League: All Ireland Championship 2019

Dublin won the 2019 All-Ireland Football championship, it was their fifth win in a row

David Moran

David Moran ( Kerry ), the Kerins O’ Rahilly’s club man is fundamental to any hopes Kerry has of catching Dublin and winning an All-Ireland football title.  

The Kingdom are building a youthful and exciting team under Peter Keane, but the key component to any hopes they may have of silverware remains midfielder Moran.  

A brilliant fielder in midfield Moran is also an extremely skilful footballer, and he is vital to the way Kerry move the ball forward from their defence. 

At his best when he is sitting in front of his defenders initiating attacking moves, Kerry fans will be hoping for a big championship from their star midfielder when inter county football resumes in October. 

 

 

 

Mayo v Roscommon – Rossie’s are 2019 Connacht Champions

Last updated on Oct 21st, 2020 at 19:01

Roscommon are the 2019 Connacht championship, this is their second title in a row after beating Galway in 2018.

Rossies produced a superb performance at MacHale Park to dump Mayo into the Qualifiers, 2-12 to 0-17.

Roscommon – D O’Malley (0-3, 1f, 2’45); D Murray, S Mullooly, C Daly (0-1); N Daly, C Hussey, R Daly; T O’Rourke, S Killoran; H Darcy, C Cregg (1-0), N Kilroy; U Harney (1-0), C Cox (0-5, 2f), A Glennon (0-1). Subs: D Murtagh for A Glennon, E Smith (0-1) for C Cregg, D Smith for U Harney, C Devaney for H Darcy, B Stack for R Daly, F Cregg (0-1) for N Kilroy.

Mayo – R Hennelly; C Barrett, B Harrison, K Higgins; P Durcan (0-2), M Plunkett, L Keegan (0-1); M Ruane (0-2), A O’Shea; F Boland (0-2), J Doherty (0-1f), D O’Connor; E Regan (0-3, 2f), D Coen (0-5), K McLoughlin. Subs: A Moran (0-1) for D Coen, C Diskin for E Regan, C Loftus for J Doherty, C Treacy for A Moran (BC).

Referee – D Gough.

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