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Footballers dig deep to reach semi final

East Cork Junior A Football Championship Quarter Final – Sat 28th May, Glenville Carraig na bhFear 0-08 Lisgoold 0-06 Carraig advanced to the East Cork semi final after a hard fought win over Lisgoold in Glenville in the quarter final on Saturday night. Having overcome Midleton and Fr. O’Neills impressively after a round 1 defeat to Cloyne, Carraig knew it would all count for little if they couldn’t see off the formidable challenge of Lisgoold. Conditions in Glenville on Saturday night were perfect for football, the pitch in excellent condition and the summer sun was shining. However, a month had passed since our last match against Fr. O’Neills and that was evident in the number of missed chances accumulated over the hour. Carraig started brightly and an early Aaron Dorgan point had us on the board after 2 minutes. John Cashman, the Lisgoold dangerman, was on target from a free soon after to level the sides up. With Paul O’Keeffe and Shane Horgan winning possession around midfield we dominated the early exchanges but struggled to make it show on the scoreboard, a number of early wides flowed until our second point on 10 minutes. The defence was confident and assured but it took us until the 17th minute to trouble the scoreboard operator again with our third point. An instant reply from the men in blue made it 0-03 to 0-02 after 18 minutes. Carraig were forced into an early change when centre forward Brendan Murphy picked up a knock, Con Burns being introduced in his place. Both sides were defending well and it was Lisgoold who were next...

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