Rock Vs Moy – 2012 Tyrone GAA Intermediate Championship, Quarter Final

From the hurling finals in Omagh, I drove over to Dungannon’s O’Neill Park to catch the second half of the 2012 Tyrone Intermediate championship quarter final tie between Rock and Moy.

By the time I got there the second half was just starting and Rock were 1-04 to 0-06 up. The second half was an exciting and very close affair with Moy taking a one point lead in the 49th minute after scores from Eunan Deeney and Ryan Mellon. Rock’s Conor Mc Creesh (who I hear gave a master class in free kick taking) levelled the game again and then they restored their lead with another point from Mc Creesh and Dairmuid Carroll. Moy battled on and despite Rock being reduced to 13 men, they held on to progress to the Tyrone Intermediate Championship semi-finals. They are definitely a side that I fancy for the title this year…. watch outside Cookstown!!

Although I only arrived at the start of the second half, I’m reasonably happy with the shots I got from the game.

Enda Mc Williams topples Moy’s Sean Cavanagh.


Mark Jordan plays the ball forward for Moy.





Ryan O’Neill shoots for Moy.


Philip Jordan drives out of the Moy defence.


A high ball into Moy’s Kris Kavanagh nearly goes into the Rock net.




Moy’s Eunan Deeney.



Martin Mc Creesh tackles Moy’s Ryan Mellon.


Sean Cavanagh charges ahead of Rock’s Aidan Mc Garrity.


Team work from the Rock defence stops Colm Cavanagh.


Cormac O’Neill is pulled to the ground.


Martin Mc Creesh is pulled back by Moy’s Harry Loughran.


Rock stop Sean Cavanagh from going too far.


A shot from Moy’s Thomas Conlon.


Another high ball into the Rock defence is bundled clear.






Rock’s Colm Mc Williams tries to block down Cormac O’Neill’s shot.


A late challenge from Rock’s Cathal Mc Williams results in him being sent off.


The final whistle blows in O’Neill Park and Rock are through to the semi-finals!




Rock celebrate in the team huddle and think about a Tyrone Intermediate championship semi-final.



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