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Wexford Football League Club of the year

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Wexford Football League Premier Division

Bridge Rovers  0  Tombrack United  2

After some good performances in the opening three league games but no points, Tombrack travelled to Castlebridge for what they knew would be a stiff test against fellow promoted side Bridge Rovers. The opening exchanges in the game were even but slowly Tombrack came to grips with the game and just before half time, Kevin Coleman put the lads ahead for a well deserved lead. The home side did make an effort to get back into the game but the Tombrack defence held firm while the midfield were exerting more and more control on the game with Kevin Kenny in exceptional form.

Ten minutes from time, James Coleman continued his good scoring form when he found the net and from that point on there was only going to be one winner as Tombrack claimed their first historic Premier Division points. Well done to Joe, Willie and all the lads who gave 100% and were well deserving of their win and also a speedy recovery to Eoghan Murphy who picked up a knee injury and had to be carted off to A&E

Wexford Football League Division Four A

Tombrack United  1  Glynn Barntown  9

This was always going to be a difficult tie as our B team took on the division favourites, Glynn Barntown. John Kavanagh put Tombrack ahead early in the game but it went downhill and although our lads made the visitors battle, they were just too sharp in front of goal and led 3-1 at the break and adding another 6 in the second half for a comfortable 9-1 win

Wexford Women's Divisional Shield

Ajax Athletic  0  Tombrack United  3

Our Women booked their place in the quarter final of the Divisional Shield when they overcame a very dogged Ajax side who worked very hard for the ninety minutes. Despite controlling the game for long periods of time, Tombrack found it difficult to break down a dogged defence until Sarah Merrigan capitalised on an error and slotted the ball into the corner of the net. It was just before half time before the second goal came after Becky Connaughton lobbed the ball over the keeper into the corner of the net for a 2-0 half time lead. Ajax continued to work hard in the second half but Kelli Magure and Tia Byrne were dominating midfield and some confusion followed for the third goal when Sarah Merrigan swung in a corner which looked to be in but was pushed clear to be knocked in by Marie Allen but was once again cleared off the line before Kelli Maguire eventually made sure. Sharon Walsh picked up a nasty ankle injury minutes later and we wish her a speedy recovery and hope the injury is not too serious. Tombrack now take on Bunclody in the final group game next Sunday with a home draw in the quarter final the prize for the winner

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Club of the Year

Did you know Tombrack United were voted the Wexford Football League Club of the Year for 2017?

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