29 July 2016 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Currin’s travails in the intermediate league continue. On Sunday last, they out-scored (0-15 to 3-8) Emyvale but it was the visitors who went home with the Spoils after a fine contest.

The homesters have been struggling of late to combat the effects that both injuries and emigration have had on their already small panel.
That said, they started brightly, going five points ahead due to the complete dominance of Dick Clerkin, Jack Mc Carron and Stephen Smith.

Indeed, Emyvale scored their only point from play in the first half in the eight minute.

However, an injury to McCarron in the tenth minute changed the complexion of the game even though Currin still maintained a five point lead approaching half time when Daniel Mc Nally struck in injury time to capitalise on two moments of indecision in the host’s defence and score two goals leaving Currin facing into a 0-8 to 2-3 deficit at the short whistle.

In an exciting second half the lead exchanged hands a number of times with Currin again in front as the game reached injury time only …

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