Three goal Tullaroan end Rosenallis’s Leinster hurling journey

first_img TAGSLeinster Club IHCRosenallis v Tullaroan Three goal Tullaroan end Rosenallis’s Leinster hurling journey GAA RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By LaoisToday Reporter – 2nd November 2019 Pinterest 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin Rosenallis 1-12 Tullaroan 3-18Leinster Intermediate Club Hurling Championship Quarter FinalRosenallis’s Leinster hurling journey is over as they were well beaten by Kilkenny champions Tullaroan in O’Moore Park this afternoon.In miserable conditions, the Kilkenny outfit opened up an a lead with first half goals from Tommy Walsh and Martin Keoghan that gave them a cushion to hold onto for the remainder.Multiple All-Star winner Tommy Walsh also helped himself to another goal in the second half to make the game safe near the end. WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Home Sport GAA Three goal Tullaroan end Rosenallis’s Leinster hurling journey SportGAAHurlingcenter_img Facebook GAA Twitter Pinterest Facebook Previous articleRemember the Game: Emo see off Mountmellick to claim Division 2 football honours in 2000Next articleO’Brien and Hanley down Mountmellick as Clonguish Gaels march on LaoisToday Reporter Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results GAA Rosenallis actually got the game’s first score through Ronan Murray but Tullaroan’s first attack resulted in a goal through Tommy Walsh.Rosenallis rallied with points from Stephen Kelly, Jack Friel and John Lennon to leave it 1-5 to 0-4 by the midpoint of the half but they would be rocked by the concession of a second goal soon after.Martin Keoghan struck for a goal and then followed that with a point to open up a seven point lead.Jack Friel and Brian Fitzpatrick replied but Tullaroan ended the half with points from Shane and Peter Walsh to take a 2-9 to 0-7 lead into the break.The sides traded points on the resumption of play before Tommy Walsh settled the game after 39 minutes with his second goal following a brilliant pass by Shane Walsh.Rosenallis did hit back instantly with a Ronan Murray goal but they wouldn’t threaten Tullaroan who saw out the game really well from there.SCORERS – ROSENALLIS: Ronan Murray 1-2, Stephen Kelly 0-1 (one free), Jack Friel 0-2, John Lennon 0-1, Brian Fitzpatrick 0-5 (one free), Fiachra C-Fennell 0-1 TULLAROAN: Tommy Walsh 2-2, Shane Walsh 0-7, Peter Walsh 0-3 (one free), Martin Keoghan 1-4, Padraig Walsh 0-1, Dylan Simpson 0-1ROSENALLIS: Stephen Kelly; John Maher, Marcus Redmond, Ruaidhri C-Fennell; Conor Cosgrove, Cathal C-Fennell, Fiachra C-Fennell; John Lennon, Cillian Callally; Tom Keating, Jack Friel, Donnagh Callally; Ronan Murray, Brian Fitzpatrick, Walter Murphy. Subs: Jack Conroy for Murphy, Darragh McEvoy for Lennon, Enda McEvoy for D CallallyTULLAROAN: Paul Buggy; Diarmuid Doheny, Tommy Walsh, Stephen Maher; Jack Keoghan, Padraig Walsh, Bill Gaffney; Tomas Dunne, John Walton; Martin Walsh, Martin Keoghan, Mark Walsh; Peter Walsh, Tommy Walsh, Shane Walsh. Subs: Stephen Dowling for Dunne, Jim Moore for M Walsh, Dylan Simpson for Gaffney Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory last_img read more

DEC: Fresh Pond ‘Not Swimmable’

first_imgShelter Island’s Fresh Pond has been deemed not swimmable by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. The DEC has confirmed the presence of a new cyanobacteria bloom, more commonly known as blue-green algae, in the pond, which is dotted with upscale homes along its shores.Because of these findings, health officials have asked residents not to use or swim or wade in these waters and to keep their pets and children away from the area.Signs have been posted at the pond’s access alerting Islanders of the risk.Though blue-green algae are naturally present in lakes and streams in low numbers, they can become abundant, forming blooms in shades of green, blue-green, yellow, brown, or red. The algae may produce floating scums on the surface of the water or may cause the water to take on paint-like appearance.The DEC advises that contact with water that appears scummy or discolored should be avoided. If contact does occur, rinse off with clean water immediately. Seek medical attention if any of the following symptoms occur after contact: nausea, vomiting or diarrhea; skin, eye or throat irritation; or allergic reactions or breathing difficulties.To report a suspected blue-green algae bloom at a body of water that contains a Suffolk County-permitted bathing beach, contact the Suffolk County Department of Health Services’ Office of Ecology at 631-852-5760 between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM or by email at any time at [email protected] report a suspected blue-green algae bloom that is in a body of water that does not contain a Suffolk County permitted bathing beach, contact the Division of Water at New York State DEC at 518-402-8179 between 8 AM and 4 PM or anytime via email at [email protected]@[email protected] Sharelast_img read more