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Wexford Football League Club of the year

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Historic first point for Over 35s

Published: Saturday, 21 April 2018 21:01

Carlow League Over 35 Division Two B

Killeshin FC  2  Tombrack United  2

A much improved performance from our Over Thirty Five team saw the lads collect their first point when they drew 2-2 away to a well organised Killeshin side, a result that brings the lads back into contention in this division. The home side started well and took an early lead but Tombrack showed great character and got back on level terms through Barry Murphy, leaving the sides level 1-1 at the break.

Killeshin went back in front early in the second half and could have increased that lead when awarded a penalty which they blasted over the crossbar. Once again, the lads battled back and once again got back on level terms when Keith Kelly, who was making his debut, scored to earn Tombrack a point. Well done to everyone on a great result and hopefully we can follow that up with another strong performance next week

Under Fourteen Schoolboys

Tombrack United  2  Corach Ramblers  2

A poor first half performance from Tombrack saw Corach Ramblers go in a well deserved 2-0 ahead at half time. However a much improved second thirty five minutes saw Tombrack battle back and goals from Danny Ascott and Stephen O Toole saw the lads secure their twelfth point of the season

Youths Close in Division Three Title

Published: Friday, 20 April 2018 18:16

Tuesday April 17th

Wexford Youths Division Three

Tombrack United  5  Gorey Celtic  2

Played on a very sticky pitch in difficult weather conditions, our Youths team moved five points clear at the top of the table on Tuesday evening when they overcame a very strong Gorey Celtic side with a strong second half performance. The game was deadlocked 2-2 at the break and Celtic were proving a difficult side to break down but a well disciplined and organised second half display saw the home side pull away to win their tenth game of the season and with only two games left, they need just two points to clinch the clubs first youth title. Harry Fitzgibbon and Kevin Kenny scored two goals each with Josh McMullan continuing his good run of form to also score. Manager Willie Maher is not celebrating yet and is adamant his players concentrate on the job at hand as they head into two away games in the coming weeks against closest challengers Enniscorthy United and second from bottom Bree.

Eoghan's hat trick ensures safety

Published: Sunday, 15 April 2018 19:01

Wexford Football League Division Four A

Tombrack United  3  St Josephs  2

A dogged performance on a sticky pitch in difficult weather conditions saw our men's second team take the three points they needed to move away from the bottom three and secure their place in this division for next season. The lads started well and got to grips with the game early on with John Ryan and Eoghan Murphy causing the St Josephs defence lots of hassle and they took a deserved lead when Eoghan shot to the net. Midway through the half, Eoghan was on target again when he broke away from his marker to strike the back of the net again and scored again minutes later but was ruled offside. St Josephs did pull a goal back before Eoghan completed his hat trick to give Tombrack the three points required for safety. The visitors did pull one back before the end but it was too little too late

Wexford Women's League Division Two

Tombrack United  0  Forth Celtic  3

Division Two B champions Tombrack came up against high flying Two A champions elect, Forth Celtic in difficukt weather conditions and our girls got off to the worst possible start when conceding after just forty seconds. However, Tombrack showed great character and dug deep against a side who had only lost two matches all season and one of those was a 3-2 defeat to Premier side Ferns in the cup. This was probably the gutsiest performance from this team all season with Ashling making several vital saves in the goal while Ciara, Tia, Eimear and Mary M all worked hard in defence while Mary B, Sarah, Kelli and Shannon tracked back and pushed forward when possible while Amie and Leanne up front worked hard keeping the visitors defence on their toes. Despite the early setback, Tombrack created chances with Shannon, Sarah, Leanne and Mary B all seeing efforts go close or well saved by the keeper.

Second half saw Forth score two more with Tombrack still battling hard as Katie and Sharon came on in an effort to stem the visitors attack. While the 3-0 defeat was disappointing, the quality of the opposition must be taken into account and we look forward to meeting them again in two weeks time in the Shield semi-final

Vital Wins for Youths and Under 11 Girls, No Fairytale start for Over 35s

Published: Saturday, 14 April 2018 21:26

Under Eleven Schoolgirls Division One

Tombrack United  5  St Leonards  0

Our Under Eleven girls stretched their lead at the top of the table after they overcame a battling St Leonards side 5-0 in damp conditions this morning. Tombrack never allowed the very good visitors side to settle and controlled the game from kick off and led 2-0 at the break and continuing that sharpness in front of goal in the second half as they knocked in another three. Emer Roche and Mikayla Tobin Cosgrave scored two goals each with Megan Hayes also finding the net. The girls have one game left and a win will see them definitely crowned champions while other games in the division may also have a bearing on what eventually happens

Youths Division Three

Gorey Rangers B  2  Tombrack United  7

Our Youths continue to lead the way in their division as they travelled to Gorey Rangers and overcame the home side second string 7-2. The lads were always comfortably in control and led all the way against a hard working home side who tried hard but had no answer to a strong overall performance from the Tombrack lads. Leading 5-1 at the

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