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Last Updated: Sunday, 20 May 2007, 15:08 GMT 16:08 UK
C'watch: Down 0-15 0-11 Cavan
Updates from Sunday's Bank of Ireland Ulster Football Championship game between Down and Cavan. Refresh for latest updates.

Full-time: The referee blows up and Down progress to the quarter-finals of the Ulster SFC.

1752: Down 0-15 0-11 Cavan Gerald Pierson scores a consolation point for Cavan.

1749: Down 0-15 0-10 Cavan Daniel Hughes scores with a brilliant left-foot effort and then McComiskey rattles over his second point.

1747: Down 0-13 0-10 Cavan Kevin McGuigan slots over a free to give Down some breathing space as 14-man Cavan start to wilt.

1745: Down 0-12 0-10 Cavan Substitute Paul McComiskey fires over a point after replacing Aidan Carr for the second week in a row and then Hughes gives his side a two-point cushion.

1742: Down 0-10 0-10 Cavan Anthony Forde gets in on the act with a point to equalise once again.

1738: Down 0-10 0-09 Cavan McCabe is on target again to keep the Breffnimen in touch.

1737: Down 0-10 0-08 Cavan Down captain Declan Rooney gets on the scoresheet for the first time to leave his side with a two-point advantage.

1735: Down 0-09 0-08 Cavan Dermot McCabe fires over a free but Stephen Kearney notches his second point to keep the Mournemnen ahead.

1731: Down 0-08 0-07 Cavan Sean Brady reduces his side's deficit to a point.

1726: Down 0-08 0-06 Cavan Down move two points ahead for the first time since early in the game as Stephen Kearney, who replaced McGovern, fists the ball over the bar.

1719: Down 0-07 0-06 Cavan Aidan Carr gives the Mourne county the lead again after Reilly does well to deny Benny Coulter's goalbound effort.

1717: Down 0-06 0-06 Cavan Seanie Johnston scores his second point of the game to restore parity once again and Michael Lyng's return to action ends in disappointment as he is sent-off for a second yellow card.

1715: Down 0-06 0-05 Cavan Dan Gordon knocks over the opening point of the second half.

1658: The teams go in level at 0-5 each at the interval

1655: Down 0-05 0-05 Cavan Dermot McCabe records his third point of the game with a free to bring the sides level again.

1654: Down 0-05 0-04 Cavan Paul Murphy scores his first point of the Championship and Daniel Hughes slots the ball between the posts to edge Down in front again.

1652: Down 0-03 0-04 Cavan Seanie Johnston completes the best move of the day by scoring a point to put Cavan ahead for the first time.

1649: Down 0-03 0-03 Cavan Larry Reilly registers his first point of the game to bring the sides level but goals look unlikely to come from either side.

1646: Down 0-03 0-02 Cavan Cavan score their first point of the game with a Dermot McCabe free and he soon adds another to bring the Mournemen to within a point.

1642: Down 0-03 0-00 Cavan Ronan Murtagh, the man who secured an equalising point for Down in the first match, scores an excellent point from far out on the right.

1629: Down 0-02 0-00 Cavan Down add to their tally with another point by McGovern.

1627: Down 0-01 0-00 Cavan James McGovern slots over a point to give Down an early lead and register the first point at the new Pairc Esler.

1620: The game is delayed and throw-in takes place five minutes late.


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