Seniors Lose

November 7, 2018

Division 1 Football League.
Tullamore 2-8 Ballycumber 0-10.
Ballycumber led 0-6 to 0-4 at half time, thanks to points from Colm Quinn[2], Keith Lawler, Ciaran Grennan[2], Nigel Grennan. Tullamore quickly drew level in the second half with two pointed frees. Keith Lawler responded with a point, but, Tullamore scored two more frees to which Ciaran Grennan replied with a point. Former county player John Kenny got in behind the defence and scored a goal for Tullamore. He again won possession and was pulled down for a penalty which was expertly scored. Colm Quinn and Keith Lawler scored a point each but the final whistle sounded soon afterwards. Team. Peter Flynn, Ritchie Dunne, Ger Egan, Alan Flanagan, Declan Daly[Capt] Colin Daly, Nigel Grennan, Conor Connelly, Brian Halligan, Colm Quinn, Conor Robbins, Sean Hackett, Keith Lawler, Eamonn McCabe, Ciaran Grennan. Subs. Peter Dunne, Diarmuid Daly, Michael Egan, Eddie Larkin, Nicholas Egan, Simon Casey,

Offaly Senior Hurling Championship.
Brosna Gaels 1–9 Lusmagh 1–9.
Brosna Gaels[Ballycumber, Doon, Erin Rovers,Tubber] drew their first ever senior hurling championship match in Moystown on Friday evening. Declan Rohan gave them the perfect start with a goal and they went in at half time level at 1-3 to 0-6 and were three points down entering the final quarter but superior fitness helped them to outplay their opponents and score the all important points to get a draw. Team. Ger Spain, Trevor Phelan, Glen Halligan, Karl Daly, Barry Buckley, Kevin Lynam, Chris McDonald, Sean Hackett, Dessie Egan, Thomas Spain, Alec Mooney, Jason Devery, Richard Fox, Alan Lynam, Declan Rohan. Sub, Conor Robbins.

Offaly Junior B Hurling.
Brosna Gaels 0-11 Carrig and Riverstown 2–5.
Not to undone by the seniors Brosna Gaels second team picked up a point on Sunday in Ballycumber with a well deserved draw.