Carryduff U14 A 5 v 1 Dungoyne

Carryduff U14 A 5 - 1 Dungoyne
05 Dec 2015 - 11:30Lough Moss Leisure Centre

A great start and an early goal with the wind at our backs a good ball into Gary Topping from Aidan Martin, Gary played a ball round the corner to put Joseph Tunney through on goal and Joe slotted the ball under the advancing keeper for 1 – 0 .

We looked to have a second after Jamie Wilkinson played a lovely through ball for Niall Tunney but the Dungoyne keeper made a super save to keep it at 1 – 0 however Niall wasnt to be kept out for long and he got on the score sheet following a throw in , Eamon Swail gave Joe Tunney a quick one before exchanging passes and Joseph played in Niall Tunney to tuck the ball under the keeper for 2- 0 .

The third goal came after a good ball into the channel from Aidan Martin was kept in play by Gary Topping who then delivered a delighful cross which Niall Tunney headed in for his second.

We could have had a fourth after Eamon Swail and Jamie Wilkinson exchanged passes and fed Joseph Tunney who stepped inside and curled a super effort towards the top corner only for the Dungoyne keeper to pull off a top quality save.

3 – 0 at half time we looked comfortable however Dungoyne pulled onel back after the break with a goal from a corner they managed to scramble the ball over the line for 3 -1.

Joseph Tunney got his second after good work from Matthew Winchester to play in Jamie Wilkinson who played in Joseph to make it 4 – 1.

Joseph completed his hatrick again after good work from Matthew Winchester down the right he fed Rory Timoney who forced the keeper to pary his shot into Josephs path and he wasnt going to pass up the opportunity to complete his hatrick.

Jude Lynam, Aidan Martin, Matthe O ‘ Rourke , Eamon Swail, Odhran Sherry, Jamie Wilkinson, Harry Graham, Niall Tunney, Joseph Tunney, Rory Timoney, Gary Topping, Matthew Winchester, Matthew McTavish, Joe Tolan

Goal scorers
Niall Tunney – 2
Joseph Tunney – 3

Man of the match
Joseph Tunney/Eamon Swail
Great display of clinical finishing from Joe
Eamon showed super energy and was involved in everything we create