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Battling second half secures two points for Mals

Naomh Malachi produced a battling second half performance to claim the two points on offer in their third league game of the year against Stabannon Parnells. Trailing by two points at the interval, the introduction of substitute Jack Kirwan was the catalyst for the comeback that owed much to a goal from Colin Rooney. The opening quarter of the game

Mals squeeze past Stabannon on score difference and progress to quarter-finals

Naomh Malachi will contest their first Junior Football Championship quarter-final since 1979 after their draw on Friday night with Stabannon Parnells guaranteed their place thanks to the score difference rule. The old adage of ‘goals-win-games’ didn’t exactly ring true for this encounter but the Courtbane men didn’t lose and that was all that mattered as they progress to face Lann

Two-goal slavo from Cluskey the difference

A two goal salvo from youngster David Cluskey was ultimately the difference between the sides as the visitors claimed the points in this Division 3 tussle in Courtbane. A brace of well taken goals from the corner forward separated the sides at the half time interval, and although the home side tried to mount a comeback their efforts were in