Sides to meet again after late drama

Look no hands! Glenfarne/Kilty's James Murray last Saturday in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada. Photo by Willie Donnellan
5 mins: Glencar/Manor’s Aaron McDermott opened the scoring and they doubled their lead four minutes later from Aaron Hickey’s free.

5 mins: Glencar/Manor’s Aaron McDermott opened the scoring and they doubled their lead four minutes later from Aaron Hickey’s free.

11 mins: Glenfarne/Kilty opened their account from a Fergal Clancy free before Dominic Kelly pointed for Glencar/Manor.

12 mins: GOAL! Conor Dolan beat a defender and his shot then dipped under the bar and into the goal.

20 mins: Patrick Kilkenny pointed to reduce the deficit to four points.

24 mins: James Rooney, Colin Ryan and Ronan Flynn combined to create an opportunity for Aaron Hickey who pointed.

26 mins: Excellent play from John Sheerin results in a Daire Clancy point which was cancelled out by David Poniard.

31 mins: Padraig Sweeney’s point is followed by a Fergal Clancy free.

Half time: Glencar/Manor 1-5, Glenfarne/Kilty 0-5

34 mins: Fergal Clancy points from a free and that is followed by James Murray’s point to leave just a point between the sides.

37 mins: Glencar/Manor substitute Alan Hickey scores his side’s first point of the half.

42 mins: James Murray’s point ensures there is just the minimum between the sides again.

44 mins: A fine pass from Alan Hickey finds his brother Aaron who points.

50 mins: Glenfarne/Kilty manager Martin McHugh sent to the stands.

54 mins: Points from Padraig Sweeney, Patrick Kilkenny and two from Fergal Clancy saw Glenfarne/Kilty take the lead for the first time.

59 mins: Conor Dolan and Diarmuid Clancy exchanged points.

60 mins: GOAL! Brendan Rooney goaled after Conor Dolan’s ball was knocked back across goal by Aaron Hickey.

61 mins: An excellent score from Diarmuid Clancy reduces Glencar/Manor’s lead to a point.

63 mins: After a foul on Conor O’Rourke Fergal Clancy pointed to give Glenfarne/Kilty the lead.

64 mins: Gary Hickey coverts a free after a foul on Colin Ryan to ensure the sides will meet again.