Brideview United AFC Notes 12th October
- Published: 12 October 2015
Brideview United Lotto
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Munster Junior Cup, Sunday 11th at 2pm Brideview Utd v Tycor
The club would like to congratulate the senior hurlers on reaching the County Final and wish them the best of luck in the final.
FAI National Draw:
Tickets for this draw are currently onsale from all committee members, with some fantastic prizes on offer.
Brideview Utd v Tycor FC
Brideview welcome Tycor to Brideview Park next Sunday to play the first round of the Munster Junior Cup. Brideview have had a lean patch in recent years losing out on a big scoreline to local rivals Lismore last season as well as similiar opposition to next Sunday. St.Pauls who also play in the Waterford league. Tycor have played four league games so far this season and sit mid table in the O'Neill's Division 2A league winning two and drawing with their only defeat coming to high flying Tramore Ranges who have won all thier games so far this season. It is an odd time for the season for all clubs into being in a position to field their strongest eleven and if we can squeeze through the opening few rounds who knows where it could lead to. Dave McInerney and Chris Murphy have been in fine goal scoring form and lets hope they can continue in that vein when Sunday comes.
BRIDEVIEW UNITED SCHOOLBOY NOTES
Defeat for United
United had just one schoolboy team in action last weekend that was our U-12 team who played away in Mogeely.
U-12 League Mogeely 4 Brideview Utd. 0
Our U-12 team went down to a very strong Mogeely team on Saturday last. We were short Kian McGrath, Cian O'Brien (injured) and Jake Henley for this one. Never mind lads there's always the next game and let's hope we get back to winning ways.
To Michael O'Neill of Medeligo who was sick but iI am glad to report Michael is now much better, of course Carmel sorted him out and got him back on his feet.
To the senior hurlers who defeated neighbours Ballyduff and are now through to the county final. Well done lads.
Republic of IReladn U-21 side are playing in the R.S.C. Waterford on Friday evening. Check papers for kick off times.
To wish Cois Bhride's minor team the best of luck on Sunday when they face Ballygunner in the minor County Final. Give it a lash boys.
To Stewart and Aileen Barry on the happy even the birth of bouncing baby boy, Adam.
Anyone with an hour to spare on a Saturday morning from 11-12 to coach young kids, please get in touch with any committee member or better still just go down to the field on Saturday morning.
U-17 Championship Well done Jason
Cappoquin boy Jason Molumphy had three marvelous games with the Republic of Ireland U-17 side in Finland. Jason scored a terrific goal in their first game which they won 1-0. They also won the second game and drew 1-1 with Sweden in their final game. Well done Jason.