Soc­cer ac­tion

Bray People - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

The un­der-8s trav­elled to Avonmore a played a series of games with 24 goals net­ted be­tween the teams on the day. It was a magic day for young Jamie Guerin, grand­son of the leg­endary Peter Guerin as he net­ted a per­sonal haul of eight goals and he was the star man on the day for the Glens in a great all round team dis­play.

The 9s trav­elled to Carnew on Satur­day morn­ing and found the go­ing a bit tough against a very strong Carnew side but ev­ery­one played played re­ally well and never gave up.

There was a very happy Glen­cor­mac un­der-10s man­ager this week­end as Alan Con­don was de­lighted with his teams great win over Ark­low where ev­ery­one played re­ally well.

The un­der-11s were at home to Ash­ford and were very un­lucky to fin­ish on the wrong end of a 1-0 score­line. They cre­ated nu­mer­ous chances but just could not find the back of the net.

The se­nior team were at home to Sham­rock Celtic on Sun­day af­ter­noon and kept up their re­cent run of good form with a 1-0 win. This was a re­ally tight af­fair and took some­thing spe­cial to break the dead­lock which Mark De­lahunty pro­vided with a great run and strike which re­bounded off the bar and Ben Cal­laghan fol­lowed up to force the ball over the line. Luke Cal­laghan and Si­mon Doyle were best on the day in a re­ally good team per­for­mance.

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