Ocean Hygiene Supplies & Packaging U14 B Semi Finals.   12/06/2012

A cracker of a game is in prospect in the Ocean Hygiene Supplies & Packaging U14 B Final following on from two keenly contested semi finals in Duggan Park on Monday, June 11. Sarsfields overcame Cappataggle while Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry just got by Turloughmore in a nail biting finish.

Sarsfields 4-7 Cappataggle 1-4
Sarsfields opened the scoring after four minutes when Sean Poland goaled after a perfect pass from Eoin Emerhu . Poland finished to the net again a minute later before Conor Delaney opened Cappataggle’s scoring with a point. Jeffrey Lawless replied with a point and Daniel Reddan reduced the deficit for Cappataggle when his well taken free sailed over the bar. It was all Sarsfields for the next five minutes with points from Lawless Darren Morissey, a pointed free from Kevin Cooney and Lawless was on hand again to score a superb goal. Cappataggle’s Brian Finn got a tonic goal just before the interval leaving the score 3-4 to 1-2 in Sarsfields favour.
Cappataggle were held to just two points in the second half from a Reddan free and a delightful point from play by substitute Niall Collins. Sarsfields dominated the half once again with a point from Lawless and two, one a placed ball from Cooney as well as a goal which went all the way from Cooney’s 65. Despite the margin at the end it was a very enjoyable game and there were some fine individual performances on both sides
Sarsfields: J Monahan, M Melody, R Lawless, G Fahy, S Noone, L Donoghue, J Fox, D Morrissey, K Cooney, J Lawless, O Cooney, G Griffin, S Poland, N Kenny.
Cappataggle: I Goode, D Gilchrist, M Jennings, A Lohan, L Brogan, D Reddan, K Kenny, D Mannion, C Delaney, L Murtagh, D Malone, M Garvey, K Le Strange, B Finn, C Smyth.

Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry 3-9 Turloughmore 4-3
Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry opened the scoring with a Thomas Gordon point and Gordon scored a well worked goal two minutes later. Turloughmore replied in the best possible manner with two goals in the space of a minute from Conor Walshe and Cathal Holland. Six pointed frees from the accurate Gordon edged Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry in front but Turloughmore restored parity with a Sean Lyons goal leaving the match all square at half time on 1-6 to 3-0. Turloughmore started the second half well with a point from a free by Mark Fahy and one from play by Dylan Connell. A point from Gordon and a superb goal from Thomas Murphy put the East Galway side in front once more. Lyons struck for another Turloughmore goal and extra time looked a distinct possibility. Ben Moran and Gordon both pointed for Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry and then a brilliantly taken 21 yard free by Gordon went all the way to the net but Turloughmore replied with a point and the match ended with just a goal between the sides, in a match either side could have won.
Turloughmore: D Loftus, G Linnane, J Burke, J Murphy, C Campbell, M Fahy, K Conneely, D Niland, T Collins, S Lyons, C Quinn, D Connell, C Holland, B Callinan, C Walsh.

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