The under 12’s have secured promotion to the Premier Division next year. This Thursday they have the opportunity to win the Division 1 title against Rockmount at HOME KO 7:30. Please help show your support for the team by coming to the match.
A goal from Sean and Eoin ensure a 2-1 win over Riverstown in what was a very scrappy game.
Blarney under 14’s played host to Carrigaline Hibs on Friday evening for and eagerly awaited cup tie. Blarney continued their winning form a and deserved the victory over a very tough and resilient Carrigaline team. Blarney had some early chances and would have taken an lead only for some fine saves by the Hibs keeper, the breakthrough did come however after 20 minutes when Dylan Constant got his chance and with some neat footwork he slotted it home with aplomb.
Carrigaline to their credit created chances at the start of the second half but the Blarney defence held strong. The tie was put to bed in the second half when a good through ball found Conor O Riordan and he finished well. The result means Blarney progress to the next round away to St Mary’s Tuesday night.
It was a good performance by the team and we will give man of the match to both Adam Higgins and Luke Keogh.
Best of luck to Arran Healy and Jerry Murphy who are playing for Cork Schoolboys in the Inter Leagues All Ireland Final this Sunday in Cahir.
|After the defeat to St Mary´s, the team had extra motivation and playing on the grass in O’Shea´s park for the first time only added to their determination to do well.
We played our best soccer this year against Avondale , passing the ball like Barcelona, two goals to Michael Carey, one for Sean another two Isaac and a final goal to Jacob resulted in a 5-2 win.
The Final is now on Wednesday May 10th in Turners Cross K.O. 7:45 v Carrigaline. Your support would be really welcome
Blarney 2 – 1 St Marys
This was a terrific and deserved win away to St Marys in the local cup semi final.
St Marys took the lead after 15 mins from a long range free kick that somehow went all the way into the net. Blarney equalized after 30 mins, again from a long range free kick that was dropped by there goalkeeper and knocked in from close range by Cian Connolly. From the start of the 2nd half Blarney took control all over the park. 15 minutes into the half Blarney took a deserved lead. After a quick break from defence the ball was crossed from the left which broke to the edge of there box to the on coming Michael O Mahony. He struck a superb goal which gave there keeper no chance. This was a goal that deserved to be a match winner, which proved to be the case. They now can look forward to defending the trophy they won last season, and if they perform anywhere near like the semi final, then there in with a great chance.