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Arklow u16s fly flag for wdsl

Fielding a team entirely made up of arklow town players, dara verney put the away side in Weddings homepage front.

Clive crammond then doubled that lead with a stunning longrange effort into the top corner.That feat was matched by republic of ireland international shane murray, which had the visitors 30 ahead by half time.

Ian reid notched the fourth in the second period.Just 24 hours earlier, reid had captained the wdsl under 15 team to a fine 11 draw away to the ndsl at the oscar traynor road in the john farrell cup.

John kearons gave the garden county outfit a first half lead that was cancelled out by the dubliners before the interval.

Elsewhere in the under 12 jim cashin cup, wicklow came from 10 and 21 down to defeat kildare last saturday week.

Sean o'brien and darragh byrne popped with equalisers for wicklow before kaelin broughan grabbed the crucial score in kilcullen in the leinster section group a fixture.

Gritty rovers on top in amazing cup tie

In a truly remarkable game, wicklow rovers a advanced to round four of the u11 sfai mentonseery cup after a dramatic penalty shootout win over park vale.

The match itself finished 66 after extra time with the hosts never being in front at whitegates last sunday week(November 16).They trailed 30 after 15 minutes with jake butterworth and patrick finnegan pulling two goals back by the interval.

Fred mchugh then levelled the third round match at 33 in the second half of normal time.The Cocktail Dresses Online Shop visitors went 43 back ahead only for aaron garvey to square the tie again.

A goal in each period gave the rathfarmham outfit a 64 lead in extra time.Mchugh brought the score to 65 with a late own goal ensuring penalties.

In the shootout, wicklow keeper conor lincoln saved two 12yarders.Mchugh, butterworth, liam kavanagh and garvey slotted in their attempts for rovers to earn an away trip to cabinteely in the next stage.

Arklow town under 16 b team joined their a's in round four of the sfai barry cup after a penalty hootout success over ardmore rovers.

The match at a muddy bridgewater centre park ended 11.The black and white's took the lead when des bermingham was first to react after ardmore had cleared off the line.

But rovers fought back to draw level in the second half.Extra time failed to separate the sides.

And that allowed arklow goalkeeper nathan condell to centre stage.He made two wonderful saves to thwart the bray side from 12 yards as the hosts won 33.

Stuart o'neill, james graham and patrick byrne converted their efforts for the hosts.It sets up a home meeting with park vale in round four with a place in the last 32 of the national competition up for grabs for the winners.

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