The credit union Co. Senior Football League Division 2,

 Round 1

Referee : Michael Hennessy

Tadgh Ahern,  Danny Wrenn, Paudie Lehane, Cian  O Donoghue, Billy  O Brien,   Darragh Lehane,  Kieran  Murphy, Jimmy O Leary,
John Foley (1.0) Damien Clifford (0.3) Ronan Buckley (0.1) Joe Clifford (0.1) Derry Ahern (0.1) Anthony Kennedy (1.1) Peadar Keane.

Subs Senan  Wrenn, Eoghan  Darmody, Paul O Donoghue  (1.0) Conor O Sullivan,  Stephen Brosnan, Sean Lehane, Darragh O Shea,
Anthony Sweeney, Cian Bradley, Brian Kennedy,  Sean O Sullivan,  Denis O Leary,  Conor O Shea,  Conor Keane


Final score Listry 3-8 Glenflesk 2-12.

Glenflesk won this Division 2 first round game played in Listry on Sunday

with a last minute penalty. Listry had a chance to gain a draw during the

added time but could not find the score to level matters. Glenflesk were

first to register with a point from Paudie Healy. Glenflesk playing with a

strong wind were then rocked when Paul O Donoghue blasted to the net for a

Listry goal. Glenflesk then took over or rather Darragh Roche did as he

scored 1-4 inside 5 minutes to push Glenflesk ahead 1-5 to Listry’s goal

after 15 minutes. The remainder of the half was pretty even but Listry were

to score 3 points from Derry Ahern, Joseph and Damien Clifford Glenflesk who

had 2 Jeff O Donnoghue points to leave the half time score Listry 1-3

Glenflesk 1-8. Now playing with the wind in the second half Listry quickly got into the game

and after a Derry Ahern point Anthony Kennedy hit the Glenflesk net to

leave the minimum between the sides after 39 minutes. Glenflesk then got

their first score of the second half, a Jeff O Donoghue point. John Foley

then put Listry in front for the first time with Listry’s third goal.

Glenflesk with 3 Darragh Roche points to Listry with points from Anthony

Kennedy and Damian Clifford had Listry leading by a point when that penalty

arrived and try as they could Listry were only able to manage 1 point as

Glenflesk ran out winners on the score Glenflesk 2-12 Listry 3-8.

This was a game that no team deserved to lose but Glenflesk will be happy with the 2 points

as Listry will improve as players who are injured return over the next few weeks.

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