St. Patrick’s College Thurles Reclaim Fergal Maher Cup

Congratulations to the victorious hurlers of St. Patrick’s College, who recently won the Fergal Maher Cup for the second time in three years. Competing in the final for the third successive year in the competition the hurlers were once again successful in bringing the cup home to Thurles.


Captained by Thurles Sarsfield’s clubman, Barry McLoughlin, the team won by a very impressive margin of 4-19 to 1-7 against St. Mary’s College. Belfast.  The side is made up of hurlers from many different hurling strongholds around the country, including, Kilkenny, Wexford, Limerick, Cork and Galway.

In addition to Barry McLoughlin, County Tipperary was also represented by Moycarkey-Borris clubman Ailbe Power and Thurles Sarsfield’s Liam Cullen.
Rory Hickey, from Lisdowney in Kilkenny stole the show with an incredible personal tally of 4-5.

Team: Rory Hickey (4-5, Lisdowney, Kilkenny); Kevin Foley (0-3, Raparees-Starlights, Wexford); Cathal McNamara (0-3 Doon, Limerick); Cian Ryan (0-2, Windgap, Kilkenny); Evan Walsh (0-2, O’Loughlin Gaels, Kilkenny);  Brian Kennedy (0-2, St. Lachtains, Kilkenny); Jason Corcoran (0-1, John Lockes, Kilkenny); Anthony Roche (0-1, Raparees-Starlights, Wexford); P.J. Trant (Graigue-Ballycallan, Kilkenny); Ailbe Power ( Moycarkey-Borris); Barry McLoughlin  (Capt, Thurles Sarsfileds); Dan Doheny (John Lockes, Kilkenny); John Cullinane (Thomastown, Kilkenny); Rob Barron (St. James, Wexford); Dean O’Toole (Kilaneran, Wexford); Liam Lacey (St.Patrick’s Ballyragget, Kilkenny); Liam Cullen (Thurles Sarsfields); Cathal McCarthy (Balinadee, Cork); Colm Cummins (Doon, Limerick); Fionn Carew (Doon, Limerick) and Aaron Staunton (Mountbellew-Moylough).

Referee: Alan Kelly (Galway)


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