YOUTH REVIEW - Part 2

  • Wed, Mar 18, 2009 @ 9:16

11's BOUNCE BACK
Having suffered a 2-0 defeat against Ballyfermot the weekend before, St Patrick's Under 11's bounced back this weekend beating Leixlip United.

Cian Callaghan netted the first following great play down the Leixlip right and Dillon Cogan secured the 2-0 win following a quick break.

13's OUT IN FRONT
Christy O'Sullivan's Under 13's maintain top spot in their division with convincing wins in recent weeks.

Mullingar Athletic suffered a 6-0 defeat the weekend before last while recent visitors Phoenix went down 5-0 with goals from Mark Stanford with two, Daniel Peppard, Lee O'Sullivan and Luke Byrne.

The win keeps the 13's in pole postion for promotion.

14's BYRNEING A BLAZING TRAIL
The 14's are level on games and points with St Malachy's at top of their division. So when the two sides met... would something give?

The answer... it is as you were. In a game dominated by a strong wind it ended all square at one all. With time ebbing away Eoin Byrne's long range free kick found the back of the net to equalise for the Saints and earn a deserved point.

Another top of the table clash this weekend with Ballyoulster United saw the 14's play some of their best foootball this season as Pats carved out a tremendous 2-0 win away from home.

Kiefer Byrne's sublime left foot free kick wih 15 minutes to go capped an inspirational performance from the midfielder. Michael Delaney sealed the win finishing good work from Gary Molloy and Gareth Byrne who fashioned the cross for Delaney to convert.





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Cork City / October 20th @ 7:45pm
Competition: League
Venue: Richmond Park

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