Luke Cullinan of the 13s’ recorded the only clean sheet of the weekend.

This means, with another week of fixtures chalked off, Jack is still strolling to the Golden Glove. He sits majestically on twelve, seven ahead of his nearest rivals.

JacK McCrea, Sen – still 1st -

Almost there....

The nearest rivals continue to be Pearse Lynch of the 14s, and the Seconds’ Gavin McDonald, both on five clean sheets.

Pearse Lynch, U14 – 5 clean sheets.

Gavin McDonald, Sen – 5 so far.

Luke Cullinan of the 13s’, with his clean sheet this week, joins under 16 keeper, Che Clarke in third place. They both have four.

Che Clarke, U16 – 3rd

Luke Cullinan,U13 – moves up to joint

3rd with 4 clean sheets.

Steven Hughes of 15 Star and Luke Kilpatrick of the 17s bring up joint fourth spot, with three clean sheets.

Steven Hughes, U15 – three clean sheets.

Luke Kilpatrick, U17 – joint 4th with his

three shut outs.

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 - 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 and Ryan Owens for the Seconds.

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