Moneyglass girls on top form


Moneyglass U14 girls won both of their games yesterday at Féile Peile na nÓg which guarantees them a slot in the Cup QF this afternoon!

In their first match against Wolfe Tones of Co. Clare

goals from Hannah Murray, Maria O’Neill and Nicole Cassidy plus

points from Ciara Scullin and Nicole Cassidy put them in a dominant position at the break.

The scoring continued at a high level in the second half as Cliona Griffin and Hannah Murray grabbed goals while Ciara Scullin, Maria O’Neill and Aoife Kelly added points to leave the final score 7-9 to 1-0.

The girls were even more dominant in their second match against Knockninny of Co. Fermanagh where they completely overpowered the opposition to record a 10-12 to 0-0 win.

Goals from Hannah Murray and Maria O’Neill, plus points from Hannah Murray, Nicole Cassidy, Maria O’Neill and Ciara Scullin gave them a 2-4 to 0-0 lead at half time. The goal flowed in the second half from Hannah Murray, Maria O’Neill, Sorcha McErlain, Nicole Cassidy and Sarah O’Neill while Maria O’Neill, Ciara Scullin, Maeve McStocker all added points to wrap it all up.

This morning they play their hosts Templeport St Aidan’s knowing that a place in the Cup quarter final is already secure.

Pics by Elaine McCann

Rossa win one, lose one

Rossa boys had mixed fortunes in their two games losing their opener to St Colmcille’s by 3-10 to 2-0 while the bounced back to beat Monaghan Harps in their second game by 2-6 to 2-4. The boys play their host Castleblayney in their final game this morning.

Davitt’s still on track

Michael Davitt’s were very unlucky to draw their opening game against Dunboyne of Meath (managed by the great Meath legend Sean Boylan) as the points were shared on 1-6 to 2-3. They made no mistake in their second game against Drumhowan who they hammered by 5-15 to 0-2. Both teams are strongly fancied to win their final games this morning where it will come down to scoring difference.

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