Sean O’Mahony’s Club Notes
An extremely experienced Sean O’Mahony’s Junior team rolled back the years in the glorious sunshine in Roche on Sunday afternoon to come away with a 5 point victory. With 7 of the starting 15 over 35, many making their seasonal debuts, this was a great effort from the whole team. Roche were also missing many regulars themselves and did put up a great fight back, and kept going to the final whistle, but the lads from the Quay kept tacking on the scores. The goal came midway through the second half from a Sean Mathews shot from distance, which nestled in the top corner of the net just over the keepers reach. David Crawley was spot on from placed balls, kicking 3 in total, David Dowling powered through for 3 points from play and senior selector Gary Mulligan drove 2 between the posts. 55 year old Michael Crawley caused the biggest cheer of the day when only just on as sub, he received a quick free from his brother David before floating the ball over the bar for the final score of the afternoon.
Team & Scorers: Ronan Gaughran, Gerry Redmond, David Redmond, Fearghal McDomhnaill, Mark White, Robbie Clarke 0-1, Paul Murray 0-1, Gary Mulligan 0-2, Arnas Jurcikonis, Sean Mathews 1-1, David Dowling 0-3, David Crawley 0-3, Gerard McCormack 0-1, Paddy Byrne, Liam Byrne 0-1,
Subs used: John O’Connell 0-1, Michael Crawley Snr 0-1
The Sean O’Mahonys/Na Piarsaigh/Dowdallshill U14’s had an emphatic win over Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire in their league semi-final on the Point Road on Wednesday evening. The home side got off to flyer, with 2 early goals while their defense held the visitors at bay for long stretches. At the end of a 7 goal thriller the home side won their way through to the league final on a scoreline of 5-7 to 2-3
Team & Scorers: Daniel Shields, Emmanuel Obe, Dillon O’Neill, Harry Watters, Davy Vasialikas, Ciaran Redmond, Stephen McCormack, Scott Hearty 2-2, Tiernan Cassidy, Fionn Tipping, Cathal Bradley, Dean Peters 2-3, Jamie Fealy 1-1, Emmett O’Hanrahan, Daniel Crawley 0-1. Subs: Brian McCahill, Aaron Heaney, Ferdia Quinn, Conor Crawley.
The now play their league final next Monday in Darver against Cooley Kickhams/Cuchulainn Gaels at at 8.15.
The Club have a flag day in Dundalk this Friday, so if any of our supporters or players parents have a couple of hours to spare, we are hoping to have all volunteers out in pairs on Friday to raise much needed funds for our underage operation.