Bryson Kitchens captured the prestigious Drumbar Inter-Firms title on Friday night with a 3-1 win over Moll Industries in a well contested final.
The winners were full value for their 2-0 half-time lead with goals from Kevin Doran and Conor McDaid. The second goal came after a beautiful through ball from Doran. Moll did have two great chances early in the game.
The second half was a different story with Moll creating chance after chance. They had the ball in the net through Conor ‘Toasty’ McGonagle but it was controversially ruled out for a push notified by assistant referee, Seamus McGroary.
They were denied by some great saves by the ‘keeper and eventually made the breakthrough when Gary McCafferty finished well. After that they bombarded the Bryson goal with Toasty denied from a free kick while JP Doran took one off the line.
With seconds left Conor McDaid got the third goal which finally killed off the Moll challenge.
Bryson Kitchens: Gary Blaine, JP Doran, Sean Fagan, John Corley, Matthew McClean, Kevin Doran, Dara Doogan, Daniel Harley, Alan Kavanagh, Conor McDaid.
Moll Industries: Declan McCafferty, Kevin Devanney, Chris Hegarty, Gary McCafferty, Paul McHugh, Conor McMonagle, Ronan Harvey, Michael McHugh, Brian Ward, Shane Bohan.
Referee: John McGlanaghy.
Assistants: Liam Farren, Seamus McGroary.
Coach House were winners of the Shield final with Danny McGarrigle and Benny Cassidy getting their goals in a 2-1 win over Erne Youth. Michael ‘Sticky’ Ward got the consolation goal for the losers in the final minutes.