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Wexford Football League Club of the year

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Under Fourteen Girls secure league title

Published: Saturday, 29 August 2020 10:02

Friday August 28th

Wexford Schoolgirls Under Fourteen Division Two B

Corach Ramblers  2  Tombrack United  4

Our Under Fourteen girls made the long journey to Carrig On Bannow on Friday evening needing a point to secure the league title but taking on a home side who still had title ambitions of their own. A nervous start saw Tombrack concede after just three minutes when Corach broke away to score a well taken goal but the girls showed great character and worked hard for an equaliser and were rewarded just before half time when Ali Byrne scored to bring the sides level. The early stages of the second half belonged to Tombrack and a suberb solo effort from Eabha Guinan put the girls ahead and when Ana Dragusin made it 3-1, it looked as if the title was safe and secure. Corach showed their fighting spirit at this stage and a long range effort midway through the half found the net after Tombrack had failed to clear the ball safely. Tombrack continue to press forward and five minutes from time Ciara Kenny scored to insure the three points and the a well deserved title

Congratulations to Pat and Will on a great season, only beaten once, working off a small squad but producing the big performances when needed to run out well deserved champions. Congratulations to all the players who put in a fantastic effort all season winning eleven of their twelve games in one of the leagues most competitive divisions where Coolboy and Corach were in contention right up to the end, well done to all.

 

Under Fourteen girls just need one more point

Published: Sunday, 23 August 2020 13:38

Friday August 21st

Wexford Schoolgirls Under Fourteen Division Two B

Tombrack United  2  Coolboy Rangers  1

A thrilling schoolgirls game see our Under Fourteen schoolgirls move to within a point of the league title after a late goal saw them overcome closest challengers Coolboy Rangers 2-1. A closely contested first half saw Tombrack go 1-0 ahead when a low well struck effort from Ana Dragusan hit the back of the net despite the best efforts of the Coolboy keeper. The visitors came out much stronger in the second half and scored early on to set up a very exciting final half hour as both sides pushed for the win with Tombrack hitting the crossbar while Coolboy saw a shot strike the post. Three minutes from the end, Tombrack got the vital breakthrough when Megan Hayes broke down the line and her well struck effort sailed into the top corner of the net for what proved to be the winner. The girls now have one game left away to Corach Ramblers and a point will see the girls secure the Division Two B title

Men close off season away to champions

Published: Sunday, 23 August 2020 13:26

Sunday August 16th

Wexford Football League Division One

North End United B  3  Tombrack United  0

After the heroics after the last few weeks where the lads had done just enough to avoid the relegation so this game was difficult to get motivated for but once the game kicked off, the natural competitive edge kicked in. However it was the home side, who needed a point to win the title, who got the ideal start and scored after just two minutes but despite this setback, Tombrack reacted well and battled hard to get back on level terms. Early in the second half saw some good work between Savo and Jamie Walshe put the ball in the net but to be ruled offside, unfairly in the mind of the Tombrack players

Aaron Breslin was busy in the Tombrack goal but the home side pressure eventually paid off eight minutes from time when they scored a second and they rounded off a title winning 3-0 win, a result that somewhat flattered the home side

Our lads put in a mixed season, starting well, falling away badly before lockdown but recovering well in post-lockdown to pick up vital points with the home draw against Bridge Rovers proving to be the crucial result in the end. It was a season where the squad showed great character to pull themselves out of trouble when they needed to do so and can now look forward to the new season which will start sometime in October

Over 35s competitive until final quarter

Published: Sunday, 23 August 2020 12:48

Saturday August 15th

Carlow Over Thirty Five League

Carlow Rovers  5  Tombrack United  2

Our Over Thirty Five side travelled to Carlow last Saturday and despite putting in a strong performance, the home side pulled away in the final quarter to run out flattering 5-2 winners. Goals from Liam Doyle and Willie Maher had Tombrack well in the game and it looked like the lads might get from this game but three late goals from the home side saw them take all three points

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