Division 2 League;
Holycross A 4 Nenagh AFC C 4.
Glenbane was the venue for the clash on Sunday morning last and saw both teams fighting it out until the end. Holycross went 1 up in the 26th minute when Kyle Denny scored from the spot. Nenagh equalised within 5 minutes to level up the game. Holycross stayed attacking and found the back of the net from an excellent header from Dan Corbett. Nenagh equalised just on the stoke of half time. Nenagh took the lead when they were rewarded a penalty 10 minutes into the second half. Holycross kept fighting for it but it was Nenagh who got another goal. The Holycross men never gave up hope and kept attacking and were rewarded for this when Dan Corbett slotted home another one, it was now all to play for. Holycross kept going and just coming up to full time Kyle Denny put another one in the back of the Nenagh net to finish up the game at 4 all. Good performance today from Kevin O Dwyer, Dan Corbett and Kyle Denny.
Division 3 League
Holycross B 4 Gurtagarry 1
Holycross B made their way to Gurtagarry on Sunday morning last and left with a good win under their belts. They went 1 up after 14 minutes from an excellent volley from Eamon Flanagan. It was nip and tuck for both teams till 5 minutes from half time when a through ball from Eamon Flanagan saw Michael Carey calmly slot it into the back of the net, Holycross went in a half time happy with a 2 goal advantage. Holycross B started well in the second half with another goal in the 1st minute from James Shanahan who lopped the Gurtagarry Keeper to put Holycross in full control of the game. Gurtagarry kept in search of a goal and were rewarded a penalty 15 minutes into the second half which they scored. Holycross held on until the very end and kept in search of another goal which came in the 90th minute from a long clearance from keeper Robert Quinlan saw Matt Vahey put it into the back of the net. Good performance today from Eamon Flanagan, Robert Quinlan and Michael Carey.
Holycross fc u/16s made their way to Brickfields to play Nenagh on Thursday evening last. Holycross dominated the first half and went so close to breaking the deadlock, Dylan Greene and Fionn Mc Cartan going close. The sides remained scoreless at the interval. The second half was a more even contest although Holycross looked the more threatening and got the goal their good play deserved, Fionn Mc Cartan on target. The home side got back on terms via the penalty spot, and when it looked like the game was heading for a draw, Nenagh snatched a late winner. Holycross will no doubt rue the missed chances during the game, but put in a very encouraging performance. Star Player, Stephen Flanagan.
Holycross fc u/14s were away to BT Harps on Friday last and came undone on a 4-1 score line, Tommy Teer on target with a fine goal for Holycross.