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Senior & Intermediate Football Championship Draws 2018

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Bearna Div 3 League Champions 

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The Bearna winning panel that beat Claregalway in the final

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Eoin and John Shaughnessy present the Thomas Shaughnessy Memorial Cup to Bearna captain Paddy Naughton

 

Cul Camps 2018

Turloughmore Toddie Byrne Feile Winners Web

Turloughmore U14 hurling team which won the Toddie Byrne Feile na nGael Cup defeating Clarinbridge in the final . Back row, left to right: Eamonn O'Loingsigh, Brian Holland, Conor Mullins, Cian Hanley, Peter Nolan, Eanna O'Loingsigh, Ryan Kearney, Eoghan Conneely, Eamonn McGrath, Jack Lonergan, Gearoid Fahy, Darragh Walsh, Matthew Tarpey, Evan Gill, Ciaran Wilde, Declan Kearney, Justin Coen. Front row: Ethan Holland, Sean Duggan, Owen Kearney, Cian O'Callaghan, Oisin Fahy Colin Fitzmaurice, Rory Casserly, Tom Nolan, Cillian Whelan, Eanna Monaghan, Ronan Flaherty, Owen Morgan, Cillian Trayers.

Kinvara Justin Cheevers Feile winners

The Kinvara U14 hurling team which won the Justin Cheevers Cup final . Front row, left to right: Stephen Connolly, Sean Malone, Ethan Sexton, Mark Costello, Lorcan Heavey, Adam Huban, Oisin Ivers, Captain, Cathal Mongan, Padraig Conole, Luca Danjou, Cathal Corless, Niall Donohue, Oisin Fahey. Back row: Jack Kilkelly, Louis Breslin, Cormac Ivers, Oscar Connolly, Adam Noone, Kai Hayes, Joshua O'Connor, Dylan Corcoran, Ruairi Dillion, Padraig Pearl, Matthew Meares, Shaun Philips, Michael Curtin, Liam Martyn.

Abbeyknockmoy Toddie Byrne Shield winners

The Abbeyknockmoy Under 14 hurling team which defeated Killimor in the Toddie Byrne Shield final. Back row, left to right: Declan Molloy, trainer, Des Byrne, selector, Michael Killarney, Kevin Maher, Cian Quirke Olin Murray, Alex Boyle, Cuan Lennan, Daire Wynne, Kian Flaherty, Jerry Quirke, Manager. Front row: Conor Mannion, Michael Keary, Patrick Balfe, Dean Collins, Niall Mannion, Darragh Maloney, Jamie Cosgrove, Oisin Murphy, Shane Forde.

 

Claregalway Div 1 Feile Champions WEB Site

Claregalway Feile Div 1 Football Winners
Back row: Paul Concannon, Eugene Kearney, Jamie Lydon, Cian Callaghan, Ronan Keane, Max Flynn, Riain Ó hEochagain, Tom Nolan, Jack Ramsey, Dara Walsh, Eamon McGrath, Paul Gaughan, Eoin Connolly, Riain Concannon, Jake Buckley, David Tarmey, Patrick Buckley, Brendan Lydon, Eoghan Commins.
Front row: Jack Mullen, Sean Mulrennan, Cian Hanley, Luc O’Connor, Ryan Kearney, Steven Healy, Gerard O’Riordan, Cillian Whelan, Colin Fitzmaurice, Enna Ó Loinsigh, Mikey McCullagh, Owen Kearney, Tadhg Joyce, Jack Conway, Anthony Murphy, Declan Kearney.

Craughwell Div 2 Football Feile Champions WEB

Craughwell Div 2 Football Feile winners 2018
Back Row :Brian Ryan, Gavin McDaid, Ben Brady, Cathal Kelly, Ciaran O’Connor, Oisin Quirke, Shane Tuohy, James Coleman, Eoin Byrne, Aaron Gilligan, Eoin Nugent, Tom Doran, Darragh McCartan, Evan Hallinan, Tiarnan Leen, Liam Mulyeen, Cian Irwin, Stan Irwin, Charlie Duggan.
Front row: Fiachra Bond, Noah Keane, Shane Concannon, Cian Geoghegan, Dara Collins , Danny Morrissey, Jamie Lyons, Daniel Galvin, Luke Flynn, Donal Reilly, Alex Duggan, Liam McDaid, Senan Keane

Salthill Knocknacarra Div 3 Feile Winners WEB

Salthill-Knocknacarra Div 3 Feile Winners
Back row: Charlie Gleeson, Bobby Power, Shaw Philips, Danny Gill, Tony Barrett, Cian Brennan, Stephen Cullinane, James Kelly, Austin Murphy, Jack Leavey, Ciaran Garvey ,Robert Madden, Mikey Crowe, Joseph Kelly, Evan Jennings.
Front row: Niall Mannion, David Lennon, Cathal O’Grady, Eoin McDaid, Mark Mannion, Brian Tolan, Eoghan Killeen, Dara Conneely, Luke Lynch, Peter Gardiner, James Palmer, Oisin Sweeney, Jamie Greaney.

Corofin Web

 Corofin players from left, Dylan Wall, Martin Farragher, Liam Silke, Kieran Fitzgerald, Michael Farragher and Ian Burke with their awards at the AIB GAA Club Player Awards at Croke Park

 

 

 

 

 

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Aaron Byrne scored the decisive goal as Dublin became the last ever All-Ireland Under-21 football champions with a thrilling 2-13 to 2-07 victory over Galway at O'Connor Park in Tullamore.
Dessie Farrell’s side were 0-05 to 0-04 up at the end of the first-half and the game took off after the interval.
A Con O’Callaghan goal looked to have put them on their way, but a goal by Galway wing-back Cillian McDaid set up a grand-stand finish.
Byrne pounced late on and his goal sealed Dublin’s fifth Under-21 crown and fourth since 2010, with a late Colm Brennan green flag for the Tribesmen making no difference in the end.
Dublin held a slim single-point lead at half-time after a tense opening half where both sides had plenty of chances but failed to convert in front of goal.
Nerves played a massive part too but Dublin took an early 0-02 to 0-00 lead with points from Glenn O’Reilly and O’Callaghan, who notched a free.
O’Callaghan was Dublin’s danger man on the edge of the square but Galway full-back Sean Andy Ó Ceallaigh negated his threat for much of the opening half.
Football in Galway has been resurgent lately and on the back of their senior side claiming Allianz Football League Division 2 glory, the Tribesmen claimed the scalp of heavy favourites Kerry, scoring 1-7 from their first nine shots in the semi-final.
Dublin have dominated at senior level in recent years, having won four Sam Maguires since 2011. And this U-21 team qualified for the decider at the third time of asking, after back-to-back semi-final defeats against Tipperary and Mayo.
But despite O’Callaghan’s early black card they came up trumps against a fancied Donegal, and against Galway they attacked at will early on.
But Michael Daly got a crucial score for Galway in the seventh minute and that settled them. Colm Basquel hit back with two points in-a-row and Dublin held a strong 0-04 to 0-01 lead after 18 minutes.

Daly went close with a shot at goal for Galway, but that was foiled and at the other end Ronan Ó Beoláin was performing heroics in the Galway goal.
McDaid roamed forward to narrow the gap further after Eoin Finnerty scored for Galway and O’Reilly, and Galway’s Peter Cooke traded scores before the break.
Dublin were just one point ahead at half-time but they launched out of the blocks at the start of the second-half and held Galway scoreless for 14 minutes.
Dublin assumed a 1-10 to 0-05 lead with O’Callaghan’s goal five minutes after half-time putting them in command. McDaid was Galway’s star and he scored a tonic goal with ten minutes to go which was followed a Kieran Molloy point.
But Dublin scored next and it was Byrne’s goal three minutes from time that put the game beyond Galway. Brennan did find the net late on for the Tribesmen, while O’Callaghan settled for a point from the penalty spot for the Dubs with the last kick of the game.
Final Score: Dublin 2-13 Galway 2-7
Dublin: E Comerford; D Byrne, C O’Shea, E Murchan; D Monaghan, S McMahon, C Murphy; A Foley, B Howard (0-01); T Fox, A Byrne (1-00), G O’Reilly (0-03); C Basquel (0-02), C O’Callaghan (1-03, 0-02f), D O’Brien (0-02).
Subs: D Gavin (0-01) for Foley (13), D Spillane for Fox (39), C Sallier for O’Reilly (45), A McGowan for McMahon (60), P Small for Basquel (60), S Smith (0-01) for A Byrne (62).
Galway: R Ó Beoláin; L Kelly, S A Ó Ceallaigh, R Greene; K Molloy (0-01), D McHugh, C McDaid (1-01); P Cooke (0-01, 0-01f), C D’Arcy; S Kelly, M Daly (0-01), P Mannion (0-01); R Finnerty, E Finnerty (0-01), D Conneely.
Subs: C Brady (0-01) for R Finnerty (30), C Brennan (1-00) for D’Arcy (37), M Boyle for Conneely (39), E Lee for S Kelly (44), A O Laoi for Mannion (54), P O’Curraoin for Molloy (60).
Referee: Ciaran Branagan (Down)