Team of the Week 3

by louthandproud on July 27, 2016

in Club

Last weekend of Group stages but not for team of the week!


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It Should be up at 5pm


We begin as usual with the Keeper Joe Flanagan held his own in his side defeat to the rampaging Marys.

The Blues have quietly gone about their business to reach the quarter finals much about John Connolly‘s Defensive work.

County man John Bingham kept fellow county man Baz Flanagan scoreless while helped himself to a goal too.

The O’Mahonys are coming and Kurt Murphy is their defensive rock.

The Keenan brothers Conor and Eimhin from Ardee are mature beyond their years. Dependable and ultra calm when in possession rarely take a bad option all while snuffing out their direct opponent. impressive.

The Finbarrs got over the line and midfielder Hugh Osbourne was everywhere deserves to get his place in this side.


The Fechins are in the Quarters and Paul Matthews is showing his potential kicked some fine scores.

The Tones nearly pulled off the shock of the year against the Westerns and it was mainly down to former Louth underage player Niall Smith.


The driving force of the Blues this year is Conor Branigan he never stops. The Brides Emmett Kirk has found for at the perfect time of the year. Roche’s Barry O’Hare scored 1-12 the weekend that is all.

Raymond Phillips was on losing Cuchualinn Gaels side that gave the Kevins an almighty scare, he shouldn’t have lost, he was outstanding and has been all year for the Omeath men.

Louth’s top forwards Jim McEneaney and Ryan Burns stood up when counted to lead their side to victory both hit massive tallies.


Full Time

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Notable Mentions

Conor Crawley, Keith McLaughlin, Stephen Kilcoyne (SOM), Mark Larkin (Naps), Bernard Osbourne (Finbarrs), Terrence Sweeney (Westerns), Billy Smith (Clans), Conor Early (Plunketts), Shane O’Hanlon (Gers), David Quigley (Roche) and Colin Murphy (Lannleire)

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{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

Wayne September 7, 2016 at 9:02 pm

So your back Sean, yes indeed championship is over but the season is not. Great to see you have a keen interest .

sean September 6, 2016 at 12:57 am

So it appears the O’Mahonys let their football do the talking. .

Wayne July 28, 2016 at 5:58 pm

Good man Sean, you sound like the kind of young man who would be happy to go looking up everyone’s a#&e. But shall we let the football do talking.

Sean July 28, 2016 at 4:26 pm

Which is why the Gers won’t win a thing…too far up their own a#*e

Decky July 27, 2016 at 4:58 pm

As a tones man I was very impressed with Terence Sweeney from the westies he was no.12 but lined out at midfield I think,he kicked some serious points from distance we struggled with him.Our own Niall smith was impressive throughout too.Ryan burns from hunterstown is a must id say and Alan kirk from st Mary’s was very good Sunday.

Darrenm July 27, 2016 at 4:36 pm

Ryan burns has to be on it for hunterstown along with tony mc Kenna.Ben mc Laughlin from o’mahonys.Terence Sweeney was excellent for the westies kicked some great scores.Anthony durnin played very well for them too.The cuchailainn gaeka full forward was very good against the Kevin’s.

Paddy July 27, 2016 at 4:34 pm

Niall Smith…Midfield (Wolfe Tones)

Wayne July 27, 2016 at 3:30 pm

Defence… Goal Keeper- Darrin Kearney (Gers)
Full Backs… Nicky Mackin,Traynor, Neacy (Gers)
Half Backs… Thornton, Hoey, Craven.(Gers)
MidField… Rogers, Reidy (Gers)
Half forwards… Callan, Hoey , Hoey. (Gers)
Full forwards… Traynor, McEneaney, OHanlon. (Gers)

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