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semis played hard and still the weather held dry, but clouds were about to bust both on and off the field! As the minutes raced by, points were scored. Neither side taking any prisoners. Finally there it was the rain and the deafening sound of the klaxton horn. Game over! Alan Heaney men gave it all they had, 3 points. But the game belonged to the valiant defenders captained by Tommy Tuffy. They fought for Nike Blazer Suede
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Celebrations were soon in full swing and in honour of the man for whom the games were played, Willie O father; Eugene O presented the winning trophy and medals. Those who received the triumphant accolades from the Killasser Dad included Captain Tommy Tuffy; of the match Kevin Barry; Vinny Ginty; Damien Tansey; Noel Barry; Stephen Judge; Michael Loftas; Vinny Broderick; Paul Brennan and Paul Hyland. was raised through out the day event which will be used to upgrade the football pitch and to encourage the young football stars of tomorrow. 76 years ago he defended Killasser School in their own heart thumping football match against Carramore School. John McNulty, 90, played for Carramore School will receive his own presentation in honour of the historical game at a later date.
Catherine Brian Groarke, Carrowliambeg and son Bernie and deceased family members of the Groarke and O families.
it and with a 1 5 victory, the first ever Nike Blazer Mid Premium Black O Memorial trophy was theirs with of the match Kevin Barry, who scored the 5 points. Wow, what a game!! Jubilant, the victors, players, organisers and the whole community of spectators were invited to the one and only village pub, Frank Place. Hosting a free sheltered BBQ and children bouncy castle with David Heaney and Imelda Conlon, the pub was a welcome refuge from the now pelting rain.
A community was united, not in grief, but in the celebration of a young Killasser life, Willie O and all through the beautiful game of football. Out they came thronging the spectator perimeters. Friends, relatives and neighbours excited and filled with anticipation as 4 teams of 41 strong local football players descended onto the pitch outside All Saints Nike Blazer High Grey
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Pictures from the day are available to view on the Facebook page entitled All Saints Churck, Killasser.
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Church, Killasser on 26th August. Less than a year ago the same crowd thronged the church as the 35 year old was laid to rest following an untimely death. Led by captains Tommy Tuffy, Colm O Alan Heaney and Willie brother Patrick O two semi and the climactic final match would see the team coveting the first ever O Memorial cup. Down went Colm O men! Beaten by 1 2 to the team of Alan Heaney. Down followed the men of Paddy O He wouldn be securing his brother eponymous cup. Beaten instead by 3 7 to the crushing side of Tommy Tuffy. Then the crescendo! Squaring up to the final, teams captained by Alan Heaney and Tommy Tuffy waited anxiously for play as the young Killasser football stars of tomorrow were given their chance to vent a mini game under the guidance of long time children coach Michael Howley, Brian Dunleavy and parent Monica Grufferty.
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