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A terrific 19 yard volley by Anthony Hogan gave Ballincollig the lead just before the break and they held onto it in a poor second half. Scorer Hogan and midfielder Tommy West sparkled for the winners while Ger Mulcahy was best for the losers who lost influential midfielder Pat Mulcahy because of an early injury. Big match nerves hit Ballincollig in their home tie against Beggsboro of Dublin on March 4th.
The mid Cork side squandered four or five decent chances and went down in extra time, despite a brilliant show at centre back by Paul Hogan and the non-stop running of his younger brother Anthony at centre forward. After a tame first half, Wembley made the running in the third quarter but failed to take their chances.
Douglas made their first attack of the second half in the 67th minute.
Notley headed on a corner at the near post. There were calls for handball as the ball broke in the danger area but the penalty claims were soon forgotten as Cotter pounced on the loose ball and drove it home from eight yards or so.
Horgan deflected the ball but it fell perfectly for Cotter who was to receive the Man of the Match award to drive it home. The Ballincollig marksmen were Anthony Hogan 10th minute penalty and Redmond Tobin a spectacular 32nd minute rocket. Ballincollig had the edge over Carrig in previous cup encounters and this victory was a welcome change for Kieran McGovern and company. A feature of the final was the starring roles for the winners of the McGovern brothers Peter, Kieran Blondie and Barry. Douglas Hall qualified for the semi-final with wins over Johnville and Evergreen, Waterford, They led Star until the dying minutes of the semi-final but a late goal forced a replay in the Lodge which also ended at with Jimmy Dunlea scoring for the Hall.
The Limerick team advanced on penalties to meet Temple Utd in the final. Temple, with Denis Keane scoring a hat trick, beat Newmarket-on-Fergus in the first open round, then Southend Waterford , and next trounced Tralee Dynamoes in the semi-final at Flower Lodge. Keane hit another hat trick against Tralee who had earlier eliminated Grattan Utd , with Noel Greene scoring twice. Star were, undoubtedly the best team seen in Cork in the competition but the performances of the Hall and Temple suggested that Cork clubs could, with a little more effort, make a bigger impact in the provincial competition.
They did it against the odds; their final game was away to Ballincollig who needed just a point to take the championship themselves. It was the final game of a memorable season for Douglas and for manager Donal Healy, who put the successes down to a tough training programme and to excellent away form particularly at Knocknaheeny where they gained seven points from eight.
The Hall played 48 games, scored goals and conceded Their top marksman was Con Harrington with 22 goals from 35 matches. It was a costly trip for Wilton because, without the talented pair, they dropped an unexpected point to struggling Kilreen. Their only loss in the league was against Hibernians who won The turning-point in the championship campaign, as far as Wilton were concerned, was their away trip to bogey team Grangevale. But, they need not have worried as they took the points on a scoreline. Both Rodgers and Murphy were ever present over the season.
The team manager was Pat Bowdren. The champions finished with 34 points from 20 games while their only serious rivals, Casement United, came in three points behind. In the league campaign, AOH played 22 games, won 12, drew 8 and lost 2. In October, the champions-to-be lost one of their top players in Tim Desmond who went to England to continue his studies. AOH were lucky in that they had a good blend of experience and youth. The team was managed by Joe Healy and the trainer was the dedicated John Foulkes.
Fast lane Leeds In Dennehy Ltd League 2, Leeds put the pedal down and were racing along the fast lane before the others even realised the race was on. Michael Wyse was top scorer with 34 for the year, including 13 in the league even though he missed 5 games. All fifteen members of the panel scored as they ran up a total of goals; 54 of them in their 22 league matches.
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But the league title was the highlight. Here they were taken to a play-off and then to a replay by Buttevant. The first game ended scoreless but two minutes from the end of the Buttevant replay Frank McCarthy scored the golden goal to give Western a win and the championship. The final opposition was provided by first division Tramore Athletic and the Rovers scored a surprisingly easy victory, their goals provided by Coughlan, Crowley and McCarthy. The first eleven listed provided the starting line-up in the Enterprise final. They played most of that game with ten players, Pat Duggan having been sent off early in the first half.http://thearciniega.com/blog/wp-includes/qoraruvu/7925.php
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Myers was the team coach and his twice weekly training sessions, under the lights at Douglas Street car park, were always well attended. Carrigtwohill comets One of the brightest teams of the season were the newcomers from Carrigtwohill Utd who surprised the doubters by winning Quinlan League 3.
They made a good start to the league. Then, they got a little cocky but a shock defeat by lowly Crusaders opened their eyes to the magnitude of the task.
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Their approach improved and they did not lose a league game after a loss to Corinthians on December 11th. Carrig played 50 games during the season, scored goals 91 in the league and conceded Paudie Cashman was the player to show most improvement and he was named as their Player of the Year.
Crescent ascendant Crescent Athletic, a club based in the Gurranabraher Avenue area was founded by George Cummins and Nelius Dineen were able to look forward to second division football following their championship success in Drumcora League Three A. They shared a pitch in Newcastle with Central Rovers and trained twice weekly.
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Their form away from home was remarkable, scoring 14 wins and 2 draws from 16 games. The run-in clash with Glasheen turned into a bit of an anticlimax with Glasheen winning However, Glasheen slipped up in their next outing and Lakewood took the opening with both hands. They clinched the championship with a brave battling performance coming from two goals down to beat Hibernians Ath by the odd score in five. Player of the Year Joe Dumigan deserved special mention. Joe had broken a leg two seasons earlier but his lion-hearted displays really spurred on his team-mates.
For the first time ever, the final was played over two legs. Buttevant, though, were level at the break and tallied two fine second half goals for a advantage.
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