Club news

November 8, 2018

The Neale under 16;s lost by a point in the semi-final of the league
> last week against Moy Davitt’s. Moy Davitt’s had three points on the
> board before the Neale got going. Two Steven Conroy frees and a long
> range free from Steven Morrin levelled the match entering the second
> quarter. Moy Davitt’s regained the lead with a fine point before
> Morrin restored parity with a similar score. Moy Davitt’s scored two
> points on the bounce coming up to half time. Just before half time
> Aidan Sullivan who was being doubled marked score a quick 1—01 to
> leave the half time score 1—05 to 0—06 in favour of the Neale. Two
> Steven Conroy points one from open play extended the Neale’s
> advantage. Moy Davitt’s replied with to excellent points two keep them
> in the game. Sullivan and Morrin scored two fantastic points to leave
> the score 1—09 to 0—08 entering the last quarter. Moy Davitt’s took
> over completely and scored five unanswered points to leave them a
> point ahead with time nearly up. A pointed free from Morrin tied up
> the game once again however Moy Davitt’s fired over another point to
> restore there lead. Aidan Sullivan was to have the last effort but his
> shot was saved by the keeper to leave Moy Davitt’s winners by one
> point. On The night Killian Mc Hugh, Aidan Sullivan, James Mc Grath
> and Conor Haire had fine games.
> The Neale under 12’s have recorded back to back victories over
> Kilmaine (4—20 to 2—08) and Aughamore ( 1—07 to 1—02). The Neale now
> remain unbeaten and play Ballintubber next were victory will see them
> capture the league title.
> The Juniors had a good work out against Clonbur last week and played
> out a deserved draw. The Neale welcomed back Niall Walsh and he scored
> 1—03 after being introduced.