01 Oct 2022

Longford ladies far too strong for Fermanagh

Longford ladies far too strong for Fermanagh

Leanne Keegan pictured in action for the Longford ladies against Fermanagh in the National League Division 4 game at the Derrylin grounds on Sunday last.

Longford ladies registered their fifth win in a row in Division 4 of the National League and were in control from the start against Fermanagh at the Derrylin grounds on Sunday last.

Lidl Ladies Football National League Division 4 - Round 5

Longford . . . . . 3-15     Fermanagh . . . . . 2-5

The wide margin of 13 points separated the sides in the finish and having already secured their place in the League semi-final with two games left to play, Longford will want  to continue their winning ways when they take on Kilkenny at home on Sunday next and then travel to Wicklow (who are probably the second best team in Division 4) in their final league game before the last four clash.

LONGFORD: Michelle Kilkenny (Dromard); Niamh Darcy (Clonguish), Leanne Keegan (Mostrim), Mairead Moore (Clonguish); Emer Heaney (Ballymore, 1-2), Mairead Reynolds (Dromard), Michelle Noonan (Carrickedmond); Jacinta Brady (Killoe), Ailbhe McGowan (Clonguish); Anna McDonnell (Killoe, 0-1), Aoife Darcy (Clonguish, 0-1), Aisling O’Hara (St Helen’s, Drumlish, 1-0); Sarah Tierney (Mostrim, 0-3), Michelle Farrell (Colmcille, 1-7, 5 frees), Aisling Greene (Clonguish, 0-1).

Sub used:- Ellie Collumb (St Helen’s, Drumlish) for S Tierney (40 mins).  



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