2012 Interprovincial Hurling Championship

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2012 Interprovincial Hurling Championship
Dates 19 February
– 4 March 2012
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 11 (3.67 per match)
Points scored 98 (32.67 per match)
Top scorer(s) Richie Power (1-15)
2009 (Previous) (Next) 2013

The 2012 Interprovincial Hurling Championship, known as the 2012 M Donnelly Hurling Interprovincial Championship due to the tournament's sponsorship by businessman Martin Donnelly, is the 83rd series of the Interprovincial Championship. The annual hurling championship between the four historic provinces of Ireland is contested by Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster. The championship was won by Leinster.

Participants[edit]

The teams involved are:

Province Manager Captain
Flag of Connacht.svg Connacht Anthony Cunningham
Flag of Leinster.svg Leinster Joe Dooley Jackie Tyrrell
Flag of Munster.svg Munster Liam Sheedy Eoin Kelly
Flag of Ulster.svg Ulster Gregory O'Kane Cormac Donnelly

Results[edit]

Interpovincial Championship[edit]

February 19
Semi-final
14:00 IST/GMT+0 (UTC+0)
Leinster 3-14 – 1-16 Munster
R Power (1-5)
S Dooley (0-5)
J Bergin (1-1)
M Fennelly (1-0)
B Hogan (0-1)
E Larkin (0-1)
C Fennelly (0-1)
Report J Conlon (1-3)
P Horgan (0-3)
J Gardiner (0-3)
P Mahony (0-2)
M Walsh (0-1)
P Cronin (0-1)
S McGrath (0-1)
P Donnellan (0-1)
E Kelly (0-1)
Nowlan Park, Kilkenny
Referee: A Kelly (Galway)
GK 1 Gary Maguire
RCB 2 Paul Murphy
FB 3 Noel Hickey
LCB 4 Jackie Tyrrell (c)
RWB 5 Tommy Walsh
CB 6 Brian Hogan Substituted off 35'
LWB 7 J. J. Delaney
MD 8 Michael Fennelly Substituted off 64'
MD 9 Michael Rice
RWF 10 Ryan O'Dwyer Substituted off 54'
CF 11 Richie Power
LWF 12 Eoin Larkin
RCF 13 Shane Dooley
CF 14 Joe Bergin Substituted off 61'
LCF 15 Richie Hogan Substituted off 35'
Substitutes:
Willie Hyland Substituted in 35'
Darren Stamp Substituted in 35'
Colin Fennelly Substituted in 54'
Rory Hanniffy Substituted in 61'
Rory Jacob Substituted in 66'
Manager:
Joe Dooley
Selectors:
John Conran
Derek Lyng
GK 1 Donal Óg Cusack
RCB 2 Michael Cahill
FB 3 Paul Curran
LCB 4 Tom Condon
RWB 5 John Gardiner Substituted off 58'
CB 6 Pádraic Maher
LWB 7 Pat Donnellan
MD 8 Shane O'Sullivan
MD 9 Shane McGrath Substituted off 39'
RWF 10 Pa Cronin Substituted off 44'
CF 11 Michael Walsh
LWF 12 Brendan Maher
RCF 13 John Conlon
CF 14 Eoin Kelly (c) Substituted off 58'
LCF 15 Patrick Horgan Substituted off 35'
Substitutes:
Donal O'Grady Substituted in 39'
Stephen Molumphy Substituted in 44'
Pauric Mahony Substituted in 58'
Gearóid Ryan Substituted in 58'
Kevin Moran Substituted in 67'
Manager:
Liam Sheedy
Selectors:
Jamesie O'Connor
Stephen Frampton

February 19
Semi-final
14:00 IST/GMT+0 (UTC+0)
Connacht 3–19 – 1-15 Ulster
N Burke (0-8)
I Tannian (1-4)
E Ryan (1-3)
D Glennon (1-0)
J Coen (0-2)
N Healy (0-2)
Report K Stewart (0-6)
N McManus (0-5)
C Donnelly (1-0)
M Armstrong (0-2)
N McAuley (0-1)
C Carville (0-1)
Duggan Park, Ballinasloe
Referee: T Carroll (Offaly)
GK 1 Jamie Ryan
RCB 2 Pádraig Shiel
FB 3 Niall Donoghue
LCB 4 Gerard O'Halloran
RWB 5 Tony Óg Regan
CB 6 Fergal Moore
LWB 7 Brian Flaherty Substituted off 58'
MD 8 Jason Grealish Substituted off 46'
MD 9 Donal Fox Substituted off 35'
RWF 10 Bernard Burke
CF 11 Niall Burke Substituted off 56'
LWF 12 Éanna Ryan
RCF 13 Damien Hayes
CF 14 Johnny Coen Substituted off 74'
LCF 15 Iarla Tannian
Substitutes:
Barry Daly Substituted in 35'
Davy Glennon Substituted in 46'
Niall Healy Substituted in 56'
Paul Gordon Substituted in 58'
Keith Raymond Substituted in 74'
Manager:
Anthony Cunningham
Selectors:
Mattie Murphy
Tom Helebert
GK 1 Graham Clarke
RCB 2 Aaron Graffin
FB 3 Cormac Donnelly (c)
LCB 4 Seán Ennis Substituted off 78'
RWB 5 Neil McCauley
CB 6 Liam Hinphey
LWB 7 Simon McCrory
MD 8 Connor Woods
MD 9 Neil McManus
RWF 10 Michael Herron
CF 11 Kevin McGarry Substituted off 35'
LWF 12 Michael Armstrong
RCF 13 Paul McCloskey Substituted off 43'
CF 14 Karl Stewart
LCF 15 Cathal Carville
Substitutes:
James Coyle Substituted in 35'
Ryan Gaffney Substituted in 43'
Michael Ennis Substituted in 78'
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Manager:
Gregory O'Kane

March 4
Final
14:00 IST/GMT+0 (UTC+0)
Leinster 2-19 – 1-15 Connacht
R Power (0-10)
R O'Dwyer (2-2)
S Dooley (0-3)
J Bergin (0-2)
E Larkin (0-2)
Report C Cooney (0-9)
D Hayes (1-1)
B Burke (0-3)
I Tannian (0-1)
D Burke (0-1)
Nowlan Park, Kilkenny
Referee: C Lyons (Cork)
GK 1 Gary Maguire Substituted off 35'
RCB 2 Paul Murphy
FB 3 Keith Rossiter
LCB 4 Niall Corcoran Substituted off 61'
RWB 5 Tommy Walsh
CB 6 Jackie Tyrrell (c)
LWB 7 Rory Hanniffy
MD 8 Michael Rice
MD 9 Michael Fennelly
RWF 10 Richie Power
CF 11 Joe Bergin
LWF 12 Eoin Larkin
RCF 13 Shane Dooley Substituted off 61'
FF 14 Ryan O'Dwyer Substituted off 49'
LCF 15 T. J. Reid Substituted off 48'
Substitutes:
David Herity Substituted in 35'
Paul Ryan Substituted in 48'
Brendan Murtagh Substituted in 49'
Rory Jacob Substituted in 61'
David Kenny Substituted in 61'
Manager:
Joe Dooley
Selectors:
John Conran
Derek Lyng
GK 1 Jamie Ryan
RCB 2 Pádraig Shiel
FB 3 David Collins
LCB 4 Gerard O'Halloran
RWB 5 Niall Donoghue Substituted off 60'
CB 6 Fergal Moore
LWB 7 Joseph Cooney
MD 8 Aidan Harte
MD 9 Jason Grealish Substituted off 33'
RWF 10 Johnny Coen Substituted off 35'
CF 11 Conor Cooney
LWF 12 Iarla Tannian Substituted off 42'
RCF 13 Bernard Burke
FF 14 Barry Daly Substituted off 48'
LCF 15 David Burke
Substitutes:
Paul Gordon Substituted in 33'
Damien Hayes Substituted in 35'
James Regan Substituted in 42'
Davy Glennon Substituted in 48'
Keith Raymond Substituted in 60'
Manager:
Anthony Cunningham
Selectors:
Mattie Murphy
Tom Helebert

Top scorers[edit]

Championship[edit]

Rank Player County Tally Total Matches Average
1 Richie Power Leinster 1–15 18 2 9.00

Single game[edit]

Rank Player County Tally Total Opposition
1 Richie Power Leinster 0-10 10 Connacht
2 Conor Cooney Connacht 0-9 9 Leinster
3 Ryan O'Dwyer Leinster 2-2 8 Connacht
Richie Power Leinster 1-5 8 Munster
Niall Burke Connacht 0-8 8 Ulster

Media coverage[edit]

None of the Interprovincial Championship semi-finals of final were broadcast live on television, however, brief highlights of all three games were shown on TG4's GAA 2012 highlights programme.

External links[edit]