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Emyvale V Killeevan in Universqal Graphics Junior Football Championship 2018
Emyvale faced Killeevan in the championship on Saturday, September 1st in Scotstown. After a good win over Clones in the previous round it was expceted that Emyvale would come out on top in this contest and so it turned out. In the first hallf Emyvale were very much in control though nothing came too easy. However they built up a good lead and settled then to defend that lead. In the second half, as often happens in this type of game, the leading team loses concentration and allow the opposition to capitalise on sluggish play and mistakes. Losing Ryan McAnespie and Robbie McAllister through injury was a big loss and although the subsititutes performed well the team work of the first half was missing and it became a very much solo effort. It became scrappy in places and the entertainment value of the first half decreased. In the end it finished with Emyvale on 3 - 24 to Killeevan’s 2 - 7. I was particularly impressed by some of the younger players who played good football and were able to sustain any challenge on them. Captain Daniel McMahon was in good form too taking his points from various angles and Emyvale’s defence was solid except for some loss of concentration towards the end of the game. The team: Eoghan Treanor, Sean McMeel, Aarron Loughran, Ciaran Connolly, Ryan Kelly, Gregory Devlin, Ryan McAnespie, Colin Hughes, Stephen Askin, Paul McCarron, Robbie McAllister, Gareth McQuaid, David McAllister, Jack Kelly, Jake Ward Daniel McMahon, Michael Flannery, Michael O’Brien, Conor McQuillan, Seamus Downey, Johnny McCarron, Colm McKenna, Darragh Boyle, Gavin McKernan, Pauric Duffy, Conall McKenna, KIllian McKenna, Shane McCarron, Rory Sherry. Management - Declan Loughman, Paddy Hughesm, Raymond Kelly, Declan McGarvey.
Emyvale V Killeevan in Universqal Graphics Junior Football Championship 2018
Emyvale faced Killeevan in the championship on Saturday, September 1st in Scotstown. After a good win over Clones in the previous round it was expceted that Emyvale would come out on top in this contest and so it turned out. In the first hallf Emyvale were very much in control though nothing came too easy. However they built up a good lead and settled then to defend that lead. In the second half, as often happens in this type of game, the leading team loses concentration and allow the opposition to capitalise on sluggish play and mistakes. Losing Ryan McAnespie and Robbie McAllister through injury was a big loss and although the subsititutes performed well the team work of the first half was missing and it became a very much solo effort. It became scrappy in places and the entertainment value of the first half decreased. In the end it finished with Emyvale on 3 - 24 to Killeevan’s 2 - 7. I was particularly impressed by some of the younger players who played good football and were able to sustain any challenge on them. Captain Daniel McMahon was in good form too taking his points from various angles and Emyvale’s defence was solid except for some loss of concentration towards the end of the game. The team: Eoghan Treanor, Sean McMeel, Aarron Loughran, Ciaran Connolly, Ryan Kelly, Gregory Devlin, Ryan McAnespie, Colin Hughes, Stephen Askin, Paul McCarron, Robbie McAllister, Gareth McQuaid, David McAllister, Jack Kelly, Jake Ward Daniel McMahon, Michael Flannery, Michael O’Brien, Conor McQuillan, Seamus Downey, Johnny McCarron, Colm McKenna, Darragh Boyle, Gavin McKernan, Pauric Duffy, Conall McKenna, KIllian McKenna, Shane McCarron, Rory Sherry. Management - Declan Loughman, Paddy Hughesm, Raymond Kelly, Declan McGarvey.
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