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Boys U9 Football and Hurling

Manager:

John McCarthy (F),Enda McHugh (H)

Contact:

John McCarthy johnkmccarthy75@gmail.com 0879393427 (F)

Enda McHugh enda20@gmail.com 0877647811 (H)

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Match Reports

Under 9 Hurling

27 September, 2014

The boys U9 hurling team participated in the U9 hurling blitz in Bohernabreena on Saturday morning 27th Sept 2014 where they played 3 games against the hosts St Anne’s, St Marks and Stars of Erin. All 11 players performed excellently and demonstrated great skill, commitment and teamwork. Panel: Kyle Plunkett, Cathal Ryan, Finn Redmond, Cillian Ryder, Rafe O Midheach, Harry Pierce, Conor Broderick, Sean Kenny, Fionn Laffan Moran, James Healy, Ciaran Kelly. Bainisteoir - Muiris O’ Ceallaigh....

Under 9 Hurlers V Naas

13 November, 2010

The Under 9 Hurlers played Naas on Saturday last. Firstly we played 2 small-sided games. That was followed by a full game against the Nás na Ríogh men. This was a fixture where Bray sampled a squad with a lot of skill and hunger, a team which gave us valuable lessons on the importance of team work and each team member putting his shoulder to the wheel. Flying the Emmet Bhré flag in that regard was the tenacious Brian Nesbitt, new-comer Rian Knox and the ever-solid David Maloney. Táimid ag traenáil arís ar an Satharn ag a 10am. Go dtí sin ! Emmet Bhré - Under 9. Aaron Graham, Brian Nesbitt, Conor Hardiman, Craig Pritchard, David Maloney, David Nesbitt, Gavin Henderson, Jamie Baguley, Joe Dillon, Michael Timmons, Nick Hederman, Rian Knox, Rory Lambe, Sarah Lambe, Seán McDonagh, Zak Jenciragic. ...

Under 9 hurlers in Kilmacud Crokes Hurling tournament

17 October, 2010

The Under 9 hurlers played in a Kilmacud Crokes Hurling tournament last Sunday. We played 3 great games, reaching the final of our section. In the first game against Na Fianna, Mobhi Rd, Bray got off to a flying start with Rory Lambe scoring 1-5 in the first half. Conor Dowling scored a fine goal too and covered great ground all day. Jamie Baguley, our most improved hurler, played best against Kilmacud in the second game. The toughest and final game pitched us against Faughs. In the final, Gavin Henderson gave a 110% to the Emmet Bhré efforts. The stand-out player over the 3 games was David Maloney who gave a masterclass in defence, bravery and tenacity. Leighton Glynn, Wicklow and Ireland star, had spoken to the boys the day before in Bray Emmets. We felt his ever-encouraging words and personal immpecable playing standards gave the team a genuine lift. Tá súil againn go n-éiríonn go hiontach leis arís in aghaidh na hAstrálaigh. Emmet Bhré - Under 9. Aaron Graham, Conor Dowling, Conor Hardiman, Darragh McCormack, David Maloney, David Nesbitt, Gavin Henderson, Jamie Baguley, Michael Timmons, Nick Hederman, Rory Lambe, Sarah Lambe, Seán McDonagh. The Under 9 hurlers played in a Kilmacud Crokes Hurling tournament last Sunday. We played 3 great games, reaching the final of our section. In the first game against Na Fianna, Mobhi Rd, Bray got off to a flying start with Rory Lambe scoring 1-5 in the first half. Conor Dowling scored a fine goal too and covered great ground all day. Jamie Baguley, our most improved hurler, played best against Kilmacud in the second game. The toughest and final game pitched us against Faughs. In the final, Gavin Henderson gave a 110% to the Emmet Bhré efforts. The stand-out player over the 3 games was David Maloney who gave a masterclass in defence, bravery and tenacity. Leighton Glynn, Wicklow and Ireland star, had spoken to the boys the day before in Bray Emmets. We felt his ever-encouraging words and personal immpecable playing standards gave the team a genuine lift. Tá súil againn go n-éiríonn go hiontach leis arís in aghaidh na hAstrálaigh. Emmet Bhré - Under 9. Aaron Graham, Conor Dowling, Conor Hardiman, Darragh McCormack, David Maloney, David Nesbitt, Gavin Henderson, Jamie Baguley, Michael Timmons, Nick Hederman, Rory Lambe, Sarah Lambe, Seán McDonagh. ...

Bray Emmets V Faughs (hurling)

7 October, 2010

An Under 9 / 10 hurling selection play two Faughs teams in Emmet Park last Thursday. The games were played in a very sporting yet keenly competitive way with the tightest of margins separating the two clubs. Beimid ag imirt arís ar an Domhnach seo i gCill Mochuda na Crócaigh i gcomórtas iomána fé 9. Emmet Bhré - Under 9 / 10 :Aaron Graham, Conor Dowling, Conor Hardiman, Craig Pritchard, Darragh McCormack, David Maloney, David Nesbitt, Gavin Henderson, Jamie Baguley, Joe Dillon, Michael Connolly, Michael Timmons, Nick Hederman, Rory Lambe, Sarah Lambe, Seán McDonagh, Zak Jenciragic. Under 10 : Andrew O'Brien, Cian Lohan, Joe Phelan and Sid Hunt. ...

Under 9 footballers V St Anne's Bohernabreena

23 September, 2010

The Under 9 footballers played St Anne's Bohernabreena Thursday night. Apart from the heavy rain, the competition was keen and the standard of Football sharp. Two Bray seven-a-sides played their Tallaght counterparts. Jamie Baguley and Conor Hardiman played skillfully for their team while Michael Connolly and Gavin Henderson worked hard on the other side. Beimid ag traenáil arís Dé Sathairn ag 10am i bPáirc Emmet Bhré. Emmet Bhré - Under 9.Aaron Graham, Brian Nesbitt, Conor Hardiman, Craig Pritchard, Darragh McCormack, David Maloney, David Nesbitt, Gavin Henderson, Jamie Baguley, Joe Dillon, Michael Connolly, Matthew Connolly, Michael Timmons, Nick Hederman, Rory Lambe, Sarah Lambe, Seán McDonagh, Zak Jenciragic . ...

U9 Hurlers Blitz V Kilcoole

11 September, 2010

The Under 9 Hurlers Played A Blitz With The Under 10's From Both Kilcoole And Bray As Part Of The Kick Fada And Unveiling Celebrations In New Emmet Park On Saturday Last. It Was A Very Useful Exercise To Hurl Against The Stronger, Faster U10 Men. No Mercy Was Shown But The Younger Charges Stood Up Well. Ronan Mcmahon Provided A Defensive Wall, While David Maloney Battled Beyond The Pain Barrier In Midfield. Good Scores Came From Darragh Rochford, Gavin Henderson And Rory Lambe, While David Nesbitt Played Well In Goal. Bhí Lá Fada Taitneamhach Againn Ar Fad Ag Féachaint Is Ag Foghlaim Ó Leithéidí Alan Mccrabbe. Emmet Bhré - Under 9. Aaron Graham, Conor Hardiman, Craig Pritchard, Darragh Mccormack, David Maloney, David Nesbitt, Gavin Henderson, Jamie Baguley, Joe Dillon, Michael Timmons, Nick Hederman, Oisín Drury, Rory Lambe, Sarah Lambe, Seán Mcdonagh. ...

Under 9's V St Mark's Tallaght

29 June, 2010

Hurlers and Footballers played their return-leg against St Mark's Tallaght, Tuesday night. Once again, two very closely tied games took place between these evenly matched squads. On the hurling end, David Maloney and Conor Dowling made a difference with their anticipation and competitive qualities. Bray footballers played better distribution football, which in turn yielded more scores and closed down St Mark's attacks quicker. The players who distinguished themselves were Jamie Baguley and Nick Hederman. Those elements of play also particularly pleased Mentors, Colm McDonagh and Larry Timmons on the night. Táimid ag glacadh sos traenála fé láthair mar is eol daoibh. Bainigí taitneamh uile as sin. Go dtí an Satharn, 14 Lúnasa 2010. Emmet Bhré - Under 9. Conor Dowling, Craig Pritchard, David Maloney, Eoin Fitzsimons, Jamie Baguley, Michael Connolly, Michael Timmons, Nick Hederman, Oisín Drury, Rory Lambe, Sarah Lambe, Seán McDonagh. ...

Liffey Gaels

5 July, 2009

Liffey Gaels visited Bray Emmets for the final Under 9 game of the season. As 18 players turned out for both teams, we held two games with Bray winning 18-12 in the first and coming very close in the second 18-24. Game A saw Eoghan Potts stop Liffey Gaels in defense and linked up with Niall Groves whose running kept the opponents on the backfoot. Ben Kearny and Noah Cummins controlled midfield with Cathal Ryan and Paul Walsh making valuable blocks. Cian Kavanagh and Oisin O'Duil kept a tight defense ensuring Bray controlled the game. Once Shane Slattery moved into centre-forward, he quickly scored 6 points. Game B saw Ben Fay Foley, Cormac Kelly and Shane McDermott controlling play for long periods. Fiachra Murphy and Paddy Redmond, Lochlann Dougan all linked up well, making valuable blocks. Anton Rivas, Daniel Lindsay and Rory continued to pressure until the final whistle of a very close game. Special thanks to referee, Harry Stephenson. ...

Round Towers

1 May, 2009

He added a further goal and a point in the first half leaving the half time score, Bray Emmets 2-2, Round Towers 0-4. Bray were playing well but constant pressure and great effort were required if they were to secure a win. All players rose to the challenge putting in a fine display of both skilful and hard hurling. Padraig Doyle was outstanding at full back and ably assisted by other defenders such as Jack Fitzgerald, Conor O'Doherty and Dylan Terry. Conor McNally in goals had his usual reliable performance. Michael Boland, Patrick Michel and Gavin Dowling had the best of the exchanges at mid-field. Michael produced some great scores from both play and frees and notched up a total of 3-2. Other scorers were Thomas Foley and Conor Prendergast who each got a point. The work rate from all playerspaid dividends at the end with Bray Emmets winning by 5-5 to 2-5. Well done ...

Raheny

18 April, 2009

We travelled to Raheny last Saturday without a full squad and a very much depleted team in the Dublin U12 Hurling Cup. Raheny opened the scoring with two quick points but a well taken goal by Michael Boland kept us in touch with a half time score of 1-2 each. We were quite happy with this but knew we were going to be under hugh pressure in the second half. Raheny piled on the pressure and with our defenders giving the opposition away too much time on the ball we were severely punished by having four goals scored against us. Michael Boland kept us in touch right throughout the game with some magnificent scores. He was in top form for free taking scoring 1-4, and added a further 2-3 from play. Thomas Emms on the half forward line never stopped trying and foiled many clearances from the Raheny defence. Well done to other players including Michael Pirkl, Jack Fitzgerald, Dylan Brady, Daniel Kennedy, Liam Benville and Conor Byrne who all tried hard. Unfortunately the odds were stacked against us by not having a full squad and resulted in Raheny deservedly winning by 5-5 to 3-7. ...

Ballyboden

1 April, 2009

Bray Emmets Team (Green Pitch) : Sid Hunt, Sean MacGabhann, Mathew Dehantschutter, Ronan McMahon, Luca Lennon, Darragh Rochford, Mark Tresson, Andrew O'Brien, David Kennedy. The under 9's played away again participating in a friendly with Ballyboden St Endas at their Astro turf pitches at Sancta Maria on Saturday. On the green pitch Bray got off to strong start despite playing against the wind. They dominated possession but found it hard to convert to scores until Andrew O'Brien scored a great goal. Despite a couple of points from Darragh Rochford, Bray Emmets trailed at half time as Ballyboden finished the half very strongly. Playing with the wind in the 2ndhalf Bray Emmets again started the half very strongly and played some great passing football. Great scores from Luca Lennon and Darragh Rochford helped Bray to a healthy lead. The lead would have been even greater had it not been for a couple of fantastic saves by the Ballyboden goalkeeper from great shots from Sid Hunt and Mark Tresson. Despite Ballyboden finishing strongly Bray were eventual winners. Both teams contributed handsomely to a fine skilful, sporting game of football. For Bray in defence Mathew Dehantschutter was calm and assured under the dropping ball while Ronan McMahon show some great speed and anticipation in getting out in front of his man constantly winning the ball. Sid Hunt and Sean MacGabhann played a half each in goals. Their kick outs were excellent constantly finding Bray Emmets players with accurate passes. Luca Lennon and Darragh Rochford dominated the midfield area while Andrew O'Brien and Mark Tresson worked tirelessly up front where David Kennedy also tried very hard. Bray Emmets Team ( White Pitch ) Macdara Ó Midheach, Joe Phelan, Jacob Stanley, Fiachra Bond, Donnacha Griffin, Cian Lohan, Noah Daly, Luke Kenny, Adam Burke, Conor Plower. On the "white" pitch it took Bray a little longer to get used to playing on the Astro Turf. Also, the wind was against Bray for the first half so it really was a game of two halves. After half time a few players changed position and Bray put Ballyboden under pressure with some great points and goals scored. There was some sturdy defending from Macdara Ó Midheach, Conor Plower and Jacob Stanley. They were supported well in this roll by good goal keeping performances from Fiachra Bond, Luke Kenny and Noah Daly who found Bray players with their great kickouts. The midfields and forwards put in fantastic performances with Joe Phelan and Adam Burke supplying great balls to the forwards and Cian Lohan and Donnacha Griffin excelling in their positions. Finally would also like to thank Ballyboden for their hospitality and compliment them on their excellent facilities. ...

Under 9 Football

22 November, 2008

Bray played a football match against Good Counsel in a cold but dry Old Conna on Saturday morning in what could be described as a Tale of Two Halves. There was a great turn out of players and it was also great to see so many parents to help and support the team which encouraged the children to play so well. Good Counsel were a little under strength but were willing to accept a few of our players to ensure that everyone played and that nobody was left standing on the sideline. In addition Lochlann brought two of his cousins along to play for Bray so when we divided our squad into 2 teams we realised that we had enough to give Good Counsel 3 players for each team for the first half and then replace them with 3 different players for the second half. Those players who agreed to play for the other team deserve great credit for agreeing to and for playing so well to make two competitive matches. On the Green pitch Bray made a good start. Eoghan, Noah and Ben Kearney were prominent around the middle of the field and Shane and Donncha got a number of scores for Bray. Lochlann and Fiachra played very well and by the half-time break the score was 19 - 0 in favour of Bray. Christopher, Daniel and Ben Fay Foley played the second half for Bray and played with great heart and determination. Good Counsel began to get back in to the game and got a few scores. Luke in goals was determined not to let good Counsel get through and made a number of fine saves. Although Good Counsel shaded the second half Bray held out in the end for a deserved 25 - 13 win. On the White pitch Good Counsel dominated the first half playing with the wind. The Bray team were up against it and found it hard to get the ball into the other half. Paddy and Cian did well in midfield and defenders Anton, Rory and Paul kept making it as difficult as possible for the Good Counsel forwards. Joshua and Garret were in hard luck in front of goal and the half time score was 22 - 1 against Bray. In the second half Shane Mc Dermott and Jason arrived and the team was reorganised with Cormac coming out of goal to play midfield and Niall, Conor and Aaron playing the second half with Bray. Bray took over in the second half and the pressure was all on Good Counsel. Bray got the first score and the fight back was started. Bray controlled virtually every kick out with Cormac, Conor, Aaron and Shane getting score after score. When the final whistle sounded both sets of children were anxious to know the final score which turned out to be a 27 - 23 victory for Bray. So when the scores from both matches were totted up it resulted in an overall 52 - 36 win for Bray. ...

Liffey Gaels

15 March, 2008

On Saturday Bray Under 9s played a football match against Liffey Gaels away in Inchicore in very wet weather and soft conditions underfoot. We were a bit short of players due to illness and holidays but Matthew Deschutter and Danielle Kennedy answered the call and lined out for Bray. Due to the format of the matches players rotate places so a number of players will be mentioned as playing in the same positions. Rory Cotter was very brave in goals for Bray at the start of the match. Bray defended very well with Eoghan Potts, Daniel Jakob and Rory Cotter all earned skill points for putting in good blocks. Fiachra Murphy did well and Matthew Descutter got involved in the game from the start. Despite the slippy ball Ben Fay Foley made a number of clean catches which gave him that extra second to get his kick away. Loughlin Dougan played very well and is getting better with each game. Noah Cummins was as solid as a rock in midfield and scored two goals for Bray. Bray's performance was much better in the second half and scored freely. Danielle Kennedy impressed in midfield and made good use of the ball. In defense Anton Revas Renado tackled very well for Bray and Aaron Kennedy did not let the ball past him. Paul Walsh had a good game and was very lively in front of goal. Shane Slattery played really well at midfield and scored a goal and a point for Bray. Paddy Redmond is playing very well at the moment and scored a goal from a penalty for Bray. Matthew Booth did very well in goal in the second half and his long and accurate kick outs helped to set up attacks for Bray. Cormac Kelly had an outstanding game in midfield and was top scorer contributing 2 goals and 4 points. This was Bray's best performance of the year and great credit is due to all the players for their effort in wintery conditions. ...

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