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St Louis Monaghan retain their title

St. Louis, Monaghan retain their title


St. Louis, Monaghan retained their Pat the Baker Ulster
senior schools title with a 1-15 to 3-5 win over Moville
Community College in Clones on Saturday. Points from Ciara
Connolly, Alana Hackett and Catriona Treanor gave the holder
and early lead however an Aisling Newton goal in the seventh
minute levelled matters. Connolly then put the Louis back
in front scoring a somewhat fortunate goal.

Further points followed from Catriona Treanor and Ciara
Mc Anespie before Moville hit a purple patch which seen
them score 1-3 and go ahead for the first time. Niamh Hegarty
(2) and Stacey Kavanagh scored the points while the goal
came courtesy of Geraldine Harkin. St. Louis finished the
half with a flourish and points from Charlotte Brady, Nicola
Reilly and another from Treanor put them back in front.
Movilles Karen Henry hit the last score of the half to leave
the score 1-8 to 2-4 in favour of St. Louis.

An early second half point from Aisling Newton levelled
matters once again. St. Louis responded with a couple of
points from Alana Hackett and then Moville went ahead again
when Geraldine Harkin found the net once again. This was
to be her sides last score and in the final quarter St.
Louis tagged on another five points through player of the
match Ciara Mc Anespie (2), Laura Askin, Charlotte Brady
and Catriona Treanor.

Scorers: St. Louis – C.Treanor 0-4, C.Connolly 1-1, A.Hackett
0-3, C.Mc Anespie 0-3, C.Brady 0-1, N.Reilly and L.Askin
0-1 each Moville – G.Harkin 2-0, A.Newton 1-1, N.Hegarty
0-2, S.Kavanagh and K.Hnery 0-1 each

In the curtain raiser home side Largy College had the bare
minimum to spare over St. Joseph’s, Donaghmore winning the
U19B decider 1-15 to 2-11. The foundation for victory was
a storming first half performance which seen the Clones
outfit lead at the break by nine points. St. Joseph’s turned
in a much better second half and despite Rebecca Mc Crory
notching 1-7 they lost by just a point. Largy’s Laura Boylan
who fired over six points was named player of the match.

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