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U16s Complete Sections With Another Win

Box Score

Aug. 17, 2017

U16 Section C: Belcoo 7-21 v 1-3 Enniskillen Gaels B

Belcoo completed their sectional programme with a big win over Enniskillen B at MacNean Park on Thursday evening, running out winners 7-21 to 1-3. They await divisional fixtures now having won 4 of their 6 group games.

 Josh Killilea was the architect of several of his sides scores this evening whilst covering an serious amount of ground in the hour

The O'Rahilly's got the scoreboard moving early with Lawrence McKeown at the hub of the scores before being withdrawn on 20minutes. The aforementioned McKeown hit two points in the opening minutes and soon the hosts worked a first goal. 

Jamie Ray's kickout found Oran McCann, he fed wing back Emmett McGuinness who picked out Lawrence McKeown on the left wing, drove in and slipped Oisin O'Loughlin through for a well taken goal. 

McKeown ran in for his first goal while the next kickout was broken down by Oran McCann to Cormac McHugh, Josh Killilea got on the ball and picked out Patrick Martin with a great diagonal ball, Martin duly slotted over the ball over the bar. 

Lawrence McKeown would bang in 2-2 in a matter of minutes. The hard working Josh Killilea the supplier of many of these scores having got on a load of possession throughout the first period, while Mark Ferguson burst upfield to setup point. Emmett McGuinness then got forward to point after another good ball by Killilea. Belcoo were going well having pinned back the visitors and Cormac McHugh got onto a Lawrence McKeown pass to net a goal on 20minutes to put Belcoo into a commanding position 5-6 to no score. 

 Cormac McHugh applies pressure on his opponents in this evenings contest

Enniskillen were trying hard and were rewarded with a point. By the interval, Patrick Martin had popped up with three good points in a row finishing off well worked team moves with Gerry Nolan firing over a fine effort from a Dara Flanagan pass while Killilea arrowed over the final score of the half from the right side for a 5-11 to 0-1 half time score.

Belcoo continued to play some decent football at times and knocked over well taken scores in the second half. Dara Flanagan, Oisin O'Loughlin and Oran McCann were to land early points while Cormac McHugh raced in and found the top corner with a great finish. 

Defensively Belcoo were doing well. From the outset Mark Ferguson was in fine form, strong and aggressive out in front winning ball. Ben McNulty had another good hour at full, then wing back with Oisin Leonard continuing his excellent season at centre back, pushing up to register two points by the finish. 

Enniskillen and a young fella well known to Belcoo, Ross Bogue rattled 1-2 while we needed Jamie Ray to make 3 good saves in the closing quarter. Dara Flanagan would knock over two points. Emmett McGuinness and Gerry Nolan also the marksmen while Oran McCann continued to battle and work hard with Nolan, Killilea, Conor McKeown  and Jack Greene all driving things on to the very end while Dara Flanagan completed a great run with a well taken goal late on. 

Training continues Tuesday at 7pm as we prepare for the upcoming Divisions. 

Team (13 a side) Jamie Ray, Ben McNulty, Mark Ferguson, Emmett McGuinness (0-2), Oisin Leonard (0-2), Patrick Martin (0-4), Cormac McHugh (2-0), Oran McCann (0-1), Conor McKeown, Oisin O'Loughlin (1-1), Gerry Nolan (0-3), Lawrence McKeown (3-4), Josh Killilea (0-1). Subs Dara Flanagan (1-3), Jack Greene. 


Team P W D L Pts F A
Roslea Shamrocks GFC 5 5 0 0 10 109 51
Belcoo O`Rahilly's 6 4 0 2 8 166 104
Aghadrumsee St McCartans 6 4 0 2 8 170 119
Coa O`Dwyer's 6 2 0 4 4 100 120
Ederney St Joseph's 5 2 0 3 4 81 105
Maguiresbridge St Mary's 6 2 0 4 4 143 209
Enniskillen Gaels GAA 6 1 0 5 2 59 120




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