U19 Shield, Carlisle Grounds, 30 September 2017
The under 19s were defeated 2-0 at home to Cabinteely last Saturday at the Carlisle Grounds. Cabinteely took the lead on 16 minutes. Former Bray under 19 player Avis Ganiyu broke down the left and crossed to Paul Fox who scored from close range. Fox scored Cabinteely’s second on 54 minutes. Bray’s best chance of the game came in the final minute when Luke Rossiter’s shot was brilliantly turned around the post by Cabinteely’s keeper Sean Hyland.
Bray Wanderers u19: Malachy Doyle, Shane Heffernan, Aaron Horgan, Jack Whelan, Ross Broderick, Luke Clucas, Luke Rossiter, Jake Ellis, Cormac Kelly, David Gilshenan, Cormac Kelly, Subs: Conor Dowling (for Gilshenan 64), Dylan Hennessy (for Horgan 68), Stephen Morley (for Howard 79).
Cabinteely u19: Sean Hyland, Conor Murphy, Andrew McGovern, Jamie Broderick, Conor Maguire, Craig Canty, Jack Hudson, Eoin Stokes, Jordan Andre, Paul Fox, Avis Ganiyu. Suns: Ryan Burke (for Murphy 73), Freddie McCready, Ryan Hannon (for Stokes 70), Andrew Twamley (for Canty 88), Ross Moloney (for Andre 65), Ronan O’Kelly (for Ganiyu 84), Peter Quinlan.
U17 Shield, Carlisle Grounds, 1 October 2017
The SJ.B Academy under 17s defeated Drogheda United 4-0 in the Shield last Sunday at the Carlisle Grounds. Cian Walsh ran down the left wing and crossed for Jake Ellis to open the scoring on the half hour. Ellis scored the second two minutes before the break, after running through and scoring at the second attempt as the keeper saved his first shot. Drogheda keeper Daniel Grace miscontrolled a back pass on 77 minutes and Eoin Darcy pounced on the loose ball to score. Darcy headed home the fourth from a free kick four minutes from time.
SJ.B Academy U17 team: Alex Nevin, Aaron Hennessy, Jamie Crilly, Cian Walsh, Jake Byrne, Evan Dunne, Cian Maher, Glen Hollywood, Jake Ellis, Daniel Madaghjian, Conor Dowling. Subs: Eoin Darcy (for Ellis 54), Aaron Byrne (for Dunne 70), Liam Moore (for Hennessy 72), Darragh Kelly (for Dowling 54), Byron O’Gorman (for Madaghjian 54), Dylan Davis (GK).
Drogheda United u17: Daniel Grace, Karl Spooner, Aaron McNally, Cian Quinn, Derek Dunne, Sam Byrne, Gavin Molloy, Michael McHugh, Callum McDonnell, Tom Adeyinka, Frank Cabraley. Subs: Daniel Murphy, Callum Leonard, Kian Hussey, Sean Paet, Niall Blaney.
The SJ.B Academy u17 team are away to Sligo Rovers in the Shield quarter finals. If they win that game they will have home advantage in the semi-final against either Limerick or Cabinteely. The winners of that semi-final will have home advantage in the final.
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U15 League Group 2, The academy Carrickmines, 30 September 2017
The SJ.B Academy under 15s drew 1-1 at home to UCD last Saturday at the Academy Grounds in Carrickmines. Goal scorer was Cian Kelly. The under 15s are top of Group 2 of Section 2 ahead of Athlone Town on goal difference.
SJ.B Academy under 15 team v. UCD: Sean Coffey, Cillian McDonald, James Furlong, Cian Kelly, Alex Rafferty, Steven Sweeney, Aaron Rice, Ross Molloy, Alan Leonard, Destiny Idele, Festy Ebosele. Subs: Callum, Perry, Panit O’Keeffe, Andrew Mulvey-Mescal, Toby Owens, Enda Minogue, Roland Idown, Precious Omocheze.
The under 15s are away to Galway United in Eamon Deacy Park on Saturday 7th October. Kick off is 2.00pm.