Lawlor can't save Kilmore from Adamstown annihilation

By Jason Goodison

Published 30/05/2016 | 10:40

Michelle Coleman ladies soccer cup final at, Moyle Rangers grounds; Julia Colfer, Adamstown and Cora Millar, Kilmore United.
Michelle Coleman ladies soccer cup final at, Moyle Rangers grounds; Julia Colfer, Adamstown and Cora Millar, Kilmore United.
Michelle Coleman ladies soccer cup final at, Moyle Rangers grounds; Sandra Thorpe, Adamstown and Chloe Troy, Kilmore United.
Michelle Coleman ladies soccer cup final at, Moyle Rangers grounds; Natasha Martina, Adamstown and Chloe Troy, Kilmore United.
Michelle Coleman ladies soccer cup final at, Moyle Rangers grounds; Marcella Cullen, Adamstown and Roisin Shannon, Kilmore United.

Adamstown bounced back from their Division 1 playoff defeat to Curracloe on penalties last weekend by steamrolling the valiant Kilmore United during their Michelle Coleman Cup final clash on Sunday.

Adamstown 7 Kilmore United 2

Seven proved to be a very modest figure for the winners who were denied a cricket score by United goalkeeper and player of the match Katie Lawlor.

 

Kilmore took a surprise lead through Katrina Parrock but were quickly hauled back down to earth by two quick-fire Adamstown goals, courtesy of Katie White and Niamh Kelly. The playoff losers added a third before the interval through Nikki Dunphy.

 

A dubious Parrock penalty after the break narrowed the deficit to just one before an Edna Whelan brace and goals from Chantelle Martin and Ashling Whelan earned the cup champions a slightly more fitting scoreline.

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