Sunday, 23 March 2014

Mixed results for Senior teams but Minors impress

St.John’s Club notes:

Mixed results for Senior teams but Minors hugely impressive
Weekend’s results
Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 2
St John's 1-13 Owenmore Gaels 0-1
Fureys Coaches Senior Football League Division 1
 St John's 0-5 Tubbercurry 0-10
Minor League: 
St. John’s 10-10 Owenmore Gaels 3-9

St John’s scored a notable double over neighbours Owenmore Gaels at the weekend. In the Fureys Coaches sponsored Senior leagues the St.John’s  side had a good win over the Gaels on Saturday the Gaels only managing to register 1 point over the sixty minutes.
On Sunday in Stenson Park Tubbercurry were the visitors but St. John’s fell to a stronger Tubbercurry side.
The Minors display was most encouraging  of the weekend and with the final score resembling more like a cricket score than a football match. The display will have given great encouragement to joint Minor Managers Fergal Henry & Joe Brehan as they prepare for their next match versus Coolera/Strandhill on Tuesday April 8th next.

St.John’s blow Gaels away
St.John’s scored a convincing victory over neighbours Owenmore Gaels on Sunday in Collooney in the Sligo Minor League.  St. John’s were in total command for the most part but the Gaels staged a mini-revival early in the second half to make a game off it. St. Johns regained control at the midpoint of the second half and players who impressed in an overall resounding team victory were Ryan Blake, Evan Tuffy, Cian Clancy, Alex Selby, Aaron Clerkin, Conor King, Paul McNamara, Conor Sweeney, Brian McGowan, Keelan Kelly, Cian Haugh, Cillian Gallagher and Emmett Flanagan.  Final score from Collooney St. Johns 10-10 Owenmore Gaels 3-9
Our next game is at home in Stenson Park against Coolera / Strandhill with a throw in time of 6.30pm on Tuesday 8th April.

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