Cookstown Vs Warrenpoint – 2012 Ulster GAA Intermediate Club Championship Final

Cookstown Fr Rocks are the Ulster Intermediate club championship winners again when they defeated St Peter’s Warrenpoint after extra time on Sunday in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh.

Cookstown may have had eight points to spare over the Down champions at the full time whistle but it could have been a lot more different if sub Jason Quinn didn’t score an injury time point to force the game into extra time. A defeat for the Fr Rocks would have been unfair on the grand scale of things as they were in control for most of the 60 minutes, the exception coming in the final 5 mins of normal time when Warrenpoint scored 1-03 and took the lead for the first time in the game with seconds left on the clock.

Following Jason Quinn’s equaliser, 10 minutes per half of extra time was played and John Mc Keever’s side regrouped and refocused and scored 1-06 to Warrenpoint’s 0-01 during that period. Well done to them on┬áre-achieving the 2009 Ulster success.

Full time score; Cookstown Fr Rocks 3-13 Warrenpoint 1-11

Cookstown Fr Rocks win the 2012 Ulster Intermediate club Championship title again.

 

Cookstown manager John Mc Keever gives instructions during the warm up.

 

James Mc Gahan warms up.

 

Marty Murray tackles Ryan Boyle of Warrenpoint.

 

 

 

Warrenpoint sharp shooter Ross Mc Garry in action.

 

Ryan Mc Aleenan shoots on goal for Warrenpoint.

 

Marty Rea saves a goal bound shot from Ryan Mc Aleenan.

 

 

John Gilmore moves into a scoring position.

 

 

The ball rolls into the Warrenpoint net following an error in the defence.

 

 

 

 

 

Jason Quinn celebrates his injury time equaliser.

 

 

 

Brian Mulligan scores a point in extra time.

 

 

John Mc Keever celebrates at the full time whistle.

 

 

 

 

John Gilmore receives the Player of the Match award.

 

Owen Mulligan and Ryan Pickering lift the Patrick Mc Cully Cup.

 

Cookstown Fr Rocks win the 2012 Ulster Intermediate club Championship title again.

 

Owen Mulligan speaks to reporters after the game.

 

John Mc Keever congratulates his players in the changing room afterwards.

 

 

Party time for the Fr Rocks!

 

 

 

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One Comment

  1. Posted 05/12/2012 at 12:28 pm by Fraci McElhatto | Permalink

    Pure class! Great pictures for the best day of my life, oe day i will represent the rocks at this level! thank you damian x

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