the good old days!!
Tullogher got their campaign off to a steady start with a hard fought draw against near neighbours Glenmore. Playing with a strong breeze Tullogher opened up a decent lead in the first half with a goal from Joe Ryan and points from Conor Hennessy, Eoin Mullally and Billy Ryan. Glenmore got a fortuitous goal before the break to retire at half time with Tullogher 5 points ahead on a score line of 1-7 to 1-2. In the second half Glenmore applied the pressure, aided by a very strong wind, closing the gap with a well taken goal and Paddy Murphy unerring from frees. Tullogher goaled to go ahead late into the game, when Joe Ryan was hauled down in the area and duly converted by John Barron. With the last puck of the game, Paddy Murphy pointed a dubious free for Glenmore to leave the scores tied at 2-9 a piece. Tullogher take on Dunamaggin in the next round of the league this Saturday in Tullogher at 3 pm.
Eoin Ryan,Tony Conway,Declan Grennan,Paudie McGrath,Mark O Brien,Terrence Croke,Kevin Hennessy,John Barron(1-1),Billy Ryan(0-1),Conor Hennessy(0-5),Simon Kennedy,Peter Meggs,Eoin Mullally(0-2),Joe Ryan(1-0),James Mullally
Subs: James Ryan for Simon Kennedy (HT),Tarek O Connor for James Mullally(HT),Jason Sheily for Peter Meggs(HT),James Murphy for Paudie McGrath,Stephen Lawlor for Eoin Ryan
St Francis College Rochestown (Cork) in the final on April 5th.
The minor hulers started the year off with a good win over Mullinavat in a challenge game on Sunday. Missing a number of players the lads had ran out easy winners.
Well done to Luke Kent who had a great game making his club debut..
Team: Paudie Walsh, Frankie Power, Paudie McGrath, Chris McKeown, Mark Forristal, Conor Hennessey, Stephen Lawlor, Jason Shiely, Tarek O'Connor, Paul Manning, Luke Kent, Shane Lyng, Jack Kennedy, Richard Gill, Kyle Bookle.