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Juniors: St.Joseph's 0-7 Belcoo 2-9
May. 22, 2010
The Juniors have reached the halfway stage in the league and they remain unbeaten having collected another 2points away to Ederney on Saturday evening. This victory means Belcoo have already collected more points this season than in the whole of last year.
The first half of this game was very tight and it was the home side who led 0-5 to 0-4 at the break. Nevan Higgins, Sean McNulty and Gary Maguire were among the points in the first half. Belcoo could and maybe should have been in front but some wayward shooting meant they trailed at half time.
Belcoo were boosted by a number of Senior players and the introduction at half time of Declan Leonard and John Carrigan allowed Belcoo to dominant large period of the second half. Goals from Gavin Leonard and Mark McGovern along with two Nevan Higgins points and a Paddy McGinley score pushed Belcoo into a good lead and they cruised to victory in the end.
Again the Belcoo defense produced an excellent hour as they restricted Ederney to shooting under pressure, however on the stroke of half time the Ederney corner forward got in on goal but blazed wide when a goal looked like the only outcome. All in all it was another good performance in what has been an excellent start to the league campaign.
TEAM: Aidan Leonard, Ryan Leonard, Shane McAloon, Ryan McGovern, Stephen Nolan, Eoin Leonard, Shain Gallagher, Sean McNulty, Christopher Leonard, Paddy McGinley, Mark McGovern, Gavin Leonard, Ian Corrigan, Gary Maguire, Nevan Higgins. SUBS Used Declan Leonard, John Carrigan, Ciaran Conlon
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