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Report: Senior Men Return To Winning Ways in AFL2

Our men’s senior team maintained their winning start to AFL Division 2 on a damp, breezy night in Broomfield. With very contrasting fortunes in the recent senior championship both teams were looking to maintain winning records in AFL2 and Castleknock, with 11 of the team who recently beat St. Vincent’s in the championship started as favourites. Their bright start justified this tag and they had two points on the board within the first two minutes.

St. Sylvesters, missing six of their championship panel owing to injury and exams, came back into the match via a Micheál McCarthy point. However C’knock took over the game again and went 0-4 to 0-1 ahead. Five points from St. Sylvester’s from the 15th minute onward to half time ensured that the home team had parity at half-time with the score reading 0-6 a piece. With McCarthy and Alex Wright prominent from a scoring perspective they were ably assisted by the Sylvester’s midfield pairing and younger players like Sean Daly and Daniel Deneher.

Castleknock scored the first point of the second half and from here the scoreboard see-sawed with both teams swapping points until the 12th minute of the second half. A good save from reserve keeper Kevin Morris (Mick Sheil was representing Dublin seniors) spurred the home side into a higher gear. From here the industry of Conor Meaney and Mark Finnerty up front along with strong showings from Andrew Cunningham, Conor Quinn and Deneher at the back saw St. Sylvester’s take the lead. Credit must be given to the St. Sylvester’s substitutes Karl Archibald, Mark Finnerty, Pearse Gibney and Jack Whelan (enjoying his first senior action) who came into a high octane game and played significant roles in maintaining momentum and driving the team towards the finish line for a final result of 0-14 to 0-9 for the home team.




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