Thanks to the hard work of mentors and players over the last nine months the people of Mohill can now enjoy the build-up to the County Senior Final in two weeks time. St Mary’s were at their peak on Saturday last and only a point separated the sides at the end of a tough but sporting encounter. Glencar-Manorhamilton will be our opposition on October 8. Get out your flags and buntings now and light up the town.
After a long year of disappointments and near misses, the Under 13s, at last, got their hands on silverware, when they beat Drumshanbo in the shield final in perfect conditions in Fenagh on Sunday morning. This was a brilliant game of football with all the skills on view and only a point separating the teams in the end. Luke Bohan pulled off some great saves in goal while Adam McGuiness, Daniel Scott, Michael Tiernan, Eoghan Duignan, Jack Rowley and Cathal Donoghue were heroic in defence. James Foy and the towering Conor Keegan played very well at centre field, Conor covered every inch of the pitch and saved many attacks on the goal, he also scored 1-3. The forwards worked tirelessly and took their scores well, Senan Curran, Thomas McNabola 1-0, Colin McNamara 0-1, Shane Duignan, Matthew Murphy our top scorer all year scored 1-10 and Michael McDonagh. Subs were, Aidan Mulligan, Diarmuid Casey, Brandon Logan, Liam Flynn, Shane Mulligan, Anthony Lubey, Harry Boyle and the two injured goalies Oskar Moj and Aaron McCrann. We thank Paul Murphy, Seamus Tiernan, Kevin Curran and John McGuiness for looking after the boys.