TIMOTHY’S LONDIS TWO TEACHER SCHOOLS FINALS Granalahan secured the seven a side boys title after a very good final defeating a very gallant Woodbrook team on a one-nil scoreline. The Londis competition started last September and there were many days of competition and some great matches. It took a goal of exceptional quality to secure the title for Granalahan which was an overhead kick by Adrian Philips and was one of the best goals scored all season in any competition. Granalahan were well served by Liam Coll, Sean Burke, Luke McDermott, Lewis Saddon, Adrian Phillips and Fiona Brady but all their panel members played well when they got on the field of play. Woodbrook, who won the B final for the past two seasons played very well and will feel they could have secured the title with a little more luck on their side. Michael Murtagh, Conor O’Dowd, Patrick Doyle, Aaron O’Callaghan all played well. Granlahan Team: Rory Mannion, Fiona Brady, Sean Burke, Lewis Seddon, Adrian Phillips, Luke McDermott, Liam Coll, Paul Raftery, Edel Coffey, Thomas Kilboyle, Liam Kearney. Woodbrook National School: Michael Murtagh, Conor O’Dowd, Patrick Doyle, Luke O’Dowd, Darren Conlon, Aaron O’Callaghan, Martin Harris, Matthew Burke, Fiachra Doyle, Darragh O’Dowd. TIMOTHY’S LONDIS TWO TEACHER GIRLS FIVE A SIDE SCHOOLS SOCCER Athleague v Rathcroghan Athleague N.S capped a great season after winning the Ribena five a side in April. They secured the double in a great final played in perfect conditions in Donamon on Monday last. Rathcroghan led two-nil at one stage with two goals from the tournament’s best player, Pooky Mitchell. But Athleague again refused to give up and came back with two goals of their own from Kate Coyle and Lydia Clayton to take the match into extra-time and both teams were still level and the match went to penalties and Athleague secured victory three-two after a classic match. Athleague Team: Sinead Doolan, Roisin Doolan, Lydia Clayton, Laura Beirne, Kate Coyle, Shauna Fitzmaurice, Niamh Farrell. Rathcroghan Team: Ailbhe Collins, Rachel Feeley, Sinead Conroy, Ellen McLoughlin, Sarah Scott, Grace Scott, Pooky Mitchell, Geeta Mitchell, Fiona Nolan. BOYS B FINAL Last year’s A winners Curraghboy had to settle for the B finals this season when they beat newcomers to the competition, Clondra N.S. Curraghboy’s best players were Seamus Connolly, Jason Nestor, Ryan O’Connor and Emily Staunton while Clondra N.S had good players in Eoghan McManus, Patrick Feeney, Rachel Burke and Amy Cousins. Curraghboy N.S Team: Seamus Connolly, Ryan O’Donnoll, Emily Staunton, Michael Derwin, Jason Nestor, Keith Dolan, Jack McDonnell, Alison Grehan. Subs: Raymond Gacquin, Emma Butler, Clare Butler, Avril Egan, Hannah Cummins. Clondra National School girls team secured the B Shield in Donamon on Monday beating Cortoonmore N.S. Contra did not have any substitutes as they only had 5 girls in the 4 th and 6 th class and two of these Rachel Burke and Amy Cousins also played on the mixed boys team. Cortoonmore were in the B finals for the second year and if they had a better performance in front of goal they could have secured the title. Both goalkeepers were excellent. Clondra had great performers in Rachel Burke, Amy Cousins, Caoimhe McManus. Best for Cortoonmore were Caoimhe Jordan, Michelle Mearon, Chloe McCoy, Caoilfhionn McDermott and Jacqueline Crean. Clondra Team: Rachel Burke, Amy Cousins, Amy Webb, Caoimhe McManus, Rachel Dowd. Cortoonmore: Caoimhe Jordan, Caoilfhionn McDermott, Shauna McCoy, Jacqueline Crean, Ciara Flynn, Chloe McCoy, Michelle Mearon, Saoirse Cunniffe, Theresa Bruen, Geraldine Bruen.