Under 13 Kynog United V Bush Celtic

Saturday 24th January
U13 Major Division
Kynog Utd  6
Bush Celtic 1
What started out as a frosty morning with doubt as to games going ahead, the morning sunshine was a welcome visitor to Kynog park as Kynog U13 team took to the field in this their first game of the new year, With the Kynog lads hungry for a game, its was the home team who started the stronger immediately putting on the pressure on the visitors with the opening goal arriving in the 2nd minute when a Evan Treacy corner was deflected into the back of the net. Shane Morrisons was causing the Bush defence all sorts of problems as the left wingers trickery and movment was unstopable. David Hayes almost doubled the home sides scoring as his shot went narrowly wide in the 12th minute. 2 minutes later Evan Dempsey headed the ball just clipping the post. With the Home team dominating the game Bush Celtics Jack Monaghan was making some crucal interceptions. Kevin Sheridan Doubled the home team advantage with some great control and calm finashing. Bush Celtic responded minutes later with a well taken free kick which was cleared off the line by Shane Morrison. The goal of the day arrived in the 25th minute when David Hayes was fed a through ball from Evan Dempsey , Hayes whose shot was taken from some distance left the supporters in awe as it travelled over the Bush keeper and into the back of the net. The second half started with Bush responding well with Harry Dolan keeping the striking duo of Casey and McGrath at bay. Bushs persistance paid with a well dererved goal hit low under the Kynog keeper Ross Maher. Kynogs brillant passing and movement paid off as Robert Beirne linked up with Ryan Casey who scored from close range. The home teams pressure cotinued with further goals arriving from an Evan Dempsey defelcted cross and David Hayes Kynog Man of the Match finishing the scoring on the day . Credit to the visitors who never gave up as the scoreline doesnt reflect the game with Colin O Mordhain and Harry Dolan best for Bush.