Soc­cer ac­tion

Bray People - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

The un­der-13s were away to Ash­ford Rovers in the un­der-13 Premier two league and lost out on a 4-1 score line. The Glens took the lead af­ter about 10 Mins with a cracker of a vol­ley from well out the field from John Fox af­ter their keeper kicked the ball out and John met it on the vol­ley to place it back over his head. Glens con­tin­ued to be the bet­ter team in the first half but con­ceded an equaliser just be­fore half time. In the sec­ond half, it went down­hill how­ever and Ash­ford fully de­served their win. This Sun­day morn­ing the team have an im­por­tant cup quar­ter fi­nal at home to Ark­low Town so hope­fully they can get back to win­ning ways. Sup­port for the team would be wel­comed.

The se­niors were at home to St Fer­gal’s on Sun­day and recorded an im­pres­sive 5-1 vic­tory. This was per­haps the best dis­play of the sea­son with ev­ery­one up for the fight and bat­tling for ev­ery ball. James De­lahunty scored early on and then, Ben Cal­laghan made it two just be­fore the break. James got his sec­ond and Glens third goal fin­ish­ing off a nice move be­fore Fer­gals pulled one back. How­ever, two sec­ond half sub­sti­tutes Sam Kerr and Dave Kelly sealed a great win for the team.

Gareth Power re­ceives the Kil­macanogue GAA Clubper­son of the Year Award for 2016 from Kevin Mol­loy at the club’s AGM in the Glen­view Ho­tel on Fri­day last.

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