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U13s League in 2019: Emyvale had two U13 teams in action last weekend and they were both finals of the Leagues. First out was the U13 Div 6 team which faced Inniskeen in Drumhowan at 11.00am. Inniskeen and Emyvale dominated the League from start to finish but the finish was the real test. Both teams were well prepared and what an excellent game of football both produced. Indeed it was anyone’s game to the final whistle and every player gave every ounce of energy to get the vital scors. While every player for Emyvale played so well it is perhaps unjust to single out any player but Shay Cawley and Adam Treanor were superb in defence. Both of these players while playing at halfback stopped attack after attack and delivered great passes to the forwards who in turn had great performances from Harry Hamill, Harry Forde, Matthew Swift and Darragh Hughes. The remainder of the team included Alex Deery, Patrick Murphy, Patrick Mohan, James McQuaid, Evan McKenna, Darragh Mulligan, Sean Treanor. The management also deserves great credit for the manner in which they prepared these young men and how they encourged them to give of their best. They were: Michael Deery, Brendan McNally, Michael Treanor, Kieran Campbell and Helen Hughes. Patrick Mohan and Patrick Murphy were joint captains and they accepted the Cup, which was presented by Gerry McElroy of Gerry’s Prepared Veg, the sponsor of Juvenile football in Monaghan.
Our report on the U13 Div 2 final will follow
U13s League in 2019: Emyvale had two U13 teams in action last weekend and they were both finals of the Leagues. First out was the U13 Div 6 team which faced Inniskeen in Drumhowan at 11.00am. Inniskeen and Emyvale dominated the League from start to finish but the finish was the real test. Both teams were well prepared and what an excellent game of football both produced. Indeed it was anyone’s game to the final whistle and every player gave every ounce of energy to get the vital scors. While every player for Emyvale played so well it is perhaps unjust to single out any player but Shay Cawley and Adam Treanor were superb in defence. Both of these players while playing at halfback stopped attack after attack and delivered great passes to the forwards who in turn had great performances from Harry Hamill, Harry Forde, Matthew Swift and Darragh Hughes. The remainder of the team included Alex Deery, Patrick Murphy, Patrick Mohan, James McQuaid, Evan McKenna, Darragh Mulligan, Sean Treanor. The management also deserves great credit for the manner in which they prepared these young men and how they encourged them to give of their best. They were: Michael Deery, Brendan McNally, Michael Treanor, Kieran Campbell and Helen Hughes. Patrick Mohan and Patrick Murphy were joint captains and they accepted the Cup, which was presented by Gerry McElroy of Gerry’s Prepared Veg, the sponsor of Juvenile football in Monaghan.