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Ryan Byrne/INPHO Daniel Flynn raised a green flag tonight against the Breffni County.
# Joy For Lilywhites
All good news for Kildare, first league points in the bag and Daniel Flynn back scoring goals
Jason Ryan’s side overcame 14-man Cavan tonight.

Kildare 2-13
Cavan 0-14

KILDARE ENDED THEIR Division 2 losing streak tonight as they came away with a five-point win from Kingspan Breffni Park against home side Cavan.

The good news continued for Jason Ryan’s side as Daniel Flynn fired home their second goal to mark his first start for the county since July 2013 after a spell with AFL club Port Adelaide.

Eoghan O’Flaherty bagged the first-half goal for a Kildare team that trailed at the break by 0-8 to 1-4. The first-half saw Fionn Dowling miss a penalty for Kildare while Cavan were left reeling from the sending-off of Damien O’Reilly.

Kildare were also reduced to 14 men during the second-half when David Hyland was dismissed. But before that the Lilywhies had made a strong burst and had moved 1-12 to 0-12 ahead with ten minutes left before Flynn grabbed the second goal that sealed their success.

Scorers for Kildare: Eoghan O’Flaherty 1-4 (0-4f), Daniel Flynn 1-1, Paul Cribben, Niall Kelly, Fionn Dowling 0-2 each, Ollie Lyons, Fionn Dowling 0-1 each.

Scorers for Cavan:  Niall McDermott 0-6 (0-6f), Gearoid McKiernan, Martin Reilly (0-2f, 0-1 ’45) 0-3 each, Dara McVeety, Cian Mackey 0-1 each.


1. Mark Donnellan – Maynooth

2. Ollie Lyons – Celbridge
3. Ciaran Fitzpatrick – Kilcock
4. Mick O Grady – Celbridge

5. Keith Cribbin – Johnstownbridge
6. Fergal Conway – Celbridge
7. Eoin Doyle – Naas

8. Hugh Lynch – Confey
9. Paul Cribbin – Johnstownbridge

10. Daniel Flynn – Johnstownbridge
11. Eoghan O Flaherty – Carbury
12. Padraig O Neill – St Laurences

13. Fionn Dowling – Suncroft
14. Tomas O Connor – Clane
15. Eamon Callaghan – Naas

Gary White (Sarsfields) for Lynch (13)
Padraig Fogarty (St Laurence’s) for Kelly (49)
David Hyland (Athy) for O’Grady (57)


1. Conor Gilsenan (Bailieboro)

2. Jason McLoughlin (Shannon Gaels)
3. Rory Dunne (Redhills)
4. Killian Brady (Mullahoran)

5. Ronan Flanagan (Castlerahan)
6. Fergal Flanagan (Butlersbridge)
7. Damien O’Reilly (Belturbet)

8. Gearoid McKiernan (Swanlinbar)
9. Killian Clarke (Shercock)

10. James McEnroe (Ramor United)
11. Dara McVeety (Crosserlough)
12. Martin Reilly (Killygarry)

13. Cian Mackey (Castlerahan)
14. Thomas Corr (Denn)
15. Niall McDermott (Ballinagh)

Michael Argue (Bailieborough Shamrocks) for Clarke (inj) (26)
Paul Smith (Castlerahan) for McVeety (49)
Jack Brady (Ramor United) for Mackey (53)
Mark McKeever (Gowna) for Corr (63)

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