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Saturday June 25, 2022
Home B League/Junior B Moynalvey move top of Premier Football Championship Table

Moynalvey move top of Premier Football Championship Table

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PLayer Group v Syddan 1Moynalvey had a comprehensive victory over visitors Syddan on a 4-17 to 0-9 score line in round 5 of the Division 4 Premier Football Championship at Kilmore Park Moynalvey on Sunday afternoon May 29th.

Moynalvey 4-17
Syddan 0-9

The win sees Moynalvey maintain their unbeaten run and in the process move to the top of the Division 4 Premier Football Championship table with two games still to play.

The early stages of the game saw the sides trade two points apiece in the opening seven minutes, Moynalvey’s brace coming from Shaun Dering and a Vinny Walsh free and Syddan’s coming from Michael Fedigan and Ben Blakemore.

The home side took the lead in the 9th minute with a Ciaran Harnan point, a lead they weren’t to relinquish.

Harnan’s point was followed by 1-3 from the home side, the goal coming from Vinny Walsh after receiving a brilliant low pass in from Ciaran Harnan, took his man on and buried low across the face of Syddan ‘keeper Myles Aver to the corner of the net. The three points came from Harnan, Adam Rooney and Sean Duggan, leaving it 1-6 to 0-2 with just over a quarter hour played.

Syddan full forward Patrick Farrelly split the uprights, followed by Moynalvey points from Ciaran Harnan, Conor Quinn and Charlie McCormack, leaving the score board read 1-9 to 0-3 with 23 minutes played.

Syddan added two more points before the half time whistle with a free and a converted mark from Cathal Dardis to leave them trailing the home side by seven points at half time, 1.9 to 0-5. However, they may have been closer had the uprights not denied them a couple of goal chances in the first half.

The game was over as a contest after the third quarter where a free scoring Moynalvey outscored their opponents 3-5 to 0-1 to hold a 20 point advantage fifteen minutes into the second half, 4-14 to 0-6.

Moynalvey’s third quarter 3-5 coming from Sean Duggan (0-2) who was having a better day with his left foot rather than his favoured right, a brilliantly struck point off the outside of the boot from Conor Quinn, a goal from Shaun Deering, a superbly struck ’45 from goalkeeper Chris O’Malley with plenty to spare and two goals from Ciaran Harnan, the second of which was a brilliant move of quick hand passing from Sean Duggan to Vinny Walsh to Harnan who was left with the simple task of fisting to the net. Syddan’s sole response in that third quarter was a Cathal Duff point.

Two points for the visitors by Cathal Dardis were followed by a chance of a goal from the penalty spot for Syddan but Moynalvey goalkeeper Chris O’Malley got down low to produce a brilliant penalty save to deny Syddan any green flag.

The final ten minutes saw Moynalvey add another three points from Sean Duggan, Ciaran Harnan Harnan and Vinny Walsh with Syddan tagging on another free to leave the final score line read 4-17 to 0-9.

Best for the winners were Chris O’Malley, Darren Brennan, Charlie McCormack, Conor Quinn, Sean Duggan and top scorer Ciaran Harnan.

Moynalvey team & scorers:
Chris O’Malley (1 x ’45), Eoin Corrigan, David Donoghue, Darragh Branigan, Padraig Kelly, Darren Brennan, Adam Rooney (0-1), Donal Smith, Charlie McCormack (0-1), Paul Corcoran, Ciaran Harnan (2-4), Conor Quinn (0-2), Sean Duggan (0-4), Vinny Walsh (1-3, 2f), Shaun Deering (1-1).
Subs used: Aidan Gilsenan for Branigan, Paul Conneely for Brennan, Eoghan Murphy for McCormack. 

 

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