Our U21 football team had a convincing win over Borrisokane in the County U21A Football semi-final player earlier today in Templederry. Corner forward Shane Doyle was ruled out through injury early in the week and we were dealt a further blow when goalkeeper Luke Patterson was injured in training last night. Nick Keane replaced Shane Doyle in the starting 15 with Radek Natkaneicz slotting in between the posts.
Brackens took control straight from the throw-in and after 5 minutes it was clear that there was only going to be one winner. JK Brackens were well on top all over the field and combined to produce some fantastic scores to go in at half time 6-14 to 0-1 to the good. The second half continued in the same fashion and we ran out easy winners - 7-21 to 0-03 to secure a place in next weekends County Final against Moyle Rovers.
JK Brackens Óg 7-21 Borrisokane 0-03
Team: Radek Natkaneicz, Conor Sheedy, Mikey Egan, Jack Prout, Éanna McBride (0-3), Tom Murphy, Neil Quinlan, Paddy Cadell (0-2), David O’ Shea (0-1), Jordan Moloney (1-0), Lyndon Fairbrother (1-2), Jack Kennedy (1-4), Stevie Quinlan (2-0), Andrew Ormond (2-2, 1F)), Nick Keane (0-7)
Subs: Aidan Coffey for Éanna McBride, Ryan McDonnell for Mikey Egan, Ciarán Byrne for Tom Murphy, Daire Kavanagh for Lyndon Fairbrother, Eddie Bergin for Paddy Cadell, Tadhg Nolan for Jordan Moloney, Lorcan Roche, Jason Kirwan, Liam Kennedy, Stephen Delahunty, Martin Bergin, Cian McDonnell, Shane Doyle (inj), Luke Patterson (inj)