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Inter Champ 2012

posted Jul 18, 2012, 3:53 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Oct 3, 2012, 9:54 AM ]
Ruan .0-16   Newmarket .1-9

Beaten finalists for the past two years, Ruan confirmed their place in the semi-finals of this year’s title race with victory over Newmarket on Saturday evening.

They were, however, under a lot of pressure and goalkeeper Pakie Roughan came to their aid on a number of occasions with some fine stops.

Full-forward Aidan Lynch was their top scorer with 0-7, while Colin Donoghue (0-4) and Patrick Keegan (0-3) made valuable contributions also.

Newmarket failed to turn some good possession into scores and, at the end of the day, this proved costly for them and ended their involvement in this year’s title race.

Ruan: Pakie Roughan; Gary Bell, Niall O’Connor, Leon Quirke; Killian Ryan, Jonathon Clohessy, Dara Roughan; Eoin Hanrahan, Tadhg Hanrahan; John Punch, Colin Donoghue, Michael Vaughan; Brendan Lyons, Aidan Lynch, Partick Keegan. 

Subs: Caimin Howard for Keegan and Damian Brohan for E Hanrahan (inj).

Newmarket: Ian Mulcahy; Eoin McInerney, Brian Clancy, Brendan Mullins; Shane Kelliher, Brian McMahon, Martin Frawley; Frank Melody, Niall Enright; Neil Ryan, Shane Liddy, Alan McInerney; Martin Murphy, Dominick McMahon, Paudie Hayes.

Subs: Seanie Arthur for D McMahon, Evan Keogh for Hayes and Hayes for Ryan.


Ruan 2-19   Ogonnelloe 3-7

    Ruan kept up their strong challenge for intermediate championship honours with this win over Ogonnelloe at Sixmilebridge on Saturday.

A goal from Robert Dreelin helped the East Clare side to an early lead, 1-3 to 0-3 but midway through the half Ruan took control and went on to lead by six points at half time. They hit 1-6 without reply, the goal coming from John Punch, to lead 1-10 to 1-4 at the interval.

Points were swapped early in the second half before Ruan stepped up a gear and by a Brendan Lyons goal helped push them twelve points clear at one stage.

Ogonnelloe battled on and goals from Rory Skelly and Colm Forde together with points from Peter O’Brien, helped close the gap before the final whistle.

Ruan: Pakie Roughan; Gary Bell, Niall O’Connor, Leon Quirke; Killian Ryan, Jonathon Clohessy, Darragh Roughan; Tadhg Hanrahan, Eoin Hanrahan;  John Punch, Colin Donoghue, Michael Vaughan; Patrick Keegan, Aidan Lynch, Brendan Lyons.

Subs: Alan Bell for Punch; Caimin Howard for Donoghue; Robbie O’Loughlin for Keegan.

Ogonnelloe: Eoin Sheedy; Sean Kikkers, Michael Costello, Colm Forde; John O’Brien, Peter O’Brien, Peter English; Daniel Cunnane, Thomas Condon; Joseph Mooney, Barry Kiely, Ozer McMahon; Robert Dreelin, Kieran Forde, Rory Skelly.

Subs: Michael O’Brien, for Kiely; Michael N Bugler for K Forde; Patrick Mooney for J Mooney; Barry Kiely for Dreelin.


Ruan  1-19   Bodyke  2-9

Beaten finalists for the past two years, Ruan, made a winning start to the championship when they accounted for Bodyke at Shannon on Saturday.
Ruan were four points clear at half-time and while Bodyke kept the pressure on, the winners were always that bit ahead. 

Aidan Lynch was their goalscorer while Bodyke’s goals came from Kieran Walsh from a 20m free and Brian O’Grady.

Ruan: Pakie Roughan; Gary Bell, Niall O’Connor, Leon Quirke; Killian Ryan, Jonathon Clohessy, Darragh Roughan; Tadhg Hanrahan, Eoin Hanrahan; Alan Bell, Colin Donoghue, Caimin Howard; Patrick Keegan, Aidan Lynch, Brendan Lyons.
Subs: Robbie O’Loughlin for A Bell; John Punch for Keegan.

Bodyke: Seamus Ryan; Keith O’Donnell, Caimin Treacy, Gavin Moroney; Colin Molloy, Kieran Walsh, Oisín Molloy; PJ Kelleher, Stephen Madden; Brian O’Grady, Colm Madden, Ivan McNamara; Patrick Fitzgerald, Fergus Slattery, Shane Walsh.
Sub: Eanna Doyle for Slattery.

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