Two Mile House booked their expected spot in the final of the Pittman Traffic and Safety IFC final following a six point win over Nurney at St Conleth's Park, this afternoon.
In a game that will not live long in the memory of championship football, The House were in control from start to finish and led at the break 0-8 to 0-2.
Nurney did improve somewhat in the second half, a goal from the spot from Mikey Conway gave them a lift but they never really threatened to upset the hot favourites who will now meet the winners of the Monasterevan v St Kevin's replay.
Two Mile House 1-13
Scorers: Two Mile House, Aidan Casey 0-6 (2 frees), Conor Keogh 1-0, Peter Kelly 0-3, Mark Sherry 0-2, Caomhan Doolin 0-1, Derren Casey 0-1.
Nurney, Mikey Conway 1-3 (penalty, two 45s, free), Cathal Hagney 0-2, Ciaran Callan 0-1, Brian Behan 0-1 (free).
TWO MILE HOUSE: John Goff; Andrew May, William Burke, Nathan Sherry; Gavin Burke, Matt Kelly, Finnian Breen; Peter Kelly cpt., Shane Darcy; Stuart White, Caomhan Doolin, Chris Healy; Glen Burke, Mark Sherry, Aidan Casey. Subs: Jack Collins for Gavin lBurke (15 minutes); Joe Darcy for Glen Burke (half time); Chris Julian for Matt Kelly (40 minutes); Conor Keogh for Stuart White (44 minutes); Brian Behan for Peter Sunderland (52 minutes); Didier Cordonnider for Caomhan Doolin (58 minutes).
NURNEY: Shaun Conway; Eoghan Fitzpatrick, Niall Whelan, Darragh Conway; Ciaran Callan, John Merrins, Steven Conway; Kevin Conway, Michael Conray; Darren Byrne, Adam Talbot, Brian Reilly; Peter Sunderland, Cathal Hagney, Andrew Behan. Subs: Sean Mererins for Darren Byrne (blood sub 7-10 minutes); Niall Donnelly for Steven Conway (32 minutes): Sean Merrins for Niall Whelan (32 minutes); Thomas Burke for Darragh Conway (63 minutes).
REFEREE: Henry Barrett.