Under 19 match report v. Cabinteely 20.08.17

Cabinteely u19 3 Bray Wanderers u19 1

U19 Southern League, Stradbrook, 20 August 2017.

Wanderers ended this game with nine men after defenders Dylan O’Connor and Calvin Rogers both received straight red cards in the second half.

Ronan O’Kelly went close for the home side on ten minutes, forcing Doyle into a save after the keeper spilled an initial shot. Three minutes later, Cabinteely took the lead. Andre broke free down the right and crossed to O’Kelly who scored low into the corner.

Following a Cabinteely corner on 20 minutes, Wanderers broke free and Jamie Aherne ran to the edge of the area but fired just over the crossbar.

Wanderers equalized on 27 minutes. Gilshenan played in Aherne and he scored low into the right corner through a crown of defenders.

Wanderers jot was short lived as the home side restored their lead three minutes later through former Wanderers under 19 player Avis Ganiyu.

Two minutes into the second half Aherne fired over from long range. The home side went close on 55 minutes when Andre’s header came back off the crossbar. Andre scored the third goal on 61 minutes, heading home from close range.

Dylan O’Connor received a straight red card on 74 minutes for a foul. The red card seemed very harsh.

Wanderers were reduced to nine men on 82 minutes when Calvin Rogers received a straight red card for a bad foul.

 

Cabinteely u19: Sean Hyland, Adam Maher, Andrew McGovern, Jamie Broderick, Conor Maguire, Craig, Canty, Avis Ganiyu, Eoin Strokes. Jordan Andre, Ronan O’Kelly, Paul Fox:

Subs: Conor Murphy, Ryan Hannon (for Maguire 60), Ronan Smith (for Strokes 78), Andrew Twamley (for Broderick 85), Jack Hudson (for O’Kelly 60), Sean Price, Etham Farrell.

Bray Wanderers u19: Malachy Doyle, Dylan Hennessy, Dylan O’Connor, Calvin Rogers, Jack Whelan, Stephen Morley, Luke Clucas, Cormac Kelly, Gavin Howard, Cormac Kelly, Jamie Aherne.

Substitutes: Nathan Wolohan (GK), Sean O’Brien (for Morley 85), Aran Horgan (for Hennessy h/t), Aaron Byrne (for Gilshenan 78).

Match report: Michael Duffy

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