THE heavy rain Friday saw some fixtures again fall by the wayside last weekend. The U9s faced Enniskerry at home and put in a good display before going down 4-0. It was 10 at half time but the young glens faded away near the end.
Manager Sean Conroy has one more game v Greystones this weekend before his contract is up for review, so go for it Sean! The 10s were away to Arklow and kept up their recent good form of late with a 4-0 win.
All the goals came in the 1st half with Gavan Maher (2), Aaron Fitzpatrick and Luke O’Sullivan all netting in what was a great team performance.
The 13s faced Enniskerry away and drew 33 in a great game football. The Glens started with nine players but fell behind 1-0 midway through the first half. Either manager Paul Daly gave them Red Bull at half time or gave some talk because the 2nd half saw glens rush into a 2-1 lead through Stephen Kirwin and Aaron Cahill.
Then it was Enniskerry’s turn to score twice but Stephen Kirwin coolly slotted in an equalizer with virtually the last kick of the game. Marcus Rafferty, Peter Conroy and Stephen were the star performers in a great game of football.
The seniors faced Roundwood away in the Wicklow Cup 1st Round and suffered a 5-3 defeat. The glens did not play well in this one and found themselves trailing 3-1 with 15 minutes remaining.
However, when Mick Rooney and Mick Molloy netted to level matters, there seemed to be only one winner.
The Glens piled on the pressure but could not get the winner.
They had the better of the first period of extra time but Roundwood scored and then the referee took centre stage with a silly dismissal of a glencormac player spoiling any chance of a comeback.
Dean Byrne got the other goal but this game was lost with the poor first half performance.