Under 12 match Report Kynog United V Kilcock

Saturday 29th March
U12 Shield
Kynog United 1
Kilcock Celtic 4
Kilcock Celtic advanced to the next round of the shield after a convincing victory over Kynog United. The visitors started brightly forcing a number of corners but were unable to convert any chances that fell their way as the strong defence of Dylan Herbert, Robert Beirne ,Kevin O,Brien and Jordan Power were alert. Somewhat against the run of play Kynog United opened the scoring in the 15th minute when Jamie Moore volley home from the edge of the penalty area. The same player continued to produce an outstanding performance troughtout the whole game. Declan Keane and Darren Acton had to be alert as The home team than had a good spell of position with Shane Morrison shooting narrowly wide and Brian McGrath forcing Shane Laheen to dive full length to push the ball around the post. Kilcock responded with an equalizer in the 23rd minute following a corner when Aaron Brilly was on hand to find the back of the net. Half time arrived with the sides level. The early stages of the second half saw a midfield battle for position from Evan Treacy Kynog United and Kilcocks Stephen Farrell with both players giving their all .Kilcock introduced Marious who made a instant impact on the game. The home team almost scored when a Shane Morrison pass found Brian McGrath whose shot could'nt beat Shane Laheen. Kilcock upped their game and deservedly retook the lead when Conor Sheridan scored from close range. As Kynog pushed forward in search of an equalizer Kilcock added forward goals from Willie Bright and Alan Brilly. Despite the score line Kynog United chances were a plenty and were best served by Robert Beirne and Man of the match Ross Maher the Kynog goalkeeper who continues to improve and impress. Kynog United would like to wish Kilcock Celtic the best of luck in the Next round of the U12 Shield.