Char­ity matches

Bray People - - Kilmacanogue Diary -

THE TWO Char­ity matches run by Glen­cor­mac United F.C. will took place last Sun­day. The first game saw the coaches take on the U16 team for the Joe Mol­loy Memo­rial Shield.

The coaches took the lead through an An­drew Mol­loy strike but fit­ness (or lack of it) took its toll and the young guns ran out 4-1 win­ners.

Sean Con­roy had an out­stand­ing game for the coaches on the day.

It is not sure if the coaches will be lodg­ing a protest as both Em­mett Burke and Eoin Far­rell from the Youth team were key mem­bers of this victory.

The game was fol­lowed by the se­nior team v the Youth Team for the Benny Fin­nerty memo­rial Cup. This was a trilling game of foot­ball and with ten min­utes to go, the youths led 2-1.

How­ever, three late goals saw the Se­nior team win out in a 4-2 win. Any­one that at­tended the game will be aware of how good this youth team is and hope­fully they will bring sil­ver­ware to the club in 2009.

A huge thank you to the play­ers and sup­port­ers for their do­na­tions on the day and €480 will be di­vided equally for the Ir­ish Heart Foun­da­tion and Bray Can­cer Sup­port.

Also, a big thank you to the ref­eree on the day, Dom­inque Lachaussee, who of­fi­ci­ated at both games in the ab­sence of reg­u­lar ref­eree Thoms ‘Tucker’ Dowl­ing who was not avail­able this year and all at Glen­cor­mac United wish him a speedy re­cov­ery.

Both the play­ers and com­mit­tee of Glen­cor­mac United would like to wish you and your fam­i­lies a won­der­ful and a happy New Year and the club would once again like to thank you all for the great sup­port it re­ceived from the com­mu­nity over the past year.

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