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Friday, 27 November 2009 14:43

U16 League Runs from March to June and is normally played on Tuesday at 7pm

Round 1 Thursday 30th March 2011 Home - Fr Griffins Eire Og 6-11 Killanan 3-9

Round 2 Tuesday 5th April 2011 Away - Fr Griffins Eire Og  4-6 v Craughwell 1-7

Round 3  Tuesday 12th April 2011 Home Fr Griffins Eire Og 3-12 v Clifden 1-7

Round 4 Tuesday 19th April 2011 Home Fr Griffins Eire Og v Salthill/Knocknacarra

(Conceeded by Salthill/Knocknacarra)

Round 5 Tuesday 26th April 2011 Away Fr Griffins Eire Og v Claregalway (Postponed)

Round 6 Tuesday 3rd May 2011 Home Fr Griffins Eire Og v Oughterard

Round 7 Tuesday 10th May 2011 Away Fr Griffins Eire Og 7-13 v Renvyle 1-08

Round 8 Tuesday 21st June 2011 Free Weekend

Round 9 Tuesday 28th June 2011 Home Fr Griffins Eire Og v Kinvara

 

Under 16 Championship

16th August 2011 - Home Fr Griffins Eire Og v St Brendans Ballygar

 

Winner plays Winner of Killanan v Kinvara on 23rd August 2011

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FGEO U16 West Board Champions 2011

Fr. Griffins Éire Óg: 3 – 14                   Oughterard:  2 – 9

 

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Fr. Griffins Éire Óg won the Under 16B West Board League Final with a well contested win against Oughterard at Pearse Stadium on Wednesday evening last.

A minutes silence was observed at the start of the game as a mark of respect for Niall Greaney RIP who was a former player with the club.  Fr. Griffins Éire Óg got off to a good start with Adrian Morrissey punishing Oughterard with some well taken frees.  However Oughterard fought back and the teams were level 0-5 to 1-2 after 20 minutes. The final 10 minutes of the first half were hectic with the sides exchanging goals within a minute but Fr. Griffins Éire Óg moved ahead during  this period to lead at half time by 1 -11 to 2 -3.

The second half was areal ding dog affair with Oughterard scoring two early points to reduce the margin to three points. Both sides traded points and with only five minutes left, just two points separated the sides. It was at this stage that Fr. Griffins Éire Óg powered into the game and goals from Cathal Reilly and Paul Healy put the game beyond Oughterard’s reach. Best for the winners were goalkeeper Shane Killeen, defenders Michael Conneely, Philip McEntee and Kevin Lee. The midfield pairing of Stephen Killen and Cian de Lamport worked hard throughout while Adrian Morrissey led the forward division with ten points, eight points from frees.  He was ably assisted by Francis Molloy, Paul Healy and Cathal Reilly.

Fr. Griffins Éire Óg will now contest both the Under 16B League and Championship County finals.

Fr. Griffins Éire Óg:  Shane Killeen, Kevin McDonnell, Micheal Conneely, Dylan Duffy, Philip McEntee, Kevin Lee , Ruairi Phelan, Cian de Lamport , Stephen Killeen (0-1), Francis Molloy (0-1), Adrian Morrissey (0-10, 8 from frees), Evan Hastings, Cathal Reilly (2-1), , Paul Healy (1-1), Enda Fallon  Subs: Shane Conneely, Simon Lee.

 

County Final U16

Fr. Griffins Éire Óg: 2 – 21                   Glenamaddy:  4 – 9  AET

(Score after 60mins:  1 -16 ,   4 -7)

 

Fr. Griffins Éire Óg won the Under 16B County League Final in an exciting game against Glenamaddy at Pearse Stadium on Saturday last.

 

Played at a high pace, these two teams entertained the spectators at Pearse Stadium. Both teams settled well into the game and traded scores until Glenamaddy struck with a well worked goal after nine minutes. Fr. Griffins Éire Óg were not fazed however and continued to take their chances scoring nine points up to the twenty fifth minute. Glenamaddy had added four points to their goal. Just before half time Fr. Griffins Éire Óg full forward Paul Healy found the net with a well taken goal leaving the half time score 1-9  to 1 -4 in Fr. Griffins Éire Óg’s favour.

 

The second half opened with a breeze advantage to the city outfit and they exploited this gaining vital possession at midfield through their captain Stephen Killeen and Cian de Lamport. This possession was converted into scores although they tended to become more wasteful during the last quarter.  With five minutes left Fr. Griffins Éire Óg appeared to be coasting to victory. Glenamaddy were however not to be underestimated and in a sizzling seven minute spell they scored two goals and a point without reply to bring matters to level terms, just on the full time whistle.

 

Glenamaddy opened well in extra time, but the city side were clearly determined to rise to the occasion as they have all year. They scored an impressive 1 -5 to 0-2 for Glenamaddy during extra time and finished deserving champions on a final scoreline of 2 -21 to 4 -9. Fr. Griffins Éire Óg will also contest the County championship Final and they will be well aware that they need to keep their concentration for the full game.

 

Best for the winners were goalkeeper Shane Killeen, defenders Michael Conneely, Philip McEntee Kevin Lee and Ruairi Phelan. The midfield pairing of Stephen Killeen and Cian de Lamport worked hard throughout while Adrian Morrissey led the attack at centre half forward.  He was ably assisted by Paul Healy and Cathal Reilly. This was a team performance and mentors Vincent Gilmore and Tom Costello can be well pleased with the progress of this fine team.

 

 

Fr. Griffins Éire Óg:  Shane Killeen, Kevin McDonnell, Micheal Conneely, Dylan Duffy, Philip McEntee, Kevin Lee , Ruairi Phelan, Cian de Lamport (0 – 2), Stephen Killeen (0-1), Francis Molloy , Adrian Morrissey (0-6), Evan Hastings (0 -2), Cathal Reilly (1-2),  Paul Healy (1-6), Enda Fallon(0-2):   Subs: Michael Barrett, Simon Lee.

 

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