2019 Lory Meagher Cup

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2019 Lory Meagher Cup
Dates18 May 2019 - 22 June 2019
Teams4
Champions Leitrim (1st Title)
Declan Molloy (captain)
Martin Cunniffe (manager)
Runners-up Lancashire
Greg Jacob (captain)
Stan Murray-Hession (manager)
Promoted Leitrim
Tournament statistics
Matches played7
Goals scored14 (2 per match)
Points scored237 (33.86 per match)
2018 (Previous)(Next) 2020

The 2019 Lory Meagher Cup is the 11th staging of the Lory Meagher Cup, the Gaelic Athletic Association's fifth tier inter-county hurling championship. The draw for the 2019 fixtures took place on 24 October 2018. [1]

Contents

Group Stage

Table

PosTeamPldWDLSFSADiffPtsQualification
1 Colours of Tipperary.svg Lancashire 32016447174Advance to Final
2 Colours of Leitrim.svg Leitrim 3201615564
3 Colours of Fermanagh.svg Fermanagh 3201575344
4 Colours of Cavan.svg Cavan 30034067-270

Round Robin Fixtures

Round 1

18 May 2019Round 1 Lancashire Colours of Tipperary.svg 0-20 - 1-15 Colours of Leitrim.svg Leitrim
18 May 2019Round 1 Cavan Colours of Cavan.svg 1-11 - 0-19 Colours of Fermanagh.svg Fermanagh

Round 2

25 May 2019Round 2 Fermanagh Colours of Fermanagh.svg 2-13 - 0-15 Colours of Tipperary.svg Lancashire
25 May 2019Round 2 Leitrim Colours of Leitrim.svg 1-16 - 0-16 Colours of Cavan.svg Cavan

Round 3

8 June 2019Round 3 Leitrim Colours of Leitrim.svg 2-18 - 1-16 Colours of Fermanagh.svg Fermanagh
1:00 pm
8 June 2019Round 3 Cavan Colours of Cavan.svg 1-7 - 1-26 Colours of Tipperary.svg Lancashire
1:00 pm

Final

22 June 2019 Lancashire Colours of Tipperary.svg 2-22 2-23 Colours of Leitrim.svg Leitrim Croke Park, Dublin
12:00Ronan Crowley 1-9 (4f), Patrick Duggan 1-1, Darren Crowley 0-4, Edmond Kenny 0-2, Trevor Lee 0-2, Tommy Maher 0-2, Conor Duggan 0-1, JJ Dunphy 0-1 Report Gavin O’Hagan 0-9 (6f, 1 pen), Colm Moreton 1-4, James Glancy 1-0, Glement Cunniffe 0-3, Adam Byrne 0-2, Zak Moradi 0-1, Ben Murray 0-1, Liam Moreton 0-1, Karl McDermott 0-1, Enda Moreton 0-1Referee: Kevin Brady (Louth)

Leitrim are promoted to the Nicky Rackard Cup 2020.

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References

  1. "Tier 2, Ring, Rackard, and Meagher Cup draws". GAA website. 25 October 2017. Retrieved 26 March 2018.