Hyland fling for Carnew


Carnew 0-12 Bray Emmets 1-9

Carnew and Bray Emmets must face each other in a Senior Hurling replay.

The county grounds in Aughrim seen last minute drama again this week-end as Carnew scored a sensational injury time equaliser from sub Don Hyland.

Bray who were going for the three in a row took a one point lead into the break at 6 points to 5.

Carnew took the lead midway through the second half but lost it to a Mikey Lee goal which was followed up by a Christy Moorhouse point, with injury time looming Carnew were trailing by a single point. It look as though it was to be Bray’s day until Carnew veteran Hyland split the posts with a shot from the stand side to force a replay.

The replay will take place in Aughrim next Sunday at 2pm

Carnew: R. Fitzgerald; W Collins, M Collins, O Furlong; G Keogh, L Kennedy, A Hughes; M O’Brien, C McCrea (0-1); R Lambert, P Doran, J Doyle (0-1); E Donohoe (6 frees, 0-7), W Kinsella (0-1), T Collins (0-1). Subs: D Hyland (0-1) for R Lambert (37).

Bray Emmets: P O’Reilly; D Lohan, P Kiely, L Maloney; D Henderson, J Henderson, A Murphy; E Forde, D Masterson (1 free, 0-1); M Lennon, P Cunningham (0-1), C O’Byrne (0-1); C Moorehouse (1 free, 0-3), M Lee (1-3), P Doyle. Subs: E McCormack for C O’Byrne (37); P Collins for E Forde (51).


Intermediate Hurling final

Kiltegan 0-12 Bray Emmets 1-7

Kiltegan will be back at senior level in 2017 after beating Bray Emmets.

Kiltegan got off to a flying start and led by 9 points to 2 at the break but they were not to have it all their own way.

Bray had the wind in the second half and slowly crept back in to the game, Kiltegan had a heart stopping moment in the final minutes when Bray found the net after a free, after consultation with the umpires the ref gave a free out, the Bray forward who got a flick on was in the square before the ball.

With time almost up Seanie Germaine added a further point to give Kiltegan a two point win.

Team Captian Jeffrey Bermingham also won the man of the match award.

In his speech he wished team mate Stephen Coogan a speedy recovery, Stephen was due to line out for Kiltegan but had been involved in a car accident on Saturday.


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