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Wednesday October 21, 2020
Home Ladies Ladies record first league win of 2013

Ladies record first league win of 2013

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Moynalvey Ladies the 2012 Junior Champions recorded their first win of the year against the 2012 Intermediate Champions Duleek/Bellewstown at Moynalvey on Friday evening April 5th.

Moynalvey 0-12 Duleek/Bellewstown 2-3

In what was an excellent result for the Moynalvey ladies, it was the home side who started off very lively but with the early withdrawal of captain Tara Smith due to injury, there was a lot asked of this young side. Substitute Louise Donoghue who replaced Tara immediately stepped up to the mark with a point from play. Moynalvey kept the momentum for the rest of the half with points from Eileen Conneely and the impressive Abbey Killalea. Moynalvey finished up the half with a 4 point lead with a 0-7 to 0-3 scoreline.

Moynalvey started the second half confidently with points from Helena Dowd and Taylor Little but Duleek/Bellewstown started to claw there way back into the game when they rattled the back of the Moynalvey net. Goalie Stephanie Thompson put in a fine save from an attemped second goal but it just rolled over the goal line. They were starting to build momentum towards the final minutes but with steady goalkeeping from Stephanie Thompson and strong full back line Moynalvey held out.

Moynalvey held on to win by a narrow 3 points. It was an excellent team performance with everyone involved playing well. Best for Moynalvey was Abbey Killalea, Roisin Mallee, Louise Donghue and Aoife Weston.

Moynalvey: S Thompson, C O'Sullivan, Aideen Smith, K. Lawless, C Mallee, A Smith, T Little (0-1), E Conneely (0-4 (2f)), A Weston (0-1), A Killalea (0-1), T Smith, R Mallee, R Pender, H Dowd (0-1), K Little.
Subs: L Donoghue (0-4 (1f)) for T Smith, H Byrne for R Pender, M McCabe for H Dowd.

 

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