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Emyvale 1 - 12 v Donaghmoyne 2 - 18: In the Intermediate League Donaghmoyne tops the Table with 21 points having played 7 games. Emyvale has played 8 games and are on 11 points in 8th position. This game was played in Tully on Friday, June 7th and is a game they could have won but became raggedy in the second half and Donaghmoyne made good use of that and scored the winning scores. In the first half Doneghmoyne started the better but as the half progressed Emyvale began to put moves together and the forwards were scoring points narrowing the gap until the sides were level at the interval. Early in the second they scored a goal and were playing well at that stage, though still missing some chances of adding points to the board. Then their tactics seemed to change and the game began to drift from them. At the same time tempers were beginning to flare and concentration on the game faded for some. Indiscipline in tackles gave the opposition frees from close range and then two goals by Donaghmoyne created an insurmountable mountain to climb. Some members of the team lost the eagerness to keep trying but others fought bravely to the bitter end. The need to get scores meant that 13 players were going forward and, in the urgency, poor passing and holding on too long led to a turn-around and Donaghmoyne were able to break through a weakened defence to take their scores.
Half Time discussion!!
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Emyvale 1 - 12 v Donaghmoyne 2 - 18: In the Intermediate League Donaghmoyne tops the Table with 21 points having played 7 games. Emyvale has played 8 games and are on 11 points in 8th position. This game was played in Tully on Friday, June 7th and is a game they could have won but became raggedy in the second half and Donaghmoyne made good use of that and scored the winning scores. In the first half Doneghmoyne started the better but as the half progressed Emyvale began to put moves together and the forwards were scoring points narrowing the gap until the sides were level at the interval. Early in the second they scored a goal and were playing well at that stage, though still missing some chances of adding points to the board. Then their tactics seemed to change and the game began to drift from them. At the same time tempers were beginning to flare and concentration on the game faded for some. Indiscipline in tackles gave the opposition frees from close range and then two goals by Donaghmoyne created an insurmountable mountain to climb. Some members of the team lost the eagerness to keep trying but others fought bravely to the bitter end. The need to get scores meant that 13 players were going forward and, in the urgency, poor passing and holding on too long led to a turn-around and Donaghmoyne were able to break through a weakened defence to take their scores.
Half Time discussion!!
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