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Cork Admirals 2nds Irish American Football DV8 Team Roster and Match Reports 2007

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ROI Final Standings DV8s

Republic of Ireland Teams
Cork Admirals 2nds (C)22007004
Edenderry Soldiers10100280
Dublin Dragons 2nds10100420
Craigavon Cowboys
Tallaght Outlaws 2nds
Edenderry 8s Christy Farrell Memorial Tournament Standings 2007 [Reference: 1-2]

2007 Dv8 Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
02.09.2007Edenderry Soldiers0Cork Admirals28
02.09.2007Cork Admirals42Dublin Dragons0
02.09.2007Cork AdmiralscTallaght Outlawsc
Edenderry 8s Christy Farrell Memorial Tournament Results 2007 [Reference: 1-2]

2 September 2009 – Christy Farrell Memorial Tournament

Edenderry Soldiers 0 Cork Admirals 26

The Edenderry Soldiers hosted the Christy Farrell Memorial Tournament in Edenderry Rugby Club, Co. Offaly. They were a new and developing team that were tested by the Cork Admirals 2nds, putting up a good fight before the Admirals took the lead, and eventually found the endzone on four occasions: Martin Mulrey, Alain Pezeron, Dave Barry and Ibrahim Khadra getting touchdowns. Running Back Keith O’Callaghan and Defensive Back Peter Lucey adding two-point conversions to make the final score 28-0.

At Edenderry Rugby ClubH1H2Total
Edenderry Soldiers0
Cork Admirals 2nds28
IAFL DV8s 2007 – Edendery Soldiers 0 Cork Admirals 2nds 28 Box-Score [Ref: 2]
CA2Martin Mulrey TD
CA2Alain Pezeron TD
CA2Dave Barry TD
CA2Ibrahim Khadra TD
CA2Keith O’Callaghan 2xpt
CA2Peter Lucey 2xpt
IAFL DV8s 2007 – Edendery Soldiers 0 Cork Admirals 2nds 28 Scorers [Ref: 2]

Cork Admirals 2nds 42 Dublin Dragons 0

The Cork Admirals 2nds outran the Dublin Dragons and a combination of balanced temperament and ability to take scoring opportunities saw them win comfortably 42-0. Martin Mulrey, Shame Galway and Ross McCullagh each scored a touchdown, but it was wide receiver Dave Barry that did most of the damage to the Dragons, as he found the endzone of three occasions. Martin Mulrey added a two-point conversion, and Shane Galway added two two-pointers as the Cork Admirals 2nds ran away with the match 42-0.

At Edenderry Rugby ClubH1H2Total
Cork Admirals 2nds42
Dulin Dragons 2nds0
IAFL DV8s 2007 – Cork Admirals 2nds 42 Dublin Dragons 2nds 0 Box-Score [Ref: 2]
CA2Martin Mulrey TD
CA2Shane Galway TD
CA2Ross McCullagh TD
CA2Dave Barry TD
CA2Dave Barry TD
CA2Dave Barry TD
CA2Martin Mulrey 2xpt
CA2Shane Galway 2xpt
CA2Shane Galway 2xpt
IAFL DV8s 2007 – Cork Admirals 2nds 42 Dublin Dragons 2nds 0 Box-Score [Ref: 2]

Season Report

Cork Admirals 2nds won the Christy Farrell Memorial Tournament on 2nd September 2007, held in Edenderry Rugby Club, Co. Offaly. They beat the Edenderry Soldiers 28-0 in the opening game and then defeated Dublin dragons 2nds 42-0. They were scheduled to take part in a third match against the Tallaght Outlaws 2nds but a combination of a serious injury to a player and the torrential rain making the playing surface unsafe led to the rest of the tournament being cancelled and the Admirals declared winners. Wide Receiver Dave Barry was the star for the Admirals, scoring a total of four touchdowns.

2007 Cork Admirals 2nds Dv8 Roster

Ciaran O’SullivanCoach
Rob Hennessey
Martin Mulrey
Peter Glavin
Shane Galway
Ibrahim Khadra
Keith O’CallaghanRunning Back
Dave BarryWide Receiver
Dave Lomansey
Alain Pezeron
Peter LuceyDefensive Back
Ross MCullagh
Cork Admirals 2nds DV8 Team Roster 2007 [Ref: 2]

2007 Cork Admirals 2nds Dv8 Scorers

Dave Barry4024
Shane Galway1210
Ibrahim Khadra106
Ross McCullagh106
Alain Pezeron106
Peter Lucey012
Keith O’Callaghan012
Cork Admirals 2nds DV8s Scorers 2007 [Ref: 2]


Internet Archive

[1] Irish American Football League | Wayback Machine (2007) Home | Edenderry 8’s Tournament [Internet[ Available from: [Accessed 27 March 2019]

Internet Archive

[2] Cork Admirals E-Teamz | Wayback Machine (2008) Cork Admirals News [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 6 June 2020]


[3] Irish American Football Association (2017) Admirals Logo [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 30 November 2018]


Thanks to Tim Leadingham, Tallaght Outlaws.

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 5 May 2019

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