Two clean sheets this week, from the under 17s’ Luke Kilpatrick and a first for another senior keeper, Ryan Owens.
Nothing, mind you, to disturb Jack’s tranquillity at the top of the pile. Mind the gap! It’s still a healthy seven separating him from the rest.
JacK McCrea, Sen – still 1st -
Jack’s nearest challengers are Pearse Lynch of the 14s, and the Seconds’ Gavin McDonald, with a respectable five clean sheets.
Pearse Lynch, U14 – 5 clean sheets.
Gavin McDonald, Sen – 5 so far.
Just behind Pearse and Gavin, in third place, with four, is 16s’ keeper, Che Clarke.
Che Clarke, U16 – 3rd
Steven Hughes of 15 Star and Luke Cullinan of the 13s, follow behind Che and Gavin. They sit on three, in fourth place. They have been joined this week by Luke Kilpatrick, who makes it a threesome on three.
Steven Hughes, U15 – three clean sheets.
Luke Cullinan,U13 – 4th place.
Luke Kilpatrick, U17 – joins the gang in
Eoghan Turkington of 18 Star, Conall Bohill of the 18s, Reuban Carleton of the 17s , Oisin Kavanagh of the 11s and Conor McGeown of the Seniors are in joint fifth, with two apiece.
Conall Bohill, U18 – joint 5th on two.
Reuban Carleton, U17 – joint 5th.
Oisin Kavanagh, U11 – our youngest
keeper in the chase, also joint 5th.
Eoghan Turkington, U18 – in 5th place.
Conor McGeown, Sen – 5th.
That leaves eight keepers on one clean sheet. Last week’s seven -Tom Morrissey, Stephen McVeigh, Mark Hamill and Tiarnan McCullough all at under 18, the 11s’ Conor Friel, Conal Devlin of 14 Star, and Kayo Dobrolowski of the 15s – have been joined by newcomer, Ryan Owens for the Seconds. Welcome to the party, Ryan.