North Tipperary & District League
Joe Delaney Cup

Nenagh AFC Youths clashed with neighbour’s Nenagh Celtic in this Joe Delaney Cup semi-final fixture with the Brickfields side making it through to the decider by the odd goal in five. Jamie Lee Finn put Nenagh AFC ahead after 25 minutes with a good effort, David Cleary brought Nenagh Celtic back level with a well taken goal. Nenagh AFC took a 2-1 lead to the break after Jamie Lee Finn scored his second of the outing in the 42nd minute. Nenagh Celtic were back in the game midway through the second half thanks to Mark Walsh finish. The game was in the melting pot after this; however Adam Hannon got the all important goal for Nenagh AFC twelve minutes from time to leave no way back for Celtic.

Nenagh AFC Youths clashed with neighbour’s Nenagh Celtic in this Joe Delaney Cup semi-final fixture with the Brickfields side making it through to the decider by the odd goal in five. Jamie Lee Finn put Nenagh AFC ahead after 25 minutes with a good effort, David Cleary brought Nenagh Celtic back level with a well taken goal. Nenagh AFC took a 2-1 lead to the break after Jamie Lee Finn scored his second of the outing in the 42nd minute. Nenagh Celtic were back in the game midway through the second half thanks to Mark Walsh finish. The game was in the melting pot after this; however Adam Hannon got the all important goal for Nenagh AFC twelve minutes from time to leave no way back for Celtic.

Clonmel Town were 2-1 winners over Cahir Park in the other semi-final fixture. The Clonmel side took the lead in the 3rd minute when Brian Walsh was on the mark after finishing Conor Murphy’s rebound to the net. Cahir Park got back level on 68 minutes following a low drive from the boot of Dean Lonergan. Clonmel Town secured their place in the Final when a well struck free kick from Michael Quinlivan was well saved by the Cahir Park custodian, however Levi Whelan was on hand to tuck home the winner from close range.