07 Dec 2021

Celbridge in full control against Carbury

Winners set up semi final date with Naas

Celbridge in full control against Carbury

Hugh McGrillen in fine form for Celbridge

Celbridge had their expected win over Carbury to book their place in the SFC semi final and a date with Naas next weekend.

Leading at the break 1-6 to 0-5 and while Carbury gave it their all in the second half, Celbrige were never in any real danger going on to win rather comfortably 1-15 to 0-10.

Scorers: Celbridge, Liam O'Flynn 1-1, David Hughes 0-5 (3 frees), John Costello 0-2, Fergal Conway 0-2, Ollie Lyons 0-1, Niall Donnelly 0-1, Shane McNamara 0-1 (45), Tony Archbold 0-1, Kevin Flynn 0-1.

Carbury, Eoghan O'Flaherty 0-3 (3 frees), David Kelly 0-2, Aaron O'Neill 0-2, Morgan O'Flaherty 0-1, David Kelly 0-1, Andy Dermody 0-1.

CELBRIDGE: Shane McNamara; John Costello, Hugh McGrillen, Tony Archbold; Michael Konstantin, Mick O'Grady, conor Plunkett; Kevin Flynn, Fergal Conway; Ollie Lyons, David Hughes, Paddy Brohy; David Byrne, Kevin O'Callaghan, Liam O'Flynn. Subs: Niall Donnelly for Conor Plunkett (black card 21 minutes); Shane O'Flynn for David Byrne (54 minutes); David Wright for Liam O'Flynn (63 minutes).

CARBURY: Declan Conroy; Colm Kearney, Josh Browne, Danny Boyle; Morgan O'Flaherty, Brian O'Flaherty, Andy Dermody; Willie Groome, Aaron O'Neill; Jimmy Dunne, Derek mcCormack, eoghan O'Flaherety; Jack Cully, Stephen McGlynn, David Kelly. Subs: Dale Redmond for Derek McCormack (black card 41 minutes); Mark Cully for Jack Cully (54 minutes); Dean Cummins for Willie Groome (59 minutes).

REFEREE: Fergal Barry.

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