Casey hits ten as Two Mile House crowned IFC champions

House go senior for first time in their history

Tommy Callaghan

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Casey hits ten as Two Mile House crowned IFC champions

Caomhan Doolin on the attackfor Two Mile House

Two Mile House were crowned intermediate football champions this afternoon following a comprehensive win over Monasterevan  at St Conleth's Park this afternoon.

Leading 0-9 to 0-5 at the break they can thank sub keeper Didier Cordonnier for a vital save just before half time while he also made a brilliant save in the second half but star of the show was Aidan Casey who hit a magnificent ten points.

Final score Two Mile House 0-16 Monasterevan 1-8.

Scorers: Two Mile House, Aidan Casey 0-10 (6 frees), Chris Healy 0-3, Caomhan Doolin 0-1, Jack Collins 0-1, Mark Sherry 0-1.


Monasterevan, Padraig Nash 1-4 (3 frees), wayne Fitzpatrick 0-1 (free), Cormac Stapleton 0-1, Paul Kelly 0-1, Ryan Bannon 0-1.

TWO MILE HOUSE: John Goff; Chris Julian, William Burke, Andrew May; Matt Kelly, Finnian Breen, Jack Collins; Peter Kelly, Shane Darcy; Stuart White, Caomhan Doolin, Gavin Burke; Chris Healy, Mark Sherry, Aidan Casey. Subs: Didier Cordonnier for John Goff (20 minutes); Conor Keogh for Matt Kelly (37 minutes); Joe Darcy for Gavin Burke (45 minutes); Chris Julian for Stuart White (57 minutes); David Hanley for Caomhan Doolin (62 minutes); Glen Lee for Finnian Breen (62 minutes).


MONASTEREVAN:

Robbie White; Tristan Kennedy, Eoin Stapleton, Cormac Stapleton; DJ Earley, Cian Harrison; Kevin Dunne; Gavin worrell, Lennie Havens; Paul Maloney, Padraig Nash, Paul Maloney; Wayne Fitzpatrick, Ryan Bannon, Kevin Fitzpatrick. Subs: Mark Kelly for Kevin Dunne (12 minutes); Christy Dempsey for Gavin Worrell (49 minutes); Sean Kavanagh for Paul Kelly (45 minutes).


REFEREE: Liam Herbert