Palatine overcome Kilbride while O Hanrahans secure second intermediate win
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Palatine overcome Kilbride while O Hanrahans secure second intermediate win

In a high scoring game Palatine got their second win in the Michael Lyng Motors senior football championship defeating Kilbride by 3-15 to 1-15 at Dr. Cullen Park yesterday evening. Two goals from Palatine corner forward Jamie Kenny enabled his side to lead by 2-9 to 0-7 at the break. A Sean Foley goal brought […]

ballIn a high scoring game Palatine got their second win in the Michael Lyng Motors senior football championship defeating Kilbride by 3-15 to 1-15 at Dr. Cullen Park yesterday evening.

Two goals from Palatine corner forward Jamie Kenny enabled his side to lead by 2-9 to 0-7 at the break. A Sean Foley goal brought Kilbride back in to contention as they narrowed the gap to five points, however Palatine let them no closer and their third goal from Paul Reid sealed the issue.

Jamie Kenny was top scorer for Palatine with 2-1 closely followed by Brian Kelly who scored six points.

Darragh Foley kicked six super long range points for Kilbride

Final score Palatine 3-15 Kilbride 1-15

O’Hanrahans got their second win and gave notice that they would like to return to senior ranks as they beat Clonmore by nine points in the Talbot Hotel intermediate football championship at McGrath Park.

The two teams were winners going in to this game, and O’Hanrahans won by nine points on a final scoreline O’Hanrahans 4-11 Clonmore 1-11

 

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Palatine overcome Kilbride while O Hanrahans secure second intermediate win

In a high scoring game Palatine got their second win in the Michael Lyng Motors senior football championship defeating Kilbride by 3-15 to 1-15 at Dr. Cullen Park yesterday evening. Two goals from Palatine corner forward Jamie Kenny enabled his side to lead by 2-9 to 0-7 at the break. A Sean Foley goal brought […]

ballIn a high scoring game Palatine got their second win in the Michael Lyng Motors senior football championship defeating Kilbride by 3-15 to 1-15 at Dr. Cullen Park yesterday evening.

Two goals from Palatine corner forward Jamie Kenny enabled his side to lead by 2-9 to 0-7 at the break. A Sean Foley goal brought Kilbride back in to contention as they narrowed the gap to five points, however Palatine let them no closer and their third goal from Paul Reid sealed the issue.

Jamie Kenny was top scorer for Palatine with 2-1 closely followed by Brian Kelly who scored six points.

Darragh Foley kicked six super long range points for Kilbride

Final score Palatine 3-15 Kilbride 1-15

O’Hanrahans got their second win and gave notice that they would like to return to senior ranks as they beat Clonmore by nine points in the Talbot Hotel intermediate football championship at McGrath Park.

The two teams were winners going in to this game, and O’Hanrahans won by nine points on a final scoreline O’Hanrahans 4-11 Clonmore 1-11

 

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