Granemore 0-10 St Peter’s 0-10
Granemore and St Peter’s finished all square on Saturday evening as the sides couldn’t be separated after 60 minutes.
The lead changed hands numerous times throughout the second period, but in the end, a draw as a fair result.
Niall McConville looked to have edged it for St Peter’s on the 59th minute, but there was one chance left.
A long ball in was brilliantly captured by Brendan Boylan, who was fouled. Louis Hughes stepped up to tap over the free and earn his side a draw.
It looked unlikely for large parts of the first half as the travelling side controlled most of the possession.
They couldn’t make it count on the scoreboard however and two McConville frees had them 2-0 ahead.
It took Granemore 28 minutes to open their account, but they hit form at the right time to take the lead at the break.
Cathal O’Hare and Marty Carr pointed to tie things up while Karl McQuaid gave the hosts a 3-2 lead at half time.
St Peter’s levelled matters almost instantly through Gavin McCormack before Oisin Ginesi put them ahead.
Hughes, Granemore’s top scorer on the night with 0-6, tied things up again with his first score of the evening.
The two sharpshooters on show, McConville and Hughes traded scores, as did Ryan Kelly and Kieran Toner.
Hughes nudged Granemore ahead for just the second time, but his score was cancelled out by Emmet Haughian.
McCormack nailed a left footed score but, in the point-for-point nature of the second half, Hughes replied for Granemore.
Hughes and McConville claimed two points apiece in the final few minutes before the final whistle sounded.
St Peter’s, following their heavy defeat to Clann Eireann, will be delighted with the point while Granemore keep their unbeaten run intact.