Brideview Utd. AFC Schoolboy/Girl
- Published: 14 May 2018
Brideview Utd. AFC Schoolboy/girl
Cup Defeats for Brideview
We had both our U14's and U12 teams in cup action on Saturday. Our U12 side will feel a little unlucky as they went down 1-0
We will h ave no games the weekend dut to our U12 Inter League team taking part in the Plate All Ireland Final.
To our own Stephan Mur;y who is involved in this squad. Saturday will be a big day for a league like ours which is the smallest in the country. Now we face Athlone in the All Ireland Final.
A large number of parents, grandparents and supports are making the trip on Friday. Indeed our players and managers are also heading for Mullingar on Friday afternoon. We wish everyone connected with this team the very best of luck.
Results: U14 Cup 1st Round
Valley Rangers 6 Brideview Utd 0
Utd fielded a team on Saturday which was short many regulars and it showed as we found ourselves 4-0 down at the break. Our ladS uped their game in the second half with Jake O'Brien, almost grabbing a goal early in the second half.
Ciaran Lenehan was also unlucky not to put his name on the scoresheet in this secong half. Rangers scored two more in this half in the 45th and 59th minutes.
Jake O'Brien was again denied by the keeper before the final whistle sounded. We wish Dave and his Rangers the best of luch in the quarter final.
Utd: J. Mc.Donnell, G. Good, S. Roche, A. Hurley, D. Spillane, C. McCarthy, C. Lenehan, J. O'Brien.
U12 Cup Result
Brideview Utd. 0 Inch
A great game of footbball here in Leonard Fraser Park on Saturday afternoon. The East Cork side had the bes of the opening 20 minutes and were denied twice by Utd's Keeper Good in this period.
Inch socred the vital goal in teh 18th minute and Good again denied them after 23 minutes. Slowly Utd came more into the game and finished the opening half on the attack.
The second half saw the play scoring end to end with both sides having their chances. Aidan Murphy was unlucky not to have brought the game to extra time but his fine effort went across the goal and wide.
The final whistle sounded soon afterwards and Inch advaced to the next round. We wish them well.
Utd: A. Good, B. Murphy, D. Power, T. Twohig, H. Hagon Lee, J. McDonnell, A. Murphy, S. Murphy, J. Grazbo, G. Hynes, L. Tobin.
The club extends it's deepest sympathy to teh following families on theri sad losses during the past week
The O'Donoghue family, Glenaboy on the sad passing of Nora May O'Donoghue (nee Twomey).
The Ronayne family, Templevalley on the sad passing of Bill
The O'Brien family, Glenbeg Glencarin on the very sad passing of Caoimhe, at such a young age,
May they rest in peace
This weekend due to All Ireland Final in Mullingar