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SENIOR FOOTBALL COUNTY LEAGUE Div 3 Round 9 2014-08-16 10:12:00

Annascaul 1-08 Keel 0-11

Jason Hickson opened the scoring for Annascaul with a point from a free in the opening minute, and Aaron Murphy quickly replied with a pointed free for the visitors. Keel were then denied two goal chances, but Thomas Ladden eventually converted a point on the rebound from a Tommy Pierce save. Gary Sayers and James Long slotted three more points inside the opening quarter for Keel, while Annascaul will rue four missed opportunities before Jason Hickson struck the ball to the back of the Keel net, which left Keel now one point up at the quarter mark. A low scoring second quarter saw Keel and Annascaul add two further points each to their tally. Half time score - Annascaul 1-03 Keel 0-07.

Annascaul were unlucky not to go two points up at the start of the second half, with a missed opportunity on goal. Keel added to their lead with points from Aaron Murphy, Jason Foley and Gavin Evans, but Annascaul's Emmet Kennedy and Aidan Crean kept the home side within two points of the visitors at the three quarter mark. It wasn't until the twenty eight minute again that the scoreboard got use, with Jason Hickson pointing from a free to put one point between the sides in the dying minutes. What ensued was to be a thriller of a finale. Annascaul would have thought prematurely that they had a share of the spoils, when Shane Foley pointed immediately afterwards to level the sides just inside full time. Keel were looking for the win though, and on the next kick out James Nagle received a ball that saw him score for the visitors. Was it to be Keels day? Not if Jason Hickson had anything to do with it, pointing from a free in the next run of play, seeing the sides level at the final whistle Annascaul 1-08 Keel 0-11. 

The man of the match title for both teams in this local derby was sponsored by Sammy's Restaurant Inch, the prize being dinner for two in Sammy's to each team’s Man of the match, Annascaul's Jason Hickson and Keel's James Long being the lucky recipients.

Annascaul Team: Tommy Pierce, David Smith, Gearoid O' Shea, Eoghan O' Neill, Ger Farrelly, James Farrell, David Clifford, James Scanlon, Emmet Kennedy (0-01), Kenneth Quirke, James Crean (0-01) Shane Foley (0-01) Aidan Crean (0-02) Jason Hickson (1-03, 3f), Vince O'Driscoll. Subs: John Bowler, Jonathon Deane for Vince O' Driscoll, Genie Farrell for David Clifford, Sean O' Hara, Alan Falvey.

Keel Team: Stephen Cahillane, Gavin Evans (0-01), Emmet Ashe, Donal O'Neill, Shane Prendiville, Martin Burke, Eoin O' Neill, Thomas Ladden (0-01), James Long (0-01), Gary Sayers (0-03), Jason Foley (0-01) ,Terry O Sullivan, Aaron Murphy (0-03,2f), Colm O' Neill, Aaron Cahillane.


Templenoe 2-15 Scartaglin 2-08

Two late goals gave Templenoe another good win in a match played in perfect conditions on Saturday evening. A pointed free each by Daniel Murphy and Brian Crowley opened the scoring for both teams. Scartaglin went ahead with two more points from Denis Linehan and Daniel Murphy. Patrick Clifford responded with a great point, after a Templenoe team move and this was followed by a Cian Hallissey free. Templenoe eventually went ahead through a Pat Spillane point under pressure. A great run by centre back Padraig Reidy saw Daniel Murphy hauled down for a penalty. The same player dispatched the ball in the net for Scartaglin opening goal. A point by Mike Horan was followed by a Pa Rahilly point that put Scartaglin in the driving seat. However, before the break, a free by Brian Crowley and a Denis O’Neill point saw the half time score - Scartaglin 1-05 Templenoe 0-06. 

A Daniel Murphy free opened the second hand scoring for Scartaglin, and this was quickly followed with their second goa,l when a Padraig Reidy free dropped short and was fisted to the net by Mike Coakley. Scartaglin responded with another point, to leave seven points between the sides with 25 minutes left. Templenoe battled on and got scores from Cian Hallissey (2), Shane Cremin and Brian Crowley. A point from Denis Linehan kept Scartaglin in front, but Patrick Clifford responded with his second point. Templenoe kept applying pressure and four points in a row from Cian Hallissey saw Templenoe edge ahead, coming to the dying minutes of the match. With time almost up,Templenoe got two late goals through Martin Reilly and Sean Sheehan to leave the final score Templenoe 2-15. Scartaglin 2-08.

Templenoe Scorers: Cian Hallissey 0-07, Brian Crowley 0-03, Sean Sheehan, 1-00, Martin Reilly 1-00, Patrick Clifford 0-02, Shane Cremin 0-01, Pat Spillane 0-01, Denis O'Neill 0-01

Scartaglin Scorers: Daniel Murphy 1-03, Mike Coakley 1-00, Denis Linehan 0-03, Mike Horan 0-01, Pa Rahilly 0-01

Templenoe Team: Anthony Sheehan, Daniel O'Neill, John Spillane, Joe Sheehan, Gavin Crowley, Mike Hallissey, Kieran McCarthy, Donal Casey, Cian Hallissey, John Rice, Shane Cremin, Pat Spillane, Denis O'Neill, Sean Sheehan, Brian Crowley. Subs: Patrick Clifford, Martin Reilly, Josh Holland.
Scartaglin Team: David Kerins, Alan Horan, Pa Murphy, Pat O'Sullivan, Sean Tagney, Padraig Reidy, Tom Culloty, Mike Coakley, Daniel Mahoney, Pa Rahilly, Denis Lenihan, Mike Horan, JJ Murphy, Fred Connor, Niall Casey. Subs: Alan Dineen, Bernard Cronin.




Ballymacelligott 3-08 An Ghaeltacht 1-11

Coming into this game, both teams were on six points and facing relegation, so a win was vital for both teams. Ballymac got off to a great start and had a goal and a point on the board within the first three minutes, the goal coming from Luke Sweeney and the point from Matthew Galvin. Two more points from Daniel O’Shea and Gene Griffin extended their lead. The game was 14 minutes old when An Gaeltacht registered their first score. This came from a point from a free by their full forward Daragh O Se. A minute later, he brought the visitors back into the game with a goal. In the 24th minute, another point from the full forward left a point between the teams. Ballymac responded with two points from play by Aiden Breen and Cian Counihan. Half time score Ballymac 1-05 An Gaeltacht 1-02.

Padraig McCarthy opened the scoring in the second half with a point from a free. The visitors responded with three points from frees, from Daragh O Se, Aiden Breen and Padraig McCarthy added two more points for the home side. This put three points between the teams ten minutes into the second half. Sean O Bambaire reduced the deficit with a point from play. Half way through the second half, a long ball in from Aiden Breen was punched to the net by Padraig McCarthy. This gave Ballymac some breathing space, but An Gaeltacht never gave up and for the next twelve minutes laid siege to the Ballymac goal. There were points from their centre back, Colm O Muircheartaigh , two from Daragh O Se and one from Sean O Bambaire. The margin was down to two points. A ball in from the wing by Gene Griffin was goaled soccer style by Padraig McCarthy for the home side. Two more points from Daragh O Se for the visitors left the final score at Ballymac 3-08 to An Gaeltacht 1-11.

Ballymacelligott Team: Padraig Laide, Denis Leen, T.J. Casey,. Cian Counihan , Con Reynolds , Matthew Galvin , Aiden Breen , Kevin O Shea, Padraig McCarthy , Dermot Leen, Michael Leen , Luke Sweeney, Daniel O’Shea, Gene Griffin. Subs: Alan Bonn, Niall O Shea, Christopher Leen.

An Gaeltacht: Brian O Murchu , Cian O Murchu , Caoimhin O Beaglaoch, Cathal O Fiannachta , Padraig O Se , Colm O Muireartaigh , Cathal O Gairbhia , Aodhan MacGearailt , Micheal Breathnach , Mairtin O Gorman, Eoin Beag MacGearailt , Cathal MacGearailt , Sean O Gairbhi , Daragh O Se , Sean O Bambaire.




St Mary’s 0-13 Glenflesk 2-14 

Sean Cournane opened the scoring within the first minute for the home side with a point from play after forty seconds. The visitors equalised six minutes later when Jeff O’Donoghue made sure, following a missed opportunity three minutes previously from an awarded free. A foul on Sean Cournane a minute later saw him score his second point from a placed ball. However, it was the visitors that went ahead on ten minutes, when Dara Roche found the net. A point from Daniel Daly seconds later narrowed the gap to a single point. Sean Cournane then stepped up to convert a free from fifty yards out, to level the game after twelve minutes. Conor O’Shea added another from play, before Michael O’Shea levelled the sides once again. Saint Mary’s went three points ahead in the following four minutes, before Glenflesk’s Dara Roche pulled one back on twenty three minutes. A further three unanswered points from Sean Cournane, Conor O’Shea and Shane Horgan left Glenflesk trailing at half time by five points.

Glenflesk started the stronger in the second half, putting four unanswered points past the home side, within four minutes of play. Sean Cournane pulled one back with a converted free three minutes later, but this was soon cancelled out with an excellent score form Glenflesk’s Dara Roche. Sean Cournane scored another point from an awarded free at the half way mark, which was to be the last score of the game for the home side. Glenflesk found form in the remaining fifteen minutes and put six points and a goal past the home side for a deserved victory, which sees them share second place in the table with Saint Mary’s three points behind leaders Templenoe.

St. Mary's: 1. Damien Horgan 2. Sean O’Shea 3. Dara O’Sullivan 4. Brian Curran 5. Dan O’Sullivan 6. Denis Daly 7. Conor Quirke 8. Niall O’Driscoll 9. Ciaran O’Driscoll 10. Jack Daly 11. Daniel Daly 12. Shane Horgan 13. Sean Cournane 14. Conor O’Shea 15. Anthony Cournane . Subs: Austin Constable

Glenflesk: 1. Kenny Cronin 2. Paul Favier 3. Matthew Culloty 4. Jeremy Moynihan 5. Shane Courtney 6. Cian Horan 7. James McCarrick 8. Donal O’Sullivan (C) 9. Eric O’Donoghue 10. Kieran Murphy 11. Jeff O’Donoghue 12. Alan McSweeney 13. Michael O’Shea 14. Dara Roche 15. Lee O’Donoghue