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Bord na nÓg – Week 3

By Mary Morgan Fri 2nd Jul

Bord na nÓg – Week 3
Bord na nÓg – Week 3

Click below for a full report on Bord na nÓg activity by board PRO Pado Flynn for the last week.

Graigue Ballycallan continued where they left off in the last match scoring 7-6 to 0-2 at half time with the aid of a stiff breeze.
In the second half Mooncoin rallied and the scoreline finished 8-9 to 2-11.
Ben Mcevoy continued his good form with a brace of goals in the first half  abely assisted by the hard working  Michael Tynan.
Keelan lynch, David Walton and Sean O Dee left little ball through to worry the full back line trio of Cian Ronan, Oran Hoyne and Sean O Halloran.
With Cormac Neary and the ceaseless energy of Reggie Carthy in midfield ensured the Mooncoin midfield did not get on top for very long throughout the match.
Up front the clever runs of Aidan Ging, Joshua Malone and Sean east ensured that there was plenty space for the Ben Mcevoy, Michael Tynan and Martin Brennan to take advantage of.
Andrew Tector,Darragh Burke, Donnacha Kenny, Tom Brennan , Martin Wall and John White all contributed in the second have as GBC ran out to a 2ndconsecutive win.

The under 13 hurlers of Young Ireland’s Gowran took on Thomastown on Friday 25th June 2021.  Thomastown had home advantage.  Young Ireland’s started off the match at a blistering pace with a three goal blitz in the space of five minutes, Aidan Keating (2 goals) and Harry Byrne (1 goal).  It took Thomastown some time to register a score. At half time, Young Irelands lead 5-5 to 2-2, with all the Thomastown scores coming from frees.  Gowran continued to keep the pressure on Thomastown for the duration of the match.  The final score was 7-9 to 3-5.  Both teams played well, in particular Ben Nevin and Killian McAwee for Thomastown and best for Gowran were Aidan Keating, Harry Byrne and Kealan Barcoe.

Barrow Rangers welcomed Emeralds to Paulstown on Friday evening for their first match of the U13 Roinn C league.
Emeralds got off to a strong start & were certainly on top during the first quarter scoring 1-01 in this period, however Cian O’Reilly kept Barrow Rangers in touch with two well taken points.
After the first water break Barrow Rangers certainly moved up a gear with a Paraic Hanlon goal followed by two points from Jack McShane & one point from Tom Carpenter.
In the second half Emeralds scored three points before the second water break. The teams were level before Odhran Prendergast put Barrow Rangers in front with a great goal followed by a Daniel Lawler point.
In the last quarter Barrow Rangers pushed on with a Tom Carpenter goal followed by a Jack McShane point in reply to four additional Emerald points during this period.
Barrow Rangers ran out deserving winners in the end on a score of 3-08 to 1-0

In what was a first meeting between Glenmore vs St Patrick’s hopes were high . Sadly St Patrick’s were too strong from start to finish.
In particular FB , CB , LWB, and CF physically strong for St Patrick’s but more importantly they are a terrific Hurling team .
They led from the start and Glenmore hardly registered a shot on target in the first half.
St Patrick’s CF dominated this game and even thou he was replaced in the second half it made no difference.
Glenmore only scored from a free in the second half.
The match ended on a scoreline St Patrick’s 9-15 to 0-01.

Mullinavat vs. Burren Rangers
11-12 to 1-2
Despite the scoreline this was an entertaining game. Kudos to Burren Rangers the lads never dropped the heads. They kept battling to the very end to their Credit.
Mullinavat were probably a little bit ahead with regards stick work and got some lucky enough scores.
Scorers were
Kieran McDonald 0-2, Charlie Slater Bermingham 0-1
Jack Power 4-5, Cian Kelly 3-3, Adam Fitzpatrick 1-2, Donncha Corcoran 1-0, Ben Cantwell 2-0, Conor Conway 0-2


Wednesday 23rd June St Patrick vs Galmoy/Windgap Full time Score:
St Patrick’s Ballyragget 6-20 Galmoy/Windgap 4-16
St Patrick’s: Oisin Troy, Ruairí Farrell, Micheal Glennon, Patrick Morrissey, Conor Rocliffe, Aaron Nealis, Kieran Bergin, Christopher Delaney, Christian Connick, Cormac Diver, Mark Doheny, Marc Hogan, Josh Dowling, Cian Stapleton, Mark Bergin, Andrew Lawless, Evan Nealis, James Cash, Will Ryan Evan Coogan
Another epic display of hurling took place in Galmoy last Wednesday night as St Patrick’s Ballyragget travelled to take on Galmoy/Windgap in another league clash.
Both sides came out confident trying to lay down a marker for their opponents
St patricks started strong though and surprised Galmoy/Windgap with two shock goals. It was 2-01 before Galmoy/Windgap got their opening point. They put up another three points before the first water break.
But it all turned around after the break….
Galmoy/windgap stormed back to prove they were up for the fight, smashing in three outstanding goals. St. Patrick fought back scoring one of their own and by half time Galmoy/Windgap were in the lead by 4 points. Half time score 3-9 to 3-5.
The second half took on more twists and turns with spectators on the edge of their seats -no winner was clear but it was obvious that anything could happen and swing the momentum in either sides favour.
Saint Patrick’s took the lead again after scoring another two goals and several points and it seemed they pushed the lead too far for Galmoy/Windgap to catch them. A brink of hope emerged when Galmoy/Windgap scored another spectacular goal and made several attempts at more but Saint Patrick’s goalkeeper made some incredible saves and it just wasn’t be Galmoy/Windgaps night.
A truly entertaining game overall both sides showed great potential as this match pushed all players to the max of their abilities.An 11 point win for St Patrick’s in the end is not a true reflection of how close and unpredictable this game was. If this match is an example of what the Roinn B league has in store then we are all in for a treat. Outstanding performances from both teams

Mooncoin U15’s put in a great performance to overcome Graignamanagh in Mooncoin on Wednesday evening. There were some great scores from both sides and at half time Mooncoin led 3-8 to 1-4. Leaving the Graignamanagh side with work to do in the second half, The score stayed the same throughout the game despite Steven Kinsella’s goals Mooncoin held out for a 5 point win on a score line of 4-13 to 3-11. Steven Kinsella and Conor Hoolan getting scores for the Graignamanagh side while for the Mooncoin boys Stephen Brennan and Robbie Doherty kept the score board ticking over to see out the win for Mooncoin.

Galmoy/Windgap 1-14​​The Harps  1-13
On a most beautiful Monday evening in Galmoy ,a large crowd witnessed a top class minor hurling league clash which went right down to the wire.Having travelled south to Glenmore ,a week previously, The Harps from the parish of Cullohill and Durrow made the short journey to their neighbouring parish and, combined with their opponents to produce a most entertaining and highly skilled exhibition . It was most encouraging to see so many people there to witness what turned out to be a classic spectacle. Playing with the aid of the breeze, Harps had early points from Neil Stanley, Brian Holland and a long range free from Ciarán Flynn.Galmoy/Windgap responded with a goal from Conor Doyle. Indeed, they might have had a second, when John Dermodysaw his effort sneak out milimetres to the left of OisínConroy’s goal, while Conroy also brought off a great save from Calum Lonergan. Daniel Hanrahan soloed in to level matters 1-2 to 0-5 at the first waterbreak. Liam Kirby, Bob Murphy and a 65 from Flynn saw The Harps pull clear. CalumLonergan at centre forward was having a powerful game for the hosts and rowed in with a 25th minute point with Niall Drennan also converting a free having been felled en route to goal in the 33rd minute to leave it Harps 0-9  Galmoy/Windgap1-4 at the interval. David Sherman had been very impressive for Galmoy/Windgap with many soaring clearances from the full back position with Eoin O Shea looking very assured in the number one position.
Galmoy/Windgap made a very good start to the new half  when Conor Doyle pointed. Killian Enright got through a lot of work for the hosts on the night and he took a pass from Niall Drennan to level the game in the 36th minute,0-9 to 1-6.They had a let off then, when Eoin O Shea brought off a great save from Bob Murphy. A Calum Lonergan point in the 40thminute gave them a shortlived lead as The Harps responded immediately. An impressive individual effort from centreforward Charlie Murphy who shrugged off a series of tackles to rattle the net in the 41st minute, 1-9 to 1-7.
Again the home side responded , this time with six unanswered points, as they established a firm grip on proceedings. Killian Enright and Calum Lonergan plucked one each within a minute. James Purcell had been very solid with some excellent fielding at right half back all through, and it was his good lineball which set Lonergan up for his fourth point from play. Fouls on Lonergan and Daniel Hanrahan saw Niall Drennan point two frees with Conor Doyle also pointing from play to leave it Galmoy/Windgap 1-13 Harps 1-9 by the 50th minute.
Bob Murphy had worked very hard all evening up front for the visitors and he soon broke the deadlock for Harps as well as winning a close in free which Liam Kirby converted.Another foul on the powerful Calum Lonergan saw Niall Drennan close the scoring for the home side in the 58thminute,  but they had to endure another seven minutes of play during which The Harps tried their best to manufacture the crucial scores. They were rewarded with two Liam Kirby frees but Galmoy/Windgap held out as Peter Burke’s whistle signaled the end of an enthralling contest.David Sherman and Calum Lonergan lead the way for Galmoy/Windgap with Killian Enright and James Purcell also impressive. For the Harps, Bob Murphy,Neil Stanley,Glenn Stanley and Ciarán Flynn worked hard.
Galmoy/Windgap: Eoin O Shea,Cian O Rourke,DavidSherman,Colman Moloney,James Purcell,Jack O Shea,EvanDoyle,Billy Power,Killian Enright(0-2),Niall Drennan(0-4frees), Calum Lonergan(0-4), Daniel Hanrahan(0-1),John Dermody,Conor Doyle(1-3),Ronan O Brien.
Subs: Jim Power for John Dermody 48 mins, Noah O Shea for Ronan O Brien 51 mins, P J Delaney for Niall Drennan 63 mins ,Michael Franey for Conor Doyle 63 mins.
The Harps: Oisín Conroy,Conor Walsh,Adam Walsh,SeanCurran,Glenn Stanley,Ciarán Flynn(0-2 frees),Will Duggan,Rory Dunne,Neil Stanley(0-1),Brian Holland(0-1),Charlie Murphy(1-0),Liam Kirby(0-6,0-3frees),EoinCahill,Lorcan McGuigan,Bob Murphy(0-3).
Subs:Justin Duggan for Eoin Cahill 31 mins, Donal Deegan for Brian Holland 54 mins,
Referee : Peter Burke (Emeralds)

By Mary Morgan Fri 2nd Jul

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