100 Club - Buaiteoirí Mí Mhárta 2014
BUAITEOIRÍ - MÁRTA
€500 Pauline Carey, Mullach Dubh.
€200 Michael Logue, Loch an Iúir.
€100 each Caolin O'Donnell, Rann na Feirste.
Tony Doherty,Carraig a Choill.
Tague Mac Phaidin, Cál Chéim.
€50 each John Gillespie, Loch na nDeoran.
Danny Gillespie, Anagaire.
Paul McBride, Loch na nDeoran.
Breid Greene, Loch an Iúir.
Joe Sweeney, Cúl a Chnoic.
John Boyle Owen, Cál Chéim.
Joe Devenney, Coláiste na Rossan.
Aidan Hughes, Mullach Dubh.
Naomh Muire got their Division 2 League campaign off to a winning start despite letting Downings go into a 5 point lead at the beginning of the game. Sean McGinley got Downings off to a good start pointing in the first minute. Three more points from Lorcan Connor, and a point from Danny McBride on 12 minutes left them 5 pts to nil in front and they were dominating midfield where Sean McGinley was giving a display of high fielding. Shaun Yank Boyle finally got Naomh Muire off the mark, and this was followed by a point from Harry Harden. Connor added another point from a free to put Downings four up with 20 minutes gone. Naomh Muire then got to grips with the battle in midfield and had the best of the last 10 minutes, and the added three points through Ciaran McGinley, Owen Grant and Shaun Yank. Over the course of the first Downings just deserved to go in at half time with a one point lead. HT; Downings 0-06, Naomh Muire 0-05.
Despite starting the second half better, Naomh Muire just couldn’t find their scoring boots, and it was Downings were again the first to score and two points from Colm Gallagher extended their lead. However Naomh Muire were beginning to control most areas of the field and they hit five points from Darragh White (2), Harden, Patrick Gillespie and Owen Grant to put them two points ahead with13 minutes to go. Then Owen Grant was fouled in the square and a penalty was awarded. Brendan McGee got down low to his left to deflect Shaun Yank Boyle’s effort round the post for a 45, a great save but it could not raise the now tiring Downings team. Substitute Shaun McCafferty added another point and Colm Gallagher rounded off the day’s scoring with Downings last point.
Final Score; Downings 0-9, Naomh Muire 0-11.
Teams; Downings; Brendan McGee, Conor Shiels, Gerard Coyle, Seamus Gallagher, Michael Bradley, James McBride, Ben McEniff, Sean McGinley(0-01), Sean McBride, Martin McBride, Danny McBride(0-01), Dale McFadden, James Lee McBride, Lorcan Connor(0-04), Colm Gallagher(0-03)
Naomh Muire; Sean Gallagher, Daniel Gallagher, Tomas Duffy, Jack O’Brien, Darragh White(0-02), Paddy McCafferty, Aidy O’Gara, Paul Yank Boyle, Patrick Gillespie(0-01), Sean J Boyle, Owenie McGarvey, Owen Grant(0-02), Shaun Yank Boyle(0-02), Ciaran McGinley(0-01), Harry Harden(0-02); Subs Hugh Yank Boyle for Ciaran McGinley, Shaun McCafferty(0-01) for Sean J Boyle.
The reserves had a great start to the season with an impressive away win in Downings on Sunday. The final score Na Dúnaibh 0-08 Naomh Muire 2-10. Teams and scorers:
100 Club - Buaiteoirí Feabhra
€500 Jackie Hughes, Mullach Dubh.
€200 Conor McDowell, Na Méilte, Mullach Dearg.
€100 each Dónal Rua, Rann na Feirste.
Gavin Campbell, Rann na Feirste.
Ita Gallagher, Anagaire.
€50 each Dan Rodgers, Mín Doire na Slua.
Anne Celine Boyle, Loch na nDeoran.
Kevin White, Loch an Iúir.
Owenie McGarvey, Rann na Feirste.
Elaine Boyle, Loch na nDeoran.
Michael McGarvey, Anagaire.
Dominic Sweeney, Rann Uí Thuathail.
Eamon Hanlon, Cál Chéim / Céideadh.
Once again great a great night of Entertainment in the RCS Dungloe. Take a bow the many who set up and cleared away a great arena, Donal and Mairead who kept the craic and show going, ticket sellers, car park and door staff, RCS for their help, sponsors and those who attended. To many who spent weeks preparing.
The trainers and corner men who gave of their time. Judges and Ref.
Most of all HUGE credit to the boxers who put their bodies on the line from the very fit to the others who were prepared to add to the hype and night, taking a blow or two. The two girls who were outstanding, Boxers from other clubs and in particular the Dungloe lads who stepped up when asked.
One guarantee is that the money raised will be well spent well. Thanks to all for your support - it is much appreciated .