Win for Intermediates in Kilmaley

Intermediate League Round 6.
Kilmaley V Newmarket on Fergus in Kilmaley
7.30 th June 2017

Newmarket team:
Jack O’Connor, Paudie Conway, Eoin McInerney, Pakie McCormack, Patrick Duggan, Alan McInerney, Martin Frawley,
Paraic McMahon, James Warren, James Freeman, Liam Clancy, Cathal Noonan, Liam Harkin, Shane Liddy and Colm McCaul.
Subs: Paul McInerney for Harkin and Alan O’Flanagan for McCaul.

Kilmaley: Paul Kennedy, Talty, Stephen McNamara, Tomas Barry, Kevin McNamara, Alan Markham, Padraig O’Connor, O’Malley,
Conor Neylon, Joseph Carmody, Andrew Kelly, Conor Sexton, Eanna McMahon, Barry Lynch and O’Rourke.
Playing with the wind in the 1st half the Blues of Newmarket needed to get a good start and with 2 points from play from the inform Shane Liddy it settled the team.
Kilmaley got one back from O’Rourke. Newmarket had a good percentage of the play in the next 1/4 but the shooting let them down with a few wides. Up steps Martin Frawley in the 12th minute to score from play following a few more wides, Liam Clancy opens his account with a fine point. 2 minutes later Malachy Noonan raises a green flag
with a long range shot misjudged by the keeper to bring Newmarket into a 1-05 to 0-1 on the 17th minute. Pauric McMahon was working hard all over the field and came out of a ruck with the sliotar and slotted it over for a fine point. Liam Clancy closes our scoring with a free which in general were hard come by won by Duggan, closing the 1st half with a 1-08 to 0-04 score.
Kilmaley opened the 2nd half with 2 frees with Carmody slotting any chances he got. Mal opens out account with a point from play from a tight angle followed up by a fine point of his own from Shane Liddy. On a very wet evening the rain eventually stopped Clancy took his chance to slot over another free then Kilmaley get 3 on the trot allfrom
Carmody. There was no stopping Shane Liddy tonight, another point from play and then he rattled the net 2-12 to 0-10. The last score comes from Play from the stick of Harkin.

Overall a good performance considering the weather conditions. Smiley could be heard inspiring all the players from full back (even the Kilmaley lads), Pauric McMahon, Liam Clancy, Shane Liddy with 1-04 also did really well.

Special Mention to Pauric McMahon, the clubs very hardworking PRO who turned 21 this week, Happy Birthday from all at Cora Chaitlín Paudie.

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