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Good Luck Declan!

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Best of luck to Declan Traynor and his London teamates in their Connaught Semi Final replay on Sunday v Letrim.Throw in is 3.40 in Hyde Park Roscommon.

 

Div 4 A league result: Curraha 2-7 Moylagh 1-12

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Moylagh outscored Curraha in this entertaining A league clash to rack up well deserved away win.
Despite playing against the wind in the first half Moylagh were just ahead at the interval by 1-5 to 1-4. This was thanks to 1-3 from Willie McGrath and a point each from Colm Fanning and Ciaran Hannon.
Aided by the elements in the second half Moylagh kept the scoreboard ticking over throughout and despite going behind to a Curraha goal with around ten minutes remaining were able to find enough scores to see them emerge victorious. 3 points from Tommy O’Reilly and a rare score from corner back Kevin Foley to snatch the lead back for Moylagh were the highlights of the half with Danny O’Growney, Ciaran Hannon and Willie McGrath also chipping in with points.
Best for Moylagh were top scorer Willie McGrath & Carl Clinton in attack Danny O’Growney in midfield and Tommy O’Reilly in defence
Moylagh team: Niall McNeilis; Kevin Foley; Aaron Hand; Keith O’Reilly; Paddy Grall; Peter Fox; Tommy O’Reilly; Colm Fanning; Danny O’Growney; Sean Martin; Carl Clinton; Ciaran Hannon; Eanna Brody; Aengus Fanning; Willie McGrath;
Subs: Maurice Quinn for Aaron Hand; Niall McAlarney for Ciaran Hannon; Sean Peyton for Maurice Quinn; Daire Flood for Aengus Fanning
Scorers: Willie McGrath 1-4; Tommy O’Reilly 0-3; Ciaran Hannon 0-2; Kevin Foley 0-1; Colm Fanning 0-1; Danny O’Growney 0-1

 

Dunsany Goals thwart Moylagh in JFC rd 1.

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Venue: Trim
Result: Moylagh 0-11 Dunsany 3-05
3 opportunist goals by Dunsany were the difference in this hard fought Junior Championship first round clash in Trim.
Playing against the wind in the first half Moylagh showed well racking up 6 points to Dunsany’s 1. However a goal mid-way through the half kept Dunsany in touch with the half time score of Moylagh 0-6 to Dunsany 1-1.
Moylagh suffered a blow early in the half as Eamon Boyle was shown a red card in spite of this they reacted well and raced into a 5 point lead with about 15 minutes to go. However Dunsany began to turn the tables and a second goal coupled with the man advantage saw them draw level in the closing minutes. A superb penalty save from Niall McNeilis looked to have given Moylagh a lift in the closing moments but Dunsany had the last say as they struck with a third and decisive goal late on to see them home by three points.
Despite the loss Moylagh put in a good team performance and can build on this for later in season. Best for Moylagh were Peter Fox; Danny O’Growney and Willie McGrath
Final score: Moylagh 0-11 Dunsany 3-05
Team: Niall McNeilis; Kevin Foley; Shane Brody; Shane Grall; Paddy Grall; Peter Fox; Eamon Boyle; Danny O’Growney; Colm Fanning; Niall McAlarney; Tommy O’Reilly; Sean Martin; Willie McGrath; Aengus Fanning; Eanna Brody;
Subs: Aaron Hand for Shane Brody; Carl Clinton for Sean Martin; Mickey Corrigan for Aengus Fanning
Scorers: Willie McGrath 0-5; Tommy O’Reilly 0-2; Niall McAlarney 0-2; Colm Fanning 0-1; Aengus Fanning 0-1

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 April 2013 20:12
 

Moylagh overpower Curraha - Div 5 B league Match Report.

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Venue: Moylagh
Result: Moylagh 3-11  Curraha 1-5
An impressive display from Moylagh saw them record a decisive victory over Curraha and get their first win of the B league campaign.
Playing with a wind advantage in the first half Moylagh appeared to have opened up a sizeable lead thanks to a goal from Eanna Brody however Curraha remained in touch thanks to a goal towards the end of the half leaving only 3 points between the sides at the break on a scoreline of Moylagh 1-6 Curraha 1-3.
The Moylagh defence soaked up an early onslaught from Curraha in the second half giving away no scores in the process. After this Moylagh regained the ascendancy in the contest and found their scoring boots to record a number of well worked scores including 2 goals from Ciaran Hannon. Curraha rallied late on to record 2 consolation points but the result was beyond doubt at that stage. The final score was Moylagh 3-11 Curraha 1-5
Best for Moylagh were Paddy Grall and Sean Peyton in defence; Eanna Brody and Daire Flood who chipped in with scores off both feet.
Moylagh Team: Niall McNeilis; Evan Grall; Sean Peyton; Ciaran Foley; Paddy Grall; Kevin Foley; Keith O’Reilly; Shane Brody; Brian Farrelly; Carl Clinton; Daire Flood; Eanna Brody; Ciaran Hannon
Subs: Sean Martin for Brian Farrelly; Colm Fanning for Eanna Brody; Declan Flood for Carl Clinton
Scorers: Eanna Brody 1-4; Ciaran Hannon 2-1; Daire Flood 0-3; Carl Clinton 0-1; Colm Fanning 0-1; Paddy Grall 0-1
Note: Game was played as 13 a-side.

 

Moylagh vs Kilmainham JFC rd 2

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Venue: Drumbaragh
Final Score: Moylagh 0-05 Kilmainham 0-10
Notwithstanding the trying conditions on this wet and windy evening in Drumbaragh both teams served up a tense and exciting game.
After a tightly contested first half there was little to choose between the teams with Kilmainham 2 points ahead at the break. Kilmainham threatened to open up a sizeable gap at times but 2 frees from Willie McGrath and points from brothers Colm & Aengus Fanning kept Moylagh in touch. In spite of this good work Moylagh were reduced to 14 men for consecutive Championship games as Danny O’Growney was harshly sent off for a second yellow card just before the break.
Despite the being a man down Moylagh managed to create numerous opportunities in the second half but the vital scores eluded them. In what proved to be a low scoring second period Kilmainham registered 4 points to Peter Fox’s sole point for Moylagh and this proved enough to see them home.
Best for Moylagh were Tommy O’Reilly; Colm Fanning and Willie McGrath.
Team: Niall McNeilis; Shane Grall; Aaron Hand; Kevin Foley; Paddy Grall; Peter Fox; Tommy O’Reilly; Danny O’Growney; Colm Fanning; Niall McAlarney; Aengus Fanning; Sean Martin; Eanna Brody; Shane Brody; Willie McGrath
Subs: Michael Corrigan for Shane Brody; Maurice Quinn for Niall McAlarney
Moylagh Scorers: Willie McGrath 0-02; Colm Fanning 0-01; Aengus Fanning 0-01; Peter Fox 0-01.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 03 May 2013 20:49
 

Moylagh v St.Mary's Mens Football Div 4 A-league

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Venue: Moylagh
Result: Moylagh 2-10 St.Mary’s 0-09
An early second half goal blitz saw Moylagh home in this Division 4 A league contest on a chilly spring evening in Moylagh.
Moylagh were perhaps the slightly better side in the first half but the contest was still very much up for grabs at half time on a score line of Moylagh 0-05 to St.Mary’s 0-04.
Moylagh emerged after the break with all guns blazing and effectively ended the game as a contest within the opening 10 minutes of the half. Goals from Tommy O’Reilly and Aengus Fanning saw the home side racing into a 2-7 to 0-04 lead before the Donore side registered their opening side of the half. St.Mary’s rallied late on to close the gap somewhat  but the home side never looked in danger. The game finishing up on a score line of Moylagh 2-10 to Donore 0-09
Best for Moylagh in a good team performance were Colm Fanning in midfield; Peter Fox at the back and Sean Martin and Niall McAlarney in attack
Team: Niall McNeilis; Sean Peyton; Peter Fox; Evan Grall; Keith O’Reilly; Shane Grall; Paddy Grall ; Colm Fanning; Tommy O’Reilly; Sean Martin; Danny O’Growney; Shane Brody ; Eanna Brody; Aengus Fanning; Willie McGrath;
Subs: Niall McAlarney for Paddy Grall; Ciaran Hannon for Sean Peyton; Carl Clinton for Keith O’Reilly; Daire Flood for Eanna Brody
Scorers: Aengus Fanning 1-1; Tommy O’Reilly 1-1; Willie McGrath 0-3; Niall McAlarney 0-3; Colm Fanning 0-1; Danny O’Growney 0-1

 

AFL Div 4: Dunsany v Moylagh match report

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Dunsany and Moylagh Share the spoils.
Full time score: Dunsany 1-8 to Moylagh 2-5
The blustery and wet conditions in Dunsany contributed to a contest that lived up to the clichéd game of two halves on Saturday afternoon.
Aided by the elements in the first half Moylagh raced into a 2-2 to 0-0 lead thanks to 1-2 from Willie McGrath and another goal from Aengus Fanning. Dunsany stemmed the tide mid-way through the half; striking back with 1-2 of their own. However Moylagh once again gained ascendancy in the lead up to the interval with 2 points from Eanna Brody leaving the half-time score at Dunsany 1-2; Moylagh 2-4
The tables were turned in the second half with Dunsany putting Moylagh under the cosh for long periods of the half. 6 unanswered points from the home side left them a point to the good as the game entered its closing stages. Moylagh dug deep however and a Willie McGrath point levelled the sides with about 5 minutes remaining. Both sides had chances late on to snatch victory however the game ended level at Dunsany 1-8 to Moylagh 2-5. Overall a fair result for both teams that whets the appetite for their first round Junior Championship clash in around a months time.
Best for Moylagh were the full forward line of Willie McGrath Aengus Fanning and Eanna Brody who did all of the team’s scoring and Shane Grall and Peter Fox at the back
Moylagh team: Niall McNeilis; Evan Grall; Peter Fox; Aaron Hand; Paddy Grall; Shane Grall; Kevin Foley; Danny O’Growney; Colm Fanning; Sean Martin; Shane Brody; Ciaran Hannon; Eanna Brody; Aengus Fanning; Willie McGrath
Subs: Keith O’Reilly for Aaron Hand; Carl Clinton for Ciaran Hannon; Sean Peyton for Evan Grall
Scorers: Wille McGrath 1-3; Aengus Fanning 1-0; Eanna Brody 0-2

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 10 March 2013 14:41
 


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Moylagh Blotto Results

17/04/2017

Numbers Drawn were:

02, 18, 22, 23

No Jackpot Winners

Next Draw Monday 1st May 2017 in Teddy's,

Jackpot €2,000


 

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John Egenton has taken over as Chairman of Moylagh GAA Club from Ollie Melia who steps down after 4 years at the helm