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‘MacAnallens oust ‘Ireland’s in Sydney semis

In the closest contest of the day, Clan Na Gael ladies on the attack. (Photo by Mark McGuinness).

After the rain postponement of the prior week, things got back on track today, Sunday June 13 for the the semi-finals of this year’s New South Wales (NSW) League at Mono Park. In the Mens Football semi-final, Cormac MacAnallens, who had finished in third spot in the table two weeks ago, had a tough task when pitted against 2009 Championship winners, Young Irelands. But it was the ‘Macs who were masters on the day with three goals making all the difference in a final score of Cormac MacAnallens 3-06 (15) to ‘Irelands 0-06. In the Hurling Semi final we had a much anticipated match-up between last year’s League winners, Michael Cusacks and the 2009 Championship heroes of Craobh Padraig. ‘Cusacks had shown the better form all season and this proved to be the case today also as even though Craobh Padraig scored three goals, ‘Cusacks raised a further two green flags to run out 6 point winners. In the Ladies Football semi final it was a titanic battle between Clan na Gael and ‘Cusacks, with Clan’ just nipping it by a single pint in the end. In the Camogie semi, Central Coast had a comprehensive win over Craobh Padraig.

NSW League Semi Finals Results – June 13, 2010
Camogie – Central Coast 7-13 (34)  Craobh Padraig 3-06 (15)
Hurling – Michael Cusacks 5-13 (28) Craobh Padraig 3-13 (22)
Ladies Football – Clan NaGael 2-05 ( 11) Michael Cusacks 2-04 (10)
Mens Football – Cormac McAnallens 3-06 (15) v Young Irelands 0-06
NSW League Finals –  Sunday, June 20.
10am – Camogie – Clan NaGael v Central Coast
11am – Hurling – Sydney Shamrocks v Michael Cusacks
12.30pm – Ladies Football – Central Coast v Clan NaGael
2pm – Mens Football – Michael Cusacks v Cormac McAnallens