Aodh Ruadh travel to Kilmacud sevens
It was a quiet week last week on the adult football front with the reserves and thirds on an All-Ireland final weekend lay-off. The seniors sent a sevens side down to the Kilmacud sevens, though. They rattled up a good 1-10 against the hosts, Kilmacud Crokes, but the Crokes were better at finding the net and their 4-6 gave them the first win of the group stages. Next up were Kilcoo, from the spiritual home of sevens football, Down. Kilcoo ran out 4-8 to 2-8 winners in that one. Aodh Ruadh's best display of the day came against the team that would ultimately top the group and go on a run to the Kilmacud sevens semi-finals. Caherlistrane of Galway had only a single point to spare over the Ernesiders at the final whistle.
League table for Group 12
Results for Group 12
|Team 1||Score||Score||Team 2||Venue||Time||Round|
|Aodh Ruadh (Donegal)||1-10||4-6||Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin)||Naomh Olaf 3||11:25||Round 1|
|Caherlistrane (Galway)||3-8||1-3||Kilcoo (Down)||Naomh Olaf 4||11:25||Round 1|
|Aodh Ruadh (Donegal)||2-8||4-8||Kilcoo (Down)||Naomh Olaf 3||12:15||Round 2|
|Caherlistrane (Galway)||1-17||0-6||Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin)||Naomh Olaf 4||12:15||Round 2|
|Aodh Ruadh (Donegal)||0-11||2-6||Caherlistrane (Galway)||Naomh Olaf 3||13:05||Round 3|
|Kilcoo (Down)||1-19||2-8||Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin)||Naomh Olaf 4||13:05||Round 3|
Dr John Crowley from Cork speaks to the Aodh Ruadh team about sudden cardiac deaths in young people.
Last modified: Monday, 20 September 2010 at 10:34pm