Glin GAA

West U21 A Semi-Final

Shannon Gaels 1-9

Daithi Brudairs 2-4.

We ground out a great win today in Tournafulla against a dogged Drom/Broadford- Feenagh/Kilmeedy combination. Eeveryone to a man player their part as we clinched another West final spot. As current holders we were determined from the get go, and went in at the break four points up with our goal coming from minor James Wallace and four points from the reliable boot of Kevin Moore and another fine effort by Daragh Noonan. The game was nip and tuck all through the second half. Jamie Long put in a powerful shift in midfield and his endeavour was rewarded with 3 valuable points. Our backs played really well in the second half and we were very much relieved at full time when referee Davy Dillane blew it up.

Team: D. Killeen, G. Stack, C. McSweeney, B. Stack, J. Stack, K. Sweeney, F. Geoghegan, T. Griffin, J. Long(0-3), John Wallace, P. Culhane, D. Noonan(0-1), James Wallace(1-1) K. Moore(0-4), C. Shaughnessy. Subs: M. McSweeney for C. Shaughnessy.

Training continues Friday night at 8pm in Ballyhahill.

Fixtures

Munster Junior C’ship Semi-final: Glin vs Kill (Waterford), Sunday, November 23rd at 2pm in Newcastle West.

After overcoming Inane Rovers in the quarter final, we face Kill who won their replayed Waterford County final last weekend by a huge margin of 18 points. This promises to be another memorable contest for us. All support is greatly appreciated as it has played a crucial role in our recent victories.

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