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Minors lose by 4 at Mearnóg
MFL1 Naomh Mearnóg 3-14 St Sylvesters 3-10 Just pipped in what I heard described as a top class game.
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Article Troff documentMinor hurlers pipped at the post
MHL2 St Sylvesters 1-11 Erins Isle 1-12 Isles goaled with the last puck of the game well into injury time to win after we had fought our way into the lead with a goal about 10 minutes from time. It was a pity to see our county players umpiring instead of playing.
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ArticleStephen Cunningham at midfeild for Dublin Minors
Stephen is starting and Conor Ryan is in the subs for Dublin's first outing in the Championship Leinster MFC first round at Dr Cullen Park (7.0)
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ArticleSyls in Minor Action.
Dessie Farrell's Dublin Minors retained the Leinster Minor League with three Syls lads in the starting linup - Stephen Scuby Cunningham, Dave Sexton and Conor Ryan. Kevin O'Flynn lined out at midfield for the Minor Hurlers in their win over Limerick. Nice to see Conor and Kevin out with our own minors on Sunday at Finbars.
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ArticleMinor hurlers win at Finbars
MHL Div2 St Sylvesters 3 - 13 Naomh Fionnbarra 3- 7 It was a steady performance all around, we were up three points at half time. Fionnbars clawed it back to one point half ways through the second half but we pulled away finishing the stronger adding the last four points without reply.
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ArticleSyls players in Leinster Minor League Final
Best of luck to Stephen Cunningham, Conor Ryan and David Sexton in the Minor Leinster League Final. Dublin V Meath Sat 31st in Navan, throw In 4.00 p.m.
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ArticleMinor Bs spectacular comeback
Well done to St Sylvester’s Minor B team who completed a spectacular comeback to beat St Vincent’s in a keenly contested match in Broomfield. At one stage Syls trailed by 6 points in the second half but a great team performance saw them winning by a deserved 3 points.
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Article text/texmacsMinor As impressive over Vincents
Both Minor Football teams played Vincents in Broomfield this morning. The As really opened up in the second half after being held to a single point at the break. Defensively we were always on top with Conor Quinn solid at fullback, Stephen Cunningham and Jack Hazely commanding in midfield and Conor Mullarkey and Mark Hazely very lively up front. Yet again we have high expectations of our Minors.
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Article ECMAScript programScoil Iosa go down to Knockbeg in Leinster Senior Colleges
Leinster Colleges A 2nd Rd Knockbeg Col Carlow 0-12 Scoil Iosa 1-06 Played at Dr Cullen Park in Carlow on Friday, Scoil Iosa made up mostly of Syls Minors made a good comeback early in the second half with a goal from Conor Mullarkey and points from Fionn Cahil and Mark Hazely but Knockbeg regained control and qualified for the 1/4 finals.
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ArticleMinors 'pipped at the post' for the league title
MFL1 Final Ballyboden St Endas 3-05 St Sylvesters 2-07 What a shame for our fine Minor team, we led from the start and looked for most of the game like we would win our first Div1 title in a long while. We played with a mild but bitter wind in the first half, few nice points , flick by Meaney to Mark Hazely for a nice goal, solo effort from Fionn for a second and we led by 2-03 to 1-01 at the break.
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