2019 All-Ireland Under-20 Hurling Championship

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2019 All-Ireland Under-20 Hurling Championship
Championship Details
Dates25 May 2019 - 24 August 2019
Teams14
All Ireland Champions
Winners Tipperary (11th win)
CaptainCraig Morgan
Manager Liam Cahill
All Ireland Runners-up
Runners-up Cork
CaptainJames Keating
ManagerDenis Ring
Provincial Champions
Munster Tipperary
Leinster Kilkenny
UlsterNot Played
ConnachtNot Played
Championship Statistics
Matches Played14
Total Goals39 (2.78 per game)
Total Points504 (36.00 per game)
Top Scorer Colours of Offaly.svg Cathal Kiely (0-44)
2020

The 2019 All-Ireland Under-20 Hurling Championship was the inaugural staging of the All-Ireland Under-20 Championship and the 56th staging overall of a hurling championship for players between the minor and senior grades. Prior to 2019 an All-Ireland Under-21 Championship was held. The championship began on 25 May 2019 and ended on 24 August 2019.

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Tipperary were the defending champions. [1]

On 24 August 2019, Tipperary won the championship following a 5-17 to 1-18 defeat of Cork in the All-Ireland final. [2] This was their 11th All-Ireland title overall and their second title in succession. [3]

Offaly's Cathal Kiely was the championship's top scorer with 0-44.

Team summaries

TeamColoursMost recent success
All-IrelandProvincial
Antrim Saffron and white 2016
Carlow Green, red and yellow
Clare Saffron and blue 2014 2014
Cork Red and white 1998 2018
Dublin Blue and navy 2016
Galway Maroon and white 2011 2018
Kilkenny Black and amber 2008 2017
Laois Blue and white 1983
Limerick Green and white 2017 2017
Offaly Green, white and gold 2000
Tipperary Blue and gold 2018 2010
Waterford White and blue 2016 2016
Westmeath Maroon and white
Wexford Purple and gold 1965 2015

Provincial Championships

Leinster Under-20 Hurling Championship

Play-off round 1

25 May 2019Play-off round 1 Antrim 2-16 - 0-25
(aet)
Carlow National Sports Campus, Abbotstown
S Elliott 2-12 (7f); D Smyth, D McEnhill, O Donnelly, D Kilgore 0-1 each. Report C Whelan 0-13 (10f); D Sheehan 0-4; J Nolan 0-3, C Kavanagh 0-2; D Tobin, J O'Neill, C Treacy 0-1 each Antrim:Referee: C Mooney (Dublin)
27 May 2019Play-off round 1 Westmeath 0-09 - 1-23 Offaly Cusack Park, Mullingar
J Gillen 0-3, J Smyth 0-2, C McKeogh 0-1, E Ahearn 0-1, C O’Brien 0-1, E Daly 0-1. Report C Kiely 0-9, D Nally 0-5, C Ryan 1-0, C Langton 0-2, J Murphy 0-2; C Sampson 0-1; C Doyle 0-1; B Kealey 0-1, B Duignan 0-1, J Keenaghan 0-1.Referee: S Stack (Dublin)

Play-off round 2

16 June 2019Play-off round 2 Carlow 1-17 - 1-20 Offaly Netwatch Cullen Park, Carlow
C Whelan (1-10, 0-6f, 0-3'65), D Tobin (0-2); C Kavanagh (0-1), D Sheehan (0-1), J Nolan (0-1), O Ryan (0-1), C Treacy (0-1). Report C Kiely (0-10f), J Murphy (1-1); B Duignan (0-3), D Nally (0-2, 1'65), C Sampson (0-2); C Langton (0-2).Referee: M Murtagh

Quarter-finals

24 June 2019Quarter-final Kilkenny 5-21 - 0-10 Laois Nowlan Park, Kilkenny
N Brassil 0-7 (5f), A Mullen 2-0, E Cody 0-4, S Donnelly 1-1, J Bergin and S Ryan 1-0 each, E Shefflin 0-3, E O’Shea 0-2, A Brennan, J Molloy, D Blanchfield and C Brennan 0-1 each Report E Gaughan 0-6 (4f), P Delaney (1f), J Keyes, D Conway and J Bergin 0-1 each.Referee: R Fitzsimons (Offaly)
26 June 2019Quarter-final Dublin 2-25 - 1-29 Offaly Parnell Park, Dublin
C Derwin 0-16 (13f), B Ryan 1-2, M Dunne 1-0, K Desmond 0-2, K Burke, I Ó hEithir, D Ó Floinn, L McDwyer, L Murphy 0-1 each. Report C Kiely 0-20 (15f, 2 ’65’), C Langton 0-4, C Quinn 1-0 J Murphy (1f) 0-2, R Hogan, K Sampson, D Nally 0-1 each.Referee: J Heffernan (Wexford)

Semi-finals

3 July 2019Semi-final Offaly 1-18 - 2-20 Wexford Bord na Móna O'Connor Park, Tullamore
C Kiely 0-5 (5fs), D Nally (2fs) and C Langton 0-4 each, J Murphy 1-1, B Kealey, B Duignan, C Ryan and K Sampson 0-1 each. Report R Banville 0-10 (6fs, 1 65), C Clancy 1-1, D Doyle 1-0, S Keane-Carroll 0-3, N Murphy, C McGuckin, C Scallan, S O’Connor, E Murphy, J Reck 0-1 each.Attendance: 5,172
Referee: D Hughes (Carlow)
4 July 2019Semi-final Galway 1-15 - 1-19 Kilkenny Bord na Móna O'Connor Park, Tullamore
M Kennedy 0-7f, S Neary 1-0, C Walsh & D Reilly 0-2 each, D Kilcommins, D Loftus, J Fleming & D Mannion 0-1 each. Report N Brassil 0-7 (0-5f, 0-1 ’65), E Cody 1-3, S Ryan 0-3, S Donnelly & C Heary 0-2 each, A Mullen & A Brennan 0-1 each.Attendance: 3,095
Referee: J Owens (Wexford)

Final

17 July 2019Final Wexford 0-18 - 1-17 Kilkenny Innovate Wexford Park, Wexford
R Banville 0-7 (frees), S O’Connor 0-3, C McGuckin, C Fitzhenry, C Turner (1 free) 0-2 each, J Reck, C Scallan 0-1 each. Report N Brassil 0-5 (4 frees), E Shefflin 1-2, S Ryan, E Cody, D Blanchfield 0-2 each, J Brennan, S Donnelly, E O’Shea, M Carey 0-1 each.Attendance: 6,612
Referee: M Murtagh (Westmeath)

Munster Under-20 Hurling Championship

Quarter-final

3 July 2019Quarter-final Cork 1-20 - 0-16 Limerick Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork
S O’Regan 1-6, C Hanifin 0-5 (0-3 frees), B Turnbull 0-4, D Connery 0-3 (0-1 sideline), L O’Shea 0-2. Report P O’Brien 0-8 (0-6 frees, 0-2 65), R Connolly 0-3, M McCarthy 0-2, R Duff, P O’Riordan, J Ryan 0-1 each.Attendance: 3,354
Referee: T Walsh (Waterford)

Semi-finals

9 July 2019Semi-final Tipperary 3-23 - 0-10 Waterford Semple Stadium, Thurles
J Morris 0-13 (11f), C Bowe 2-2, J Fogarty 1-1, B Seymour 0-4 (3f), G O'Connor 0-1, S Hayes 0-1, A Ormond 0-1. Report B Power 0-8 (8f), T Barron 0-1, J Power 0-1.Referee: J Murphy (Limerick)
10 July 2019Semi-final Cork 0-23 - 0-15 Clare Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork
S O’Regan (0-5), C Hanifin (0-5), B Turnbull (0-4), T O’Connell (0-4), S Twomey (0-3), B Roche (0-1); D Connery (0-1). Report A McCarthy (0-5), D Ryan (0-4), R Considine (0-2); M Rodgers (0-2), K McDermott (0-1); A Moriarty (0-1), T Agnew (0-1).Attendance: 2,965
Referee: K Jordan (Tipperary)

Final

23 July 2019Final Tipperary 3-15 - 2-17 Cork Semple Stadium, Thurles
C Bowe 1-4; J Morris 1-3 (0-2 frees); K O’Kelly 1-0; A Ormond 0-2; B O’Mara, C Connolly, J Cahill, G O’Connor, B Seymour, D Woods 0-1 each. Report S Twomey 1-2; C Hanifin 0-4 (3 frees); S O’Regan 0-3; E Sheehan 1-0; D Connery (1 free), B Turnbull 0-2 each; E Roche, T O’Connell, P Power, R Walsh 0-1 each.Referee: T Walsh (Waterford)

All-Ireland Under-20 Hurling Championship

Semi-finals

The Leinster champions play the Munster beaten finalists and the Munster champions play the Leinster beaten finalists.

3 August 2019Semi-finals Kilkenny 0-13 - 1-16 Cork O'Moore Park, Portlaoise
E Cody 0-6 (5f), N Brassil 0-4 (2f), A Brennan 0-1, E Shefflin 0-1, C Heary 0-1. Report T O’Connell 1-10 (6f, 2 “65s”), B Turnbull 0-2 (2f), R Walsh 0-2, S O’Regan 0-1, S Kennefick 0-1.Referee: J Murphy (Limerick)
4 August 2019Semi-finals Tipperary 8-16 - 1-15 Wexford Nowlan Park, Kilkenny
J Morris 1-5 (0-2 frees); A Ormond, B Seymour, J Cahill 2-1 each; S Hayes 1-1; C Bowe, D Woods (1 free) 0-2 each; B O’Mara, J Fogarty, J Ryan 0-1 each. Report R Banville 0-8 frees; S Keane-Carroll 1-0; S O’Connor, D Doyle 0-2 each; C Clancy, N Murphy, C Turner 0-1 each.Referee: C McAllister (Cork)

Final

24 August 2019Final Tipperary 5-17 - 1-18 Cork LIT Gaelic Grounds, Limerick
B Seymour 2-5 (0-1 sideline), J Morris 0-8 (0-3f, 0-1 ’65), A Ormond 1-2, J Cahill 1-1, C Bourke 1-0, C Bowe 0-1. Report B Turnbull 0-8 (0-7f), T O’Connell 1-2 (0-2 ’65), R Walsh, D Connery (0-1f) 0-2 each, C O’Callaghan, R Downey, S O’Regan, B Roche 0-1 each.Attendance: 18,652
Referee: L Gordon (Galway)

Championship statistics

Top scorers

Top scorers overall
RankPlayerCountyTallyTotalMatchesAverage
1Cathal Kiely Offaly 0-4444411.00
2 Jake Morris Tipperary 2-293548.75
3Ciarán Whelan Carlow 1-2326213.00
4Ross Banville Wexford 0-252538.33
5 Niall Brassil Kilkenny 0-242446.00
6 Billy Seymour Tipperary 4-112345.75
Tommy O'Connell Cork 2-172354.60
7 Brian Turnbull Cork 0-202054.00
8 Shane O'Regan Cork 1-161953.80
9Conor Bowe Tipperary 3-091844.50
Seán Elliott Antrim 2-1218118.00
Eoin Cody Kilkenny 1-151844.50
Top scorers in a single game
RankPlayerClubTallyTotalOpposition
1Cathal Kiely Offaly 0-2020 Dublin
2Seán Elliott Antrim 2-1218 Carlow
3Cian Derwin Dublin 0-1616 Offaly
4 Tommy O'Connell Cork 1-1013 Kilkenny
Ciarán Whelan Carlow 1-1013 Offaly
Jake Morris Tipperary 0-1313 Waterford
Ciarán Whelan Carlow 0-1313 Antrim
5 Billy Seymour Tipperary 2-0511 Cork
6Cathal Kiely Offaly 0-1010 Carlow
Ross Banville Wexford 0-1010 Offaly

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