Monday 24 September 2018

Troy the hat-trick hero for O'Connell boys

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Troy Parrott of O'Connell's controls the ball as Danile Bardler, Killians looks on
Troy Parrott of O'Connell's controls the ball as Danile Bardler, Killians looks on
O'Connells celebrate their victory
Ivan Yang and Daniel Bardler, in action against O Connell's Troy Parrott and Edward Jacob in the Leinster first year boys B Cup Final at Stella Maris Richmond Road
Ian Coffey, Killian's clears from O Connell's Troy Parrott in the Leinster First Year Boys B Cup Final at Stella Maris Richmond Road
Leon Wheelock, O'Connells slams home their third goal past Killian's Ian Coffey in the Leinster First Year Boys B Cup Final at Stella Maris
Daniel Opeca, O Connells clears from Hubo Heisherkamp, Killians
O'Connells skipper and hat-trick hero Troy Parrott lifts the cup to celebrate
Troy Parrott curls in his third goal against Killian's
Killians (Back Left to right) Ian Yang, Denis Popov, Hubo Heishoirkamp, Eoghan Flanner, Nicheta Kodmikov, Michael Borodin; (front left to right) Louis Murray, Jack Fernandez, Adam Handchaul, Daniel Bardler, Nicholas Heiberman
Jordan Boyle, O'Connells tackles Hubo Heisheirkamp
Nicki Kodmikov, Killians gets his tackle in on Troy Parrott
O'Connells 'keeper Denis Robu picks the ball off the head of Hubl Heisheirkamp
Troy Parrott scores his side's second goal
O'Connells: (Back -left to right) Denis Robu, Jordan Boylan, Lloyd Lawless, Evan Crosbie, Leon Wheelock, Edward Jacob; (Front, left to right) Jamie Murphy, Danile Opeca, Troy Parrott, Sebastian Corcan, Scott Shannon

TROY PARROTT'S hat-trick inspired O'Connell School to an incredible All-Ireland First Year Boys 'B' Cup final turnaround in Tullamore.

With the Dubin city-centre school trailing Galway side Seamount College 2-0 heading into the final 10 minutes of yesterday's clash at Leah Victoria Park, Parrott made his mark.

Matching his recent Leinster final brace to send the contest into extra-time, Parrott capped an incredible solo display - and personal season - by deciding the final with an extra-time winner.

Goals from Joey Droney and Danny Travis had looked to have given the Connacht's champions from Kinvara the vital edge until Parrott stole the show.

Meanwhile, St Benildus College, will also be in All-Ireland final action next Wednesday, facing Ulster champions St Eunan's College in the First Year Cup showpiece in Gortakeegan (1.0). Benildus followed up their provincial final success with an emphatic All-Ireland semi-final victory last week, beating Crescent College Comprehensive from Limerick 4-0 thanks to goal from Jamie Burke, Harry McEvoy, Shane Flynn and Sean Monahan.

On Tuesday, Leinster Minor Cup champions Colasite Phádraig CBS booked their place in the Dublin Metropolitan League final thanks to a penalty-shootout victory over Clonkeen College.

Despite goals from Liam Kane, Yasser Mahrouk and Cian McGrane in normal time, the semi-final tie needed penalties to separate the sides and Liam Corponi struck the winning effort.

O'CONNELL SCHOOL: Denis Robo; Jamie Murphy, Sebastian Corcoran, David Oprea, Jordan Boylan, Lloyd Lawless, Scott Shannon, Troy Parrott, Leon Wheelock, Edward Iacob (Scott Coughlan 35), Evan Crosby (Corey Cummins 45).

SEAMOUNT COLLEGE: Jack Burke; Tom Brennan, Donal Mulligan, Daire Murphy, Eoghan Hanley, Michael Corless (Donal Keely 50), Conail Larristy, Ruairi McSweeney, Barry Britton, Joey Droney, Danny Travis (Dean Ivors 50).


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