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Sunday September 24th 2023
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# 50 Galway too much for Big Apple

New York Minors back in action at Pearse Stadium Galway.

New York minors received something of a reality check this evening at Pearse Stadium, Galway when they were whitewashed by a powerfully built and superior Tribe side. In beautiful sunshine, Galway ran riot early and often and with a stiff breeze at their backs mostly kept the visitors pinned in their own half. New York ‘s defense couldn’t cope with a powerful Galway attack that looked like scoring with every sortie on the Big Apple goal. The Tribe shot four goals in the opening half and with New York down a man for a red card offense just before the break,  the second half, despite a battling effort from the red, white and blue, was always going to be an uphill battle with Galway easing their way to a very easy victory.


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Kieran Moran (Rangers); Frankie McDermott (St Barnabas), James Hannon (St Barnabas), John Quinn (St Joseph’s); Donnacha O’Dwyer (Rangers), Shane Hogan (St Barnabas), James Mullen (St Barnabas); Conor Hogan (St Barnabas), Niall Croke (1-0 ’45) (St Brendan’s); Dylan O’Neill (Celtics), Shane Hanley (Rockland), Shane Flanagan (0-3f) (St Barnabas); Dion Norney (St Barnabas), Liam Deane (St Barnabas), Keith Lang (Celtics).
Subs: Mike Keane for Mullen (21 mins); Brian McMahon for O’Neill (HT); Danny Lehane for Deane (47), Conor Teahan for O’Dwyer (51), Shane Tierney for Quinn (53), Phil Kennedy for Flanagan and Sean Buckley for S Hogan (55). S Hanley Red C (26).
Manager: Martin Hanley.