Coogan back in business
KILTEGAN HOLLWOOD 0-11 1-05
KILTEGAN took the spoils, in this entertaining Philip Doyle Junior B football championship match played in very wet conditions on Thursday night last.
Padraig Keogh pointed the opening score in the second minute to get the home side off the mark.
Hollywood turned over possession and John Keogh intercepted and landed a second point for Kiltegan.
Keith Peppard got Hollywood’s first chance of a score from a free, but dragged his effort wide.
Kiltegan had a lot of possession but could not convert it into scores, adding four wides as they let the visitors off the hook.
Andrew Corrigan played a great ball into full-forward James Mooney who laid off to John Burke, who was fouled.
John Burke pointed the free for Hollywood’s opener in the 18th minute.
Moment’s later, John Burke was fouled out on the wing, Burke pumped in a high ball into the danger zone from the free, where Dan Burke flicked on, his shot rebounded back off the post but Alan Roddy was in first to finish to the net to put Hollywood ahead 1-01 to 0-02 after 22 minutes played.
John O’Toole won the kick-out and played a great pass into John Keogh who was bearing down on goal.
Stephen Burke stopped Keogh in his tracks, but picked up a black card for his troubles.
John Keogh tagged on another point for the home side. Kiltegan introduced Steven Coogan into the fray but they were blown for overcarrying, and John Burke pointed the resultant free.
Keith Peppard dropped another shot short into Cian O’Toole who cleared as the half-time whistle sounded with the score reading Kiltegan 0-03 to 1-02 for the Hollywood men.