Soc­cer Ac­tion

Bray People - - KILMACANOGUE -

AF­TER the two char­ity matches played over the Xmas pe­riod, it was back to the bread and but­ter stuff for Glen­cor­mac Se­nior team as they re­turned to league ac­tion at home to Conary United on Sun­day. This was a really tough game and Kevin Red­den's goal af­ter just 10 min­utes de­cided the is­sue. Although dom­i­nat­ing the game, Conary were al­ways dan­ger­ous on the break and it looked like “The Glens” might re­gret the chances missed and the two headed ef­forts from Andy Free and Mo Nolan that came off the cross­bar. How­ever, in a great ef­fort, the lads held on for 3 vi­tal league points with Paul Devlin, Kevin Red­den, Simon Doyle and Barry Fitz­patrick out­stand­ing. The team face an­other tough game at home to Ark­low out­fit Seav­iew next Sun­day morn­ing at 11-30 and sup­port would be really wel­comed. Af­ter­wards, the Liver­pool sup­port­ers among the squad will go down to the Glen­cor­mac Inn and hope that their 2nd favourite team, af­ter Glen­cor­mac United of course, can put up a re­spectable per­for­mance against Manch­ester United in the Premier­ship.

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