Michael Glaveys v Moy match tracker: All-Ireland intermediate final 2018

All-Ireland intermediate final

Moy 1-10

Michael Glaveys 0-07


Hard luck to Michael Glaveys losing out in the All-Ireland final to Moy but what an incredible year they had.

Ian Daly side have certainly done the club and county proud.

Willie Hegarty and Paul Earley sum up the game as the final whistle went

5.07 The Game is over

Moy Tir na nog 1-10 Michael Glaveys 0-07..Moy are the All-Ireland intermediate champions

5.06 Willie Hegarty says that ‘the Lotto will have its 3 thousand draw tonight and Moy have won the lotto today’

5.04 Three times All-Ireland winner Sean Cavanagh kicks another point for Moy. its 1-10 to 0-07..Paul Earley says that, ‘the Glaveys side will learn so much from the year they’ve had and they have brilliant character’

5.02 UNLUCKY ….Goal chance for Glaveys and the ball cleared off the line James Brennan put the shot goal bound but the full-back side footed it away. The Roscommon side worked the opening so well.

5.00 free man Conal Duffy for the under pressure Moy takes his chance into the hill 16 end and its 1-09 to 0-07

4.59 Andy Glennon gets his 2-41 score of the championship..The Glaveys forward puts four points in it…some performance from Glaveys. Moy 1-08 Glaveys 0-07

4.56 ‘Glaveys were on the canvas but now back on their feet’ according to Willie Hegarty. Glaveys leading by five points to three in the second half

4.54 super score from Andrew Glennon his fifth point of the afternoon. fifty five metres out against the wind and its 1-08 to 0-06

4.52 Its a six point game as Andrew Glennon converts another free and Glaveys have lifted their performance level since going down to fourteen men. Moy 1-08 Glaveys 0-05

4.50 Andrew Glennon with another point for Glaveys and its 1-08 to 0-04. Moy havent conceded more than eight points in a match all season.

4.48 both sides have four wides apiece

4.45 Keelan Fitzmaurice receives a straight red card for Glaveys. They are down to 14 men..Paul Earley says ‘the game is now a double everest for Glaveys’.four yellow cards and one red card for Glaveys at the moment

4.43 Sean Cavanagh kicks it high and over the bar for Moy 1-08 to 0-03

4.38 Moy convert a point to increase their advantage its 1-07 to 0-03.. seven points down ten minutes into half

4.36 Ryan Coleman responds for Moy and its now 1-06 to 0-03. The second half has opened up

4.35 3 and a half minutes of the second half John Finan finds Stephen Comer and Glaveys make it 1-05 to 0-03. Ian Dalys side playing with real purpose.

4.32 Second half is on. Glaveys playing with urgency and Andrew Glennon from a difficult angle 35 metres out gets them off the mark and its 1-05 to 0-02

6,752 have attended the game in Croke Park

4.17 Half-time called and it’s Moy 1-05 Glaveys 0-01..The Tyrone side have been hard to break down

4.16 Sean Cavanagh kicks his second free of the afternoon. its Moy 1-05 Glaveys 0-01

4.14  two minutes of injury time announced. Glaveys against the wind in the second half. Paul Earley says ‘Moy are controlling the game at the moment’

4.09 Goal chance for Moy with great angles of running.shot goes wide from Harry Loughran

4.06 34 year old retired inter-county player Sean Cavanagh gets another point from a free and Moy have a six point lead.1-04 to a point

4.03 Moy get their third point through Eunan Deeney and Glaveys make a substitution with Cathal Heneghan going off injured for Glaveys and Cian Ruane comes on.

3.59 Glaveys legend Paul Earleys says ‘Glaveys will have to work their way back into the game and take their opportunities and stretch their defence’. Sean Cavanagh is playing at full-forward and Glaveys are playing with a sweeper. Game live on Shannonside FM

3.56 Glaveys up and running. eleven minutes into the contest and Andrew Glennon gets Glaveys on to the scoreboard.Keelan Fitzmaurice called a mark.He got the ball to Glennon and the sharpshooter made it 1-02 to 0-01

3.55 Harry Loughran gets his second point for Moy. Its Moy 1-02 to no score.

3.51 Corner forward Ryan Molloy gets a point for Moy. It’s 1-01 to no score

3.50 no scores in five minutes. both sides have had wides. Glaveys are playing their 11th championship match this season. The club have five Roscommon intermediate titles to their name

3.45 30 seconds into the game, Harry Loughran loses his marker is fed by five times all-star Sean Cavanagh and Moy goaled as Glaveys concede their third goal of the championship. Willie Hegarty says, ‘Moy have started like Usain Bolt’ Moy 1-00 Glaveys no score. Heres the goal as described by Willie Hegarty and Paul Earley

3.45 Game on

3.44 Paul Earley says he slept soundly and is really looking forward to the biggest game of the Glaveys players lives

3.42 Glaveys wearing green,black and yellow.Moy wearing blue. Brendan Cawley reffering. Glaveys founded in 1956 and this will be a proud day.


The All Ireland junior football final finished Multyfarnham: 3-09 Knocknagree: 3-13.

Westmeath GAA Tweeted ‘We are all immensely proud of our represenatives in Multyfarnham and the great supporters in Croker today! What a year this club has had – we can hold our heads high!’


Historic day for Michael Glaveys

Michael Glaveys have won the Roscommon and Connacht intermediate championships. The west Roscommmon side defeated Killanerin in the All Ireland semi final last Saturday and now today they are Croke Park bound in the All Ireland final against Tyrone’s Moy who got over the line in their semi final against An Ghaeltacht of Kerry.

Heres  Willie  Hegartys description of Glaveys semi final win…’Theyve climbed Croagh Patrick and the McGillycuddy reeks’

Shannonside FM will have live commentary with Willie Hegarty and Glaveys legend Paul Earley on commentary duty with our coverage brought to you by John Gill auctioneer in Ballinlough.


in the build up of the game Captain Conor Hussey says they are more than capable of grinding out results

Match analyst Paul Earley says ‘Glaveys are playing without fear’

In the build up to the game Fuerty GAA club offered their support to their great rivals ‘On behalf of Fuerty GAA Club I would like to extend best wishes to the players, management and supporters in the All Ireland Final on Saturday. The professionalism you have shown in your run to capturing the Roscommon Intermediate title and continuing your good form into the Connacht campaign has been a credit to all involved, while the determination and skill shown in coming through a tough All Ireland semi final will stand to the team’.