Dr. Harty Cup
The Dr. Harty Cup is a hurling competition for schools in the province of Munster in Ireland. The
cup is presented to the winners of the Munster Colleges Senior "A" Hurling Championship. Players have to be under the age of 18 and a half to compete. The Cup is named after the former GAA patron Archbishop Harty. The winning team represents Munster in the Dr. Croke Cup which is awarded to the winners of the All-Ireland Senior "A" Colleges Hurling Championship. In the past few years, the runner-up has also represented the province. St Flannan’s of Ennis have the most titles with 21 while De La Salle have won 2 titles in 2007 and 2008. All Ireland Croke Cup titles followed these Harty Cup victories in both years. Players involved in those historic victories included Pauric and Philip Mahony, Steven Daniels, Jake Dillon, Eddie Barrett, Noel Connors and Barry Coughlan – all current inter county hurlers.
The 2015 panel will play Blackwater on the 14th of October in Fraher Field in the opening game.
Managers: Dermot Dooley Jonathan Moore Kevin Moran Paidi Nevin
Dean Ryan Cup
The White Cup
Munster colleges u15 hurling. The White Cup takes place each February/March. De La Salle have been successful on 3 occasions in this completion- 1983, 1990 and 2004. Current teacher and Waterford senior hurling manager Derek McGrath was part of the 1990 winning team.
The u14 team competes in 2 competitions. Namely the county championship and the regional Tournament, The Br Anselm Barrett Cup. This tournament includes teams such as Thurles, ArdScoil Ris, Kilkenny CBS, Good Counsel and St Peters. The tournament first took place in 2011 and has been a huge success taking place in De La Salle, Gracedieu each March. As of yet De La Salle have not won the tournament with Kilkenny CBS winning 2 out of the 5 tournaments. Contact Mr Moore for training details.
Note: All training and matches are subject to change on a weekly basis as we try to accommodate players involved in club competitions.