This league game against Kinvara played at home today was a strong showing from our ‘A’ team, albeit manager Gerry Moran fielded a changed team from the last few outings. They dominated possession and made a great impression from the start as most of the game was played in Kinvara’s half. Kegs continued his fine run of form when he chipped the keeper from 25 yards on 20mins to break the deadlock. 5mins later came Damo Wynne’s moment of magic as he flicked the ball with his left foot onto his right and volleyed from 30yards, such a classic goal that even the referee extended compliments to him immediately after. The visitors were visibly deflated by this goal and half time couldn’t come quick enough. The second half resumed with the same attacking play from the home side as Kinvara were forced to defend from the outset. Paddy Mullins however, had the final word with a 3rd goal as he notched his first goal this season. He controlled an inch perfect sumptuous cross, from all of 40yards from Alan Finn, beat two defenders and his classic drive drilled to the left of the keeper. Jason Finn, Ollie Crowe & Alan Finn were heroic in defence. Squelchy was a live wire in the middle of the field whilst Gary Lally, Richie Lally, Ray Moran & Paddy Mullins made Kinvara second best throughout the field. Up front Kegs & Damo Wynne formed an unusual partnership but the pair worked well as a unit. Enda Cunniffe , Sean Hardy & Niall Gelston also got a taste of the action in what was an all-round great squad performance. This 3-0 result is more important given West Utd’s loss to table toppers Salthill Devon on Friday which leaves the league wide open between the top three big guns. It looks like these Colemanstown lads are going from strength to strength as they await their next league action against Dynamo Blues next Sunday in Tuam.