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U14 Feile Trip
Jun. 27, 2015
Belcoo U14s made the trip to Owenbeg in Derry on Saturday morning for the Ulster Feile where the young O’Rahilly’s faced Tir na nOg, Randalstown of Antrim and Cullyhanna from Armagh.
Games were twenty minutes each way and in the opener Belcoo faced a very strong Randalstown side. The O’Rahilly’s produced a spirited second half in this encounter, Lawrence McKeown registering a good point before hitting a wonderful goal off the underside of the crossbar. Oran McCann was also on target in a game where the defence was under quite a bit of pressure.
In the second fixture Belcoo competed much better and were unfortunate in front of goal having hit the post on two occasions while missing some good chances to score. Fiachra McAloon would hit a fine goal in this tie but again the Armagh outfit were very strong in comparison to Belcoo.
Over the course of the two games Josh Killilea worked tirelessly for his side, there were sporadic patches of good play from Lawrence McKeown and Emmett McGuinness while an overworked defence did their best to curtain their physically stronger opposition.
Back Row: (L-R) Oran McCann, Lawrence McKeown, Jamie Ray, Matthew Mulvey, Ben McNulty, Oisin Leonard, Mark Ferguson.
Front Row: (L-R) Daniel O'Connor, Emmett McGuinness, Jack Greene, Colum Higgins, Fiachra McAloon, Josh Killilea, Sean Boylan, Conor McKeown.
Action Shots from the Randalstown game
Cullyhanna hit the net (Left) while the boys relax on the way up to the competition.
Post tournament stop in KFC on the way home
With Donegal supporters travelling to Clones stuck behind our bus, the Belcoo players give their support with an 'UP DONEGAL' sign.
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