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U14's Boys Ease Past Aughadrumsee
Jun. 8, 2011
U14s: Belcoo 3-12 v 1-4 Aughadrumsee
This game was played at a very windy Belcoo on Wednesday 8th June 2011. Belcoo needed to win to keep a league final appearance in 2011 a reality while Aughdrumsee needed to win to book themselves a final spot. Belcoo lost the toss but played with a very strong wind advantage in the first half and despite a slow and nervous start which only yielded 3points in the opening quarter, those points coming from Brain Furey, Matthew & Conor McAloon, Belcoo did finish the half strongly.
Over the final 15minutes of the opening half Belcoo took complete control and got 2 goals from the midfield partnership of Brian Furey and Matthew McAloon. Belcoo continued with 6 further unanswered points from Daniel Corrigan, Matthew McAloon (4) and Conor McAloon. This left Belcoo in a commanding lead. Aughadrumsee could not manage a score in the first half but this in truth was primarily down to the wind factor. The half time score was Belcoo 2-9 Aughdrumsee 0-0.
The Belcoo lads expected an Aughdrumsee revival in the 2nd half and they were not to be disappointed. Aughdrumsee took advantage of the strong wind and scored a goal and 4 points in the early stages but the Belcoo lads regrouped and scored a goal and a point from the boot of Matthew McAloon and further points from Michael Doherty and Brian Furey helped Belcoo run out comfortable winners in the end.
Team: James McAloon, Daniel Corrigan (0-1), Gary Doherty, Eoin Shiels, Aaron McTernan, Matthew McAloon (2-6), Brian Furey (1-2) James Gillespie, Daire Keaney, Michael Doherty (0-1), Andrew Ferguson, Michael McGourty, Conor McAloon (0-2), Micheal O'Cofaigh, Ciaran Flanagan,Shane Doherty, Gerard McHugh, Colm Furey & Jonathan Stewart (injured)
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