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.