Ark­low look in ex­cel­lent shape

Bray People - - Sport -

U-17 YOUTH Ark­low Town 6, Grey­stones United A 2: Grey­stones suf­fered the taste of de­feat for the first time this sea­son and it was all thanks to Ark­low, who could po­ten­tially dom­i­nate this age group again just as they did so im­pres­sively last year.

St. An­thony’s 9, Grey­stones United B 4: Grey­stones United B suf­fered their sec­ond suc­ces­sive last Satur­day, this time at the hands of St. An­thony’s in what was a very high scor­ing game.

The Kil­coole out­fit were just one goal short of hit­ting dou­ble fig­ures and got off to a winning start in the league thanks to Shane Keogh’s tre­ble, Brian Ma­her’s brace and in­di­vid­ual ef­forts from Mat Gil­bert, Matthew Ward, Kevin Chap­man and Caomhain Laoide Kemp.

St. Pa­trick’s 2, Rath­new AFC 7: Rath­new got their U-17 cam­paign off to a good start with this con­vinc­ing score-line and the three points.

Conor O’Leary and Pa­trick Kennedy both found the net for the home side but the vis­i­tors got the three points thanks to a fan­tas­tic four goal haul from Jody Mer­ri­gan and in­di­vid­ual strikes from Dean Mooney, Shane Healy and the hard­est work­ing man in foot­ball; James Brown.

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