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SENIORS: Teemore 0-12 Belcoo 0-16

Box Score

Jul. 17, 2010

Belcoo returned to winning ways on Saturday evening following a 4 point success over Teemore. Belcoo's Niall McGovern opened the scoring before Stanley Curry kicked a number of placed balls to open up a good lead for the home side. Brian Cox pointed for Belcoo and wing half forward Robbie Kernan added a score for Teemore who found themselves 0-6 to 0-2 in front midway through the half.

However the last 15minutes of the first half belonged to Belcoo as they registered six points without reply to go in at the break leading 0-8 to 0-6. Sean McNulty, Kieran Leonard (2), John Carrigan, Brian Cox and Ciarán Flaherty were all among the points in this period for the league leaders.

The second half started with two quick scores for Teemore as they got themselves level. Both sides registered two more scores each to leave it 0-10 to 0-10 with only fifteen minutes remaining. Two John Carrigan frees and two Ciarán Flaherty frees established a lead for Belcoo before Teemore reduced the deficit to just two points. Jonathan Feeley came of the bench to score before Ciarán Flaherty finished a good move with his fourth score of the match to put four betwween the sides.

Stan Curry had a great opportunity in the dying seconds to snatch a goal for Teemore but he screwed his shot wide when well placed. Martin Higgins blew the full time whistle soon after and Belcoo returned home the winners by 0-16 to 0-12.

TEAM: James McGrath, Ryan Leonard, Mark McGovern, Emmet Scollan, Declan Leonard, Niall McGovern (0-1), Ryan Dolan, Sean McNulty (0-1), John Carrigan (0-4), Paul McGrath, Ciarán Flaherty (0-4), Kieran Leonard (0-2), Ronan Ferguson, Brian Cox (0-2), Christopher Leonard. SUBS Used Jonathan Feeley (0-2) and Gavin Leonard




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