Feile and U21 Semi Final reports

Feile weekend
The U14s put on a nice display of hurling in three games over weekend, much to the credit of Vinny, Michael and Martin. 
In the first game on Friday evening against Gort they were on top from start to finish. They won easily and though Gort had tried to come back at them in the second half, Killimordaly were much stronger across the park. The second game saw us playing Ardrahan who had beaten us in the championship, we started much stronger and were well on  top for the first half ending the half on a scoreline of 2 00 to 0 02. While they came back at us we managed to stay on top leading by four points until near the end when a  poor decision gave a point from a free and a sucker punch goal ended the game in a draw 2 01 to 1 04. 
The final game saw us playing Carnmore where the winner would get the Semi final place. The first half both teams were even ending the half level 1 02 to 1 02. The shorter break between the two morning games on the Saturday told, as Carnmore started the second half looking a little stronger and fitter. The lads put up a big effort to get back but just fell short loosing out on a scoreline 2 03 to 1 07.
Though disappointed they are still in the Championship and are one of the top teams in the group at the moment. The management would like to thank the lads for their effort and would like to thank all who gave their support over the weekend.
Under 21 Semi final
The U21s Semi final against Cois Fhairraige was always going to be a tough assignment. The task was not helped in the first half playing against a gale in Turloughmore and then loosing the captain at full back to a hamstring injury did not help the cause. At half time it looked like a mountain to climb at 14pts to 5, but the lads came out fighting and brought the game back to 4 pts. A goal opportunity was missed and Cois Fharraige finished stronger with 5 unanswered points and winning by 21pts to 11.
Iomar and the management would like to thank the lads for the effort they have put in and to all the supporters who where there on Sunday evening.        

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