O'Neill goal creates daylight for Waterford IT in tough encounter

 

Waterford IT 1-11 Carlow IT 1-6:A well-struck 48th minute goal from Waterford IT forward Martin O’Neill proved crucial as they ran out winners over Carlow IT yesterday. The opening half produced only nine points, four from play, as WIT led by the break 0-6 to 0-3.

Carlow IT were back in it in the 41st minute when a free from his own half by Mark Ellis was touched to the net by Paul Buggy to level at 1-5 to 0-8. But WIT raised their game and dominated for there on, with O’Neill’s goal past Kilkenny All-Ireland goalkeeper PJ Ryan supplemented by points from Gavin O’Brien, Jake Dillon and one from O’Neill himself.

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