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Well done to our U14 girls who played superbly today in the FAI National Cup but left disappointed in the end going down 3-1 to Lucan.
The team, which was put together especially for this competition put on a fantastic first half display of passing, incisive football, moving the ball at speed and creating numerous chances - midfield duo Jayne Merrin and Katie Andrews both having shots saved as well as Katie Ivory going close. At the other end Sophie Madden was imperious, snuffing out any attacks and setting us forward. Sophie went close with a free kick just before the break as neither team could break the deadlock in a game played at a ferocious pace.
The second half continued in similar vein and it was deserved when the superb Amy Ryan lofted a left foot shot back in to the net after a corner was cleared.
A goal down, Lucan came back and enjoyed their best spell of the game winning a succession of corners which eventually lead to the equaliser with a near post finish. With both sides now going for a win, the game became more open but it was a moment of luck that put the visitors ahead - a well struck hopeful hit ballooning over Faith Brock from all of 35 yards. Minutes later it was 3 when a moment of hesitation was seized upon by the Lucan forward who finished well.
At that stage it was looking difficult but first Sarah Webb, then Katie Ivory and Jayne Merrin all went on runs to create chances. Katie side-footed inches wide before Emily Gaines, now pushed forward, after an excellent performance in defence, twice shot just wide of the post.
It wasn't to be and best of luck to Lucan in the competition.
For our girls, they can hold their heads high as they gave everything and put in an excellent performance. For all involved it was an invaluable experience in their development and our thanks to the coaching team involved and the MGL for facilitating our entry in to the U14 tournament.
Attention now turns to our U15's who go into the U16 National Cup next Sunday - best of luck girls.
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