Weekend Results 10/11th October
A quiet enough weekend on our front which saw just 6 games over the weekend.
First up was our U10 boys who visited Killenagh, an entertaining game ensued with both sets of players thoroughly enjoying the occasion in nice conditions. A quick mention to manager Paul Burke who had to leave during the game as his wife went into labour!!! Best of luck to Paul and the new arrival!!
Our U10 girls played their first ever game in competition as they travelled to a very strong Curracloe side who had the advantage of a game under their belts. Though the result went against us our girls thoroughly enjoyed their first taste of the actiona nd this will stand to them as they move forward.
Our U12 boys travelled to Adamstown on Saturday and they met a very strong and physical Adamstown side. This team is still being moulded together after a few withdrawals over the summer but the results will soon come for the lads. Despite the result this team continues to impress with their work ethic and attitude.
On Sunday our Mens "A" welcomed Kilmore to Ounavarra Park. After a mid table finish and semi final appearence last year this team is looking to progress this season with a top half finish and cup run the aim. A tight battle ensued yesterday with our lads wastefull in front of goal and after a hard fought game took the points with a 2-1 win, which could have easily been 5 or 6-1. Stephen Maloney and Michael Kinsella got the goals.
Our Mens "B" welcomed Kilmore "B" directly after this and with players missing and injured were always up against it. Our lads won promotion last year and have found the going a bit tougher this time around, but with players to come back and getting adapted to the pace of the higher division, they should be able to progress up the table in no time. 2-0 to Kilmore in this after a blatant offside goal and an unfortunate own goal.
Finally, our Ladies fantastic start to the season to a hard blow Sunday as they travelled to Seaview United and lost out by 2-1. Despite the defeat the optimism is still high as 7 points from 4 games. 3 of which ahve been away, has put us in a strong position for the rest of the season.