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Ardboe Defeat Omagh In Ladies Quarters

Friday 31.05.2013
Team Talk Mag
Club


Ardboe secured their place in the Intermediate Semi Final with a 10 point victory over Omagh in the quarter final played in Moy. Ardboe took an early lead with points coming from Karen Quinn, Jennifer McGuigan and Maeve Wylie before Omagh got their only score of the half. Hannah Lydon added two well worked points for Ardboe while Omagh were guilty of wasting a number of good opportunities in front of goal.
Maeve Wylie and Hannah Lydon converted 2 free kicks for Ardboe approaching half time to leave the Loughshore side in a very strong position with the half time score Ardboe 0-8 Omagh 0-1.
Ardboe began the second half where they left off in the first with Kerrie Graham kicking her first score of the game. This was followed by a great point from Rachel McConville from 40 yards which meant that all six of Ardboe’s forwards had now managed to score. Ardboe’s defence continued to make life hard for the Omagh forwards with Claire Muldoon and Eimear Quinn cutting out a number of attacks. Ardboe continued to push on with Eimear Quinn driving forward from the back to hit a great point.
The Rossas found the net midway through the second half after Maeve Wylie got on the end of a through ball from Rebekah Forbes to flick it past the keeper into the net. Omagh to their credit kept battling and with Christiane Hunter, Nichola Donnelly and Breona Colton to the fore they managed to pull a goal back. They had a few chances near the end to grab a second goal but Ardboe were determined to keep them out with some great last minute blocks on the line. Final Score Ardboe 1-14 Omagh 1-4.

Ardboe Team and Scorers:
Siobhan O’Hagan; Maria Quinn, Claire Muldoon, Niamh Quinn; Maggie Hagan, Eimear Quinn (0-1), Carolyn Bell; Sarah McConville, Hannah Quinn; Jennifer McGuigan (0-1), Karen Quinn (0-2), Rachel McConville (0-1); Maeve Wylie (1-3), Kerrie Graham (0-2),Hannah Lydon (0-3) Subs: Rebekah Forbes (0-1) for Kerrie Graham, Caoimhe Coney for Rachel McConville, Brona Devlin for Maeve Wylie

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