Tuairisc: Cill Dara V An Mhí   20/06/2017


Thug an bua a bhí ag Cill Dara in aghaidh Laois i gCraobh Laighean cúpla seachtain ó shin misneach d’fhoireann Cian O’Neill. Bhí sé mar sprioc ag O’Neill i mbliana cluiche ceannais Laighean a bhaint amach agus le Cathal McNally ó Johnstownbridge ag dul ar bhabhta mór scórála i bPáirc Uí Chonchúir, Tulach Mhór bhí an lámh in uachtar go luath ag Cill Dara agus beidh siad in a chéad Craobh Laighean ó 2009.

Kildare’s win over Laois in the Leinster Championship two weeks ago couraged Cian O’Neill’s team. It was a target of O’Neill’s to get to the Leinster finals this year and with Cathal McNally from Johnstownbridge going on a scoring spree in O’Connor Park, Tullamore, Kildare had an early upper hand and they will be in their first Leinster finals since 2009.

Bhí Cill Dara chun tosaigh 1-10 go 0-4 ag leath am agus tosc go bhfuair an Mhí ceithre cúilín i ndiaidh a chéile ag tús an dara leath níor tháinig líonrith orthu agus d’imigh Cill Dara níos faide chun tosaigh le cúilíní ó Feely and Flynn.

Kildare were ahead 1-10 to 0-4 at half time and although Meath got 4 points in a row at the start of the 2nd half, Kildare didn’t panic and went further ahead with points from Feely and Flynn.

Thainig Eamonn Callaghan ó Nás na Ríogh mar imreoir ionaid agus fuair sé cúilín. Ag an 68ú nóiméid fuair Daniel Flynn cúl iontach chun 1 – 04 a fháil san iomlán.

Eamonn Callaghan from Naas came on as a substitute and scored a point. On the 68th minute Daniel Flynn scored a wonderful to score 1-04 in total.

An scór deireanach ná 2-16 to 0-13.

The final score was 2-16 to 0-13








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