Fenagh-St Caillins claimed the U-13, 15 a-side title on Sunday afternoon last in Cloone when they overcame a very determined and talented St Marys team who pushed them all the way to the final whistle on a final score of 4-06 to 4-03.
Fenagh opened the scoring with a point from Oisin Mc Loughlin but St Marys quickly responded with a goal from Oisin Bohan and another from Nathan Tyrell to take a foothold of the game. Fenagh fought back with four points and a goal before half time from James Lennon to leave Fenagh one point up at the break. Cormac Scollan replaced Luke Killkenny at half time and proved to have a major impact on the game scoring a goal early in second half to kickstart a period of dominance for Fenagh, Oisin Mc Loughlin and Fergal Mc Loughlin added further goals for Fenagh to put them in control but St Marys werent going to give up without a fight and finished very strong with Two goals from Adam Reynolds and a point from Paul Woods but Fenagh held out for a deserving win.
Fenagh-St Caillins: Riann Mc Weeney, Owen Mc Loughlin, Tom Gilheaney, Tom Mc Keon , Conor O Rourke, Mark Keegan, Eoin Mc Loughlin, Oisin Mc Loughlin,Conor Dwyer , Fergal Mc Loughlin, Aaron Smith, Robert Maguire, Luke Kilkenny, James Lennon, Conall Mc Govern, James Wrynn, James Honeyman, JoshMc Nabola, Caolan Mc Dermott, Daniel Reynolds, Cormac Scollan, Andrew Kelly, Oisin Mc Govern.
St Marys: Jack Aldridge, Sam Barnes, Oisin Bohan, Kevin Brady, Nicky Campbell, Alan Crowe, Mark Diffley, Fintan Earley, Eoin Farrell, Conor Hackett, Paul Keaney, Diarmuid Kellagher, Brian King, Rurai King, Sean Lenehan, Jack Mathewes, Ashley Maziya, James Murphy, Callum Mc Girl, Patrick Mc Kenna, David O Connell, Adam Reynolds,Sean Reynolds, Nathan Tyrell, Paul Woods.
Referee Kevin Mallon.
Ballinamore-Sean O Heslins claimed the U13 13 a-side final when they overcame Leitrim Gaels in a very close and entertaining final played in Cloone on Sunday afternoon on a scorline of 5-13 to 2-13.
The first half was a close encounter with both sides exchanging scores with only 2 points in it at half time in Leitrim Gaels favour. The second half started in the same manner with Ballinamore getting a goal right from the throw in only to be cancelled out by Leitrim Gaels a few minutes later.
Both sides exchanged scores and the result was in doubt right up till the last few minutes when Ballinamore pulled away scoring 2-04 in the final five minutes. There were excellent performances on both sides with John Conway Cathal Mc Hugh and Tom Prior in top form for Ballinamore with Jack Flynn Shane Finn and Stephen Goldrick leading the charges for Leitrim Gaels.
Ballinamore SOH: Jack Gallogly, John Conway, Nathan Mc Cartin ,Danny Smyth, Darragh Gleeson, Senan Harte, Christopher Maguire, Cathal Mc Hugh, Dillon Beirne, Joe Sweeney, Tom Prior,Sean Christie, Francis Mc Govern, Keelan Creamer, James Creamer, Eoin Toolan, Aaron Mc Brien, Mark Mc Caffrey.
Leitrim Gaels: Mathew Earley, Ned Sweeney, Sean Nee, Rory O Brien, Donal Casey, Rory Kelly, Jack Flynn, Donal Moreton, Shane Finn, Stephen Goldrick, Shane Rynn, Daniel O Sullivan, Jim Cullen, Tom Durkin, Rian Mc Auley, Oisin Curley, Eentje Donnigan, Oisin Mc Cabe, Robert Saunders.
Referee Jimmy Stenson.
Kiltubrid claimed the Under13 11 a-side title last week in Fenagh when they overcame an understrength Gortletteragh.
The damage was done in the first few minutes when Kiltubrid got off to the perfect start with a hatrick of Goals from an onform forward Barry Mc Weeney. This was the foundation and a lead they never looked liked loosing. It took Gortletteragh a while to settle but to their credit they took the game to Kiltubrid with Oisin Niblock Jack Davis and Jamie Quinn leading the charges for Gortletteragh but the had no answer to the scoring power of Kiltubrid with Mc Weeney and Dylan Easterbrook on top form.
Kiltubrid: Peter Winters, Sean Mc Nabola, Aiden Mc Cormack, James Tighe, Diarmuid Mac Thiarnan, Garry Beirne, Cian Mc Keon, Barry Mc weeney, Fionn O Brien, James Judge, Dylan Easterbrook, Danny Mc Weeney, Declan Wrynne, Luke Doherty, Iarlaith O Brien.
Gortletteragh: Luke Mc Auley, Tom Reel, James Cunningham, Kieran Reen , Brendan Davis, Cian Mulvey, Oisin Niblock, Jack Davis, Jamie Quinn, Shane Reynolds, Mark Reynolds, Ryan Cunningham, Conor Niblock, Killian Mc Auley.
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