Soc­cer round-up

Bray People - - Kilmacanogue Diary -

MOST TEAMS in action last week­end and a mixed set of re­sults to re­port. The un­der-8s were at home to Rath­new and re­versed last weeks de­feat to the same op­po­si­tion with a 3-0 victory.

Os­car Wain­right Smith got a ha­trick in­clud­ing a bril­liant in­di­vid­ual goal for his third and he was out­stand­ing in a good team dis­play.

The Un­der-9s were at home to Aughrim and suf­fered a heavy de­feat. How­ever, it was a score­less sec­ond half and great credit to the team for not let­ting their heads drop, keep it go­ing.

The Un­der-10s suf­fered their first de­feat of the sea­son with a 2-1 de­feat away to Wick­low Rovers. Ga­van Ma­her got the goal with Luke O’Sul­li­van and Dar­ragh Mans­field the best play­ers.

The Un­der-12s were at home to Ash­ford and suf­fered a 4-0 de­feat. Josh Drew and Jamie Har­vey were the top play­ers in what was a dis­ap­point­ing per­for­mance.

The Un­der-13s were at home to Wolfe Tone and were un­lucky to lose out on a 1-0 score­line. The glens played well in a good match in blus­tery con­di­tions and tried all they could for an equal­izer that just would not come.

The Youths were at home to En­niskerry and won 4-1. Alan Har­ris hit a ha­trick with Conor Power also on the score­sheet. Keeper Paul Crowe had an out­stand­ing game in a great all round team per­for­mance.

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