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Cappry created the chances in the opening stages and forced a number of corners in quick succession but couldn’t find the net. Swilly opened the scoring in the 36th minute against the run of play when Marty McDaid got his head to the ball to score to the top corner of the net.
Cappry got back on level terms in the 39th minute when Darren O’Leary got his foot to the ball to score from an acute angle. Cappry kept pressing for the lead goal but to no avail.
Cappry took the lead in the 46th minute when Kyle O’Meara pounced to score when the Swilly keeper failed to clear his lines. Conor McBride made a number of good saves in the Cappry goal to keep the home team in front.
Cappry went further in front in the 63rd minute when Darren O’Learys shot hit the post and the ball went across the goal line without going into the net and Colm Melaugh won the ball from the rebound and he was fouled and the referee pointed to the spot and Darren O’Leary scored from the resulting penalty to put Cappry in the driving seat. Swilly put the pressure on but Cappry held firm.
The Swilly keeper made a few good saves after that as did the Cappry keeper.
Final Score 3-1.
Team Performance From Cappry with youngster Kyle O’Meara being exceptional.
Marty Mc Daid was Swilly’s best player.