Intermediate Championship Quarter Final
Moate All Whites 0-11 Multyfarnham 0-11
Massive credit to the lads for digging deep when all seemed lost trailing by 3 points with 10
mins left and really struggling to get anything going.Multy undoubtedly had the upper hand
for large parts of this game but we wouldn’t go away and always kept just within touching
distance and ultimately finished strongly.4 points down at half time.We came back out with
the aid of a slight breeze and set about reducing the deficit and scored the first two points
before Multy rallied.It was at the end of a great driving run that saw Paul Gorman fist over
the equaliser in injury time and the final whistle was greeted with delight by the Moate
support who saw their lads live to fight another day.Panel;Richie Price,Sean Bracken,Paul
Gorman,Callum Jones,Gavin Murray,Andrew Gorman,Dylan Ennis,Robbie Forde,Eoghan
Dalton,Conor Sheridan,Ronan Conway,David Mullins,Ruairi Cunningham,Billy Berry,John
Corbally,James Bracken,Conor Claffey,Darren Claffey,Dwayne Farrell,Cathal O Brien,Garbhan Cunningham,Phillip King,Owen Higgins
St Lomans 2 14 MoateAllWhites 1 10
Team, O Murray, J Simpson, T Bradley, O Johnston, L Whitney, D Grenham, J O Brien, H Niall, L Gavin, E Bracken, C Bracken, T Conteh, R Jones, E Curran, D Nulty, subs used J Costello, M Henry, D Lowry, R Murray, Scorers E Curran 1 04, C Bracken 3, T Conteh 1, H Niall 1, R Jones 1
Intermediate Championship quarter final replay
After our highly intense game against Multyfarnham that ended in a draw, our replay will now be played Wednesday the 11th in Kinnegad. Throw in is at 7:00p.m. Please come out and support the lads as they aim to advance to the semi final.
Congrats to Keith O’Brien and Paddy Marsh on completing The Kerry Way Ultra.
Congratulations to Moate Ladies who won the Junior Championship
Congratulations to the Westmeath Camogie team who won the All Ireland Camogie final
Moate All Whites U10's attended the annual St. Mary's Rochfortbridge tournament on Saturday. Moate fielded an U9 and U10 team and each played three group games with both teams qualifying for the Shield Finals. The U9 team beat St Mary's Rochfortbridge and the U10's beat Rhode, Co. Offaly to bring some well deserved silverware home . Well done to all 26 MAW players who played fantastically well all day. On behalf of the Coaches and Parents thank you St. Mary's for a very well organised tournament.
Training Tuesday 6:45 and next blitz Saturday 14th in Millmore Gaels.Tweet