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Donaghmoyne and Clann na nGael win U-14 FC titles

April 30th, 2016

Gerry’s Prepared Veg. Under-14 Football Championship Division One Final

Donaghmoyne 6-6 Latton 0-3


Donaghmoyne won their first U-14 FC Division One title with this comfortable win over Latton in the final at Blackhill last Saturday. A well-balanced Donaghmoyne team impressed in every sector of the pitch as they proved far too clinical for a Latton side who enjoyed plenty of possession, but couldn’t make it count, despite the best efforts of the likes of Eoin Duffy and Shane Slevin. Joshua Wilson, Gerry Finnegan, Liam McDonald and Ben Lynch combined to account for all but one of Donaghmoyne’s scores as they booked their ticket to Féile Peil na nÓg, which will be played in Kerry, Cork and Limerick on the last weekend in June.

Goals by Gerry Finnegan (two), Joshua Wilson and Liam McDonald had 4-5 to 0-1 up at half-time and they found the net another couple of times through Wilson and Christopher Cunningham.


Donaghmoyne: N Egan; G McSkeane, D Kerley, C Finnegan; D Flanagan, JP Meegan (Joint Capt.), S McGinnity; C Cunningham (1-0, pen), D Markey (Joint Capt.); K Finnegan, J Wilson (2-2), B Lynch (0-2); D Courtney, L McDonald (1-2, 0-1f), G Finnegan (2-0).

Subs used: B Keenan, L Markey, E McEnaney, M Marron, L Martin, D Watters.


Latton: J Roe; C Hughes, J Hughes, J McGorman; J Slevin, T McPhillips, M Coyle; E Duffy (0-1f), S Slevin (Joint Capt., 0-2, 1f); C Hughes, D Dempsey (Joint Capt.), R Duffy; N Cassidy, K Fitzpatrick, T Winters.

Subs used: E Coyle, A Duffy, T Fitzpatrick, M Weldon.


Referee: A Mullen (Scotstown).


Gerry’s Prepared Veg. Under-14 Football Championship Division Two Final

Clann na nGael 2-15 Scotstown 1-4


Clann na nGael also won the U-14 FC Division Two in convincing fashion with this win over Scotstown. The Toome and Oram amalgamation led almost from start to finish, despite playing against the wind in the first half, as they claimed the title. Patrick McMahon and Jason Irwin hit 1-13 between them for Clann na nGael, who also had Conor McKernan, Andrew Connolly and Seán Callan to the fore.

1-1 by Jason Irwin got Clann na nGael off to a flying start  and although a Ben Sherlock goal briefly swung it in favour of Scotstown, a Conor Hamilton major helped the winners lead by 2-5 to 1-3 at half-time.

A string of points after the restart from Irwin, Patrick McMahon and Andrew Connolly stretched the amalgamated team’s lead as they secured their place at Féile.


Clann na nGael: C Watters; S Callan (Joint Capt.), O McEneaney; J McMahon, C McKernan, T McMahon; E Gorman, A Connolly (0-2); L Murphy, P McMahon (0-8, 2f, 1 ’45), C McDonnell; J Irwin (Joint Capt., 1-5), C Hamilton (1-0).

Subs: P McGinn, S McCooey, F McCabe, Ci McBride, L Óg Mulligan, T McMahon.


Scotstown: S Murray; S Treanor, K McKenna (Joint Capt., 0-1); C McQuaid, D Foley, M McPhillips; D Tolan (0-2), T Moyna (Joint Capt.); D Treanor, D Murray, B Sherlock (1-0); C Caulfield (0-1f), M Connolly.


Referee: J Kelly (Doohamlet).


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