? ? Read:How the debutants fared in Rookie Report

by louthandproud on December 12, 2016

in County

A half a dozen Louth players made their competitive Louth debut yesterday.
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Here’s who they are and how the rookies fared.

Conor Branigan, Blues:

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No Surprise to see Branigan in the mix after a powerful season for the blues. Looked comfortable on his debut. Pencil him down as a certainty.

Liam Dullaghan, SOM:

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Worthy call up after a fine string of performances for the county champions. He looked quite composed out there.

Conor Martin, SOM:

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Another SOM man. The leinster run and match practice allowed him to have a surprisingly solid debut. Kicked a superb long range point too. Worth persisting with to bolster midfield options.

Darren Marks, Cooley:

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The Cooley man has been a long time ear marked in this parish for a call. Came on in his natural wing back position and will not be happy with his distribution.

Tony McKenna, HTown:

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The current Louth junior player of the year didn’t get enough time on the day but certainly has the size and power if Kelly keeps him on.

Kevin Carr, Blues:

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A real find. For starters, looked very composed for a 19 year old, then throw in he was marking an experienced top forward in Darren McCurry and kept him to 3 from play when he was on the field. Relished the huge learning curve and Bags of potential

Thanks for reading. Plenty more  Content on the way all week.
I’ll name the working Louth Panel, what the returnee’s can offer who’s on board with L&P for next season, news on the Louth Jersey and much much more

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