18 May 2022

Lavey return to winning ways against Na Magha in the Derry SHC

Fintan Bradley was missing through injury

Lavey return to winning ways against Na Magha in the Derry SHC

Ryan McGill scored 0-5 for Lavey. (Pic: Mary K Burke)

Goals from Ryan Farren and Ryan Mulholland helped Lavey to victory over Na Magha at Owenbeg on Wednesday night.


Lavey 2-18
Na Magha 1-15

The win sets Johnny McGarvey's side up for Sunday's clash with Swatragh. If Kevin Lynch's avoid defeat against Na Magha, a draw would see Lavey qualify as runners up by virtue of score difference.

Lavey were without Fintan Bradley and a hamstring is likely to keep him out of Sunday's clash, as the Erin's Own face into crunch knock-out games in both codes.

Deaglan Foley made a return from injury, but it wasn't enough for Na Magha to pick up a first win.

LAVEY: Michael Taggart; Colm Dillon (0-1), Dominic Duggan, Brendan Laverty (0-1); Ciaran Hendry (0-6, 3f), Eamon McGill, Shane McGill; Oran Downey, Dermot O'Neill (0-1); Ryan McGill (0-5), Sam Dodds (0-1), Aidan Toner (0-3); Ryan Mulholland (1-4), Ryan Farren (1-4), Jack Shaw (0-1)
SUBS: Danny Shaw, Cormac Collins, Liam Murphy (0-1), Odrán Waldron, Eoin Mulholland

NA MAGHA: Barry Robinson; Adam Rankin, Diarmuid Shiels; Conor McGoran, Oisín Glass, Brendan Quigley (0-1), Tomás Lally; Pádhraig Nelis (0-1), Bliadhan Glass (0-1); Tommy Gallagher, Tim Rankin (0-1), Mark McCloskey (0-1), Keelan Doherty (1-0), Ruaidhrí McLaughlin (0-5), Deaglán Foley (0-5)

SUBS: Aaron Campbell, Oisín O'Kane, Conor Shiels

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