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Not wanting to be outdone by the strikers, the keepers went on a shutting out spree too. There were four clean sheets over the last two weeks. Jack McCrea and Gavin McDonald of the Seniors proved the old men could still do it, while Stephen Hughes of 15 Star and Conor Friel of the 11s got in on the act with their first clean sheets of the campaign.
We’ve a couple of hat tricks to talk about now that your intrepid reporter is back from his hols! The last two weeks have seen a spate of goals from our sharpshooters – Conal Taggart - who else – and Paddy McGeown – hat trick Patrick – both bagged four when I wasn’t looking, while Sean Boyle of the 18s and Joe Logan of the 11s didn’t want to be too greedy and stopped at three each. Keep up the good work, guys.
Another clean sheet at the weekend, his fourth already, sees the Senior keeper, Jack McCrea, increase his lead over Pearse Lynch of the 14s to two clean sheets now. Jack sits on four to Pearse’s two. JacK McCrea, Sen – fancies the Glove this year. Pearse Lynch, U14 – leads the younger challenge. Fellow Senior keeper, Gavin McDonald, also kept a clean sheet at the weekend. He joins Pearse on two to keep the pressure on Jack. Gavin McDonald, Sen – won it before, could do So aga
Conaill Taggart of the 11s still leads as we approach Hallow’een, but if he thought it was going to be a stroll, he didn’t reckon on Paddy on a roll! Paddy McGeown’s six goals in his last two games mean he has closed the gap at the top to three. Conaill sits on an impressive 14 goals, with Paddy breathing down his neck on 11. I think these two are going to dual all the way to the end. Conaill Taggart, U11 – still confident, bring it on Paddy McGeown, U17 – fancies his chances
Conaill Taggart’s hat trick at the weekend sees him increase his lead at the top of the Golden Boot table to three. With eight goals in two games, he sits on nine goals so far this season. Conaill Taggart, U11 – a hat trick after his five goals last weekend keeps him at the top. Can he maintain the pace, though, against an old hand like Paddy? Tthe 17’s Paddy McGeown scored one at the weekend to maintain the early challenge. He now sits on six. Paddy McGeown, U17 – 6 goals. S
With no clean sheets this weekend, there is no change in the table. The Seniors’ Jack McCrea with three clean sheets sits at the top one ahead of Pearse Lynch in second place. Pearse, of the 14s has two clean sheets. Jack McCrea, Sens – Could be looking strong this year. Pearse Lynch, U13 – two clean sheets in his first two matches sees him sitting in second place. Eoghan Turkington and Stephen McVeigh of the 18s, Gavin McDonald of the Seniors and Reuban Carleton of the 17s
Conaill Taggart’s five goals extravaganza at the weekend, sees him leap from nowhere to the top of the table. …. and looking pleased with himself. Conaill Taggart, U11 – five goals this weekend sends him flying to the top. Can he maintain the pace, though, against an old hand like Paddy? He is one ahead of hat trick Patrick – the 17’s Paddy McGeown. He has put five in the net in the first month. Also on five, with two more goals this weekend, is the under 13s’ Conall Breen, P
Another clean sheet from the Seniors’ Jack McCrea – his third before the end of September – sees him break away from Pearse Lynch, now in second place. Pearse, of the 14s, is just one behind with two clean sheets. Jack McCrea, Sens – his third clean sheet, and its not even the end of September yet. Could be looking strong this year. Pearse Lynch, U13 – two clean sheets in his first two matches sees him sitting in second place. Eoghan Turkington and Stephen McVeigh of the 18s,