FERRY THE GLENEA HERO

VOODOO VENUE SATURDAY CUP FINAL

FERRY THE GLENEA HERO
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Glenea United Reserves clinched a league and cup double when they beat Glencar Celtic in Saturday's Voodoo Venue Cup Final at Ballyare.





GLENEA UNITED 1

GLENCAR CELTIC 0

The only goal of the game came early in the seond half when Aodhan Ferry shot home from inside the area.

It was the high point of a closely fought encounter which was not helped by heavy rain.

Indeed some early showers set the tone for what was a difficult afternoon for both sets of players.

Good chances were at a premium in the first half although Glencar were forced to make an early change when Ray McFeely came on for the injured goalkeeper, Dominic Friel.

McFeely went on to have a good game for the Letterkenny club and made a couple of smart saves as Glenea pushed for the opener.

However, he could do little to prevent Ferry from firing Glenea in front after the break.

Glencar, for whom Eugene O'Sullivan impressed in mifield, couldn't find an equaliser and it was Glenea who ran out cup winners.

Glenea United: Ciaran Gallagher, Kevin Doohan, Paddy Cannon, Padraig McGee, Dean Gallagher, Eugene Maguire, Aodhan Ferry, Martin Maguire, Lee O'Brien, Ciaran McGeady, Shane Ferry (Michael McHugh 66).

Glencar Celtic: Dominic Friel (Ray McFeely 33 mins), Anthony Doherty, Charles McLaughlin, Paddy O'Kane, Mark Forde, Garvin Grieve, Mark Graham, Eugene O'Sullivan (Sean Houston), Eddie McLaughlin, Michael Molloy, Rory Gallagher.

Referee: L McLaughlin.

Assistants: M Lagan and J McHugh.