Casey hits ten as Two Mile House crowned IFC champions

House go senior for first time in their history

Tommy Callaghan


Tommy Callaghan


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).


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