Teenager stalls Castletown celebrations as Camross steal draw
23 October 2005
Sixteen-year-old Zane Keenan earned a draw for Camross as Castletown were denied the Laois county title at the death. Five minutes of injury time was enough to ensure a replay on Monday, October 31st (OMoore Park, 2pm).
Castletown had looked as though they were going to win their eighth senior title as they hit seven unanswered points in the second half.
Entering injury-time, Camross substitute Tomas Burke reduced the gap to four points before Keenan put one score between them with a point.
When forward Damien Culleton was pulled down, Keenan drove the ball to the net to restore parity.
Camross - T Doran 0-1; L Cuddy, P Cuddy, M Moloney; S Gilmore, F Hogan, D Keenan; C Delaney, B OSullivan; Z Keenan 1-7, D Culleton, B Keenan; J Palmer 0-1, K Cuddy, G Cuddy. Subs: T Doran for D Keenan, T Burke 0-1 for G Cuddy, G Cuddy for B Keenan
Castletown – G Cuddy; M Phelan, B Ferns, T Phelan; D Keenan, P Cuddy 0-2, D Brophy; D Cuddy 0-2, R Delaney; JR Kingston 0-2, J OSullivan, C Cuddy 0-3; S Lyons, F OSullivan 0-2, J Palmer. Subs: J Hooban 0-2 for Lyons, B McLelvey for Palmer.
Referee: A Stapleton (Rathdowney)