28 June 2024 No Comments by The Northern Standard


Monaghan manager Vinnie Corey was proud of his team’s efforts in falling short to Galway in the last 12 of the All-Ireland SFC on Saturday: “The boys fought hard the whole way through. They worked their socks off into a strong breeze in the first half and were unlucky to go in a point down. We definitely lost the free count. I obviously haven’t looked back on it yet, but it seemed like we were on the wrong side of some very soft frees. We came here with full belief. We felt we were in a good position going into the second half, but Galway were able to hold possession for long periods and then run and get a free to settle them down. Whenever you’re getting frees that gives you more time to press the kick-out. “In the second half, we had the chance for the goal that maybe could have given us the energy to push on and it hit the crossbar. They’re the fine margins at this…

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