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    Collins bending in a cross from the right and Gilroy driving home a header from six yards That left the Mayo girls 3 1 in front at the break and it was hard to envisage a recovery for the Dublin girls The Mayo defenders were in superb form with Emma Loughney Sarah Farrell Martina Walker Ailish Healy and Siobhan Kearney not giving their opponents any time or space in which to express themselves and that enabled the Lacken attackers concentrate on the business end of matters Six minutes after the break the result was decided when Gilroy dug out a superb cross from the right and Aoileann Collins got in front of two Killian¹s defenders to send a header to the roof of the net Gilroy was in sparkling form and led her markers on a merry dance with stunning runs and threatening shots She almost had another goal in the 54th minute when she left three defenders in her wake but her effort just cleared the crossbar Aoileann Collins grabbed her hat trick in the 63rd when she raced onto a Gilroy through ball and slipped her shot into the net under Nolan s despairing dive Fittingly Gilroy also notched her hat trick when she danced and dodged past four tackles and drilled home her side s sixth goal in the 70th minute as the girls from the ocean readied themselves for a return to the ancient land proudly carrying their golden treasure ST PATRICK S LACKEN CROSS Emma Loughney Sarah Farrell Martina Walker Ailish Healy Siobhan Kearney Rachel Healy Niamh Collins Sorcha McGee Elaine Lowther Aileen Gilroy Aoileen Collins Subs Grainne McHale for Kearney inj 53 Emma Tomas and Sharon Killeen for A Collins and A Healy 72 ST KILIANS DEUTSCHE SCHULE Ellen Nolan Charlotte Beer Molly Brady Chloe Mustaki Alexandra Gonzalez Lisa Marie Urban Justine Elferte Sadhbh Hoban Logan Julie Martinez Anna Heisterkamp Vesna Pepping Subs Rianne Rowan for Elferte 47 Mary O¹Toole for Pepping 55 Ashley Tremblay for Urban 70 This post was submitted by admin No Comments RSS Filed under Teams Under 16 Girls Feb 13 U18 All Ireland Semi Final schools By admin Lacken Cross overcome St Mary s of Newport 05 February 2010 St Patrick s College in Lacken Cross had a comprehensive victory over Tipperary side St Mary s in the UMBRO FAI Schools Senior B Girls National Semi Final last week which was played at Terryland Park Galway Stephen Lacken s team were assured easy access to the All Ireland Final after an array of first half goals courtesy of Aileen Gilroy 5 Aoileann Collins 4 Rachael Healy and Niamh Collins St Mary s put up a gallant effort with some superb defending by Eilish Ryan and Claire Cunningham Unfortunately the onslaught was too much for the Tipperary defence at times Sarah Berkery was very strong up front for the Munster Champions but the final ball failed to deliver any real goal scoring opportunities for St Mary s The second half was matched by further goals from top goalscorer Aileen Gilroy 2 Aoileann Collins Elaine Lowther 4 Martina Walker and substitute Sharon Killeen The impressive St Patrick s College will now face St Killian s DSD in the All Ireland Final which is scheduled for Friday 12 February at Flancare Park Longford KO 1pm St Patrick s College Emma Loughney Siobhan Kearney Sarah Farrell Martina Walker Ailish Healy Elaine Lowther Sorcha McGee Niamh Collins Rachel Healy Aileen Gilroy Aoileann Collins Subs Emma Tomas Grainne McHealy Sharon Killeen Teacher Stephen Lacken Coach Peter McDonnell St Mary s Secondary School Aoibheann Flyod Eilish Ryan Sarah McCauliffe Patricia O Donovan Claire Cunningham Ashling Mulryan Cliona Breen Carol Berkery Sarah Moloney Sarah Berkery Anne Kennedy Subs Ashling Bradley Eimear O Brien Niamh Ryan Katie Holmes Megan Carey Teacher Micheal Lenihan Referee Trevor Conlon Galway Go Back This post was submitted by admin No Comments RSS Filed under Teams Under 16 Girls Dec 14 Mayo U16 Girls Cup Final By admin Kilala 3 Manulla 0 The Killala girls finished off their most succesful season to date with this comprehensive victory over holders Manulla at Milebush Park on Saturday Killala started and finished the game on the offensive and only for the heroics of the Manulla keeper Orla Dempsey the deficit between the two teams would have been much greater Inside the first 20 minutes she saved from Aileen Gilroy twice Aoileen Collins Alanna Naughton Niamh Collins as Killala dominated proceedings and peppered the Manulla goal After half an hour though the girls finally made the breahthrough when a perfect through ball from Niamh Collins tempted Dempsey out and Rachel Healy won the race and finished to the net with an equisite chip With the halftime score at the minimum Manulla were lucky to be still in it and Killala knew that another goal would give them the cup The secondhalf started much similar to the first with Killala having all the ball and a screamer from 30 yds being from Sorcha McGee being tipped over by the keeper it was all Killala now and long range efforts from Aileen Gilroy and Niamh Collins were all stopped by the in form Dempsey and Alanna Naughton had two great chances to seal it Manulla did get a shot off on the hour mark but the ever alert Emma Varley easily dealt with it It was after this that Killala struck the killer goal the excellent Killala defense broke up a Manulla attack and released Aileen Gilroy on the half way line and she outpaced the Manulla defence to score the second Alanna Naughton wrapped it up minutes later when she scored a well deserved goal to cap a brilliant personal performance Captain Elaine Lowther filling in at left back along with fellow defenders Martina Walker Eilish Healy and Aoife Munnelly were the rock that this victory was built on and their competence gave the freedom to the rest of the team to carry the game continuously to the

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    with 18 minutes left on the clock it was Mulranny who hit the front when a mix up in the home defense let them in to score and go ahead once again With the game going into the last ten minutes it looked like mulranny were going to bring the title race to the last day but then a goal from captai n Johnny McNulty and a wonder goal from Rory Gallagher to complete his fourth hatrick of the campaign put Killala 4 2 in front and sparked celebrations in the town that will last well into the week Killala team Sean McHale Aidan Ferguson Eamopn Knox Oliver Clarke Matt Webb Marc McDonnell John Clarke Ian O Boyle Kevin Whyte Johnny Mcnulty Rory Gallagher Subs Ronan Heffron Brendan Ryan David Cadden This post was submitted by admin No Comments RSS Filed under Men Teams Aug 23 Welcome Inn Hotel Div 1 By admin Knock Kiltimagh Utd 1 Killala 3 An early goal from captain Johnny McNulty set the tone in this hard fought match John Clarke grabbed the second with a fine solo run and Killala could have been further ahead but the woodwork denied Ronan Heffron his goal The home side pulled one back before the break but a Heffo strike at the start of the new half gave the visitors back their cushion Sean McHale saved a penalty late on to keep KK at bay put the 3 hard earned points were in the bag and there is only 2 games to go Team Sean McHale Matt Webb Eamonn Knox Oliver Clarke David Cadden Ian O Boyle Marc McDonnell John Clarke Alan Murphy Johnny McNulty Ronan Heffron Subs Brendan Ryan Aidan Ferguson Brendan McNulty This post was submitted by admin No Comments RSS Filed under Men Teams Aug 16 Welcome Inn Hotel Div 1 By admin Moy Villa 1 Killala 0 A poor start by the visitors let Moy villa snatch an early goal and try as they may they chased the equaliser for the rest of the game and despite Johnny McNulty striking the woodwork and Ollie Clarke heading over the 3 points slipped away Killala team Sean McHale Matt Webb Shane Whyte Ollie Clarke David Cadden Marc McDonnell Ian O Boyle Alan Murphy John Clarke Rory Gallagher Johnny McNulty Subs Ronan Heffron Brendan Ryan Brendan McNulty This post was submitted by admin No Comments RSS Filed under Men Teams Aug 8 Welcome Inn Hotel Div 1 By admin Killala 8 Inver United 1 An easy win over bottom side Inver Utd consilidated the home sides 5 point lead at the top of Div 1 An early wonder goal from Rory Gallagher his 18th of the season and a contender for one of his best set the tone for this big win Another Gallagher goal and one from Marc McDonnell gave the Killala lads a halftime lead of 3 0 Complaceny set in during the opening period of the second half and sloppy play by Killala allowed Inver back into the game and with one of their raids on the homeside goal the a shot from the angle of the box ended up in the side netting and amid claims from the Inver players the referee order a goal kick From this Shane Whyte punt up the pitch Gallagher won the ball and outpaced the visitors defence to claim his hatrick or so he thought as the kickoff by Inver was about to be taken the protests were still ongoing about the incident at the other end and Inver were claimimg a goal from that The referee then decided to award the goal to Inver and chalk off the Killala goal from 4 0 to 3 1 what a bizzare decision This incident didnt knock Killala off their stride and Gallagher eventually registered his hat rick moments later He grabbed a fourth and his 21st goal of the season with 15 minutes to play and further goals from Martin McLoughlin Alan Murphy and Brendan Ryan completed the rout Team Sean McHale Matt Webb David Cadden Oliver Clarke Shane Whyte Marc McDonnell Ian O Boyle John Clarke Alan Murphy Rory Gallagher Ronan Heffron Subs Brendan Ryan Martin McLouglin This post was submitted by admin No Comments RSS Filed under Men Teams Jul 26 Welcome Inn Hotel Div 1 By admin Castlebar Celtic B1 Killala 5 Killala opened up a 5 point gap at the top of division 1 by virtue of this comfortable in Celtic Park on Sunday Despite the scare of any early goal for the homeside Killala began to settle on the tight Astro turf pitch and were soon back in the game when McNulty headed home a Murray fee kick Celtic appeals for what appeared to be a penalty were waved away and moments later Killala got their own penalty a Gallagher made no mistake and once the visitors were in front their was no looking back A Murray free kick and another by Gallagher made it 4 1 at halftime Kevin Murray struck another free kick in the secondhalf to kill off the game but McNulty and Gallagher had further chances but all were scorned Team Sean McHale Matt Webb David Cadden Oliver Clarke Kevin murray Marc McDonnell Ian O Boyle John Clarke Alan Murphy Johnny McNulty Rory Gallagher Subs Ronan Heffron Brendan McNulty Mark McLoughlin This post was submitted by admin No Comments RSS Filed under Men Teams Jul 23 Welcome Inn Hotel Div 1 By admin Killala 5 Manulla B1 It was hard to get back to business after the weekends Cup Final disappointment but the lads knew 3 points would put them clear at the top and they started in whirlwind fashion They went two up after 15 minutes through Rory Gallagher Johnny McNulty and should have been out of sight when Manulla pulled one back from the spot but poor finishing let them down Gallagher restored the margin when he scored a wonderful goal from a Marc McDonnell through ball

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    after a super pass by D O Boyle found K Mc Loughlin who finished with style Both sides still had chances and Killala had to defend in numbers in the final minutes but held on for a deserved win Team J Flannelly J Noone D Lawlor R Sweeney K Healy K Higgins D O Boyle L Haymer S Mc Andrew C Lally K Mc Loughlin Subs P Lynott A Kearney T Dempsey This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney No Comments RSS Filed under Teams Under 14 Boys Oct 18 Killala Reach Last 16 In Connacht Cup By tdomf d782a Killala 3 Willow Park Blues Athlone 3 Killala Win 4 2 On Penalties aet In one of the most entertaining games played at Courthouse Street Killala advanced to the last 16 of the competition in a match that had everything The away team started brightly and were 2 0 up at the break and looking very comfortable However the home side came out after the break with real hunger and scored after five minutes after a good movement was finished by K Lally Ten minutes later it was 2 2 after D O Boyle set up K Healy who finished it expertly However the away team again took the lead only to be pegged back once again by K Healy The game flowed end to end and a brilliant save by Killala keeper J Flannelly brought the game to extra time Both teams still went in search of a winner and had chances to win it but another outstanding save by J Flannelly meant penalties would settle the match D O Boyle s cored the first spot kick as did the away team K Healy scored the second as the other team missed R Sweeney scored the third as did his opposite number K Higgins scored number four and Killala keeper J Flannely saved their spot kick to ensure the home team advanced in a cup game that will live long in these players memory Team J Flannelly J Noone S Mc Andrew R Sweeney K Healy K Higgins D O Boyle L Haymer A Kenny K Lally K Mc Loughlin Subs P Lynott A Kearney N Browne T Dempsey This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney No Comments RSS Filed under Teams Under 14 Boys Sep 25 U 14 Boys Advance In Connacht Cup By tdomf d782a Killala 5 Achill Rovers 0 Killala u 14 boys continued on their winning ways in this connacht cup round 1 match at home today After winning the league already they kept playing their usual attacking game and lead 3 0 at the break with goals from D O Boyle C Lally and K Healy The home side made several changes in the second half but still ran out comfortable winners with two further goals from J Noone and C Lally Team J Flannelly S Mc Andrew P Lynott K Mc Loughlin D Lawlor K Higgins D O Boyle K Healy J Noone

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    will begin on Thursday evening the 25 02 10 from 6 7pm Any players interested are more than welcome to come This post was submitted by Tony Browne No Comments RSS Filed under Teams Under 12 Boys Feb 2 U12 Connaught Shield By admin Colemnstown Utd 4 Killala 1 An severely understrenght Killala U 12 boys team gave a good account of themselves last Saturday 30 01 10 but lost 4 1 to Colemanstown United of Galway in the 2nd round of the Connaught Shield After a tight opening 15 minutes Killala s inexperience showed as they went one down Killala had most of the play for the next 10 minutes and their efforts paid off after a great pass from Jack Maughan sent Shane McAndrew through to slot passed the Colemanstown keeper to level the score The home side were ahead again within 2 minutes after their best move of the game The score remained 2 1 to the home side at half time The Killala management were left scratching their heads after 2 clear penalty appeals for handball were turned down in the 1st half yet early in the 2nd half a hanball in the box by Killala s Keith Higgins resulted in a penalty for the home side and a straight red card for Killala s defensive linchpin The resulting penalty was brilliantly saved by Peter Lynot t but it was a Colemanstown player that was first to react bundling the ball over the line to give the home side a 3 1 lead Another refereeing decision left everyone watching the game at a fine Colemanstown venue wondering what happened when the Colemanstown manager was sent off while treating one of his injured players The 10 man Killala team pressed the Colemanstown team all the way with Shane Mcandrew James Togher and Kevin Healy all making the home keeper work hard on several occassions In the dying moments of the game Colemanstown scored against the run of play against a stretched Killala side to secure a deserved 4 1 victory KILLALA TEAM P Lynott C M McAvock J J Gilivary C Mooney K Higgins A Coultry J Togher N Browne K Healy J Maughan S McAndrew no subs This post was submitted by admin No Comments RSS Filed under Teams Under 12 Boys Nov 1 U12 Connaught Shield By admin Killala 7 Snugboro 1 A Kevin Healy Hatrick was the highlight of this Connaught Shield match at Courthouse St on Saturday Further Goals by Anthony Kearney Dominick Sweeney Shane McAndrew and Ciaran Lally secured a big win for the home side Team Peter Lynott Kevin Healy Keith Higgins Conor Mooney James Togher Anthony Kearney Nathan Browne Ciaran Lally Dominick Sweeney David Lawlor Shane McAndrew Subs Alan Coultry Daniel Walsh Jack Maughan This post was submitted by admin No Comments RSS Filed under Teams Under 12 Boys Jul 13 Killala Finish League in Style By tdomf d782a KILLALA 2 SNUGBORO 1 The under 12 boys ended a losing

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