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Saturday September 19, 2020
Home B League/Junior B Moynalvey tops in high scoring B league encounter with neighbours

Moynalvey tops in high scoring B league encounter with neighbours

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Moynalvey came out on top in this high scoring entertaining game of B League football in this clash of neighbours played at Kilcloon on Monday evening 17th July. 

Blackhall Gaels 3-11 Moynalvey 2-18  

While the home side struggled to raise white flags in the opening period they had no problem raising green ones, raising three in the opening half. In fact the first score of the game was a green flag, as Blackhall midfielder Mark Ferris converted an early penalty. Moynalvey points from James O'Neill, Shane McGann and Adam Murphy drew the sides level after seven minutes. 
A James O'Neill point put Moynalvey ahead for the first time, before a second Blackhall goal arrived in the 12th minute. Two more Blackhall points left them 2-2 to 0-4 to the good at the quarter hour mark. 
The two James', O'Neill and Weldon pointed either side of a Mark Ferris free to leave Moynalvey three points adrift of the home side after 19 minutes. Then Blackhall struck for their third goal to extend their advantage to double scores, 3-3 to 0-6. 
Moynalvey staged a late second half comeback with points from James O'Neill, James Weldon and Brian Conneely along with a superbly struck goal from county hurling goalkeeper Shane McGann to leave the sides tied 3-3 to 1-9 at half time. 
Just as did at the start of the game, Blackhall built up an early second half three point lead. However the visitors out scored their opponents 1-7 to 0-1 between the 36th and 53rd minutes. James O'Neill accounted for three of the points, Shaun Deering another, while substitutes Sean Duggan (2) and Stephen Cummins accounting for the others, with the goal being finished by full forward James Weldon, leaving the score reading 2-16 to 3-7 after 53 minutes. 
Having scored the late winner against Trim last week it was Adam Murphy who once again had the last say here, pointing a late brace to round off a second half tour de force display from him to help his side to a four point victory on a 2-18 to 3-11 score line. 
Moynalvey: Ray Ryan, Scott Tuite, Padraig Donoghue, David Kane, Conor Shirren, Anthony Brien, Darragh Branigan, Brian Conneely (0-1), Padraig Kelly, Brian Regan, James O'Neill (0-7, 4f), Shane McGann (1-1), Adam Murphy (0-3), James Weldon (1-2), Shaun Deering (0-1). 
Subs used: Sean Duggan (0-2) for Regan, Stephen Cummins (0-1) for Conneely, Brian O'Reilly for Kane, Shane Browne for Deering.

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