FAI Youth Cup quarter-final
Cahir Park 1 Castle Bridge Celtic 2
So how could it possibly happen – a team so far ahead in possession lose control of a game for a 15 minute period and, in the process, lose their semi-final spot in the FAI Youth Cup? Such was the case with a rampant Cahir Park youth team on Saturday who had 70% of the first-half possession but still only led by a solitary goal at the break.
This fact they were to rue by game end and after some very wayward second-half finishing from the hosts, it was Castle Lyons’ Castle view Celtic who marched on for a home tilt against Castlebar or Letterkenny.
Cahir Park AFC: Niall Murphy, Mikey O’Connor, Aaron Murphy, John O’Connor, Cormac Looby, Barry Cooney, Ian Flannery, Niall McKenna, Gerry Cronin, Liam Casey, Darren McGrath. Subs: David Finnane for Barry Cooney, Anthony Condon for Ian Flennery, Paddy Kennelly, Kevin Griffin, William Dunne, Woijcek Cymerys, Joey Doyle, Stephen Duggan.
TSDL League Division One
Cullen-Lattin 0 Cahir Park 4
Well done to St. Kieran’s FC from Cahir who executed a double win of both League and Shield on Sunday, March 24, last in the Clonmel Credit Union Division 4 League. Keep up the good work lads!
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