Mohill power carries the day

The greater physical strength of key players throughout the field was the key factor in Mohill’s dominating U-14 League 15-a-side victory last Sunday evening as they proved comprehensively too strong for Ballinamore Sean O’Heslin’s in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada.

The greater physical strength of key players throughout the field was the key factor in Mohill’s dominating U-14 League 15-a-side victory last Sunday evening as they proved comprehensively too strong for Ballinamore Sean O’Heslin’s in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada.

The greater physical strength of key players throughout the field was the key factor in Mohill’s dominating U-14 League 15-a-side victory last Sunday evening as they proved comprehensively too strong for Ballinamore Sean O’Heslin’s in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada.

MOHILL 7-12

BALLINAMORE O’HESLIN’S

By John Connolly

Mohill showed they meant business right from the first whistle as it took them less that 15 seconds to score their first goal, Jamie Stenson soloing through untouched to fire home a goal that set the tone for the entire game.

Despite not having played Ballinamore in the round robin stages, both teams having already qualified, Mohill were always going to be favourites for this encounter, having scored an incredible 23 goals and 65 points in their four games on the way to the final, averaging over 22 points a game.

The Mohill youngsters did not concede a goal until Peter Reynolds soloed through for two exceptional goals last Sunday but it was never going to be enough to stop this Mohill team who won the U-12 title two years ago but have since been fortified by additions from Cloone.

To read the full story see this week’s Leitrim Observer.