O'Shea stars as St Brendan’s ease to Corn Ui Mhuiri win over Clonakilty

O'Shea stars as St Brendan’s ease to Corn Ui Mhuiri win over Clonakilty
Paul O'Shea of Kerry during the Electric Ireland GAA Football All-Ireland Minor Championship Final match between Kerry and Galway at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

St Brendan’s College Killarney 4-16 - 0-5 Clonakilty Community College

St Brendan’s College Killarney eased into the Corn Uí Mhuirí quarter-finals with a facile 23-point victory over Clonakilty Community College at Millstreet.

The game was over as a contest by halftime when the Kerry side led 0-8 to 0-3 having played against the elements.

2018 All-Ireland winning Kerry minor captain Paul O’Shea was a different class hitting 1-7.

He converted a second-half penalty before goals from Patrick D’Arcy, Ryan O’Carroll and Emmett O’Shea completed the rout.

Scorers for St Brendan’s College: P O’Shea (1-7, 1-0 pen, 3 frees), R O’Grady (1-3), E O’Shea (1-2), P D’Arcy (1-1), M Linehan (0-2), P O’Sullivan (0-1).

Scorers for Clonakilty CC: B White (0-2 frees), P Cullinane (0-2), C Hayes (0-1) Teams:

ST BRENDAN’S COLLEGE KILLARNEY: M Kelliher; P O’Sullivan, T Sparling, M Cooper; R Doyle, G Vaughan, E Smith; E O’Sullivan, D Lyne; P D’Arcy, P O’Shea, E Finnan; R O’Grady, M Linehan, E O’Shea.

Subs: D Callaghan for D Lyne ( inj 44); E Looney for E Finnan ( 45); K O’Leary for M Kelliher ( 48); H Potts for E Smith ( 50); O O’Connor for P O’Sullivan ( 56); E Moynihan for M Cooper ( 56).

CLONAKILTY CC: K Iyalla; B Deasy, J Lawton, D Peet; D O’Connor, J Wycherley, C O’Neill; C Nyhan, C O’Donoghue; C Hayes, D Harte, O Bancroft; R O’Donovan, L Halligan, P Cullinane.

Subs: T O’Connell for L Halligan (h/t); B White for D Harte (h/t); K O’Regan for K Iyalla (inj 42); S Walsh for R Donovan (50);

Referee: D Hickey (Millstreet)

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