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U10's Enjoy First Outing Of The Year

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May. 9, 2017

In the Under 10 Competitive Game Tempo were to emerge winners by a good score however Belcoo can be proud of their efforts. Having held the opposition for the first 20minutes and competed well, the visitors took control and began to clip over scores before running out winners 0-13 (26) to 0-3 (6).

The young O’Rahilly’s were best served by Eve Barrett and Riona Keaney on the night with Matthew Whitmore, Emilie McCallion and Ciara Parker also doing well.

It was a great first outing and the players will have learned alot. Training continues Saturday 13th and Wednesday 17th May ahead of the next game against Devenish in Belcoo on Friday 19th May at 7pm.

     

(Left) Oisin Cox drives out supported by Ciara Parker and Eve Barrett... (Right) Cairenn McGrath looks to control the ball

The Under 10 Development Game was a high energy affair from start to finish. All 8 players on both sides getting stuck into it and improving as time went on. Belcoo would hold the upperhand during this particular contest with plenty of great movement, teamwork and unselfish play ending in some well taken scores from Jack O’Connor, Aaron Ashley, Dara Nolan, Conor Whitmore and Megan Maguire while Shea Killilea and Kayla McGrath worked hard in defence with Jack Barrett steady between the sticks, making some saves and finding Blue jerseys with kickouts. The O’Rahilly’s victors on a 4-15 (34) to 1-3 (7) scoreline.

Development Team:  Jack Barrett, Kayla McGrath, Shea Killilea, Aaron Ashley (1-4), Megan Maguire (0-2), Dara Nolan (1-6), Jack O’Connor (2-2), Conor Whitmore (0-1).

     

(Left) Aaron Ashley pushes his man aside as he moves forward... (Right) Jack O'Connor head up, powering forward in the Development Game

 

 

 

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