Intermediate Championship previews

Cuchullain’s Dunloy v Gort na Mona (Glenavy 2-30 Saturday)3DContractsNILtd copy


Cuchullain’s Dunloy dip their toes into the championship waters for the first time this season against a Gort na Mona team who have an impressive preliminary round win  behind them after defeating St. James Aldergrove at the Bear Pit a couple of weeks ago.

The Aldergrove side went into that game as slight favourites but were blown away by a Gort na Mona side who turned in an impressive second half performance to run out convincing winners. The sides were sitting joint second in division 2 of the league going into that game, both having won their home game by a single point but Gort na Mona looked the much hungrier in their championship clash, running out winners by ten points.

Darren Boyd led the way for the Gorts in a man of the match performance scoring 0-8 (0-5 frees) but the men from the Mona bye-pass looked strong all over the field. There was only a point between the sides at the half way stage but Gort na Mona upped their game considerably after the break to outscore the Crumlin side by 2-8 to 0-3.

Tomas McGoran, Patrick McCaffrey, Dermot McVeigh, Dessie McClean and Aidan McDonagh were all in sparkling form for a Gort na Mona side who will probably start Saturday’s encounter as favourites following this performance.

Dunloy have had a mixed season in division 2 winning seven of their 14 starts but they made the top half of the division before the cut-off and will have no inferiority complex going into Saturday’s game. Indeed the Cuchullain’s are renowned championship specialists and reached last year’s final before going down to a very good St. Brigid’s side.

As a duel club Dunloy resources are often stretched during the league but come the championship they always seem to get all hands on board and at full strength they are a formidable opponent. Conor McGilligan, Conor Kinsella, Jamie McFerran, Kevin McQuillan, Karl Fitzpatrick, Nigel Elliott, Kevin McAllister, Conor McKinley, Keelan Molloy and Conal Cunning are the men who will put it up to Gort na Mona if they are all available.

Verdict: The form book says Gort na Mona but this one could go either way.Premier 1Village InnCreagh copy-banner



Sarsfields v Moneyglass (Saturday 3-30 Corrigan Park)

St. Ergnat’s Moneyglass have run into a rich vein of form as they face Sarsfield’s at Corrigan Park on Saturday. After a good start to their league campaign they hit a bad run of injuries and their league form dipped but in recent weeks all hands seem to be back on board.

The Duffin’s, Tiernan, Colm, Fearghal and Seanchann were all to the fore as St. Ergnat’s came alive after the break to outscore Tir na nOg in their preliminary round clash running out 1-8 to 0-7 winners with Colm Duffin leading the way and the introduction of Kevin ‘Kindo’ Marron early in the second half proved a master stroke and his goal proved the turning point.

Gerard Carey, Sean Kelly, Patrick McCormick, Padraig Mackle and Dermot McErlain are likely to figure in a Moneyglass side unlikely to see many changes from the last day as they face a Sarsfield’s side who have struggled to maintain their division 2 status after gaining promotion from division 3 last year.

The Wards, the McKernan’s Gary Lennon and co. will give it everything and with division 2 status secure for another season the Paddies have nothing to lose and they may run Moneyglass close but the Marrion Hill side’s superior scoring power and team work should see them move on to the semi-final.

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Verdict: Moneyglass

St. Enda’s v Davitt’s (Sunday 12-30 The Bear Pit)

At a first glance this looks the easiest of the four quarter-finals to predict with St. Enda’s from division 1 taking on Davitt’s who are playing their football in division 2B following the split. The Glengormley side gained promotion last season and in their first season in division 1 they have been impressive.

St. Enda’s made a great start in the higher division with wins over Ahoghill, Cargin, Portglenone and  Glenavy and were beaten by the narrowest of margins by Rossa and Creggan and despite a number of defeats they have secured their place in division 1 for another year.

They have a strong panel of players which includes former county keeper, Paddy Flood and present county panellists Peter Healey, Kristin Healey and Oran Eastwood and experienced campaigners in Phillip Curran, Ruairi Scott, Gerard Crossey and Michael McNamee and proved too good for St. Paul’s in the preliminary round two weeks ago.

Michael Davitt’s, like St. Enda’s made a good start to the season with wins over Tir na nOg, Sarsfield’s, and Rasharkin and a draw with league leaders, St. Brigid’s at Musgrave Park. Their form has dipped more recently but they have been without key players in a number of those games including their talisman mid-fielder, Sean O’Neill.

If big Sean is available on Sunday and if they can field at anywhere near full strength then Davitt’s are capable of pushing the Hightown side all the way but St. Enda’s greater experience in division 1 should give them the sharpness to win this one with a little to spare.

Verdict: St. Enda’s

People1st copySt. Mary’s Rasharkin v All Saints (Creggan 3-00 Sunday)

The final game of the quarter-finals pits South West rivals, St. Mary’s Rasharkin and All Saints Ballymena together in what looks like an evenly matched contest at Creggan on Sunday. Both sides have similar league records, Rasharkin with 14 points from 14 starts sit at the top of 2B while All Saints with 13 points from the same number of games lie one place behind them.

The sides have met only once this season and All Saints won that one handy enough at Slemish Park but the Dreen side were badly under strength on that occasion and the result is likely to have little or no bearing on the outcome of Sunday’s game.

Rasharkin are renowned championship battlers and in fact the Slemish Park men have never won a championship game against their South West neighbours. They last met in the Intermediate championship a couple of years back and on that occasion All Saints were riding high in division 2 while their opponents were struggling.

St. Mary’s resilience and championship know how saw them through in a low scoring affair and I would expect Sunday’s encounter to progress along similar lines with little separating them at the final whistle.

Ryan Doherty is a reliable keeper for St. Mary’s and Conor Hasson, Thomas Quigg, Andrew Hasson, Thomas McMullan, Brendan Etherson, Enda McFerran, Thomas Doherty and the superb Eamon McNeill will spearhead the Rasharkin push for a place in the final.

All Saints will look to the likes of Sean McVeigh, Peter McNicholl, Emmet Killough, Michael McCarry, Ciaran McGarry, Rory McVeigh and the recently returned Peter McReynolds to get them over the line but their cause hasn’t been helped by the recent departure of county player, Paddy McAleer.

Again this one could go either way but Rasharkin have held a championship hoodoo over the Ballymena men for some time and will hope to extend it for at least another year.

Verdict: Rasharkin

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St Enda’s progress to quarter finals

LOCC Solicitors Intermediate Football Championship

St Enda’s 2-08-1-04 St Pauls

By Kevin Herron at Chapel Hill

St Enda’s had enough in the tank to see off St Pauls in a game that will quickly be consigned to the history books following a 2-08-1-04 win at Chapel Hill this afternoon.

Both sides slow approach play and patience did little to set the pulses racing – St Enda’s were 0-05-0-02 to the good before the opening goal arrived courtesy of Ruairi Scott’s palm to the net early in the second-half.

St Paul’s briefly rallied and appeared to set up a grandstand finish as Damian Martin fisted to the net a minute into injury-time. The Hightown Road men failed to panic though and secured the win thanks to a second from Scott deep into additional time to set up a quarter-final clash with Davitts.

Frank Fitzsimons side were favourites to progress to the last eight at the expense of St Pauls who suffered back to back relegations following a derby defeat against Sarsfields last mid-week.

St Enda’s made the brighter start at Chapel Hill and led through Ciaran O’Neill’s point – Odhrán Eastwood then robbed Niall Peoples of possession and fed Ruairi Scott who popped the ball to Donal Walsh for number two inside the first five minutes.

Micky-Joe Cooper got St Pauls off the mark with and halved the deficit with a converted 6th minute free – despite Odhrán Eastwood responding through the same scenario St Paul’s trailed 0-03-0-02 at the midway point in the half after Stephen Rooney and Conor McCartan linked up to find Liam Carland whose excellent long range shot dropped over the crossbar.

That was to be St Paul’s last point of the opening half-hour – St Enda’s restored their two-point lead for a third time as Sean Bradley was adjudged to have pushed Conor Morgan in the back and Eastwood converted the resulting free for his second in the space of five minutes.

The first goal chance of the game arrived with the game 22 minutes old, though Conor Morgan could only palm a hanging ball to the back post into the side netting and wide of Kiefer Toolan’s goal.

Two minutes into first-time injury-time St Enda’s stretched their lead to three after Joe Maskey picked out Donal Walsh in space and the corner-forward conjured up his second point of the half to ensure his side led 0-05-0-02 at the end of a dull first thirty minutes.

Five minutes into the second period the opening goal arrived at Chapel Hill – the large post denied St Enda’s a sixth point of the game and Ciaran O’Neill got to the loose ball first and fisted the ball to  Ruairi Scott who palmed to the net unmarked to give Enda’s at 1-05-0-02 lead.

20St Paul’s responded positively through a Patrick Copeland point ten minutes into the half and Niall Peoples then converted a free to close the gap to four by the midway point in the second period, 1-05-0-04.

Both sides continued to persist with a patient approach in attack and this did little to excite either support – the game did remain in the balance nonetheless.

It took St Enda’s 23 minutes of the second period before they hit their opening point; once more patience was the key as Peter Healy curled the ball over the bar at the end of a string of passes that eventually broke St Paul’s defensive system.

Odhrán Eastwood appeared to seal victory for St Enda’s with a third converted free on the stroke of full-time – though there was to be late drama at Chapel Hill.

Two minutes into an additional five St Paul’s set-up a grandstand finish as substitute Paddy Doyle picked up the loose ball and floated it back into the danger area where Damian Martin was lurking to fist the ball over the head of Paddy Flood and into the net to put three between the sides, 1-07-1-04.

St Enda’s weren’t about to panic though and a fisted point from Cormac Morgan was followed by a second goal with the final move of the game – Odhrán Eastwood switched the play to scorer of the first goal Scott who burst forward and shot past Kiefer Toolan to double his tally for the afternoon and ensure his side would run out 2-08-1-04 winners at the end of a largely forgettable afternoon at Chapel Hill.

St Enda’s: P Flood, C Jennings, M McNamee, C Eastwood, C Lyttle, J McAuley, C McAuley, P Curran, J Maskey, C Morgan, R Scott (2-00), O Eastwood (0-03f), D Walsh (0-02), P Healy (0-01), C O’Neill (0-01). Subs: G Crossey for D Walsh (42 mins), C Morgan (0-01) for C Morgan (48 mins), R Kennedy for C McAuley (57 mins).

St Pauls: K Toolan, K Gallagher, S Bradley, P Copeland (0-01), A Kavanagh, D Burns, C Hughes, L Carland (0-01), D Martin (1-00), J Duffy, S Rooney, N Peoples (0-01f), J Farrell, C McCartan, MJ Cooper (0-01f). Subs: C McLarnon for A Kavanagh (40 mins), P Doyle for MJ Cooper (45 mins), M Connelly for C McCartan (48 mins).

Referee: Eamon McAuley (Cargin)

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Aldergrove blown away by ruthless Gorts

LOCC Solicitors Intermediate Football Championship

Gort Na Mona 2-16-1-09 Aldergrove

By Kevin Herron from the Bear Pit

At the midway point in this Intermediate prelim clash between Gort Na Mona and Aldergrove on Saturday afternoon there was just the minimum separating the sides and a ding dong second-half was in prospect – however Gort Na Mona steam rolled their way to the quarter-final outscoring their promotion rivals 2-08-0-03 in a dominant and confident thirty minutes of football.

The Turf Lodge men began the opening half in the ascendancy but Aldergrove rallied and led at the break thanks to Matthew Jardine’s goal with less than ten minutes to the break.

Gort seized the initiative after the break and were three to the good before Dermot McVeigh crashed home their opening goal of the afternoon – substitute Shane Scullion found his sides second minutes after his introduction to cap a glorious second-half for the Division Two promotion chasers.

There was very little to separate the sides going into the encounter with Gort arguably starting as slight favourites after their one-point win in the league in the reverse fixture at Enright Park ten days previous.

And indeed the Turf Lodge men settled quickest with Darren Boyd registering the first two points of the afternoon from play and a converted free – full-forward Padraig McHugh added a third point after a neat through ball from Brendan Corr but a goal may have been on the cards had McHugh taken time to survey his surroundings.

Aldergrove responded through a converted Fearghal Burke free and Burke doubled his tally within sixty seconds as his shot squeezed inside the upright after combing with Gerard Mallon.

Darren Boyd edged his side two –points ahead with a second converted free on the 13th minute – though Aldergrove were soon back on level terms.

Midfielder Ryan Owens determination yielded back to back scores, the first after Seany Fay picked out Tomas O’Callaghan who popped the ball over his shoulder to the advancing Owens and on 17 minutes Matthew Jardine unselfishly slipped in his midfield partner who curled the ball over the bar to level at 0-04-0-04.

The sides traded further points through Aidan McDonagh and Stephen Gorman before the opening goal arrived with little under ten minutes of the first-half remaining.

Gerard Mallon picked out the run of Ronan Hanna who threaded Jardine in one-on-one with Gort keeper Thomas McCaffrey and Jardine burst towards and net and coolly slotted past McCaffrey to give his side the lead for the first time, 1-05-0-05.

Gort Na Mona responded positively and were level by the stroke of half-time Darren Boyd was the architect with all three scores – two of which were close range converted frees and the third was a glorious hanging point after Dermot McVeigh recycled possession in the corner.

Although Gort had the late momentum it was Aldergrove who edged ahead at the break – Tomas O’Callaghan linked up with Fearghal Hanna whose high shot sailed between the posts to give his side a 1-06-0-08 lead at the interval.


Gort Na Mona almost regained the lead four minutes after the restart when Dermot McVeigh’s attempted point dipped and crashed off the crossbar – referee Sean Laverty awarded a free in the aftermath for an illegal lift off the deck and Boyd converted the resulting free to tie the game for the fourth time.

Patrick McCaffrey then gave his side the lead for the first time since the 18th minute and it was a lead his side would fail to relinquish – ten minutes into the second-half Christopher Carson slipped in McVeigh who rounded Shane O’Neill in the Aldergrove goal and watched on in amazement as his shot from a narrow angle clipped the outside of the post and somehow stayed out.

Gort increased their lead to three however a further two points – Padraig McHugh picked out substitute Dessie McClean from a quick free and McClean shot over the bar, whilst McHugh doubled his afternoon tally two minutes later.

On 43 minutes the goal that Gort had threatened finally came to fruition as Dessie McClean robbed Gerard Mallon in possession – Brendan Corr picked up the charge and fed McVeigh who confidently rifled to the net to give his side a 1-12-1-06 lead.

It took Aldergrove until the midway point in the second period to finally register the opening score of the half – a Seany Fay shot that deflected over the bar but Gort Na Mona were in no mood to go easy on their opponents. Goalkeeper Thomas McCaffrey made his way forward to convert a 45’ and McHugh then combined with goal scorer McVeigh for his first point of the afternoon.

Darren Boyd almost curled home a second goal of the afternoon for his side – however five minutes from time substitute Shane Scullion would make an immediate impact.

Brendan Corr was shown a black-card by referee Laverty and Scullion replaced the Gort’s number ten – Patrick McCaffrey’s ball across the face of goal was poorly dealt with by Aldergrove keeper O’Neill who dropped the ball at the feet of Scullion and the substitute couldn’t believe the gift on offer and took advantage, rounding O’Neill and rifling home to give his side a 2-14-1-07 cushion.

Eamon McCourt responded for Aldergrove with a point which was a mere consolation at that stage – sharpshooter Darren Boyd ended his afternoon’s scoring in response and youngster Niall Melaney made his presence felt upon his arrival with a lovely turn and shot over the bar.

Gerard Mallon would land the final score of the game for Aldergrove and the whistle sounded in the immediate aftermath as Gort Na Mona celebrated a comfortable second-half exhibition.

The Turf Lodge side will take on Dunloy in the Quarter-final and on this showing will feel they have every chance of victory over Cuchullians.


Gort Na Mona: T McCaffrey (0-01 45’), C Connely, T McGoran, C Devlin, G Doyle, D McErlean, B Burns, C Carson, P Conlon, B Corr, D Boyd (0-08, 0-05f), A McDonagh (0-01), D McVeigh (1-01), P McHugh (0-02), P McCaffrey (0-01). Subs: D McClean (0-01) for A McDonagh (38 mins), S Scullion (-00) for B Corr (53 mins – Black card substitute), D Hughes for D McClean (60 mins), N Melaney (0-01) for D Boyd (62 mins).


Aldergrove: S O’Neill, P Cushley, F Carson, T O’Callaghan, S Gorman (0-01), C McVeigh, F Hanna (0-01), M Jardine (1-00), R Owens (0-02), G Mallon (0-01), F Burke (0-02, 0-01f), C O’Kane, S Fay (0-01), R Hanna, M Smart. Subs: E McCourt (0-01) for F Carson (31 mins), J Trowlen for P Cushley (41 mins), P Morris for M Jardine (46 mins), C Totten for R Hanna (49 mins), E Masterson for M Smart (53 mins).

Referee: Sean Laverty (Moneyglass)

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A look at this weekend’s Intermediate Football Championship

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It’s down to serious football championship action this weekend and there are quite a number of mouth-watering clashes in all three grades. Here we take a look at the Intermediate Football Championship and try to predict the outcome of the games scheduled.

Gort na Mona v St. James Aldergrove (Saturday 2-30 Bear Pit)

This could be the Intermediate championship game of the round with both clubs already battling for a promotion place from division 2 and tied on 20 points from 14 starts, just two behind leaders St. Brigid’s.

Gort na Mona drew level with the Crumlin side by virtue of a 1-8 to 0-10 win in their last league outing at Enright Park, a reverse of the result when they met in Crumlin earlier in the season. On that occasion it was St. James who won by 1-8 to 0-10 so on that form it is hard to separate them.

Aldergrove were expected to make a quick return to division 1 following relegation from the top division on the last day of the season and that dream is very much alive while Gort na Mona have been something of a surprise packet but have been consistently strong this year.

Prediction: It might well take extra time to decide this one but I give a tentative vote to the Crumlin side.


Tir na nOg v St. Ergnat’s Moneyglass (Creggan Sunday 12-00)

Another game to whet the appetite as these two South West rivals meet. Going on league form the Whitehill side should start as favourites but I don’t expect league form to have much of a bearing on this one. Tir na nOg won both league encounters with their neighbours from Marrion Hill and are still in the promotion race with just two rounds of fixtures to play while St. Ergnat’s faded badly after a good start to the season. The Moneyglass side were hit with a long list of injuries mid-season and are just getting back to something like full strength and on their day they are a match for anyone.

They highlighted that potential when they travelled to Musgrave Park last time out and came away with an excellent draw against league leaders, St. Brigid’s and reports suggest that they are back to something like their best form.

Tir na nOg have had a tough season with quite a few of their players playing on a Tir na nOg hurling team who were in the promotion race in division 2 until quite recently. That side lost to St. Enda’s in the Intermediate hurling championship last time out and ‘Scotchy’ Hagan could have a task on his hand lifting them for Sunday’s early start.

Prediction: The form book would say Tir na nOg but Moneyglass may come into this one the fresher of the two sides and if they can produce their best form might just edge it but it should be mighty close.


St. Enda’s v St. Paul’s (Glenavy Sunday 4-00)

On paper this looks like the easiest of the three Intermediate championship games scheduled for the weekend to predict as St. Enda’s from division1 take on a St. Paul’s side w2ho have just been relegated from division 2. St. Enda’s gained promotion from division 2 last year and have consolidated their position in the top grade with still two rounds of games to play.

Many expected they would play Senior championship this year but have opted for the Intermediate grade and are installed as favourites by virtue of the fact they are in division 1. That favourites tag is not always the easiest one to carry however and St. Paul’s, with nothing to lose will give it everything in the hope of causing an upset.

Prediction: St. Enda’s are a side very much on the upward track and while they might take a time to shake off the challenge of the Shaw’s Road side I would expect them to progress with something to spare.



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Unforced errors Cost St. Brigid’s dearly

Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship (Qtr Final)

St. Brigid’s (Antrim) 0-10 Rostrevor (Down) 1-13


St. Bronagh’s Rostrevor started and finished strongly to dash the ambitions of St. Brigid’s Belfast in this keenly contested Ulster Club Intermediate Championship quarter final at Corrigan Park on Sunday.

A goal by Down county star, Caolan Mooney in the 14th minute left the Musgrave Park side chasing the game and at half-time they looked to have it all to do when they trailed the Mourne men 1-7 to 0-5. After the break the Antrim champions battled bravely and at one stage they looked to have the opposition on the ropes but Rostrevor finished strongly to claim a somewhat flattering 1-13 to 0-10 win.

The Mourne men crossed the winning line and into the semi finals holding a six point advantage but the Saffron champions will look to a series of unforced errors and a number of missed opportunities as they reflect on what might have been.

The South Belfast men  who have impressed this year on their way to their second Intermediate title in their short history, held their own in the opening phase but a stray pass allowed St. Bronagh’s in for an opportunist goal as Piaras Kane sent Caolan Mooney in to claim what was to prove the only goal of the game.

This goal gave Rostrevor the initiative and ensured they held a 1-07 to 0-05 interval advantage.

The Antrim champions had started well and a couple of early points from the ever accurate Ronan Mc Grady and one from James Smith ensured they were on level terms at 0-03 to 0-03 at the 12th minute but the concession of the Mooney goal seemed to knock them for six for a time.

Rostrevor began moving the ball with supreme confidence and points from Piaras Kane, Conor Feagan and another from net-minder Jonathan Parr, who despatched a 23rd minute ‘45’ between the posts, put them 1-07 to 0-03 ahead.

St Brigid’s regained composure in the latter stages of the half as Ronan Mc Grady despatched a couple of points, one claimed from away out on the left side in the 25th minute and another from 50 metres after the high fielding Enda Clark was fouled in the middle.

The Antrim champions dominated the closing stages of the half and indeed might have had a goal nearing the break but a cute James Smith chip went just wide of the posts.

St Brigid’s needed a good start to the second half if they were to get back into contention but in the event the Down side were to add a couple of points to their advantage by the 35th minute as Piaras Kane raised white in the 32nd minute and Conor Feagan clipped over another from a close range free a couple of minutes later.

Ronan Mc Grady saw his mammoth 60 metre free go wide off the post in between those concessions but he followed up with back to back points from placed efforts in the 37th and 40th minutes to get St Brigid’s back on course.

The Antrim champions were ruling the roost in the central zone where the high fielding Enda Clarke excelled and a foul on the latter in the 44th minute opened the way for the sharp shooting Mc Grady to add another point and the deficit was reduced to four points, 1-09 to 0-08.


Rostrevor seemed to have lost their way as the home side gained in confidence but another lapse in concentration and unforced error saw the Down men hit on the counter again.

Niall Farrell led the charge and a foul on Caolan Mooney was punished by the unerring Conor Feagan who claimed another point from the resultant free.

The St Brigid’s men were being asked serious questions but they were soon back in the groove again as Ronan Mc Grady raised another white flag.

This 48th minute score reduced the deficit to four points and indeed this could well have been reduced to the minimum when a poor kick out was seized upon by Mc Grady with the goal at his mercy with only the keeper to beat.

The ace marks man bore down on the target with intent but slipped as he was about to shoot and a great opportunity went a begging.

St. Brigid’s were now gaining the upper hand however as Enda Clark seized the kick out and sent James Smith in to send between the posts and only three points separated the sides with the Musgrave Park side now on top.

Rostrevor looked in trouble for the first time in the game  but again an unforced error was to cost St. Brigid’s dearly, as a stray pass on the ‘40’ was intercepted by corner back Jonathan Connelly and a well laid counter led to a  54th minute Piaras Kane point.

This score settled the visitors again and they finished strongly as Conor Feagan added a pointed free in the 61st minute and another by Caolan Mooney in the 65th minute ensured the Down men were on their way to the semis by virtue of a hard earned 1-13 to 0-10 victory over a gallant St Brigid’s.


Referee Niall Mc Kenna (Monaghan)


St Brigid’s

Stephen Morrissey, Andy Sweeney (c), Conor King, Finn Mc Kernan, Michael Cummings, Kevin Gallagher, Ben Synott, Enda Clark, Cathal Conway, Ruairdh O’ Neill, James Smith (0-02), John Blayney, Peter Webb, Ronan Mc Grady (0-08), Jack Dowling.



Ethan Carleton for J Blayney

Rory Flanagan for R O’ Neill

Niall George for C King

Ben Leonard for J Dowling



Jonathan Parr (0-01), Jonathan Connolly, Darren Mc Elhinney, Jarlath Farrell (c), Conall Gordan (0-01), Niall Farrell, Christopher Magee, Caolan Mooney (1-01), Connor Magee, Brian Keenan, Peter Magee, Joe Morgan, Shaun Parr (0-01), Piaras Kane (0-03), Conor Feagan (0-06).



Nicky Murray for C Gordan

Jordan Feagan for P Magee

Conor Doyle for B Keenan

James Rice for C Magee

James Donaghy for J Morgan

Adam Clark for N Murray