Colts and Fillies report 10/11/2013


Colts and Fillies report, November 10th 2013

U10 Boys Tournament at St Columbas College

Well done today lads – 2 wins and 1 defeat was a good outcome. Better tackling and tighter marking when we didn’t have the ball might have helped us beat Rovers. Some great defending and some excellently worked goals. A good performance by all the team. Regards, Simon & Devin.

PWHC 1st Year Black 8 Dalkey 0

Scorers: Sadbh O’Kelly, Nicole Tracey, Lucy Rice, Rosie McFadyen, Niamh Corr, Sara Byrne, Hazel Simmons

The PW Black team faced an uneven match against an unfortunate Dalkey side today. The Black team dominated the game from the first whistle, setting an intensely high pace of play. The first goal came within minutes, as Sadbh beat two Dalkey defenders to slot the ball into the net. This was followed by goals from: Nicole, Lucy, Rosie, Niamh, Sarah and Hazel. All of the goals were well worked, coming as a result of skillful passing, good communication and sheer determination.

Every member of the team worked hard, positioning themselves well and offering support to team-mates at every opportunity. The passing was very good with the the girls working hard to retain possession. The girls really showed their individual versatility with some members of the team playing several different positions over the course of the game.

All Of the girls played brilliantly, but man of the match went to Hazel Simmons who had a phenomenal match. Well done to all the goalscorers!

Thanks to Bob for umpiring.
Steph Courtney

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