ONLY one of the Glencormac United teams was in action last weekend. The Youths faced a local derby in the semi final of the cup and set up a final appearance with a hard earned 3-2 win. Alan Pyke gave the glens a first half lead but sloppy defending throughout the first half saw Newtown deserve to level matters by the break. Luke McManus magnificent lob saw glens take the lead again but failure to clear their lines late on saw Newtown equalize once again. However, Luke took a speculative shot on the stroke of fulltime which took a kind bounce and finished up in the back of the net. This was by no means a great display by the glens with Danny Hayes and Paddy Tunney best and they will need to raise their game tenfold if they are to have any chance of beating Arklow Town in the final. Arklow remain unbeaten in 10 years in Wicklow’s domestic soccer but on the day, you never know what could happen. On a sadder note, the club would like to send their condolences to the family of the late Peter Donnelly. When the glens first tried to get football teams started at juvenile level, it was Peter who brought over from Liverpool nets and football gear he had from his coaching days and he was delighted to see the young teams go from strength to strength afterwards. May his Soul Rest in Peace. You can check out the latest club news on www.glencormacfc.com for match reports and up to date information on the clubs activities.