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Big weekend of Football action for Stinsons 09 September 2005

This Saturday both the Minor's and U12's from Sean Stinsons are involved in massive end-of-season games.

MFC Semi-Final: St. Enda's v Sean Stinsons (Casement Park, 11:30am)

First up are the Minors, who after an uneventful league campaign have hit a good run of form in the Championship, and now find themselves one step away from the County Final.

Path to the Semi-Final:
Round 1: Rossa 1-10 v 1-12 Sean Stinsons
Round 2: Moneyglass 0-8 v 0-12 Sean Stinsons
1/4-Final: Naomh Nua 2-8 v 1-14 Sean Stinsons

Given that all games to this stage have been away from home, this makes their achievements even greater.

St. Enda's are hopefully the last obstacle on the road to another Final appearance, where anything could happen against the winners of St. Gall's v Dunloy.

We wish Dermot Graham, Paddy Logan and all the management team and panel best of luck for the game.

SWFL U12 Final: Sean Stinsons v Glenarm (Ballymena, 5:00pm)

The all-conquering Stinsons U12's have been the form team this year, and have beaten all opponents in both league and friendly competition - it is a fact that few teams have been able to live with this incredible panel of players who have always looked in a different class in all their games to date.

Having beaten Aldergrove comfortably in the Semi-Final they now meet the team who finished 2nd in the league in only their first season in competetive SW football - Glenarm.

Stinson's will obviously be the bookies favourites to take the U12 title, however Glenarm cannot be taken for granted and will make Stinsons work hard for any kind of result.

Hopefully come 6pm on Saturday we will have one title secured and be one step closer to another.

Again best of luck to Danny O'Neill, Ciaran Doherty, Gerard McAleese and all the players from all at the club.


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