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Wexford Football League Club of the year

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Men drop points to Moyne in difficult conditions

Published: Sunday, 08 December 2019 22:14

Wexford Football League Division One

Tombrack United  1  Moyne Rangers  2

Playing in a difficult cross wind, both sides found it difficult to handle the tough weather conditions with three defensive errors causing the goals. Despite the wind, the players battled the conditions to the best of their ability but when the first goal came as a bit of a shock to everyone. A long range shot from Jamie Walshe seemed to be safely in the hands of the Moyne keeper but the wind made collecting the ball more difficult than anticipated and the ball eluded the keeper to bobble into the net for an unlikely lead. Five minutes before the break, a pass out out of defence was left short and fell kindly for the Moyne forward who lifted the ball over Eoin Carton into the goal. Tombrack started the second half strongly but were dealt a killer blow when a long through ball got caught in the wind, deceiving our defence and keeper, leaving an empty net for the Moyne player to shoot to an empty net.

After this setback, Tombrack played some of their better football and seemed to handle the conditions better with Eoghan Murphy, James Coleman and John Coleman all going close with the Moyne keeper called on to pull off some vital saves. Best chance came five minutes from time when Tombrack were awarded a free kick on the edge of the box but Kevin Kenny's well struck shot came back off the bottom of the crossbar with James Coleman just missing getting his foot to it.

This was a difficult game for both sides but the lads will feel they deserved at least a draw and all tried hard with Kieran Kenny and Bob Newe putting in strong performances

Next up is away to New Ross Celtic next Sunday

Understrength Mens B team fall to heavy defeat in Adamstown

Published: Sunday, 08 December 2019 21:53

Wexford Football League Division Five

Adamstown  7  Tombrack United  0

For various reasons, our men's second team were missing several players for this game in Adamstown and the lack of numbers proved costly as the home side recorded their first win of the season scoring seven without reply

Under 9 Girls enjoy high scoring encounter

Published: Sunday, 08 December 2019 21:50

Wexford Schoolgirls Under Nine

Tombrack United v Moyne Rangers

Our Under Nine girls played out a very enjoyable game with a young Moyne Rangers with loads of goals and plenty of entertainment for the brave crowd of parents and supporters who turned up to watch. Congratulations to both teams on an excellent game played in great spirit

Under 12 girls continue to improve

Published: Sunday, 08 December 2019 21:47

Wexford Schoolgirls Under Twelve

Tombrack United  0  Ballindaggin AFC  8

Shannon McGovern's young Under Twelve's are improving with every game and put up a brave battle before going down to a very strong Ballindaggin side, a team who will have ambitions of securing the premier title when we reach the end of the season. The girls battled hard for the full game and continue to gain experience with every game

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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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