07 Dec 2021

Kildare way too strong for Carlow U20s

Dublin next up in semi final

Kildare way too strong for Carlow U20s

Mark Barrett in top form for Kildare

For the second week in a row Kildare U20s posted up a big score line, this time against Carlow when they booked a place in the Eirgrid Leinster U20 football championship semi final and a meeting with Dublin.

In the end there was all off 23 points separating the sides at Netwatch Cullen Park on Friday evening in a final score line of Kildare 4-19 Carlow 0-8.

Despite that final score line Kildare led by just five points at the break, having gone into 0-4 to no score lead after just eight minutes. However second half goals from Paddy Woodgate, Neil Murphy, Aaron Masterson and Shane O’Sullivan saw Kildare having little trouible in disposing of a rather weak Carlow side.

Scorers: Kildare, Jimmy Hyland 0-5 (2 frees), Aaron Masterson 1-2, Paddy Woodgate 1-1 (free), Niall Murphy 1-1, Shane O'Sullivan 1-1,  Padraig Nash 0-3, Sam Doran 0-2, DJ Earley 0-2 (45, free), Darragh Ryan 0-1, Jack Barrett 0-1.

Carlow, Cian Doyle 0-1, Conor Doyle 0-1 (free), Conor Crowley 0-3, Niall Roche 0-1, Ross Dunphy 0-1, Robbie Kane 0-1,  (1 free)

KILDARE: Aaron O'Neill (Carbury); Mark Dempsey (Moorefield), Mark Barrett (Ballymore Eustace), DJ Earley (Monasterevan); Stephen Comerford (Round Towers), Jason Gibbons (Kilcock), Ruadhan Ó Giolláin (Maynooth); Aaron Masterson cpt (Moorefield), David Marnell (Sarsfields); Darragh Ryan (Sarsfields), Padraig Nash (Monasterevan), Jack Bambrick (Ardclough); Jimmy Hyland (Ballyteague), Sam Doran (Johnstownbridge), Paddy Woodgate (Raheens). Subs: Jack Barrett (Leixlip) for Stephen Comerford (29 minutes); Shane O'Sullivan (Clane) for David Marnell (38 minutes); Niall Murphy (Ballymore Eustace) for Sam Doran (42 minutes); Cian Costigan (Sarsfields) for Paddy Woodgate (46 minutes): Jack Cully (Carbury) for Jimmy Hyland (48 minutes); Matthew Bett Symonds (Raheens) for Darragh Ryan (50 minutes).

CARLOW: Jack Rowan; Conor O'Doherty, James Kehoe, Sennan Molloy; Diarmuid Ruth, Josh Moore cpt, Cormac Lomax; Tommy Bric, Niall Roche Cian Doyle, Ross Dunphy, Conor Doyle; Tadhg Roche, Conor Crowley, Robbie Kane. Subs: Mikey Bambrick for Tommy Bric (42 minutes); Niall  Cawley for Cian Doyle (42 minutes); Cathal Myers for Diarmuid Ruth (50 minutes); Aidan Lillis for Cormac Lomax (52 minutes): Darragh Fitzpatrick for Conor Doyle (58 minutes); Conor Ryan for Senan Molloy (58 minutes).

REFEREE: Niall Ward, Westmeath.

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