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Saturday December 15, 2018
Home A League/Senior High flying Skryne brush aside Moynalvey

High flying Skryne brush aside Moynalvey

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Home side Skryne had an emphatic win over visitors Moynalvey in this Div. 1 A League Round 3 tie played under lights at Skryne on Friday night 9th February. 

Skryne 2-26 
Moynalvey 1-6

Having picked up two points last weekend against St. Colmcilles, Moynalvey were brought swiftly back down to earth with this demolition by high flying Skryne, who remain unbeaten after 3 rounds. 

From the off Skryne set the pace, racing into a 0-8 to no score lead after just 10 minutes, setting the tone for the game. 

James Weldon accounted for Moynalvey’s first score in the 12th minute and by the time Weldon accounted for his sides’ second score in the 20th minute, Moynalvey were 0-13 to 0-2 in arrears. 

An Eamon Walsh point and another from full back Darren Brennan was all Moynalvey could muster up in response to the home side’s free flowing scoring efficiency, which saw the two points on offer secured by Skryne before half time, holding a huge 0-16 to 0-4 point lead at the break. 

The Skryne bandwagon rolled on in the second half, with former county player & full forward Paddy O’Rourke continuing with his rich vein of scoring form. 

Two second half points from Darren Brennan and David McLoughlin along with a James Weldon penalty in reply to Skryne’s second half tally of 2-10 left the full time score reading 2-26 to 1-6.

Having just avoided being dragged into a league relegation battle last year, another tough league campaign looks to be on the cards this year for Moynalvey. Next up for Moynalvey is Donaghmore/Ashbourne. 

Moynalvey: Conor Egan, Brian O’Reilly, Darren Brennan (0-2), Conor Harnan, Shane Lenehan, Stephen Donoghue, Eamon Walsh (0-1), Donal Smith, Adam Murphy, Fearghal McCabe, Ciaran Ennis, Conor Shirren, Sean Duggan, James Weldon (1-2, 1p, 1f), David McLoughlin (0-1). 
Subs used: Dan Treacy for Harnan, Ray Ryan for Ennis, Scott Tuite for McCabe, Shaun Deering for Shirren.

 

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