Clodiagh
 Rangers F.C.
crest

FAI Summer Soccer School

www.summersoccerschools.ie

Pat Treacy, (087) 9543238.

24th to 28th July 2017

31 August 2014
Division 3
Streamstown Cel B
Ray McNicolas
Murty Grimes
2-3(1-1)
Clodiagh Rangers C
David Considine 2
James Horan
Clodiagh’s third team travelled to Streamstown on Sunday afternoon in need of a good performance to get their league form back on track.

A late James Horan strike secured the team’s third league win of the season and they now sit in mid table.

The visitor’s did not get off to the best of starts with Streamstown taking the lead within 2 minutes.

A corner from the right found Ray McNicolas and he headed neatly into the bottom corner.

Streamstown had the better of the opening 30 minutes however Clodiagh prevented the home team from adding to their early goal. As the half wore on Clodiagh came to terms with their opponents and started to threaten with a couple of long range efforts. Clodiagh equalised just before the break when a flick on by Darragh Brennan found David Considine on the edge of the box. Considine turned and curled an unstoppable effort past the keeper.

Streamstown came close to retaking the lead at the start of the second half however a superb save from Sam Kulczycki from a long distance strike kept the game level.

Clodiagh dominated the next 30 minutes but failed to take the lead. With 15 minutes to go they had what looked like a certain penalty waved away when Vincent Ryan was taken down inside the area. Shortly after and against the run of play Murty Grimes picked up possession inside the Clodiagh penalty area and he had time to pick his spot giving Sam Kulczycki no chance. Clodiagh responded shortly after and a through ball by Shane Kinane allowed David Considine in on goal and he finished well to level matters.

Clodiagh now felt they could get a winner. A long throw by Dominik Pastorik caused panic in the home side’s penalty box. The ball broke to James Horan who’s left footed shot from 7 yards won the game for the visitors.

The team showed great determination overall and despite a number of set backs found a way to earn a crucial win.
Team:
Sam Kulczycki, Dominik Pastorik, Morgan Greene, John Ryan Nippy, Paddy Ryan, Pat Phelan, Shane Kinane, Stephen Gleeson, Pa O’ Dwyer, David Considine and Darragh Brennan.
Subs:
Vincent Ryan, James Horan.