U-16 ladies show com­mit­ment at tri­als

Bray People - - Sport -

IF COM­MIT­MENT counts any points to­wards the County Cham­pi­onship, the Wick­low U-16 girls will def­i­nitely get the top spot. The weather was very bad to­wards the week­end and last minute changes were made to move the tri­als from Ash­ford to Ark­low.

De­spite the late change and con­tin­u­ous bad weather, 34 girls from all over the county turned up and a fur­ther few were not able to at­tend due to other com­mit­ments. The or­gan­is­ers wish to thank Ark­low Geraldines for mak­ing their pitch avail­able at the last minute.

The play­ers and man­age­ment are hop­ing to build on their county suc- cess as the group will con­tain a num­ber of play­ers that won the U-14 Al­lIre­land ‘ B’ cham­pi­onship in 2007.

The se­lec­tors were pleas­antly sur­prised with the new tal­ent that showed up on the day and look for­ward to work with a group of tal­ented young play­ers.

The pitch con­di­tions did not al­low for much play­ing time and the team man­age­ment are plan­ning fur­ther train­ing ses­sions on Fe­bru­ary 15, March 1 and March 7 be­fore tak­ing on Kil­dare for the first match on the 14th of March. The play­ers and re­spec­tive clubs will be in­formed of the venues for train­ing.

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