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Walsh Cup Round Up

January 17th, 2022

Walsh Cup

Dublin 3-29 Galway 0-19

Offaly 3-18 Antrim 0-21

Kilkenny 1-27 Laois 0-24

A Donal Burke inspired Dublin proved far too strong for a youthful Galway outfit at Parnell Park. The prolific Burke scored 0-18 as Dublin cruised to a convincing 3-29 to 0-19 success over Henry Shefflin’s team at the Donnycarney venue.

Goals from Rian McBride, Chris Crummey, and substitute Paul Crummey ensured it was a demoralising afternoon in the capital for Galway. Mattie Kenny’s Dublin settled quickly to accumulate a healthy 1-16 to 0-8 interval advantage. Galway introduced the Mannion brothers, Padraic and Cathal, but Dublin continued to dominate the game.

Emmet Landy’s first half goal proved to be a crucial score as Kilkenny edged out Laois 1-27 to 0-24. Landy contributed handsomely in Callan for Brian Cody’s experimental side scoring 1-2. With Ross King prominent for Laois, the visitors moved 0-13 to 1-9 in front at the interval. Kilkenny subs Robbie Buckley and Thomas Donnelly were influential for Kilkenny, who face Wexford next Saturday.

Offaly pounced to score three goals during a hard earned 3-18 to 0-21 success over a spirited Antrim. Luke Nolan grabbed an early major for Offaly and added a second in the first half. Eimhin Kelly added a third goal for Offaly, who went in protecting a commanding 3-12 to 0-10 interval advantage. Neil McManus rifled over six second half points for Antrim, who narrowed the gap, but Offaly held on.

Carlow GAA
Dublin GAA
Kildare GAA
Kilkenny GAA
Laois GAA
Longford GAA
Louth GAA
Meath GAA
Offaly GAA
Westmeath GAA
Wexford GAA
Wicklow GAA