1. Richie Roche (Mount Sion)
Produced five fantastic saves including a second half double stop from Conor Whelan and Tom O’Connell in the Junior Final.
2. Ian Kenny (Ballygunner)
3. Barry Coughlan (Ballygunner)
4. Tadhg Foley (Ballygunner)
5. Micheál Harney (Dunhill)
A player that belongs on the senior stage. The Eastern final man of the match gave another sturdy display in a teak tough half back line.
6. Shane McNulty (De La Salle)
Ruled the skies in his duel with Stephen Bennett and sent over two second half points.
7. Shane O’Sullivan (Ballygunner)
8. Paddy Leavey (Ballygunner)
9. Mark Cummins (Brickey Rangers)
10. Reuben Halloran (De La Salle)
1-11 (1-5 from play) from the Waterford under 20 forward secured De La Salle’s senior survival for 2022. Stepped up on the frees this season.
Another busy afternoon for a hungry half forward who makes things happen. An early turnover created a point for Dessie Hutchinson. He shot two of his own in the third quarter.
12. Peter Hogan (Ballygunner)
Hit two fantastic points in the first quarter. Hassled and harried opponents throughout. A top performer from the first game to last.
13. Dessie Hutchinson (Ballygunner)
1-9 from play in a senior hurling final is a rare and wonderful thing. 1-7 off his left, two points off his right. Constantly out in front of Rory Furlong and Conor Ryan. The man of the match award was wrapped up by the first water break.
14. Shane Casey (Dunhill)
15. Conor Whelan (Brickey Rangers)