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NFL Final Score… Tyrone 2-11 Westmeath 0-8

Saturday 10.03.2012
Team Talk Mag
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    Tyrone are confirmed as easy nine point winners at Healy Park, the county’s fourth league win in a row and the ninth consecutive win for Mickey Harte’s men in 2012. The Red Hands were in control of this match throughout, although Westmeath fared better as the match went on as Tyrone eased off a little. The Tyrone scorers were Martin Penrose (1-2), Kyle Coney (0-4), Peter Harte (1-0), Owen Mulligan (0-2), Damian McCaul (0-1), Sean Cavanagh (0-1) and Johnny Lafferty (0-1).

    Westmeath are reduced to fourteen men as Mark Gorman is sent off and the match ends a short time later as the referee blows his whistle with only a minute of injury time played…

    A good save by Pascal McConnell prevents Westmeath from adding a goal to their account but the rebound falls kindly for the visitors and they muster a consolation point, but Johnny Lafferty hits a fine score seconds later to restore Tyrone’s nine point advantage. Tyrone 2-11 Westmeath 0-8…

    There are nine points separating the teams again as Sean Cavanagh delivers his first point of the campaign following great work by Peter Harte, Tyrone recording their 13th wide of the match a minute later. Seven minutes of normal time remaining. Tyrone 2-10 Westmeath 0-7…

    Tyrone end the little sequence of Westmeath points as Kyle Coney swings over a superb score, his fourth point of a very productive night for the Ardboe star, although Denis Glennon responds moments later with a quality point at the opposite end, and then shoots another seconds later. Tyrone still look safe with an eight point cushion, but they are not applying themselves in the same way as they were earlier in this match. Tyrone 2-9 Westmeath 0-5…

    The margin is down to nine points now as Westmeath enjoy their best spell of the match with another two points from Egan and Foley, with fifteen minutes gone in this second half. It’s now three points in a row for the visitors with Tyrone having gone a little flat in the last while, although the introduction of Sean Cavanagh and Johnny Lafferty might give Tyrone a little spark for the final quarter. Tyrone 2-8 Westmeath 0-5…

    Denis Glennon hits another fine score for Westmeath but it merely reduces his side’s deficit to eleven points as Conor Gormley makes a welcome introduction to the action in place of the injured Damian McCaul, with Colm Cavanagh having come on at the very start of the half. Tyrone 2-8 Westmeath 0-3…

    The match now lacks a competitive edge, Westmeath failing to lift their game in any way since the break and Tyrone are pulling further clear with ease, Owen Mulligan converting a free and Penrose bringing his tally to 1-2 with another pointed free. Tyrone 2-8 Westmeath 0-2…

    GOAL FOR TYRONE! The Red Hands get the second half off to a perfect start as Martin Penrose moves forward at speed and drills the ball beautifully to the back of the Westmeath net, and Tyrone’s lead has grown to ten points within seconds of the resumption. Great start to the half here and Tyrone look set to continue where they left off at half time. Tyrone 2-6 Westmeath 0-2…

    Westmeath pull one back on the stroke of half time from a free kick, but it’s a long way back for the Leinster side who had their first win of this league campaign last weekend when they defeated Galway. Tyrone are seven points to the good at the midway stage and could have been further clear as the tally of eight wides might suggest. But the football from Tyrone has again been pleasing on the eye in this NFL round 4 game, with Kyle Coney’s three points from play among the highlights so far. Peter Harte has got the goal, and Mulligan, Penrose and McCaul have all notched a point each. Unless there is a remarakable turnaround at Healy Park tonight, Tyrone look set to strengthen their position at the top of the division two table.
    HALF TIME SCORE TYRONE 1-6 WESTMEATH 0-2…

    PENALTY FOR TYRONE! Peter Harte shows brilliant quality once again as he creates a goal scoring opportunity for Paddy McNeice but the Coalisland man is fouled before he gets a chance to rattle the net, and the resultant penalty is despatched beautifully by the wonderful Harte, who maintains his incredible goal scoring record in 2012, leaving eight points between the teams approaching half time. Tyrone 1-06 Westmeath 0-1…

    Denis Glennon finally registers Westmeath’s first point of the night on 28 minutes, reducing the deficit to five points. Tyrone 0-6 Westmeath 0-1…

    Damian McCaul, playing well again tonight, gets in on the scoring act as he drives forward in typical fashion and thumps the ball between the posts, making it six points without reply. Tyrone 0-6 Westmeath 0-0…

    Kyle Coney is producing an outstanding first half tonight, and he floats over another wonderful point from play, his third of the proceedings, following great build up play by Cathal McCarron. Tyrone are cruising through this match right now with the visitors still trying to break their duck. Tyrone 0-5 Westmeath 0-0…

    Tyrone are continuing to widen the gap at Healy Park as Martin Penrose opens his account from a free kick, putting four points between the teams at the end of this opening quarter. The Tyrone defence has also been solid so far and the workrate all over the field has been good – Westmeath are fortunate not to be further in arrears just now. Tyrone 0-4 Westmeath 0-0…

    Tyrone’s enterprising football continues to please the home supporters and this time it’s Kyle Coney, with his second instalment of the evening, who shoots a quality score following great work by Aidan McCrory, who has been a revelation this year, and Owen Mulligan. Tyrone 0-3 Westmeath 0-0…

    Tyrone finally double their tally for the evening on 12 minutes, and the approach work is again eyecatching as Kyle Coney delivers the finishing touch to send his side into a deserved two point lead. The gap could be wider but Tyrone are going well in this opening quarter and surely further scores will follow. Tyrone 0-2 Westmeath 0-0…

    The division two table toppers are still searching for that second score, Martin Penrose coming close as he bursts through and shoots narrowly wide, so we’ve still got just the one score here at Healy Park tonight…

    Tyrone continue to look very sharp in these opening exchanges but still await their second score following a few wides, but the evening is shaping up with a lot of promise so far…

    Tyrone signal their intentions straight from the throw in as Owen Mulligan polishes off the game’s first attack with a great score to send the unbeaten Red Hands into the lead inisde the opening minute. Tyrone will be hot favourites to make it four wins in a row tonight and they’ve launched their evening in good style. Tyrone 0-1 Westmeath 0-0…

    There are four additional subs on the Tyrone panel Dermy Carlin, Micky Murphy, Ronan O’Neill and Conor Clarke.

    Three down and at least four games to go in the National League in 2012. First up, Westmeath in Healy Park tonight. Westmeath made a pretty poor start to the league campaign this year with two opening defeats at the hands of Louth and Meath but they served up real notice of just exactly what they are capable of by defeating Galway by a point last weekend. That was without their Garrycastle men. Interesting evening ahead then and no matter where you are from around the world Teamtalkmag.com will keep you right up to date.

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    Tyrone – Pascal McConnell, Aidan McCrory, Justin McMahon, PJ Quinn, Cathal McCarron, Peter Harte, Damian McCaul, Niall McKenna, Joe McMahon, Ronan McNabb, Mark Donnelly, Patrick McNiece, Kyle Coney, Martin Penrose, Owen Mulligan

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