The Derry Minor footballers bounced again from their Ulster last defeat in a effective method to earn a spot within the All-Eire semi-finals.
Martin Boyle’s children, who misplaced 4-8 through the provincial last defeat to Tyrone, have conceded simply 0-6 right here, with solely 4 of them popping out of the sport.
It was a dominant show from the North that led from gun to tape, their benefit being eight robust at one level within the second interval.
Cork, who scored a determined three factors within the first 56 minutes, was charged late when he was kicked thrice in a row by Brian Hayes (two freebies) and Colm Gillespie. However too late got here their injection depth.
Derry’s six-point victory on the O’Mour Park in Cork led to a collection of defeats for the provincial champions after the Ulster winners got here out of Tyrone’s exit. And just like the Kerry-Tyrone tie, it’s a defensive sport of concern in soccer. The worth for cash couldn’t be ascertained within the Midlands this afternoon.
From 0-5 to 0-2 on the break, midfielder Ruwairi steered that Derry mustn’t relinquish their dominance when the Cork posts cut up 10 seconds after Forbes’ resumption.
Cieron Chambers and Othran Crozier adopted with a pair of free kicks, with Derry crossing the hole from 0-8 to 0-2 42 minutes earlier.
Ian Higgins (0-2, one free) and Othran Murphy eliminated any doubts from one other three-match consequence within the final quarter in a row.
Not more than the primary half of the opening sport on this Portlois double-header, the primary half-hour of Cork-Derry had been a really powerful clock.
Cork has a really low Monster Closing amplitude and depth and a really excessive Monster semi-final effort and lateral.
The Sheepish Monster Champions scored a complete of two factors within the opening half, with corner-forward Olan O’Donovan and midfielder Colm Gillespie contributing barely to 0-2 within the twelfth and twenty sixth minutes.
Michael O’Brien’s younger expenses are unspeakably sluggish and superior of their build-up play, particularly when attempting to harm Derry on the counter, their hasty and low-breaking strategy permits Derry to shut again numbers and shut all channels.
Derry’s strikes have extra creativeness and function to maneuver ahead, with the Oak Leaf children crossing three clearings earlier than exiting the Cork mark by means of Sierra Chambers (0-2, one free) and center-back Odhron Crozier.
The defeated Ulster finalists simply waved the inexperienced flag at this promising begin, with Cork keeper Josh Woods brilliantly letting in Johnny McGuccan’s effort. His Derry teammate Eoin Higgins additionally had an opportunity within the half, with a corner-forward shot hit exhausting by a Cork defender.
Derry discovered house a lot simpler than their opponents within the opposing half, this distinctive characteristic of the primary half being arbitrarily repeated within the second interval.
: C Chambers (0-4, 0-2 frees); E Higgins (0-1 free), O Crozier (0-1 free, 0-1 ’45), O Murphy (0-2 every); S Birt, R Forbes (0-1 every).
B Hayes (0-3, 0-2 frees); C Gillespie (0-2); O’Donovan (0-1 every).
B O’Connor (Desert Martin); F McEldowney (Slotnell), E Scullian (Lavey), D McDermott (Glenn); J Murray (Magheralfelt), O Crozier (Magherafeld), S. Birt (Greenhlof); D McPeake (Ballinascreen), R Forbes (Ballinderry); C. Higgins (Magherafelt), O. Murphy (Dungiven), J. McGuccan (Glen); E. Higgins (Dungiven), C. Chambers (Bellagi), C. Spears (Magherafelt).
A Donnelly (Ballinascreen) for Higgins (54); C Downey (Lovey) Chambers (57); C Coil for Murphy (63) (slotnile)
J Woods (Valley Rovers); M O’Sullivan (Bantry Blues), C Molloy (Nemo Rangers), Ok McCarthy (Carrigaline); D O’Donovan (Bishopstown), G Dolly (Mallo), A Cullinane (Clonacility); C. Giori (Kilchshannig), C. Gillespie (Aghabullog); M Kelleher (Mallo), E. Myers (St. Abon), A. O’Connell (Kilshannig); B Hayes (Nemo Rangers), G Kearney (Kinsel), O’Donovan (Barryro).
NO Leary (Douglas) for O’Donovan, Kearney (38) O’Sullivan (Clonacility); B Osullivan (Adrigol) to Giori (44); Cullinane (48) for J Burke (Douglas); De Goff (Clonacility) for Kelleher (52).
P. Maguire (Longford).