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Manager:

Paul Ryan ryan.paul.ame@gmail.com 0862763102

Contact:

Paul Ryan ryan.paul.ame@gmail.com 0862763102

Mentors:

Michael Roddy,

Gary Prunty

 

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Match Reports

U14 Football Final

30 October, 2016

Following the Senior Final curtain raiser the BIG game was played when the Under 14s replayed their final against neighbours An Tochar. Playing with a strong breeze in the first half Bray started slowly and An Tochar took an early lead. Through the hard work of Jack Treacy and Luke & Charlie Dunne in the forwards Bray came into the game with Brian Nesbitt and captain Sam Kearney scoring crucial goals to put Bray in front. It wasn’t one way traffic though with An Tochar through Darragh Fee were causing problems for the Bray backs and only for a timely intervention by Philip Jacob late in the first half An Tochar would have been in for a goal. Buoyed by this let off  Bray finished the half well with the half back line of Art Whittle, Sebastain Coleman and Donal Spaine beginning to dominate and with further excellent scores from Gavin Rochford and Charlie Dunne Bray led by 2.5 to 0.3 at the break. With a big pitch and strong breeze it was unclear if an eight point lead would be enough. However Bray were quickly out of the traps in the second half scoring a goal almost straight from the throw in to give the team a bit of a cushion. Playing into the wind meant the hard running Evan Barry, Ben Robinson and Sam Kearney were on the ball more and with spaces opening up Bray scored a number of goals. An Tochar however kept rallying and with the ever sharp Gordon Brady keeping the scoreboard ticking over for An Tochar Bray were never really pull away. The back line now were under more pressure but the ever reliable Jamie Ryan, Michael McCarthy, Luan Roddy, Tadhg McCarthy and Aaron O’Rourke kept the An Tochar attacks at bay ensuring Ben O’Gorman (who like Sam had being part of the victorious Under Sixteen hurling team a couple of weeks previously) was not a lot of pressure. The introduction of Nathan Prunty and Oscar Harty brought further threat upfront for Bray who eventually ran out 6:6 to 1:11 winners for a great double for the club on the day.This was a great effort by the squad in a very competitive division, everyone played their part with a number of players injured for the final being instrumental in getting the team there. Special thanks to all the parents and under 16 squad who stayed for the game, their support was really appreciated by the team. The squad would also like to thank members of the victorious Senior team who made time after their own victory to come over to provide words of encouragement before the game....

U14 Feile Football

27 June, 2015

The Under 14 Boys Féile Football squad made it to the final of the Division 1 Shield over the weekend. We had 6 games over 3 days, culminating in a breathtaking contest against Athenry, Galway on the last afternoon. Despite our runners-up medals, there was a very satisfying sense of achievement – reinforced by Willie Braine who was an inspiration to Niall and the players at the more tense moments of our Féile assault. Míle buíochas leis na tuismitheoirí a bhí linn an t-am ar fad. Foireann : Alex Bartley, Conor Hardiman, Rory Whelan, Sebastian Coleman, Michael Timmons, Oisín Hayde, Nathan Murphy, Conor Dowling, Conrad Ruddy, David Martin, Gavin Henderson, David Maloney (Captaen), Rory Whelan, Seán McDonagh, Stephen Reynolds, Eoin Fitzsimons, Rory Lambe, Sam Kearney, Mark Cullen, Josh Pyper, Sam Whelan, Charlie and Luke Dunne. Bainisteoir – Niall McGraynor. ...

U14 Football

12 June, 2015

Bray emmets Vs St Nicholas' The U14 Footballers played a powerful St Nicholas’ Friday 12 June. We began very brightly, with valuable scores coming from Eoin Fitzsimons and Conor Dowling. David Martin and Alex Bartley were also making excellent contributions. At half-time, there was a hair’s breath between the two teams. Bray continued to show courage in the face of strong swift opposition. Jack Treacy, Mark Cullen, Sam Kearney and Rory Whelan never gave up, demonstrating the heart needed when the going gets tough. Cé gur chaill Emmet Bhré, bhí an bainisteoir sásta ar an iomlán.   Foireann :  Alex Bartley, Oisín Hayde, Jack Treacy, Michael Timmons, Conor Dowling, Conrad Ruddy, Mark Cullen, Nathan Murphy, David Martin, Eoin Fitzsimons, Rory Whelan, Seán McDonagh, Stephen Reynolds, Sam Kearney, Sam Whelan, Oisín Drury. Bainisteoir –  Niall McGraynor....

U14 Football

20 May, 2015

Bray emmets Vs Éire Óg  The U14 Footballers played Éire Óg, Wed 20th May in Greystones. Defense was solid from the start, creating the vital platform for scores to flow – and they did, culminating in a satisfying win. Sebastian Coleman and Oisín Hayde worked tirelessly, Conor Hardiman made fine saves, while Conor Dowling linked with the hungry forward division. In the second-half, Mark Cullen contributed generously to the play-making, Josh Pyper proved that he has a lot to offer the side, while Michael Timmons and Rory Whelan performed in a full-hearted display. Bhí an bainisteoir sásta go maith agus é ar a bhealach abhaile.     Foireann : Conor Hardiman, Sebastian Coleman, Michael Timmons, Oisín Hayde, Nathan Murphy, Conor Dowling (1-2), Conrad Ruddy (1-0), David Martin, Gavin Henderson, David Maloney (1-2, Captaen), Rory Whelan, Seán McDonagh, Stephen Reynolds, Conor Hardiman, Rory Lambe (2-4), Sam Kearney (1-0), Mark Cullen (0-1), Josh Pyper (4-1), Sam Whelan. Bainisteoir – Niall McGraynor....

U14 Football

6 May, 2015

Bray Emmets Vs Kilmac/Enniskerry Bray Emmets under fourteen development football team had their fourth game against near neighbours Kilmac /Enniskerry last Wednesday in Old Conna. Kilmac /Enniskerry started the better and went ahead. However with Eoin and Tadhg taking over in midfield, helped with hardworking half forward line of Evan,Gordon and eoin ensured that the full forward line of luke, Alex and Eoin got more into the game. Eoin F in particular was causing all sorts of problems scoring two goals and a point after an excellent save from the Kilmac /Enniskerry goalkeeper.As the first half wore on, Kilmac /Enniskerry came more into the game but the ever excellent Philip, Rory and Craig in the half back line were keeping most attacks at bay with the full back line of Aaron, Michael and Donal giving great protection to Ben in goal. However Kilmac /Enniskerry finished the half well and it was level at half time.Bray started the second half better and with Alex and Tadhg playing well at midfield, the ever excellent Evan,Gordon and captain Eoin O were getting on plenty of ball resulting in a number of scores for the two Eoins and luke. Ben with his big and accurate kickouts and the backline of of the immense Michael, Donal and Aaron in the full back line and Philip, Craig and Rory anticipating so much ball in the half back line resulted in Bray playing their best football of the year. Again Kilmac /Enniskerry came back into the game and it needed two well worked scores by the recently arrived Brian and Evan to win the game by the bare minimum.This was a great performance by everyone on the night. We were in the fortunate position to have quality players to come in and make great contributions. There is a great work ethic within the group and everyone should be proud of their performance. Team: Ben, Aaron, Michael, Donal, Rory, Philip, Craig, Tadhg, Eoin F, Gordon, Eoin O, Evan, Eoin m, Luke, Alex and Brian....

U14 Boys Football

22 April, 2015

Bray Emmets Vs Baltinglass The Under 14 boys Football team played a very competent Baltinglass, Wed 22nd April. This was our most demanding fixture so far, faced with a physically strong group of accomplished Footballers. David Maloney gave two hundred per cent, Michael Timmons a fervent display in the fullback line and Jack Treacy was involved in a lot of good cohesive inter-play. New player, Nathan Murphy also made a very bright début. Despite our best efforts Baltinglass were worthy winners. Beidh an chéad chluiche eile againn i gceann coicíse.     Foireann :  Oisín Hayde, Jack Treacy, Michael Timmons, Conor Dowling, Conrad Ruddy, Nathan Murphy, David Martin, Gavin Henderson, David Maloney (Captaen), Rory Whelan, Seán McDonagh, Stephen Reynolds, Conor Hardiman, Rory Lambe, Sam Kearney, Sam Whelan. Bainisteoir –  Niall McGraynor....

U14 Development Football

22 April, 2015

Bray Emmets Vs Barndarrig The under fourteen development football team had their third match in Wicklow last Wednesday against Barndarrig. In sunny conditions Bray settled quickly with Tadhg and Michael playing really well in midfield. Playing against much bigger opponents the forward line of Daniel, Gavin, the two Eoins and Cathal were always dangerous and took their scores well. The backline were fantastic all through with the ever excellent Philip, Rory, Donal and Jamie tacking harrying and blocking their direct opponents to distraction. Aaron playing in goal had a brilliant game. Level at half time, Bray were under pressure for most the second half. The back line was immense throughout and particularly the tackling of Rory, Philip , Jamie and teak tough Donal was very encouraging for the coaches. The midfield of Tadhg and Michael ran themselves to a standstill. The forward line of the now injured Gavin, the ever sharp Daniel, the two Eoins and the hardworking Aaron kept working all the way through. In the end the strength of Barndarrig won through for a hard fought win. Special mention to Cathal who played in goal in the second half, he made a number of top class saves and a calming influence throughout. While defeat was their lot this was the team's best performance so far. They were disciplined and hardworking throughout. Apart from one player all the team will be underage next year so they are getting great experience....

Hurling Féile

14 April, 2015

The under 14 Hurling Féile team played their delayed semi final on Tuesday evening in Arklow Rocks ground. They came up against a very tidy and proficient Carnew team and despite all the lads giving 100% effort right up to the final whistle they lost 5:7 to 2:2. The lads from the south of the county were just that bit stronger than us and despite the best efforts of the Bray team led by a ferociously determined Davy Maloney they were just unable to keep in touch. The team should be proud of their effort as they did their very best and represented the club really well by reaching this stage of the competition. Team : Rory Lambe, Aaron O'Rourke, Michael Timmons. Sebastian Coleman, Conor Hardiman, Davy Maloney (Captaen), Phillip Jacob, Gavin Henderson, Sam Kearney, Jack Treacy, Cathal Eddy, Seán McDonagh, Tadgh McCarthy, Zak Collins, Peter Aherne, Oisín Drury, Rory Mulcahy, Eoin Holmes. Bainisteoir - Larry Timmons. ...

U14 Football

1 April, 2015

Bray had their second under 14 Division 3 game last Wednesday against Kilbride Lacken. Missing players due to injury, sickness and holidays a number of 2003s were drafted in to ensure the game went ahead. Playing with the wind in the first half, Bray started well with Cathal and Gavin scoring a number of well worked points, Kilbride found it difficult to get into the game due to the hard working midfield of Eoin and Tadhg with the half back line of Philip and Daniel breaking up a number of attacks. Bray continued to dominate with Eoin and Gordon working hard upfront with Evan scoring an excellent goal to give Bray a good lead. However Kilbride came more into the match but the full back line of Donal and Jamie allied with the good work in goal by Art ensured Bray were 11 points ahead at half time. Now playing into the breeze and up the hill Bray immediately came under pressure with Daniel and Philip really upping their game to stop Kilbride getting the scores they needed. Jamie and Donal were very solid in the full back line ensuring the Cathal now in goal was well protected. As the game wore on Bray gained the upper hand in midfield with Tadhg and Eoin working really hard to break up attacks and set up the extremely dangerous Evan (remember the name) and Gavin (already well known!!) for attempts on goal, Eoin Art and Gordon continued to work so hard to ensure Kilbride never got into any rhythm and finishing in almost total darkness Bray ran out winners.This was another good performance with everyone contributing to the win. Thanks to all the parents who made the journey hopefully we will get to play a game in calm and dry conditions as the season goes on....

U14 vs St Pats

1 April, 2015

The Under 14 boys Football team played against St Pats in their first competitive game of the year, Wed 1st April. The platform of assault came from the steely spine of the team. Conor Dowling and David Maloney were excellent for the hour, while Conrad Ruddy and Sam Kearney were courageous, leading their team-mates by example. All four got vital scores. At the very back, Rory Whelan, Sebastian Coleman and goal-keeper Zack Collins stood out for their endeavours. In the second-half, the scores were more free-flowing. Rory Lambe, Oisín Drury, Jack Treacy and a tenacious Gavin Henderson all combined to maximum effect. Bhí na traenálaithe ar fad an-sásta leis an iarracht a rinneadh. Emmet Bhré 5-9,St Pats, Wicklow Town 2-3. Foireann: Zack Collins, Sebastian Coleman, Josh Pyper, Oisín Hayde, Jack Treacy, Conor Dowling (0-3), Conrad Ruddy (1-1), David Martin, Gavin Henderson (0-1), David Maloney, Rory Whelan, Seán McDonagh, Stephen Reynolds, Conor Hardiman, Charlie Dunne, Luke Dunne, Rory Lambe (2-1), David Nesbitt, Oisín Drury (0-1), Sam Kearney (2-1), Sam Whelan. Bainisteoir – Niall McGraynor....

U14 boys Football

27 March, 2015

On an awful night Bray Emmets played their first Wicklow Under 14 Football League Division 3 against Kilcoole. Playing with a gale in the first half Bray were quickly into their stride with scores from Gavin, Daniel and Cathal. Tadhg and Philip were having  great games in midfield getting on a lot of ball distributing well into the forwards of Cian and Eoin who created a number of scores. With the elements Kilcoole found it hard to get going but settled more into the game as the half wore on, however the backline of Donal,  Jamie, Eoin and Rory were very sharp in the tackle and ensured Aaron in goal had a quiet first half. In the second half Kilcoole started to use the elements in their favour and had a few well worked scores which Aaron could do nothing about, however the backline settled with Rory, Donal Eoin and Jamie working the ball up well to the ever industrious Philip and Tadhg ensuring the sharp Daniel, Eoin , Gavin captain Cian and Cathal kept the scoreboard ticking over for a well deserved win. This was a good win and reflects the work the lads are putting in. Special mention must go to both sets of players, referee,  coaches and parents who braved the elements in what must have one of the worst nights up in Old Conna for an under age game. Team: Aaron, Eoin, Jamie, Rory, Donal, Tadhg, Philip, Gavin, Eoin, Daniel, Cian and Cathal....

Under 14 Football Final

25 October, 2014

Bray Emmets 4-11 St Pats 4-6Bray Emmets were crowned U14 County Champions in Arklow last Saturday after a brilliant display of football. They recovered from conceding a goal in the first minute of the match to lead at half time against the wind and then dominated large periods of the second half. St Pats scored a goal with 7 minutes remaining which could have signalled a comeback but instead Bray Emmets went up the field and scored a couple of brilliant points to seal the win. It is very hard to single out individuals as this was a fantastic team effort by all and a great end to the season. This team have scored 29 goals in 5 games in the championship - a testament to the hard work they have put in with their coach Niall McGraynor on the training field. The team and the mentors would like to thank all the supporters and parents who travelled to support them on the day. ...

U14 Football.

27 August, 2014

U14 County Championship Bray Emmets have entered 2 teams in this year’s U14 county championship. The first team in the ‘A’ championship and a development team primarily for the younger players in the ‘D’ championship. Both sides made their debut last Wednesday. Bray Emmets 5-8 St Nicholas 3-6The ‘A’ championship team made the long journey to Dunlavin to take on Féile finalists St Nicholas. In tough windy conditions Bray Emmets played with the wind in the first half. They dominated the half and took some fine scores including two goals by midfielder Ciaran McKay. They led by eight points at half time.The wind got even stronger in the second half and after conceding two goals early in the half Bray Emmets had a battle on their hands but the lads dug deep and scored three goals, the highlight being a Jordan Temple effort that came after the ball was won back in defence and passed through six player’s hands before Jordan dispatched his shot to the corner of the net.Team: James Anders, Andrew O’Brien, Donnchadh Griffin-Caroll, Rory Whelan, Ben Kearney, Davey Maloney, Charley Delaney-Byrne, Ciaran McKay, Sid Hunt, Joe Phelan, Mick O’Gara, Ronan McMahon, Darragh Rochford, Andrew Conway, Jordan Temple, Cian Lohan, MacDara ó Midheach, Tony Jackson, Lochlann Megannety.Bray Emmets 7-8 Kilbride/Lacken 2-1The ‘D’ championship team made up of U12 and U13 players enjoyed a successful debut in Old Conna. They played some fine attacking football against a physically bigger team. The backs were anchored by a great performance from Sam Kearney. Josh Pyper’s speed helped him dominate the midfield area with Gavin Henderson while David Nesbitt and Gavin Rochford took their goal scoring opportunities with confidence.This team has a great chance of going the whole way in this competition.Team: Aaron O’Rourke, Stephen Reynolds, Conor Hardiman, Michael Timmons, Andrew Croker, Sam Kearney, Gavin Henderson, Josh Pyper, David Nesbitt, Rory Lambe, Sean McDonagh, Gavin Rochford, David Martin....

Under 14 Football

9 April, 2014

The U14 Footballers kicked off their league campaign with a very encouraging win over Blessington in Old Conna.  After a sluggish start they found themselves trailing by a couple of points. However a very strong finish to the half saw Bray Emmets leading at half time. The lads came flying out of the blocks after half time and never looked back running out 8-13 to 3-7 winners in the end.  This was very much a team performance with all players contributing to the victory on the night. Team: James Anders, Andrew O'Brien, Ronan McMahon, Sid Hunt, Davey Maloney, Donnchadh Griffin, Joe Phelan, Ciaran McKay, Tony Jackson, Conrad Ruddy, Andrew Conway, Ben Kearney, MacDara O Mhidheach, Mick O'Gara, Cian Lohan, Charley Delaney Byrne, Seanie McDonagh...

U 14 Football County Feile

15 March, 2014

The U14 footballers qualified for the next group stages of the 2014 Football Feile by comfortably winning their group yesterday in Ballinakill in fine but windy conditions. Eleven teams registered for the competition and Bray Emmets were drawn in Group 2 with Derry Gaels and AGB. Their first match was against Derry Gaels and playing with a stiff breeze in their favour they came flying out of the blocks. Early goals from Ben Kearney and Mick O'Gara got the team off to a great start and they never looked back after that. They ran out comfortable winers on a scoreline of 7-9 to 0-1. Highlights of the game were full forward Mick O'Gara's four goals, the work of his full forward line partners Jordan Temple and MacDara O'Mhideach, Andrew Conway's power house display in midfield and the industry of the half backline of Joe Phelan,Davey Maloney and Rory Whelan who excelled in his new role at centre back and also a magnificent long range point from Cian Lohan. In the match vs AGB Bray Emmets had to play the first half into a stiff breeze. They played their best half of football of the day during this period moving the ball at pace and putting togethor some fine passing movements – a testimony to the hard work they have put in under coaches Niall McGraynor, Rory Breslin and Paul Barry. The match finished 4-11 to 1-1 in Bray's favour. Highlights of this game were the brilliant corner back play of Andrew O'Brien with solid support from Sid Hunt and Donnchadh Griffin in the full back line, the dominance of Ciaran McKay in midfield and Darragh Rochford's five points from play in the first half. Every player in the panel for the day contributed to fine performance. We will train twice this week before the next round next Saturday in Ballinakill. Team; James Anders, Andrew O'Brien, Donnchadh Griffin, Sid Hunt, Joe Phelan, Rory Whelan, Davey Maloney, Ciaran McKay, Andrew Conway, Darragh Rochford, Cian Lohan, Ben Kearney, Jordan Temple, Mick O'Gara, MacDara O'Mhidheach, Tony Jackson, Josh Pyper, Blue Glennane, Gavin Henderson, Seanie McDonagh...

Under 14 Football Championship Semi-Final

21 September, 2008

Bray Emmets 0-6 , St Nicholas 1-7. Bray finished a long season in defeat at the semi final stage of the U14 Football Championship when going down with a battling performance after conceding a soft goal in the first minute. Bray could never get on terms and while they had some chances the bigger and stronger Nicholas team won out on the day. Bray fielded seven U13 players in the starting 15.St Nicholas got their goal from the throw in when Bray failed to get clean possession and lost the ball twice before a hopping ball was not dealt with and the corner forward had the easy job of tapping the ball into the net. Bray came back strongly and a fine move was finished by Dara Lohan for a point. Bray then had the move of the match when a three man passing movement set Luke Maloney up for a goal but the keeper pulled off a great save and the ball went out for a 45 . We failed to score from the 45 but at half time we were still in the game with Nicholas ahead by 1-4 to 0-3. Bray started the second half on fire and Luke Maloney kicked a fine point but Bray then struggled again and could not get the upper hand and were never closer than 3 points for the entire half. Muiris O'Floinn played well with Ben Mc Cormack, Mark Lennon and Dara Henderson coming into the game in the second half. Luke Maloney was our most dangerous forward while Craig Dowling did well in goal and could do nothing with the ball that beat him.. Overall we gave a gutsy display and everyone tried hard but we could never dominate and were never able to claw back the unfortunate goal at the beginning. Still we had a great year finishing top of Division 1 in the league. We used about 40 players a lot of 13 year olds and this should stand to the team for next years U14 Championships. Great credit is due to Chris Masterson who manages the team in both Hurling and Football as well as being a selector with the Wicklow U14 Hurling squad. Bray: Craig Dowling, Cathal O'Dulachain, Jim Doyle, Ben Mc Cormack, Luke Gorman, Diarmuid Masterson, Dara Henderson, Muiris O'Floinn, Andy Bartley, Mark Lennon, Enda Molloy, Danny O'Toole, Cian O'Byrne, Luke Maloney, Dara Lohan, Josh Connolly, Ryan Fagan, Stephen Kirwan, Ryan Tynan, Eoin Mc Cormack. ...

Under 14 Football Championship (Rathnew)

27 August, 2008

Bray Emmets 4-14 Rathnew 2-06 Bray defeated Rathnew in the last game of the qualifying round on Wednesday last in Rathnew by 4-14 to 2-6. This placed Bray Emmets as the winner of the league section and a place in the County Semi-final on Saturday next in Avondale where we will meet the winners of Rathnew and St Nicholas who play a quarter final on Wednesday this week. The other semi is also in Avondale on Saturday next between Baltinglass and Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney. The final is due to be played on the 20th Sept. The team has been playing well and hopefully we can maintain our momentum to qualify for the final ...

Under 14 Football Championship (St. Pats)

24 August, 2008

Bray Emmets maintained their position on top of the U14 Football championship by defeating St Patricks by 4-14 to 5-4. St Patricks are struggling for numbers as they entered two teams in this grade. St Patricks only had 13 players to start so we agreed to play 13 a side despite the fact that we had 20 players. Bray started slowly on a very heavy pitch in Wicklow town which is in very poor condition after all the bad weather. We led by 6 points at half time and won eventually by 7. Andy Bartley at midfield scored 3 goals and Dara Henderson at wing back scored the other. The best players on the night were Jay Curran, Dara Henderson, Andy Bartley and Diarmuid Masterson . We gave all 20 players a run but it was hard to take anything from the game. Bray, Craig Dowling, Ben Mc Cormack, Jim Doyle, Ryan Fagan, Dara Henderson, Muiris O'Floinn, Jay Curran, Diarmuid Masterson, Andy Bartley, Luke Maloney, Enda Molloy, Kelvin Keane, Cian O'Byrne, Lee Brandon, Daragh Lohan, Mark Lennon, Eoin Mc Cormack, Daniel O'Toole, Luke Gorman, Stephen Kirwan. ...

Baltinglass

13 August, 2008

Bray Emmets 2-10, Baltinglass 3-7 Bray played Baltinglass in a top of the table clash on Wednesday evening last and came away with a draw. The competition in this grade is quite fierce with three teams dominating at the top. Bray now have 13 points, Arklow Gers 12 points and Baltinglass 11 points all having played 8 games. There are 2 rounds remaining so these three will qualify for the final stages with only the order to be decided. Bray started well and got an early goal from Dara Lohan which had us ahead at half time by 1-3 to 1-2. Baltinglass raced away at the start of the second half and were ahead by 2-7 to 1-3 when Bray made a few switches bringing Stephen Kearney to midfield and Dara Henderson to centre back. Suddenly it was all one way traffic and Bray got 1 goal and 7 points to go three points ahead and the game looked all over. However on the stroke of full time Baltinglass were awarded a penalty which they converted to level the match..Most of the Bray scores came from close in frees which Lee Brandon converted. We have 2 more games in the next 2 weeks when we will have most of our panel available again. Thanks to the younger players who have filled in and played so well. Bray Craig Dowling, Ryan Fagan, Jim Doyle, Ben Mc Cormack, Dara Henderson, Stephen Kearney (0-1), Luke Maloney, Diarmuid Masterson (0-1), Andy Bartley (0-1, Lee Brandon (1-5), Kelvin Keane, Cian O'Byrne (0-2). Danny O'Toole, Dara Lohan (1-0), Enda Molloy, Shane Lohan, Stephen Kirwan, Eoin Mc Cormack. ...

Rathnew

14 July, 2008

Bray Emmets 3-14, Rathnew 2-3 Bray continued on their winning ways in this year's U14 Football with a good win at home against Rathnew. Early on Rathnew did well and led for the first 20 minutes having scored two early goals. Bray settled down and Mark Lennon curbed the Rathnew play maker and the Rathnew scoring rate stopped. A great goal from Luke Maloney put Bray back in the game and a further goal fron Dara Lohan put Bray ahead by 3 points at half time. Andy Bartley, Diarmuid Masterson and Pierse Sweeney held the centre of the field and Rathnew struggled. It was all one way traffic in the second half with Rathnew failing to score and Bray rattling over points and a goal from Andy Bartley and a great point from Josh Connolly to wrap up the game ...

Glenealy

11 July, 2008

Bray 4 -14 , Glenealy 0-1. Bray played Glenealy in Glenealy on Friday evening and came away with a big win. Granted Glenealy were missing a few but Bray dominated from start to finish and a brace of goals from Ryan Fagan killed the game early on. Some fine shooting by Lee Brandon led the way. Dara Henderson played well at wing back ably assisted by Enda Molloy , Pierse Sweeney and Diarmuid Masterson. Bray panel, Josh Connolly, Marc Lennon, Jim Doyle, Muiris O'Flionn, Luke Maloney, Enda Molloy, Pierse Sweeney, Diarmuid Masterson, Danny O'Toole, Andy Bartley, Dara Henderson, Lee Brandon, Cian O'Byrne, Ryan Fagan, Dara Lohan, Ryan Tynan, Ben Mc Cormack, Stephen Kirwan, Tadhg Devlin.Craig Dowling, Sean Maloney ...

Championship V AGB and Baltinglass

16 June, 2008

Bray played 2 games in the Championship this week and won both. On wednesday night we played Arklow Geraldines and won on a scoreline of 1-13 to 1-7. Bray led at half time by 1-9 to 0-1. In the second half Bray rested a few players and Arklow came into the game however Bray finished the stronger and played the better football. Diarmuid Masterson led the scoring with 7 points while Cian O'Byrne got the goal and Dara Lohan got 3 points. On Sunday morning Bray made the long trip to Baltinglass and came away with a great win by 6-8 to 5-5.Lee Brandon was on fire in this game and scored 4-4 from the full forward spot. Again Bray played a very open exciting game and ripped the Baltinglass defence to shreds and led at half time by 4-2 to 3-0. Bray were best served by Jim Doyle, Stephen Carney, Diarmuid Masterson, Andrrew Bartley, Cathal O'Dulachainand Craig Dowling in the goal.The scoring up front was Lee Brandon with 4-4, Cian O'Byrne 1-2, Luke Maloney 1-1. While Stephen Carney completed the scoring when he moved up from full back for a long range point. Bray are now on 6 points from 3 games and go into the Hurling Feile in Tullamore next weekend. Bray Lineout: Craig Dowling,Stephen Carney, Ryan Fagan, Enda Molloy, Dara Henderson, Jim Doyle, Cathal O'Dulachain, Diarmuid Masterson, Andrew Bartley, Pierse Sweeney, Luke Maloney, Marc Lennon, Cian O'Byrne, Lee Brandon, Dara Lohan, Josh Connolly, Danny O'Toole, Muiris O'Floinn. ...

League V St Pats

7 May, 2008

Bray Emmets 2-13, St Patricks 3-4. Bray defeated St Pats on Wednesday night in Bray in a tough contest. Bray led at hald time by 1-4 to 0-1 after a great goal by Alan Dougan. Bray played the better football overall and dominated the exchanges in the first half particularly the hard grafting Andy Bartley at centre forward. Andy got an ankle injury at half time and had to be replaced. Just after half time St Pats got 2 quick goals to get themselves right back into contention however Bray kept the scoreboard ticking over with points from play and frees and scored their second goal after a great hand passing movement saw Muiris O'Floinn drive home a great goal. Diarmuid Masterson scored 5 points, 3 from frees and contributed well all night. Jim Doyle had a strong game at centre back and Pierse Sweeney did well in the midldle and even got in on the scoring. Cathal O'Dualachan was outstanding when we were under pressure and caught some great ball in the second and used it really intelligently. We had 22 players and we gave them all a run.Bray Dara Henderson, Ryan Fagan, Muiris O'Floinn (1-0), Tadhg Devlin, Louis O'Flynn, Jim Doyle, Cathal O'Dualachan, Diarmuid Masterson (0-5), Pierse Sweeney (0-2), Luke Maloney (0-1), Andy Bartley (0-1), Enda Molloy, Cian O'Byrne (0-1), Alan Dougan (1-1), Dara Lohan (0-2), Kelvin Keane,Marc Lennon, Stephen Kirwan,Christian Dunne,Ben Mc Cormack, Craig Dowling, Ryan Tynan, Josh Connolly. ...

Wicklow Football Feile

26 April, 2008

Bray Emmets competed in the Wicklow Feile on Saturday last. We were drawn in a group with St Nicholas Dunlavin and St Patrick's Wicklow. We were based in Rathdrum and played St Nicholas in the first match.There was incessant rain and a breeze on a heavy pitch which was hard on our smaller players We started slowly and conceded an early goal which can be a disaster in a 15 minute half. We lead at half time by 0-5 to 1-1. We took the game to Nicholas's in the second half and won by 2-7 to 2-3. Our next game was against St Pats and this was a tough dour contest where we dominated , hit the crossbar and did everything except score. We managed a draw at 0-4 each and that got us a place in the semi final in Ashford against Rathnew so we piled soaking wet children into the cars and headed to Ashford where the weather was dry for the first half. Again we started slowly and gave away a goal against the run of play. However the lads gathered themselves and were ahead at half time by 0-5 to 1-1. In the second half we stepped up our game and won by 1-7 to 1-2. We were now in the final and playing better as the day went on, the weather was easier on us in Ashford where our players could move the ball better in the drier conditions. Meanwhile St Pats had remained in Rathdrum and beat Greystones by a big score in the other semi. Again we piled the soaking children into cars and headed for Rathdrum where the rain was now a downpour. We had a horrible start when we conceded a goal almost from the throw in but we fought on and led at half time by 1-2 to 1-1. Again we conceded a goal at the start of the second half followed by a point however we rallied again and scored a great goal. Again we laid siege to the Pats goal and the keeper was beaten but the ball stuck in the mud on the goal line and Pats were saved on a scoreline of 2-3 to 2-2.. Bray had some outstanding displays particularly Jim Doyle at centreback, ably assisted by Muiris O'Flionn at full back, Pierse Sweeney and Diarmuid Masterson at midfield. Daragh Lohan up front showed well for the ball. Top scorer for Bray was Pierse Sweeney with 3 goals and 4 points followed by Cian O'Byrne with 2 goals and 2 points. We had a great day and our team performed really well playing great football and were very unlucky but we had two matches against St Pats and failed to beat them so they are worthy winners and hopefully will do Wicklow proud in the All Ireland Feile in Cavan/Monaghan . We wish them all the best and look forward to meeting them later in the championship. Bray Daragh Henderson, Tadhg Devlin, Muiris O'Flionn, Ryan Fagan, Ben Mc Cormack, Jim Doyle, Cathal O'Duileachain, Pierse Sweeney (3-4), Diarmuid Masterson (0-3), Luke Maloney (0-2) , Andrew Bartley, Craig Dowling, Cian O'Byrne (2-2), Enda Molloy (0-3), Daragh Lohan (0-3). Mark Lennon (0-3), Louis O'Flynn, Stephen Kirwan, Edward O'Brien, Alan Dougan, Ryan Tynan, Christian Dunne, Kelvin Keane. Team Mentors are Chris Masterson , Michael O'Byrne, ...

League Game V Arklow

2 April, 2008

Bray Emmets 1-11, Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney 1-6. Bray Emmets under 14 team got the 2008 football season off on a winning note in Arklow on Wed evening in a really good football match. All the players did well . The panel consists of U13 and U14 and some of the younger lads particularly Daniel O'Toole up front and Andrew Bartley in goal did well on the their first outing at this level. The game started well for Bray and we got the first score however we were rocked by an early goal and it looked like we were in trouble. By half time we had steadied the ship despite a blood injury to Diarmuid Masterson to go in level at 0-5 to 1-2. We played with the breeze in the second half and then we showed some great class to score 1-3 in a blistering 10 minute spell. The scores involved 4 and 5 passes in field length movements with all the players getting involved. Arklow rallied and we defended gallantly to hold them to point scoring chances with some great saves and block downs. Overall a great team effort with everyone playing their part and giving their all. We played with the breeze in the second half and then we showed some great class to score 1-3 in a blistering 10 minute spell. The scores involved 4 and 5 passes in field length movements with all the players getting involved. Arklow rallied and we defended gallantly to hold them to point scoring chances with some great saves and block downs. Overall a great team effort with everyone playing their part and giving their all. ...

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