FIVE of the Glencormac United teams were in action last weekend. The 8s were away to Enniskerry on Sunday morning and played a bit better than the 6-0 defeat suggests. They never gave up and battled to the end against a very good Enniskerry team. The 9s were away to Greystones and got away to a great start with an early goal closely followed by a second from Sean Clarke. Brian Glass was very unlucky not to make it onto the score sheet also but he never gave up trying. At the other end, goalkeeper Charlie Jones pulled off some great saves, denying Greystones of a goal. Craig Conroy and Adam Bushe were on fine tackling form and along with Laura O’Toole, Kevin Bushe, Mark Redden, Patrick O’Toole and Alison Cahill, this team provided the supporters with a great game. Many thanks go to Greystones manager George Coffey and his side as it is always a pleasure to play against such a sporting team. The Under 10s had a very impressive 11-0 win over Ardmore Rovers B. This was a great team performance from the entire panel. Ethan O’ Mahony got 6 goals, Micheal Brady 2 with Aaron Bradshaw (1), Rory Friel (1) and even Stephen “Van der Sar’ Flynn coming out of goals to get a grab a great goal in a fantastic win. The U11s panel was hit by illness and unable to travel to Avonmore. The youths finally got a game in 2011 when they faced Wicklow Rovers at home and they were certainly very rusty in their 3-2 win. Glens conceded in the 1st minute but hit back to lead 2-1 via two goals from Cian McGoldrick before Rovers levelled it before the break. The 2nd half could have gone either way but Cian popped up again late on to give the glens all three points. Cian was by far the outstanding player on view with Daniel Hayes and Simon Grant also in good form. The seniors were at home to Arklow United and were very poor in a 6-1 defeat. They trailed 4-0 at the break thanks to some shocking defending and although Kevin Redden pulled one back early with a bullet like header, glens conceded two more. Dean Kelly, Stephen Morgan and Kevin Redden were the only players who could be happy with this one. As with the Gaa panel, it seems some lads don’t feel the need to train but after this performance, THEY DO!! You can check out the latest club news on www.glencormacfc.com for match reports and up to date information on the clubs activities.