FINALLY a break in the weather saw most teams return to action last weekend. The 8s faced a very strong Ardmore side and lost out on a 5-1 score line. Trailing 4-0 at half time, the glens put in a very good 2nd half display and were rewarded with an Oscar Wainright Smith goal. Sean Redden had a fantastic game in midfield while Jamie Byrne marshalled the defence very well. The 10s were at home to St. Fergals in the cup and recorded an empathic 7-0 victory.
Aaron Fitzpatrick and Luke O’Sullivan both hit a brace with further strikes by James Cahill, Stephen Cahill and Adam Mullery in a great team display. The 13s were at home to Carnew and suffered a 6-2 defeat to the league leaders. Aaron Cahill and Peter Conroy got the goals for a depleted Glencormac team due to holidays and illness. Peter Conroy and Jamie Harvey had very good games in this one.
The 16s were at home to Avonmore in the Cup and lost 5-4 on penalties after it finished 2-2 after normal and extra time. Ryan Hannon and Jason Clancy got the goals in a good game of football with Mattie McCann, Nathan Cardin, Gavin Burke and Jason outstanding in a good team performance. The Youths faced Newtown at home in the semi final of the Youth Cup and after forcing the game into extra time, they went asleep and suffered a 52 defeat. Twice glens trailed in normal time but hit back through Dan Kelly and a last minute goal by Gavan Barton but some sloppy defending in extra time cost the glens a place in the final. Ian Morris had a great game for the glens along with Gavan Barton and Bob O’Donnell. A big thanks to Paul Daly who had the pitch roped off as per semi-final rules. The seniors played Rathnew on Tuesday night under lights in the semi final of the Clarkes Fuels Cup (result not available)