St Martin’s 3-8 Galmoy/Windgap 3-7
A CLOSE game all through ended with St Martin’s edging to victory over Galmoy/Windgap in this under-16 Roinn B hurling league clash in Galmoy on Thursday.
The sides were evenly matched but in Jason Shore at full-back, Martin’s had the most impressive player on view. Not once during this hour was he beaten in the air and, with his ciotóg style, his deliveries were very influential on the outcome. Eoin Murphy too did well for the winners, while Niall Walsh tried hard for the opposition.
Last gasp goal from Moore earns Dunna’ share of spoils
St Martin’s1-17 Dunnamaggin2-14
THE thoughts of many people had already switched to the impending Champions League final when John Maher easily slotted over the bar a 21metre free with 10 minutes to go to put St Martin’s (Muckalee)1-14 to 0-10 ahead after the Notherners had played all good hurling in this senior league clash on Saturday.
Centre forward Cathal Kenny turned in an outstanding performance, to help Barrow Rangers win this J J Kavanagh and Sons under 21 B North Title, following a titanic struggle with a fully committed St Martin’s side at well appointed Bennettsbridge on Saturday last. In the end it took extra time to decide the outcome as the sides finished 0 – 12 to 1 – 9 at the end of normal time ...