As expected Michael Cusacks overcame the challenge of Liscannor in the intermediate football championship on Saturday and in doing so sealed second spot in their group and a place in the quarter finals of the championship.

Michael Cusacks 5-16
Liscannor 0-6
Venue: Hennessy Park, Miltown Malbay

Playing against the wind in the opening half, it took the Carron based outfit a while to get a grip on proceedings but goals from Aidan McNamara and Domhnall McMahon shortly before half time helped them to an eight point advantage, 2-6 to 0-4, at half time.

They went on to dominate the second half and further goals from McMahon, Joey Droney and Aidan Forde helped them seal a comfortable win and consign Liscannor to the relegation play off.

The win has moved Cusacks ahead of their neighbours and rivals Kilfenora in the group but both go through to the last eight along with the group winners and one of the competition favourites, Kildysart.

Michael Cusacks:
1: Shane Lee

2: John Fawle
3: Ruadhrti McMahon
4: Conor Fahy

5: Hugh Kelly
6: Danny O’Connor
7: Thomas Roche

8: Domhnall McMahon
9: Lorcan O’Grady

10: Seaghan Brosnan
11: Aidan McNamara
12: Pappy Taaffe

13: Joey Droney
14: Sean McNamara
15: Aidan Forde;

20: Ronan Monahan for Brosnan
22: Cathal Droney for Taaffe
18: Robert Hunt for Fawle
17: Shaun Naughton for H. Kelly.

1: Alan McDonagh

2: Cobhan Phillipson
3: Alan Canavan
4: Shane Canavan

5: Francesco Bonito
6: Brian Considine
7: Stephen Murray

8: Alan Clohessy
9: Brian Leyden

10: Kevin Scales
12: Robert Lucas
17: Cathal O’Gorman

13: Aidan Murray
14: Oisin Leyden
15: Daniel White;

16: Cian Guerin for Scales
20: Stephen Roche for White
25: Caoimhin Phillipson for McDonagh

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