Academy teams round up week ending 27.09.2020

U19 match action; Steven Sweeney clears away

The under 19s were defeated 4-2 at home by Group 4 league leaders Shamrock Rovers on Sunday at the Carlisle Grounds in their final league game of the season. Eric Abudiore headed Rovers in front from a corner on 8 minutes. Rovers were on top in the first half and Wanderers had to rely on Enda Minogue to keep them in the game with the keeper making several saves. Rovers doubled their lead on 50 minutes after a Wanderers short kick out was intercepted by Jamie Doyle who ran on and chipped the ball over Minogue to the net.

Wanderers pulled a goal back on 62 minutes from the penalty spot. Substitute Adlane Boulmelh was pushed in the box by the Rovers keeper. Boulmelh scored from the resulting penalty, shooting straight down the centre. Cian Curtis restored Rovers two goal advantage on 82 minutes when he found himself clear and fired past Minogue. Aidimo Emakhu scored an overhead kick to put Rovers 4-1 up on 87 minutes before Cian Maher pulled a goal back for Wanderers a minute later.

Glen Hollywood (right) in action for the under 19s

Under 19 team v. Shamrock Rovers: 1 Enda Minogue, 2 Cian Walsh, 3 David Dalton, 4 Ryan Bowden, 5 Callum Perry, 6 Callum Byrne, 8 Glen Hollywood, 7 Cian Maher, 9 Emmanuel Obeniyi, 10 Jake Ellis, 11 Dean O’Shea.

Substitutes: 12 Omar Hassan (for Walsh, 82), 14 James Igwilo, 15 Steven Sweeney (for Obeniyi, 68), 16 Adlane Boulmelh (for Ellis, 59), 17 Harvey Warren (for Perry, 78), 18 Job Bondo (for Dalton, 27), 30 Luke Ryan (Gk).

Booked: Ellis (56)

The under 17s were defeated 5-0 at home by Galway United on Saturday in Pearse Park.

Under 17 team v. Galway United: 30 Cian Connors, 2 Jamie Callaghan, 5 Eimhin Boylan, 7 Ryan Reape, 8 Regan Lennon, 10 Eoin Greeni, 13 Sean Fitzpatrick, 14 Sam Norval, 17 Harry Curtis, 18 Keelan Byrne, 19 Charlie Gallagher.

Substitutes: 1 Jack Ross, 3 Daragh Meegan, 6 Sam Hayden, 9 Jakub Basinski, 12 Jad Hakiki, 15 Darragh Scanlon, 16 Conall Daly

Dean O’Shea on the attack for the under 19s

The under 15s came from behind to defeat Cabinteely 3-1 at home in Pearse Park on Sunday. Goal scorers were an Own Goal, Lewis Temple and Cian Doyle.

Under 15 team v. Cabinteely FC: 1 Derry Moloney, 2 Ronan Langan, 3 Luke Nolan, 4 Lewis Temple, 5 Alex Baines, 6 Cian Doyle, 7 Caden Walsh, 8 Freddie Turley, 9 Hugh Parker, 10 Michael Cherico, 11 Stephen Mohan,

Substitutes (interchangeable): 12 Daniel Jordan, 14 Roy Lawlor, 15 Adam Deans, 16 Lorcan Moore, 17 Seamus Brown, 19 Christian O’Reilly, 20 Nathan Horan, 25 Dylan Kane (gk)

The under 13s defeated Shamrock Rovers 2-1 on Saturday. Goal scorers were Mason Melia and Matthew Britton.

Under 13 team v. Shamrock Rovers: 1 Joe Collins, 2 Max Colbert, 3 Roddy Cotter, 4 Ronan Dawson, 5 Lee Brennan, 6 Sam Rothwell, 9 Mason Melia,16 Barry Kealy.

Substitutes (interchangeable; 25 Sam Barker (Gk), 7 Matthew Britton, 8 Evan Kane, 11 Troy Finnegan, 15 Jack Nolan, 17 Daragh Emmett, 18 John Leonard.

The ladies under 17s were defeated 1-0 away to Cork City on Sunday in Bishopstown..

Ladies u17 team v. Cork City. 1 Danielle Batt, 3 Sophie Hamilton, 4 Hannah Bissell, 5 Zoe Kelly,6 Casey Brown Roche, 7 Sophie Madden, 9 Faye Evans, 10 Ava Treacy, 11 Aoife Mohan, 13 Ava McKechnie, 15 Ella Moriarty.

Substitutes: 25 Rebecca Prenter (Gk), 2 Rebecca Gillan, 14 Niamh Carry McLeavy (for Roche, 75), 16 Caitlin Lynch (for Evans, 88), 17 Sophie Davis (for Moriarty, 88), 18 Lucy Heffernan (for Bissell, 80), 21 Molly Kathleen Crowe (for Hamilton, 88).

Fixtures:

Under 19s away to Wexford FC on Saturday, 3 October. Kick off in Ferrycarrig Park is 2.00pm. U19 Shield

Under 13s home to Wexford FC on Sunday, 4 October. Kick off in the Carlisle Grounds is 1.00pm. U13 League

Pictures: Peter Minogue

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