From an original field of 78 young greyhounds, 6 greyhounds took to the track in Limerick Greyhound Stadium for the Final of the 2021 Con & Annie Kirby Memorial.
Stonepark Leo, owned by young Limerick man Michael O'Dwyer, trained in Tipperary by young trainer Mark O'Donovan and bred locally by John Rainsford, ran him an impressive winner of the €80,000 to the winner competition.
Look back on the Final now:
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Sponsored by JP & Noreen McManus, the 6 finalists shared in over €120,000 in prizemoney. Each of the greyhounds in the competition were assigned a Limerick GAA club. The six finalist clubs shared a €20,000 prizefund.
1 Stonepark Leo Castletown Ballyagran GAA
2 De Machine Hospital/Herbertstown G.A.A. Club
3 Agent Stanley Askeaton/Ballysteen Ladies Gaelic Football Club
4 Explosive Boy Askeaton Gaa
5 Ballymac Merlin St Senan's Gaa
6 Singalong Sally Killeedy GAA