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Friday April 19, 2024
Home A League/Intermediate St. Michaels compound Moynalvey to second league loss

St. Michaels compound Moynalvey to second league loss

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Moynalvey suffered their second loss in the A league when going down to St. Michaels by seven points at Carlanstown on Thursday night 6th April.

St. Michaels 1-20
Moynalvey 0-16

This game essentially turned out to be a shoot-out between the game’s top scorer Shane McDonnell who accounted for fourteen points of his side’s tally; and his counterpart David McLoughlin registering ten points for his side.

Matthew Halpin opened the scoring after two minutes for the home side, with three McDonell points and a Jacob Bidzinski point giving St. Michaels a five point to no score lead after eleven minutes.

Caoimhin King’s side kicked five in a row of their own to draw the sides’ level on five points apiece at the quarter hour mark, Moynalvey’s points coming from McLoughlin (3) and Shaun Deering (2).

Vinny Walsh and Ronan Lynch traded points, with a McLoughlin free and a huge effort from Stephen Donoghue giving Moynalvey a two point lead with 26 minutes played, 0-8 to 0-6.

A brace of points from each side round off the first half scoring, St. Michaels’ two coming from Raymond Reilly and Shane McDonnell, with Moynalvey’s pair from David McLoughlin and Darren Brennan to leave the half time score board read 0-10 to 0-8 in favour of Moynalvey.

Two minutes after the restart Moynalvey doubled their advantage to four points with a Shaun Deering point and a McLoughlin point blazed over from close range, which should really have been in the back of the net after good build up play by Padraic Harnan.

That missed goal opportunity proved pivotal from a Moynalvey perspective as St. Michaels replied with 1-1 in the next two minutes to draw the sides level, 0-12 to 1-9.

In fact, St. Michaels dominated the third quarter, outscoring Moynalvey by 1-9 to 0-1 between the 3rd and 23rd minutes of the second half, Moynalvey’s solitary point in that time coming from David McLoughlin.

By the time McLoughlin hit his eight point of the evening, the home side had built up a six point lead, 1-17 to 0-14 with 55 minutes played.

McLoughlin and Shane McDonnell traded a brace of points each, with a further point for the home side rounding off the scoring for a seven point St. Michaels win to maintain their unbeaten start to the A league.

Moynalvey team & scorers:
Conor Egan, Cillian Kelly, Fearghal McCabe, Darragh Branigan, Cathal McCabe, Paul Corcoran, Conor Quinn, Donal Smith, Eoin Corrigan, Vinny Walsh (0-1), Padraic Harnan, Darren Brennan (0-1), Shaun Deering (0-3), David McLoughlin (0-10, 4f), Stephen Donoghue (0-1).
Subs used: Eoghan Commins for Quinn, Kyle O’Malley for Kelly.


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