That was interesting. I'm no pundit, but it seemed Kelleher was playing second fiddle to the other centre halves, which makes sense. As far as I know he didn't make any glaring errors but I stand to be corrected.
What I liked was that he got annoyed after Charlie scored the winner and spent the last ten minutes making runs towards the penalty area and putting some pretty good forward balls in. Unfortunately their no 9 was too s**t and knackered to do anything with them, with one particularly spectacular miss one-on-one from a Kelleher though ball.
Miles Welch-Hayes looked good - one that got away perhaps?
Finally, very nice to see Charlie and Fiacre having a chat and a hug at the end.