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Killanny Notes

April 21st, 2016

Intermediate League
Emyvale 9p
Cill Eanna 16p
We made the long trip to Emyvale on Sunday last  and got full value for our money with a splendid display by our boys and full points in the bag. We led from start to finish   in this game with some great defending by our backs and midfielders  and our forwards  remained calm in front of goals to score 16 points.
Inniskeen 2g 11p
Cill Eanna 3g 9p
In this very entertaining game played in Grattan Park on Tuesday last it was Inniskeen that got off to a flying start with 1goal and 4points on the board in six minutes before Sean Finn added Cill Eanna first point and Eddie Walsh scored four points and Inniskeen replied with 1g 1p to leave the half time score of 2g 6p to 5p. At the restart Inniskeen were first to react with 3 points and they looked home and dry before Ed Walsh added 1g 2p followed by a Conor Mathers goal midway through second half. Sean Finn and Cillian Collins added two more points. Conor Grimes goaled to put us ahead and Inniskeen replied with two points but we held out for a slender win on a scoreline of 3g 9p to 2g 11p. Well done lads
Aodhan Mc Connon Callum Murray Ciaran Guinan Ciaran Mc Connon Conor Grimes Conor Mathers Conor O Callaghan Danny Leegan Darragh Markey Darren Leegan Dean Connolly Eddie Walsh Josh Martin Kian Duffy Killian Collins Ronan Grimes Sean Finn Shane Finnegan Tommy Byrne 

UNDER 16: Our U16 team were narrowly defeated by a strong Emyvale team on Thursday last in Killanny in what was a game of two halves by Killanny. We were slow to settle into the game and missed two relatively easy frees to get some points on the board. Emyvale on the other hand, settled well and took their scores and headed in at half time with a commanding lead of 1-8 to 0-3 . In fairness to our lads they came out in the second half a much more positive outfit and began to claw themselves back into the game. They were much more hardworking, showed good team spirit and made better use of the ball and this was reflected in the final scoreline of Killanny 2-8 Emyvale 2-11. The lads were disappointed with the narrow loss but they can take a lot of positives from it as they head into their next match on Thursday 21st April away to Latton . Best of luck lads!

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