Soc­cer ac­tion

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The un­der-13 b team had a great re­sult with an­other clean sheet for the lads who played great foot­ball from the off. Ciaran But­ler start­ing it off in the 10th minute, Quinn Reid scored shortly af­ter and then Stephen O’Rourke had the third goal. Danny O’Rourke slot­ted an­other in just be­fore half time. Se­cond half started slowly but Harry Nolan got his first goal of the sea­son to fin­ish win­ners 5- 0.

Bless­ing­ton un­der-12s played a great game last Satur­day v Lu­can Utd. Bless­ing­ton play­ing against the wind in the first half bat­tled well to keep the score 0-0 at half time with some great de­fend­ing. The se­cond half of the game was a dif­fer­ent match with the wind at their backs and Bless­ing­ton took full ad­van­tage with a thundering vol­ley from Jamie O’Toole to go 1-0 up. Paddy Mur­ray then got on the score­sheet af­ter be­ing put through on goal and fin­ished well with an­other bel­ter in the top cor­ner. Daniel Smith scored a crack­ing third goal shortly af­ter on his debut hit­ting a well struck shot high into the top cor­ner. The home team tried to get back into the game and had a few good chances but couldn’t find the net and Bless­ing­ton held out for their well earned win. Fi­nal score Lu­can Utd 0 Bless­ing­ton 3.

The un­der-13 girls had an­other amaz­ing per­for­mance from the girls

in Knock­lyon. They came up against a newly set up team like them­selves and came out win­ners. It re­ally shows how far we have come in just a few weeks. Some amaz­ing team play and some amaz­ing solo goals.

They got their first win in style and have scored 18 goals in the first three games. The club is su­per proud of every­one of them. The goals came from Ella Richard­son, Robyn Brennan, Leah Richard­son and sum­mer Olu­sanya. Too hard to pick a player of the match as every­one was bril­liant. Look­ing for­ward to the next game.

Bless­ing­ton GAA Un­der 15s en­joy­ing their day out at the Zip Line at The Avon.

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