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Tinryland U16 team qualify for Division 2 championship final

posted 15 Oct 2014, 13:49 by

By Eamonn Byrne

There was more good news for Tinryland on Tuesday 14th October when the U16 team easily qualified for the Tile n Style division 2 final by easily defeating Naomh Eoin at the Fenagh training centre. The result of this game was never in doubt from a very early stage as Tinryland piled on the pressure on the Myshall team scoring early points via Michael Dobosz, Rory Doyle and Cormac Kelly and when the Myshall goalie failed to deal with a Rory Doyle free kick in the 20th minute midfielder Keelan Gaffney crashed the ball to the net to put us 6 points in front. A great passing movement involving Conor Ryan resulted in Tinryland’s 2nd goal when Eamonn Murphy ran 60 yards before despatching the ball to the Myshall net. This left the half time scoreboard reading Tinryland 2-3 Naomh Eoin 0-0.

The Myshall boys began the 2nd half in more determined fashion scoring a point from the throw in but Tinryland quickly asserted scoring a goal with the best movement of the game. The action began in the full back line when Conor Ryan won possession and he despatched the ball to Rory Doyle who found Rory Dunbar in support. Dunbar passed back to Doyle who found full forward Gavin Power who passed to Conor Brennan and the ball went into the net with an unstoppable shot to give Tinryland an eleven point advantage. Naomh Eoin then managed another point which proved to be their last of the game as Tinryland completely took over for the remainder of the game. Further points from U14 player Ronan Curran, Gavin Power,

 Eoin Hosey and a great Keelan Gaffney conversion in addition to a wonderful Conor Brennan goal left the final score Tinryland 4-7 Naomh Eoin 0-2. Tinryland  who had 9 different scorers on the night had outstanding players in Eamonn Murphy who covered every blade of grass on the pitch, Rory Doyle, Rory Dunbar, Cuan Burke, Keelan Gaffney, Cormac Kelly and Conor Ryan.

Tinryland will now play Burren Rangers in the final on Saturday 1st November after the Ballon outfit defeated Clonmore in the other semi-final

Team: Cian Nolan, Tommy Dunne, Conor Ryan, Lee Kane, Cormac Kelly 0-1, Cuan Burke, Rory Doyle 0-1, Jonathon Curran, Keelan Gaffney 1-1, Rory Dunbar, Eamonn Murphy 1-0, Ferghal Kelly, Michael Dobosz 0-1, Gavin Power 0-1, Ronan Curran 0-1. Subs Conor Brennan 2-0, Padraig Webb, Eoin Hosey 0-1, Denny Farrell.