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Sunday May 29, 2022
Home A League/Senior First League point picked up against Dunderry

First League point picked up against Dunderry

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Moynalvey Group v Dunderry 1Moynalvey picked up their first point of the 2022 Div. 1B A league campaign with a 1-8 to 1-8 draw away to Dunderry on Tuesday night 19th April.

Dunderry 1-8
Moynalvey 1-8

Dunderry remain unbeaten thanks to a gritty performance which saw them reel in a six-point second half deficit with the equalizing score coming with the last play of the game in the seventh minute of added time, having trailed Moynalvey for the duration of the game until then.

Having dominated for most of the game and led from start to the final play, Moynalvey will have mixed emotions leaving Dunderry, disappointed not to take the two points on offer but at the same time getting their first point onto the league table.

The game started on a high for Moynalvey welcoming back Anthony Forde to the maroon and white jersey for the first time in three and a half years following his time in Canada. Having landed into the country just a couple of days earlier it was straight in from the start to his familiar wing back spot for the talented Forde.

However, having gained Forde back, Moynalvey will now have to assess the fitness of veteran midfielder Stephen Donoghue who left the field in a bad way with a serious leg injury in the 50th minute.

The game’s scoring started when Ciaran Harnan struck to fire a goal to the back of Dunderry goalkeeper Sean Brennan’s net in the 5th minute. David McLoughlin followed up with a free in the 8th minute to leave it 1-1 to 0-0 to the visitors.

A Stephen Coogan free opened the home side’s account in the 11th minute, seven minutes later Conor Farrell added another making it double scores 1-1 to 0-2, with what would prove to be Dunderry’s last score of the half.

A David McLoughlin goal chance fired at Dunderry ‘keeper Sean Brennan who tipped over the cross bar for a point and a free from Ciaran Harnan after McLoughlin was fouled left four between the sides at half time, 1-3 to 0-2.

Two points within five minutes of the restart from McLoughlin and Vinny Walsh extended Moynalvey’s advantage out to six points, 1-5 to 0-2.

A Stephen Coogan free was countered by a William Harnan point following Anthony Forde winning a poor kickout, with further Dunderry points from Alex Walsh and Stephen Coogan leaving the score 1-6 to 0-5 with 43 minutes played. Soon afterwards the game was interrupted with Stephen Donoghue’s injury following an awkward landing.

Upon the resumption Moynalvey’s Vinny Walsh and Dunderry’s Conor Sheridan traded points to leave it 1-7 to 0-6 with 52 minutes played.

A David McLoughlin free in the 58th minute put five between the sides and looked like Moynalvey were on their way to picking up their first win and two points of the campaign.

However, with additional time still to be added due to Donoghue’s injury and substitutions, Dunderry never gave up the fight and deep deep into the added time reeled off 1-2 in the space of three minutes in the 3rd, 4th and 7th minutes of added time to take a share of the spoils, 1-8 apiece.

Both sides finished with fourteen men following the dismissal of Dunderry’s Sean Traynor upon a second bookable offence and the black carding of Moynalvey’s goalkeeper Ray Ryan.

Best for Moynalvey were Conor Hanran, Charlie McCormack, Anthony Forde and Stephen Donoghue. 
 
Moynalvey team & scorers:
Ray Ryan, Charlie McCormack, Conor Harnan, Darragh Branigan, Fearghal McCabe, Darren Brennan, Anthony Forde, Donal Smith, Stephen Donoghue, Brian O’Reilly, Ciaran Harnan (1-1, 1f), Sean Duggan, David McLoughlin (0-4, 3f), William Harnan (0-1), Vinny Walsh (0-2).
Subs used: Conor Quinn for Donoghue, Conor Egan for McCormack, Adam Rooney for Branigan. 

 

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