Congratulations to Mark Tex Shannon on winning the first round.
Round 2 Starts Saturday 14th after the International Break. See facebook for details.
Both the A and B teams picked up 3 points at the weekend against different Rosslare teams. The A team were at home to Rosslare Strand and the B Team traveled to Rosslare Port.
Enniscorthy Town A 4 – 2 Rosslare Strand
Goals from Player/Manager Mark Heffernan, Joe Hyland and a brace from Wayne Doyle saw the A team play out a comfortable win against Rosslare Strand.
Rosslare Port 0 – 1 Enniscorthy Town
Dean Horan scored the B Team’s only goal direct from a corner which the keeper fumbled into the net. The Town were reduced to 10 men with 15 minutes to go when Ciaran O’Neill was harshly shown a second yellow for an innocuous foul; but they galvanised and held on for their second win in a row.
This Sunday 20th November, the A team face Rathnure away, while the B team are at home to Boolavogue. Both games kick off at 11am.
Entry is €10 per person.
New first team manager Mark Heffernan will take training for the first time this Thursday 7th July at 7.30pm at Pearse Road.
Players are advised to arrive early and be ready to train at 7.30.
All new players welcome! See you on the pitch Thursday!!
In a thrilling 3 – 2 victory over Kilmore, Enniscorthy Town Under 14’s were crowned champions of Division 3A.
A hat-rick from captain DJ Murphy was enough to see them clinch the title in a tense match.
Well done boys, thoroughly deserved!!
Don’t forget to book a place now for Enniscorthy Town’s FAI Summer Soccer School at http://www.summersoccerschools.ie/
Enniscorthy Town 2 – 2 Moyne Rangers B.
Ajax B 1 – 2 Enniscorthy Town B.
The First Team were held to a 2 – 2 draw at home to local rivals Moyne Rangers. Goals from Darren Cullen and Joe Hyland were not enough to see out the game.
Meanwhile the B team travelled all of 1/2 mile to Pa Mernagh Park to face Ajax athletic. Goals from Danny O’Brien and Jim O’Connor put the Town ahead before Ajax pulled one back near the end to set up a tight finish. The Town held on to claim the three points which should see them safe in the Division.