U15 Hurling



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Dublin U-15 Hurling League Division 4

23 April, 2017

Bray Emmets 7-9 - Counsel Gaels 0-3 Bray Emmets U-15 Hurlers continued their progress through the Dublin League with a comprehensive win over a very competitive and sporting Counsel Gaels side on Sunday 23rd April. The first half was extremely competitive on a big pitch in perfect hurling conditions, and scores were hard to come by. Ben opened with a fine point from play, before Sam put some daylight between the sides with a brace of goals. Ben scored twice more, one an excellent ‘65’ and Cathal and Sam added further points to send the sides to half time on a 0-0 to 2-4 scoreline. At the start of the second half, Bray struck an early goal and further points and the game opened up. With the backs refusing to yield a score, and feeding good ball into the forwards, and a MOM performance from Peter at midfield, the forwards linked well to add scores. Brian added 2-1, Sam 2-0, Rory 1-1 and with Peter and Fionn chipping in with a point each, Bray were not to be caught. Excellent work again in defence, all of them Eoin, Zack, Aaron, Jack, Dan F and Adam, having particularly good games. Sam was again lethal especially going forward, and the forwards put in a very good shift, with excellent work from Rian, Ben, Rory and Cathal. Special thanks to Counsel Gaels. The official referee failed to appear and they provided the referee who was excellent. Team: Fionn (0-1). Eoin, Aaron, Jack, Dan F, Adam, Zack, Peter (0-1), Sam (4-1), Rian, Ben (0-3), Cathal( 0-1), Brian (2-1), Rory (1-1), Dan M , Conor, Andrew.Unavailable: Tadhg Mac, Tadhg A....

Dublin u-15 Hurling - Division 4. 6/04/2017

6 April, 2017

Naomh Fionnbarra 4-11, Bray Emmets 8-10. A 7pm throw-in in Cabra on Thursday night meant an hour in traffic from Bray, so firstly well done to all the parents/drivers who got the lads on the pitch in time for a warm up before the match. A big, skilful and physical Naomh Fionnbarra side began with real intent on a tight pitch, but Sam rattled their net early to settle Bray and a humdinger of hurling match followed. Some early scores from frees brought Naomh Fionnbarra back on equal terms, but great work all over the pitch gave Bray the edge and scores followed. Rory struck two goals and Sam two more and a handful of points, while Ben took 3 great points from play. It was old style riveting hurling, with scorable frees, and some fine point taking from play keeping Naomh Fionnbarra in the tie. A rather fortunate goal right on half time added to the sense that this was a very tight game despite the 5-5 to 1-9 scoreline, and with Naomh Fionnbarra striking two goals early in the second half it seemed all to play for. All over the pitch Bray harried and chased and won ball they had no right to, none more so than Sam who put on a display of midfield play, adding three further goals and finishing with a very impressive personal tally on 6-07. Every player stood up and played their part in what was one of this squads best team performances. On every level this was a performance to be proud of, for the hurling skill, the work-rate and the team work, but especially for the way they conducted themselves under significant provocation. They were a credit to themselves, their families and the club. Team: Fionn, Tadhg A, Aaron, Jack, Daniel F, Adam, Tadhg Mac, Zack, Sam (6-07), Rian, Ben (0-3), Cathal, Brian, Rory (2-0), Andrew, Luan, Daniel M, Conor. Unavailable, Eoin, Peter. Bainisteoir - Terry Mulcahy. ...

Under 15 Hurling

17 May, 2015

Bray Vs Naomh Mearnóg The Under 15 hurlers played Dublin league against Naomh Mearnóg, Sunday 17th May. The early exchanges were robust and physical, yet Ben Kearney and Ciarán McKay firmly laid down the Bray Emmets marker. After 10 minutes, the Bray gameplan took more shape and the scores began to flow, Ronan McMahon and James Anders accepting due plaudits. In the second-half, Cian Lohan continued his vein of form. There was plenty of courageous graft from Joe Phelan and Lochlann Dougan, while Stephen Flynn and Tony Jackson both earned deserved admiration for their productive, unselfish toil. Bua sásúil a bhí ann, ach ní bheidh cluiche againn go ceann míosa anois.   Emmet Bhré  5-16, Naomh Mearnóg  3-4.   Foireann : Sam Kearney, Darragh Rochford, Cian Lohan (0-4), Macdara Ó Midheach, Lochlann Dougan, Donnchadh Griffin-Carroll, Ciarán McKay (0-1, Captaen), Sid Hunt, Ronan McMahon (2-0), Ben Kearney (1-0), James Anders (1-2), Tony Jackson, David Maloney (1-3), Joe Phelan (0-2), Rory Lambe (0-2), Andrew O’Brien, Andrew Conway (0-2), Stephen Flynn, Michael Timmons, Seán McDonagh. Bainisteoir - Séamus Phelan. ...