Bray People - - DIARY -

FOUR of the Glen­cor­mac United teams were in ac­tion last week­end. The U8s were away to Grey­stones and won 4-0. This was a strong per­for­mance from all of the squad this week with ev­ery­body play­ing well but the stars were Glen Brad­shaw in mid­field along side Alex Flynn and man of the match, Cian Hind. Eoin Cleary kept a clean sheet in goals with strong sup­port from Adam Gal­lagher, Tommy Mer­ri­man and Cian Duffy in de­fence. Cian Cahill played up front on his own and kept Grey­stones un­der pres­sure for the whole match and he got one of the goals along with Alex Flynn (1) and a brace from Cian Hinde. The 10’s had a great 5-0 win away to Avon­more in Rath­drum. This was a great team per­for­mance with Micheal Brady get­ting 4 goals and Ethan O’Ma­hony get­ting the other and they were best on the day along with Sean Red­den and Scott Drew. The 11s suf­fered a heavy de­feat to Ash­ford Rovers. Harry Waters capped a great per­for­mance with a goal and he was best along with re­li­able goal­keeper Stephen Mullery who came out of nets to go up front and al­most scored. The youths were due to travel to Granada in Clon­keen but the op­po­si­tion can­celled this fix­ture for the fourth time but the run­ner up spot is al­ready se­cured. The se­niors were at home to BBK United and suf­fered a 3-0 de­feat. This was a tighter game than the score­line sug­gests with glens un­lucky not to score on a few oc­ca­sions. Dean Kelly, Barry Fitz­patrick and Kevin Red­den were the best play­ers be­fore the later went off with a se­ri­ous knee in­jury. A re­minder to all man­agers that the monthly meet­ing takes place this Thurs­day night at 9 pm and you can check out the lat­est club news on www.glen­cor­ma­ for match re­ports and up to date in­for­ma­tion on the clubs ac­tiv­i­ties.

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