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Ardscoil Rís and Castletroy College in Harty Cup action this Wednesday

The Dr Harty Cup takes centre stage this week with both Ardscoil Rís and Catletroy College in action in the competition this Wednesday.

Reigning champions, Ardscoil Rís can go a long way in booking their place in the knockout stages with a victory over Nenagh in Newport at 1.30pm.

Ardscoil started their campaign with a promising 0-18 to 1-9 victory over Cork’s 
Gaelcholaiste Mhuire An Mhainistir Thuaidh in round 1.

They face Colaiste Cholmain Fermoy in a fortnight in their final group game.

The champions can call on the likes of Cathal O’Neill who was in inspired form against the Cork side notching 8 points in total, as well as Emmett McEvoy, Barry O’Connor and Colin Coughlan.

As for Castletroy, they need a win if they are to stand any chance of progression. They were well beaten by last years runners-up CBC in their opening game, losing by 27 points.

They face a Thurles side who are yet to feature in the championship 

In their ranks they have county minor stars Padraig Harnett and Diarmuid Hegarty, brother of All-Ireland winning Gearoid.

John the Baptist have a bye week on Wednesday before facing Blackwater Community School Lismore on November 21.

Wednesday 7 November

Ardscoil Rís v Nenagh CBS in Newport at 1.30pm

Castletroy College v Thurles CBS in Nenagh at 1.30pm

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