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Minors Lose To Strong Kinawley Finish
Mar. 22, 2015
Minors: Belcoo 3-7 v 2-18 Kinawley
A strong finish from Kinawley seen them record a victory in this league encounter in Belcoo on Sunday afternoon. The game was level with 10minutes remaining but 1-5 without reply from the visitors seen them to a 2-18 to 3-7 win.
Kinawley were somewhat wasteful in the early exchanges and having soaked up a lot of pressure Belcoo eventually broke forward to score with their first meaningful attack, Conor McAloon firing into the net from close range.
Kinawley were to respond with two points but Matthew McAloon and James Gillespie pointed at the other end for Belcoo. James McAloon made a fine save with his feet to deny a Kinawley goal, the visitors did add to their tally with four points before the interval.
Belcoo though would find the net twice before half time, Ciaran Flanagan swivelling in front of goal to fire in from close range on 22minutes while a Gary Doherty 45 hit the crossbar and was scrambled over the line, Matthew McAloon with the last touch. Michael McGourty added a late point to see Belcoo hold a 3-3 to 0-6 half time lead.
A Glorious Afternoon for Football at MacNean Park as Kinawley edged out Belcoo with a late flurry of scores
Within five minutes of the restart Belcoo's six point lead became a one point deficit, Kinawley tore through the middle all too easy to hit a quick 1-4 as they led for the first time.
It was nip and tuck over the next 15minures as the sides traded points, Matthew McAloon (free), Conor McAloon, Colm Furey and Ciaran Flanagan scores for Belcoo left the game tied at 3-7 to 1-13 with 10minutes to go.
James McAloon made two more good saves but eventually Kinawley registered another goal before tagging on five points over the closing minutes to run out winners by eight.
Team: James McAloon, Michael McGourty (0-1), Jonathan Stewart, Colm Furey (0-1), Eoin Shiels, Aaron McTiernan, Gary Doherty, James Gillespie (0-1), Dermot Burns, Matthew McAloon (1-2), Michael Doherty, Ciaran Flanagan (1-1), Conor McAloon (1-1). Sub used. Daire Keaney.