Wolfe Tones and Armagh-Notre Dame met in the second senior football championship match of the day on Sunday. It turned out to be a one sided affair. Once the game was fifteen minutes old the Tones took control and never looked in danger. Armagh-Notre Dame kept pace with the Tones in the early going. James Doyle was excellent at corner forward for the Tones, his goal 20 minutes into the first half was the score that put enough daylight between the teams to allow the Tones to settle and pull away from their opponents.
|Loughlinisland native Seamus O'Hare battled hard for Armagh-Notre Dame.|
|Kenny Regan was in control for the Wolfe Tones.|
Armagh-ND: D. Fields, M. McAuley, G. Kearns, S. McKenna, F. Meehan, T. Cassidy, D. Magill, J. Comiskey, G. Hall, N. Finnegan, M. Tiffany, P. McEvoy, S. O’Hare. Tones: C. Hynes, D. Maguire, A. Rooney, M. O’Brien, K. Regan, C. Malone, C. Power, E. Naughton, A. Higgins, M. Farrell, B. Blanchfield, J. Doyle, S. O’Brien.
By Rory O'Donnell