First round exit


Muckalee made the trip to Clara to take on the home side in the first round of the Senior Football Championship and it was Clara that advanced to the next round.Muckalee had first use of the strong wind and led at the break 1-8 to 1-2 ,Colin McGrath netted the goal after some great build up play. Clara started the second half well and added three further goals when the chances presented themselves and a late Muckalee revival failed to pull back the lead.  An injury to Eoin McGrath early in the second was a setback to the team.Final score  4-4 to 1-11

Stephen Murphy, James Maher, Alan Murphy,David Walsh, Mike Morrissey, Ollie Walsh, Jason Shore, Patrick Nolan 0-1, Bryan Byrne 0-1, Thomas Breen 0-1, John Maher 0-1, Tom Morrissey, Colin McGrath 1-5, Paul Maher 0-1,Eoin McGrath.

Subs John Coonan, Shane Coonan (used),Robert Reid(used), Shane Kinsella (used), Eugene Maher, Damien Tynan, Conor Kinsella, Aidan Egan, John Joe Kelly

Manager John Maher. Selectors Liam Dowling, Alan Murphy, Ronan Ruane.

Ref. John Guinan

First points


Muckalee travelled to Danesfort to take on the locals under lights and came away with their first points of the campaign. The big difference between the sides in the opening half was two goals from Eoin McGrath and Tom Morrissey. Half-time 2-3 to 0-4. Danesfort pressed hard for scores on the resumption but a second goal from Eoin sealed the win. Final score 3-9 to 0-6.

Team Stephen Murphy, Noel Darcy, Alan Murph, James Maher, David Walsh, Ollie Walsh, Jason Shore, Brian Byrne 0-2, Thomas Breen, John Mulhall, Patrick Nolan 0-1,Tom Morrissey 1-0, Eoin McGrath 2-0, Paul Maher 0-2, Shane Coonan. Subs. John Coonan, Colin McGrath 0-3, Shane Kinsella 0-1, Eugene Maher (used),Damien Tynan (used),

Manager John Maher Sel. Alan Murphy,Ronan Ruane, Liam Dowling.

17/02/2017

 

Ref.Paul Cahill

The Junior Footballers in their first game played a strong Lisdowney side in Coon. Result 5-16 to 0-2 

Tommy Quirke, John Joe Kelly, Alan Murphy, Damien Tynan, Mark Coady,Jason Shore, Conor Kinsella, James Kelly, Robert Reid, Eoin Murphy, Brandon Sheehan, Eugene Maher 0-1,Shane Kinsella,Tom Morrissey, Thomas Dowling0-1, Danny Quirke, Aidan Egan, Ciaran Fitzpatrick, Jack Nolan, Ciaran Brennan, Adam Comerford, Ciaran Coady.(all played)

sel. Tom Dooley, Anthony Maher, Nicholas Purcell

Ref. John McCormack

18/02/2017

 

 

Second game


Coon was the venue for Muckalees  first home game in the Senior Football League against County Champions Railyard. On a bitterly cold day Muckalee made a resonable start scoring two early points but this was as good as it got as Railyard were leading at halftime 0-7 to 0-3, with our full forward line registering a point each. In the second half further points were added by Eugene Maher and Ollie Walsh with Railyard replicating their first half score Result 0-14 t0 0-5.

Team Stephen Murphy, David Walsh, Ollie Walsh 0-1, Noel Darcy, James Maher, Patrick Nolan, Jason Shore, Mick Morrissey, Brian Byrne, Thomas Breen, John Mulhall, Robert Reid, Shane Kinsella 0-1, Paul Maher0-1,Shane Coonan 0-1.

 Aidan Egan, Eugene Maher 0-1, Eoin McGrath, Conor Kinsella, Colin McGrath, Damien Tynan (all played)

 

Selectors John Maher, Liam Dowling, Ronan Ruane, Alan Murphy.

Ref. John Guinan

11/2/2017

First League outing


Muckalee had their first outing of 2017, the game was played in Palmerstown against Dicksboro . The  home side opened the scoring with a brace of points and at this  stage Muckalee created three goal scoring efforts, Tom Morrissey converted the chance that came his way. Dicksboro converted a penalty to leave the half time score 1-3 to 1-0. Better finishing in second half  saw Dicksboro take the points in this Senior Football League game despite a goal from Tom Breen and points from Mick and Tom Morrissey. Result 1-9 to 2-2

Team Stephen Murphy, David Walsh, Alan Murphy, Damien Tynan, Noel Darcy, Mick Morrissey 0-1, Jason Shore, Brian Byrne, Tom Morrissey 1-1, Oliver Walsh, Shane Coonan, Shane Kinsella, Thomas Breen 1-0, Aidan Egan (used), Paul Maher.

 

Manager John Maher Selectors Alan Murphy, Ronan Ruane, Liam Dowling.

 

Ref. John Guinan.

28/1/2017

Muckalee bow out


Muckalee played Dicksboro in the 2016 u21 football Championship in Palmerstown .The game opened with a point from Brandon Sheehan the first of his two after a good team move but it was the home side who were leading at the break 4-5 to 0-3.Mark Dowling landed a neat score in the first half. Dicksboro pulled further ahead in the second  half , the reply for Muckalee was from Eoin Murphy who landed 1-1. Two penalties were awarded one to each side with the home side converting theirs but a miss for the visitors . Result 6-14 to 1-4

Muckalee Ronan Tynan, Jack Nolan, Robert Reid, Ciaran Brennan,Eoin Murphy 1-1,David Walsh,,Ciaran Nolan, Adam Comerford,Shane Kinsella, Adam Kelly, Brandon Sheehan0-2,Jason shore, Ciaran Fitzpatrick, Tommy Quirke,Mark Dowling 0-1, Tom Davis.

 

Selectors Eugene Maher, Richard Nolan, Seamus Tynan

Ref. Conor Everard

 

 

Muckalee loose out


Muckalee came up short in the County senior football semifinal against reigning champions Railyard, the game was play in Erins Own ground. The sides were level at the break 0-3 each. On a difficult day for football scores were hard to come by but it was Railyard who qualified for the final on the scoreline 0-7 to 0-6.

Team Stephen Murphy, Noel Darcy,Oliver Walsh, Aidan Murphy, Mick Morrissey, Paddy Nolan, Martin Dowling, Paul Maher,Bryan Byrne, John Mulhall 0-1,Tom Breen,Tom Morrissey, Fionn Lalor, John Maher 0-5, Eoin McGrath.

Subs. James Maher (used), Jason Shore (used), Conor Dowling, Shane Kinsella, Conor Kinsella, Shane Egan, John Joe Kelly, Aidan Egan, Damien Egan, Joe Maher (inj),Tommy Quirke (inj)

 

Selectors. Tom Cullen, Nicholas Purcell, Martin Dowd, Larry Maher.

 

Ref.Eugene Ryan

26/3/2016

 

 

Muckalee make Semis


Muckalee and James Stephens clashed in the quarter final of the Senior Football Championship in a home venue under lights . Muckalee started well and took a two point lead, but the visitors  took over scoring 1-5 without reply, the goal coming from a well struck penalty. A goal in the closing moments of the half from John Mulhall with the assist from John Maher closed the gap,  half-time score 1-5 to 1-3. Muckalee needed to up their game and with a good spread of scores throughout the team they made it into the semi-final helped by a goal from Tom Morrissey with the assist from Tom Breen. Final score 2-14 to 1-6.

Mark Murphy, Noel Darcy, Oliver Walsh 0-1, James Maher, Martin Dowling, Patrick Nolan, Mick Morrissey, Bryan Byrne, Paul Maher, Tom Morrissey 1-0, Tom Breen 0-3, John Mulhall 1-2, Fionn Lalor 0-2, John Maher 0-6,2f, Aidan Murphy.

Subs Jason Shore, Shane Kinsella, Conor Dowling, Eugene Maher , Shane Dowling,Conor Kinsella.

 

Selectors Tom Cullen   Nicholas Purcell   Martin Dowd

Ref. Sean Cleere

11/3/2016

Carrickshock win


Carrickshock were the visitors to Muckalee for this Junior Football League game and they went away with the points.Three goals scored in the opening half gave the visitors a big advantage at the break 3-4 to 0-2. Muckalee kept trying and scored two goals from Conor Dowling and Mark Murphy, final score 3-12 to 2-5.

Team Brian Cahill, Brian Cadigan,Nicholas Purcell, Alan Murphy, Conor Dowling, Conor Kinsella, Eoin Murphy, James Kelly, Mark Murphy 1-0, Eugene Maher, Loughlin Hogan, Shane Kinsella 0-2, Shane Dowling 0-2,Damien Tynan, Danny Quirke, Jason Shore 0-1.

 

Selectors Seamus Tynan Tom Dooley Anthony Maher

Ref.Ollie O Neill

6/3/2016

Improved performance


St. Patricks Ballyraggett were the visitors to Muckalee for their  final game in the JJ Kavanagh Senior Football League Group C. With both sides equal on points it was the visitors who made the best start scoring 1-1 in the first three minutes , the opening score for Muckalee a point from fullback Ollie Walsh came in the twelfth minute and Muckalee went on to lead at the break 1-6 to 1-4. The goal was scored by John Mulhall the first of two he netted in the game. Ballyraggett  goaled to retake the lead early in the second half but Muckalee took control of the game to run out winners 4-12 to 2-4. The goals from John Mulhall, Tom Breen, Bryan Byrne along with well worked points in an improved performance on their previous  games in the group.

Team Stephen Murphy, Noel Darcy, Ollie Walsh 0-1,James Maher, Michael Morrissey 0-3, Patrick Nolan, Martin Dowling, Joe Maher 0-2, Paul Maher, Tom Morrissey, Tom Breen 1-0, Shane Kinsella, John Maher0-5, Brandon Sheehan.

Subs Bryan Byrne 1-0, Jason Shore (u), Shane Dowling, Damien Tynan, Tommy Quirke, Shane Egan.

Selectors Tom Cullen,Nicholas Purcell,   Martin Dowd

Ref> Eamonn Larkin

20/2/2016

 

Kilmoganny win


Kilmoganny were the visitors to Muckalee and went away with the points on offer after a convincing win in the Senior Football League. On a cold and wintery night it was  the visitors who made the best start ,the half time score was 1-1 to 0-6 the goal came from Eoin McGrath with the assist from Jason Shore. Muckalees best spell came after the resumption but when Kilmoganny scored their first goal the went on to win. Final score 2-11 to 1-3

Team Stephen Murphy, Noel Darcy, Ollie Walsh, Conor Kinsella, Martin Dowling, Paul Maher, Brandon Sheehan, Bryan Byrne, John Mulhall, Thomas Breen, Tom Morrissey, Jason Shore, Shane Kinsella, Eoin McGrath 1-3,,Eugene Maher, Shane Dowling, Damien Tynan, Damien Egan,(all Played)

Selectors Martin Dowd, Tom Cullen, Nicholas Purcell.

 

REF. John Guinan

12/2/2016

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