Ulster club IFC: Mullahoran win on free kicks to set up final date with Naomh Eanna

November 17, 2018

Mullahoran sharpshooter Enda O'Reilly holds onto possession and Kevin McConnell of Belturbet closes in

There was incredible drama at the Athletic Grounds where a free-taking competition was needed to decide an epic Ulster club IFC semi-final between Cavan's Mullahoran and Banagher of Derry.

After two periods of extra-time had failed to separate the sides, Mullahoran won 5-3 on free kicks to progress to the final against Antrim's Naomh Eanna, who defeated Tattyreagh of Tyrone by 0-13 to 1-8 in the second part of tonight's double-header.

Mullahoran and Banagher were level on 0-12 to 1-9 at the end of normal time, with Tiarnan Moore's last-minute point for the latter forcing extra-time. They were still deadlocked at the end of the first 20-minute period of extra-time (0-17 to 1-14) and at the end of the second 10-minute period (0-19 to 1-16).

A free-taking competition followed with Cormac O'Reilly scoring the decisive point.

In the other semi-final, Odhran Eastwood, Eoin Nagle, Ruairi Scott and Mickey Morgan were the scoring heroes for Naomh Eanna in their suprise win over Tattyreagh.



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