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U13 Final Preview - Paths to the final

posted 27 Aug 2014, 11:41 by Garret Byrne
U13 B Hurling Championship Final
Kinvara v Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry, 
Thurs 28th August in Kenny Park 7:15pm

All roads lead to Kenny Park, Athenry tomorrow evening as the young hurlers of Kinvara and Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry cross swords in a bid to be crowned County U13 B Hurling Champions 2014.

Both sides have played 8 matches to be here, including 7 group matches, and then their semi-finals last Thursday.
Kinvara have won 7 of their matches, and drew 1. 
Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry won 6 of their matches, drew 1 and lost 1.

The two clashed earlier in the group stages on 29th May when in Abbey the two sides played a thrilling encounter. The home side were the more impressive in the opening half and led at the interval by seven points. However the seasiders upped their game in the second half and by holding their opponents scoreless in the second half, they won out by four points on a scoreline of Kinvara 3-5, TAD 2-4.

That result can show that there is little, and will be little, to separate these two sides tomorrow evening. It will be a hop of a ball or the width of the post. 

Best of luck!


KINVARA'S PATH TO THE FINAL...
SEMI-FINAL:
Kinvara 3-8 beat Tommie Larkins 2-2.....a.e.t.
GROUP
Kinvara 0-10 beat Tommie Larkins 2-2
Kinvara 3-8 beat Ahascragh-Fohenagh 0-3 
Kinvara 4-6 beat Killimor 0-2
Kinvara 1-6 beat St. Thomas 1-1
Kinvara 2-4 beat Ballinasloe 2-3
Kinvara 3-5 beat Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry 2-5
Kinvara 2-8 drew Ballygar 2-8

TYNAGH-ABBEY-DUNIRY'S PATH TO THE FINAL...
SEMI-FINAL
Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry beat St. Thomas'
GROUP
Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry 5-3 drew Ahascragh-Fohenagh 5-3
Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry 5-8 beat Ballinasloe 2-7
Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry 4-5 beat Ballygar 1-6
Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry 2-9 beat Killimor 3-3
Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry 3-7 beat St. Thomas' 1-5
Kinvara 3-5 beat Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry 2-5
Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry 2-11 beat Tommie Larkins 2-5


GROUP TABLE
 TEAM P DPTS 
Kinvara 11 
TAD 11 
 St. Thomas'7
Tommie Larkins 
Ballygar 
 Ballinasloe
 Ahacragh-Foh
Killimor 7



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