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The 12s had a great 2-0 win over Ash­ford to clinch a Shield Fi­nal­ist spot. Ro­han Byrne got the first via a penalty to see Glens lead at the break be­fore an own goal sealed the vic­tory fol­low­ing a Luke Kelly cross in the sec­ond half. This An­other great team dis­play from all the lads to put them into the shield fi­nal against Carnew.

The record in the shield was Played seven, Won five, Drew one and Lost one, ac­cu­mu­lat­ing 16Pts with one game to play at home to their fi­nal­ist op­po­si­tion Carnew which will prob­a­bly not need to be played now as it is im­ma­te­rial. Con­grat­u­la­tions to the en­tire squad and also to man­ager Karl Brad­shaw who trav­els from Gorey to train, man­age the team and even mark the pitch for games and has put so much ef­fort in to the team for the kids en­joy­ment as Glen­cor­mac find it very dif­fi­cult to keep pan­els to­gether af­ter un­der-11s age group, well done ‘The Brad’ and panel.

The Se­niors were away to Ark­low Celtic and lost 8-3. It was a very tight af­fair in the first half and the Glens should have gone 3-3 all at the break but Dean McCor­ma­cks shot came back ag­o­nis­ingly off the post in the dy­ing sec­onds. How­ever, the de­fence fell asleep in the sec­ond half and con­ceded a fur­ther five goals with­out re­ply. Si­mon Deady hit a ha­trick and was best on the day.

The un­der-11s face two fi­nals this week. They played Grey­stones at home in the Shield Fi­nal on Tues­day night (24th, re­sult too late for this page) and face the same op­po­si­tion this Satur­day at 2 p.m. in Grey­stones. Sup­port for them would be very wel­come. SOC­CER SUM­MER CAMP: The an­nual Glen­cor­mac United FC Soc­cer sum­mer camp for girls and boys from four to 14 will be hap­pen­ing again from Mon­day, July 4, to Fri­day, July 8, at Ry­ders Field. The cost is €50 for first child, €80 for two and €110 for a fam­ily of 3. The Camp will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. In order to get num­bers and reg­is­ter, can you please book your child in ei­ther by the clubs Face­book page or ring Paul Pren­der­gast at 086 8237892.

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