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U16 Football – Newbridge v ER – 13 Jun 2013

Newbridge 5-8  v Eoghan Rua 0-3 13th June 2013 This match was played on a sticky pitch which had endured a couple of day’s rain. The home team settled well and encamped in the Eoghan Rua half for the first ten minutes although they could not put a score on the board due to some poor finishing. With their first attach Paddy Mullan converted a free for an unlikely lead. However the efficiency of the... 

U16 Football – Loup v ER – 6 June 2013

Eoghan Rua  v  Loup 6.6.13 5-9  to 1-3 This match was played in almost perfect conditions last Thursday night with just a light breeze blowing. Playing with the wind advantage Eoghan Rua set to work and with Hal McGonigle in scintillating form built up a 1-5 to 0-2 lead by half time. Hal scored 1-4 of this with Barry Daly dropping over the other one. Loup were always in the game but their shooting... 

U16 Football – Steelstown v ER – 16 May 2013

Steelstown v Eoghan Rua 16.5.13 1-10   2-5  Eoghan Rua U-16s Suffer First Defeat Last Thursday Eoghan Rua travelled to Steelstown and played in atrocious conditions, with persistent rain throughout the match, on a sodden pitch. In a very nervous Eoghan Rua first half the home team settled well and using their small speedy inside forward line caused havoc. There was a lot of aimless kicking from... 

U16 Football – Slaughtmanus v ER – 2 May 2013

Slaughtmanus v Eoghan Rua 2.5.13  0-3 to 10-12 Played in windy conditions last Thursday night this was an encounter which was hard to predict. The Coleraine lads quickly found their feet though and their play at times mesmerised their opponents. Slaughtmanus had a number of fine performers who became intent on playing the man instead of the ball at times. The referee at times had some difficult decisions... 

U16 Football – ER v Banagher – 25 Apr 2013

Eoghan Rua v Banagher 25.4.13 6-13  —  1-3 Banagher came to Pairc Eoghan Rua more in hope than anticipation last Thursday night. Played in dry and bright but cold conditions the home team, wind assisted, quickly settled into their rhythm with a Paddy Mullan free. Some clever off the ball running opened the Banagher defense time and again and it was only a matter of time before goals would... 
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