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GAA: Historic First for Skehana/Mountbellew-Moylough

County under 15 B1 Hurling Cup Final – Wednesday, 3rd October 2018 

Skehana/Mountbellew-Moylough 4-14 Gort 0-5 

(Photos courtesy of Joe Keane) 

Skehana/Mountbellew-Moylough’s under 15 hurlers became the first team since their merger (Skehana and Mountbellew/Moylough) was made to clinch county glory after this comprehensive victory in Duggan Park, Ballinasloe.

Three first half goals sent them on their way and they added the fourth in the second half before heading on a parish homecoming tour the following Sunday.  Shea Fallon was named Man of the Match.

Skehana Mountbellew Moylough under 15 hurling
The Skehana/Mountbellew/Moylough team which defeated Gort in the Galway Under 15 B1 final, Back row, Left to right: Daniel Connolly, Oisin Callanan, Aodan Kelly, Robert Colleran, Colm Haverty, Sean Hanberry, Ben Murphy, Brian Noone, Jason Connolly, Oisin Lohan, Andrew Cummins, Michael Lally, Shea Fallon. Front row, Left to right: Daithi Colleran, Stephen Laffey, Dean Cunningham, Aaron Maloney, Donal Loftus, Gary Cummins, Luke Lally, Joe Gallagher, Liam Gormally, Ronan Murphy, Michael kelly, Fionn O’Connor, Stephen Ruane.

Shea Fallon
Shea Fallon Skehana/Mountbellew/Moylough receives the man of the match in the Under 15 B1 final from Tom Monaghan, Ocean Hygeine Supplies.

Gort under 15 hurling
The Gort team which were defeated by Skehana/Mountbellew/Moylough in the Under 15 B1 final, Back row, left to right: Andrew Murphy, Paul kelly, Sean Gormally, Peter Connolly, Dara Cleary, Tiernan Finn, Gabriel Rodrigues dos Santos, Diarmuid Helebert, Nathan Gill, James Duffy. Front row, left to right: Cian Naughton, Eric Hardiman, Peter Nolan, Nathan Smith, Ben O’Donovan, Niall Carr, Dylan Murphy, Lorcan Walsh, Gabriel Castor, Matthew Kerins.

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