Score Line

Some articles on score line:

Timmy Ryan - Playing Career - Inter-county
... ‘the Cats’ claiming the title on a score line of 1-7 to 0-6 ... metropolitans proved to be no pushover as the game ended in a draw on a score line of 2-7 to 3-4 ... Limerick, however, had the measure of ‘the Cats’ on the day and claimed victory on a score line of 5-6 to 1-5 ...
Christy Moylan - Playing Career - Inter-county
... close game Waterford emerged as the victors on a score line of 3-5 to 2-5 ... Eventually, victory went to ‘the Dubs’ on a score line of 2-5 to 1-6 ... Waterford emerged victorious on a score line of 4-7 to 3-9 giving Moylan his second Munster medal ...
Justin Mc Carthy (hurler) - Managing Waterford
... Waterford assert themselves and they went on to win the game on a score line of 2-23 to 3-12 ... however, McCarthy’s men won on a score line of 3-16 to 1-21 ... Cork won the day on a score line of 2-17 to 2-15 and confined Waterford to the qualifiers ...
Matty Power - Playing Career - Inter-county
... in 1927 as ‘the Dubs’ defeated his own native-county on a huge score line of 7-7 to 4-6 ... On that occasion both sides finished level on a score line of 1-6 apiece ... Kilkenny sealed the victory with a 1-7 to 0-6 score line giving Power his fourth All-Ireland title, Kilkenny lost their provincial title in 1934, however, Power ...
Anthony Lynch - Playing Career - Inter-county
... A 0-12 to 1-7 score line resulted in victory for ‘the Rebels’, and gave Lynch a National League winners’ medal in his debut season ... Cork’s victory on a score line of 2-10 to 2-4 was unexpected as Lynch claimed his very first Munster winners’ medal ... Cork won by a huge score line of 1-23 to 0-7, giving Lynch a second Munster winners’ medal ...

Famous quotes containing the words line and/or score:

    Today, the notion of progress in a single line without goal or limit seems perhaps the most parochial notion of a very parochial century.
    Lewis Mumford (1895–1990)

    Whereas, before, our forefathers had no other books but the score and the tally, thou hast caused printing to be used, and, contrary to the King, his crown, and dignity, thou hast built a paper-mill.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)