Brideview Utd. 13/11/2017
- Published: 13 November 2017
Brideview Utd. Schoolboy/Girl
A Hat trick for McGrath
Eoin McGrath scored a hat trick for Utd. in thier local derby game against neighbours Lismore. as we rise from the bed today we are still living the dream of going to Russia.
this comming weekend will see some locals heading to Cork to do the referees course, which should solve some of the leagues problems.
Many locals lucky enough to have tickets will have mad the trip to the Aviva last night. Lets hope we got the right result.
O Rourke Family U17 league
Lismore 2 - Brideview Utd. 6
On a day more suitable to be at home by the fire the fans who did turn up saw plenty of goals to help take ther minds off the weather.
The homesick got off to a flying start with agoal inside tow minutes. Tom Dalton saved well in the 12th minute. Utd. were back on level terms soon afterwards when lenehan set up Dalton (Mark) to equalise. Lismore were back in front after 27 minutes but McGrath brought the teams level when he scored the first of his hat trick. At the break the sides were level at 2-2.
Utd. got off to a flying start in the second half and McGrath was on target early in the first half to put Utd in front for the first time.
This goal seemed to have an effect on Lismore lads and Utd. added number fouir in the 67th minute when Beecher found Dalton on the righ wing with a terrific pass. The latter found McGrath and he made no mistake from close range.
Dalton himself added number five before Almedia who had only just come on grab the final goal of this game.
in between goals Tom Dalton denied Lismore when he saved a penalty kick. this win keeps Utd. on top of the league table but its early days yet.
Utd: T Dalton, W. Cunningham, D. Beecher, J. Neville, C. Henley, E. Lenehan, K.Crawford, B, Aher, G. Sheehan, E. McGrath, M. Dalton, J. Almeida.
Come on you boys in green!
By the time these notes appear we will know if we are bound for Russia. We got the draw in Denmark so last nights game was a game where "the winner takes all", applied.
A poor game in Denmark but for the Irish team and supporters its all about getting to Russia. The Irish fans in Tallow were out in force and shall we say they enjoyed themselves.
Our club have no games on Saturday due to the referees course in Cork. So boys and girls have a rest on Saturday