Leahy return a boost for Arravale Rovers

first_imgArravale Rovers manager Sean Dalton believes the return of Donnagh Leahy to their starting line-up could make all the difference in Sunday’s County Senior Football Quarter Final against Loughmore – Castleiney.The inter-county star has been sidelined for the majority of the year through injury, but returned last week against Ardfinnan to deliver a fine performance.The Tipp Town side will be huge underdogs against the County Champions, who are favourites to retain their crown this year.last_img

Holland scores twice to lift Hawks past Storm to square KIJHL Final

first_imgHolland finished the game with three points while Riley Brandt, Ryan Edwards, Dallas Calvin and Braden Fuller also scored for Beaver Valley.Brock Balson and Daniel Buchanan replied for Kamloops, the overall regular season winners.Brett Clark rebounded from a Game one loss to register the win in goal for the Hawks.Wade Moyls started the game for Kamloops but was replaced by Liam McLeod for the final period.This is the third consecutive series Beaver Valley has played the first two games on the road and third time the Hawks have headed home even.The winner advances to the Cyclone Taylor Cup April 10-13 in Nelson. After dropping the opener in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Final, the Beaver Valley Nitehawks had the Kamloops Storm right where they wanted.Dan Holland scored twice, including once in a three-goal second period, to spark the Hawks to a 6-2 thrashing of the Storm Saturday night in Spoolmak Country.Beaver Valley squares the best-of-seven KIJHL Championship series at 1-1 with Games three and four, Monday and Tuesday in Fruitvale.Trailing 2-1 after one period, the Hawks scored the next five goals to secure the win, out shooting the host team 32-18 in the final 40 minutes.last_img read more