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Goal hero O’Hanlon is king of the Castle

St Malachy’s 1-07 St Patrick’s 0-09

All Ireland champions St Malachy’s Castlewellan retained their Ulster under-18 Vocational schools Markey Cup at Crossmaglen yesterday as they edged out St Patrick’s College Dungannon.

The holders needed a late Darragh O’Hanlon goal to help them back into the game before the same player hit the winner.

O’Hanlon opened the scoring in the first minute, but St Pat’s led |0-4 to 0-1 at half-time through Shea Tennyson [2], Enda McGahan and Matthew McGahan.

However, Martin Devlin and O’Hanlon then converted frees with a Nathan Smyth point from play sandwiched in between.

Dungannon hit back through Conor Muldoon and Peter Nixon but with 10 minutes to go a sweeping Castlewellan move resulted in an O’Hanlon goal to level matters and Ciaran McLean added a point moments late.

With three minutes left Padraig McNulty fired over the equaliser and extra-time loomed before O’Hanlon took a pass from Smyth to fire over that priceless winner.

St. Patrick’s College Dungannon: N Brady, B Cassidy, J Toal, A Daly, P McCann, P Nixon, D Goodfellow, P McNulty, E McGahan, C Muldoon, D Donaghy, M McGahan, S Tennyson, E McClintock, J Gartland. Sub - T Martin for Donaghy.

St.Malachy’s Castlewellan: C Turley, A Dornan, C McCusker, M Grant, S O’Hanlon, C McClean, C Cunningham, C Maginn, R Laughlin, O McClean, S Tierney, N Smyth, M Devlin, P McKenny, D O’Hanlon. Subs - none used.

Referee: D Helferty, Monaghan.

St Malachy’s scorers: Darragh O’Hanlon 1-3, Nathan Smyth 0-2, Ciaran McLean 0-1, Martin Devlin 0-1.

St Patrick’s scorers: Shea Tennyson 0-3, Padraig McNulty 0-1, Enda McGahan 0-1, Matthew McGahan 0-1, James Gartland 0-1, Conor Muldoon 0-1, Peter Nixon 0-1.

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