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Shelly inspires Mullinahone past Ballina

Wednesday, 10th April, 2019 2:01pm
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Shelly inspires Mullinahone past Ballina

Ballina's Conor Bourke gets away from Mullinahone's Michael O'Shea. PHOTO: ODHRAN DUCIE

Shelly inspires Mullinahone past Ballina

Ballina's Conor Bourke gets away from Mullinahone's Michael O'Shea. PHOTO: ODHRAN DUCIE

Mullinahone 2-19

Ballina 1-12

 

By Liam Hogan at The Ragg

 

Mullinahone’s greater all round ability proved to much for Ballina in an entertaining opening round group 3 game in the O’Riain Cup on Sunday evening.

A lack of attacking prowess proved to be Ballina’s downfall. Trailing 0-11 to 1-7 at half time it looked as if they had turned a corner but the concession of goals in the 33rd & 53rd minutes allowed the Southsiders pull away to register a good win.

It was Jack Shelly, who must have caught the attention of the Tipp selectors, use the freedom of the park to score five points from play.

 

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