05 Dec 2021

Two Mile House defeat Nurney to book final spot

Winners never under any pressure in IFC semi final

Two Mile House defeat Nurney to book final spot

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.

Full time

Two Mile House 1-13

Nurney 1-7

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.

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