Moyglass shock Saints with late Yeats leveller

Lee Grace (Carrick United) heading the ball
Moyglass hosted a strong St Michaels side and put a dent in their promotion hopes by grabbing a late equaliser in a very entertaining game. The home side took the lead in the second minute with a goal from James Fahey and held this lead until the break. Michaels came back in the second period and looked to have snatched a win with goals from Seamus Kinane and Keith Burke, but Moyglass caught them right at the end with a goal from Andrew Yeats to ensure a share of the points.

Moyglass hosted a strong St Michaels side and put a dent in their promotion hopes by grabbing a late equaliser in a very entertaining game. The home side took the lead in the second minute with a goal from James Fahey and held this lead until the break. Michaels came back in the second period and looked to have snatched a win with goals from Seamus Kinane and Keith Burke, but Moyglass caught them right at the end with a goal from Andrew Yeats to ensure a share of the points.

Kilsheelan United 7 – 1 Kilmanahan United

Kilsheelan heaped even more woes on a Kilmanahan side almost destined to drop down a division next year with a very easy win at home. The Division Two Shield winners were better all over the pitch but still took until just after the half hour to open the scoring through Ian Coughlan. This was the break they were waiting for and they doubled their advantage seven minutes later with a goal from Conor Murphy. Kilmanahan were reduced to ten men before Murphy got a second three minutes before the break to put the home side into an unassailable lead. Further goals followed in the second period from Pierce Larkin, Kevin Kirwan, Barry Hanly and Adam Hants made it seven before the visitors pulled one back from the penalty spot in the final minute.

Redmondstown 2 – 0 KilLusty

This game had a very quiet opening period where both defensives cancelled each other out, but opened up in the second half. The home side took the lead in the 50th minute when Gino Lonergan sprung the offside trap and rolled past the stranded keeper and then they went on to secure all three points seven minutes later when Paddy “Whack” O’Donnell drew the keeper before unselfishly passing to Ger Mullane to wrap up the points.