Carryduff U14 A 3 v 0 St.Marys

Carryduff U14 A 3 - 0 St.Marys
03 May 2016 - 18:45Grove pitch 1
After fighting our way through the traffic we got going half an hour late but we put on another good performance.
Carryduff started at a tempo which was causing St.Marys problems Odhran Sherry hit the bar with a super strike 30 yards out, Joseph Tunney and Jamie Wilkinson had good efforts narrowly wide.
St.Marys forced Ewan Wilson in goal to make a good save diving to his left and turning round the post to keep out a powerful shot.
After half time we continued to play on the front foot and it looked only a matter of time before we took the lead.
The first goal was a great move with Eamon Swail delivering a super ball for Matthew Winchester to beat the keeper to the ball and lob it over him for a deserved 1- 0 lead.
The partnership in defence of Aidan Martin and Rhys Worthington is looking very good with Jude Lynam at left back solid and assured as usual, and Odhran Sherry on the right was driving forward and linking up well with Eamon Swail.
Jamie Wilkinson Matthew O ‘ Rourke  Joseph Tunney and Niall Tunney in midfield were breaking up St.Marys attacks and playing well with the final ball just eluding us.
The second goal was a brilliant move the ball being played up to Declan Magee on the half way line he played a first touch pass to Eamon Swail down the right, he beat his man on the outside and put over a super cross for Declan Magee to head home for 2 – 0 and a brilliant goal.
The third goal quickly followed after great work from Gary Topping in the middle of the pitch he held the ball up and feed Matthew Winchester down the left  he  beat his man on the edge of the box before firing an unstopable shot past the keeper from a tight angle.
Well done lads a good performance lets keep it going and finish the season on a high.
Ewan Wilson, Aidan Martin, Rhys Worthington ,Odhran Sherry, Jude Lynam, Matthew O ‘Rourke, Niall Tunney, Jamie Wilkinson, Eamon Swail, Joseph Tunney, Declan Magee , Gary Topping, Matthew Winchester.
Goal scorers 
Matthew Winchester – 2 
Declan Magee 
Man of the match 
Eamon Swail –  back after a few weeks out with a hand injury and put over 3 super crosses and played well causing problems for the St.Marys left back.