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Slow start but U21s prove too strong for Mullagh

posted 15 Mar 2015, 10:44 by Garret Byrne   [ updated 15 Mar 2015, 11:01 ]
U21 B Hurling Championship Group
in Ballindereen, Sunday 15th March 2015

Here is our Facebook live Newsfeed for todays earlier must with game. Winner will be advancing to the quarter-finals (or semi-finals if get a bye).

"Teams are out on the pitch here in Ballindereen for this do or die U21 B Hurling Championship match between Kinvara and Mullagh. 
Winner takes all. Throw-in in a couple of minutes.

2 mins gone:Mullagh 0-1, Kinvara 0-0. From a free from halfway.
7 mins gone: Mullagh 1-1, Kinvara 0-1. 
10 mins gone: Mullagh 1-1, Kinvara 0-3.
25 mins gone: Kinvara 1-7, Mullagh 1-3. Impressive points from Nessan O'H, another from Tommie Kav, while Rory Cullinane got the goal (his reward for cancelling his 21st last night!). It was a superb goal that will be talked about in years to come. Did Rory solo from over 100 yards out???!!!
27 mins gone: Kinvara 1-7, Mullagh 1-4. They score from a free. Our backs under pressure the whole time.

Halftime: Kinvara 1-8, Mullagh 1-4.
The east Galway side started brightly and opened up a 1-1 to 0-1 lead after 7 mins. But Kinvara settled after and outscored for the remainder by 1-7 to 0-3.
Mullagh are lively and have dangerous forwards. 
Kinvara need some key players to get more into this game. If not , we be in trouble.

23 mins left: Kinvara 1-10, Mullagh 1-4. Good start to second half for Kinvara. Cant rest though, as must try push on as Mullagh will try hard to get back into this.
15 mins left: Kinvara 1-14, Mullagh 1-4. Kinvara keep momentum, and are holding Mullagh scoreless in second half so far.
12 mins left......Kinvara 2-14, Mullagh 1-4. Corner of the net by Conor Whelan. Kinvara just need to keep discipline now and steady the ship home.
5 mins left: Kinvara 2-19, Mullagh 2-6.

All over: Kinvara 2-22, Mullagh 2-6. 
Well done lads. We now in the last 6 teams. The matches will be tougher from here on it. 
But, two games, two wins, and we now in county quarter-final (and possibly semi-final, depending on the draw). 
Good stuff lads. Keep it up.

Kinvara team:
Darragh Kilkelly 
Shane Byrne, Tadhg Reynolds, Steve Bermingham. 
James Cronin-Rodger, Eanna Linnane, Jason O'Connor. 
Rory Cullinane, Nessan O'Hanrahan. 
Mark Bermingham, Conor WHelan, James O'Hara. 
Tommie Kavanagh, Ronan Kilkelly, Gary Kilkelly. 
Alan Keane came on, Sean Linnane came on, Conor O'Shea came on, Patrick Gallagher came on, Tommy Fordham came on, Keelan O'Rourke.