SFC DIV1 NAAS 1-24 MAYNOOTH 2-13   04/09/2018

SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP.


NAAS 1 - 24
MAYNOOTH 2 - 13


Naas had a bad start to this game conceding 1 – 2 in the first five minutes . They knuckled down and were only two behind at the interval.

Maynooth led 1 – 9 to 0 – 10. Maynooth had a dream start to the second half with a Paddy Hever goal after five minutes. After that Naas upped the pace scoring 1 – 14 in the second half to 1 – 4 for Maynooth.


Maynooth centre forward Neil Flynn left his mark on this game with 1 – 2 in the first few minutes. Naas replied with two Ronan Joyce frees.
Maynooth scored two in a row to lead 1 – 4 to 0 – 2 after ten minutes.


Naas scored four unanswered points in the next six minutes from Paul McDermott, Ronan Joyce, Brian Kane and Paul Sullivan to make it 1 – 4 to 0 – 6.


A Neil Flynn point was followed by a Ciaran Doyle point after a Brian Stynes break upfield. The sides swapped points before a Flynn free and a John McAndrew point gave Maynooth a three point lead. Naas reduced it to one with a Ronan Joyce free and a Paul McDermott point.
On the stroke of half-time a Flynn free gave Maynooth a two point advantage 1 – 9 to 0 – 10 at the break.

A Paddy Hever goal after five minutes put five between them but Naas replied immediately with a Ronan Joyce free and a Ciaran Doyle penalty to reduce the arrears to one point.


Naas were in complete control now and scored seven unanswered points in eight minutes. Maynooth replied with two Flynn frees. Naas finished the scoring with two from Ronan Joyce and one from David Gahan.

Scorers: 


Naas: Ronan Joyce(0 – 10), Ciaran Doyle(1 – 3), Dallan Gallagher(0 – 4), Brian Kane(0 – 2)Paul McDermott, Shane Bergin, Paul Sullivan, David Gahan, Brian Byrne,(0 – 1 each).


Maynooth: Neil Flynn(0 – 8, Paddy Hever(1 – 0), John McAndrew, Sean Sinclair(0 – 2 each), Danny o’Sullivan(0 – 1).


Naas: Luke Mullins, Brian Stynes, Shane Bergin, Paul Sullivan, Eoin Doyle, Eoghan Bateman, Ailin Kelly, Ross Kelly, Paul McDermott, Brian Kane, Dallan Gallagher, Brian Byrne, Ronan joyce, Eamonn Callaghan, Ciaran Doyle.








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