2006 Inter-Provincial Hurling Championship

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2006 Interprovincial Hurling Championship
Dates 14 October
– 28 October 2006
Teams Flag of Connacht.svg Connacht
Flag of Leinster.svg Leinster
Flag of Munster.svg Munster
Flag of Ulster.svg Ulster
Champions Leinster
Tournament statistics
Matches played 3
Goals scored 6 (2 per match)
Points scored 104 (34.67 per match)
Top scorer(s) Eugene Cloonan (2-15)
2005 (Previous) (Next) 2007

The 2006 Interprovincial Hurling Championship, known as the 2006 M Donnelly Hurling Interprovincial Championship due to the tournament's sponsorship by businessman Martin Donnelly, was the 79th series of the Interprovincial Championship. The annual hurling championship between the four historic provinces of Ireland was contested by Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster. The championship was won by Leinster.

Results[edit]

Inter provincial Championship[edit]

October 14
Semi-final
Leinster 2-19 - 0-12 Ulster
D Franks (0-6)
A Fogarty (1-2)
R Power (0-4)
J Bergin (1-0)
R McCarthy (0-3)
J McCaffrey (0-2)
Diarmuid Lyng (0-1)
E Brennan (0-1)
Report J McIntosh (0-10)
S McBride (0-1)
R Convery (0-1)
Parnell Park, Dublin
Referee: M Haverty (Galway)

October 15
Semi-final
Munster 1-16 - 2-17 Connacht
E Kelly (1-6)
P Kelly (0-3)
N Gilligan (0-2)
T Carmody (0-2)
A O'Shaughnessy (0-1)
M Walsh (0-1)
N Moran (0-1)
Report E Cloonan (2-6)
R Murray (0-3)
D Tierney (0-2)
G Farragher (0-1)
K Broderick (0-1)
T Óg Regan (0-1)
A Kerins (0-1)
D Collins (0-1)
F Healy (0-1)
Cusack Park, Ennis
Referee: B Gavin (Offaly)

October 28
Final
Connacht 0-17 - 1-23 Leinster
E Cloonan (0-9)
I Tannian (0-3)
F Healy (0-2)
M Kerins (0-1)
R Murray (0-1)
D Tierney (0-1)
Report R Power (0-7)
E Brennan (0-6)
J Bergin (1-3)
A Fogarty (0-4)
E Larkin (0-2)
Derek Lyng (0-1)
Pearse Stadium, Galway
Referee: S Roche (Tipperary)
GK 1 Liam Donoghue
RCB 2 Damien Joyce
FB 3 Ger Mahon Substituted off 47'
LCB 4 Tony Óg Regan
RWB 5 David Collins
CB 6 Diarmuid Cloonan
LWB 7 John Lee
MD 8 Richie Murray Substituted off 60'
MD 9 David Tierney
RWF 10 Iarla Tannian
CF 11 Mark Kerins
LWF 12 Alan Kerins Substituted off 44'
RCF 13 Kenneth Burke Substituted off 25'
FF 14 Eugene Cloonan
LCF 15 Fergal Healy
Substitutes:
Damien Hayes Substituted in 25'
Niall Healy Substituted in 44'
M. J. Quinn Substituted in 47'
Ger Farragher Substituted in 60'
GK 1 Brian Mullins
RCB 2 Richie Mullally Substituted off 48'
FB 3 John Tennyson
LCB 4 James Ryall
RWB 5 Tommy Walsh
CB 6 Rory Hanniffy
LWB 7 Diarmuid Lyng Substituted off 67'
MD 8 Derek Lyng Substituted off 59'
MD 9 Gary Hanniffy
RWF 10 Eoin Larkin Substituted off 67'
CF 11 Richie Power
LWF 12 David Franks Substituted off 29'
RCF 13 Eddie Brennan (c)
FF 14 Joe Bergin
LCF 15 Aidan Fogarty
Substitutes:
Michael Jacob Substituted in 29'
Malachy Travers Substituted in 48'
James Young Substituted in 59'
Darren McCormack Substituted in 67'
John McCaffrey Substituted in 67'

Top scorers[edit]

Championship[edit]

Rank Player County Tally Total Matches Average
1 Eugene Cloonan Connacht 2–15 21 2 10.50

Single game[edit]

Rank Player County Tally Total Opposition
1 Eugene Cloonan Connacht 2-6 10 Munster
1 Johnny McIntosh Ulster 0-10 10 Leinster
1 Eoin Kelly Munster 1-6 9 Connacht
Eugene Cloonan Connacht 0-9 10 Leinster