GAA | Sean O’Mahony’s GFC Club Notes

June 01st 2017

The Sean O’Mahony’s junior team had a busy week with two great wins in the Division Five League.

The first victory came against the Dreadnots last Tuesday night, the O’Mahony’s running out three-points winners, 3–15 to 2–15.

On what was a lovely warm evening, the club’s second team had its biggest turnout of the year with 25 players all looking for a game.

In a see saw encounter, the O’Mahony’s led by four points at half-time thanks to a goal shortly before the break by player manager David Dowling.

The visitors started with the first three points of the second half before a great Paddy Byrne goal put daylight between the teams again.

Two second half goals saw the Dreadnots level the tie with only minutes remaining before a fantastic long range strike into the net from Sean Mathews sealed the win for the home side.

SEAN O’MAHONY’S: Paudi McConville, Robbie Galligan, Eoin Farrell, Sean McGuinness, Robbie Clarke, Kevin Quinn, Chris O’Neill, Sean Murphy (0–1), Kyle Carroll, David Dowling (1–3), Barry Mackin (0–5), Sean Mathews (1–0), Eoin Hanratty (0–1), Paddy Byrne (1–2), Shane McKenna. Subs: Gary Mulligan, Ben McLaughlin, Benny Traynor (0–1), David Durnin, Liam McKenny (0–1), Liam Clarke (0–1), Robbie Williams.

Victory in Faughart

The O’Mahony’s followed that up with a seven-point win over Roche Emmets on Sunday afternoon.

The lads from the Quay got off to a great start and held an eight-point lead at half time, 1–8 to 0–3.

Roche held their own in the second half but a determined O’Mahony’s team came away with a seven-point victory, 1–17 to 1–10.

SEAN O’MAHONY’S: Paudi McConville, Robbie Williams, Robbie Galligan, Robbie Clarke, Chris O’Neill, Gary Mulligan, Alan Waters, Kyle Carroll, Ben McLoughlin (0–4), Johnny Connolly (0–2), David Dowling (0–3), Eoin Hanratty (0–5, 3f), Fearghal MCDonald, Paddy Byrne (1–1), Liam McKenny (0–1). Subs: Colin Finan 0–1, Gareth Morgan.

Underage News

Well done to all the U7s who took some great scores in their blitz away in Stabannon on Sunday morning and the U9s who hosted their blitz on Sunday morning and continue to improve with every outing.

On Monday evening last in Louth Village, the club’s U12 team enjoyed a good 3–3 to 1–1 win over St Mochtas in a rearranged league fixture. They play Dundalk Young Irelands this Friday, June 2nd at 7.30pm.

On the same evening the club’s junior team are out for the third time in 10 days when they host Hunterstown Rovers on the Point Road at 8pm.

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