Soc­cer action

Bray People - - Kilmacanogue Diary -

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)

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