Bray People - - SPORT -

TWIT­TER came alive last wek­end dur­ing and af­ter the heavy de­feat in­flicted on the Wick­low Mi­nor foot­ballers by Meath in Na­van in the Le­in­ster Mi­nor foot­ball cham­pi­onship.

The fi­nal re­sult was tweeted - Wick­low GAA On­line @wick­low­gaa - Elec­tric Ire­land LMFC #gaa #thefu­ture Full time-Meath:3-18 (27) Wick­low:1-6( 9) - and was in­stantly fol­lowed by Micheal Kelly - @michealkelly76 - what an em­bar­rass­ment.

How­ever, some people were kinder with their words - Rob Walsh @roblouiswalsh - hard luck to Wick­low Mi­nors to­day! #gaa #mi­nor cham­pi­onship - but there were those who were in no mood for niceties - Sean Canna @mad­nad1234 - @roblouiswalsh @wick­low­gaa how can a hid­ing like that be hard luck, county board should hang their heads in shame.

But some had a sug­ges­tion of hope - Rob Walsh @roblouiswalsh - @mad­nad1234 @wick­low­gaa thank­fully some­thing is be­ing done about it. Show ur sup­port for new GCA by giv­ing €10/mon­th­http://Teamwick­

How­ever, teams at younger age groups fared much bet­ter over the weekend with the Wick­low un­der-16 and un­der-14 teams record­ing big wins over Wex­ford in Bal­li­nakill.

Tom Tay­lor - @soft­ware­tay­lor - @wick­low­gaa - Con­grats to Wick­low u16s who cruised to vic­tory against Wex­ford in Bal­li­nakill to­day. Fi­nal score 8-22 to 1-4.

There was won­der­ful suc­cess for Bray’s Pierce Sweeney who cap­tained the Read­ing FC U-21 team to Pre­mier League Cup glory by beat­ing Manch­ester City.

Bray Em­mets GAA Club - @BrayEm­mets - Well done @PierceSweeney1 on cap­tain­ing @ReadingFC to the U21 Pre­mier League Cup from all your friends @BrayEm­mets

Stay­ing in Bray Mon­day’s clash against Sham­rock Rovers prompted one Seag­ull star to an­nounce his enthusiasm for the game ahead.

IzzyAkoBaddo - @IzzyAk­i­nade10 - Game against sham­rock rovers later can't wait....... Great day for a game of ball.

Sadly the re­sult did not go the Bray side’s way. Fear not how­ever, the Bray club is still re­garded as at­trac­tive by a mul­ti­tude of people for var­i­ous rea­sons in­clud­ing com­puter games to name just one.

Tobs - @to­by_­moy - I would love to play for Bray Wan­der­ers in Ire­land, I have a spe­cial re­la­tion­ship with them de­vel­oped from FIFA.

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