Louth 1-12 Cavan 0-5
Louth under 17 Hurlers made it 3 wins from 3 in the Bank of Ireland Celtic Challenge in Mullagh last night.
From the start Louth played some excellent hurling and moved the ball with pace. Naomh Mominnes Ciaran McGlynn hit six points for the Louth boys in the opening half and a Paul McEvoy goal gave Louth an 11 point lead at the break.
Paul McEvoy and Padraig Fallon were dominant in midfield and at centre back Danny Morgan was outstanding.
Louth Team: Jack Murray (St Fechins), Eoghan O’Hora (Naomh Moninne), Evan Morgan (St Fechins), Danny Morgan (St Fechins), Ciaran Brennan (St Fechins), Padraig Fallon (Naomh Moninne) 0-2, Ryan Walsh (St Fechins) 0-1, Finn Madden (Mattock Rangers), Dan McCabe (St Fechins), Ciaran McGlynn (Naomh Moninne 0-7, Sean Kerrisk (St Fechins) 0-1, Stephen Beirth (St Fechins) 0-1, Ciaran Brennan (Knockbridge), Paul McEvoy (St Fechins) 1-0, Jack Tobin (Mattock Ragers), Cian Fitzpatrick (St Fechins), Shane McAllsiter (St Fechins), Darren Geoghegan (Naomh Moninne).
Cavan Team: Eoghan McGrath, Ross O’Gorman, Cian McEntee, Fionn Fleming, Mark Sexton, Peter Devine, Conor Masterson, Jack Barry (0-1), Jesse Holland (0-3), Conor Harten, Michael Smith, Donal O’Gorman, Conor Smith, Philip McCabe (0-1), Conor Shalvey, Ryan Gargan, Brian O’Rourke, Liam Maguire, Declan Mernagh, Conall Wallace, Patrick Larkin, Cormac Smith, Darragh Donnellan, Aaron Crowe, Cian Donoghue, Odhran Keating, David Emmo, Sean McMahon, Aaron Kenny, Donal Keappock
Referee: Michael Loftus (Armagh)
Louth’s Paul McEvoy and Cavan’ Jesse Holland picked up the Best and Fairest award after the game