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Connaught Gold Cup Rd 1

By admin

Claremorriss 5 Killala 2

Once again Killala shot out of the blocks and went in front courtesy of a Rory Gallagher chipped goal but as the half took shape the Premier division leaders showed why they are Super League bound and took control of proceedings and had the visitors 4-1 down by half time. Killala , however , were unfortunate to be in this position as the defense were missing 3 of its regulars and it showed as the home side capitalised with 4 set piece strikes. Killala got to grips with the game in the second period and a rejigged midfield stemmed the flow and a Marc McDonnell headed goal put them back in it at 4-2. Alan Murphy and Johnny McNulty both had chances to narrow the margin and then it would have been interesting to see how it went as Claremorris were begining to get uneasy. A fifth goal in injury time though put the gloss on it for the winners who were well worth their win. Killala wont despair though and they can take more positives than negatives out of this clash which gave managers Mark & Johnny a chance to look at different players for the heavy league programme ahead. Team. Kevin Murray, Conor O’Boyle, Kevin Whyte, Aidan Ferguson, David Cadden, Marc McDonnell, Ian O’Boyle, Alan Murphy, John Clarke, Johnny McNulty Rory Gallagher Subs David Lowther Brendan McNulty

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U12 Boys Div 3

By tdomf_d782a

Killala 4 Bangor Hibs 3

The under 12 Boys recorded their first win of the season with a gutsy and well deserved 4-3 win. Goals from Dominic Sweeney, Dominic Dempsey, Darren Collins and an own goal saw them come back from trailing 1-2 at halftime. Killala trailed to an early goal before a Dominic Sweeney equalizer, Bangor scored another shortly before halftime. In the 2nd half Killala got three quick goals from Dominic Dempsey, Darren Collins and an own goal from some sustained pressure. Bangor piled forward in the final 10 minutes and pulled a goal back but Killala hung on well to secure the points.

Under 12 Boys team.

Craig McCormack, Joe Joe Gilvarry, Cian McHale, Conor Mooney, Paraig O’Donnel, Caelan Doris, Dominic Sweeney, Darren Collins, James Togher, Dylan Golden,
Rory  McGuire , Dominic Dempsey, Fin Lacey, Danie Walshe  Conor Joyce, Alan Coultry.

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