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Strand Celtic u-14
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- wel bois!!we r strand celtic u-14s we r clas!! as u mite hav guessed we r da champs!league winners lawwwdz!we shuda won da connacht cup aswel...we lost 2 da winners in da semis 4-3!!shuda won tho!! by da way we beat st.johns 3-1 in da semis of da league!!just wanted 2 let ye know!! more dan likely we r goin 2 da galway cup lawwwdz!!
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Strand Celtic under 14 team, winners of the SLIGO CHAMPION league.
Strand Celtic 2 Real Tubber 0 Celtic got off to a flying start with the opening goal within the first minute but they had to withstand sustained pressure from the South Sligo side before sealing their win with a second goal in the closing stages.Both sides produced excellent football on a glorious night and the high level of discipline and sporting behaviour of the players a
Strand Celtic are the new holders of THE SLIGO CHAMPION under 14 League title following a thrilling 2-0 win over luckless Real Tubber at the Showgrounds on Wednesday last.
By Leo Gray
Strand Celtic 2
Real Tubber 0
Celtic got off to a flying start with the opening goal within the first minute but they had to withstand sustained pressure from the South Sligo side before sealing their win with a second goal in the closing stages.
Both sides produced excellent football on a glorious night and the high level of discipline and sporting behaviour of the players added to the overall enjoyment of what was a splendid occasion.
There were several outstanding individual performances on both sides and the general team work of the contestants reflected the preparation which the respective managers and coaches put into their squads.
As a showpiece for the Sligo/Leitrim youth league, the occasion fulfilled pre-match expectations as both teams went all out in pursuit of outright glory.
The early goal helped Strand Celtic settle into the game right from the start and clearly rattled Tubber. Gradually, however, the South Sligo boys fought their way into contention and with Celtic responding with some incisive attacking movements of their own, we were treated to a pulsating contest, with the game really coming to the boil in an action-packed second half.
Real Tubber were denied by the woodwork on one occasion, had a a goalbound effort cleared off the line in the second half, and generally kept a competent Vinnie Cadden quite busy in the Celtic goal.
At the other end, Strand attacked with purpose and invention, spraying the ball around with admirable composure and threatening the Tubber defence every time they came forward.
It was end to end stuff and the game was always in the balance until Celtic struck for the insurance goal three minutes from time.
The game got off to a sensational start when Strand raced into the lead within sixty seconds of the kick-off. A slick move ended with Niall Collery swinging in a deceptive shot from the right wing which caught the Tubber defence off guard and ended up in the back of the net.
Tubber responded instantly and the alert Paul Devins had to come to his side’s rescue with a brave tackle to deny Cian Mannion at the end of a neat three-man move.
The South Sligo side came even closer to grabbing an equaliser in the 16th minute when the impressive Mannion weaved his way through the Celtic defence but unleashing a cracking shot which crashed against the crossbar.
Celtic had another anxious moment three minutes later. On this occasion, it was Ciaran Brennan who caused the damage, cutting in from the left wing before testing Cadden with a well-struck shot.
Having survived a spell of Tubber pressure, Celtic began to impose their own attacking style on the game and almost grabbed a second goal three minutes after the restart.
A delightful move involving Irish schoolboy international, Barry O’Mahoney, and Anthony Kelly carved out a chance for the inrushing Cormac Doherty who was desperately unlucky to see his effort drift inches wide of the upright.
Minutes later, Celtic came storming forward again as O’Mahoney combined with Andre Gorman to release Colleary whose shot was well held by Tubber ‘keeper, James Connolly.
At the other end, battling Tubber came agonisingly close to grabbing an equaliser in the 45th minute.
Mannion swung over a teasing corner from the left an
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