Rangers F.C.

FAI Summer Soccer School

Pat Treacy, (087) 9543238.

23th to 27th July 2018

11 April 2011
Premier Division
Clodiagh Rangers
Mark Quinlan
Paudie Ryan
Michael Muldowney
Tadgh Kennedy
Clodiagh Rangers wrapped up their ill-fated Premier League campaign in Drombane on Friday evening last in quasi-positive fashion.
This match saw the home side entertain Moneygall 'A' in somewhat of a dead-rubber affair with both sides playing out their final fixture in perfect autonomy as the result could not impact either team's league position, or the position of anyone else for that matter.
A patched Clodiagh Rangers line-up dominated the early phases of play and raced into a deserved two-goal lead, with first Mark Quinlan, and then Paudie Ryan getting on the scoresheet.
The home side lost their way a little towards the end of the half and allowed Monegall back into the contest courtesy of a goal by Michael Muldowney.
The visitors, buoyed by this turn of fortune, pressed hard for an equalizer in the second half and were not to be denied as Tadgh Kennedy rose highest from a corner to score midway through the half.
The remainder of the game was played out in combative fashion with neither team capable of producing a winner. And thus Clodiagh Rangers 'A' completed their return to the Premier League with a home draw, leaving them rooted to the bottom of the table on six points, and the prospect of Division One football next August.
Adrian Cooke; Michael Browne, Paul English, Shane O'Dwyer, Keith Ryan; Paudie Ryan, John Ryan [C], John O'Dwyer, Rory Ryan; Patrick Purcell, Mark Quinlan.