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30.01.2010 J5 XV v Clontarf (H)

30.01.2010 J5 XV v Clontarf (H)

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30/01/20101.00pmLeagueSt. Marys J5 XV8 – 3ClontarfHome

St  Mary’s 8 Clontarf 3
The J5s decamped to Templeogue College for a lunch-time kick off on saturday to snatch victory with the last play of the game from a tough and determined Clontarf fifteen. With the sides all level for the vast majority of the match, it looked as though the lads were on course for their second draw in a row until a training-ground move culminated in an easy run-in try for veteran Stephen Joyce who showed that there is life in the old dog yet. Great for the lads to get back to winning ways. 

15 Daniel McEvoy
14 Ian Smith
13 Gary Crawford
12 David Sheedy
11 David Millard
10 Adrian Malone
9 Andy Fitzpatrick
8 John McAuley
7 James Hynes
6 Mark Byrne
5 Eamonn Walsh
4 Maurice Davin
3 Michael Mannion
2 Stephen Walkin
1 Shane Deegan
Subs: Hugh Lyons, Colin Burkley, Shane Brooks, Chris Doyle, David Browne and Stephen Joyce.

15 Daniel McEvoy14 Ian Smith13 Gary Crawford12 David Sheedy11 David Millard10 Adrian Malone9 Andy Fitzpatrick8 John McAuley7 James Hynes6 Mark Byrne5 Eamonn Walsh4 Maurice Davin3 Michael Mannion2 Stephen Walkin1 Shane Deegan Subs: Hugh Lyons, Colin Burkley, Shane Brooks, Chris Doyle, David Browne and Stephen Joyce.

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