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Wexford Football League Club of the year

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As a mark of respect to the Murphy family, all games scheduled to be played in Ballyboy were postponed and only away games went ahead.


Men’s Creane and Creane Wexford Cup Second Round

Killenagh Wanderers  3  Tombrack United  4  (after extra time)

Our men’s first team had to come from behind twice to overcome a very hard working and determined Killenagh Wanderers side to book their place in the third round of the competition. Matthew Hendrick opened the scoring for Tombrack when he reacted quickest after the Killenagh keeper had saved a Rory Newe penalty but Matty was on hand to knock in the rebound. The home side led 2-1 when Kevin Kenny found space to send an unstoppable shot to the back of the net and bring the sides level, only for Killenagh to work themselves ahead again courtesy of an own goal. Tombrack continued to work hard and were rewarded when Eoin Carton scored to make it 3-3 and so the game moved into extra time. The hard work and commitment of the visitors paid off when new signing Josh O Byrne worked himself into a good position to score what proved to be the winner. Overall, this was another strong hard working performance from the lads and they deserved their place in the last thirty two. At the end of the game, it was announced that Kevin Kenny was leaving to go play with Wexford Youths Under Nineteen National League squad and all in the club would like to wish Kevin the best of luck and hope he has a successful season


New Ross Town A  8  Tombrack United  0

Our B team were always going to find life difficult against Ross Town’s first team and although they managed to keep them at bay for the opening fifteen minutes, it all went pear shaped after that and the superior fitness and finishing of the home team was clinical as they knocked in eight without reply. The lads can now get back to concentrating on getting away from the relegation zone and hopefully get a good run in the Gwyn Jones Cup


Wexford Women’s League Division Two

Fastnet Rovers 2  Tombrack United  5

The women always find Fastnet a difficult place to get three points but in this match they were always in control and moved joint top of the table courtesy of this win. Two goals from Sarah Merrigan and one from Aimee Dreelan had Tombrack in control before the home side pulled one back just before the break. Two goals in quick succession from Shannon McGovern had Tombrack well in control and although Fastnet scored a late penalty, the women did enough to pick up their fifth win of the season and move joint top of the table with Corach Ramblers


Wexford Schoolboys Under Twelve Division Three

Campile United  0  Tombrack United  1

A Cathal Byrne goal was enough to see our Under Twelve boys pick up a vital three points away from home and move up into second place in the table and remain unbeaten after four games

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Club of the Year

Did you know Tombrack United were voted the Wexford Football League Club of the Year for 2017?

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