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The Women's Pitch
Moyne v John the Baptist, Limerick - Pat the Baker C final
Moyne and Hospital must meet again
Moyne CS, Longford 0-7 John the Baptist, Hospital, Limerick 1-4.
A pointed free from captain Ruth Mulligan six minutes from the end, saved the blushes after Moyne CS of Longford squandered chances and that score gave them a share of the spoils against John the Baptist, Hospital, in the in the Pat the Baker All Ireland Ladies Gaelic Football Post Primary Senior C Final at Tuam Stadium.
A goal from full forward Denise Connolly helped the Limerick side into a 1-3 to 0-4 half time lead, after a gusty performance from the Longford side in the opening quarter when facing a stiff breeze.
It took just seven minutes for the Moyne girls to level when Niamh Fitzpatrick scored a brace of points but a point from Aoife Power put the Limerick side back in front. Moyne had plenty of chances before Mulligan brought the game to parity. A super save from Hospital goalkeeper Therese Barry who saved a point blank effort from Noelle Ward two minutes from the end gave both sides another day.
Scorers: Moyne: N Fitzpatrick (0-3); R Mulligan (0-2fr); N Ward (0-1); P Hourican (0-1).
John the Baptist: D Connolly (1-0); H Gogarty (0-1fr); A Russell (0-10; A Power (0-1).
Moyne: K Donnelly; E Gormley, E Smith, M Reynolds; M Duffy, O Noonan, K Lynch; C Bannon, G McGlade; M McManus, N Ward, R Mulligan; M Linnane, P Hourican, N Fitzpatrick.Subs: K McNerney for McManus; S Galligan for Gormley; A Williams for Hourican.
John the Baptist: T Barry; K Ryan, A Hogan, J A Maher; T O’Donnell, H Fogarty, E Kelly; M Ryan, J McGuire; M Byrne, A Ryan, N Murphy; A Russell, D Connolly, A Power. Subs: A Ryan for Russell;
Referee: G Guinan (Galway).
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