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07 Dec 2021

Naas set up date with Moorefield in SFC semi final

Larries go under by three points

Naas set up date with Moorefield in SFC semi final

Ailin McDermott scored 1-3 for Naas against St Laurence's

Naas turned the tables on St Laurence's this afternoon at St Conleth's Park to book a place in the Joe Mallon Motors SFC semi final and a meeting with champions Moorefield.

St Laurence's who defeated Naas in the final group game trailed by a single point at the break (0-7 to 1-3) the goal coming from Adam Steed, as good a volley as you will see for many a day.

Naas though they found it difficult to totally pull away from The Larries always seemed that bit capable of scoring when it was needed and they finally shook off the opposition scoring the last few points to win on a final score of Naas 1-13 St Laurence's 2-7.

Ailin McDermot was Naas top scorer with an impressive 1-3.

Full time

Naas 1-13

St Laurence's 2-7


Scorers: Ailin McDermott 1-3, Ronan Joyce 0-5 (3frees), Ciaran Doyle 0-2, Aidan Begley 0-2, Eamonn Callaghan 0-1.

St Laurence's Adam Steed 2-1, Padraig Fogarty 0-5 (2 frees), Niall Clynch 0-1.

NAAS: Luke Mullins; Shane Beregin, Eoghan Bateman, Paul Sullivan; Brian Stynes, Eoin Doyle, Ailin McDermott; Ross Kelly, Brian Byrne; Brian Kane, Eamonn Callaghan, John Hill; Willie Murtagh, Ronan Joyce, Ciaran Doyle. Subs: David Gahan for Ross Kelly (37 minutes); Aidan Begley for Ciaran Doyle (48 minutes); Dallan Gallaghr for Willie Murtagh (59 minutes).

ST LAURENCE'S: Shane Connolly; Darragh Miley, Eoin Clifford, Michael Sullivan; Niall Clynch, Tommy O'Neill, Stephen Mann; Padraig O'Neill, Mark Glynn; Jason McHugh, Adam Steed, David O'Driscoll; James Fahey, Padraig Fogarty, Billy Kieran. Subs: Eoin O'Neill for Mark Glynn (33 minutes); Karl O'Brien for Stephen Mann (47 minutes); Barry Mackey for Darragh Miley (54 minutes).


REFEREE: Ray Kelly.

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