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Sunday December 03, 2023
Home Under 21/Minor Jenkinstown Gaels secure Semi-Final spot in U-19 C Championship

Jenkinstown Gaels secure Semi-Final spot in U-19 C Championship

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Half Time 1Jenkinstown Gaels secured a semi-final spot in the Coolrite U-19C Football Championship with a final round group victory in this re-fixed round one game against Ballivor at Kilcloon on Saturday afternoon 11th November.

Jenkinstown Gaels 3-16
Ballivor 0-7

The result means the Moynalvey/Blackhall Gaels combination side take second place in Group B of the Coolrite U-19C Football Championship and in the process secured a semi-final spot.  

The first half was a keenly contested affair with just a goal between the sides when referee Martin Ennis blew the whistle for half time, 1-5 to 0-5. Management removebg preview

Jenkinstown Gaels dominated the second half to run out comfortable 3-16 to 0-7 winners.

The game’s opening score came in the 5th minute when Jenkinstown Gaels corner forward Leon Giblin found the Ballivor net to raise the first of his side’s three green flags.

Ballivor opened their account in the 11th minute with a pointed free, with Jenkinstown midfielder Craig Gilsenan responding for the home side three minutes later.

Ballivor pointed in the 14th minute, but Jenkinstown responded with a pair of points from top scorer Liam Jennings to leave it 1-3 to 0-2 after 18 minutes.  

Then Ballivor reeled off three unanswered points to leave a point in it with twenty one minutes played, 1-3 to 0-5.

Then up stepped that man Liam Jennings to fire over a brace of points to leave Giblin’s goal between the sides’ at half time 1-5 to 0-5.

The second half was plain sailing for Jenkintown Gaels adding 2-11 to Ballivor’s two points to run out easy 3-16 to 0-7 winners.
Jenkinstown second half scorers - the game’s top scorer Liam Jennings with eight points, Craig Gilsenan with the two goals along with points for Vinny Walsh, Barry Walsh and Oz Conboy.

Jenkinstown Gaels team & scorers:
Colin Byrne, David Sheeran, Colm McIvor, David Regan, Kyle O’Malley, Conor Quinn, Barry Walsh (0-1), Craig Gilsenan (2-1), Vinny Walsh (0-1), Charlie Mulligan, Max Kennedy, Liam Jennings (0-12, 4f), Leon Giblin (1-0).
Subs used: Charlie McCormack, Cillian Kelly, Sean Gerad Walsh, Oz Conboy (0-1f), Evan Drum.


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