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« Reply #15 on: January 19, 2011, 08:26:20 AM »
Donegal Under 21 Football Championship

Semi Finals:
Gaoth Dobhair 0-04 Naomh Mícheál 0-06

Saturday January 22nd
Cill Chartha v Naomh Conaill



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« Reply #16 on: January 19, 2011, 02:13:47 PM »
Grade 1 Under 21 Title For Eglish?

By editor

It looks like Eglish St. Patrick’s will add the Grade One Under Twenty One title to their list of honours this year following the results of a CCC investigation into incidents that marred the semi final game between Omagh and Derrylaughan. As a result of the investigation by the CCC Omagh St. Endas have been removed from the competition, fined and have had several individual suspensions imposed upon them. Derrylaughan have also received several suspensions for their part in the incidents.

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Re: Ulster Under 21 Football Club Championship (at Creggan)
« Reply #17 on: January 19, 2011, 05:27:36 PM »
Derry final is this weekend between Kilrea and Dungiven. Sat at 2 PM, not sure of the venue tho.

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« Reply #18 on: January 20, 2011, 12:35:09 PM »
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« Reply #19 on: January 20, 2011, 05:53:33 PM »
Welcome to Belcoo O'Rahilly's GAA Club website.

News Article - Bus to U21 Game in Belfast

The Club will be taking a 50 seater Bus to the Ulster Club Under 21 Championship Game between Belcoo and Monaghan Harps in Creggan, Co. Antrim on Saturday.

There are around 30 seats available for supporters. Anyone wishing to travel MUST contact Gerry McAloon or Sean Burns to BOOK a place on the bus. Places are limited so make sure you put your name down as soon as possible.

The price of this Bus is £8 for adults and £5 for Under 16's.

The Bus will be Leaving the Corner at 10.15am on Saturday

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« Reply #20 on: January 21, 2011, 09:01:03 PM »
PLEASE NOTE:

Due to the current fog and frozen pitch in Creggan, the Ulster Under 21 Championship game between Belcoo and Monaghan Harps has been moved to 12.30pm on Sunday 23rd January.

With weather conditions for Saturday due to be milder, the organising committee has decided to postpone Saturday's fixture and move it to Sunday. As a result Belcoo v Monaghan Harps will now take place at 12.30pm on Sunday, this game will be followed by Cargin v Eglish.

The 50 seater bus will still be going to the game. Bus will be leaving the corner at 9am.


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« Reply #21 on: January 22, 2011, 05:05:27 PM »
Donegal Under 21 Football Championship

Semi Finals:
Gaoth Dobhair 0-04 Naomh Mícheál 0-06

Saturday January 22nd
Cill Chartha 0-04 Naomh Conaill 0-06

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Re: Ulster Under 21 Football Club Championship (at Creggan)
« Reply #22 on: January 23, 2011, 07:22:27 PM »
Crossmaglen Rangers beat St Pats Cullyhanna in the Armagh final today.

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« Reply #23 on: January 24, 2011, 09:12:06 AM »
Quarter Finals:

Belcoo O'Rahillys 2-10  Monaghan Harps 0-04
Laoch na hImeartha: Johnathan Feeley(Belcoo)

Cargin Erin's Own 2-07  Eglish St Patricks 0-10
Laoch na hImeartha: James Laverty(Cargin)

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« Reply #24 on: January 24, 2011, 09:58:49 AM »
Ulster U21 Q-Final: Belcoo 2-10 Monaghan Harps 0-4

Belcoo produced an excellent hour of football to secure their place in the Ulster Club Under 21 Semi Finals following a superb 2-10 to 0-4 victory over Monaghan Harps in Creggan on Sunday.

It was the Harps who had the better of the opening exchanges, Donal Hahessy registered the opening score on two minutes while Belcoo goalkeeper Aidan Leonard was forced to make a great save before Eoin Leonard and Ryan McGovern combined to clear the danger.

Jonathan Feeley pointed after collecting a pass for Brian Cox and the next score was to be a goal by Ryan Leonard, a mix up in the Monaghan defense allowed the twin to break through and finish well. Following this goal Belcoo grew in confidence, Ronan Ferguson added a free but again it was Hahessy who responsed.

Midway through the half Belcoo hit the woodwork twice from two well worked moves but it took a good Shain Gallagher score to keep the scoreboard ticking over. Ronan Ferguson again added a free as Belcoo stretched their lead.

By the closing moments of the half Belcoo's defense were on top and looking solid while in the middle third Belcoo were on winning the majority of possession and looked dangerous with every attack. Jonathan Feeley kicked the last score of the half to leave Belcoo winning 1-5 to 0-2 at the interval.

Again the Harps started the half quicker and registered 2 points to close the gap to just four points. A great catch by Patrick Burns in the 6th minute set up Belcoo's first score of the half, Shain Gallagher was the man to kick this score. Cox and Feeley combined before the latter was fouled and kicked the resulting free kick. It was again Jonathan Feeley who added Belcoo's next score and his fourth of the game to open up a sizable lead as the game moved into the final 10minutes.

The busy Barry McGovern operating on the half back line got forward and fisted a score before the other hardworking half back Stephen Nolan advanced forward and kicked a good score. In the dying moments Paul Duffy found the net to complete the scoring and secure a place in the semi final.

A Laoch na hImeartha award was given to Jonathan Feeley who had a excellent hour but in truth the whole squad and management must be commended for their achievements considering they haven't had much competitive football over the last 3 months.


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« Reply #25 on: January 25, 2011, 04:13:27 PM »
Cargin Erin's Own(Antrim) 2-07  Eglish St Patricks(Tyrone) 0-10

In the second match of the day and backed by a good Cargin support who travelled in numbers the short distance from Toome, Ryan Mc Kernan got Cargin off to the perfect start when he slotted home a 4th minute goal for the opening score of this Thomas Devlin Ulster U21 Championship quarter-final against Tyrone champions Eglish. Cargin’s centre half back, Marty Kane added a point two minutes later with Paul Mc Cann fisting Cargin’s third score over the bar in the 10th minute of play.

Cargin were totally on top in all areas of the field and when John Carron and Brendan Laverty added points a piece in the 11th and 12th minutes a total rout seemed to be on the cards.

Due to difficult conditions underfoot the play was sometimes scrappy with numerous frees being conceded by both teams. It was no surprise that it was a free conceded by the Cargin defence in the 20th minute that set up Eglish’s first score with centre half forward Paul McKillion slotting over from 13 metres .  Within a minute Eglish’s Paul McElroy scored a fine point from play giving his team a much needed boost however Cargin responded immediately with the best score of the half, Brendan Laverty slotting the ball over the bar following some brilliant attacking play from James Laverty and Paul Mc Cann.

Approaching the end of the first half Eglish were just about keeping themselves in the game with a pointed free from the their full forward Gregory Jordan however James Laverty restored Cargin’s six point lead with a much deserved score from play. Both teams had great goal chances in the final minute of the half, both Cargin’s Mark Kelly and Eglish’s Paul McElroy missing relatively easy chances.

Half time Cargin 1-06 Eglish 0-03

Eglish made the stronger start to the second half securing the first two scores (both points) to reduce the margin to 4 points however Cargin responded with a 4th minute Paul McCann point this again followed some tremendous battling by James Laverty who secured possession and started the move on his own half back line before combining with Mark Kelly who released McCann for the tap over. Sean Mc Killion kept the difference at four with a great point, possibly the best score of the game in the 8th minute.

Cargin seemed to be in total control again when in the 16th minute Mark Kelly put the ball in the back of the net after a catalogue of errors in the Eglish defence. It seemed that the game was all but over
as a contest over as it moved into the final quarter however when Cargin midfielder John Carron was dismissed by referee Barry Cassidy in the 20th minute Eglish sensed an opportunity to snatch the game from the Antrim champions.

Firstly Gregory Jordan brought the game back to six points with a fine point from play, this was quickly followed by two points from Sean Mc Killion, one from a free, leaving four points between the teams with 6 minutes of ordinary time remaining.  Paul Mc Elroy slotted over a great point in the 27th minute leaving Cargin with a very uncomfortable and dangerous lead to defend for the final few minutes, however even with 5 minutes of injury time played Cargin were able to shut out the Eglish attacks and there were to be no further scores.

Cargin’s James Laverty was the outstanding player on the field and was rightly awarded the Denvir Plumbing sponsored Laoch na hImeartha Award.


Final score Cargin 2-07 Eglish 0-10

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Re: Ulster Under 21 Football Club Championship (at Creggan)
« Reply #26 on: January 25, 2011, 04:30:16 PM »
See Cross didn't bother entering  ::)

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Re: Ulster Under 21 Football Club Championship (at Creggan)
« Reply #27 on: January 25, 2011, 05:02:47 PM »
See Cross didn't bother entering  ::)

How could they when the u 21 final was only played at the weekend?

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Re: Ulster Under 21 Football Club Championship (at Creggan)
« Reply #28 on: January 25, 2011, 07:06:51 PM »
"GAA Burren manager Sean Ward says they have received a bye to the Creggan Ulster U21 Club Ch'ship semis after Crossmaglen opted out"
Surely no harm in playing it next week?
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Re: Ulster Under 21 Football Club Championship (at Creggan)
« Reply #29 on: January 25, 2011, 07:23:58 PM »
"GAA Burren manager Sean Ward says they have received a bye to the Creggan Ulster U21 Club Ch'ship semis after Crossmaglen opted out"
Surely no harm in playing it next week?

What would you rather do, play half a team as you are getting ready for a significantly more important competition in a few weeks or play in a tournament and risk injury to some of your most important players?