Zane Keenan leads the way in scoring charts after Round 2 of Laois SHC

Two Borris-Kilcotton hurlers top list of scorers from play

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Zane Keenan leads the way in scoring charts after Round 2 of Laois SHC

Zane Keenan is top of the scoring charts for the Laois SHC.

Camross hurler Zane Keenan is top of the scoring charts after Round 2 of the Laois SHC, although he only holds a one point lead over his nearest rivals.

Both Mark Kavanagh and Eamon Jackman are closely behind in joint second place, while Abbeyleix attacker Eoghan Fennelly comes in next.

In terms of top scorers from play, Borris-Kilcotton duo Aaron Dunphy and Patrick Whelan lead the way as they both starred in their four point win over Abbeyleix.

The full list of top scorers is as follows;

Overall Top Scorers

21 Points
Zane Keenan 1-18 (1-9 frees, 0-2 sidelines, 0-1 65)

20 Points
Mark Kavanagh 0-20 (0-15 frees, 0-1 65)
Eamon Jackman 2-14 (1-0 pen, 0-11 frees)

17 Points
Eoghan Fennelly 0-17 (0-15 frees, 0-1 65)

14 Points
Stephen Maher 2-8 (1-0 penalty, 0-1 free, 0-1 65)

13 Points
PJ Scully 0-13 (0-9 frees, 0-1 65, 0-2 sideline cuts)

12 Points
Aaron Dunphy 1-9

11 Points
Willie Hyland 0-11 (0-9 frees)
Paddy Whelan 2-5

10 Points
Michael Bermingham 0-10 (0-5 frees, 0-1 65)

Top Scorers From Play

12 Points
Aaron Dunphy 1-9

11 Points
Paddy Whelan 2-5

9 Points
Stephen Maher 1-6
Cha Dwyer 1-6

8 Points
Tadgh Dowling 1-5
Ben Conroy 1-5

7 Points
Stephen Bergin 2-1
Neil Foyle 1-4

Top Scoring Midfielders
(have to have started both games to date at midfield)

4 Points
Aidan Corby 0-4

2 Points
Ciaran Carroll 0-2
Eoin Fitzpatrick 0-2


Top Scoring Defenders

2 Points
Stephen Finan 0-2

1 Point
Brian O'Mara 0-1
Adam Kenna 0-1
Ryan Mullaney 0-1 (free)
Ronan Broderick 0-1
Lee Cleere 0-1
Andrew Collier 0-1


Top Scoring Goalkeepers

8 Points
Enda Rowland 0-8 (all frees)

1 Point
Eoin Fleming 0-1 (free)

Footnotes

- Stephen Bergin (Clough-Ballacolla) and Paddy Whelan (Borris-Kilcotton) are the only players to score a goal in both the first and second rounds.

- The highest individual scoring tally in one game, so far, is Zane Keenan's haul of 1-9 against Castletown Gaels.

- Enda Rowland has already scored eight times more this year than he did in last year's championship (0-1).

- Clough-Ballacolla have scored the most goals so far (5), with Borris-Kilcotton one behind them with 4. Ballyfin Gaels and Abbeyleix are the only teams yet to score a goal.

- Borris-Kilcotton are the highest scoring team so far with 4-39 in their two games.

- Castletown Gaels are the lowest scoring team with 1-24.