Golden Boot


Paddy McGeown of the 17s continues to lead the Golden Boot table as we approach December, He didn’t score this week, so it’s no change at the top. He sits on 18 goals, four ahead of Conaill Taggart on 14

Paddy McGeown, U17 Star – took it easy this week.

Conaill has one more transfer test to do and then it’ll be back to business on the field and in front of goals for the under 11s mighty midget!

Conaill Taggart, U11 – in 2nd place.

His feet are twitching. One more

week and he’s back.

Cup final penalty hero, Joe Mellon, scored a hat trick at the weekend to propel himself up into third place, just one behind Conaill on 13 goals.

Joe Mellon, U13 – Joe’s in sparkling

form at the minute and is in the race

for the long haul. Suddenly, Paddy

and Conaill have seriously close


Mind you, the under 13 stranglehold on this part of the table is facing it’s own pressures. Two goals from the holder of the Boot, Conor George, this week and one last week and a hat trick from 16 Star’s Brendan Blaney, sees them both jump into fourth spot. With twelve goals each, it’s suddenly got congested at the top!

Conor George, U15 – I told you all – if

you want Conor’s crown, you’re going

to have to fight for it all the way! He’s

right back in the fray!

Brendan Blaney, U16 – in the form of

his life and knocking them in for fun.

Under 13 teammates Ryan Creaney and Conall Breen also scored this weekend, to maintain their challenge for the Golden Boot. They now sit on eleven goals, only seven behind the lead and three behind second place, Conaill. That’s how close it is still. They take fifth spot.

Ryan Creaney, U13 – in 5th spot

with eleven.

Conall Breen, U13 – in joint 5th, with

eleven goals. The under 13 challenge

ain’t going away.

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