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Moynalvey edged out in Dunsany

Sunday, 13th April, 2014 8:47pm

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Moynalvey edged out in Dunsany

Padraig Harnan ready to rejoin the action after treatment for a blood injury today at Dunsany

Moynalvey edged out in Dunsany

Padraig Harnan ready to rejoin the action after treatment for a blood injury today at Dunsany

Donaghmore / Ashbourne got out of Dunsany this afternoon with a flattering 1-13 to 0-10 victory over Moynalvey in a thrilling SFC first round encounter played in front of a big crowd.


The winners were ahead by 0-6 to 0-5 at the interval, but were fortunate not to concede an early second-half goal when Moynalvey’s Padraig Harnan was denied by a superb block on the goal line by Jason Boland.


Andrew Tormey scored a goal for Donaghmore / Ashbourne on the stroke of full time and that added some extra gloss to what was a far from inspiring performance.


However, the win is what was important and Donaghmore / Ashbourne will go into the next game against Keegan Cup holders Summerhill in a confident manner.


Moynalvey will have to pick themselves up to deal with the challenge of Rathkenny in the next round.

SUNDAY’S RESULTS
SFC 
Donaghmore / Ashbourne 1-13, Moynalvey 0-10
Simonstown 1-18, Walterstown 0-8
Rathkenny 3-6, Srt Patrick’s 0-5
Wolfe Tones 3-8, Skryne 0-10
IFC
Ratoath 4-13 St Ultan’s 2-7
St Colmcille’s 2-8, Ballinlough 0-9
Dunderry 1-9, Longwood 1-8
Clanna na nGael 1-7, Donaghmore/Ashbourne 0-8

JFC
Boardsmill 1-10, Meath Hill 2-5
O’Mahonys 3-7, Skryne 0-10
Dunshaughlin 2-11, Kwood 1-11
Dunboyne 4-10, Clonard 1-7.

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