Neil Welch Cup v Everton in Ballyadam Park on Tuesday 27th May 2014
Carrigtwohill United 2 Everton 1
Scorers – Liam Gosnell, Darragh McCann.
Carrigtwohill reached the final of the Neil Welch U15 Cup after a very exciting cup tie on Tuesday evening at Ballyadam. Carrig had Everton under pressure from the start of the game and created some good chances in the opening 10 minutes and Liam Gosnell was denied by the crossbar after he hit a great shot from the edge of the box . Both keepers were busy during a very entertaining first half and Ben O’Leary made a couple of fine saves to keep Carrig in the game as Everton went in search of a goal. At the other end of the field Evertons keeper had a fantastic game and kept Carrig at bay with one good save after another. Carrig should have scored before the break with Waters , Grimes and Manning all testing Evertons keeper. Then just before the break Everton were awarded a free in front the goal and a shot that beat Carrigs wall had the visitors I goal ahead as the ref blew for halftime .
Carrig had the best of the early chances again in the second half and were rewarded for their efforts after 5 minutes when Liam McCarthy picked out Liam Gosnell with a great cross and he gave Evertons keeper no chance with a shot from the edge of the box to make it 1-1. Both sides tried hard to get a hold of the game and slowly Carrig started to dominate but again they could not get the better of the visitors keeper. Carrig made a few changes and the fresh legs gave them a lift with both Tommy Buttler and Rotendo both doing well. Carrig won a corner with 2 minutes remaining and Darragh McCann rose highest in the box to score the winner with a powerfull header . A nail biting 6 minutes of extra time were added but Carrig held out to get to the final. Best for Carrig were Darragh McCann, Kevin Coady, Liam Gosnell and Ben O’Leary.
Man of the Match – Ben O’Leary.
Neil Welch Cup v Youghal United in Ardrath Park on Saturday 24th May 2014
Youghal United 2 Carrigtwohill United 3
Scorers – Andy Makumbi, Billy Manning, Rotendo Katsamudanga.
We went to Youghal for our quarter final clash and from the start our lads played very well. We had some great chances early but somehow Youghal were first to score on the 15th minute mark. Straight afterwards we had a goal disallowed for no reason when Billy’s header from a corner went straight in and a few mins later hit post. It stayed this way till half time.
At start of the second half we went all out to equalise but again Youghal somehow got their second goal. From there on in we had Youghal stuck in their box to equal. With a couple of charges and all the pressure. We finally broke down Youghal’s defence. With a great goal from Andy to put us back in contension with 8mins left. We quickly got our second goal when Billy turned their keeper to equal the game. With Youghal still shell shocked and only a few seconds left on clock Rotendo scored a great goal from outside the box to win the game for us. It was an amazing result and great credit to the team that never gave up. They deserved the win.
Man of the Match – Sean Mackey
Neil Welch Cup v Riverstown in Ballyadam Park on Wednesday 21st May 2014
Carrigtwohill United 4 Riverstown 2
Scorers – Billy Manning 3 Philip Dorgan.
Carrigtwohill march on to the quarter finals of the Neil Welch U15 Cup after a fantastic 4 – 2 victory over Div 2 leaders Riverstown on Wednesday evening at Ballyadam. Both sides started well creating plenty of chances and sounding each other out before Carrig scored the first goal after 15 minutes. Sean Mackey cleared a great ball to Liam Gosnell who played an inch perfect pass to Billy Manning on the edge of the box and he gave the keeper no chance with a rocket of a shot to the top corner of the net . In the next 20 minutes both teams were evenly matched and the visitors tried hard for an equaliser but were kept out by an in form Ben O’Leary in Carrig’s goal. Then just before the break the same combination of Manning and Gossnell put Carrig 2-0 ahead Liam picked out Billy with a fantastic cross to the back post and he scored with a diving header again giving the keeper no chance.
Riverstown had the better of the exchanges in the first 15 minutes of the second half but some great defending by Carrig’s defence kept them out and it was Carrig who scored to go 3-0 up. Liam McCarthy played a clever quick free to Liam Gosnell in the middle of the field and after some great football evolving the whole of Carrig’s midfield the ball was played into the box for David Grimes who turned his man and his shot hit the crossbar with the keeper beaten but Billy Manning followed up to score his hat trick. Carrig were full of confidence now and went in search of a 4th goal and they were rewarded 5 minutes later after another great shot from Liam Gosnell was pushed into the path of Philip Dorgan by Riverstowns keeper and he scored to make it 4-0. The final 10 minutes were frantic and Riverstown threw everything at Carrig in search of goals and Ben O’Leary made a couple of great saves to keep them out but the visitors scored 2 goals in a crazy 5 minute spell that Carrig had a couple of great chances and could have went 6 up. This was a game that Riverstown given their position in the league would have been expected to win and great credit is due to the Carrig lads for a fantastic wi , they showed great spirit and played the best football on the night. This was a huge team performance by Carrig and on the night they were best served by Liam Gosnell, Billy Manning, Darragh McCann and Ben O’Leary.
Man of the Match – Billy Manning
League v Kinsale in Kinsale on Wednesday 30th April 2014
Kinsale 3 Carrigtwohill United 3
Scorers – Billy Manning 2 Darragh McCann.
With the league coming to an end Carrig travelled to Kinsale on Wednesday evening. Carrig got off to a lively start and created the best of the chances in the opening 10 minutes but it was Kinsale who got off the mark first and they were 1 goal up after a good move down the right wing caught Carrig. Carrig rallied fast and had a goal disallowed 2 minutes later but they continued to attack the home defence and were rewarded with an equaliser just before half time. Darragh McCann headed on a free kick for Billy Manning to score to make it 1-1 at the break.
From the kick off Kinsale took the lead after a mistake at the back by Carrig. The visitors didn’t let this deter them and 10 minutes later got a deserved equaliser after Philip Dorgan was taken down for a penalty . Darragh McCann scored the penalty to make it 2-2. Carrig were on top in midfield and some great football had Kinsale struggling to keep them out. With 10 minutes remaining Billy Manning scored his second goal of the game from a John Hyde free kick to make it 3-2 to Carrig. It looked like Carrig would hold out for a well deserved win but Kinsale made it 3-3 two minutes from full time with an unstoppable free kick from outside the box. Best on the day for Carrig were Billy Manning Darragh McCann and Liam McCarthy.
Man of the Match – Liam McCarthy
League v Carrigaline United A in Ballyadam Park on Sunday 27th April 2014
Carrigtwohill United 0 Carrigaline United A 1
Carrig U15’s were at home to Carrigaline on Sunday morning . On league standings this was a game the home side should have had no problem winning and it looked like they would. Carrigtwohill started full of confidence and dominated all areas of the field. They played some great football against the wind, hit the post on a number of occasions and were unlucky not to be 3 goals up at the break.
The second half was much the same and Carrig continued to take the game to the visitors. 20 minutes into the half after relentless pressure they were rewarded with a penalty but Carrigaline’s keeper made a good save. Carrig won every tackle in midfield and were camped in the visitors half for most of the game but just could not score. Then with 2 minutes to go to full time disaster struck and Carrigaline scored from their only attack of the game to win 1-0.
Man of the Match – Billy Manning
League v Cobh Ramblers in Pat O’Brien Park on Friday 18th April 2014
Cobh Ramblers 2 Carrigtwohill United 3
Scorers – Philip Dorgan, Darragh McCann 2.
Another great result for Carrigtwohill U15’s on Friday night in Pat O’Brien Park Cobh. This was a difficult week for Carrig and the Cobh match was their third in six days. From the start of the match Cobh struggled to cope with Carrig’s front two of David Grimes and Philip Dorgan and they kept them busy for the rest of the game. Carrig dominated midfield and another strong performance from Billy Manning and John Hyde had Cobh on the back foot. Carrig’s first chance came when Manning put Grimes through and he rounded a defender on the edge of the box but the keeper pushed his shot out for a corner. The corner was cleared but Carrig were awarded a free 30 yards out and Darragh McCann scored Carrig’s first goal with a great shot to the corner of the net. Carrig continued to play some great football and Cobh were happy to get to half time only one down.
Carrig were two up 10 minutes into the second half when Philip Dorgan gave the keeper no chance with a great shot from outside the box. Cobh then scored against the run of play after a mistake in the visitor’s defence to make it 2 – 1. Carrig rallied fast and restored their two goal advantage 5 minutes later when Darragh McCann rose highest in the box to score with a powerful header from a well taken John Hyde free kick and the score was now 3-1. With 10 minutes remaining Cobh were awarded a soft penalty to make the score 3-2. Carrig regrouped and held out to register a very goog win over league leaders Cobh. Carrig were best severed on the day by David Grimes, Darragh McCann, Kevin Coady and Billy Manning .
Man of the Match – David Grimes.
Local Cup v Passage United in Ballyadam Park on Tuesday 15th April 2014
Carrigtwohill United 2 Passage United 2. Passage win on penalties.
Scorers – Billy Manning John Hyde.
Carrigtwohill exited the Local Cup after penalties following a very entertaining 2-2 draw to high flying first division Passage on Tuesday evening at Ballyadam. Carrig were up against a very strong Passage side in this cup tie. The visitors had a few good chances early in the game as would be expected from a team 3 divisions higher in the leagues but Carrig showed they were up for the challenge and showed great spirit to get back into the game. Carrig went a goal behind from corner after 25 minutes as Passage edged the midfield exchanges. The home side to their credit didn’t drop their heads and created some good chances with Billy Manning and Philip Dorgan both going close to scoring. Against the run of play Passage broke down the left wing and scored their second goal just before half time and give Carrig a difficult task in the second half.
The home side showed great belief in the second half and some great performances in particular by Shane Waters got back into the game. Darragh McCann and Kevin Coady were solid at the back Passage didn’t get a chance in the second half. Liam McCarthy made some great clearances and it was a great ball from McCarthy that set Billy Manning up to score with a volley from the edge of the box. Carrig worked hard all over the pitch and Passage struggled to keep with them. With 10 minutes remaining David Grimes was fouled after a good run down the right wind and John Hyde scored a great goal from the free kick out on the wing. Carrig continued to dominate the final 10 minutes of the game could not get the the winner they would have deserved and the game went to extra time. Both teams had given their all and extra time was uneventful with both defences doing well but Carrig were denied a clear penalty with only 2 minutes of the extra time on the clock and the game then went to a penalty shoot out. Passage showed a little more experience and won 3-1 on penalties. This was a fantastic team performance from the Carrig lads in a game that few gave them much of a chance.
Man of the Match – Shane Waters
League v Greenwood in Leeds Park on Sunday 13th April 2014
Carrigtwohill United 1 Greenwood 2
Scorer – David Grimes.
Carrig U15’s were up against Greenwood on Sunday morning in the League at Ballyadam. After a great performance and being held to a draw by top of the table Cobh a week earlier another big performance was expected from the home side in this game. However from the kick off Carrig struggled to get into the game and a few early nervous exchanges seemed to encourage Greenwood and allowed them to dictate most of the first half even though they failed to make a break through thanks to some stubborn defending from the home defence. Carrig were happy to get to the break 0 – 0.
Carrig were a different side in the second half winning most of the exchanges in midfield. They were rewarded for their efforts after 10 minutes when Brendan Towmey cut through the middle and put a great ball into the path of Philip Dorgan but his shot was pushed away by Greenwoods keeper to David Grimes who scored from the edge of the box. Greenwood slowly got back into the game and a well taken goal had them level with 20 minutes to go. The remainder of the game was very open and twice Carrig came close to taking the lead again. But the final twist came at the other end of the pitch with less than 5 minutes remaining when Greenwood scored the winner with a lucky toe-poke to the net as Carrig were slow to clear their lines.
Man of the Match – Kevin Coady
League v Leeds in Leeds Park on Saturday 29th March 2014
Leeds 0 Carrigtwohill United 3
Scorers – Philip Dorgan Brendan Twomey David Grimes.
Carrigtwohill Utd recorded a great win on Saturday morning against Leeds at Leeds Park. Carrig overcame the challenge of a very physical Leeds side in this action packed contest. As the game started the rain came down and made the conditions very difficult for the rest of the game. Both sides created some good early chances but Carrig shaded the first half. Carrig were strong in defence and were best served by Kevin Coady and Darragh McCann in the centre and Liam McCarthy and Sean Mackey on the wings driving forward at every opportunity. With ten minutes to go in the first half McCarthy hit a great ball over the home defence and Philip Dorgan pounced to head home and put Carrig one up. The visitors were unlucky not to be two up just before the break after a great move on the wing, Dylan McCann played a great one- two with Brendan Twomey before putting a great cross into the box.
Carrigtwohill were quick off the mark and started the second half in great style with Brendan Twomey testing the home defence every time he had the ball. After another good attack from Twomey Carrig were awarded a corner, Dylan McCann put a great ball into the box for Twomey to score and make it 2-0 with half an hour to go. Leeds came back into the game and had a some good possession but never really threatened Ben O’Leary’s goal. Carrig not happy with a two goal advantage drove on in search of another and brought the best out of Leeds keeper who made a couple of good saves. Shane Waters came on for Philip Dorgan and kept the home defence busy. The momentum was with Carrig and they were relentless in their search of a third goal to kill off the game and it came after a great move on the right wing, Billy Manning put Twomey clear down the wing and his cross to the front post was met by Waters and Leeds keeper but the ball broke loose and David Grimes scored Carrig’s third goal. To their credit Leeds never gave up and tried hard in the last ten minutes to get a consolation goal but Carrig easily dealt with everything they threw at them. This was a great team performance and Carrig were worth their three goal advantage in what was an important win for them to get back in contention for league honours.
Man of the Match – Sean Mackey
League v Cobh Ramblers in Ballyadam Park on Sunday 16th March 2014
Carrigtwohill United 1 Cobh Ramblers 1
Scorers – Brendan Twomey.
Carrigtwohill U15’s continued their run of good of form with a well earned draw with top of the table Cobh Ramblers on Sunday morning at Ballyadam. Cobh had a strong gale behind them in the first half and they created the best of the chances in the opening ten minutes. Carrig dealt with the early challenge from Cobh and created a couple of good chances through Dorgan and Twomey. Carrig shaded an action packed first half with a very strong performance from the home defence in difficult conditions. Ben O’Leary made a couple of good saves while Darragh McCann and Kevin Coady were as usual solid at the centre of defence. Shane Waters and Liam McCarthy cleared everything that came their way and started many a good move forward but the half finished 0-0.
There was no let up in excitement in the second half. Carrig started well and dominated the early exchanges with Billy Manning and John Hyde controlling midfield but against the run of play Cobh scored after a mistake on the edge of the box by the home defence. But to their credit Carrig played some great football to get back into the game. Brendan Twomey and Dylan McCann were a constant threat going forward both linked well with the front two of Philip Dorgan and David Grimes who held the ball up well and kept the visitors defence busy. Carrig equalised after another well taken corner from Dylan McCann was headed against the post by Darragh McCann and Grimes put the rebound back across the goal for Twomey to score. Carrig made two changes and brought on Sean Mackey and James Doyle and continued to push for a winner but Cobh’s keeper kept them out. This was a great team performance and deserved a win. Best on the day for Carrig were Billy Manning, Liam McCarthy and Brendan Twomey.
Man of the Match – Liam McCarthy.
Local Cup v Avondale United A in Ballyadam Park on Sunday 2nd March 2014
Carrigtwohill United 7 Avondale United A 1
Scorers – Philip Dorgan 3, Liam Gosnell 2, David Grimes.
With terrible conditions, we went down 1 nil early in the game. By half time we were back in the game with a great goal from Liam Gosnell. The second half started much better with an early goal from Philip Dorgan to put us ahead and from there on in we dominated the game. With another goal from Liam, 2 more from Philip and 2 goals from David Grimes saw us comfortably win the game. It was a great team performance throughout, having us look forward to the next round of the cup.
Man of the Match – Liam Gosnell
Local Cup v Midleton A in Knockgriffin on Sunday 19th January 2014
Midleton A 2 Carrigtwohill United 7
Scorers – Philip Dorgan 3, Liam Gosnell 3, Billy Manning.
Carrigtwohill U15’s traveled to Midleton for the first round of the local cup on Sunday morning and came away with a well deserved 7-2 win. Carrig started well and were 1 goal up after 10 minutes. Gary O’Brien hit a great shot from outside the box that Midleton’s keeper could not hold and Philip Dorgan followed up to head the ball to the net. From the kick-off Midleton had more of the ball and scored two quick goals in a 15 minute spell. Carrig were level just before the break when Liam Gosnell scored with a great shot to make it 2-2.
The second half saw Carrig give a better account of themselves. They started to pass the ball better and got at the Midleton defence. Philip Dorgan sored two goals to put Carrig in control of the game,the first was a tap in but the second for his hatrick was a great shot inside the box. The momentum was now with Carrig and they didn’t have to wait long for their next goal. A great pass from Shane Waters set Billy Manning up to score number 5. Then Liam Gosnell cut in from the right wing and rounded three Midleton defenders before driving the ball to the top corner of the net for Carrig’s 6th. Gosnell scored his hatrick when he lobbed the keeper to make it 7-2 to Carrig as the ref blew for full time. This was a good win for Carrig, the defence were solid and it was good to see the goals going in again. Best on the day for Carrig were Billy Manning, Liam Mc Carthy, Philip Dorgan and Liam Gosnell.
Man of the Match – Liam Gosnell
League v Carrigaline United A in Ballea Park on Saturday 4th January 2014
Carrigaline United A 1 Carrigtwohill United 1
Scorers – David Grimes.
Carrigtwohill traveled to Carrigaline on Saturday morning for their first league game of the new year. The game got off to a slow start and it was clear both teams had not played since early December. The home side had the better of the early chances and scored the first goal of the game after 20 minutes following some poor defending by the Carrigtwohill lads. Carrigaline dominated the rest of the first half but Carrigtwohill didn’t give up and were rewarded when David Grimes scored with a great free kick from outside the box to make it 1 – 1 at half time.
The second half was better with both sides giving everything in a very tight contest. Carrigtwohill had plenty of the ball but couldn’t get past a strong home defence and had to settle with a draw. Man of the match Ben O’Leary made a great save in the first half to keep his team in the game.
Man of the Match – Ben O’Leary
League v Greenwood in Togher on Saturday 7th December 2013
Greenwood 4 Carrigtwohill United 2
Scorers – Brendan Twomey, Alan Warren.
A bad result for us again today as we were by far the better team on the day with us dominating control but just could not get the breaks we needed for the win . But with the way boys playing i know it cant be long before we get back to winning ways soon.
Man of the Match – James Doyle
League v Leeds A in Ballyadam Park on Sunday 24th November 2013
Carrigtwohill United 3 Leeds A 5
Scorers – Darragh McCann 2, Liam Gosnell.
Carrigtwohill were beaten 5 – 3 in a high scoring game at Ballyadam on Sunday morning. The score is not a true reflection of the game as this was a game that Carrig could and should have won. Carrig started well and had the visitors under pressure for most of the first half but it was Leeds who opened the scoring after 20 minutes following a mix up in the home defence. Carrig went in search of an equalizer and were unlucky with a couple of chances but were 2 down after some clinical finishing by Leeds from what was only their second attack of the game. To their credit Carrig didn’t give up and worked hard to get back into the game. Darragh McCann scored a great header from a Liam Gosnell corner and Carrig were level before the break after a great piece of individual play by Gosnell, he picked up the ball in his own half and rounded four defenders before beating the keeper on his near post to make it 2 – 2.
The second half was the same as the first Carrig had all the play but couldn’t buy a goal. After dominating the first 20 minutes of the second half Carrig hit self-distruct conceding 3 soft goals during a poor 10 minute spell for the home side. Then Darragh McCann scored his second goal of the game from a penalty to make it 5 – 3 to Leeds after Liam Gosnell was taken down in the box. Carrig played their part in a great game but Leeds were clinical with the limited chances they got.
Man of the Match – Liam Gosnell
Welch Cup v Carrigline United A in Shanbally on Saturday 19th October 2013
Carrigline United A 2 Carrigtwohill United 7
Scorers – Brendan Twomey 3, Liam Gosnell, Philip Dorgan, Dylan McCann, Billy Manning.
From the start of game we looked like we were back to playing like we can, with our first attack Billy was unlucky not to score when he slid in just missing from a cross from Liam. After this we had most of game play but some how on half hour mark Carrigaline scored from a good goal from outside the box. We again started fast from kick off when Billy put Gosnell through to get equaliser and then 5 mins later Brendan put Philip in to put us 1 up which had us starting to look good when with just before break Brendan got his first of day.
Straight after kick off in second half Carrigaline scored from a corner after a mix up in defence, but then again we started good again when our defence cleared all ball coming their way Brendan then chased down a defender and forced a mistake to take ball off him and with a good 1-2 with Liam had his second goal to put us 2 up. From there kick off Liam won ball to put Dylan in to score from outside box. 5 mins later Liam broke down wing and shot but hit crossbar but Brendan followed up to get his third of day ,we were cruising now and just before end Billy got a great headed goal from a corner to end game comfortably with a great team performance on the day.
Man of the Match – Billy Manning
League v Corinthian Boys A in Ballyadam Park on Sunday 13th October 2013
Carrigtwohill United 3 Corinthian Boys A 1
Scorers – John Hyde, Darragh McCann 2.
A great performance from Carrigtwohill saw them run out 3-1 winners against top of the table Corinthian Boys on Sunday morning. Carrig got off to a great start and had Corinthians under pressure early in the game but the had to wait until the twentieth minute for their first score. Carrig won a corner and Corinthians failed to clear the ball properly, Liam Gosnell was first to react and he picked out John Hyde on the edge of the box and he scored with a great shot to the top corner. Carrig were well on top and Darragh McCann hit the crossbar with a great free kick but McCann didn’t have to wait long for his goal. Another great move by Carrig forced a corner and Liam Gosnell’s quality cross was headed to the net by McCann for his first goal of the game.
Corinthians were first out of the blocks in the second half and scored after five minutes after Carrig failed to deal with a corner. Corinthians pushed forward for an equalizer and had the better of the next ten minutes but Carrig’s new look defence of Sean Mackey, Darragh McCann , Kevin Coady and Liam McCarthy stood up to the visitors and gradually got their team back into the game. Carrig’s third goal was a carbon copy of their second again it was Gosnell’s corner to the back for McCann to score his second goal of the game and make it 3-1 to the home side. This was a great team performance so early in the season against a strong Corinthian side. Best on the day for Carrig were captain Kevin Coady, Darragh McCann and Liam Gosnell. Corinthians defence had no answer to Man of the match Liam Gosnell who set up all three goals for his team.
Man of the Match – Liam Gosnell
League v Mallow United A in St Gobnait’s Park on Saturday 21st September 2013
Mallow United A 1 Carrigtwohill United 0
Carrig traveled to St Gobnait’s Park on Saturday morning to play Mallow in the league. The game got off to lively start with both keepers called on to make some good saves in the opening 10 minutes. Liam Gosnell started very well on the wing and could have had a couple of goals but for a great display by Mallow’s keeper. David Grimes was busy up front and brought the best out of the keeper with a low drive from the edge of the box. Then against the run of play Mallow took the lead after a mix up in the visitors defence just before half time.
The second half saw Carrig dominate most of the play as they pushed forward in search of an equalizer. Brendan Twomey and Billy Manning were next to test the home defence after some great play in the middle of the field. Carrig had Mallow on the rack but just could not get the ball in the net. With 3 minutes to go Billy Manning scored after getting on the end of a Liam Gosnell free but the ref inexplicably disallowed the goal. Carrig were the better team but were unlucky on the day this was a game they should have won. Man of the match John Hyde worked hard all day and kept his team going on a very warm day.
Man of the Match – John Hyde
League v Kinsale in Ballyadam Park on Friday 13th September 2013
Carrigtwohill United 2 Kinsale 1
Scorers – OG, Liam Gosnell.
Carrigtwohill u15’s played Kinsale in their first league game of the season on Friday evening at Ballyadam. Carrig started the game well and looked comfortable with the ball in the first 10 minutes but the visitors gradually got into the game and after 20 minutes scored a good goal after a break from midfield. Kinsale controlled the first 30 minutes of the game and should have scored more from all the chances they created. Carrig regrouped and some great defending by Kevin Coady and Sean Mackey got them to the break just 1 goal down.
The second half was a better contest with Carrig creating the better chances. Billy Manning , Dylan McCann and John Hyde were on top in midfield and Kinsale struggled to keep up with them. Liam Gosnell and David Ryan were brought on with 30 minutes to go and this gave Carrig an extra lift going forward. Carrig were now dominating the game , Darragh McCann came close with 2 free kicks and Liam Gosnell hit the crossbar with another. With 10 minutes to go Carrig were playing great football but were still 1 goal down then after another good move Carrig were rewarded with a free kick just outside the box. Liam Gosnell hit a great free kick which was diverted to the net by one of Kinsale\’s defenders to make it 1 – 1. Carrig pushed forward in search of a winner and it came with only 2 minutes remaining. Liam Gosnell got the ball in midfield raced down the right wing and hit an unstoppable shot from the edge of the box to make it 2 – 1 and win the game for the home side. Best on the day for Carrig were Billy Manning, Sean Mackey, Kevin Coady and Liam Gosnell.
Man of the Match – Kevin Coady