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Eire og 1-8 Gort na Mona 1-9

03/05/2011Posted by Ciaran

 The Ógs lost this game by the bare minimum and lost only  because to the excellent  free taking ability of the gort na Mona   midfielder who punished the Ógs from anywhere inside the 50 yard line .  Missing key players due to injury and exams    the ógs had only 15 players for this match. However despite this   they battled well and got off to a great start with points from Conor Burns, Daniel Reid and Brendy Haughey.  Gort na Mona  pulled back  however and by half time were two points  ahead. Early in the second half the Ógs clawed the lead back and went t in front however gort Na mona finished with three unanswered scores, the last in the final seconds, win tee game by appoint. All in all good performance from the Ógs with Aidan McKenna and Conor Ellis the full back line having excellent games supported  well  by Chirs Harrison  and Chris Murphy up front.

 

Eire Óg 1-10 St Pauls 3-6

26/04/2011Posted by Ciaran

The Ógs  lost this game by two points but in honest should have won. Missing key players due to injury and exams the ogs took a while to  get going and let St Pauls race into an early three point lead. However after 15 minutes the Ogs through Aidan McGarrity and James Lynn  began to get a grip at mid field and soon began to dominate possession but unfortunately couldn’t convert this into scores – in particular the final ball into the full forward line was letting them down . A Couple of defensive mistakes let a dangerous St Pauls full forward line  in and they capitalised with 2 goals. At half time the Ógs were trailing by 4 but with the wind behind them were confident of overturning that lead. The second half started well with Chris Murphy and aidan McGarrity once gain dominating around the middle well supported by an excellent half back line of James Lynn Stephen mcGuigan and Steven Carson. The Ógs soon narrowed the gap to two  and were looking strong, however hopes were dashed with break way goal which left the Ogs trailing by four again,. This was closed back but time ran out for the Ógs and they ended up losing by 2.

 

Eire Óg 1-16 St Agnes 0-6

19/04/2011Posted by Ciaran

Such a difference a week makes. This time the Óg’s stilled to comfortable victory over local rival’s st Agnes.  A crowd from both clubs turned out to watch what turned out to be an excellent performance  from all the Óg’s players including the 5 subs who came on. The Óg’s, perhaps with the disappointment of the previous week still affecting them, started very slowly and allowed St Agnes to race in to an early lead. The Aggies reeled over 4 scores in the first 15 minutes but that was to be their last score until well into the second half.  After 15 minutes the Óg’s settled down and began to dominate possession around the middle with Aidan McGarrity, Steven Carson and James Lynn all prominent. The dominance around the middle allowed early ball to go to young Conor burns who was in excellent form and reeled off a couple of  excellent score. Well supported by Ronan Campbell ciaran Mc Areavy and Ciaran O’Neill up front the ogs dominated possession and only for some poor shooting prevented them build up bigger half time lead.

The second half continued with the ogs having the upper hand with Chris Murphy  in particular playing extremely well. Excellent scores from Conor Burns Daniel Reid, Michalel McCamley and Brendan haughey extended the score line and in the end the Óg’s ran out very convincing winners.

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