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Nenagh CBS miss out in Munster final

Wednesday, 10th April, 2019 1:40pm
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Nenagh CBS miss out in Munster final

Nenagh CBS Minor Soccer team

Nenagh CBS miss out in Munster final

Nenagh CBS Minor Soccer team

St Francis' College, Rochestown 2 

Nenagh CBS 0 

 

By Enda Treacy in Charleville 

 

Nenagh CBS fell at the final hurdle against Rochestown College in a full blooded and hard fought Munster Minor 'A' Schools Soccer final last Thursday afternoon. 

It was a fantastic achievement for Nenagh to get to this stage but they met a highly talented and slick Cork outfit in the form of Rochestown College. 

Second half goals from Adrien Thibaut broke Nenagh hearts, as they defended admirably for much of the game, particularly Justin Dimitru who had an excellent game at the centre-back, with everyone in a Nenagh jersey putting in a monumental effort. 

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St Francis' College, Rochestown: Ryan Delaney, Declan Carroll, Kevin Lyons, Shane Tobin,Michael O’Mahony, William Buckley, Padraig Murphy, Jack Cunningham, Adrien Thibaut, Harry Nevin, Harry Flanagan. 

Sub: Daniel Apaintaku for Carroll (30). 

Nenagh CBS: Luke Connolly, Aidan O’Dwyer, Joseph Coffey, Justin Dimitru, Eoin Moloney, Phillip McIntyre, Brian McEvoy, Cillian Scully, Sam Rosney, James Carroll, Ben Connolly. 

Subs: Paddy Parala for B Connolly (33); Ben Connolly for Rosney (48); Kieran Grace O’Dwyer (51).

 

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