The mighty Huddersfield only went and beat Wolves and by doing so have sent 12 entrants out of the competition at the first hurdle. Scandalous result.
Our u11 squad pictured before they kicked off their second training blitz of the season. This will run every second Sunday and going on last Sunday morning’s entertainment it’s going to be top class.
The improvement in all this squad is staggering and credit has to go to coaches John Hearne, Dick Walsh, Trevor Murphy,Barry Hearne, Mick Thompson and new recruit Gerry Dempsey for the effort put into the big squad all season long.
Also pictured is captains of the four teams, Josh McLoughlin, Joe Delahunty, Michael Murphy and Daniel Ponce de Leon with the cup on offer for the winners. Best of luck to all the kids and stay posted for more kick off times for this blitz.
Big thanks to all that entered our Last Man Standing competition and 70 go to post with the first four games tonight.
Picks in so far include Everton, Wolves,Leicester, Man City, Liverpool,Arsenal and Southampton. A wide range which should see a couple of fallers perhaps.
Deadline for picks is 6pm this evening.
The best of luck to all entrants, remember that ye all have €500 in your hands…..it’s up to you not to lose it!
1st – €700 John and Margaret Crowley
2nd – €200 Alex Cross
3rd – €100 Catherine Byrnes
Sellers Prize – €50 Mary ‘Mini’ Delaney
Thank you all for your continued support.
Best of luck Waterford Girls u13 and u15 squads who play Kerry in Carriganore at 2pm today with Ciara O’Keeffe and Emily Blackmore representing the club. Best of luck girls.
Our U11s start their second blitz of the season tomorrow morning with plenty silverware on offer. Promises to be a great mornings entertainment so if ya have a spare hour get down to Ashgrove for 11.30 to be entertained.
A wonder strike from Stephen Blackmore was the difference between these two sides on a soggy pitch. Chances came and went for the lads all day with Stephen Blackmore being guilty of 7 or 8 chances but only one goal to show for it, the one that mattered thank god. The return of Mick ‘golden boots’ Foran also boosted the side as three points were secured. Abbeyside away await next Sunday morning at 11.
St Pauls came to town on another wet and wild day. Conditions were less than ideal. We started playing into driving wind and rain . The 1st half was a dogged battle against the elements. Both teams struggled to play any flowing football and the score was 0.0 at the break. We took control of the 2nd half and two wonderful long range strikes from Canice Kinsella but us into a commanding 2.0 lead. We looked comfortable until St Pauls pulled 1 back with a rasping shot that gave Paddy T no chance in the goal. We fought tooth and nail to stay in the lead with the back line of Conor Byrne,Liam Joy , Jack Walsh and Alex Kennedy standing firm. With 2 mins to go Luke Horgan Geraghty found himself 1 on 1 with the keeper and calmly slotted home. Great squad performance today on a wet an heavy pitch. Man of the match Liam Joy with Anil Ramsaway a close 2nd.
Little competition to boost entries in our Last Man Standing competition which starts next Tuesday.
For anyone who can get 5 people to click on the link and enter they will win a club hat.
Share this post and copy the link into your group chats and get as many entries in.
Also a big thanks to everyone who has entered so far.
The club are running a Last Man Standing competition for the remainder of the premiership season with a prize of €500 on offer for the winner.