JOHN WEST FEILE PEIl NA NOG

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JOHN WEST FEILE PEIl NA NOG.

The long awaited feile kicked off this
evening in Ballydonoghue. The two local teams Asdee/Bally and
Ballydonoughe took part in the first game. The combined club
Asdee/Bally got off to a great start and dominated most of the first
half and were unlucky not to pull off more scores following excellent
moves. The score at half time was 1:1 Ballydonoghue to 3 points
Asdee/Bally.

The second half Ballydonoghue got into their stride and
picked off three quick goals which ended the game with a tie. However
it was a great performance from Asdee/Bally and with a bit of luck on
their side it could have been a lot closer. A long weekend ahead.
Final score 4:4 Ballydonoghue to 1:4 Asdee/Bally
The panel consisted of
Gerard Mulvihill:
Cathal Doran
Michael Tracey
Oran O Neill
Paddy ONeill
Patrick Mulvihill
Josh Prendergast
Christopher O Donoughue
Brian Murphy
Ciaran Griffin
Adam Finucane
Liam Mulvihill
Brendan Keane
Michael Hannon
Liam Connolly
Cillian Kennelly
Bobby McCarron
Pauric Fogarty
Jack Hannon
Niall O’connor
The Asdee/Bally scorers were Liam Mulvihill 1 goal 3 points and Brian
Murphy 1 point
The Ballydonoghue scorers were Mikey Nolan 3 goals 3 points, Jamie Keane 1 point
Tom Molono 1 pointMichael Hannon 1 point
In our second game in the feile we came up against a very strong
Thomastown in Kilkenny. They won most sectors of the pitch and
dominated the game from start to finish. Asdee/Bally came back in the
second half and picked off three goals to put a better reflection on
the score line. We now look forward to our third game tomorrow morning
in Ballylongford at 11 o clock against out host club Annaclone from Co
Down.
The referee was Ian Blake.
Pauric Fogarty 2 goals
Niall O Connor 1 goal

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