Club Championship action this weekend

Round 2 of the club Championships takes place this weekend, as the pace quickens in the hunt for the Moclair, Sweeney and McDonnell Cups.

In the Senior Championship there are a number of tasty encounters on offer for punters. If it’s a local derby you’re after then the meeting of Balla and Breaffy – who both lost in Round 1 – would fit the bill nicely. So too would the clash between Garrymore and The Neale, who also are both waiting to get off the mark in this campaign.

Tie of the round could, though, be the contest at Clogher between Ballintubber and Belmullet. With most of the chatter so far concentrating on Westport, Knockmore, Castlebar Mitchels and Ballina Stephenites, these two both started with opening round victories and whoever wins this one will have real momentum as the knockout stage approaches.

By the way, if anyone hasn’t yet seen it, Mike Finnerty’s piece with Ballintubber’s Jason Gibbons in this week’s Mayo News is worth a look. That’s here.

Full details on all the Round 2 fixtures this coming weekend are here.

The link for match tickets for all these games is here.

Mayo GAA TV are covering four matches this weekend. On Friday evening they’re streaming the Garrymore v The Neale game, on Saturday they’ve got the IFC meeting of Bohola Moy Davitts and Crossmolina followed by the Charlestown/Claremorris SFC match, while on Sunday they’re showing the Ballina Stephenites v Mayo Gaels encounter. The link for that is here.

Finally, speaking of Claremorris, podcast club members may already have heard our latest show, which features Conor Diskin. A highly talented attacker who has featured at county level, Conor is this week undergoing surgery for a ruptured ACL while all the while continuing to cope with grief following his recent desperately sad loss. This is a highly recommended listen and you’ll find it on Patreon here.

65 thoughts on “Club Championship action this weekend

  1. this weeks podcast with Conor Diskin was an amazing listen, I could have listened to him for hours, very interesting character, extremely honest and his maturity was very impressive. Best of luck to him with his recovery

  2. Looking at the weather forecast for the weekend, it looks like a great improvement on the weather we had for round one. It can only mean better games, more scores and a better standard.

  3. Agree Kieran. Fantastic interview with Diskin.

    An honest and raw take on everything from. Always liked him as a player. Direct, strong, brave and can bring other into into the game.
    Reminds me of a better version of Eoghan O’Gara

  4. I’d expect wins for
    The one I’m struggling with is Charlestown vs Claremorris. Can Claremorris finally show some of the form they’ve been threatening and are Charlestown as poor as they looked against Westport?
    I expect both my club Aghamore and Ballyhaunis to lose to Castlebar and Knockmore. As the former two drew on match day one it may come down to which of them lose by less over the next 2 rounds.

  5. Listened to the talk with Conor Diskin today. God, I never knew about their tragic loss. Heart goes out to him and if on his road to recovery he glances at this I hope he knows that the wider Mayo support are hugely behind him.

    Conor, the very best of luck to you. You have the natural attributes and talent to get back into that Mayo team and plenty of years to play a key role and hopefully a successful one. Do your rehab right, listen to the medical advice and listen to your body. You have time. Your prime years are ahead of you. Drive on and always be hungry to improve. Mayo is behind you.

  6. Impartial as ever..RTE’s now highest paid presenter , Joe Duffy seems to be trying to ignite a campaign to get the Central Bank of Ireland mint a coin in honour of the Dublin ‘FIVE’ in a row winning team, However Joe seemed slightly confused but a listener corrected him, it was actually ‘SIX’ in a row . You would have thought the ‘Talent’ like Joe would have known that. Of course at this point of time this ‘Euro’ coin would not be legal tender north of the border. They never intend to wander beyond the Pale in any case. Joe Duffy himself is NOT a big fan of the band the ‘Wolfe Tones’ , North Men, South Men, Comrades All..Don’t get Joe started on that. Tomorrow Joe will be presenting his well informed show from the Titanic Quarter in Belfast. I wonder will Joe be talking about an All Ireland?.

  7. McHale should know the cause of our Fade Out in finals.
    In 96 it was because Fallon was not named in the subs the first day against Meath and we were overrun in that sector for the last 10 minutes.
    That was a selection problem and in other finals we just didn’t have the depth in our bench.

  8. We’ve another new pod up on Patreon: this one has Colm Boyle on with Rob and Mike to discuss Kevin McLoughlin’s retirement, Liam McHale’s departure and all the weekend’s club action.

  9. @Leantimes, Joe grew up in Ballier ( Ballyfermot ) not exactly a Gaa stronghold in Dublin.

  10. @Jr, do as I did a few weeks ago, look back at those games,
    In 96 in both games one of Mayo midfielders just had a bad game, particularly in the replay.
    Mayo full forward line missed a few easy opportunities to win the game, In truth for the 96 replay the Mayo team ran out of steam in the final 5 or 10 minutes, add in at least 3 or 4 handy enough wides.
    In 97 Fallon played in the full game, he played at a fast pace but was over anxious just to kick the ball into the forwards, and the ball would be won by Kerry defenders. I suppose the style was different back then to the slow calculated possession game we see today,
    but Mayo still lost in 97 also one of the full forward line just didn’t win the ball and didn’t score.

  11. For god sake it’s club championship season and park the Mayo county until January.

    Predictions please for all Junior/Intermediate/Senior

  12. First game of the weekend was not a good watch. The Neale are so far off the pace that a year or two in Intermediate might be a blessing and give them the chance to win a few games and bring through some new players.
    The most Interesting thing in the game was referee John Glavey giving The Neale an indirect free in front of the Gary posts. First time I think I’ve seen an indirect free given.

  13. Yes, a poor match for senior football. The Neale were very poor. Tommy C got 1 point from play and was not impressive but was well marked by E.Hession! Complete domination by Garrymore. John Maughan was on co-comentry and he was not overly impressed by Garrymore either.
    Some of the former Mayo player like Nally and Crowe and present player like Enda Hession were good. I thought Darragh Quinn might be one for the future!
    Overall, if this is the standard we will not be at the races any time soon re Sam!

    Let’s hope we get better games soon!

    I was not impressed by the streaming even though I have high speed broadband!
    Wonder if other people had similar problem ??
    Mhuigeo Abú

  14. Mayo Senior Football Championship Round 2:

    Group 1:
    Ballina Stephenites
    Mayo Gaels
    Ballina scrapped through a transitional Breaffy team with Frank Irwin and Evan Regan getting the scores along with Mickey Murray who probably should have scored more.
    Mayo Gaels will feel a big weight of there shoulders by beating dear neighbour Balla.
    Jack Fallon and Ruari Keane seems to be the main men.

    Ballina Stephenites by 4.

    So this is Balla 8th Senior group game since 2021 and have a 100% losing record.
    After losing round 1 to Mayo Gaels they look to be early candidates for relegation again.
    Breaffy are no longer kingpins from 2013-2020 era with Aidan O’Shea and Matthew Ruane carrying them V Ballina.

    Breaffy by 3.

    Group 2:
    Ballaghaderren proved me wrong by defeating Claremorris in round 1.
    Westport have been putting up cricket scores this year.
    It should fire up Ballaghaderren.

    Westport by 4.

    Charlestown Sarsfields
    An early potential relegation game.
    Charlestown were whipped by Westport in round 1.
    Claremorris unfortunately still not making waves in Senior after a defeat at home which I expect them to win.

    Charlestown Sarsfields by 3.

    Group 3:
    The Senior game of the weekend and live on Midwest Radio which is brilliant for all Mayo fans.
    Cillian O’Connor is suspended so a huge plus for Belmullet.
    Belmullet deserved enormous credit with the turnover of players gain and lost 2018 IFC final only 4 survivors and 2021 SFC final 7 survivors.
    Ryan O’Donoghue remained the most important player for Belmullet and without him they be hanging on for dear life.


    The Neale
    Garrymore threw away the game V Belmullet by a poor goal giveaway as they were ahead.
    They are a strong team with the Nally brothers and former Corofin/Galway footballer Ciaran McGrath.
    The Neale are struggling this year and Tommy/Steven Conroy and Padraig Walsh big time.

    Garrymore by 6.

    Group 4:
    Castlebar Mitchells
    After a tough exam in round 1 away to Knockmore they came away with a point which is important.
    Aghamore will be disappointed with there performance V dear neighbours Ballyhaunis as they needed to win this to start progressing as a Senior team.

    Castlebar Mitchells by 7.

    Ballyhaunis will feel they left 2 points behind V Aghamore but a point is good especially there 1st year up at Senior.
    They will be fired up and well excited with this challenge against 2020/2021 champions Knockmore.
    Castlebar still remain a bogey team to Knockmore which is not good.

    Knockmore by 3.

  15. Mayo Intermediate Championship Round 2:

    Group 1:
    Both teams have good wins from round 1 but both teams need because it is a tough group with former Senior team Davitts in it as well.
    Parke/K/C are well known for a championship team and a bogey team to Islandeady. Again main men Parke/K/C Ronan Carolan and Islandeady Darragh Joyce.

    Parke/K/C by 3.

    Bonniconlon well known for a poor championship team haven’t only qualified past the group once since 2004.
    A set back for Davitts in round 1 and especially losing at home but I still expect them to win this tie.

    Davitts by 4.

    Group 2:
    Ardnaree Sarsfields
    A relegation decider tie i believe as both teams were comprehensively beaten in round 1.
    Ardnaree will have target this game as soon the draw was made.
    Kiltimagh having a disastrous year and need to get there ASAP.
    Kiltimagh Donovan Cosgrove and Ardnaree Martin Rafter will go head to head.

    Ardnaree Sarsfields by 4.

    2 strong West Mayo teams.
    Louisburgh seems to be getting refocused again after a poor league campaign with former rugby prospect Dylan Prendergast looking the real deal.
    Kilmeena also looking good to with Sean Ryder and Jack Carney.
    Former Kilmeena/Louisburgh footballer Padraig Walsh has ordered an half/half jersey for this game.

    Louisburgh by 1.

    Group 3:
    Ballinrobe are many experts favourite for the IFC title with a big win over a poor Burrishoole team.
    Kiltane a major set back losing at home to Hollymount/Carramore have now a mountain to climb and always found it difficult to beat Ballinrobe.
    Ballinrobe Kevin Quinn is flying and Kiltane need Mikie Sweeney to rekindle his best form.

    Ballinrobe by 5.

    A big physical Hollymount/Carramore team came to Bangor and won by 11 is a big deal.
    Burrishoole have been poor this season.
    Dylan Morris is Hollymount/Carramore form man. Fintan McMananon usually the one to watch out for Burrishoole.

    Hollymount/Carramore by 7.

    Group 4:
    Castlebar Mitchells B
    Both sides lost there first outing but Castlebar B team line up was disruptive by losing 5 to the Senior team.
    Kilmaine had Oisin Mullen down as number 31 in the team sheet V Crossmolina.
    They will need him big time.

    Kilmaine by 2.

    Bohola Moy Davitts
    Crossmolina Deel Rovers
    Probably the game of the weekend in this grade as they both contenders for the title.
    With Jordan Flynn improving all the time with Mayo he needs to bring him form to the club.
    Moy Davitts have top forwards compare to Crossmolina with Brian Heneghan, Cian McHale, Anthony Jordan and Brian Reape nearly fit to be back.

    Bohola Moy Davitts by 2.

  16. Mayo Junior Exclusive Championship Round 2:

    Group 1:
    Ballycastle V Tourmakeady
    Two Gaeltacht teams against each other.
    Ballycastle drew with near neighbours Lacken/Kilfian amalgamation in round 1 and the 2 Fordes Micheal/Fergal were playing.
    Tourmakeady push Shrule/Glencorrib all the way in round 1 but came up short.

    Tourmakeady by 2.

    Shrule/Glencorrib V Northern Gaels
    Shrule/Glencorrib failed to score in the 2nd half V Tourmakeady which the strong breeze was a major bearing but hold firm by Tourmakeady comeback.
    Northern Gaels making small improvements such as promotion to Division 3 but to get something from this tie is a step to far.

    Shrule/Glencorrib by 6.

    Group 2:
    Achill V Cill Chomain
    Another two Gaeltacht rival go head to head.
    Achill will play there 1st championship game this year after receiving a BYE in round 1.
    They are backed by Stephen Grealis, Turlough Dever and Eddie Doran.
    Cill Chomain came through a tight game V Ardagh in round 1. They still expect to come away with a win.

    Cill Chomain by 4.

    Group 3:
    Kilmovee Shamrocks V Killala
    Kilmovee prove me wrong by not losing to Eastern Gaels except by gaining a point. Home tie V Killala which is also there 1st game in the championship this year. Mattie Keane reported injury, Cian O’Dea have been unavailable and former Mayo footballer Andrew Farrell was playing in full forward in there recent Division 2 relegation final win.

    Killala by 4.

    Group 4:
    Lahardane MacHales V Ballycroy
    Easy win for Lahardane in round 1 as expected V Moygownagh but Ballycroy will be stronger. Speedy recovery to Colm Grealis in his recovery from injury V Swinford in round 1 despite waiting for 2 hours for an ambulance.

    Lahardane MacHales by 5.

    Swinford V Moygownagh
    Swinford scrapped through V Ballycroy in round 1 but should have to much for Moygownagh.

    Swinford by 9.

  17. @Micheal Moran ….. Thanks a mill for your detailed predictions . Just what we needed to focus our minds on what is dearest to lots of us on the blog …CLUB football,
    Don’t write off The Garries yet , think they will surprise a few teams yet but still just not at Westport or Castlbars level yet

  18. My ball they have to beat Tubber in last round to get through that be a big game.

    Poor fair last night, while cannot judge on one game no one really jumped out that would add to squad.

  19. I’m trying to watch the Crossmolina/Bohola game but the screen just says “Waiting for live event to start”. The game was scheduled to start at 3 pm. Has this time been changed?

  20. Michael, some of us are County firstly and don’t get too excited about club football, I am one of those.
    Mayo Senior club has had very little surprise winners over the past 10 years, same team win each year, Westport being the exception last year, a bit like the Dubs domination since 2011.

    When did a South Mayo team last win the Senior Championship, 1994 I think, and East Mayo clubs have had Little joy also bar Ballaghaderreen and Charlestown on a small few occasions.

  21. @batetheblanket you aren’t a true football man in my eyes if you choose county first before your club, your club is your grassroots, any player that plays for mayo would be nothing without their club

  22. Couldnt agree more kieran.

    It’s long been my suspicion that many of the daytrippers who go to every big croker match for Mayo would struggle to pick out their own clubhouse on a map. Some of the comments above back that up. They couldn’t name a single club player from round the county unless they had played for mayo

    Club before county for me every day of the week. Rising tide lifts all boats anyway strong club competition leads to strong county

  23. Watching Charlestown v Claremorris now.Claremorris defending as poor as you will see.Charlestown just walking through them for 2 easy goals.

  24. Charlestown slightly better with Towey and Jack Mahon playing well , but Claremorris defending is so bad,there bringing numbers back but just standing up making no contact or attempt to tackle. Hard to believe some of these defenders have Underage County titles.Claremorris alright going forward there full forward looks dangerous with Adam Beirne and Niall Hurley.Not much physicality at all in the game has the feeling of an Intermediate game.

  25. Towey a class act. Jack Mahon very good and number 9 Lenihan. Charlestown very good!
    Claremorris some young players- Hurleys brothers and Gilmore!
    Surely Towey should be starting for Mayo as he score! Man of the match!

    I think Brian Reape looked good as did Conor Loftus in the Intermediate match.
    Two good matches in fairness!

  26. Paul Towey wouldn’t start for Claremorris. The hype around the lad is laughable. Niall Hurley is 17 and Adam Beirne is 18 and the two of them were miles ahead of him tonight. Towey missed about 5 frees from handy distances and didn’t score from play!
    If mayo are relying on him playing at all this year in championship we may as well call the season off now. The lad is 24 years old and two teenagers gave him a lesson in forward play tonight, playing in a much more disorganised and scattered team.

  27. Towey wouldn’t start for Claremorris, Retro? I’m fairly confident that’s the most laughable statement of the year!

  28. Was probably the sixth most effective forward on the pitch tonight, Jack Mahon, Paddy Goldrick and Joe McBrien on his own side were better than him tonight.

  29. Retrocut he scored a goal from play and got a brilliant point from play in the 2nd half, very predicable results from the senior championship so far this weekend breaffy, castlebar, garrymore and charlestown all winning as Mike and colm boyle predicted on the pod, hopefully tomorrow we will see a upset.

  30. “Retrocut says:

    Towey wouldn’t start for Claremorris. The hype around the lad is laughable. Niall Hurley is 17 and Adam Beirne is 18 and the two of them were miles ahead of him tonight. Towey missed about 5 frees from handy distances and didn’t score from play!
    If mayo are relying on him playing at all this year in championship we may as well call the season off now. The lad is 24 years old and two teenagers gave him a lesson in forward play tonight, playing in a much more disorganised and scattered team.”

    Pathetic and way too personal criticism.

  31. Aghamore very impressive against Mitchels. Rory Byrne the difference between the teams. Superb free to win the match. If Aghamore believe in themselves and show a bit more accuracy there’s no reason why they can’t topple Knockmore.

  32. GBXI, and they will likely fly Freeman back for that as well.
    Are Mitchels the most negative team in a football sense at senior level do ye think? Any game I’ve seen them they Uber defensive. I’ve only seen a few games mind. So don’t want be harsh unfairly. What do you think?

    Towey done well for the goal. Claremorris very poor defensively mind.
    Beirne for age reliable on frees fair play to him. But Claremorris are a real mystery team for all the young talent they’ve had past 8 or so years.

  33. Apologies, may have gotten carried away, was more to do with how good the two young lads for Claremorris were.

  34. Retrocut, how many wides and poor shots had Claremorris?

    The lads are very good minor players, and will hopefully develop into senior players in time. Beirne is very reliable on frees.

  35. Towey shone in America, pub football ( great players on holidays)
    Claremorris are an enigma, great college and minor teams since the seventies,yet only contested one final, 1978.

  36. At least the two games today were a bit more enjoyable to watch compared to last night.
    Not sure anyone new is jumping out as a must be inclusion to senior squad as of yet from games I’ve seen.

  37. Gizmobobs, Claremorris had loads of wides and errors. I couldn’t name one error Beirne and Niall Hurley had. Hurley ran the defence ragged and Beirne was Cillian O’Connor like from frees.
    Dara Hurley had numerous chances but lacked composure.

  38. @gizmaobobs, if Freeman still has it, especially from frees, then he’d be a huge addition. Aghamore are really well organized and they have lots of pacy players. Conor Kilkenny mustn’t be far off county standard. Mitchels are very defensive but I wouldn’t be too harsh on them, they’re very young and inexperienced. They’ll have to be more expressive if they want to win the title though.

    @JR, Towey racks up big scores at every level he plays at and has carried Charlestown thru many games. The question is how would he play in a full strength Mayo team with Aidan and Tommy beside him.

  39. @GBXI I agree he should be given a chance in the league, persivire with him for a few full matches.
    Sometimes more difficult to get off the Mayo team then get on it.

  40. The 2 games today were enjoyable because teams were evenly matched, but the quality wasn’t great.
    It’s becoming pretty obvious that apart from the divisions of senior, intermediate and junior there looks like a division in senior becoming permanent. Westport, Castlebar, Ballina, Knockmore ahead with Breaffy and Ballintubber just hanging in there. I’d put Garymore and Belmullet ahead of the rest who are much of a muchness. The problem really seems to be in population and while smaller rural clubs might have the odd success at underage you really need that on a year on year basis as you only really expect 2or 3 most years to make the step up. Before the championship started many were writing off Ballina. They have Clarke, Callinan, O’Hora, the 2 Irwins, Thornton, McStay, Murrey, Regan and most of their other first teamers wouldn’t be far from county standard. Our senior championship more than ever looks like a winners competition and a relegation battle. I think the days of my club Aghamore (Shamrocks), Garrymore, Charlestown, Hollymount etc winning our county senior championship are over.

  41. JoeG you can likely add Knockmore to that list as well. Numbers in rural areas going down year on year. The town teams will dominate senior like they currently do at underage.
    You can look at every national schools population online and compare year to year, between closures, declining population and planning regulations outlook isn’t great for rural areas sadly.

  42. I saw Towey against Garrymore last year. The game is up on YouTube.
    He kicked some outrageous scores from all angles and gave Hession a tough afternoon.
    Whether he would be good enough at County level is another thing but there is only one way to find out.
    Give him a run of 3 or 4 games in the league.

  43. @JoeG
    Aghamore will be cursing tonight. That was a poor goal to concede. Long ball in. Defender caught napping.
    Whatever happened to Ross Egan? There were high hopes for him but he doesn’t seem to be involved?

  44. @Mind the House, yeah a poor goal and a frustrating way to lose after our defensive heroics. The thing is Aghamore don’t need to be so ultra defensive as they showed with the goal, they can play ball. In truth although I was hoping we might get the win after our goal we really are a hard watch but staying up is the aim. Ross Egan is still around but he seemed to peak the year Mayo lost to Kildare in the U21 final.

  45. While Tommy c only got 1 point from play we have to remember hes only just back from a pretty awful and serious injury it’ll take a bit for him to come back to his full 100% best .

    Great to see hession back on form after his injury ..

    Come on ballina today!!

  46. @Bate the blanket he only had what 2 /3 full championship games ? Give the guy a break he was out a for year with a serious horrible injury jeez wonder how you would do coming back from injury like that ?!

    He be in flying form come league guarantee it he’s still a star in the making and would walk onto any county team at his 100% !!

  47. I’m a club stalwart and love going to club games but this idea that you aren’t a true Mayo GAA fan if you aren’t involved in the club scene is total nonsense.
    Its similar to league of Ireland soccer fans complaining that people fly over to watch premier league soccer and don’t support shamrock rovers or bohemians.
    The senior intercounty team is the most important team in every county. It’s the highest level of the game and the team that all young lads aspire to play in. For the casual sports fan in Ireland it’s where the best exponents of the game display their skills to the highest standard possible.
    The GAA is heavily reliant on these casual sports fan who attend in large numbers in summer in the bigger games, to fund the great facilities and resources we all enjoy in our clubs up and down the country. Plenty of people can’t get involved in the club scene for several reasons but it doesn’t make them any lesser fans. It’s a snobbish attitude to take actually that is the opposite of the inclusivity that the GAA is renowned for.
    As for the games this weekend, the intermediate championship is actually more entertaining than the senior, which is starting to resemble the intercounty scene more and more each passing year where the same handful of clubs engage in weeks of shadow boxing before the real thing starts in the semi finals. Crossmolina and Moy Davitts was a great game. Reape looked very sharp, as did Brian Heneghan. I wonder if either would be looked at by the Mayo management?

  48. @Tommyjoe10 I totally agree with you on all that great post …! I agree also that’s its annoying a totall snobbish attitude if people think your a lesser fan if your not involved in the club scene a lot of people don’t live in mayo who support mayo etc to

    Just because your not hugely involved in your club scene doesn’t make you any less of a supporter sure we all want want same thing at the end of the day don’t we ? I think it’s it’s bit immature of people also to say someone is a lesser mayo fan if not involved I the club scene as much !!

  49. Dead right Tommy Joe, some of us had to migrate or Emigrate and work very hard and don’t live in County Mayo for many years.
    We didn’t get the handy typical Mayo Gaa club players jobs if the 1970’s, 1980’s and into the 1990’s, this was P&T and ESB and the Bank jobs.
    Currently it seems that you have to be a Gaa club or County player to get a Permanent position in a Primary or Post Primary School.

    Maybe there is a lot of Politics involved in Club football.
    I ask this question are the new Irish welcomed in Gaa clubs in Mayo ?, I was told this Summer that a large portion of 1st years in Mayo Secondary Schools are “new Irish”, surely it is an ideal opportunity for those people to play Gaelic football or Hurling and even boost teams.

    How much of an effort is being made in the Gaa Clubs to entice those Youngsters into the Gaa games in Mayo ?

  50. Said it a few weeks ago – ballina will be there or their abouts. Ruthless so far. Hard to see them not in the last 4 at the very least. Forwards playing well and being drove on by P OHora. Mcstay not at the pace of the game yet either. Scary stuff for any team that meets them going forward.

  51. @Jr. Brendan played and played well . He even kicked a point which is a rarity.
    Just watched the Ballina/Mayo Gaels game and the Stephanie’s were very impressive. Could have won by a lot more as they had quite a few bad wides and butchered several more goal chances, but they play a lovely brand of attacking football which is very enjoyable to watch.

  52. Favourites with Westport I’d say JoeG, so many of their players have been or are Inter-county players.
    Although Gaels should have had 3 or 4 goals also, when pressed on Clarke’s kickout they got great joy.
    Regan best Ballina forward by a mile, followed by Irwin.

  53. @Gizmobobs. I’d agree with you, them and Westport have so many match winners and Sam Callinan breaking the lines at pace to set up attacks is another weapon in their artillery. Their non intercounty players are also top drawer as well as strong benches.

  54. Good to see Finbarr McLaughlin on scoreboard. But red card for Eoghan 5 mins into injury time was a bit silly.
    Great day in the sun for Louisburgh

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