Big Away win maintains winning start for Senior Hurlers
Derry travelled to Aughrim on Sunday 13th February to take on Wicklow in their second League game of 2022, and despite a tight first half, pulled away in the second half to secure a comfortable victory in the end to maintain their winning start to the year.
Half-Time: Wicklow 0-08 Derry 0-10
Teams and scorers:
Wicklow: Cian Staunton; Davy Maloney, Michael Mangan, Martin O’Brien; James Byrne, Ciarán Breen, Brandon Ryan; Mark Murphy, Shaun Cranley (0-2); John Toomey (0-1), Marc Lennon (0-1), John Doyle; Rory Lambe, Seanie Germaine (0-8, 6f, 1 65), Eoin McCormack. Subs: Kieran Conway for R Lambe (50), Aaron Byrne for B Ryan (50), Jacques McCall for D Maloney (53), Shane Browne for S Cranley (57), Eoin Byrne for E McCormack (63, inj).
Derry: Oisin O’Doherty; Ciaran Hendry (0-1), Mark Craig, Niall Farren; Meehaul McGrath, Richie Mullan (1-0), Eamon McGill; Cormac O’Doherty (0-8, 6f), Darragh McGilligan (0-1); Sean Kelly (0-2), John Mullan (0-2), Jerome McGuigan (0-2); Deaglan Foley (0-2), Conor Kelly (0-1), Tiarnan McGrath (0-2). Subs: Odhran McKeever (1-2) for C Kelly (39), Tiarnan McCloskey for S Kelly (43), Brendan Laverty for K McGuigan (55), Gabriel Farren for M McGrath (57), Ryan Mulholland (0-1) for D McGilligan (53).
Referee: Chris Mooney (Dublin)
Around the web
https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/hurling/donegal-keep-perfect-start-against-neighbours-as-derry-blow-wicklow-away-41343355.html – Donegal keep perfect start against neighbours as Derry blow Wicklow away
https://www.independent.ie/regionals/wicklow/sport/derry-prove-too-strong-for-wicklow-41350918.html – Derry prove too strong for Wicklow