Grown-up Football Organization Div 1 final: Mobhi guys hold Crokes

Na Fianna 2-16

Kilmacud Crokes2-12

Na Fianna completed a spectacular Division 1 football and also tossing dual lasst weekend when they defeated Kilmacud Crokes at Parnell Park.

First-half goals from Conor McHugh and also the dynamic James Doran assisted the St Mobhi Roadway males to a 2-6 to 0-8 interval lead versus Crokes with Paul Mannion, that tallied 2-7 general, kicking five factors for the Stillorgan side.

By the three-quarter marker a brilliantly taken goal by Mannion had Crokes still providing chase when 2-11 to 1-11 behind, prior to David Lacey prolonged Na Fianna’s cause 6 factors, 2-15 to 1-12, as the video game moved right into the final mins.

Mannion provided Crokes late hope with an objective, revealing all his experience to choose his spot in the square.

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Find out more in this weeks Dublin Gazette out in stores now However Na Fianna were not to be quit as they added the football league’s top-flight honours to that of their hurlers. Previously in the day at the Donnycarney venue Plunkett’s ended up the more powerful to defeat Raheny in extra-time with Gareth’Nesty’Smith as well as Seán Bugler leading the racking up. The Navan Roadway males kicked the last six factors of the competition after Raheny’s Seán Grenham had actually struck 1-1 early in the initial duration of extra-time to leave just a point in it with 5 minutes to play in the opening half of extra-time. Then Seán Bugler,’Nesty’Smith prior to the half-time period in extra-time( the sides were level 1-17 to 3-11), after that Bugler once more, Craig Dunleavy, Conor Bresnan and also Bernard Brogan all found the target, in the second period, to protect the Division 2 title.

Thomas Davis beat St Finian’s of Swords to claim the AFL5 title, while Ballyboden slipped by Fingal Ravens in AFL 6.

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