ALL OF The Glencormac United teams were in action over the weekend. Pride of place must go to the Senior team who beat Newtown United A in the semi-final of the Charlie Bishop Cup, 2-0.
The Glens were under pressure from the off against the current Wicklow Cup and Premier championships but battled for every ball and created a few chances of their own but it remained 0-0 at the break. Five minutes into the second period, Colm “Mo” Nolan got his head to a corner at the back post and placed it in the corner of the net. Newtown rallied and continued to pile on the pressure but found keeper Stephen Pepper and the defence in superb form.
On the 70th minute, Andy Free took a free and it sailed into the net and the large home support could sense a shock was on the card.
Shane Vickers then missed a great chance to make it three but it finished 2-0 and the Glens can prepare for another final.
It would be unfair (and impossible) to pick out the best players as everyone was excellent but what an effort by team captain Paul Devlin to play 45 minutes as he could barely walk last Tuesday due to back spasm,