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Mullinahone Schoolboys Soccer

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The local under twelve team continued their good run at the weekend in the Tipperary schoolboys league.

Mullinahone took the lead early in the first half when Seam Bermingham scored direct from a corner kick. This keeps up a remarkable scoring record – in four games Sean has scored five goals, four of them coming direct from corner kicks.

In the second half, Cahir bombarded the Mullinahone defence but the lads kept a much bigger and stronger team at bay until close to the end.

Cahir equalised from the penalty spot with minutes remaining to leave the final score 1-1.

It was once again a great team performance and the result guarantees second place in the league just behind Clonmel town.

The team: Jan Kutay, Joey Noonan, Graham Horan, Sean Bermingham, Darren Boland, Tommy Hayes, Ciaran Mockler, Michael Dunne, Aidan Buckley, Darragh Wilson, Cathal O Mahoney, Conor Maher, Corey Padgett Trudgill, Joe Hogan, Brian Kenny, Cameron Moynihan, Jack Hennessy, Aidan Ward, Yam Zur, James Lahart.

It would be nice to see a few more supporters turn up at the games to watch this bunch of committed and skilful players in action.

They play with and for each other and take great pride in representing the club. The enthusiasm of those unlucky no to be picked is also worth commending as these lads turn up week after week waiting a chance to shine.

Last week their opportunity came and many of the younger members of the squad rose to the occasion in a thrilling 4-4 draw with Moyglass. Among those delighted to make their full appearance of the season were Aidan Ward, Yam Zur, Paul Luttrell and James Lahart.



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"And I wouldn't much care for Sierra Leone, If I hadn't seen Killenaule
And the man that was never in Mullinahone,
Shouldn't say he had travelled at all."


poet. C.J. Boland