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Wexford Football League Club of the year

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Men's second team battle hard against divisional favourites

Published: Monday, 20 July 2020 10:36

Wexford Football League Division Five

Tombrack United  2  Shelburne United  4

The men's second team put up a brave battle against title favourites Shelburne before eventually going down 4-2 in a match played in the warmest of the conditions. The opening exchanges of the match were even enough with both sides enjoying strong possession but on twenty minutes, Shelburne got the breakthrough when a failed clearance saw the visitors break through to take the lead. Tombrack recovered quickly and pressed forward and seven minutes later, Jamie Murphy swung in a corner and Thomas Jeffers was on the back post to shoot to the net. Shelburne started well in the second half and on the hour mark led 3-1 as they pressed forward in numbers and had a hard working home defence under pressure with Evan Murphy in the goal pulling off some excellent saves. With fifteen minutes to go, a through ball from Even Maher found Thomas Jeffers in space and he raced into the area to calmly slot the ball past the advancing keeper. Jeffers again could have scored minutes later but his shot just went wide of the post while Savo saw his effort clear the crossbar as Tombrack pressed for the equaliser. With minutes to go, Shelburne sealed the points when they caught the home side on the break and scored to ensure victory and keep the pressure on leaders Camolin. For Tombrack, Evan Murphy had a man of the match performance in goal while goalscorer Thomas Jeffers also played well while Neil Fitzpatrick also put in a strong performance

 

Women's team take a point in Corach

Published: Monday, 20 July 2020 10:25

Wexford Women's League Division One

Corach Ramblers   2   Tombrack United   2

After a thrilling end to end encounter, our Women's team came away from Corach Ramblers with a well deserved point after an exciting match where both sides came away content with a point each. Corach took the lead on 17 minutes but Tombrack bounced back quickly and seven minutes were back on level terms when Grace Gill scored to make it 1-1 and the spirited performance of the visitors was rewarded on 36 minutes when Zoe Tobin Cosgrave whipped a dangerous ball into the area that was deflected into the net by a Corach defender. The second half continued much as the first, played at a fast pace despite the intense heat and although Tombrack had probably did enough to take the three points, they conceded a goal with thirteen minutes to go. The sides will meet again in two weeks time in the semi final of the Michelle Coleman Cup in Tombrack

Vital three points for men's first team

Published: Sunday, 19 July 2020 20:44

Wexford Football League Division One

Tombrack United   2   St Cormacs   1

Our mens first team got back into action today and picked up a vital three points in their battle against relegation when they overcame fellow strugglers St Cormacs 2-1. Tombrack started well and were playing the passing fluid football which we are accustomed to seeing and were rewarded when Josh McMullen rounded off a good personal weekend with a well taken goal in a crowded penalty area. The home side could have increased that lead as Matthew Hendrick and Eoghan Murphy both had shots just wide of the post but despite enjoying most of the possession, the lads had to be content with that single goal lead at half time. Ten minutes into the second half, Jamie Murphy capitalised on some space in the penalty area and kept calm to fire home and it looked like it was job done. However, ten minutes later, their centre forward used his intelligence to draw a foul and was awarded a penalty which was duly converted resulting in a nervy finish to the game. Keeper Aaron Breslin was called on to make a vital save in injury time and that was enough to secure a very important victory

Winning return from lockdown

Published: Saturday, 18 July 2020 21:14

Wexford Youths Division Two

Camolin Celtic   0   Tombrack United   8

Our Youths team recorded their fifth win of the season as they made the short journey to Camolin and picked up a comfortable three points in an 8-0 win. Tombrack were always in control and kept the home side pegged back with Even Maher, David Power and Tommy Atkinson all scoring one goal each while Josh McMullen was in fine scoring form as he knocked in five. A good return to the playing field after the four months break and they are back in action on Tuesday evening with a home game against Gorey Celtic.

Wexford Schoolgirls Under Fourteen Division Two B

New Ross Celtic  0  Tombrack United   4

Our Under Fourteen girls returned to the top of the division with this 4-0 win away to a young Ross Celtic side who worked hard but had no answer to the strike force of the Tombrack girls. Ana Dragusan followed up her four goals in Arklow last week with a hat trick in this game and Megan Hayes also found the net as the girls moved three points clear at the top of a very competitive division

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