Éire Óg got the stronger start going up two points but with strong running from Niall Moloney and Eoin Power, Broadford (SOB) went level. Niall scoring a brace and Eoin 1.
The mid-field was a strongly contested area with strong challenges put in by Goose, Niall O' Brien and in wing-forward by Jamie Butler. The Éire Óg forwards were well shepherded for long periods by James Vaughan, Cian Mulqueen and Éanna McNamara. Cian catching some incredible ball out of the sky in both halves. The first half sparked into life when Eoin Power caught a long-range free from Niall O' Brien and smashed it into the net. Broadford (SOB) kept the score ticking over in the first half with the dependable free-taking of J.C. McMahon. It was pretty much level at half-time even though Broadford (SOB) had been below par in stages.
Éire Óg started the stronger in the second-half and went ahead by a few points. It was however the immense defensive work by the likes of Mike Gough that kept the scores down. Gough storming out of defence on numerous occasions to the cheers of the sizeable Broadford (SOB) crowd. Points from J.C. McMahon and Niall O' Brien kept the score board ticking over but a fortunate goal from the opposition looked like it might not be Broadford (SOB)'s day. It shows however the character of this young team that after going four points down with not much time on the clock, they battled to go level again. Cian Cremins and Eoin Power winning the 'dirty ball' to give serious scoring changes to the full-forward line. At this stage it looked like Broadford (SOB) might get the winner but it was a swift Éire Óg break that gifted them a goal after a great save from Paddy Donnelan that proved to be the winning score.
All credit must be given to this young team who have displayed their bravery, skill and 'never say die' attitude this year. Thanks to the parents for their excellent support at each match. A special mention must go to the coaches who have truly developed this team this year.