Soc­cer ac­tion

Bray People - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

Last week­end saw two teams in ac­tion. The U10s has a bat­tling 1-0 vic­tory on Sun­day morn­ing against a strong Cool­boy team. The Glens started the game on the front foot and should have been 2 or 3 up in the first 15 min­utes only for a very good Cool­boy goal keeper keep­ing out the front men. But the pres­sure paid off as Kieren Grif­fith, who played su­per through­out and was feel­ing un­well be­fore the match, played a great ball into the box for Shane Mer­ri­man who bat­tled his way through the de­fence to poke the ball into the net.

The sec­ond half seemed to last a lifetime as the Glens bat­tled hard to keep the op­po­si­tion out but hold out they did for a vi­tal win as clos­est ri­vals Wick­low Town also won the week­end. Well done to all eleven play­ers for giv­ing their all to get the three points and thanks to all the par­ents who trav­elled the long jour­ney.

A win at home to Wick­low Town next Satur­day at 11 a.m. and the ti­tle is Glen­cor­mac’s so please come out to support them on Satur­day and hope­fully wit­ness a lit­tle piece of his­tory for this bril­liant lit­tle team who have been tremen­dous through­out the sea­son.

The Se­niors fi­nally re­turned to ac­tion last Sun­day when they were at home to league lead­ers Seav­iew Wan­der­ers in a game cov­ered by the Bray Peo­ple.

Colm Nolan scored twice, the sec­ond a lovely fin­ish, to give the glens a 2-0 lead but Seav­iew hit back with two goals in the last 13 min­utes for a share of the spoils.

Colm had a great game through­out as did Paul Devlin and Ga­van Bar­ton, who made his de­but. They are at home again this Sun­day morn­ing and would wel­come support.

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