THE GAME IN 60 SEC­ONDS

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MAIN MAN

The more im­pres­sive per­form­ers were prob­a­bly on the Feale Rangers side of things. Philip O’Con­nor was con­sis­tently im­pres­sive for Kier­ans, while sec­ond half sub Seán Ho­ran stole the show in the end, but it’s hard to look past ei­ther Seán T Dil­lon or Pat Corridan from Rangers for man of the match. We’re go­ing to give the nod to the el­der state­man who put in a stel­lar sixty min­utes in the num­ber three shirt.

KEY MO­MENT

You could ar­gue it was the send­ing off of Cor­mac Mul­vhill, or Pat O’Shea’s call to call Seán Ho­ran into the fray, but most prob­a­bly it was Ho­ran’s goal. Up un­til that point the home side seemed rel­a­tively com­fort­able in their po­si­tion.

TA LKING POINT

For all the talk about the dis­tricts not show­ing up of late, there was cer­tainly no ev­i­dence for that in Lis­towel. The Rangers were fully com­mit­ted as, in­deed, were the Saints. This was a re­ally good cham­pi­onship game be­tween two good teams play­ing at­trac­tive foot­ball. There’s still plenty of merit to the district sides in this com­pe­ti­tion.

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