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Senior County Football League Division 1 Round 10 2014-09-27 08:38:00

Waterville 0-06 Austin Stacks 0-09
Austin Stacks Report
One could use many of the sporting clichés to describe this round 10 Co. League game, played at a drizzly and breezy Waterville on Saturday evening (27th Sept). Like ‘a win is a win’, or ‘it’s good to win when you are playing poorly’ or ‘it’s good to get a bad game out of your system’.

But Austin Stacks did win, to maintain their unbeaten run in this season’s Co. League – so far, their best League season, from a results point of view, in 35 years. They had a brilliant start. Wayne Guthrie, who had another very good game, won the throw-in and after a patient build-up Daniel Bohan punched over the opening score after 35 seconds. Still inside the third minute, David Mannix had slotted over another two in quick succession. Then Waterville got going and between the fifth and eighth minutes had drawn level with three good points. Between then and half time, Stacks added another three, to two for the home side – Stacks’ three coming from Shane O’Callaghan, Greg Horan and Mikey Collins - to leave them one ahead at the break (0-06 to 0-05).

Both sides had a point each within five minutes of the resumption – William Kirby on target for Stacks. Stacks had to wait another 17 minutes for the next score – a brilliant long-ranged effort by Wayne Guthrie. Mikey Collins added another five minutes later for what turned out to be the last score of the game.

Waterville Report received Sunday pm
Austin Stacks maintained their one hundred per cent record in division one with a hard fought victory over Waterville on a final score of 0-09 to 0-06. Stacks started brighter and were three points to the good after five minute. Waterville fought back to level matters by the tenth minute. Both sides exchanged scores and Stacks were one to the good at the break 0-06 to 0-05. The second half belonged to both defences and just a single point separated the sides 0-07 to 0-06 with five to play. However two late points from Wayne Guthrie and Michael Collins saw Stacks take the spoils.

Rathmore 0-16, Milltown/Castlemaine 1-9

Played n Rathbeg on Saturday evening, Rathmore got off to a bright start with 2 points from play before Milltown got their first. Rathmore then took over and 6 points without reply left rathmore 0-7 to 0-2 ahead after 15 mins. Milltown/Castlemaine kicked another point on 16 mins. Rathmore kicked the next point before a quick reply from the visitors. A Shane Ryan free on 22 mins extended Rathmore’s lead before a Milltown/Castlemaine goal and point just before the break left the half time score: Rathmore 0-10, Milltown/Castlemaine 1-04.
Milltown/Castlemaine kicked first score of the second half. Rathmore responded with 2 of their own. Another 4 pts for rathmore to Milltown/Castlemaine’s 2 in the last 20 minutes left the final score Rathmore 0-16 Milltown/Castlemaine 1-9

St Michael’s/Foilmore 0-12, Dr Crokes 0-12

St Michaels Foilmore and Dr Crokes shared points when Dr Crokes travelled to Foilmore for this vital round 10 County League encounter. The home side opened the scoring with points from Bernard Kelly (2) and Padraig King. Dr Crokes registered their first score after 9 minutes of play with a point from Micheal Burns. Kieran Ward and Chris Brady added two further points to level the scoring. Bernard Kelly added a point for the home side but Dr Crokes responded with points from Micheal Burns, Tony Brosnan, Kieran O'Leary and Bryan O'Shea. Bernard Kelly kicked a point from play for the home side to leave the half time score Dr Crokes 0-8 S Michaels Foilmore 0-5.
In the opening minutes of the second half the home side went ahead by a point as Damien Kelly. Bernard Kelly, Sean O'Sullivan and Sean Fogarty all registered points. Dr Crokes responded with points from Johnny Buckley and Chris Brady. Bernard Kelly levelled matters again with a point for the home side. Dr Crokes took the lead once more with points from Kieran O'Leary and Chris Brady. The home side finished out the scoring with points from Sean Fogarty and Ronan O'Connor to leave the side levels at the full time whistle on 0-12 apiece.


Currow 1-9, Listowel Emmets 1-13

Round Ten of the Credit Union Sponsored Co. League was played in Currow last Saturday evening where the home side took on Listowel Emmets. Before the game a minutes silence was observed for the late Johnny O’ Sullivan R.I.P. of Glounleigh who passed away during the week. He played with the club in the late sixties and early seventies. Before the game both teams were in relegation trouble - Currow had two points and Listowel were slightly better on four. The pace of the game was quiet slow especially in the first half. The game was evenly balanced at half time at six points apiece. Scorers for Currow Mike Mc Carthy (4 points) Dan O’Sullivan (1 point) and Garrett O’ Connor (1 point) and for Listowel Connor Cox (4 points) Brian Murphy (1 point) And Noel Kennelly (1 point).
The second half had a little more urgency about it and by the fifteenth minute the sides were level again at 1-8 each. Connor Cox was the main scorer for Listowel although Dan O’ Shea and Mike Mc Carthy kept the score board ticking over for Currow with some well taken points from placed balls and Pa Mc. Carthy chipped in with a goal. Noel Kennelly got the goal for Listowel and a couple of points. The final score was Listowel Emmets 1-13 Currow 1-09. Dan O’ Sullivan had an excellent game at full back and Garrett O’ Connor played midfield for the first time and played quiet well. This result sees Currow relegated to division two for 2015.