Arravale Rovers had six points to spare over Sean Treacy’s in their junior A football championship game at Sean Treacy Park last Thursday.
Sean Treacy’s got off to the better start and scored four points before Arravale Rovers settled down. When the Tipperary Town boys did eventually settle they replied with eight uninterrupted points and a goal by Paddy Dalton just before the half-time whistle to give them the lead by 1-8 to 0-4.
On the resumption they went further ahead and continued mounting up a scoreline adding 2-4 with reply. Arravale were 3-12 to 0-4 in front entering the final quarter and out of sight.
At this stage they made wholesale changes, which allowed Treacy’s back into the game. They scored 3-2 without reply which put a different complexion on it.
Arravale Rovers: Mickey Cummins, Ted Lowry, Sean Spillane, Richie Lohan, Tom Byrne, Ciarán Lowry, Micheal Ryan, David Cleary, Pakie Burke (1-4), Padraig Ryan,Ger O’Dwyer, Paddy Dalton (1-1), Thomas Gleeson, Brian Glasheen (0-2), Timmy Dalton (0-5).
Subs: Tony Lowry for Richie Lohan, Francis Coughlan for Richie Lohan, Michael Crowe for Paddy Dalton, James Kinane (1-0) for Thomas Gleeson, Tadhg Duggan for Tom Byrne.
Sean Treacys: Joey Nolan, Liam O’Toole, Paudie Carey, Eamon Wade, Eamon Devitt, Sean Hickey, Donncha O’Brien, Sean Ryan, Mattie Feehan (0-1), Derek O’Toole (2-3), Kieran Devitt (0-1), P. J. McLoughlin (1-0), Mark Hogan, Daragh Kennedy.
Sub: Davy O’Toole (0-1).
Referee: Paddy Russell (Emly).
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