Maximum points for Rearcross U-13's in Nenagh
Rearcross U-13's were on their travels to Nenagh on Monday evening and recorded a 6-2 win over the Brickfields side. The Rea boys attacked from the off with a Ryan Quigley cross whizzing across box before going out for a goal kick. The visitors hit the front when a kick out by the Nenagh keeper fell to Jonathan Dawson who found the back of the net with a well struck shot on 12 minutes. The Nenagh custodian was going to have a busy evening and made 2 great saves from Jonathan Dawson in 16th and 17th min to keep the scoreline intact. It was two nil to Rea with brilliant goal by Ciaran McLoughlin and a contender for goal of the season after Conor Nolan produced the trickery on the right wing before crossing in to the box as the inrushing Ciaran McLoughlin volley first time to the back of the net. Conor Nolan opened his account after Patrick Carr supplied the perfect pass before rifling past the Nenagh keeper to give Rearcross a 3 nil advantage at the half time whistle.
The Slieve Felim side made the early running in the 2nd half and tacked on goal number 4 when Conor Nolan was on target following a Jonathan Dawson assist. The Brickfields no 1 produced a fine save to deny Jonathan Dawson and then the deficit was reduced with a superb free kick effort from outside the box. Conor Nolan restored the Rea advantage with a well worked goal after being set through on goal by Ciaran McLoughin. Full credit to a Nenagh side that didn't throw in the towel and pegged a goal back again with a terrific individual goal who skipped passed a number of Rearcross players. Darragh Reyolds came out of goal in the 2nd half and threatened in front of goals before being fouled but was luckless with the resulting penalty. Man of the match Conor Nolan capped off an excellent performance with his 4th goal of the evening after great build up play involving Jonathan Dawson and Patrick Carr.
Rearcross U-13's: Darragh Reynolds, Michael Collins, Jack Hickey, James Costell0, Andrew Hanley, Cathal Hickey, Patrick Carr, Ciaran McLoughlin, Jonathan Dawson, Conor Nolan, Ryan Quigley
Subs: Sean Ryan, Conor McInerney, Patrick Hanley, Liam O’Dwyer, Sean Guidera
Report by Shane Reynolds
|19 September 2022||11:02 PM||2022|