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2023 Sigerson Cup

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2023 Sigerson Cup
Dates10 January - February 2023
Teams16
SponsorElectric Ireland
Tournament statistics
Matches played20
Goals scored64 (3.2 per match)
Points scored414 (20.7 per match)
Top scorer(s)Colours of Dublin.svg David Garland (5-11)
Colours of Cork.svg Ryan O'Donovan (0-26)
2022 (Previous) (Next) 2024

The 2023 Sigerson Cup is the 110th staging of the Sigerson Cup since its establishment by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 1910. It is sponsored by Electric Ireland, and known as the Electric Ireland HE GAA Sigerson Cup for sponsorship purposes. The draw for the group stage fixtures took place on 14 December 2022.[1] The cup is scheduled to run from 10 January to February 2023.

Fixtures and results

Round 1

10 January 2023 Round 1 SETU Carlow 0-08 - 0-14 St Mary's University College SETU Carlow Grounds
C Farrell 0-4 (3fs), E Murtagh, C Hulton 0-2 each. Report S Rock 0-4 (2fs), C McConville 0-3(fs), D Magee, C Murphy 0-2 each, M McCarville, S Donnelly, M Og McGleenan 0-1 each.
10 January 2023 Round 1 ATU Donegal 1-07 - 4-15 DCU Dóchas Éireann Convoy Grounds
K McGroddy 1-0; J McSharry 0-2; L Gaughan, C O’Donnell, M McAteer 0-1; J Bradley-Walsh 0-1, 1f. Report R Finnerty 2-3, 1f; L O'Dell 1-4; C Corbett 1-2; S Walsh 0-2, 2f; A Beirne, M Costello, P Hughes, S Jones 0-1.
10 January 2023 Round 1 Queen's University, Belfast 1-12 - 1-11 Ulster University The Dub
L Donnelly (1-2, 1f), D Higgins (0-3), D Baker (0-2), O Mallon (0-1), T Bogue (0-1), P Purcell (0-1m), F Canavan (0-1) and P McGrane (0-1) Report C Cush (0-3f), R Magill (1-0), ADonaghy (0-2), D Canavan (0-1m), C McColgan (0-1), R Jones (0-1), J Largo Elis (0-1), B McCarron (0-1) and O Murdock (0-1)
10 January 2023 Round 1 MTU Cork 0-13 - 2-11 University College Dublin MTU Cork Grounds
R O'Donovan (0-10, 8 frees, 1 45); A O’Shea, D O’Connor (free), S Walsh (0-1 each). Report D Cregg (1-5, 0-4 frees); D Garland (1-3, 0-1 mark); D Moriarty, B O’Carroll, C Feely (0-1 each).
11 January 2023 Round 1 Technological University Dublin 1-13 - 0-09 ATU Galway TU Dublin, Grangegorman
M Lavin 0-5 (2f), K Callaghan 1-0, R O’Dwyer 0-2 (2f), S Cunnane 0-2, F O’Shea, R Deegan, K McGinnis, D Campion 0-1 each. Report D Farrell 0-4 (4f), D Ruane 0-2, N Grainger (f), J Foley, C Reed 0-1 each.
11 January 2023 Round 1 University of Galway 3-10 - 1-06 Maynooth University Dangan Grounds
T Culhane 1-4 (0-2f, 0-1m), P O’Donnell 1-1, C Sweeney 1-0, M Tierney 0-2, S O’Flynn 0-1, P Kelly 0-1, C Monaghan 0-1. Report D Kirwan 1-2 (0-2f), D Walsh 0-1f, R Kinsella 0-1, S O’Sullivan 0-1f, D Hanafin 0-1.
11 January 2023 Round 1 ATU Sligo 4-06 - 0-12 MTU Kerry ATU Sligo Grounds
J Davitt (2-0, 1-0 pen), A Kelleghan (1-1), J Keaney (1-0), M Barrett (0-2, 2f), R O'Rourke (0-1), O McLoughlin (0-1, 1f), C McGahon (0-1) Report T Brosnan (0-5, 4f, 1'45'), A Darmody (0-2), G Vaughan (0-1), M Nolan (0-1), K Evans (0-1), C Frayne (0-1), R O'Grady (0-1).
11 January 2023 Round 1 University College Cork 0-10 - 2-07 University of Limerick The Mardyke
S Quilter (0-4, 0-2 frees, 0-1 ‘45); S Merritt, F Herlihy, K Falvey, S O’Connor (0-1 mark), M Cronin (free), D Geaney (0-1 each). Report P Keaney (0-4, 0-1 free); Paul Walsh (pen), P Matthews (1-0 each); J Coyne, C Downes, A Griffin (0-1 each).

Round 2A

17 January 2023 Round 2A University of Limerick 1-17 - 3-11
Penalties:
2-3
Technological University Dublin UL Grounds
P Walsh 0-5 (2f, 1m); P Keaney 0-4 (2f) D Cashman 1-0; M Lenehan, E McMahon (1f) 0-2 each; J Hayes, C Downes, B McNamara, A Griffin 0-1 each. Report K Callaghan 2-2; S Guiden (0-3f) 0-5; C Grimes 1-0; C Hickey 0-2; F O’Shea, K McGinnis 0-1 each.
19 January 2023 Round 2A University College Dublin 1-06 - 2-11 University of Galway Belfield Grounds
D Garland 1-5 (0-4f, 0-1 mark), D Cregg 0-1. Report M Tierney 0-7 (4f), C Sweeney 1-1, T Culhane 1-0, M McInerney (mark), P Kelly (f), D Hunt 0-1 each.
19 January 2023 Round 2A ATU Sligo 0-06 - 1-10 St Mary's University College ATU Sligo Grounds
Aaron Kelleghan (0-3, 3f), Joseph Keaney (0-2), DJ Earley (0-1, 1 '45') Report Cormac Murphy (1-2), Sean Rock (0-2, 1f), Charlie Smyth (0-1, '45'), Jude Campbell (0-1), Danny Magee (0-1), Michael McCallan (0-1), Matt Óg McGleenan (0-1), Dara O'Callaghan (0-1)
20 January 2023 Round 2A DCU Dóchas 3-14 - 0-05 Queen's University, Belfast DCU Sportsgrounds
R Finnerty 2-3 (0-3f), K McGann 1-2, S Walsh 0-3 (3f), C Corbett (f), D Lacey (f), M Costello (f), S O’Donnell, B Carroll, J McGroddy 0-1 each. Report R Donnelly (f), L Donnelly (f), 0-2 each, P McGrane 0-1.

Round 2B

18 January 2023 Round 2B ATU Galway 0-08 - 1-12 University College Cork Tuam Stadium
N Grainger 0-3 (3 free), J Foley 0-1, C Raftery 0-1, D Ruane 0-1, D Farrell 0-1, G Higgins 0-1. Report D Geaney 0-6 (5 free), S O’Connor 1-0, C Begley 0-2, F Herlihy 0-1, B Hartnett 0-1, K Falvey 0-1, M Cronin 0-1.
18 January 2023 Round 2B SETU Carlow 2-09 - 0-12 MTU Kerry SETU Carlow Grounds
E Hackett 2-0, C Farrell 0-3, P O’Driscoll, 0-2, C Doyle, D McDermott, C Hulton, J Moore 0-1 each. Report T Brosnan 0-3, 0-2f, E Looney, K Evans, R O’Grady (0-1f) 0-2 each, M Nee, C Frayne, D Lyne 0-1 each.
19 January 2023 Round 2B Maynooth University 2-11 - 2-14 MTU Cork National Sports Campus
D Kirwan (0-6, 3 frees), D Conlon (1-1), R O Giolláin (1-0), S O’Sullivan (0-2, 2 frees), D Hanafin (0-2). Report R O’Donovan (0-10, 4 frees, 1 45), L Smith (1-1), P Ring, D O’Connor (1-0 each), E O’Connor, A O’Shea, A Walsh (0-1 each).
22 January 2023 Round 2B Ulster University 2-11 - 1-13 ATU Donegal Shamrock Park
C Cush 1-5, 1-0, 3f; A Gilmore 1-4, 4f; K Gallagher 0-1; D Canavan 0-1 Report J Bradley-Walsh 0-8, 5f, 45; E Dowling 1-0; K McGroddy 0-2, C O’Donnell and K Dunleavy 0-1; J McGee 0-1, 1f.

Round 3

24 January 2023 Round 3 University of Limerick 4-10 - 1-04 SETU Carlow UL Grounds
C Downes 2-1; E McMahon 0-5 (1f); A Griffin 1-0; P Keaney 0-2 (1f, 1 ’45); M Lenehan, J Hayes 0-1 each. Report C Hulton 0-3; T Griffin 1-0; C Farrell 0-1 (45).
24 January 2023 Round 3 MTU Cork 3-12 - 2-07 ATU Sligo Clonad Grounds
R O’Donovan (0-6, 5 frees), E O’Hanlon 1-1, D O’Connor 1-1, D O’Connor 1-0, A O’Shea 0-2, D Buckey 0-1, R Maguire 0-1. Report F Ayorinde 2-0, A Kelleghan 0-4, 3 frees, O McLoughlin 0-1, J Keaney 0-1, L Molloy 0-1.
25 January 2023 Round 3 Ulster University 3-10 - 7-08 University College Dublin Jordanstown Grounds
C Cush 2-1 (1-0pen), A Gilmore 0-3f, R Jones 1-0, M Gallagher, T Close, K Gallagher, D Magill, C McCrickard 0-1 and J Largo Elis 0-1 each Report D Garland 3-3 (1f), D Cregg 2-2 (2f), P Ruttledge 1-1, O Lynch 1-0 (own goal), D McElearney and D Moriarty 0-1 each
25 January 2023 Round 3 University College Cork 0-19 - 3-10
Penalties:
7-6
Queen's University Belfast National Sports Campus
M Cronin (0-7, 6 frees); C O'Mahony & D Geaney (0-1f, 0-1m) (0-4 each); S Merritt (0-1f), K Falvey, F Herlihy, R Murphy (0-1). Report L Donnelly (3-3, 0-3 frees); R Donnelly (0-3); D Higgins (0-2, 2 frees); O Mallon, T Bogue (0-1).

Quarter-finals

31 January 2023 Quarter-final DCU Dóchas Éireann v MTU Cork

Semi-finals

Semi-final v
Semi-final v

Final

Final v

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Statistics

Top scorers

Overall
Rank Player Club Tally Total Matches Average
1 David Garland UCD 5-11 26 2 11.50
Ryan O'Donovan MTU Cork 0-26 26 2 11.50
3 Luke Donnelly Queen's 4-07 19 3 6.33
4 Robert Finnerty DCU Dóchas Éireann 4-06 18 2 9.00
Conor Cush Ulster University 3-09 18 3 6.00
6 Daire Cregg UCD 3-08 17 3 5.66
7 Kevin Callaghan TU Dublin 3-02 11 2 5.50
Darragh Kirwan TU Dublin 1-08 11 2 5.50
Aaron Kelleghan ATU Sligo 1-08 11 3 3.66
Dylan Geaney UCC 0-11 11 3 3.66
In a single game
Rank Player Club Tally Total Opposition
1 David Garland UCD 3-03 12 Ulster University
Luke Donnelly Queen's 3-03 12 UCC
3 Ryan O'Donovan MTU Cork 0-10 10 UCD
Ryan O'Donovan MTU Cork 0-10 10 Maynooth University
5 Robert Finnerty DCU Dóchas Éireann 2-03 9 ATU Donegal
Robert Finnerty DCU Dóchas Éireann 2-03 9 Queen's
6 Kevin Callaghan TU Dublin 2-02 8 University of Limerick
Daire Cregg UCD 2-02 8 Ulster University
Conor Cush Ulster University 1-05 8 ATU Donegal
Daire Cregg UCD 1-05 8 MTU Cork
David Garland UCD 1-05 8 University of Galway
Joe Bradley-Walsh ATU Donegal 0-08 8 Ulster University

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Source: "2023 Sigerson Cup", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 26th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2023_Sigerson_Cup.

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  1. ^ "Here are the 2023 Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cup draws". The 42. 14 December 2022. Retrieved 17 January 2022.
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