Annaduff 2:9 Mohill 0:18
A close game ended with a victory for the defending county champions in Cloone on Sunday. Annaduff opened the scoring from the boot of one of the man of the match contenders, Matthew Reynolds but Mohill went on to score the next five without reply. With just five minutes remaining in the first half Mohill had built up a lead of nine points to two before Alan Glancy converted a spot kick, Sean McNabola and Ray Cox adding points to Mohill’s one in reply, left just three points between the sides at the interval. Dillon Keane opened the scoring in the second half and on the 42nd minute Joe Cox hit the back of the net to leave the sides level. With 15 minute remaining Sean Mc put Annaduff into the lead but Mohill made the better of their scoring opportunities in the closing minutes and finished three up.
Annaduff: Jim McCormack, Chris Farrell, Nigel Cox, James Cox, Dean Gill, David Duignan, Hugh Moylan, Matthew Reynolds (0:1), Dillon Keane (0:1), Kenny Cox, Mattie Cox, Sean McNabola (0:5), Ray Cox (0:2), Alan Glancy (1:0), Joe Cox (1:0). Subs used: Keith Duignan, Frank McNabola, Aaron Duignan.
Our minor championship commenced with a defeat by 4 points to a well organised Kiltubrid side on Wednesday. Annaduff had the better of the opening and closing stages but some fine passing and economical shooting in the interim by the men in green and red was enough to take the points.
Annaduff: Shane Cox, Eoghan Moylan, Francis Shanley, Cian O Loughnan, Daire Guckian, Johnny Harte, Adam O Hagan, Oran Maloney, Colm Murray, Michael Cox, Eamonn Reddan, Jason Lyons, Martin Early, Colm Fitzpatrick, Donal McNabola, Liam Taylor.
Family Fun Day
The big day is finally here, our spectacular family fun day for Temple Street Hospital in association with Tesco takes place on Sunday 7th from 2pm. In addition to our underage football blitz, novelty games and refreshment stalls. One of our main attractions this year is “Eagles Flying”, the largest Centre for Birds of Prey and Owls in the country will be on the pitch. Sam Maguire will visit on the day and you can take your own picture with the famous trophy or replicate that iconic Croke Park scene of the first Sunday in September. Make sure you bring your camera with you. Another highlight is a display of photography and memorabilia of life in the parish over the last 100 years.