Match Reports


Athlone Junior Ladies win opening match in a tough battle yesterday...

posted 3 Jul 2017, 14:52 by Athlone GAA

​Westmeath Ladies GAA Junior Championship
Athlone 3-9 Ballycomoyle 3-7

Athlone Ladies opened their Junior Championship campaign with a significant win over Ballycomoyle in a tough contest in Pairc Ciaran on Sunday. This was a close contest, contentious at times, and in a match where Ballycomoyle held the lead for long periods, the Athlone Ladies had to dig deep to take victory.

Ballycomoyle took hold of the game early with a two early points but a superb goal from Cathy McGettigan settled Athlone. A further point Ballycomoyle point was answered by a well-taken score from Lorna Mulvihill, but the visitors then scored their first goal to lead 1-1 to 1-3. Athlone responded to this setback in the best possible manner when Niamh Byrne turned over possession and released Ally Mahon who found Chloe Moran in space, and she finished well for her side’s second goal.  At the other end, the pacy and skillful Ballycomoyle forwards were causing problems for the Athlone full-back line and they added a fourth point to bring themselves level, before scoring their second goal to open up a three point lead.  Again, however, Athlone replied with a goal, this time from Lorna Mulvihill, but the visitors regained the initiative with a couple of points to lead by two at half time.

The Athlone half-back line of Alannah Reynolds-Duignan, Kasey O’Neill and Lil Stuart-Trainor, and midfield of Cathy McGettigan and Eimear O’Rourke, got on top in the early stages of the second half and scores from the excellent Siobhan Coleman and Aoife Gill brought them level again, before corner-back Caoimhe Mannion gave Athlone the lead with a wonderful point after one of her trademark runs out of defence.

The home side were able to take advantage of a strong subs bench to introduce fresh legs as the humid conditions took their toll on energy levels, while the full-back line of Lauren O’Connor, Katie Henshaw and Caoimhe Mannion, augmented by Shauna Moylan, got to grips with the Ballycomoyle full-forward line and the visitors found scores a lot harder to come by in the second half, although they did add a point to bring themselves level again.

With the game in the melting pot as it entered its closing minutes, the experience of Aoife Gill showed when she finished neatly over the bar to edge Athlone into the lead, while Niamh Byrne gave Athlone some breathing space when she finished nicely after a surging run.  This forced Ballycomoyle to go throw everything at Athlone as they went for the match-winning goal, but keeper Aoife Temple and her defence held firm and Athlone held on to win a thrilling clash by 3-9 to 3-7.

Athlone:  Aoife Temple, Lauren O’Connor, Katie Henshaw, Caoimhe Mannion 0-1, Alannah Reynolds Duignan, Kasey O’Neill, Lil Stuart-Trainor, Eimear O’Rourke. Cathy McGettigan 1-0, Siobhan Coleman 0-2, Niamh Byrne 0-2, Ally Mahon, Chloe Moran 1-0, Aoife Gill 0-3, Lorna Mulvihill 1-1. Subs: Anna Redmond, Shauna Moylan, Ellen O’Connell, Sorcha O’Rourke, Sinead Dunning, Ciara Higgins, Amy Brill, Kelly Brill.

ACFL Div 4

posted 21 Jun 2017, 15:58 by Athlone GAA

​​​​​Athlone 0-12 Milltownpass 0-9

A third consecutive win guaranteed our junior men’s place in next year’s ACFL Division 4 as they eventually overcame the determined challenge of Milltownpass in their final round league match, played in Páirc Chiaráin on Tuesday evening.  A couple of early points from Andy Lynam and David Fagan gave Athlone a good start, but they failed to build on that and were trailing to four consecutive Milltownpass points before fine points from Joe Fallon and Michael Doolan brought them level.  MIlltownpass did regain their lead soon after, but late frees from Fallon and Ryan Gaffey gave Athlone a half time lead of 0-6 to 0-5.

The visitors regained the initiative with two points in the first minute of the second half, and although Dylan Lynch equalised with a well-taken effort, Milltownpass continued to force the pace and went two clear with a brace of frees.  Athlone looked to be in trouble as the game entered its final quarter, but fortunately they were able to use a strong subs’ bench to freshen things up as their opponents tired.   A second point each from Dylan Lynch and Ryan Gaffey evened things up again, before Sean Dowd gave the home side the lead with a superb individual score.  Another young sub, Paddy McGettigan, doubled the advantage with an equally fine score, and despite some late Milltownpass pressure as they pressed for a match-winning goal, the Athlone defence held firm and Ryan Gaffey made the game safe from an injury time free as Athlone held on for the win they needed to ensure their Division 4 status for another year.

Athone:  Conor Devaney, Shane Galvin, Daniel Lynam, Michael Doolan (0-1), Eoin Jordan, Tom Egan, Colin O’Leary, David Fagan (0-1), Fionn Dowd, Tadhg Prendergast, Dylan Lynch (0-2), Andy Lynam (0-1), Joe Fallon (0-2), Sean O’Brien, Ryan Gaffey (0-3)  Subs Used: Luke Kelly, Patrick McGettigan (0-1), Sean Dowd (0-1), Richie Greene, Aidan St. John, Cathal Joyce.

ACFL Div 1

posted 6 Jun 2017, 14:42 by Athlone GAA


Athlone 0-9 Garrycastle 3-13  

Our seniors finished what had been a relatively positive league division one campaign with an extremely disappointing defeat to neighbours Garrycastle in the derby game played in Garrycastle on Friday evening.

Following an evenly matched opening 10 minutes, after which the home side led by 1-2 to 0-3 thanks to an early fisted goal (Athlone's scores coming from John Stapleton (0-2) and Paul Bannon), Garrycastle took control and three points from frees, followed by their second goal, gave them an eight point lead.  A point from Fergal Murray stemmed the flow slightly for Athlone, but Garrycastle were soon back in the ascendancy and added a third goal, before a point with the final kick of the half gave them a 3-6 to 0-4 lead at the break.
The home side picked up where they left off with a score straight from the throw-in, and after Darren Costello had opened Athlone's second half account with a free, they added three points in quick succession to make the game safe with twenty minutes still to play.  Athlone added late points from Daniel Reid, Paul Bannon (0-2) and Darren Costello, but they were unable to make any inroads into the Garrycastle lead as the home side added a further three points of their own to seal a very comfortable 3-13 to 0-9 win.

Athlone:  Conal Sheeran, Eoin Maher, Damo Kelly, Fergal Murray (0-1), Danny Lynam, Stephen Ward, Tom Egan, John Stapleton (0-2), Daniel Reid (0-1), Shane Kilroy-Glynn, Paul Bannon (0-3), Matty Darling, Mickey Greene, Sam Omukoro, Darren Costello (0-2) Subs Used:  Conor Devaney, Fionn Dowd, David Fagan, Eoin Jordan, Andy Lynam, Dylan Lynch.

Boys U16 League Div 2

posted 6 Jun 2017, 14:41 by Athlone GAA



Athlone 7-9 Milltownpass 4-13  
 
After the sides had exchanged early points, Stephen O'Connor struck Athlone's first goal with a superb solo effort, which was followed soon after by a lovely first time finish from Conor Rushe.  The visitors then settled and, with Athlone struggling to win their own kickouts, kicked five unanswered points to reduce the deficit to the bare minimum.  A pair of well-taken points from Bryan Hughes settled the home side again and another brace of goals, from O'Connor again and Dylan Rushe, stretched the lead again, although Milltownpass finished strongly with three late points to leave Athlone ahead by 4-3 to 0-9 at the break.

Andrew Beaumont got in for Athlone's fifth goal just after the break, but they were then grateful to keeper Kenny Davies for a couple of fine saves as Milltownpass went looking for goals to get back into the game.  Eamon Martin added another point, before Milltownpass did get their first three-pointer, but Athlone responded well with two points each from Hughes and Beaumont.  Milltownpass kept in touch with their second goal and a couple of points, but two goals in quick succession from Stephen O'Connor and another Beaumont point finally made the game safe for the hosts, although two further Milltownpass goals late on took some of the gloss of the scoreline.

Overall, this was a fine display from Athlone, with some lovely passages of attacking football, although a tendency to go for goals rather than tacking on points to keep the scoreboard ticking over when ahead, let Milltownpass back into the game on more than one occasion.
Athlone:  Kenny Davies, TJ Okodugha, Killian O'Sullivan, Sean Duffy, Reme Okodugha, Sam Fogarty, Ben Killian, Michael Byrne, Eamon Martin (0-1), Bryan Hughes (0-4), Stephen O'Connor (4-1), Shane Reid, Dylan Rushe (1-0), Andrew Beaumont (1-3), Shaun Fox  Subs Used:  Conor Rushe (1-0)

Ladies Division 4 League Final

posted 6 Jun 2017, 14:36 by Athlone GAA

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Athlone 1-11 St Joseph’s 3-6

Athlone ladies’ team suffered an agonising loss in the division 4 league final when they were defeated  by St Joseph’s by a single point after a thrilling (if nerve-wracking!) game in Tang on Sunday evening.

Athlone got off to the worst possible start when St Joseph’s scored an excellent goal in the first minute and, although Emma Carey opened Athlone’s account soon after with a fine point, the Streamstown girls were stronger in the opening stages as Athlone looked nervous and two points from frees stretched their lead to four after ten minutes.  They almost got a second goal soon after but Aoife Temple pulled off a great save to deny them and instead three well-taken points from Kelly Brill, Cathy McGettigan and Chloe Moran reduced the gap to just a point.  Athlone were now on top but were a little bit anxious in front of goal and were unable to find an equaliser, and instead St Joseph’s doubled their lead with a point on the break.  A good score from the returning Lorna Mulvihill brought Athlone back to within a point again, before it looked like the Shannonsiders had snatched the lead just before the break when Kelly Brill forced the ball home after a goalmouth scramble, however the goal was harshly disallowed.  Athlone did have the final say of the opening period when Lorna Mulvihill evened things up with the last kick of the half and they would have been pleased to be going in on level terms after their slow start.

Athlone started the second half as they had ended the first when Chloe Moran gave them the lead for the first time, but they were dealt a hammer blow soon after when St Joseph’s struck two goals in quick succession.  Chloe Moran responded with a fine solo point to keep Athlone in touch, but St Joseph’s were buoyant after their two goals and they added three more points to lead by seven with 10 minutes remaining.  To their credit, the Athlone girls refused to throw in the towel and after another Lorna Mulvihill point, they won a penalty.  Unfortunately, however, Katie Henshaw’s placed effort went agonisingly wide of the post with the keeper beaten, but even after this setback, Athlone refused to give up and Nadia Molloy reduced the gap further with a point.  Athlone did finally get the goal they deserved with a superb strike from Brionna Geoghegan, and with lots of time added on due to several injuries, they kept piling on the pressure in search of a late winner.  Brionna Geoghegan was unlucky to have a powerful free blocked on the line and, although the same player then added a point from a free to reduce the deficit to the bare minimum, there was no more time for Athlone to find an equaliser and St Joseph’s had hung on to win by the narrowest of margins, 3-6 to 1-11.

This was a heartbreaking defeat for the Athlone women who will feel that they did not reach the high level of performance that they did in earlier rounds of the league, but still came agonisingly close to winning the game.  However the team have made great progress this year under the management team of Alan ‘Murph’ Mullen, Johnno Kinahan and ‘Aunty Sheila’ Buckley-Byrne, and with huge numbers attending every training session and the great team spirit shown by the girls in the clubhouse after the game, they can look forward to the championship with confidence.

Best wishes to Emma Carey for a speedy recovery from the injury she suffered during the game.

Athlone:  Aoife Temple, Shauna Moylan, Katie Henshaw, Caoimhe Mannion, Lil Stuart-Trainor, Alannah Reynolds-Duignan, Kasey O’Neill, Cathy McGettigan (0-1), Eimear O’Rourke, Emily Henshaw, Lorna Mulvihill (0-3), Niamh Byrne, Kelly Brill (0-1), Emma Carey (0-1), Chloe Moran (0-3)  Subs Used:  Brionna Geoghegan (1-1), Nadia Molloy (0-1), Ally Mahon.

MINOR LEAGUE DIVISION 1: 5 LEAGUE WINS

posted 16 May 2017, 15:06 by Athlone GAA

Minor League Division 1

Athlone 3-13 St. Mary's Rochfortbridge 1-10

It's 5 league wins (and 2 in the space of five days) on the spin for the minor boys as they saw off a battling St. Mary's Rochfortbridge on Sunday evening. The home side got off to a good start and early points from Luke Kelly, Josh Beaumont (2), and Sean Dowd saw them lead by 4. Rochfortbridge pulled the game back level with 4 points of their own. A point each from Shane Allen and Enda Daly put Athlone ahead again before a bullet of a goal from Josh Beaumont after a clever through ball from Mark Egan.  Rochfortbridge responded with a point before a fortuitous OG gave Athlone breathing space at half time with the score 2-7 to 0-5.

Rochfortbridge were first off the mark in the first minute of the second half before a well worked point by Josh Beaumont was followed by a brilliantly taken goal from Mark Tallon after good work from Diarmuid Martin. This was followed by points from Mark Egan and a Luke Kelly free. The away side responded again with 2 points of their own, followed by a well taken penalty goal (almost saved by Rytis Liaukevicius in the Athlone nets). Athlone closed out the game with 2 points from Luke Kelly and another from Josh Beaumont to leave the final score 3-13 to 1-10.

Best for Athlone were Luke Kelly, Josh Beaumont and Donagh Prendergast. The lads play their last league game of the season at home to Rosemount on Thursday (18th May), with a lot of lads carrying injuries, the strength of the squad will be fully tested. However, 3 U16's, Eamon Martin, Andrew Beaumont, and Michael Byrne, stepped up to the plate in this game and would not look out of place in the level above their age.

Athlone Team: Rytis Liaukevicius; Joseph Devins, James Finlass, Patrick Ryan; Donagh Prendergast, Paddy McGettigan, Anthony Johnson; Diarmuid Martin, Luke Kelly (0-5); Enda Daly (0-1), Josh Beaumont (1-4), Sean Dowd (0-1); Mark Egan (0-1), Mark Tallon (1-0), Shane Allen (0-1). Subs: Eamon Martin, Andrew Beaumont, John Duddy, Aaron Forde, Michael Byrne.

Athlone 2-20 Coralstown-Kinnegad 2-9
Our minor boys got their fourth league win in a row when they defeated Coralstown-Kinnegad in a game played in perfect conditions in Kinnegad on Wednesday evening last.  The home side who started the stronger with three early scores (while Athlone squandered four goal opportunities!), but Athlone eventually found their scoring boots and points from Donagh Prendergast, David Cleary and Luke Kelly had them level after 15 minutes. A very fortunate goal from a long range free from Kieran Colclough, followed by a ruthless finish by Josh Beaumont, settled the away side and four points, one each from Cleary and Mark Egan and two frees from Colclough, to three in response from the hosts left the half-time score 2-7 to 0-6.

Kinnegad scored a fortunate goal of their own within 30 seconds of the restart to pull themselves back to within four points, but Athlone replied with six points in five minutes to make the game safe. These included some brilliant scores from Enda Daly, two from Diarmuid Martin (one after making a fantastic catch), another from Colclough, and two brilliant points from Josh Beaumont after winning his own turnovers. A brace of points each from Mark Egan and Shane Allen stretched the lead even further, and despite a late Kinnegad flurry that yielded a quickfire 1-2, Athlone finished strongly with another point from Beaumont, a great effort off his left by Donagh Prendergast, and a third from wing-back by David Cleary to put the seal on a good evening's work.

The game finished 2-20 to 2-9, with 1-18 of Athlone's total coming from play.  However, Athlone will be disappointed with 13 wides and some sloppy passages of play, so there is plenty that needs to be worked on in training.  When the game was in the melting pot, there were some fine displays from Colclough in midfield (who gave an exhibition of high fielding), David Cleary, Joe Devins, and the ever-dangerous Josh Beaumont, while it was also good to see Sean Dowd back in blue after a long lay-off from injury. However man of the match goes to Patrick Ryan who made three courageous blocks and kept Kinnegad's danger man on the inside line quiet all game.

Athlone:  John Duddy, Joseph Devins, Diarmuid Martin (0-2), Patrick Ryan, Paddy McGettigan, Shane Allen (0-2), David Cleary (0-3), Kieran Colclough (1-3), Luke Kelly (0-1), Niall Doolan, Mark Egan (0-3), Donagh Prendergast (0-2); Josh Beaumont (1-3), Enda Daly (0-1), Eamon Martin  Subs used:  James Finlass, Mark Tallon, Rytis Liaukevicius, Sean Dowd.

ACFL Division 1

posted 16 May 2017, 15:04 by Athlone GAA


Athlone 1-9 Tang 1-10

Our seniors suffered their first defeat of their league campaign when a very disappointing performance saw them lose out to neighbours Tang on miserable wet night in Páirc Chiaráin.
Athlone started brightly with two Joe Fallon points in the opening two minutes, while Sam Omukoro was unlucky to see an effort come back off the post, before the visitors settled and brought themselves level by the 10th minute.  A fine solo effort from Danny Reid restored Athlone's lead, which Fallon doubled with another free, but that was to be the home side's final score of the half, while Tang struck three times in the closing minutes to leave Athlone trailing by 0-4 to 0-5 at the break.

Tang stretched their lead early in the second half with a point from a 45, but it took Athlone until midway through the half to get off the mark with a Mickey Greene point, as they missed several chances from placed balls in this period.  A well-worked goal from Tang put daylight between the sides, although Luke Kelly kept Athlone in touch with a superb point with his first touch after coming on as a substitute.  Paul Bannon reduced the gap further with another point, but Tang then enjoyed a purple patch with three fine points from play in a two-minute spell to stretch the six points with five minutes to play.  It looked like Athlone were going to succumb to a heavy defeat, but they raised their game in the final minutes and points from Richie Greene and Luke Kelly, followed by a Danny Reid goal from close range after John Stapleton's effort had been saved, left just the minimum between the sides.  Unfortunately, however, there wasn't enough time for Athlone to force an equaliser and Tang held on to win on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-9.

Athlone:  Conal Sheeran, Eoin Maher, Damo Kelly, Fergal Murray, Danny Lynam, Paul Bannon (0-1), Tom Egan, John Stapleton, Danny Reid (1-1), Sam Omukoro, Matty Darling, Shane Kilroy-Glynn, Joe Fallon (0-3), Mickey Greene (0-1), Andy Lynam  Subs Used:  Luke Kelly (0-2), Conor Devaney, Luke Dully, Richie Greene (0-1), Dylan Lynch

Athlone v Rochfortbridge

posted 8 May 2017, 14:52 by Athlone GAA

​​​​​ACFL Division 1

Athlone 3-9 St Mary’s, Rochfortbrige 2-12  

Athlone’s senior team travelled to Rochfortbridge to play St Mary’s in the sixth round of the league and needed an injury time point from Matthew Darling to rescue a scarcely deserved draw and preserve their unbeaten start to the season.

Despite starting against the strong wind, Athlone began brightly and Jordan Marshment converted a second minute penalty after full-back Damo Kelly had been fouled at the end of an incisive run.  Mickey Greene followed up with a point from a free, but that was as good as it got in the opening stages as the hosts settled and, using the conditions to their advantage, raced into a 1-6 to 1-1 lead by the 20th minute.  A fine solo point from Danny Reid brought Athlone back into the game, before Jack Quinn goaled from close range to reduce the deficit to a point.  St Mary’s responded immediately with a second goal of their own and a point from a free to restore their five point advantage, although the visitors had the final score the half with a point from Shane Kilroy-Glynn leaving the half-time score 2-7 to 2-3 in favour of the home side.

As in the first half, it was the team playing against the wind that had the better start and St Mary’s almost had a third goal early on, but Conal Sheeran did well to push a powerful effort over the bar.  Paul Bannon opened Athlone’s second half account with a brilliant point from out near the sideline, and when Mickey Greene finished a superb move involving John Stapleton and Jack Quinn to the net, it looked like Athlone had finally found their rhythm.   They were dealt a blow soon after when Stephen Ward was sent off, but two more excellent points from Jordan Marshment and Paul Bannon pushed them into the lead at the ¾ mark.  The initiative was passed between both sides in the closing 10 minutes and two further Rochfortbridge points were answered by similar scores from Danny Reid and Mickey Greene, before another brace gave the home team a one point lead as the game went into injury time.  Fortunately for Athlone, there was still time for one more attack and a patient move led to Matty Darling calmly stroking over the equaliser with the last kick of the game.  Despite salvaging a draw, this was a patchy performance from Athlone and they will be hoping for an improved showing in their next outing, which is against neighbours Tang in Páirc Chiaráin this Friday, May 12th, at 7.30pm.

Athlone:  Conal Sheeran, Daniel Lynam, Damien Kelly, Fergal Murray, Matthew Darling (0-1), Jordan Marshment (1-1), Shane Kilroy-Glynn (0-1), John Stapleton, Stephen Ward, Tom Egan, Jack Quinn (1-0), Eoin Maher, Mickey Greene (1-2), Paul Bannon (0-2), Daniel Reid (0-2)  Subs Used:  Eoin Jordan, Fionn Dowd.

ACFL Div 4: Athlone v Tubberclair

posted 8 May 2017, 14:50 by Athlone GAA

ACFL Div 4

Athlone 7-18 Tubberclair 0-7

Our junior men’s team improved their chances of staying in division 4 of the ACFL with a very impressive performance against a game but inexperienced Tubberclair team in Páirc Chiaráin last Thursday.  The scheduling of the match for midweek during the third-level exam period meant that both sides were missing several regulars, which had a greater impact on the visitors than it did on the town team.  That said, Athlone did play some excellent football, with brilliant goals from Richie Greene, Dylan Lynch, Luke Kelly and Ryan Gaffey, as well as superb points from Joey Jordan, Colin O’Leary, Patrick McGettigan, Andy Lynam and Joe Fallon, while it was also great to see Cathal Joyce make a scoring return to the blue and white.

Athlone take on Milltownpass in the final round of the league in Páirc Chiaráin next Sunday (throw-in TBC) with another win required to ensure that we avoid relegation and play in division 4 again next season so a similar turnout and performance will be required for that game.

Athone:  Conal Sheeran, Eoin Jordan (0-3), Daniel Lynam, Patrick McGettigan (0-1), Andy Lynam (0-1), Emmet Collins, Colin O’Leary (0-1), Luke Kelly (2-1), David Fagan, Tadhg Prendergast, Dylan Lynch (1-2), Benny Martin, Cathal Joyce (0-2), Joe Fallon (0-1), Richie Greene (3-4)  Subs Used:  David Cleary, Aidan St John, Sean O’Brien, Ryan Gaffey (1-2).

ACFL Div 1

posted 25 Apr 2017, 14:30 by Athlone GAA   [ updated 25 Apr 2017, 14:30 ]


ACFL Division 1  
Athlone 3-14 Castledaly 2-13  
 
Our senior team made the short trip to Castledaly on Easter Sunday morning and came away with two league points after what was a hard-fought and occasionally tempestuous encounter.

Athlone had a dream start when Tom Egan finished a good move to the net after 90 seconds, and they added a second three-pointer soon after when Paul Bannon goaled from close range after a Mickey Greene effort had come back off the post.  That was as good as it got in the opening stages as the home side settled and, aided by a goal from a quick free and points from the lively Lorcan Dolan, led by 1-7 to 2-1 after 25 minutes.  The visitors’ only point in this period came from a Noel Mulligan free, while they were grateful to a Damo Kelly goal-line clearance not to be even further behind.  However, they rallied to finish the half strongly and two more Mulligan frees, either side of a point from play from John Stapleton brought them level, before an excellent long-range point from Noel Mulligan in injury time gave them an unlikely half-time lead.

Mulligan started the second half as he finished the first, with a point after 10 seconds of play, and Danny Reid stretched the lead to a goal with a superb point.  Two rapid points in response kept the hosts in touch, but further scores from Paul Bannon and Mulligan kept the Blues’ noses in front, before Sam Omukoro tapped home their third goal to put some daylight between the sides.  Two more points from Mulligan and another from his midfield partner Stapleton looked to have sown up the points for Athlone, but Castledaly refused to yield and another goal after a short free brought them right back into the game.  The gap was down to two points as the game entered stoppage time, and with six minutes added following a lengthy fracas that saw a player from each team sent off, the Athlone defence was forced to dig deep to preserve that lead.  Fortunately, they were able to prevent their opponents from creating any further scoring opportunities and instead two more pointed frees from Mulligan, to bring his personal total to 0-10, saw them home on a scoreline of 3-14 to 2-13.

Athlone:  Conal Sheeran, Eoin Maher, Damien Kelly, Fergal Murray, Fionn Dowd, Jordan Marshment, Shane Kilroy-Glynn, John Stapleton (0-2), Noel Mulligan (0-10), John Egan, Daniel Reid (0-1), Tom Egan (1-0), Mickey Greene, Paul Bannon (1-1), Sam Omukoro (1-0)  Subs Used:  Matthew Darling, Jack Quinn, Luke Kelly, Joe Fallon.

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