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The Men from ‘the Hill’ are Champions of Ulster!!!

Sunday 27.11.2011
Team Talk Mag

Game Over – Derrytresk are Ulster Champions!  What a performance!  They took their goals when the chances came and now they can rest up ahead of an All Ireland Semi Final.

The game enters injury time as Derrytresk get a man sent off.  Conor O’Neill receives a straight red card.

57 min – Barry Carragher reduces the lead to one with another free for Cremartin.

54 min – Liam Slater comes on for Michael Robinson.  Derrytresk earn a free directly in front of goal between the D and the 45 metre line.  Niall Gavin lands the free.  Derrytresk 2-5 Cremartin 0-9

51 min – GOAL Derrytresk!  Mickey Rea cathes a long ball from Conor O’Neill and rams to the net.  Derrytresk 2-4 Cremartin 0-9

50 min – Darren Bishop lands another free for Cremartin.  Loads of pressure on Derrytresk now.  Time to dig in.  Derrytresk 1-4 Cremartin 0-9

49 min – Kevin Brennan wins his own ball and kicks a left footed point from play.  Derrytresk 1-4 Cremartin 0-7

46 min – Peter Kilpatrick comes on for Ronan O’Neill.

45 min – Finally Niall Gavin finds his shooting boots and slots a point from a free.  Sides level again.  Derrytresk 1-4 Cremartin 0-7

44 min – Mickey Rea kicks Derrytresk’s fifth wide.  Pressure beginning to mount.

42 min – Another Niall Gavin wide from another kickable free.

41 min – Free for Cremartin.  Converted by captain Darren Bishop from 40 metres.  Derrytresk 1-3 Cremartin 0-7

39 min – Goal chance for Ronan O’Neill but Cremartin manage to clear it off the line.

35 min – Liam McVicor launches over a point for Cremartin after a nice pass from Darren Bishop.  Derrytresk 1-3 Cremartin 0-6

34 min – Michael Rea converts a free and Derrytresk are in front for the first time after an illegal pass in the Cremartin defense.

Second half up and running.  The City goals are apparently the scoring goals.  Lets hope so!

Half Time at the Athletic Grounds – Derrytresk 1-2 Cremartin 0-5.  Derrytresk must regroup now and decide how they are going to use the extra man in the second half.  The result is still very much in the balance.

29 min – Cremartin midfielder Niall Flanagan is sent off.  Second yellow card.

27 min – GOAL Derrytresk – Mickey Rea offloads to Michael Robinson who finds Caolan Corr.  Corr slots to the top left hans corner of the net.  Derrytresk 1-2 Cremartin 0-5

26 min – Gary Farrell curls a lovely point with the right foot as Cremartin move three clear.

24 min – Fourth wide for Cremartin but they make amends quickly with two sharp points from Christopher Farrell and then a huge point from Gary Boyd.  Derrytresk 0-2 Cremartin 0-4

21 min – Cremartin kick their third wide.  Derrytresk have two.  Very tight game.

18 min – Michael Rea looked like he has taken out of it after a stronf run in on goal.  Free kick on the edge of the box.  Eoin Rea kicks the free.  Level. Derrytresk 0-2 Cremartin 0-2

12 min – Niall Gavin misses an easy enough free from 25 yards.  Derrytresk slow to settle.

10 min – Cremartin are back in front.  This time Barry Carragher slots a free from the edge of the D.  Derrytresk 0-1 Cremartin 0-2

8 min – Niall Gavin converts a free after he was fouled.  Derrytresk 0-1 Cremartin 0-1

Chance for Derrytresk but Niall Gavin drops the ball into the keepers hands.

3 min – Liam McVicar opens the scoring for Cremartin.  A point but Aidan Quinn in the Derrytresk goal got his hand to it to prevent a goal.

First shot on goal for Derrytresk but wide from Mickey Rea.

Gregory Walsh from Down gets the match under way.  Derrytresk are playing in towards the Keady end of ground in the first thirty minutes.

Derrytresk team – Aidan Quinn, Sean Slater, Kevin Campbell, Caolan Corr, Eoin Rea, Cathal O’Neill, Jay Dillon, Conor Gavin, Ronan O’Neill, Liam Slater, Joe McKee, Conor O’Neill, Niall Gavin, Kevin Quinn, Michael Rea.

Cremartin are out on the pitch nice and early.  Conditions absolutely perfect under a clear blue sky as Derrytresk take to the field.

Huge day ahead for the men from ‘the Hill’.  Ask any Derrytresk man or woman if they thought they’d be county champions and in an Ulster Junior Football Championship final back in January and they’d probably say that was dreamland.  The dream is well and truly alive and Derrytresk are only an hour away from another amazing chapter in their long history.  We at have been with them all the way and we’ll be LIVE from the Morgan Athletic Grounds in Armagh to bring you right up to date.  Join us from 1.15pm ahead of the throw in at 1.30pm.


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