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Greystones Utd AFC Vs Ireland Legends

24th Feb 2018

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The U12WB’s were up against Newtown in the 2nd leg of the final carrying a two goal aggregate from the 1st leg when they won 2-0. It was a very tight affair in the initial 10 minutes and after some wondering interplay between Joe Creed and Thomas Large, Thomas buried the ball into the back of the net to give Greystones the lead, super super team work between the lads. It was up to Captain Luke Smyth to keep his players focused and he done a wonderful job marshalling the midfield. Oscar Scott was also playing a stormer in midfield putting in some crunching tackles. Charlie McKenna and Cathal Byrne were doing great keeping the Greystones defence lock tight and it was 1-0 going in at half time.

In the 2nd half Greystones were playing down the hill and were close to scoring their 2nd with super strikes by Jamie Cavanagh and Sean Barry. Newtown were quick on the break and managed to get one back and it was 1-1 with 20 minutes left to play. When Newtown looked to get some more momentum behind them to get a 2nd goal, it was our own Noah Ryan who was going to ruin their party and scored a screamer from 20 yards, the keeper hadn’t a hope, 2-1 to Greystones. We continued to press and our own Sebastian Moore was a huge threat on the left wing and a nuisance for the Newtown defence. Cian Divilly also put in some super runs and was always threatening the Newtown defence. Sean O’Nuallain also wanted to get in on the goals and was unlucky not to make it 3. Anytime Newtown attacked, they had to get past Dary Smith in midfield and he was always there to make the hard tackles and keep Newtown away, huge physical presence by Dary.

The whistle went and Greystones were the victors winning the game 2-1 and 4-1 on aggregate, well done Lads, super win.
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