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Moylagh beat Boardsmill in JHC

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Full time: Moylagh 1-15 Boardsmill 0-16

Moylagh finished the group stages of the junior hurling championship with a win over up till now unbeaten Boardsmill.

It looked a done deal at half time with Moylagh raceing into a 1-10 to 0 - 5 lead.

Paddy Rahill and Morris Quinn were causing Boardsmill all sorts of trouble in the first half will the midfield pair of Eana Brody and Thomas Rahill well on top.

Morris Quinn scored that all important goal and it was needed as Boardsmill came storming back in the second half and with time nearly up the sides were level and a draw looked very likely.

But Moylagh finished strongest and a brace of brilliant points from William McGrath and Quinn gave Moylagh the win that puts them joint top of the group.

This was another fine team performance from the Moylagh boys who now are in at least a semi final.

Team and scorers.

Tom Melia, James Tuite, Philip Grall, Carl Clinton, Shane Connell, Eamon Boyle, Cieran Grall, Eana Brody, [0-04] Thomas Rahill, Sean Og Doyne,[0-1] Kevin Foley[0-1], Paddy Gilsnan[0-01], Morris Quinn,[1-02] Paddy Rahill [0-03], William McGrath[0-03]

Subs Paddy Grall for Sean Og Doyne

Dara Flood for Connell

Enda Grall for Foley

Last Updated on Monday, 26 August 2013 17:47

Mens JFC: Impressive Moylagh see off Kilbride

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Result: Moylagh 2-13 Kilbride 0-04
Moylagh scored their first championship win of the campaign as they put in a strong performance to dispatch Kilbride.
A pre-game downpour meant for tricky underfoot conditions in Bective even though the action took part under bright evening sunshine.
Moylagh played against the breeze in the first half but still went in 6 point to 2 ahead at the break. This was thanks to 2 points from Niall McAlarney and 1 each from Peter Fox,
Eamon Boyle, Aengus Fanning and Eanna Brody. Moyagh will feel this advantage could have been even more if not for some excellent saves by the Kilbride goalkeeper.
Moylagh put the result beyond doubt early in the second half with a couple of quick scores from McAlarney and a fisted goal from Aengus Fanning. Another goal later in the half from Willie McGrath following a good team move was the icing on the cake as Moylagh recorded and impressive victory that secures their Junior status for another year and puts them back in reckoning for a quarter final place.
Best for Moylagh were top scorer Niall McAlarney, Colm Fanning who worked hard in midfield and Peter Fox in defence.
Moylagh team: Declan McCormack, Shane Grall, Shane Brody, Paddy Grall, Kevin Foley, Peter Fox, Eamon Boyle, Danny O’Growney, Colm Fanning, Niall McAlarney, Aengus Fanning, Sean Martin, Thomas O’Reilly, Eanna Brody, William McGrath


Subs: Carl Clinton for Eanna Brody, Keith O’Reilly for Kevin Foley, John Reilly for Sean Martin, Sean Peyton for Aengus Fanning
Last Updated on Saturday, 17 August 2013 20:57

Ladies Win Against Na Fianna

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Third round of Championship away against Na Fianna with Moylagh winning 2-8 to 2-4 on Wednesday the 15th August '13.

It was a tough game for both teams with Moylagh winning 6 points up in the 1st half. Moylagh found it hard to keep up the scores in the second half as Na Fianna were catching up with a goal in the last few minutes.
Starting Team and scores: Goals Sorcha Grall, Backs were Sinead Reilly, Rosie Grall, Caoimhe Hannon, sophie Garry, Arlene smith, Aishling Gibney, Mid field Donna Garry(0-1) and Marie Masterson(0-2), Forwards were  Aoife Gibney(0-2), Therese Fox(0-2), Gemma Galligan, Sarah Mc Dermot (2-1), Aileen Mc Cabe, Tracey Finnegan
Sub was Niamh Grall.

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 August 2013 08:12

Moylagh beat Trim in JHC

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Result: MOYLAGH  2-17 TRIM  2-06.


Moylagh traveled to Athboy on Sunday morning knowing a win would put them through to the semi final of the Championship.

A couple of early Eana Brody and Stephen Tierney points helped Moylagh off to the better start and even with a sloppy Trim goal just before the break Moylagh still led 0-10 to 1-03.

Moylagh stepped up a gear in the second half and goals from Sean Og Doyne and Morris Quinn gave Moylagh the cushion they needed.

Trim put the Moylagh backs under pressure for the last ten minutes but the full back line stood firm with Phil Grall in excellent form.

Best for Moylagh were Philip Grall, Eana Brody, Owen Gilsenan and Eamon Boyle.

Team and scorers: Tom Melia, Jim Tuite, Philip Grall, Colm Melia, Daren Hawdon, Eamon Boyle, Cieran Grall, Eana Brody [0-06], Kevin Foley [0-01], Sean Og Doyne [1-02], Eoin Gilsnan [0-02], Neill McNellis, Paddy Grall, Stephen Tierney [0-05] Carl Clinton

Subs: Morris Quinn [1-00] for McNeillis, Paddy Gilsnan for Daren Hawdon, Cian McPartland for Colm Melia, Paddy Rahill [0-01] for Paddy Grall.

Last Updated on Monday, 12 August 2013 07:48

Second round of Championship home to Moylagh against Wolfe Tones

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Second round of Championship home to Moylagh against Wolfe Tones with Moylagh winning 1-17 to 2-5 on Thursday the 1st August '13.
There was a great turn out for Moylagh with a panel of 21 player with a lot of new players from our under age teams despite the wet evening that was in it.

It was a tough game for both teams with Moylagh winning 1 point up from the 1st half. In the second half Moylagh upped their game and was scoring points with Therese Fox scoring from every angle with the help of all the forwards. Backs were keeping Wolfe Tones on their toes by keeping the scores down in the 2nd half. But the best team won in the end with Moylagh winning with 1-17 to 2-5. Well done to all.
Starting Team: Goals Sorcha Grall, Backs were Sinead Reilly, Rosie Grall, Sarah Connell, sophie Garry, Arlene smith, Caoimhe Reilly, Mid field Donna Garry(0-2) and Marie Masterson(0-1), Forwards were Sharon Ni Mhuineachain, Sinead Gilsenan(0-1), Aoife Gibney(0-3), Therese Fox(0-10), Gemma Galligan and Caoimhe Hannon(1-0).
Subs were Tracey Finnegan, Shannon Doyle, Shauna Corbet, Sinead Connell and Ciara Brown which all had a part to play in the game as well.


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Gerry Gibney has been succeded as Runai of Moylagh GFC by Colm Fanning