We continue our 2004 theme here with a look back at St. Ergnat’s Moneyglass and photographs from their Antrim Intermediate Championship victory over St. Mary’s Aghagallon. Moneyglass went on to reach the Ulster final that year before losing to a very good Plunkett’s Pomeroy from Tyrone in the final at Casement Park and we have included some photographs from their Ulster campaign. I apologise for the poor quality of some of the photographs.
2010 was a great season for St. Mary’s Rasharkin. The men from Dreen recorded a memorable double, clinching the division 2 league title with a 2-16 to 0-6 win over Rossa at Dreen. It was their 15th league win in 17 games that season.
Their championship campaign began with a win over St. James Aldergrove at Creggan on the 21st September in the quarter-final. The clubs previous meeting had been back in 1977 semi-final where St. James ran out winners by two points and went on to claim the Intermediate title. On this occasion Rasharkin just shaded a tight encounter to run out winners by 0-9 to 1-4 and set up a semi-final meeting with All Saints.
This was the fifth meeting of these sides that season with the Dreen men claiming four points from their two league encounters. Ballymena however gained some compensation when narrowly defeating Rasharkin at Dreen in the North Antrim Feis final following a draw after extra time at Slemish Park in June. These statistics meant very little however when it came to the passion and expectation of championship football. In a riveting semi-final at Creggan, Rasharkin, despite enjoying a four point interval lead, just held on to win by the narrowest of margins on a scoreline of 1-11 to 2-7.
Dunloy had beaten Aghagallon in the other semi-final and the teams met at Clooney with the 2010 title at stake. A desperately close encounter ensued as Rasharkin gained the upper hand to lead 0-6 to 0-3 at the break. On the resumption Dunloy, despite being reduced to 14 men, staged a spirited come-back to level the scores at 0-7 each at the final whistle.
The intermediate final replay took place at Creggan on Saturday the 16th October with the following report appearing in the Ballymena Guardian on the 19th October.
When Kevin McQuillan and Benny McGarry knocked over two injury time points to level this Intermediate Championship final replay, it seemed there was no separating Dunloy and Rasharkin.
With both sets of players playing themselves to a standstill there was no option this time but to go into extra time, adding to what had already been a dramatic affair. In a nail biting extra 20 minutes Rasharkin did just enough to capture the title, their last one at this level coming some 32 years ago. It ended 1-5 to 2-10, the winners adding three points and Dunloy just one in the second half of the added time period.
Despite the disparity in the division 2 league positions, Rasharkin winning the title and Dunloy relegated to division 3, this was a tough close encounter with neither side prepared to throw in the towel.
After the drawn affair it was soon clear that these side knew each other inside out and Dunloy, with Chris Brogan reinstated after a Red card incident in the first encounter, they were prepared to give it everything. They led twice in the first half and came back with two late points to level matters at 2-9 to 1-12. But when the crunch of extra time kicked in they were only able to add one more score as Rasharkin finished the stronger, Jonathan McAleese, Cathal Mooney and Brendan Etherson points giving St. Mary’s a unique double.
Benny McGarry fired Dunloy into an early first half lead with a point in the opening minute but Rasharkin made their intentions known immediately with a Brendan McMullan response. Another exchange between Thomas Doherty and McGarry left the game level again after ten minutes before Brendan Etherson and Kevin McQuillan were involved in a further exchange.
The winners appeared to have taken off in the following 15 minutes with four unanswered scores. Eamon McNeill led the charge from a free with Declan McKay converting another one by the 18th minute. McKay was again on the mark with a fine score from play, six minutes later with Jonathan McAleese making it 0-7 to 0-3 with five minutes remaining to the break.
Dunloy however had other ideas and when Gareth McAllister side footed the ball to the net a minute later it was clear they were in for the long haul. Declan McGarry then fired over to level matters and Stephen McAlonan put them to the front in first half injury time.
It took a fisted goal from McAleese after Joey Quinn delivered the telling pass in the 34th minute to send Rasharkin in with a smile on their face, leading 1-7 to 1-5, but they knew in their hearts that it wasn’t over.
A strong start to the second half saw Rasharkin move into a five point lead by the 5th minute when McKay, McNeill and Etherson added points but it soon became clear that Dunloy were not going to roll over. Kevin McQuillan and Declan McGarry responded immediately with good point and it took another effort from full-forward McNeill to again put Rasharkin in the comfort zone at the end of the third quarter.
The closing ten minutes belonged to Dunloy who came back with a vengeance. A penalty award, nine minutes from time saw McGarry make no mistake although goalkeeper Donal McLernon did get a touch. Eamon McNeill picked up his fourth point of the game, four minutes later and McLernon made a super save from Kevin McAllister as they just about held on.
As in the first game Dunloy came back with a vengeance and Kevin McQuillan and Benny McGarry added points to take the game to extra time at 1-12 to 2-9.
What a tense time the additional 20 minutes proved to be. Neither side was on target in the opening ten minutes but Rasharkin managed to break the deadlock when Jonathan McAleese fired over on the change of ends. Substitute Cathal Mooney then made his presence felt with another score four minutes later as Dunloy appeared dead on their feet.
They had one last throw of the dice when Declan McGarry, their hero in the first game, scored with time running out only to see Rasharkin mid-fielder, Brendan Etherson seal it with a point almost on time.
This was truly an excellent encounter and not one for the feint hearted. Both sides gave it everything and it is a pity there had to be a loser. For the winners it was celebration all the way having completed a unique double but absolute misery for a good Dunloy side who have absolutely nothing to show for all their efforts.
Donal McLernon made his customary match winning saves in the Rasharkin goals with Michael Hasson, Paul Doherty and Alan McNeill all excellent in defence. Brendan Etherson was the big man at mid-field with Joey Quinn, Jonathan McAleese and Eamon McNeill on top of their game in attack.
Dunloy put up a brave fight and certainly didn’t look like a team deserving of relegation. With performances like this they will be straight back up. In Kevin McQuillan, Declan McGarry, Conor McKinley, Gareth McAllister, Cahir Cunning, Paudie Shivers and Benny McGarry they had class acts and certainly deserved better.
St. Mary’s team: Donal McLernon, Cahir O’Kane, Adrian Scullion, Michael Hasson, Sean Hasson, Paul Doherty, Alan McNeill, Diarmuid Quinn, Brendan Etherson, Joey Quinn, Thomas Doherty (0-), Conor Hardy, Conor Hasson, Jonathan McAleese (1-2), Declan McKay (0-3), Eamon McNeill (0-4), Brendan McMullan (0-1) Subs: Conor Gribben, Cathal Mooney (0-1),
Ulster Club Campaign
The Ulster club campaign began at Casement Park on the 31st October with Derry champions, Castledawson in opposition. In their best performance of the year the Dreen side just shaded a tense encounter 1-10 to 0-11. The Derry champions led 0-06 to 0-05 after an evenly balanced first half. On the resumption, two long range efforts from Johnny McAleese and one from Paul Doherty restored St. Mary’s advantage. The Derry champions came back once more and levelled an absorbing game for the fifth time mid-way through the second half. The game’s vital scored arrived in the 16th minute when Brendan Etherson was on hand to finish to the net following a goalmouth scramble. Both sides missed scoring opportunities in a frantic last ten minutes but, with St. Mary’s holding a one point advantage, the outcome was put beyond doubt when Declan McKay hand passed the ball over the head of Michael O’Kane to put two between the sides in the third minute of injury time.
The Ulster Club campaign ended in disappointment at a fog-bound Healey Park in Omagh on the 14th November when Lisnaskea Emmets (The eventual All Ireland champions) finished strongly to run out winners on a scoreline of 2-12 to 0-9.
The Senior management team for 2010 was: Paddy McNeill, Thomas Donaghy and Paul Hasson.
Moneyglass – Hugh Carey
“They really knuckled down and they deserve to be where they are right now.”
By Brendan McTaggart
When the winning captain singles you out for praise in his acceptance speech, you know you’ve done something right. Step forward Hugh Carey. A livewire on the side line and Mr Moneyglass. In his own words, he was ‘relieved’ at the final whistle after tasting defeat in last years decider but he told us this match was a culmination of years of work: “Them boys deserve it. They’ve worked hard and have been there or thereabouts. This was their fifth final since winning it in ’04.
“It means a lot, it means a lot to the club. We’re predominantly football and we focus on it.
“We knew last year something was missing. We knew we needed that wee bit more experience.
“We had a decision to make, stay or don’t stay. We were a kick of the ball away in two games from having a very good season. I said I was done. I approached Peter (Doherty), he was the experienced manager we needed to get over the line and he made me stay.
““He’s Kindo’s (Kevin Marron) father-in-law. He was at all the games last year and he knows his stuff. He watched us in the final last year and he’s brought that something that we needed. That wee bit of knowhow and man management.
“I was threw in at the deep end last year, it’s as simple as that. Peter coming in just made sense. Him and Sean McGoldrick were in for the Derry job last year, just beat by Rory Gallagher. That’s the calibre of manager he is and level of a man we have.
“I’ve learned a lot from him. He stands on the line, arms folded and takes all in and as you see, I’m up and down the line and can’t contain myself.
“The best thing this year for us was the introduction of the water breaks because Peter has the match analysed and relays all to the lads.”
Dunloy settled into the final quickly and put Moneyglass on the back foot. Carey told us that it was the complete opposite from what they had discussed. They wanted to put the Cuchullains under pressure early doors after their week of celebrations: “That wasn’t the plan. We wanted to get off to a good start and see how big a week they had. We wanted to get on top of them and get our own game going. Suck teams in and counter. We tried to go a bit different today with the two bigger men up top.
“Dunloy put the pressure on us on a big pitch, fair play to them.”
The Moneyglass coach told us they wanted to play more direct ball into their forward line for the final and while that tactic worked a treat in the second half, it wasn’t happening in the opening 30 minutes: “Dunloy stopped us from doing that. Everybody knows us to be a running team and we wanted to change that today.” As Carey continued, he attributed their win against St Pauls in the semi-final for how they fought back in the final: “That win (vs St Pauls) was massive. St Paul’s were a big, physical side and I said to the lads all week, don’t get too down about it. That’s a Division One club with Division One football. The difference is Division One teams mix it up and we tried to do that today. It worked better in the second half.”
The match was barely 12 minutes old when Moneyglass lost the services of key man, Dermot McErlain. A massive moment in the game yet ‘Bugsy’ going off meant Ryan ‘Fish’ Doyle came into the fray and his impact was massive. Carey added: “Losing Bugsy was huge. When we need things to happen he’s our go-to man.
“The final last year, when we needed someone to step up it didn’t happen. They done it last week against St Pauls and they done it today again. Smiley played the last 15 minutes on one leg. He hyper-extended his knee. He probably should have been off but he stayed on. He played on injured and Bugsy was off.
“Fish came on and had an absolute stormer.
I rang him at the end of lockdown and told him he was the most frustrating player in our club. He has bags of ability, you just don’t use it. I told him to put the work in and give us four months and see what happens. It paid off for him today.
“It’s not about individuals. The boys started to knit together. We need this. We need this as a club. We need to be back playing Division One football, it’s been far too long. There’s no guarantees of that either but at least next year the focus can be on the league to make that happen.”
Saturday spelled the end of a 16 year wait for the St Ergnat’s. 2004 was their last win in the Intermediate championship and Carey told us it was more than just the past 12 months to get this far: “We’ve been working hard as a club and taking it a step further. We got the gym in at the start of the year and we couldn’t use it. Everything wasn’t going right but fair play to the lads. They really knuckled down and they deserve to be where they are right now.
“We’ll enjoy the celebrations that’s for sure.”
Dunloy – Anthony McQuillan
“They want to play senior at some stage but to do that you need to win this competition”
By Brendan McTaggart
A bridge too far. Dunloy manager Anthony McQuillan looked devastated as he watched Colum Duffin lift the Intermediate championship for Moneyglass on the Dunsilly pitch. As we caught up with him, he was still trying to decipher how it got away from his Cuchullains.
After a first half that saw them lead by four points thanks to a thunderous goal from Seaan Elliott, Dunloy in McQuillan’s words were in ‘pole position’: “We talked about keeping the game tight at half time and a long ball in caught us out and they got a goal with a point just before that brought them back into the game.”
Ryan ‘Fish’ Doyle’s goal came shortly after the restart as Moneyglass made a dream start to the second half. Any team talk made by McQuillan and his backroom team went out the window and Dunloy never recovered: “We were shellshocked” continued McQuillan, “and to be honest I don’t think we got over those first couple of minutes in the second half.
“It was a sucker punch.
“It was a lucky goal. A hopeful ball in that fell into their boys’ hand and you can’t blame anybody for it.
“Four points up, 1-5 to 0-4. That’s the position we wanted to be in. We wanted to win the first 15 minutes and see where we were. That sucker punch in the first couple of minutes of the second half done us.
“We wanted to win. We came here today feeling like we could and would win and we’re going home gutted.”
In the second half, Moneyglass were a different animal. Defensively they gave Dunloy very little and forced turnover after turnover. Their second goal a prime example. The Cuchullains looked to carve out an attack but the St Ergnat’s men swarmed Keelan Molloy superbly. Turned the ball over and 15 seconds later the ball was in the back of the Dunloy net. McQuillan paid tribute to Moneyglass when he continued: “Moneyglass tackled like demons as well to give them their dues. They held us out and kept us at arm’s length.”
The Cuchullains needed a response but they had nothing left to give. A gruelling dual schedule looked to have finally caught up with them. McQuillan added: “They were out on their feet. We were having to make changes and bring boys on as they were absolutely shattered. We wanted fresh legs on but I don’t know what more to say. It’s serious disappointment.”
A fourth defeat at this stage in six years is tough to take. McQuillan has been here before and knows what it takes to lift the Cuchullains once again. He optimistically looked to the future when he concluded: “If you take Rev (Kevin McAllister) and Scooby (Kevin McQuillan) out of our squad, the majority of that squad are under 23.
“They’re still learning their trade and Intermediate football is a good start for them but they want to play senior at some stage but to do that you need to win this competition.
“That’s something we want to do in the next couple of years and the only way to do it is win the Intermediate.
“We’ll regroup and go again next year.”
Antrim Intermediate Football Championship final
Moneyglass 2-09 Dunloy 1-08
Report by Gary Duffin
Moneyglass staged a fantastic second half comeback to beat Dunloy in Saturday’s thrilling Antrim Intermediate Football final at Dunsilly to clinch the title for the first time since 2004. When they trailed by four at half time last year’s beaten finalists must have felt this was not going to be their day once again, but a brilliant goal from substitute Ryan Doyle within a minute of the restart turned the game on its head and they pushed on to victory.
Conditions couldn’t have been anymore perfect as all roads led to Dunsilly for the eagerly awaited meeting of South West rivals Moneyglass and Dunloy. The Cuchullains were on a high after retaining the County Senior Hurling crown last weekend and Moneyglass were still smarting from last year’s final defeat to Aldergrove in which they were strongly fancied to win.
Both sides were very evenly matched going through the qualifying group with only a kick of the ball separating both teams when they met in Marrion Hill.
From the throw in Dunloy showed their intent. They came out of the blocks fast and Seaan Elliott had registered their first score within a minute.
They then won the proceeding Moneyglass kickout and worked the ball to full forward Eamon Gillan who doubled Dunloy’s lead.
Disaster then struck when Moneyglass lost their marquee forward Dermot McErlain to a serious knee injury after five minutes but the Marrion Hill men hit back with a point from Colum Duffin.
Jack McCoy then put the sides level with a fine score as both sides settled into their stride.
Cuchullains edged in front again with two pointed frees from Keelan Molloy and Caolan Gillan but the Blues hit back with one from centre back Conor Boyd.
The game continued with space at a premium and it wasn’t until fifteen minutes later that Kevin Marron equalised for St Ergnats.
However Dunloy weren’t finished for the half with Keelan Molloy putting them ahead again on thirty minutes and then Sean Elliott smashed home a goal to send the Cuchullains into the half time break with a four point advantage.
This provided the Moneyglass management with some serious questions at half time and they certainly delivered the answers.
Within two minutes of the restart Moneyglass were on level terms with a second point from Kevin Marron and a fantastic goal from Ryan Doyle.
Doyle then added a point to his tally before Dunloy retook the lead with points from Keelan Molloy and Conall Cunning just as the whistle went to give the players a well earned water break.
St Ergnats management went to work again and sent their troops out to battle on the front foot with county star Paddy Mc Cormick knocking over two sublime points to see Moneyglass edge ahead again in this nail biting tussle.
Keelan Molloy hit back with a point once again to leave the game on a knife edge with time running out and it looked like it could go either way.
However this year the St Ergnet’s men were not going to be denied and big Seanchann Duffin sent the Moneyglass support wild with a fantastic point from well out the field.
It could still have gone either way but Paddy McCormick then sealed the deal when he got on the end of a wonderful counter attacking move involving the very impressive Conor Boyd and Fearghal Duffin to inflict the fatal blow on Dunloy, his goal expertly finished from a narrow angle.
Dunloy battled on bravely but Moneyglass were not going to let it slip and the final whistle saw an outpouring of emotion from their team and its followers as they joined in the celebrations.
Moneyglass had stars all over the field. The Kelly brothers and Conor Boyd who worked tirelessly in defence. Seanchann Duffin in the middle and goal heroes Ryan Doyle and Paddy McCormick up front.
Dunloy also had big performers in Sean Elliott, Keelan Molloy and Conal Cunning but it was to be a day for Moneyglass to erase the painful memories of twelve months ago.
- Mark Carey
- Peter McCormick
- Tiernan Duffin
- Eamonn Kelly
- 5 Fearghal Duffin
- Conor Boyd (0-01)
- Jervis Weir
- Seanchann Duffin (0-01)
- Colum Duffin (0-01)
- Paddy McCormick (1-02)
- Jimmy McMeel
- Dermott McErlain
- Jack McCoy (0-01)
- Kevin Marron (0-02)
- Sean Kelly
Subs Ryan Doyle (1-01), Donal Laverty, Liam Brady
1. Stephen McIlroy
2. Conor Kinsella
3. Karl O’Kane
4. Oran Quinn
5. Aaron Crawford
6. Callum Scullion
7. Anton McGrath
8. Kevin McQuillan
9. Ryan McFarline
10. Keelan Molloy (0-04)
11. Sean Elliott (1-01)
12. Connall Cunning (0-01)
13. Ryan McGarry
14. Caolan Gillan (0-02)
15. Christopher McMahon
Subs Kevin Mc Allister, Conor McKinley
Dunloy Cuchullains 2-11 St Ergnat’s Moneyglass 1-13
Friday September 29
Cuchullains edge to another decider
By Brendan McTaggart
At the full time whistle in Ahoghill on Friday evening, the Moneyglass players sank to their knees. They had given everything they had and more in what was a pulsating hour of championship football. A ding-dong battle between two evenly matches sides but in the end, the Cuchullains managed to edge past their south-west rivals by the narrowest of margins as their championship train continues to roll. Conor McKinley was the hero for the Cuchullains, the Dunloy dual star was the coolest man on the Ahoghill pitch as he stood over a tricky free in the third minute of injury time but the ball sailed over the bar in the third minute of injury time to end the St Ergnat’s championship dreams and keep Dunloy’s aspirations for the ‘double’ alive.
Just five days have passed since the Cuchullains claimed the senior hurling crown and they made the best start possible to Friday nights semi-final. McKinley getting on the end of a long pass to punch the ball to the back of the net, wrong footing Mark Carey in the St Ergnat’s goals with barely 30 seconds on the clock. A goal symbolic of the Cuchullains play throughout the year and a goal that helped them settle into the game. They came into Friday nights semi-final as underdogs against a strong Moneyglass side, despite their exploits in the championship in recent times.
Dunloy: Frankie Cochrance; Jamie McFerran; Karl O’Kane; Kieran Hughes; Shane Dooey; Nigel Elliott; Kevin McQuillan; Keelan Molloy; Deaglan Smyth; Kevin McAllister; Gabriel McTaggart; Conal Cunning; Eoin O’Neill; Conor McKinley; Ryan Elliott
Subs: Duanne Scott for K O’Kane (HT); Conal Dooey for E O’Neill (47 mins); Chrissy McMahon for K McQuillan (inj)
Scorers: Conor McKinley 1-3 (3 frees); Kevin McAllister 1-1; Keelan Molloy 0-3 (3 frees); Conal Cunning 0-2 (2 frees); Deaglan Smyth 0-1; Conal Dooey 0-1
Moneyglass: Mark Carey; Miran Neeson; Donal Laverty; Sean Kelly; Patrick McCormick; Tiernan Duffin; Padraig Mackle; Ryan Boyd; Ryan Doyle; Seanchann Duffin; Dermot McErlain; Paul Tohill; Conail Prenter; Liam Brady; Gavin Murray
Subs: Conor Boyd for G Murray (38 mins)
Scorers: Dermot McErlain 1-4 (1 free); Seanchann Duffin 0-4 (4 frees); Liam Brady 0-3 (3 frees); Ryan Boyd 0-1; Paul Tohill 0-1
Referee: Brendan Toland (Lámh Dhearg)
St Ergnat’s, Moneyglass 2-19 Dunloy, Cuchullains 1-15
Brendan McTaggart reports from Páirc Uí Cheallaigh, Portglenone
Two goals from Conaill Prenter and a man of the match performance from Colm Duffin ensured St Ergnat’s lived up to their pre-match billing as favourites. The Moneyglass side saw off the challenge of Dunloy with seven points to spare at the end of a hugely entertaining hour of football that would make for a statisticians dream.
12. The number of minutes it took Moneyglass to score 2-6 in the first half in a purple patch that effectively won them the game. The Cuchullains managed just one point in the same time.
13. The number of minutes between Dunloy scores in the first half as Moneyglass made their way to a seven point half time lead.
9. The magic number for Colm Duffin. Nine shots on goal, nine white flags raised and just three frees.
3. The number of minutes between the two majors scored by Conaill Prenter in the first half and the number of wides Moneyglass hit over the 60 minutes. Efficient.
Moneyglass: Mark Carey; Sean Kelly, Tiarnan Duffin, Peter McCormick; jack McCoy, Conor Boyd, Eamon Kelly; Colm Duffin, Dermot McErlain; Jimmy McMeel, Paul Tohill, Patrick McCormick; Conaill Prenter, Seanchann Duffin, Gavin Murray.
Subs: Kevin Marron for S Duffin (11); Jervis Weir for C Boyd (49); Liam Brady for D McErlain (59).
Scorers: Colm Duffin 0-9 (3 f’s); Conaill Prenter 2-00; Kevin Marron 0-3; Patrick McCormick 0-2; Dermot McErlain 0-1; Sean Kelly 0-1; Jack McCoy 0-1; Conor Boyd 0-1; Paul Tohill 0-1.
Dunloy: Sean Doherty; Conor Kinsella, Karl O’Kane, Aaron Crawford; Cathaoir McGuigan, Gabriel McTaggart, Callum Scullion; Keelan Molloy, Conor McKinley; Nigel Elliott, Karl Fitzpatrick, Shane Dooey; Seán Elliott, Caolan Gillan, Conal Cunning.
Subs: Ryan McGarry for G McTaggart (19); Kevin McAllister for K Fitzpatrick (30); Jamie McFerran for C Scullion (36); Aidy Scullion for K O’Kane (43); Anthony Smith for C Gillan (60).
Scorers: Keelan Molloy 0-5; Conal Cunning 0-4 (4 f’s); Seán Elliott 1-1; Conor McKinley 0-2; Caolan Gillan 0-2 (2 f’s); Aaron Crawford 0-1
Referee: Karol Doherty (Rasharkin)
Moneyglass 1-13 Dunloy 2-08
Garry Duffin reports from Marian Hill
Sunday August 2
Sunday saw the meeting of the two “in form” sides in this group of the Intermediate Championship. Moneyglass had their South West rivals Dunloy visiting and it proved to be a tight affair.
The game started slow with a few wides for both sides as they tried to find openings in each other’s packed defences.
Moneyglass finally made the breakthrough after five minutes when Colm Duffin slotted over a free from 26 metres. Dermot McErlain then won the ball from the resulting kick out and raced through to put the home side two in front and four minutes later Paddy McCormick used his pace to forge an opening and put the hosts three clear.
Twelve minutes were on the clock before Cuchullains raised a white flag through Keelan Molloy and they reduced the deficit to one almost immediately with a fine point from Seann Elliott before Conor Cunning took advantage of a Moneyglass mistake to level the game.
MONEYGLASS: Mark Carey, Peter McCormick, Tiarnan Duffin, Eamonn Kelly, Ferghal Duffin, Conor Boyd, Jervis Weir, Seanchann Duffin 0-1, Colm Duffin 0-7 (0-6 f), Paddy McCormick 0-1, Jimmy McMeel, Dermott McErlain 0-3, Jack McCoy 0-1, Conal Prenter, Sean Kelly.
SUBS – Conor O’Kane Paul Tohill 1-0 Ryan Doyle Kevin Marron
DUNLOY – Stephen McIlroy, Conor Kinsella, Adrian Scullion, Karl O’Kane, Callum Scullion’ Oran Scullion’Kevin McQuillan 1-0, Ryan McGarry, Keelan Molloy 0-3, Seán Elliot 0-1, Ryan Mcfarane 1-0, Christopher McMahon, Conal Gunning 0-3, Anthony Smith.
SUBS: Anton McGrath, Kevin McAllister, Liam McCann, Eoghan McGrath, 0-1
Referee: Conal Roberts (St Johns)