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Ulster Make it 3-in-a-Row

Sunday 24.02.2013
Team Talk Mag

Railway Cup title number 31 for Ulster and more importantly another 8 medals for the Tyrone men.  Well done to Joe McMahon, Justin McMahon, Martin Penrose, Cathal McCarron, Connor McAliskey, Peter Harte, Pascal McConnell and Sean Cavanagh from

Aaron McKernan kicks the final point of a very entertaining match from a free and it’s all over.

Conor McManus kicks a wonderful point and Ulster lead 3-11 to 0-17.

Stephen Cluxton reduces the lead to two points with a 45.  Three minutes to go. Ulster 3-10 Leinster 0-17

Justin McMahon comes on for Ulster.  That’s Tyrone’s sixth representative on the field this afternoon.

Brogan slots his tenth point of the afternoon.  Clarke kicks another point off the right foot to stop the Leinster comeback.  Ulster 3-9 Leinster 0-15

Kevin McMenamin reduces the lead with a point and Brogan kicks his ninth point.  Ulster 3-8 Leinster 0-14.

Peter Harte puts a lovely pass into Michael Murphy.  Murphy finds Mark McHugh and he send Ulster five points up.

GOAL Ulster!  Jamie Clarke breaks clear and fires the ball into the bottom corner of the net.  Ulster 3-7 Leinster 0-12

49 mins – Peter Harte latches on to a Sean Cavanagh pass and bombs through for an Ulster point.  Ulster 2-7 Leinster 0-12

Brogan once again slots another free.

46 mins – Sean Cavanagh puts Ulster back in front 2-6 to 0-11 from a free in under the Davin Stand end of the ground.

Brogan kicks his second point of the second half from a free to level the game at 2-5 to 0-11.

GOAL Ulster!  Conor McManus puts the ball into the net after a one two with Mark McHugh.  Ulster lead 2-5 to 0-10.

Half time in Croke Park and Ulster trail Leinster 1-4 to 0-9.  It could and should have been much worse for Ulster but Pascal McConnell has kept Ulster in the game.

Jamie Clarke fouled.  Sean Cavanagh kicks the point from the free to reduce the lead to two points.

Hughes, McHugh and David Givney combine to pull a point back for Ulster.  Leinster 0-9 Ulster 1-3.

26 mins – Another free for Leinster and Brogan.  They lead 0-9 to 1-2.  Ulster need to stop this little flow of scores.

24 mins – Bernard Brogan slots a free for Leinster.  Joe Kernan calls Kevin Niblock ashore and Michael Murphy is on.

Conor McManus kicks a point from 45 metres and Ulster look a bit happier with themselves now.  Ulster 1-2 Leinster 0-7

19 mins – Peter Harte wins a penalty and Jamie Clarke converts the spot kick.  Ulster 1-1 Leinster 0-7

17 mins – Leinster move five ahead.  Bernard Brogan kicks a lovely curling point over the bar.  Seconds later he won the ball out in front and has put Leinster 0-7 to 0-1 up.

Pascal McConnell is keeping Ulster in the game at the minute.  He has pulled off two brilliant saves at the hands of Bernard Brogan.   Leinster lead 0-5 to 0-1 after 14 minutes.  Martin Penrose has kicked Ulster’s only point of the game so far.

Five Tyrone men have started for Ulster today.  Pascal McConnell, Joe McMahon, Peter Harte, Martin Penrose and Sean Cavanagh all on board with Justin McMahon, Cathal McCarron and Connor McAliskey on the bench.



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