Latest News 17/06/2018

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County League Div.5 Group A Result Asdee 1-6  Churchill 3-12.Churchill secured their position as the top team in their group when the comprehensively defeated a spirited Asdee at Walsh Park on Saturday evening last.

There was no denying but that Churchill were full value for their 12 point win as they were always on top of their game and when it came to the scoring department they seemed to always find the range. On the other hand even though Asdee did try hard they were always playing catch-up and once again when they did win possession in attack they failed dismally to convert.

Churchill got off to the perfect start and inside the opening minute centre forward Mikie Brennan found the net; points followed through Ciaran Crowley, J J Prior, Michael O Brien and a 45 from goalkeeper Eoghan O Brien before the home side opened their account with a free from Darragh Keane in the 17th minute.

Points were exchanged by Asdees Darragh Keane and Michael O Brien and Ciaran Crowley for the visitors. As we entered the final minutes of this half Darragh Keane who was easily Asdees top performer  and Ivan Parker swopped goals leaving it at the break; Asdee 1-3 Churchill 2-8.

Asdee now having the aid of a stiffish wind needed to get early scores on the board if they were to make a game of it; unfortunately it was the visitors who pounced as early as the 5th minute when Ivan Parker set up J J Prior to billow the net from close range and after 5 minutes at 3-8 to 1-3 this game was done and dusted.

Darragh Keane two frees and 1 from Paul O Carroll was the home sides only second half scores as the visitors emptied their bench and further points coming from Michael O Brien to bring his tally to 6, Ger McCarthy and Ivan Parker closed out the scoring.

Fixture: County League Div. 5 A, Asdee v Scartaglin Sunday 24th of June @ 2.00pm. Minor Football Championship, Shannon Rgs v South Kerry Tuesday 26th of June in Ballybunion.

 

Golden Goal: last week winners were Eamon Collins and Raymond Keane

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