Close en­counter in Kil­coole

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(Writ­ten by Shane Creagh Niv­elles and Aaron McKenna, 5th Class St. An­thony’s)

St. An­thony’s BNS 3-06, St. Peter’s BNS 3-05: This was an evenly con­tested game with some lovely foot­ball by both sides.

St. An­thony’s got onto the score­board first with two points in suc­ces­sion by Conor Toole and Jamie Mur­ray. St. Peter’s be­gan their at­tack with Luke Clu­cas. He was un­lucky when a point went just wide, then a goal chance was saved by St. An­thony’s Conor Rubal­cava.

Conor had a fine match in goals for St. An­thony’s and kept them in the game. Conor Toole re­sponded well by get­ting a point then a goal. The half fin­ished with a goal for St. An­thony’s Jamie Mur­ray and a point for St. Peter’s Carl Doyle.

The sec­ond half be­gan with a point by Luke Evans for St. An­thony’s.

How­ever St. Peter’s came back in style with three unan­swered goals and two points. There were some fine scores by Carl Doyle and Jack Adamson.

St. An­thony’s man­aged to hang on to their lead by some good de­fend­ing by Adam Carstairs and Stephen Tay­lor. It re­ally was an ex­cit­ing and close fought sec­ond-half.

Best for St. Peter’s was Carl Doyle. For St. An­thony’s Mazen Agamy al­ways tried hard and Stephen Tay­lor did well.

St. An­thony’s: Conor Rubal­cava, Conor Martin, Adam Carstairs, James Toner, Stephen Tay­lor, Jack Bel­lamy, Dy­lan Doyle, Dy­lan Ford, Jamie Mur­ray, Mezan Agamy, Ro­nan O’Kelly, Jamie Kelly, Conor Toole, Adam Cum­mins, Luke Evans, Neil Greene, Cian Davis, Kil­lian Car­lin Hannon and Cameron Cos­grave.

St. Peter’s: Craig Toomey, Ryan Dun­ster, Keith Earls, Jor­dan Dunne, Jor­dan O’Brien, Nathan Clu­cas, Mon­tather Al­ha­lal, Hus­sein Al­ha­lal, Carl Doyle, Nathan Bas, Luke Clu­cas, Jake Adamson, Dy­lan Cassidy, Kamil Doroz, Adam McCormack, Joey De­laney and Shane Far­rell.

Match re­ports/pho­tos to be sent to Pamela McDer­mott 5thclassstan­tho­ Keep re­ports com­ing in, would love to see some re­ports from the play­ers them­selves!

St. An­thony’s, who edged out St. Peter’s.

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