Latest newsletter from MCFC November 28, 2021MCFC-Newsletter-28Nov21
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Today’s home fixture saw us Host Tramore in another 7 goal thriller .
Mooncoin were quick off the mark today and slotted home to go one nil up after three minutes , when a superb run up the wing from Grace O Toole saw her get the cross ball to the always lurking Emily Blackmore who finished to the net .
Tramore tried to get themselves into the game but had our midfield of Sommer Grant , Ciara Corcoran and Casey Moore to contain with , who were making nothing easy for the opposition today . On the quarter hour mark when it looked like Tramore were on the attack , Ella Bailey made a superb clearance up field , for the ball to fall to the feet of Emily Blackmore , who moved forward and slotted home our second of the day .
Tramore were straight on the attack but were met by a defiant Ciara O Keeffe who was closely backed by Cayla Dunphy , who cut out any imminent threat .
Tramore had a chance of a goal on the twenty minute mark , which was foiled by our Lady between the sticks Mia Ponce De leon .
Thirty minutes in and a one two exchange between Sommer Grant and Emily allowed Emily to get a long range shot away that sailed to the back of the net .
Tramore clawed back just before the break when a free kick saw the net from a home player from a mixup in the box .
Ciara Corcoran made a superb run after winning the ball in the midfield and scored her first Mooncoin Goal
4-1 half time
The second half started in a flurry with some great passages of play between both sides.
Tramore scoring a second on the 50 minute mark.
We lost our shape a little in the middle which allowed Tramore to press and managed to grab a third goal on the 70 minute mark .
This woke our ladies up who were determined not to leave this game slip through their fingers , and credit to them , dug deep and saw the game out
Result Mooncoin Celtic 4-3 Tramore
An early morning visit to Faithlegg to play league leaders park rangers in the bitter cold seen us lose to a late goal in a game which had draw Written all over it.
Despite being 5 players shy we gave a good as we got and really didn’t deserve to lose.
Some great performances all around the pitch Jake in goal Eoghan in defence Daniel in midfield and our goalie Jack gave a great display up front as we were missing 3 of our 4 front players for this game every player gave their all today in a real battle but Anil was our top performer against a very strong homeside.
A cold start to the morning in Suir Crescent v Kilmacthomas u12s.
We conceded after 5 mins from a corner that was scrambled in. Fionn got us level from close range.
Mooncoin fell behind again before Ethan got 2 goals before half time. The game was finely balanced, so the well worked goal with Fionn putting Shane through to slot home eased the nerves.
Ethan got his hat trick goal before Robbie scored late on too. The score line was hard on Kilmacthomas who pushed us hard today.
The winnings for the last 4 weeks was 236 euros and 8 daily millions.
Winnings on daily millions was 3euros so total so far is 239 euros overall winnings.
The November monthly draw will take place at 7 o clock in Comefords Bar on Friday evening.
Latest newsletter from MCFC November 21, 2021MCFC-Newsletter-21Nov21
Today Our U16s travelled to table toppers Park Rangers for a 12noon Kick off .
Hats scarfs and hot drinks were the order of the day for our travelling supporters .
Straight from the Off, we imposed ourselves on Park Rangers and tried to get ourselves into the flow of the game …. But Park Rangers had other plans , and took the lead with just 5 minutes on the clock .
However that didn’t rattle us too much and we really got into the game .
Ella Bailey played her usual role today in defence and showed on more than one occasion why she deserves the captains armband , she was in constant communication with her players on the pitch , and after a shaky start , herself Sophie Schaill and Kate Mcgrath came into their own
We got our equaliser 15 mins in when Sophie Scahill made a long range clearance that was ran on to by Emily Blackmore , who only had the back of the net on her mind … and made no mistake in slotting the ball home .
Birthday Girl Luiseach O Donohue worked tirelessly today on the wing , along with teammate Niamh Reddy to keep the ball moving forward.
On the twenty minute mark were awarded a penalty from a hand ball , and Sommer Grant confidently stood up and rattled the net , putting us a goal ahead . Park Rangers came back at us again and equalised five minutes later .
Coming up on the half hour mark ,a tackle from a throw ball saw Emily Blackmore get a Pass to the foot of Aoibhe Rees who made her run towards goal . And put us in the lead , when her effort shot past the Park Rangers keeper .
With the half coming to an end Sommer Grant stood over a free kick , and a defensive error from The opposition resulted in the ball finishing in the net .
Park Rangers 3-4 Mooncoin Celtic after the first half
The second half couldn’t have been any more different from the goal filled opening half .
Both teams settled in , and were making no mistakes and cutting out any imminent dangers , Emily Cooney put in a massive shift in the second half and played some excellent football .
But full credit has to go to Caoimhe Hartwell who put her best performance to date.
Ella Brennan caused all manor of havoc when she came on midway through the half . Having a shot of her own go wide of the post just two minutes after her introduction .
Mia made some fantastic saves towards the end of the Game as Park Rangers tried to find an equaliser .
The game finished up 3-4 to Mooncoin Celtic
A well earned and deserved win for these ladies , who week after week give it their all.
Abbeyside were todays visitors. For the first 20 minutes both teams fought for the upperhand.
Abbeyside took the lead but the goal seemed to wake us up and we equalised almost immediately. A good end to the half saw us go in 4.1 up at the break.
The lads put in a great second half performance from start to finish .
Goals from Robbie x3, Marti x 3, Jamie & Canice.
Great team performance, MOM Marti Cuch
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Yesterday’s game saw us take on table toppers Park Rangers in the U17s league .
It was a game that was filled with excitement a plenty .
The game started with what has now become the norm , a furious and fast pace , with both teams trying to edge themselves on top .
Ella Bailey and Grace O Toole were work horses today as they dealt with an ever persistent Park Rangers attack . Both ladies left it all on the pitch , backed up by team mates Cayla Dunphy and the always reliable Ciara O Keeffe .
Sommer Grant seemed to be everywhere at once yesterday on the pitch , clearing and spraying balls as the need arose and also in the middle of the field Laura Flynn really impressed on her first game back after a long spell out due to injury . Evelyn Holden and Ciara Corcoran also put in a mighty shift for us yesterday .
Up front Becky Brogan and Casey Moore , did all they could to break down a resolute Park Rangers defence but it was proving to be a difficult task ….
The introduction of Georgia Grant and Emily Blackmore freshened up the squad on the half hour mark , by when the half time break arrived , Park Rangers had taken the lead 0-1 which the took into the second Half .
The second half saw some very good passages of play from the girls and we created a few chances , none if which we managed to capitalise on … Kayleigh Smith and Katie Tolan took to the pitch mid way through the second half and both players put in a big effort .
Despite this , Park Rangers added another goal to their tally .
Making it 2-0 which is how the game finished up . Mia Ponce De Leon was once again fearless between the sticks , and was vocal and encouraging to all her players throughout the game . The result didn’t go our way today , but all the girls put their heart and soul into yesterday’s game .
Also a Shoutout Alanah Jordan who joined us in the past few weeks , Alanah didn’t see any game time yesterday , but was a great support to the girls during the game .