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U15 Premier, Caherdavin Celtic 2-6 Newport Town AFC A

Wednesday, April 11 2018 (Greenhills)

Scorers: Killian O’Sullivan 2, Jay Ryan, Johnny Ryan, Eoin McLoughlin & Daniel Egan

The Newport U15A boys travelled in to a soggy Cahardavin pitch to renew their premiership rivalry with the Caherdavin Boys . Since arriving in the Premier League Newport have had some very tough battles with this team and never more so that when meeting them on their own tight pitch on the Ennis Road . You are always going t to get a tough physical battle against Caherdavin but the hope was that the Newport boys could continue their upward performance trend and be able to produce a performance that would ensure the went home to Newport with some points . Thankfully we were not disappointed ……

Newport produced one of their best performances of the season and showed how important it was to be back playing football matches on a regular basis . From the off the Newport were up from this both physically and from a football perspective . They went 1 nil up with a goal from Cilian O Sullivan and the early goal drove the confidence within the team . Caherdavin did have a penalty which was missed and this allowed Newport to drive on and take full control of the game . The scored 2 more goals in the first half when Eoin mc Louglin and Jay Ryan scored to leave the half time score as 3 nil to the Newport boys – what a first half !! and the lads and management were rightly delighted with their efforts in the first 35 mins . Continue reading