Glanmire u10b v Bride Rovers u10
Glanmire u10b were back in action last Friday night with a game against a well organised Bride Rovers u10 team.The early minutes were very evenly contested until Glanmire won a free kick which Katie Walsh easily pointed.From there Glanmire never looked back and with further goals from Katie and Laura Scannell,Glanmire continued to dominate till half time.
Second half started with Bride Rovers fighting tooth and nail to get back into the match and scored a fine goal to give them some heart.
Score of the night came from Lauren Daly who side stepped her marker before powerfully driving the ball into the rovers net and with further scores from Orlaith Walsh,Glanmire were well in control.
Special mention for praise on the night were Keelin Hegarty,Ellen O Callaghan,Jensen Marah and Nessa Treacy.
Glanmire u 10 b v Rockban u10
In a fantastic advertisement for ladies football two teams served up a wonderful game of football.Both sides played with tremendous skill and passion on a lovely evening in the pike with the Glanmire girls running out eventual winners.Both teams were evenly matched but the difference came from the beautiful foot of Aoife Treacy who scored two fine points just when Glanmire needed it.Rockban had taken the lead with two fine goals and it looked all over for the Glanmire girls,they dug deep and found that bounce back ability,Goals win matches and up stepped Orlaith Walsh and Lucy Lynch with two of the best.
Both teams out on their feet at the very end.
On the night Glanmire had standout performances all over the pitch but special mention must go to Nessa Tracey who was exceptional and was well supported in defence by Aisling Desmond,Gillian O Connor,Keelin Hegarty and Sarah Coleman.
U-12 “A” team played their 9thleague game on Monday evening last against Delaney’s.
On a beautiful evening for football, Glanmire dominated the match from the off with a determined attitude. The team got a flying start with a goal and a number of points in the first few minutes and they never looked back. Some great skills were on display from all players in every position. All the hard work at training is now showing, with some super game skills on display. We had 21 players available for selection and each player had a part to play in this game. On the night the Glanmire girls were the more experienced team and went on to win the game. Well done to Delaney’s for playing their part in a very sporting game. The game was well refereed by Claire Murphy. We have two games remaining in our league programme and these games will be scheduled over the coming weeks.
Our U 14 A team had a great win in their league final, defeating Inch Rovers on a score line of 5-04 to 3-06 Another good game for this team, a very talented bunch.