The under 19s completed a disappointing league season with a heavy defeat away to Galway while the Under 17 and under 15 SJ.B Academy teams recorded wins this week-end.
Galway FC u19 5 Bray Wanderers u19 0
Under 19 National League Southern Elite Section, East United FC, 16 September 2017
The under 19s completed their league campaign with this defeat away to Galway FC. Scorers for Galway were Michael Lynch (4 min), Declan Sharkey (27m, 43m & 68m) and Matthew Barrett (30m).
Bray Wanderers u19 team was: Malachy Doyle, Shane Heffernan, Aran Horgan, Jack Whelan, Ross Broderick, Gavin Howard, Luke Clucas, Stephen Morley, David Gilshenan, Cormac Kelly, Luke Rossiter. Subs: Darragh Kelly (for Heffernan h/t), Dylan Hennessy (for Gilshenan 68m), Aaron Byrne (for Howard 79m).
The under 19s will now compete in the Shield competition beginning next week-end.
Kerry u17 0 Bray Wanderers/St. Joseph’s Boys u17 3
Under 17 National League Southern Elite, Mounthhawk Park, Tralee, 17 September 2017
The SJ.B Academy under 17s leapfrogged Kerry in the league table moving up to 7th place with this win in Tralee. Jake Byrne opened the scoring on 22 mins for the visitors. Substitutes Byron O’Gorman (70m) and Glen Hollywood (84m) completed the scoring in the second half.
Bray Wanderers/St. Joseph’s Boys U17: Alex Nevin, Aaron Hennessy, Jamie Crilly, Cian Walsh, Jake Byrne, Evan Dunne, Cian Maher, Daniel Madaghjian, Jake Ellis, Eoin Darcy, Conor Dowling. Subs: Liam Moore (for Dowling 85), Glen Hollywood (for Madaghjian 80), Byron O’Gorman (for Ellis h/t), Dylan Davis (GK) (for Nevin 78).
The under 17s complete their league campaign next Sunday, 24th September, at home to Galway FC. Kick off at the Carlisle Grounds is 2.00pm
Bray Wanderers/St. Joseph’s Boys u15 2 St. Kevin’s Boys u15 1
The SJ.B Academy under 15s went top of group 2 with their third successive league win in this game. The home side were two up within twelve minutes with goals from Toby Jones and Alan Leonard. Jamie Farrell pulled a goal back for the visitors in the second half but the home side held out to claim the three points.
Bray Wanderers/St. Joseph’s Boys U15: Enda Minogue, Callum Perry, James Furlong, Alex Rafferty, Cian Kelly, Toby Owens, Destiny Idele, Steven Sweeney, Alan Leonard, Ross Molloy, Festy Ebosele. Subs: Roland Idowu, Precious Omochere, Panit O’Keeffe, Aaron Rice, Cillian McDonald, Andrew Mulvey-Mescall, Sean Coffey.
The under 15s are away to St. Kevin’s Boys next Sunday at 1.30pm.