Three soc­cer teams in ac­tion

Bray People - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

Last week­end saw three teams in ac­tion.

The U9s drew 3-3 with a strong Ark­low Town team in a clas­sic game of foot­ball on Satur­day.

Luke Ho­nan was in great form and he hit two with Bobby Free also hit­ting the back of the net.

This was a bril­liant all-round team per­for­mance with man­ager Andy Free do­ing his best to give all his large panel of play­ers a run but Daniel Mor­naghan and Ben Mor­gan stood out along with the gaol scor­ers.

The U10s had a vi­tal 2-0 win at home to Rath­new on Satur­day morn­ing to stay on top of their league.

This was a very even match with loads of one to one bat­tles in all po­si­tions but the Glens dug deep and came out on top.

Kieren Grif­fith scored both the goals in the first half with some lovely buildup play es­pe­cially on the sec­ond goal from the mid­field­ers com­bin­ing with the front men.

Charlie Ward played a stormer in be­tween the posts in the sec­ond half keep­ing out Rath­new as they poured for­ward look­ing for a way back in the game.

Well done to all of the twelve play­ers in­volved in this match, they all played their hearts out and sup­ported their team mates on and off the pitch!

The 11s were away to Rath­new and suf­fered a 4-1 de­feat.

Luke Kelly con­tin­ued his re­cent good form of late with another goal and he was best on the day along with Sam Mor­gan and Ro­han Byrne.

De­spite the de­feat, man­ager Karl Bradshaw was de­lighted with the ef­fort put in by the team against a side who are run­ning away with the league.

The se­niors had no game as their goal­keeper Stephen Pep­per was in the Wick­low League Squad for the Wick­low League clash v A.U.L in the Carlisle Grounds on Sun­day.

It is a great hon­our for the club that Stephen was se­lected and they are proud of the man they call ‘The Pepp’!

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