by Brian Harnan and Daragh Walsh.
Kiltale started off brightly in the second half with two goals from Ronan Ryan and one from his brother Ross.
Kiltale got further points from David Schilder, Hugh O'Sullivan, Iarla Hughes and David McLoughlin and Ratoath replied with a point from Daragh Kelly.
Daragh Kelly scored two goals in last five minutes but it was to late for a Ratoath comeback.
Brian Harnan was outstanding throughout the game and got great support in defence from Hugh Smith, Sean Kiernan and Daragh Walsh.
David Schilder and Iarla Hughes dominated midfield were Daragh Kelly and Gavin King tried hardest for Rataoth.
Kiltale forwards showed great combination with twins Ronan and Ross Ryan, Hugh O'Sullivan, Michael Burke, Robert McGuinness and David McLoughlin all combining well to get great scores.
Kiltale - Fergal Ryan, Sean Ryan, Sean Kiernan, Cathal Brien, Hugh Smith, Brian Harnan, Daragh Walsh, Iarla Hughes, David Schilder 1-4, Dave McLoughlin, Michael Burke 0-1, Robert McGuinness 0-1, Hugh O'Sullivan 1-2, Ross Ryan 2-2, Ronan Ryan 2-2. Subs - Brian O'Reilly for David McLoughlin, Kyle Benson for Iarla Hughes, Cathal Ryan for Daragh Walsh, Sean Healy for Cathal Brien, Jack Farrell for Michael Burke.
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