Paddy Powers Past Transfer Test Tagg
With long time leader Conaill Taggart taking the month off to do that old sort out your academic future thing, Paddy McGeown of 17 Star wasted no time taking advantage.
Paddy scored two today in his team’s impressive 6 – 2 win to go one ahead of Conaill. Paddy now sits on 15 to Conaill’s 14.
Paddy McGeown, U17 Star – taking advantage of
Conaill’s break toseize control. ... and making it look so
easy and relaxing!!
Mind you, there’s still only one in it and Conaill will have roughly the same number of matches to play before the season’s out. Despite the clearly angelic face, Conaill, I suspect, might not take kindly to being outgunned in his absence. There might be all hell to pay, Paddy, when he returns in December.
Conaill Taggart, U11 – in 2nd place
... but watch out. It could be a hot
Two from Ryan Creaney and one from Conall Breen keep it an under 13 stranglehold on third spot. They sit five off the leader and four behind Conaill on ten goals.
Ryan Creaney, U13 – he intends
to be there at finish.
Conall Breen, U13 – the under 13
Challenge aint going away!
If anyone wants to take the prize from Golden Boot holder, Conor George of 15 Star, they’ll have to be on their best for the whole season. Conor sits within touching distance on nine goals.
Conor George, U15 – if you want the
Boot from him, he’s not going to make
it easy for you!
The under 13s are unbeaten this season so far and fifth spot brings another two 13s into play. Joe Mellon’s goal means he joins team mate John Connor in fifth spot with eight goals. Also there, making noise for the older club is Sean Boyle of the 18s.
John Connor, U13 – another
under 13 challenger
Joseph Mellon, U13 – and yet another!
Sean Boyle, U18 – bringing up the
older club challenge.