Moy Vs Trillick – 2013 Tyrone GAA Senior Club Championship, Quarter Final

Moy continued their successful arrival back in senior football with a victory over Trillick in the Tyrone SFC quarter finals yesterday in Pomeroy.

Paul Rouse scored the decisive goal for Moy in the first half and combined with some excellent play from the Cavanagh brothers (again!), Ryan Mellon, Karol McQuaid and Eunan Deeney, they went in 1-05 to 0-05 up at the break. The┬ásecond half had no longer started however when Trillick’s rising star Rory Brennan sustained a serious injury – the ambulance services were then called for which resulted in a 45 minute delay to the game. (Thankfully I hear the injury isn’t as bad as first thought but it was best to air on the side of caution).

I left the game at this point as I had the 2 games in Dungannon also to cover but Moy held on despite a late rally from Trillick to set up a Tyrone SFC semi final tie against Carrickmore on Saturday.

Full time score; Moy 1-09 Trillick 0-09.

The Voice winner Andrea Begley sings the national anthem in her hometown of Pomeroy.

The Voice winner Andrea Begley sings the national anthem in her hometown of Pomeroy.

 

Paul Rouse is held back by two Trillick defenders.

Paul Rouse is held back by two Trillick defenders.

 

Sean Cavanagh goes on another bursting run for Moy.

Sean Cavanagh goes on another bursting run for Moy.

 

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Three Trillick men and two Moy men were up for this ball.

Three Trillick men and two Moy men were up for this ball.

 

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Paddy Corry in action for Trillick.

Paddy Corry in action for Trillick.

 

Conall Duffy is tackled by Trillick Ruairi Brennan.

Conall Duffy is tackled by Trillick’s Ruairi Brennan.

 

Matthew Donnelly takes a dive to the ground as Sean Cavanagh side steps his tackle.

Matthew Donnelly takes a dive to the ground as Sean Cavanagh side steps his tackle.

 

Philip Jordan has joined the Moy management since his retirement earlier this year.

Philip Jordan has joined the Moy management since his retirement earlier this year.

 

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