Féile na nÓg 2015

Feile Football 2015

Football Feile Fever has come to an end in Monageer/Boolavogue for 2015. A great weekend was had by all involved.

Games started on Friday evening in Ramsgrange against a very strong Kildare team from Eadestown. The opposition dominated the game despite a huge effort from Monageer/Boolavogue. Game ended up Eadestown 2-6 Monageer/Boolavogue 0-1. The second game Friday evening was against St James of Ramsgrange. Two evenly matched teams had a tremendous battle. While Monageer/Boolavogue pulled away at the start of the second half St James balanced the scores by two quick goals. Some excellent long runs and scoring from Aaron Miller and Noel Rowsome secured the win for Monageer/Boolavogue with a final score line of Monageer/Boolavogue 4-6 St James 3-2.

Saturday morning started off by playing our visiting team Donaghmoyne Fontenoys from Co. Monaghan on home ground. Donaghmoyne are a strong footballing club who have had huge success at all levels in their county over the past few year. While the visitors had much of the possession in the first half, they were unlucky to concede an early goal from a high ball in that dipped under the crossbar which kept Monageer/Boolavogue in the game. This was an interesting clash of two different styles of football. The visitors played a keep possession, slow build up type of game and the home teamed played a more direct game of running through the defence and taking scores from distance with successful long range kicking come from Aaron Miller and Noel Rowsome keeping the home side in the game . With a minute to go it looked like the visiting team who were a point ahead would be victors but a last minute goal from Daniel Rooney put the home side 2 points up and the gamed ended Monageer/Boolavogue 3-6 Donaghmoyne 2-7.

After lunch on Saturday it was off to Blessington to play in the Cup quarter final as Monageer/Boolavogue came second in their group. The game was against a strong football club St Gabriel’s of Galway who had demolished 3 other teams on their way to the qtr finals. St Gabriels proved too strong for Monageer/Boolavogue all over for the pitch and dominated possession and scoring. The game ended Monageer/Boolavogue 0-2 St Gabriels 4-9. St Gabriels went on to have comprehensive wins in both their semi final and final and won the Division 5 cup.
Our visiting team Donaghmoyne got through to the Shield semi final in Ballinakill, Co. Wicklow (Wicklow Centre of Excellence) and played Newtown of Wicklow. Players from Monageer/Boolavogue travelled to the venue to support their visiting club. Despite playing the better football and have most of the possession Donaghmoyne missed two goal chances and missed a penalty and unfortunately their Feile 2015 ended with a 2 point defeat.

Visit our Gallery for Photo’s of the weekend. Thanks to John Brady for these excellent images.

A huge thanks to all who hosted players and mentors and all who helped out over the weekend to make this a very successful event for our club. Thanks also to the Monageer Tavern for providing dinner to all on Saturday.

Field Evening

The GAA and Camogie Clubs would like to thank all those who supported the Field Evening, all those who worked at it and the parish for the use of the Hall and adjoining park.

The winners of the raffle are 1st prize – Josie Gahan, 2nd prize Chris Murphy, 3rd Prize, Diarmuid Fenlon, 4th Prize Martina Murphy and 5th Prize Aishling Murphy.

Monageer/Boolavogue 4-20 Horeswood 2-11

Our Intermediate hurlers made the long trip to Horeswood on Friday evening last for our Division 3 encounter a successful one with a facile 15 point win. On top from the outset we led at half-time by 2-12 to 0-3, the goals coming from Peter Mernagh and Niall O Loughlin with 2 points each from Larry Murphy, James Gahan

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and Brian O Loughlin helped to build a commanding half time lead. Second half goals followed from the unstoppable Niall O Loughlin and James Gahan to finish the game early in the second half. Best on the day were Chris Daly, Niall O Reilly and Tommy Breen in defence and up front, Niall O Loughlin and Peter Mernagh excelled. Team; Seam Murphy, Niall O Reilly, Chris Daly, Paul Gahan, Dean fenlon, Tommy Breen (0-1), Mick Sweeney,Damien Fenlon (0-1), Larry Murphy (0-2), Mark Gahan (0-1), Brian O Loughlin (0-3), Colm O Loughlin, James Gahan (1-2), Niall O Loughlin (2-6, 0-2 frees) Peter Mernagh(1-4, 0-2 frees) Subs; Sean McCabe for M Sweeney, Diarmuid Fenlon for C O Loughlin, Adam Dunne for S Murphy.