FOUR OF the soccer teams were in action last weekend. The Under-8s had a great 2-0 win away to Arklow Town on Saturday. Sean Clarke was the hero, scoring both goals in a great team performance.
The young Glens were under a lot of pressure in this one but hit Arklow with two great counter attacks to win the game. Alison Cahill, Craig Conroy and goalkeeper Cian Cahill were excellent along with Sean.
The Under-9s were away to St. Peters in Bray and suffered a 4-0 defeat. While Peters were the better team, how a goal can be awarded 2 minutes after its scored astonished parents present and Glencormac were not happy with the overall general sense of fair play.
However, the team showed great commitment throughout with Oscar Wainright Smith, Aaron Bradshaw and Jamie Byrne all in great form.
The Under-10s had a fantastic 3-0 win over Greystones. Manager Sean Conroy received a vote of confidence at the recent monthly managers meeting to extend his contract until the end of the season and his team responded on the day.
Marcus Lennon, Michael Brady and Greg Doyle all hit the back of the net with Conor Devlin, Amy Greene and goalie Stephen ‘Van Der Sar’ Mullery excellent in a great team effort.
The Under-13s gave Ardmore Rovers a walkover and must apologise to Ardmore for the fixture mix up.
The seniors were at home to Enniskerry in a real local derby where the glens conceded a late goal to lose 3-2. Glens found themselves 20 down early on but fought back to 2-2 at the break through strikes from Ian and Paul Devlin. Kevin Redden went very close to winning it before Enniskerry’s hotly disputed winner but good luck to Enniskerry now in their quest for the Division One title. Patrick Harvey, Ian Morris, Paul Devlin and Stephen Morgan were the best on the day. The club have just re-launched their website under a different administrator and can be viewed on www.glencormacfc.com .