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Monday August 19, 2019
Home A League/Senior Poor League form continues with Na Fianna defeat

Poor League form continues with Na Fianna defeat

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Na Fianna overcame Moynalvey by three points in this Div. 1 A League round 10 game played at Kilmore Park Moynalvey on Wednesday evening May 22nd.

Moynalvey 2-7
Na Fianna 2-10


Moynalvey’s poor run in the A League continued when suffering their ninth loss from ten outings leaving them rooted to the bottom of the Div. 1 table.

Leading by six at half time Na Fianna’s full-time winning margin would have been the same but for a late consolation goal from the penalty spot for Moynalvey with the last play of the game.

Na Fianna’s Conor Downey opened the scoring in the first minute, with Moynalvey’s first score coming three minutes later when Shane Lenehan finished a good team move to the back of Shane Geraghty’s net.
However, Na Fianna responded immediately with a goal of their own from full forward Shane Walsh two minutes later, leaving it 1-1 to 1-0.

David Donoghue pointed for Moynalvey in the 13th minute which was followed seven minutes later by a David McLoughlin point which saw Moynalvey take the lead for the first and only time.

A Shane Walsh point followed immediately by a goal as a result of a poor kickout left the home side in arrears again, 2-2 to 1-2. Na Fianna points from Jack McNally and Shane Walsh either side of a David McLoughlin point left it 2-4 to 1-3 in favour of the visitors after 24 minutes.

Two late first half scores from Conor Downey and a Shane Walsh free put Na Fianna six points up at half time, 2-6 to 1-3.

Two minutes after the restart Moynalvey full forward Mark O’Sullivan split the posts to narrow the deficit to five. Come the 10th minute of the half Moynalvey had the margin between the sides down to a goal, 2-6 to 1-6, following points from David McLoughlin and O’Sullivan.

A chance of narrowing the deficit further went a begging in the 42nd minute when a Shane Lenehan goal attempt from an acute angle went wide of substitute goalie Sean Coyle’s posts. This seemed to deflate any come back from the home side as Dudley Farrell’s charges outscored them four points to none between this point and the 58th minute.

Late consolation scores from a Mark O’Sullivan free and David McLoughlin penalty saw the full-time score read 2-10 to 2-7 in favour of Na Fianna.

Moynalvey:
Ray Ryan, Conor Harnan, Robert Lawless, Darragh Branigan, Darren Brennan, Fearghal McCabe, William Mahady, Stephen Donoghue, Donal Smith, David Donoghue (0-1), David McLoughlin (1-3, 1p & 1f), Padraig Kelly, Sean Duggan, Mark O’Sullivan
(0-3, 3f), Shane Lenehan (1-0).
Subs used: Brian Harnan for Mahady, Shaun Deering for Kelly. 

 

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