Articles tagged with: Gormley uPVC Senior Football Championship

CHAMPIONSHIPS PROMISE ‘POT OF GOLD’ TO ANYONE GOOD ENOUGH

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13 Sep 2013 Comments Off on CHAMPIONSHIPS PROMISE ‘POT OF GOLD’ TO ANYONE GOOD ENOUGH
CHAMPIONSHIPS PROMISE ‘POT OF GOLD’ TO ANYONE GOOD ENOUGH

The club championships are hotting up, with Ballybay and Clontibret the front runners so far in the Gormley uPVC Senior Football Championship. by COLM SHALVEY Last year’s Gormley uPVC Senior Football Championship finalists Ballybay and Clontibret became the first teams to qualify for the 2013 semi-finals with wins in Round 2A last weekend. Conor McManus stole the show as Clontibret defeated league leaders Scotstown in Ballybay on Saturday, with the Ulster All-Star forward kicking 1-8 (all but two points from play) in a virtuoso performance. The 2012 runners-up were surprisingly comfortable for most ...

THE CHAMPIONS FIGHT BACK

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23 Aug 2013 Comments Off on THE CHAMPIONS FIGHT BACK
THE CHAMPIONS FIGHT BACK

Ballybay 1-08 Latton 0-09 By JOHN GRAHAM REIGNING champions Ballybay recorded their second win in this year’s Gormley uPVC Senior Football championship with this victory over Latton on Sunday last in Inniskeen in what was a re-run of last year’s semi final. This was a game where most of the drama was packed into the closing minutes as Ballybay fought back from being three points in arrears with five minutes to go to winning by four points, although it was a finish that generated a deal of controversy. Three down with five minutes left, ...

BALLYBAY BEST SECOND TIME ROUND

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6 Jul 2012 Comments Off on BALLYBAY BEST SECOND TIME ROUND
BALLYBAY BEST SECOND TIME ROUND

BALLYBAY 1-11 CARRICKMACROSS 0-10 by COLM SHALVEY BALLYBAY made their second chance count with a four-point win over Carrickmacross in their Gormley uPVC Senior Football Championship preliminary-round replay at Clontibret last Sunday. Ballybay have been the highest goal-scoring team in senior football for the last few years and again so far this season and it was one of those three-pointers, scored by Shane McQuillan midway through the second half, which proved crucial here. Both sides made two changes from the drawn game. Ballybay had Paul Finlay and Ryan Wylie back, while Carrick had Stephen Gollogly ...