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Errigal Outclass Mullahoran In Ulster Club Series.

Sunday 21.10.2012
Team Talk Mag

Mullahoran lead 0-1 to no score after point from Enda Reilly in first minute.

Ronan Mac Rory levels after good play from Davy Harte two minutes in.

Large crowd, bright sunshine and a great day for football. Damien Mc Dermott capitalises on mistake in Mullahoran defence and Errigal lead 1-1 to 0-1 four minutes gone.

Ronan Mac Rory gets his second point five minutes in as Errigal build on their good  start 1-2 to 0-1.

Eddie O’Reilly with a second free and that is 1-2 to 0-2 as the Cavan champions make the best of their second chance.

Errigal look very composed in open play showing great support and confidence in possession.

Although they are playing into the breeze Errigal look the team most likely.

Errigal hit a third wide in as many minutes with Ronan Mac Rory the latest to miss.

Big full forward Bryan Horisk has the chance of a goal but fists it over to make it 1-3 to 0-2 with thirteen minutes on the clock.

It is now 1-4 to 0-2 with Mc Dermott converting a free and Errigal looking very sharp.

Mullahoran respond with a goal of their own through Fergal Brady after possession was coughed up in the middle of the field. It is now 1-2 to 1-4 with 17 minutes on the clock.

Peter Harte nets after a super move and it is now 2-4 to 1-2 for Errigal after 19 minutes.

Cormac Mc Ginley in trouble after a tussle with Fergal Brady and he gets “just” a yellow card.

GAA Handball Champion Paul Brady warming up on the line and is on the field of play but misses a great chance with virtually his first touch.

Errigal defend well and a push on Enda Mc Ginley gives them a chance to break.

Six minutes to half time and Eddie O’Reilly gets a chance with an easy free but misses and Errigal still lead 2-4 to 1-2.

Two minutes to half time and Daisy makes it 2-5 to 1-2 with a fine point from a free from almost forty metres.

Errigal extend their lead with another fine point to make it seven up through Caolan Tierney 2-6 to 1-2.

Paul Brady GAA Handball champion gets a straight red card for an off the ball incident.

Three minutes of added time and Errigal in a very strong position as half time approaches. Errigal in very comfortable position.

Second half underway and Enda Mc Ginley makes it 2-7 to 1-4 with three minutes of second half played.

Errigal making the most of the extra man as Caolan Tierney picks up a knock.

Another wide from Errigal, playing the second half with the breeze.

Enda O’Reilly with a free reduces the gap to 2-7 to 1-5 following a decision against John Devine.

Big Devine does well in goals to deny Brady a chance of a goal.

The score remains 2-7 to 1-5 as yet another Mullahoran player picks up a yellow card. Davy Harte gets on the scoreboard with a super point 2-8 to 1-5 with 12 minutes of the second half gone.

Damien Mc Dermott picks up a yellow card for a foul, a real forward’s tackle.

Darren Canavan comes into the game for Errigal as one of the heroes in the Tyrone county final makes an appearance.

Tommy Canavan with a great score makes it 2-9 to 1-5 with 16 minutes on the clock.

Darren Canavan with his first score of the afternoon makes it 2-10 to 1-5 as Errigal lead by double scores.

Peter Harte sets up Brian Horisk and he finishes to the net and Errigal now lead 3-10 to 1-5 and it really is game over. Disappointingly Enda Mc Ginley leaves the field with what looks like an ankle injury with ten minutes left on the clock.

Stefan Tierney with a super score extends Errigal’s lead. 3-11 to 1-5. Nine minutes remaining.

Former county player Paul Quinn looks likely to come on as Darren Canavan makes it 3-12 to 1-5. Davy Harte makes way for Paul Quinn.

Neil Mc Garvey coming on for Errigal in place of Ciaran Mc Ginley as Mullahoran get another score.

Errigal add another point to make it 3-13 to 1-6 as Ronan Mac Rory takes a point when he could perhaps have had a goal.

Tommy Canavan makes it 3-14 to 1-6 with another fine score.

Tommy Canavan finishes to the net after Brian Horisk has a shot saved and it is now 4-14 to 1-6 for the Tyrone champions.

Stefan Tierney with a strong run and a fine finish to make it 4-15 for Errigal and they can now look forward to facing the Derry champions in the first round proper.

Mullahoran conclude the scoring with another free and it finishes 4-15 to 1-7 for the Tyrone champions.


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