GLENSWILLY CAME GOOD in the second half to see off Milford in their All-County Football League Division 1 clash this afternoon.
Milford 0-13 Glenswilly 0-15
Danny O’Donnell’s side have been in good form of late and even defeated the three-time county champions away from home last month.
Today, it looked as though the home side at Moyle View were on their way to repeating that success, only to get wound in as Brendan Walsh’s team took the points.
Milford had a three-point interval advantage, 0-9 to 0-6, and that could’ve been even more had Philip O’Donnell, the Glenswilly goalkeeper, not denied Kyle Black from an 11th minute penalty.
Glenswilly did protest the award claiming that there wasn’t much contact between Oisin Crawford and Darragh Black.
It was 0-6 to 0-6 approaching the interval but Milford made their cushion late in the half, with Cathal McGettigan scoring twice and Darragh Black also on target.
That lead was severed down to one when Cathal Gallagher scored a 45 and Keelan McFadden was on the mark and were level by the midpoint of the second half when Caolan Kelly scored, 0-10 to 0-10.
Luke Barrett was in fine form coming off the bench for Milford and he edged his team a point to the good in the final minute. However, Gary McFadden’s seventh of the day tied it up and points in injury time from Ciaran Bonner and Neil Gallagher gave Glenswilly a useful win.
Milford:Caolan McGettigan; Conor McNulty, Sean Black, TJ Evesson; Gavin Grier, Paddy Peoples, David Curley; Christopher Barrett, Joey Cullen; Gary Merritt (0-1), Cathal McGettigan (0-4, 3fs), Ryan McMahon; Darragh Black (0-3), Kane Barrett (0-2), Kyle Black. Subs: Tony McNamee and Conor McHugh for McNulty and K.Black (37), Luke Barrett (0-3, 1f) for McMahon (52), Pauric Curley for S.Black (54), Kyle Black for D.Black (62)
Glenswilly:Phillip O’Donnell; Oisin Crawford, Eamon Ward, Ruairi Crawford; Ciaran Gibbons, Ryan Diver, Joe Gibbons; Neil Gallagher (0-2), Caoimhin Marley; Cathal Gallagher (0-1,1 ‘4’5), Gary McFadden (0-7, 5fs), Shaun Wogan; Kealan McFadden (0-1), Brian Farrelly (0-1), Caolan Kelly (0-1). Sub: Ciaran Bonner (0-2, 1f) for Marley (42).
Referee:James Connors (St Eunan’s).