2009 O'Byrne Cup

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2009 O'Byrne Cup
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Winners
O'Byrne Cup Champions Louth (4th win)
Captain Shane Lennon
Manager Eamonn McEneaney
2008
2010

The 2009 O'Byrne Cup was a Gaelic football competition played by the teams of Leinster GAA. The competition differs from the Leinster Senior Football Championship as it also features further education colleges and the winning team does not progress to another tournament at All-Ireland level. The winners of the 2009 O'Byrne Cup were Louth.[1]

O'Byrne Cup[edit]

First Round
4 January 2009
Quarter Finals
11 January 2009
Semi Finals
18 January 2009
Final
25 January 2009
Louth 2-14
U.C.D. 1-02 Louth 4-12
Longford 2-12 Longford 0-05
A.I.T. 1-07 Louth 2-19
Dublin 0-15 Wicklow 1-10
Offaly 1-07 Dublin 0-06
Wicklow 2-10 Wicklow 0-09
Carlow 1-08 Louth 1-17
Kildare 1-12   D.C.U. 1-10
Wexford 0-09 Kildare 1-10
Meath 1-17 Meath 0-08
Westmeath 0-07 Kildare 0-11
D.C.U. 1-14   D.C.U. 2-08
Laois 1-13   D.C.U. 0-11
D.I.T 0-18   D.I.T. 0-05
Kilkenny 2-06

First Round[edit]

The eight winning teams from the first round of the O'Byrne Cup go on to qualify for the quarter finals of the tournament. The losers of the first round go on to the O'Byrne Shield quarter finals.

4 January 2009
Louth 2-14 - 1-02 U.C.D.
P Smith 2-02, D Clarke 0-04, A Reid 0-03, D Crilly 0-02, R Carroll, S Lennon, D Maguire 0-01 each. M Ronaldson 1-01, J Fitzpatrick 0-01.
Drogheda

4 January 2009
Longford 2-12 - 1-07 A.I.T.
D Morgan 1-03, P Shanley 1-01, C Mimnagh, W Skelly 0-02 each, C Flynn, E Murtagh, S Doyle, K Mulligan 0-01 each. B Smith 0-05,M Lundy 1-00, R Galligan 0-02.
Ballymahon

4 January 2009
Dublin 0-15 - 1-07 Offaly
J O'Brien, D Byrne 0-05 each, A Reilihan 0-03, D Lally, G Smith 0-01 each. Report T Deehan 1-01, R Guinan 0-03, N Smith, C Carroll, N Coughlan 0-01 each.
Tullamore

4 January 2009
Wicklow 2-10 - 1-08 Carlow
J McGrath 1-01, D Odlum 1-00, S Furlong 0-03, T Hannon 0-02, P McWalter, D Hayden, L Glynn, P Earls 0-01 each. B Murphy 0-06, JJ Smith 1-00, M Carpenter, J Kavanagh 0-01 each.
Blessington

4 January 2009
Kildare 1-12 - 0-09 Wexford
J Kavanagh 1-02, M Conway, M O'Sullivan 0-03, R Sweeney 0-02, M Scanlon, M Hartnett 0-01 each. J Murphy 0-05, B Brosnan, P Naughter, C Deely, S Cullen 0-01 each.
Newbridge

4 January 2009
Meath 1-17 - 0-07 Westmeath
C Ward 1-05, G Reilly 0-03, S Bray, E Reilly, J Queeney, J Sheridan 0-02 each, D Bray 0-01. Report P Tormey 0-02, D McGuinness, P Bannon, E Leonard, D Bannon, P Kelly 0-01 each.
Navan

4 January 2009
D.C.U. 1-14 - 1-13 Laois
C Mortimer 0-07, C Cregg 1-02, B Waters, B Sheridan, R Cullivan, M McElihinney, R Maguire 0-01 each. D Brennan 1-02, MJ Tierney 0-04, B Sheehan 0-03, Z Tuohy 0-02, R Munnelly, P O'Leary 0-01 each.
Portarlington

4 January 2009
D.I.T. 0-18 - 2-06 Kilkenny
M Vaughan 0-08, E Gaffney 0-03, P Brogan, M Reilly 0-02 each, P O'Neill, B O'Loughlin, D Sheridan 0-01 each. R Shore, M Nolan 1-00 each, C Roche 0-03, L Brennan 0-02, M Grace 0-01.
Freshford

Quarter finals[edit]

11 January 2009
Louth 4-12 - 0-05 Longford

11 January 2009
Wicklow 0-09 - 0-06 Dublin
Report

11 January 2009
Kildare 1-10 - 1-08 Meath

11 January 2009
D.C.U. 0-11 - 0-05 D.I.T.

Semi finals[edit]

18 January 2009
Louth 2-19 - 1-10 Wicklow

18 January 2009
D.C.U. 2-08 - 0-11 Kildare

Final[edit]

25 January 2009
Louth 1-17 - 1-10 D.C.U.
Gerard Hoey(0-1), Ronan Carroll(0-1), Brian White(0-7, 1F, 2'45s), David Reid(0-1), Darren Clarke(0-5, 2F), Paraic Smith(0-1), Derek Maguire(0-1). Report Paddy Andrews(1-0, OG), Ray Cullivan(0-1), Brian Sheridan(0-4, 4F), Sean Johnston(0-5, 3F), Conor Rafferty(1-0).

O'Byrne Shield[edit]

The teams included in the quarter finals of the O'Byrne Shield were Offaly, Carlow, Wexford, Laois, Kilkenny, UCD, Athlone IT and Westmeath. Laois were the eventual winners in the final against Carlow.

Quarter Finals
11 January 2009
Semi Finals
18 January 2009
Final
25 January 2009
Laois 4-18
Kilkenny 1-04 Laois 2-14
Westmeath 2-13 Westmeath 1-09
Wexford 2-11 Laois 1-13
Carlow 2-11 Carlow 1-06
Offaly 0-13 Carlow 1-17
U.C.D. 0-12   U.C.D. 0-13
A.I.T. 0-08

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Leinster GAA results archive". GAA. Retrieved 2010-01-12.