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- JBHC Semi-Final – Mac Dáibhéid 2-17 Naomh Úna 0-7
- Junior B Hurling Championship – MacDáibhéid 3-8 Latharna Óg 0-8
- IFC – Grp 2 – Mac Dáibhéid 3-20 Pádraig Sárseil 1-5
- JHC – Naomh Pól 3-20 – Mac Dáibhéid 1-12
- IFC – Gp 2 – Mac Dáibhéid 1-9 Naomh Eargnait (Muine Glás) 2-14
- JHC – Mac Dáibhéid 1-12 Latharna Óg 3-12
- IFC – Gp 2 – Rd 3 – Naomh Seosamh 0-10 Mac Dáibhéid 1-10
- IFC – Gp2 – Rd2 – Dun Laithí 4-11 Mac Dáibhéid 0-6
- IFC Group 1 (Rd 1) – Mac Dáibhéid 0-14 Conn Magees 4-9
- ACHL Div 4 – Mac Dáibhéid 3-22 Naomh Úna 1-3
Beringer Cup – St Pauls 0-3 Davitts 2-2
The Senior footballers progressed to the next round of the Beringer Cup with a reasonably comfortable victory over St Pauls second stringÂ at Boucher Road on Sunday 23rd.
The blusteryÂ conditions made it difficult for both teams and it was evident neither side had played any real competitive football so far this season. We enjoyed plenty of possessionÂ in the early stages, moving the ball quickly and smartlyÂ but couldnt find the target. Our only return in the early exchangesÂ was a point from play from Ciaran O’Riordan.
St Pauls, with a blend of youth and experience,Â also had a fair bit of possession in the first half but it was mostly in the middle of the park andÂ their own half back line.They rarelyÂ threatened our goal butÂ when they did, their ladsÂ were well shadowed and any danger was quickly averted through good work fromÂ Padraig McParland,Â Danny Wallace, Tony Kelly and Thomas Og Toland.
The players were also adopting to the new black card rules with Ciaran O’Riordan fallingÂ foul of the new intepretation midway through the half. It didn’t affect our rhythm though and we added a goal through Michael Rowntree and another point Liam McGivern. In reply, St Pauls registered a point of their own to leave us 1-2 to 0-1 ahead at half time.
The second half was much the same as the first with chances few and far between. The play was conjestedÂ between the two 45s, and when we did break forward, chances again went abegging.
We did register a major when Thomas Toland was on hand to tap in from close range. With legs tiring, both sides emptied the benches and St Paul’s rallied with a couple of points, although the result was never in doubt. Their cause wasn’t helped when they were reduced to 14 with 10 mins or so left and the game petered out; final score 2-2 to 0-3.
Â We now play Sarsfields this Sunday 30th, at 2.30pm.