Team news: Under 10 - senior men

November 8, 2018

Under 10
The under 10’s have a friendly on Saturday  next at 11am at home v Glenfin. Players are asked to meet at the pitch at 10.30 please.
Under 12

The under 12’s had a convincing home win against Naomh Colmcille on Wednesday night. This was another all round good team performance. The bulk of the scoring was done in the first half. With wholesale changes in the second half Naomh Colmcille held their own only for St. Marys to score two late goals. The team have no game next week with training on Wednesday at 5:30. Their next game is away to Robert Emmetts on Wednesday 22nd April. Scorers:  Gavin McLaughlin, James Kee, John Toye, Jack Blake, Simon McGlynn, Luke Witherow, Ronan Kelly, Darren Bonner.

Under 16 and minors
The under 16 team had a 3 11 to 1 5 victory over Fanad Gaels in Trialocha on Good Friday. They completely dominated the opening half and had a commanding lead at half time. Fanad came more into the game in the second half but St. Marys always had enough in store to record a good victory. The best displays came from Osin Porter at full back, the Donnellan brothers, John A Kee and Raymond Mc Namee at midfield while Anthony Browne, Peter Blake, Emmett Patterson and Michael Black did well in the forward line. Sean Haughey also gave a good performance in goals. Scorers: Peter Blake 2 2, Ryan Kettle 0 4, Anthony Browne 1 4, Dean Bonner 0 1. Their next game is at home v Cloughaneely on Friday at 7pm. The minors have a friendly at home this evening at 7pm v Glenfin. Training for under 16’s and minors continues on Wednesday evenings.

The reserve team lost 3 10 to 1 8 against Downings on Saturday. They led 1 5 to 1 3 at half time but Downings controlled the second half. Scorers: Chris Kyle 0 2, Ciaran Porter 0 2, Emmett Kelly 1 0, Eugene Mc Ginley 0 2 and Conor Mc Nulty 0 2.

The seniors played Downings at home last weekend, the visitors held the upper hand in the first half and lead by one point at half time. The home side were grateful to keeper, Emmett Doherty for       two magnificent saves in the opening period. St. Mary’s upped the tempo in the second half and wonderful free taking by Padraig Porter helped Convoy into a three point lead with a minute to go. Downings piled on the pressure and a hopeful punt into the danger area was punched to the net leaving the final score 0-12 to 1-09. Scorers: Padraig Porter 0-8, Packie Mailey 0-2, Liam Prunty 0-1, Gary Patton 0-1. The next game is away to Letterkenny Gaels. Training continues on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.