IFC: Ballinabrackey advance
September 02, 2012
Ballinabrackey's Damien Carroll with Rob Duffy (St Ultans) during the Meath IFC game at Trim
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Ballinabrackey advanced to the Intermediate Quarter finals after a deserved but hard fought victory over St Ultans in Trim on sunday afternoon.
Points from Danny Quinn and Damien Carroll had the Bracks in an early lead and they would have stretched the lead with a goal but for a great save from the Ultans keeper. Ultans had a goal chance themselves the other end but the ball came back off the crossbar into John Currys hands and the danger was cleared.
The teams exchanged further points and The Bracks went in leading 0-06 - 0-04 at half time. Ultans were fired up early in the second half and put on all the early pressure but the Bracks slowly found their feet again and took hold of the game, Danny Quinn hitting the net after his initial effort had been saved and there was no way back for Ultans. Both teams had a man each dismissed near the end and The Bracks march on to the quarter final with a game to spare
Bracks Team : John Curry, Michael Kearney, Nicky Judge, Kevin Darby, Ray Kearney, Vinny Mooney, Derek Flynn, Finbar Bannon, Trevor Bannon, Pat Loftus, Damien Carroll, Paddy Kenny, Neville Brazil, Chris O'Connor, Danny Quinn. Subs - Seamus Curry, Aidan Coffey, Ian McAuliffe, Gordon Bannon, Brendan Byrne, Brendan Glennon, Daire Kennedy, Mick Carroll, Joe Bannon, Colm McNally, Andrew Munnelly, Brian Lucey, Stephen Donoghue
St Ultans - Robbie Daly, Jason Bennett, Rob Duffy, Ciaran Timmons, Darren Mallon, Kieran Lynch, Emmett Costello, Richie Lynagh, Gearoid Rennicks, Daryl Mc Loughlin, Ciaran Rogers, Eugene Brady, Cian Rennicks, Paul Murray, Shane Rennicks. Subs - Tony Smith, Darren Costello, Conor Smith, Paddy Mc Loughlin, Seán Ó Hoireabárd
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