WSFL Under 14C League St. Paul’s 1 vs Mooncoin Celtic 4

When you are in form you are in form and this side go from strength to strength. Today we faced tough opposition who were unbeaten in the league since September of last year St. Paul’s.. 5 wins on the trot sees us climb the table. We put in a performance today which was by far the best this group of players have put in together a little of the track that we went one down here… however starting in Goal where Captain Adam Conway put in another great performance with great aerial presence and communicating with the defence. A defence that kept this strong attacking team at bay all day…. right back Ciara O’Keefe was outstanding. St Paul’s switched players on that side more than twice cause they couldn’t pass her. The same to say for Denis Kinsella at left back who is on fire.. Central defence which is a mean one for any attack were superb today. Mikey Cronin is made a steel and backs out of nothing and was excellent. At his side was Tom Conway who put in his best performance to date and won absolutely everything coming out to meet the ball and breaking down attacks. We played a new three way system in the middle of the park today. Liam Hogan was excellent involved in everything and never put a foot wrong… Work horse Alex Bailey was also outstanding as part of this and too much to handle for the opposition involved in everything and creating many attacks. Lee Freyne made up the three and he was an absolute joy to watch today playing a passing game that was so impressive.. we won a free after St. Paul’s got the opener and Lee Freyne buried it from 40 yards. Some great attacking play involving a hugely impressive Sean Lennon giving a pass to Lee who gave a brilliant ball to Alex Bailey who scored an absolute screamer from 25 yards out. Sam Hartwell playing upfront as the lone striker is giving defences a nightmare since he returned after injury and got our 3rd goal after a great run. Eoin O’Callaghan can’t stop scoring and he made it 4-1 to see us out. Mike O’Keeffe and Emily Blackmore came into the game and added fresh legs towards the end and created many chances seeing off St. Paul’s. Impossible to name a player of the match today as they all deserved it!!…. away to Villa next Saturday which should be a cracker… well done to all and great to see the travelling support.