Apr 20 2016


Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 9:02 am

Erris Under 13’s had their sternest test yet against Ballyheane on a gorgeous evening at Carne Nash.
Erris missed several opportunities to score and were made to pay as the visitors took the lead after ten minutes. This was the first time Erris had been behind in a game all season and the packed stand was anxious to see how they would respond.
Sluggishly, was the answer, as chance after chance went begging. Eventually, Molly O’Connor dinked a ball through to Dylan Togher who made no mistake. 1-1.
Waiting patiently on the bench was Adam Conroy, who due to injuries and confirmations had missed the early part of the season. He had his new boots on and wanted to test them out.
Erris continued to struggle, Adam looked at managers Lenny and Des and wondered how much longer this would go on.
The substitution was made and within thirty minutes, Adam had scored a hat trick and Erris were home and hosed.
Ciaran Cawley got the goal of the night, which along with a late consolation goal made it a final score of us 5 them 2.
Connor Barrett defended magnificently, Eoin Walsh was inspirational and Tony Lavelle controlled the midfield.
Much of our frustration was caused by an Erris man as Luca Meldrum (Sarina Reilly’s lad) was outstanding in goal for Ballyheane.
Owen Doherty made an incredible goal line clearance as he somehow hooked the ball over the bar when the whole world thought it was going in. The problem was, it was their goal line as another chance slipped by.
The rules in training are that if you miss an open goal then you kneel down and recite a Hail Mary. Owen, Tony and Dylan, amongst many others, went home with their rosary beads as they will have decades of them to offer up to make up for all the missed chances.
No training this weekend, check your newsletter and go to mass, it might be of more use to us.

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