first_imgMalin 2-10 Glenswilly 2-20Glenswilly came away from Connolly Park tonight after a very high scoring and entertaining game.Christopher McMonagle’s goal was all that separated the sides at half time but Michael Murphy’s goal straight from the restart and a burst of six points effectively sealed the game for the Glen men. The first half was evenly contested with Conor Farren hitting four points for Malin along with efforts from Brendan McLaughlin, Dan McDaid and Christopher McLaughlin all from play, while the visitors had Gary McFadden registering three, two from play along with two Brian Farrelly Points as well as an Oisin Crawford point from distance and a Leon Kelly effort before the key goal.Christopher McMonagle reacted quickest to Gary McFadden’s pointed effort which came off the post to fall to him on the edge off the square and he made no mistake past McLaughlin in the Malin goal, the half time score read Malin 0-07 Glenswilly 1-07.Murphy showed his class straight from the throw in winning the restart and going on a strong run straight through the Malin defence exchanging a couple of one-twos on the way before advancing past the thirteen and dispatching powerfully past the Malin keeper to open up a six point gap.Farrelly added another before Anthony Kelly scored a sublime effort deceiving Murphy with a deft dummy before hitting over from 35 metres. Glenswilly upped their game again and threatened to run away with the contest with two points from Kealan McFadden, a long range Ciaran Bonner effort,Darren McGinley, Gary McFadden again and a Murphy free from the ground stretched the lead out to twelve.Malin to their credit scored 2-01 without reply with Stephen McLaughlin pointing off balance and shortly after the same player hit the net after running through and the speedy forward could not be caught to shoot low past O’Donnell .Brendan McLaughlin scored soon after when after he worked a quick free and received the ball back and again made no mistake as Malin tried to mount a comeback. Glenswilly rallied again and exploioted gaps in the Malin backline and six points in a row with efforts from Darren McGinley, Cathal Gallagher, three Gary McFadden scores and one from Caomhin Marley sealed the win before a late consolation free from Brendan McLaughlin.Malin team and scorers: Darragh McLaughlin, Michael McLaughlin, Charles Byrne, Aidan Bambrick, Seamus Doherty, Gary Farren, Paul McLaughlin, Anthony Kelly (0-01), Christopher McLaughlin (0-01), Dan McDaid (0-01), Conor Farren (0-04), Stephen McLaughlin (1-01), Brendan McLaughlin (1-02), Seamus Houghton, Terence Doherty. Subs used Matthew Byrne for Seamus Doherty, Danny McCarron for Terence Doherty and Conor Byrne for Conor Farren.Glenswilly team and scorers: Philip O’Donnell, Caolan Kelly, Eamon Ward, Ruiari Crawford, Oisin Crawford (0-01), Ciaran Bonner (0-01), Cathal Gallagher (0-01), Michael Murphy (1-01), Gary McFadden (0-07), Leon Kelly (0-01), Darren McGinley (0-02), Brian Farrelly (0-03), Kealan McFadden (0-02), Christopher McMonagle (1-00) and Ethan Sweeney. Subs used Caomhin Marley (0-01) for Ethan Sweeney. GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY OVERCOME MALIN IN HIGHLY ENTERTAINING LEAGUE CLASH was last modified: September 26th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GLENSWLLYLeagueMalinlast_img

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