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Tuesday April 07, 2020
Home A League/Senior Feis Cup finishes with second win from three outings

Feis Cup finishes with second win from three outings

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Moynalvey rounded off their Feis Cup campaign with a second win from three outings when overcoming visitors Seneschalstown on a 2-6 to 1-8 score line at Moynalvey on Saturday afternoon February 8th.

Moynalvey 2-6
Seneschalstown 1-8

Despite trailing Seneschalstown for the majority of the game, a late Stephen Donoghue goal nicked a one point win for Moynalvey.

In truth with the chances created Moynalvey should have been more comfortable winners, finishing with a double digits wide tally and guilty of dropping several balls short into Seneschalstown goalkeeper David Gordon's arms.

With the early stages of storm Ciara stirring, scores were always going to be hard to come by in the windy conditions.

Moynalvey's Robert Lawless had an early goal chance well smothered by Senechalstown goalkeeper David Gordon, but it was Seneschalstown who opened the scoring in the 2nd minute from their top scorer Cathal Finnegan, their advantage was doubled two minutes later when Eoin Finnegan pointed before David McLoughlin opened the home side's account in the 7th minute.

James Weldon drew the sides’ level in the 8th minute before a pair of Cathal Finnegan points gave Seneschalstown the lead again.

David McLoughlin and Cathal Finnegan traded scores before the game's first goal came in the 21st minute. A Darren Brennan point attempt hung up in the wind and was fielded by James Weldon who fed the incoming Ciaran Harnan who poked home from close range to give the Moynalvey the lead for the first of only two times in the game, 1-3 to 0-5.

Cathal Finnegan produced a stunning shot to the top corner of the Moynalvey net to give Seneschalstown the lead again. Moynalvey replied through David McLoughlin, with Seneschalstown adding another point before the half time whistle, leaving it 1-6 to 1-4 in favour of the visitors at the break.

As the wind picked up and conditions became trickier, second half scores were at a premium, just five in total.

McLoughlin and Finnegan once again traded frees, however a lull ensued until the next score in the 17th minute, a McLoughlin free with Finnegan once again replying for the visitors leaving it 1-8 to 1-5 to Seneschalstown with nine minutes remaining.

A well worked patient team move saw Stephen Donoghue rifle to the roof of David Gordon's net from an acute angle in the 27th minute to give Moynalvey a one point win.

Moynalvey Team & Scorers:
Chris O'Malley, William Mahady, Brian Harnan, Cathal McCabe, Darren Brennan, Robert Lawless, David Donoghue, Donal Smith, Stephen Donoghue (1-0), Sean Duggan, David Reilly, Ciaran Harnan (1-0), James Weldon (0-1), David McLoughlin (0-5, 3f), Shaun Deering.
Subs used: Conor Shirren for C. Harnan, Padraig Kelly for Duggan, Evan Clarke for Deering, Eoin Corrigan for Weldon.

 

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