John the Baptist Community School bidding for Munster success

John The Baptist Community School from Hospital will take on Rice College Ennis in the Munster Post Primary Schools Senior B Hurling Final in the Gaelic Grounds (12noon).The game will preceed the Harty Cup final (2.00) between St Colmans of Fermoy and Our Ladys of Templemore.

HurlingHospital are hoping that lifting the Corn Thomais MhicChoilm will be the ideal launchpad for a tilt at Harty Cup hurling next year.
It has been a stellar year in terms of GAA for the Hospital school with – Munster Senior A and Junior A Ladies football titles already in the trophy cabinet.

Wins over Glanmire, Mitchelstown and CBS Dungarvan in the semi final have moved Hospital into Saturday’s decider, which was won last year by Abbey CBS of Tipperary Town.

Hospital are managed by teachers; Michael Martin, James Devereux and David Balfry and the final is to be streamed live online on www.munstergaapps.ie – the Harty Cup Final will also be streamed live online.

We chatted with players and management about their hopes for tomorrow’s final.

Best of luck to John the Baptist Community School, Hospital in today's final. We caught up with players and management to find out about the build up for the big game with Rice College Ennis. Throw in at the Gaelic Grounds in at 12 noon today. The game is being streamed live on www.munstergaapps.ie

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Friday, February 17, 2017

Path to the Final:
Group C;
John the Baptist Community School (JBCS) (4-18) : (0-05) St Calmins
Last 16;
John the Baptist Community School (0-15) : (1-10) Glanmire Community College.
Quarter Final;
John the Baptist Community School (2-16) : (0-09) CBS Mitchlestown.
Semi Final;
John the Baptist Community School (2-14) : (1-13) Dungarven CBS
Final;
John the Baptist Community School V Rice College, Ennis.
Panel;
Bryan Heavey / Garryspillane
Mark Quinlan / Garryspillane
Conor Phipps / Emly
Kyran O’ Donnell / Pallasgreen
Brian O’Grady / Kilteely
Paul O’ Heney / Emly
Kevin Bonar / Bruff
Michael O’ Grady / Knockainey
Dylan O’ Shea / Garryspillane
Sean Teefy / Ballybricken
Paudie Maher (captain) / Patrickswell
Eoin O’ Mahony / Garryspillane
Tadhg Leddon / Hospital/ Herbertstown
Eoin Sheehan / Garryspillane
Ryan Tobin / Garryspillane
Conor Bourke / Emly
Bradly Mc Namara / Bruff
Oisin O’ Grady / Hospital/ Herbertstown
Callum Winship / Hospital/ Herbertstown
Sean Mc Carthy / Kilteely
Danny Cunningham / Emly
Declan Kenny / Kilteely
Barry Quinlan / Knockainey
John O’ Donnell / Pallasgreen
Fearghal Cooke / Knockainey
Martin Frewen / Glenroe
Michael Riordan / Hospital/ Herbertstown
John Riordan / Hospital/ Herbertstown
Jack Hayes / Kilteely
Peter O’ Regan / Murroe Boher
Kevin Mc Grath / Emly
Cormac Hanly / Hospital/ Herbertstown
Sean Mc Grath / Emly

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