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Thursday December 08, 2022
Home Juvenile St. Peters Dunboyne B team too strong for Moynalvey/Boardsmill in U-15 Final

St. Peters Dunboyne B team too strong for Moynalvey/Boardsmill in U-15 Final

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U 15St. Peters Dunboyne B team overcame the challenge of a Moynalvey/Boardsmill combination in the U-15 Div. 7 football league final played in Dunganny on Saturday morning 1st December.

Moynalvey/Boardsmill 3-11
St. Peters Dunboyne (B) 3-20

Despite a spirited performance, Moynalvey/Boardsmill were no match for a much slicker well drilled Dunboyne outfit.

Warming up with the bare 15, Moynalvey/Boardsmill suffered an early set back losing corner back Senan Maher to injury during the warm up, meaning the game was played 14 a side.

The village side got off to the perfect start hitting 1-1 in the opening two minutes. Points from the combination side’s Vinny Walsh and Sean Lynch halved the deficit with six minutes played.

By the time the first quarter had elapsed St. Peters had built up a 1-9 to 0-3 lead, with Moynalvey/Boardsmill’s third point coming from a Michael Brady free.

An opportunist goal from Noah O’Dea in the 17th minute kick started a revival for the Moynalvey/Boardsmill side. By the time the half time whistle came just four points separated the sides, 1-12 to 2-5, with the Moynalvey/Boardsmill second goal coming from a brilliant individual solo run from centre field by midfielder Michael Brady.

Within a minute of the restart Dunboyne raised the game’s fourth green flag when their top scorer James Dillian rattled the net of Moynalvey/Boardsmill goal keeper Jack McNally.

A Michael Brady free was followed by three Dunboyne points in a row, leaving nine between the sides, 2-15 to 2-6, at the three quarter hour mark.

Moynalvey/Boardsmill points from Brady and Colm Wall (2) reduced the deficit to six points with 10 minutes remaining.

Four quick fire St. Peters’ points without reply in a two minute period extended their advantage to an uncatchable ten points with just eight minutes remaining.

Two Vinny Walsh points were followed by a third goal for Dunboyne before Michael Brady added a late consolation penalty, leaving nine points between the sides at the full time whistle.

St. Peters Dunboyne winning margin may have been greater only for Moynalvey/Boardsmill’s goal keeper Jack McNally pulling off a series of outstanding saves throughout.

Best for the runners up were Jack McNally, Charlie McCormack, Colm Wall, Ciaran McLoughlin, Michael Brady, Vinny Walsh and Noah O’Dea.

Jack McNally, Conor Quinn, Charlie McCormack, Craig Gilsenan, Colm Wall (0-2), Ciaran McLoughlin, Michael Brady (2-3, 1p & 2f), Noah O’Dea (1-1), Vinny Walsh (0-4, 2f), Cathal Diedricks, Evan McCormack, Sean Lynch (0-1), Tadhg Cotter, Liam Deegan. 


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