Furze are edged out in B Fi­nal

Mid Louth Independent - - SPORT -

NA­VAN O’MA­HONY’S fin­ished stronger to take the hon­ours in the B Foot­ball League Di­vi­sion 2 de­cider in Castle­town on Fri­day.

There was lit­tle to choose be­tween the sides for most of the hour, but it was the town side who made cer­tain of vic­tory in the clos­ing stages with a scor­ing burst that yielded 1-2.

O’Ma­hony’s were ahead by three points in the early stages be­fore hav­ing to set­tle for a 0-5 to 0-4 lead at half-time.

Eoin Fin­negan (two), Ed­ward Meade and Alan Mul­vany were the Se­neschal­stown scor­ers in the open­ing half.

Two points from half-time sub­sti­tute James Con­lon had Se­neschal­stown ahead shortly af­ter the restart. The sides were level on three oc­ca­sions in that third quar­ter be­fore Fin­negan’s fourth point left Se­neschal­stown ahead en­ter­ing the fi­nal quar­ter.

Four suc­ces­sive points gave O’Ma­hony’s the edge, though, and while Fin­negan and Jonathan Gilse­nan replied with points for the Yel­low Furze out­fit they were un­able to gain par­ity at any stage af­ter that.

The late goal put the is­sue be­yond doubt, though the win­ners were some­what flat­tered by their six-point mar­gin of vic­tory.

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