Following last weekends Heineken Cup final and Champions League final and the FA Cup from the previous weekend, it has been an exciting time at the top of the leaderboard. The early leader Bernard Madden now lies in joint 4th position on 33 points along with former winner Des McCarthy, Eimear O'Sullivan, Oliver O'Brien, Susan O'Brien and Vera Neoralova. Colman O'Brien sits in sole 3rd position on 41 points. Thomas Brennan is alone in 2nd with 43 points. Former winner Peter Long has been catapulted into first position thanks to an impressive haul of 30 points having picked Arsenal, Real Madrid and Toulon to win their respective competitions. The full league table can be seen on the sportsprophet website.
The Premier Intermediate hurling championship 1st round Kilbrittain v Newcestown will be broadcast live on C103 from 7pm for anyone who cannot make the game and especially for anyone abroad who can access C103 online.
The lads in Sydney have been on to say "Best of luck lads on Saturday".
Fair play to them. Best Of Luck to the Premier Intermediate Hurlers in the 1st round against Newcestown tonight at 7pm in Bandon.
As the playing season is now in full swing, many players are using Lucozade sports drinks. Please remember to keep the sports bottle caps, (blue, white, red and the new green caps). There is plenty of gear to be got by simply exchanging these bottle caps for the gear at the end of the year. Collection points will soon be set up in Hickeys Shop, Cashmans, Kilbrittain Inn and the Post Office. Anyone who sees lucozade sport bottles discarded in dressing rooms or in the public arena, are encouraged to take the cap off the bottle and discard the bottle in a bin. Caps can be given to club officers also.
Best of luck to Ross Cashman and Jamie Wall and also Peter Brennan who are all involved with the Cork Intermediate Hurlers on Sunday in Thurles.
The Cork Intermediate Hurling team to play Waterford in the Munster Quarter-Final on Sunday at 2pm in Thurles will line out as follows:
1. Richie Cunningham (Youghal)
2. Brian O’Sullivan (Fermoy)
3. Alan Dennehy (Charleville)
4. John O'Callaghan (Inniscarra - Captain)
5. Cormac Murphy (Mallow)
6. Ross Cashman (Kilbrittain)
7. Michael Walsh (Kildorrery)
8. Nicky Kelly (Mayfield)
9. John Cronin (Lisgoold)
10. Barry Lawton (Castlemartyr)
11. Peter O’Brian (Kildorrery)
12. Michael O’Sullivan (Tracton)
13. Colm Casey (Inniscarra)
14. Jamie Wall (Kilbrittain)
15. Mark Kenefick (Ballygarvan)
16. James Mc Sweeney (Bandon)
17. Barra Ó Tuama (Castlemartyr)
18. John Grace (Youghal)
19. Tadhg Healy (Buttevant)
20. Colm Barry (Castlelyons)
21. Colm Spillane (Castlelyons)
22. Ronan Crowley (Bandon)
23. David Drake (Carrigaline)
24. John Sheehan (Argideen Rangers)
ManagementLiam Hayes (Dromina) - Coach
Pat O'Connell (Delany's)
Seamus Lawton (Castlemartyr)
Peter Brennan (Ballinhassig)
Jerry Linehan (Inniscarra)
Best of luck to the Kilbrittain Premier Intermediate hurlers who start the 2014 championship campaign on Saturday evening next, 24th May against Newcestown in Bandon at 7pm.
There will be extra-time in the event of a draw.
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