Brideview Utd AFC. Notes (schoolboys)
- Published: 09 May 2016
Brideview Utd, AFC Notes. (Schoolboys)
The Trip to Tipp.
Two inportant games take place at schoolboy level this week. The first one takes place on Wednesday evening when Brideview United U12 team face Ballybridge United in the final of the U12 League. The following night Blackwater United go on a trip to Tipp to face Cahir Park B in the U16 Cup Final. Brideview have eight players on this squad. We ask for support for both of these games if possible.
Its been a difficult season with the terrible weather causing hugh problems.
However the season is now comming to an end. We had two finals in Tallow on Saturday last which Mogeely and Lismore won but only just. This week will finish Brideviews and Blackwater's season. Oh yes the sunshine is back.
To Josh good and Cíaran Lenehan who were on the U11 Development squad who took part in a very successful tournament in Cappoquin on Sunday last. South Dublin, Wexford and West Cork were the visitors.
To Fiona Henley who celebrated her birthday on Monday last. Fiona's party cost just €5 is this correct Fiona. Then this weekend sees Conny Henley (Boston) celebrating his birthday. Congratulations to both from all in United.
Tonight Wednesday 11th May 2016. U12 League Final In Clashmore: Ballybridge Utd V Brideview Utd K.Off 7.00pm.
Thursday 12th May 2016 In Burncourt U16 Cup Final: Cahir Park B V Blackwater Utd K.Off 7.00pm.
Its not far away now. The Euros in France and The Kennedy Cup in Limerick. We will have the build up to both over the next few weeks. Jake Chambers is representing Brideview in Limerick and wason duty with the squad in Clare on Saturday as well as travelling to Carlow in two weeks time again with the squad.
Tickets for The Euros well ask chairman Michael Curley as I believe he has a pocket of them. Right Gaffer. Then we have the Hollard games in Dublin and that game in Turners Cross. The fundraiser for cancer and the Waterford V Calre championship match. Now what more could one ask for. I hear in the background more cash. Not a problem buy a lotto ask Michael Delaney to put in all the balls and bobs your uncle. Right Michael. Ha! Ha!
Well Done Leicester
Congratulations to the above and Raniere. Now we will all support Leicester.
On The Mend
The walkers visited Father Fitzgerald and Finn Mc Carthy last week and found both in good form. Finn was looking forwatd to going home for the weekend. Best wishes to both for speedy recoveries.