Weekend match reports for weekend of 25th of March

The third hurling team were our first team to play this weekend and they won well against Marshalstown’s second team in Farmleigh on Saturday. The final score in this match was Monageer Boolavogue 4-14 to Marshalstown 1-12. We started well with three points from Morgan Rowsome but it was the first goal of the game from Walter Christopher which had everybody talking. A ball was played in towards the square from the right wing, when Walter made a terrific one handed over head pull to send the ball crashing into the net leaving the goal keeper helpless. Moments later we had a similar score from Micheal Somers, who made a one handed pull from a long ball sent in from midfield which ended up in the roof of the net. Barry Millar completed a great run of three goals in the space of a few minutes and by this stage we were looking very comfortable. The half time score was 3-09 to 0-06. Marshalstown fought back in the second half but our half time lead was too large for them to get closer than 10 points and we eventually ran out 11 point winners.


1. Larry Carthy 2. Maurice McGrath 3. Robert Rowsome 4. Martin Sweeney 5. James O Loughlin 6. Michael Ivory 7. Anthony Dempsey 8. Sean McCabe 9. Paddy Walsh 10. William Murphy 11. Colin Hawkins 12. Morgan Rowsome 13. Walter Christopher 14. Micheal Somers 15. Barry Millar Subs: Conor Doyle for Walter Christopher, Ed Rowsome for Robert Rowsome,  Walter Christopher for William Murphy

Scorers: Morgan Rowsome 0-07, Micheal Somers 2-00, Barry Millar 1-01, Walter Christopher 1-00, Paddy Walsh 0-02, Ed Rowsome 0-02, Michael Ivory 0-01, Conor Doyle 0-01


Our first team played against Buffer’s Alley’s second team on Sunday and lost by 1-12 to 1-11. Our lads didn’t perform very well on the day but were still in with a shout right until the end, we probably deserved a draw because Buffer’s Alley’s last point went wide.

Team was:

1. Sean Murphy 2. Brendan Carton 3. Tommy Breen 4. Sean Doran 5. Liam Gahan 6. Brian O Loughlin 7. Liam Gahan 8. Bertie Gahan 9. Dean Fenlon 10. Niall O Loughlin 11. Ger Daly 12. Niall O Reilly 13. James Sweeney 14. David Breen 15. Mick Sweeney Subs; Peter Mernagh for Mick Sweeney, Mark Walsh for Brendan Carton, Matthew Dunne for Ger Daly, Denis Walsh for Dean Fenlon, Damien Fenlon for James Sweeney

Scores: Niall O Loughlin 1-8 frees, Bertie Gahan  0-01, Peter Mernagh 0-01, Mark Walsh 0-01.


The Second team played Shamrocks second team on Sunday evening and lost out on a scoreline of 0-10 to 1-04. Our lads never really got going and many chances weren’t taken during the game.


1. Morgan Gahan 2. Mick Ivory 3. Denis Walsh 4. Sean Doran 5. Damien Fenlon 6. Chris Daly 7. Colin Hawkins 8. Aidan Gahan 9. Liam Gahan (Ballysimon)  10. Ed Rowsome 11. David Breen 12. Patrick Walsh 13. Niall Finn 14. John O Loughlin 15. Laurence Murphy Subs: Morgan Rowsome for Niall Finn, Brendan Carton for Mick Ivory, James Sweeney for Patrick Walsh, Sean McCabe for Aidan Gahan

Scores: Ed Rowsome 0-03 (0-02 frees) Laurence Murphy 1-00, David Breen 0-01