Raymond and Cox inspire Calry-St Joseph’s

Calry-St Joseph’s 5-13 Coolera-Strandhill 0-06
Inspired by midfielders Ronan Cox and Keith Raymond — who hit 2-2 and 0-7 respectively — Calry-St Joseph’s easily retained their Sligo SHC title at Markievicz Park on Saturday.

The champions led 2-8 to 0-4 at the interval before goals from Cox, David Colleary and Kevin Gilmartin completed the rout.

CALRY-ST JOSEPH’S: C Madden, F Keown (0-1), M Larkin, N Tracey, F Coyne, L Reidy, J Kenny, R Cox (2-2), K Raymond (0-7, 5f, 1 ‘65’), C Griffin, D Cox, K Gilmartin (0-1), D Keown (0-1), D Colleary (2-0), E McCarthy (0-1)

Subs: B McArdle for D Cox 50; N McDermott for M Larkin 53; E Doherty for D Keown 58; C Maguire for N Tracey 60; S Martyn for D Colleary 60

COOLERA-STRANDHILL: K Kelly, C Burke, C Murphy, M O’Reilly, V Cadden, S O’Rourke, N O’Rourke, N Cadden, C Brenan, G Cadden (0-4, 1f), E Flanagan (0-1), C Gillen, C Scanlon, N Murphy, B Tobin

Subs: D Tobin for C Gillen, h-t; D Burke (0-1) for B Tobin, ht; C Parke for C Scanlon, 36; C Burns for D Tobin, 50; J Porter for V Cadden, 57

Referee: Malachy Maher.

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