Soc­cer action

Bray People - - Kilmacanoguediary -

THE OVERNIGHT frost saw some fix­tures fall by the way­side last week­end.

The U8s were at home to Avon­dale who failed to show and rang 3 min­utes be­fore kick off. The 10s were away to Round­wood and fol­low­ing a pitch in­spec­tion, was called off. The 12s faced Aughrim at home and staged a great rally near the end to come from 2 down to snatch a draw.

Josh Drew was the star of the show, firstly been taken down for the penalty which Paddy O’Don­nell coolly slot­ted away and then set­ting up Jamie Har­vey for the equaliser.

The whole team played very well on the day.

The 13s were away to St. An­thony’s on Satur­day and played out a trilling 1-1 draw. Niall King gave the glens the lead and also saw a late free kick come back off the bar. This was an end to end game and the whole team put in a great ef­fort but goal­keeper Gra­ham ‘Dewey’ Daly de­serves spe­cial praise.

The 16s were away to En­niskerry and trav­elled but the ref­eree de­cided (and rightly so in the in­ter­est of the play­ers safety) to call off the match.

Al­though most of the pitch was playable, the goal­mouths were frozen solid. The Youth team had no match but mem­bers would like to wish Bob O’Don­nell a happy 18th birth­day as he turned 18 last week­end.

The se­niors game with New­town was sur­pris­ingly called off on Satur­day evening de­spite the game been pen­cilled in for Sun­day af­ter­noon.

Well done to Ian Mor­ris who played on the County Wick­low Youth team on Satur­day in their 6-2 win over Kil­dare.

Ian played right full and gave a very good dis­play of which his club are very proud. Well done Ian.

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