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PRESS RELEASE: Sunday 5th February  2006


Mid Armagh shield



Mullabrack GFC v Madden GFC [ 11.30am throw in. Venue: Mullabrack]


Charlie Agnew and his management team had their first test of the season against 3rd Division outfit Madden in the first round of the Mid Armagh Shield. It was to be a learning experience for Charlie who for the first time was witnessing the strength of the playing contingent at Mullabrack.


The game started off at the pace expected for the first football of the season. Mullabrack came close within the first few minutes; however it was Madden who got off to a good start with a well taken point. Mullabrack then took over scoring with two well taken free’s by Peter Quigley, a new recruit for the Mullabrack contingent, playing in the full forward position. Scores were then exchanged up until mid way through the first half when an error in defence resulted in a Madden goal. Madden then followed this with two further points bringing the score to 1:5 to 3 points. Mullabrack then came back into the game with some fine fielding from Dara Smith and Phelim Sands. A good ball from right half back Paddy Toal released Stephen Murray in the right full forward position, who rounded his man and hit an unstoppable shot to the top left corner of the goal. A final point by Stephen Murray left the score at half time at 1:4 to 1:5.


The second half began poorly for “the brack” with 3 quick unanswered points by Madden. Madden took a grip of the game from the outset showing their experience and superior fitness by playing some very neat football which resulted in a second goal 15 minutes into the second half. Mullabrack did not give up and although fitness was to prove their downfall Gareth Smith stood out from the rest with some excellent possession and a well taken point mid way through the second half. Further points in the second half for Mullabrack were taken by new recruits Philip McKeown and Stephen Murray.


Both teams then began to change things and each fought hard to the end with Madden finally running out winners with a score 2:12 to 1:7.


Overall Charlie Agnew was pleased with his players and stated that it was a good ‘run out’ for everyone and expressed the need for all to attend training in order to be ready for the beginning of the new league season.





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