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Tony Doyle marytonydoyle@gmail.com 0868323958

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Tony Doyle marytonydoyle@gmail.com 0868323958

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Ian Nesbit

 

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Match Reports

Under 12 Girls Football

12 October, 2014

Emmet Bhré 2-8,St Anne's 0-7.The Under 12 Girls' Football team played St Anne's, Bohernabreena, Sun 12 Oct. Based on last year's defeat, this was a game Bray Emmets faced with determination and no small measure of apprehension. However, the girls thundered out of the blocks. Emily Riddell got the opening point, followed by Orla Jackson and subsequent goals from Sarah Lambe and Síofra Ní Mhidigh. The Bray juggernaut was en route. In the second-half, Amy Healy gave a ' laoch na himeartha ' performance, provoking singular mention from the St Anne's manager. Alice O'Doherty was very alert in defence, Caoimhe Byrne, and the hard-working Amy Butler / Emily Cahill axis. Bhí Tomás an-sásta ar fad agus mhol sé na cailíní go mór. Foireann : Rachel Messitt, Alice O’Doherty, Amy Butler (0-2), Amy Healy, Caoimhe Byrne, Caoimhe Purcell, Emily Cahill, Emily Riddell (0-1), Jordan O’Brien, Orla Jackson (0-1), Orla O’Keeffe, Rachel Horan, Róisín Murphy, Sarah Lambe (1-2), Síofra Ní Mhidigh (1-2), Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir - Tomás Ó Midheach....

Under 12 Girls Football

4 October, 2014

Arklow  4-1, Emmet Bhré  2-4. The Under 12 Girls Football team contested the Shield final against AGB, Sat October 4th in Ballinakill. Bray boasted a large panel of 28 committed players determined to do their best for the cause. The opening point came from Sarah Lambe but Arklow quickly responded, stunning Bray with goals that eventually proved very costly. Emma Doyle did however score a welcome goal following hard work from Orla Jackson, Jordan O’Brien and Amy Butler. In the second-half, Bray showed fantastic heart as they gave a 100% in their endeavours to reel in the 5 point gap. This aspect of the game won them admiration from...

Under 12 Girls Football

21 September, 2014

Emmet Bhré  2-7, Cuala  1-5. The Under 12 Girls Football team played against a tidy Cuala side on Sun 21 Sept. The game began brightly with Emma Doyle and Emily Riddell leading the charge. Sinéad Quigley and Úna Smierciak tackled with conviction cutting out many Cuala attacks. In the second-half, Rachel Messitt was again outstanding in goal, with Eva Hanley and Fay Whelan contributing energetically too. Overall, a very fluid and free-scoring Bray too the honours. Cluiche taitneamhach bríomhar a bhí ann ó thús deireadh.  Foireann : Alice O’Doherty, Amy Butler (1-1), Amy Healy, Aoife Canavan, Caoimhe Byrne, Emily Cahill (1-0), Emily Riddell, Emma Doyle, Eva Hanley, Fay Whelan, Jordan O’Brien, Melanie Walsh, Orla Jackson, Orla O’Keeffe, Rachel Messitt, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe (0-5), Sinéad Quigley, Úna Smierciak. Bainisteoir – Larry Smierciak....

U12 Girls football

6 April, 2014

The U12 Girls Football team played Oliver Plunketts on Sunday 6th April. It was a fine day for good quality football and the girls did not fail to deliver. Early scores came from Sarah Lambe, Síofra Ní Mhidigh and Orla O'Keeffe, while Sophie Blennerhasset rattled the net with a great goal.  In the second-half, Orla Jackson and Jordan O'Brien got eye-catching scores to fuel the Bray assault. However, it was the superior performances of Róisín Murphy and Emma Doyle which deserved our finest plaudits. Faraor, sa deireadh bhí an bua ag Oliver Plunketts agus comhghairdeas leo.  Foireann : Aoife Canavan, Caoimhe Purcell, Eimear Timmons, Emily Riddell, Emma Doyle, Eva Moloney, Jordan O'Brien (0-1), Orla Jackson (0-1), Orla O'Keeffe (0-1), Rachel Horan, Rachel Messitt, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe (0-1), Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh (0-2), Sophie Blennerhasset (1-1). Bainisteoir - Tomás Ó Midheach....

Girls under 12 football

9 March, 2014

Sunday 6th March, the U12 Girls Football team played O'Tooles. This team was very strong and mobile. While our girls did very well, with commendable contributions from Emma Doyle, Saoirse Canavan and Amy Healy, the final score line favoured O'Tooles. Beidh laethanta níos fearr againn amach anseo. Team: Amy Butler (0-2), Amy Healy, Aoife Canavan, Caoimhe Byrne, Caoimhe Purcell, Eimear Timmons, Emma Doyle, Jordan O'Brien, Méadhbh Wogan-Murphy, Orla Jackson, Orla O'Keeffe, Rachel Messitt, Róisín Murphy, Saoirse Canavan, Sarah Lambe, Sarah Maguire, Sinéad Quigley, Síofra Ní Mhidigh (0-1). Bainisteoir - Tomás Ó Midheach....

U12 Girls welcome Oliver Plunketts

3 March, 2013

On Sunday, 3rd March the Ladies Under-12 Football team welcomed Oliver Plunketts to Old Conna for their first Dublin League match. The Bray team had some fresh new faces in their starting line-up as well as some of the regular 2001 girls who have been with the Club since starting with the Academy. The game started evenly with both teams contesting for the first score but Oliver Plunketts settled in to a good run of play and got the first three scores of game. At times, Bray were under severe pressure and only the great defensive work of Eleanor Carroll Hayes and Lauren Healy stopped Oliver Plunketts from scoring again in the first half. Bray started to string some great passages of play through Alice Fitzgerald and Shauna Ryan which saw Eve Murphy having a number of shots going unluckily wide. Bray's hard work eventually paid off just before half-time with debutant Sasha Ni Laoghaire scoring a goal which meant the teams went in level at the break. The early stages of the second half saw Oliver Plunketts push Emmets and their hard work paid off with a couple of quick scores. At this point, they looked the likely winners but the Bray girls came back into the game with Alice Fitzgerald and Emily Deveney showing their strength and speed in midfield, driving the team forward. Their team mates followed suit with Eve Murphy recording and incredible four goals and two points some of which any footballer would be proud of. Laura McGarry also joined in the scoring, registering her first goal. Well done to all the girls on both teams and a special thank you to all the Mum's and Dad's for supporting the girls. Final Score: Bray Emmets 6-2 Oliver Plunketts 2-8. ...

U12 Girls footballers take Wicklow Shield

30 September, 2012

Bray Emmets team and their supporters had a long journey down to Dunlavin for an early start to challenge Baltinglass for the Wicklow Shield. Bray started well and were first on score board with a cracking goal fromEve Murphy. The two teams were very evenly matched and the game was a hardfought competition and the weather conditions did not help. Eleanor Carrollin goals made an excellent save but collided with a player forcing asubstitution. By half time Bray were ahead by a score of 1 goal 2 points to1 goal. Baltinglass started the second half with a goal to put them ahead for thefirst time in the match. The Bray girls dug deep with each and every one ofthe players raising their game to 110% and with the help of the supportersand coaches cheering them on from the side line converted their chanceswith two more points. In the last minute of the game Nicole Ryan (Goalie)saved Baltinglass last chance leaving Bray winning with a score line of 1goal 4 points to 2 goals and three voiceless coaches. Well done to all theplayers who participated in all the games leading the team to this win. Team: Nicole Ryan, Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Meave O'Doherty, Kerri Keane,Grace Browne, Alice Fitzgerald, Carla Lennon, Jane Butler, MollyFitzgerald, Eimear Martin (2pnts), Eve Cunnane, Lauren Healy, Shauna Ryan,Laura Cahill, Laura Butler, Allanah Barry, Eve Murphy (1G-2pnts), SadhbhKavanagh, Emily Devenney, Alison Carroll, Amy Butler, Rachel Cullen ...

Bray Emmets u12 girls in Croke Park

28 April, 2012

Yet another busy weekend for the u12 ladies football team! We had the honour of being asked to play in Croke Park on Saturday 28th April during the half time break in the Wicklow v Fermanagh Division 4 final. This was a really exciting event for the girls most of whom had not played in Croke Park previously. We first went to the dressing rooms to get togged out and then watched the first half of the senior football match. We were then escorted down into the bowels of Croke Park and got to run out through the tunnel on to the pitch! A very good but short exhibition match ensued. All of the girls acquitted themselves well and played with confidence and style. Thanks to all the parents and siblings who came along to support the girls!! A big thank you to their mentors Anne Carroll and Paul Ryan for seamlessly making sure everything went according to plan on the day. The team of u12 footballers that played at Croke Park during the Wicklow v Fermanagh game as follows; Grace Browne, Laura Butler, Ailbhe Byrne, Leah Carroll, Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Emily Deveney, Lauren Healy, Kerri Keane, Síofra ni Mhidigh, Nicole Ryan and Shauna Ryan. ...

Busy week for U12 ladies

15 April, 2012

Sunday 15th April the U12 Ladies met Scoil Ui Chonaill on Clontarf Rd in the Dublin League. This was a very competitive game with both sides putting in a very good effort. The Bray girls were ahead at half time but Scoil Ui Chonaill were not going to make it easy for us and they pulled ahead in the second half. However, the girls didn't give up and they gradually fought their way back to gain a draw. Deserving of particular mention were Grace Browne and Kerrie Keane in the backs, and Eleanor Carroll Hayes at half back. Emily Deveney and the Butler sisters- Jane and Laura- were a highly energetic trio and made a great contribution. Nicole Ryan had a good game as Goalie and her long kick out certainly helped us stay in the game. Lauren Healy also worked hard and participated well for the team. The final score was 3 goals and 5 points to 4 goals and 2 points. Our team today consisted of Eve Cunnane, Emily Deveney, Emer Martin, Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Jane Butler, Laura Butler, Shauna Ryan, Ailbhe Byrne, Kerrie Keane, Sadhbh Kavanagh, Lauren Healy, Grace Browne, Allie Byrne, Nicole Ryan and Laura Cahill. ...

Busy week for U12 ladies

12 April, 2012

Thursday evening April 12th we travelled to Wicklow town to play St Pats in the first round of the Wicklow League. Despite some fine determined performances, Wicklows greater numbers and experience showed through and the U12 girls suffered their first defeat of the season. We would like to thank three of the U10 girls for coming along and assisting us to field a team. Carla Lennon, Siofra ni Mhidigh and Amy Butler really were a great help to us.The team consisted of Kerrie Keane, Laura Butler, Jane Butler, Emily Deveney, Laura Cahill, Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Finola McCarthy, Grace Browne, Allie Byrne, Sadhbh Kavanagh, Alison Carroll, Carla Lennon, Amy Butler and Siofra Ni Mhidigh. ...

U12 girls travel to Na Dubhghall

31 March, 2012

Bray Emmets U12 girls travelled out to the north side to play their third Dublin league match against Na Dubhghall. Bray started slowly giving away a penalty in the first few minutes and allowing Na Dubhgall first on the score board with a goal. Bray took control of the game with a strong performance from all players showing excellent skill and team spirit. Bray's mid field put in a momentous drive with Laura & Jane Butler tackling & intercepting and Alice & Molly Fitzgerald sending balls forwards where Eve Murphy started the scoring with 3 quick points and caused problems for the defenders winning two penalties and putting 2 goals on Brays score. In the second half Bray continued with the same determination & exceptional play. Na Dubhgall pushed hard right until the final whistle but Bray proved too strong on the day with a fantastic team effort from all of the players making the difference. Well done to Bray Emmets, final score of 3-7 to 2-1. Team: Lauren Healy, Eve Murphy, Shauna Ryan, Laura Butler, Jane Butler, Alice Fitzgerald, Molly Fitzgerald, Ailbhe Byrne, Emily Deveney, Eimear Martin,Grace Browne, and Laura Cahill. ...

U12 V Trinity Gaels

25 March, 2012

In the beautiful sunshine today the U12 girls took on their latest test and gave a truly excellent account of themselves. We travelled over to Drumnigh Rd near Portmarnock, the home of Trinity Gaels. Fourteen girls turned out and all played a vital role in the battle that ensued. Trinity Gaels fielded twelve girls which gave us the luxury of two subs, and the chance to put on fresh legs when necessary. Bray took the first couple of scores but Trinity Gaels were not slow about getting a few back and the first half flew by with tit for tat scores leaving the two sides level at half time. Commencing the second half the Gaels notched up a few scores quite quickly. However, our girls never gave up and they worked really hard to catch up finally winning a draw. I would find it hard to single out anybody today and it must be said that the whole team worked so hard together as a unit. Key contributors were Eleanor Carroll Hayes in goals, Grace Browne in defence and later mid field, Emily Devenney and Eve Cunnane partnering excellently in mid field and Eimear Martin shone in the forward line. The work rate and skill shown by the Butler sisters, Jane and Laura was highly impressive. Final score was 3 goals and 8 points each. Heart attack territory for the mentors!!Well done to all the girls and keep up the good work!! The team today consisted of Eve Cunnane, Eimear Martin, Cara Meaney, Grace Browne, Laura Cahill, Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Eve Murphy, Nicole Ryan, Sadhbh Kavanagh, Kerrie Keane, Emily Devenney, Jane Butler, Laura Butler and Fionnuala McCarthy ...

U12 Girls kick start Dublin league

24 March, 2012

The U12 Girls kick started their first Dublin league football match against Ballyboden St Enda at Pairc Ni Mhurchu. Both teams gave an excellent display of skill & determination with the exceptional play from Emily Deveney who constantly won the battle of midfield with Eve Cunnane and sent a continuous supply of balls to the forwards. With that drive from midfield Bray were first on the score board with a hat trick of goals from Shauna Ryan at full forward and from there Bray took a commanding lead with some great scores from Eimear Martin, Jane Butler, Eve Cunnane & Ailbhe Byrne. Ballyboden came back at Bray with a number of good chances of scoring but with the excellent defending from Grace Browne, Alice Fitzgerald, Meave O'Doherty and Eleanor Carroll Hayes as goalkeeper made all the difference to the score line. Well done to Bray Emmets, recording the first Dublin league win with a final score of 9-9 to 1-3. Team: Eve Cunnane, Lauren Healy, Shauna Ryan, Jane Butler, Alice Fitzgerald, Ailbhe Byrne, Allie Byrne, Emily Deveney, Eleanor Carroll Hayes, Eimear Martin,Meave O'Doherty, Grace Browne, Nicole Ryan, Kerri Keane, Laura Cahill. ...

Girls U12 C Championship Final

15 October, 2011

Bray Emmets 4-2 St Nicholas 3-8 A super game of football that ebbed and flowed between two well matched teams. Bray got the early lead when player of the match,Rachel Cullen goaled from distance. The Bray girls really had todefend strongly for the remainder of the first half as St Nicholasdominated before eventually breaking through in the last 10 minutes ofthe first half to take a half-time lead by 2-3 to 1-0. Bray startedthe second half strongly. Another goal from Rachel Cullen followed bya great shot to the St Nicholas net by Eve Cunnane saw the teams levelshortly after half time. It was real end-to-end stuff at this stagebut then the St Nicholas girls got on top and despite some reallystrong defending from the Bray girls, St Nicholas scored 5 pointswithout reply. The Bray girls didn't give up and 2 points from Cullengot them back in the game before a St Nicholas goal gave them a 6point lead with only minutes remaining. Again Rachel Cullen came tothe Bray girls rescue with a cracking goal but despite a desperatelast gasp efforts from Bray, some great defending from St Nicholas sawthem home by 3 points. A great team effort from all the Bray girls whodid the club proud with their efforts. Bray Emmets: Claire Benville,Nichole Howick, Grace Browne, Maeve O'Doherty, Vicki Crimmins, EimearMartin, Jane Butler, Allanah Douglas, Rachel Cullen (3-2), KerriKeane, Eve Cunnane (1-0), Niamh McCormack, Laura Cahill, Allie Byrne,Kelly Waters, Ellen Beattie, Molly Fitzgerald, Emma Byrne, AlisonCarroll. ...

U12 Girls win championship semi final

7 October, 2011

An Tochar 0-2 Bray Emmets 3-10 A great performance from the Bray girls who were driven on by the midfield of Allanah Douglas and Rachel Cullen in the early stages.Some early wides were followed by some good points from Douglas,Cullen, Eve Cunnane and Grace Browne as the girls got used to the dampconditions and the floodlights. An Tochar came back with 2 points oftheir own before Grace Browne finished Rachel Cullens pass to the backof the An Tochar net. This goal setup Bray for the rest of the gameand Bray lead by 1-5 to 0-2 at half time. In the second half NiamhMcCormack (1-1), Eve Cunnane (0-2)and Eimear Martin at centre backreally dominated for Bray. Some really tight defending from NicholeHowick and Jane Butler prevented An Tochar from getting back in thegame and Bray ended comfortable winners thanks to a really strongall-round team performance. Bray Emmets: Nicole Ryan, Nichole Howick,Grace Browne (1-1), Vicki Crimmins, Eimear Martin, Jane Butler,Allanah Douglas (0-3), Rachel Cullen(1-2),Kerri Keane, EveCunnane(0-3), Niamh McCormack (1-1), Laura Cahill, Allie Byrne, KellyWaters. Subs: Emma Byrne, Alison Carroll, Blaithin Adams ...

Na Dubhgall

6 March, 2011

Bray Emmets Girls U12 battled bravely in a very tough opening match in the Dublin league away to Na Dubhgall in Baldoyle. The opposition were much bigger and stronger but that didn't stop the Bray girls getting stuck in and there were some great performances. Eimear Martin was Brays best player on the day and scored a goal to cap a fine performance. Eve Cunnane was a great target for the midfielders and scored 1-1 and Allanah Douglas scored 2 points. Other strong performances from Allie Byrne, Katie Bagulay, Niamh McCormack, Nicole Ryan and Alison Carroll but the opposition were just too strong on the day. ...

Girls Under 12 B Final

9 October, 2010

Bray Emmets 04: 06 St Pats Wicklow 01: 03 We travelled up to Laragh on Sat 09 Oct to play St Pats in the B final. There was a big crowd present and match started at fine pace with both teams eager for a win.It was end to end play with some fine scores from both teams including a cracking volley fromBray`s Sinead Horgan.At the half time there was very little separating both teams.But the secondhalf the Bray girls started to take control with Alannah Conroy,Grace O'Donovan and Seona Michelputting in some hard work. The Wicklow girls were not giving up and fighting for every ball, putting theBray backs under a lot of pressure but Orla Gleson, Ruth Ahern, Meadhbh Ni Mhidigh and Amy Barry stoodStrong as did the rest of the team. It was a Great match to watch. Well done Bray Girls !! Hard Luck Wicklow. Bray Team: Amy Barry, Ruth Ahern, Orla Gleeson, Meabh Ni Mhidigh, Julie Brennan, Alannah Conroy,Ciara Nolan, Grace O' Donovan, Seona Michel, Laura Salom, Rachel Cullen, Lauren Kelly, Kelly Waters, Sinead Horgan,Vicky Crimmins, Claire Faherty, Ellen Beattie, Niamh McCormack. ...

Foxrock/Cabinteely (Girls u12 Dublin League)

8 June, 2009

Foxrock/Cabinteely 2-3 Vs Bray Emmets 0-8 Both sides had very strong teams and the game got off to a flying start. It was end to end stuff with some fine play and very high skill level. At the end of the first half there was only a couple of scores separating the sides. In the second half the Bray girls started to put some strong pressure on and got some fine points from the forwards and midfield. The Bray backs were quick to return the ball back into play and keep the pressure on Foxrock but a late free produced the winning score for Foxrock. Hard luck girls!!! Well played. Team: Emma C, Emma G, Aifric, Ruby, Caoimhe, Aimee M, Alannah, Shauna, Shona, Grace, Jessica, Sophie, Sinead, Robyn, Roisin, Orla, Lauren, Amy B ...

Cuala (Girls u12 Dublin League)

8 June, 2009

Cuala 4-6 Vs Bray Emmets 5-5 It was a slow start for the Bray girls who struggled to get into the game and were putting themselves under a lot of pressure but they kept going and did not drop their heads. The half time talk put a bit of life back into the team and they started to fire in some great scores from Sinead Horgan, Sophie Connolly, Shauna Douglas, Robyn Gammel O'Brien, Roisin Mooney to name but a few. In the end the girls proved to be too strong for Cuala, it was a tough game and all the girls worked very hard to get the win, Well done girls. ...

Arklow AGB

11 May, 2009

A full squad travelled to Arklow. There was a strong cross wind but the Bray girls put Arklow under pressure right from the start. The Arklow defence was very strong and kept the Bray girls at bay for a while. Roisin Mooney got us off to a fine start followed by Robyn and Sinead. The mid field play hard along with Alannah Conroy Shauna and Sheeona and between them kept the forwards well supplied with plenty of fine passes. The second half saw Grace, Aimee M and Sophie show their skills. The Arklow girls fought hard but were unlucky with the couple of chances they had. It was a fine game to watch and enjoyed by all. Well done girls on another win, keep up the hard work! ...

ClannaGael Fontenoy Ringsend (Girls u12 Dublin League)

26 April, 2009

Bray Emmets 8-10 V ClannaGael Fontenoy Ringsend 3-6 Brays second game in 4 days and still up to the challenge. We had a full squad out and their match fitness really showed. The ball was moved with great skill among the players and their finishing was getting much better with very few wides. The midfield players were recycling the ball very well back to the forwards who made the most of every opportunity given to them. The ClannaGael Girlshad some fine football skills also and were fine opposition for Bray. We had some good scores from Roisin Mooney, Robyn Gammell O'Brien and the Bray full back RubyStewart and Goal Keeper Emma Cunnane worked great together. Welldone to the 6 Bray girls who participated in the County U12 trials in Laragh earlier in the day and still put in a great performance in the match - Alannah Conroy, Jessica Conway, Sophie Connolly, Shauna Douglas, Seona Michel & Caoimhe Lohan. A big thank you to the Ringsend girls for travelling out to Bray. ...

AGB Arklow(U12 Girls Wicklow League)

23 April, 2009

Bray Emmets 6-2 V AG1 Arklow 0-1 It was a dull evening in Bray but this didn't slow the start of the game down. Both teams contested well from the throw in, but Bray soon got into their stride through some fine play and it wasn't long before theysucceeded in finding theback of the net. They had Arklow under a lot of pressure in the first half with some fine goals from Sophie Connolly. The second half Arklow didn't drop their heads and tried hard to get themselves back into the game, but the Bray backs and midfield held their own, working well together in keeping the Arklow girls off the score board. It was a very exciting match to watch with end to end play -Well done to all who played. ...

Liffey Gaels (Ballyfermot)

20 April, 2009

Liffey Gaels (Ballyfermot) 4-1 V Bray Emmets 6-7 Once again a big home crowd travelled out to Liffey Gaels and were not disappointed as the match got off to a fantastic start with some great scores and play from the Bray girls. It was very competitive but the Bray girl's skill and good moves proved to be too strong for the opposition. They kept Liffey Gaels pinned in their own half for the whole of the first half of the match coming away with some fine points and goals. The second half the Liffey girls picked up their game and put up a strong performance and did start to dominate the game for a period, but once again the Bray girls fought back to see off the challenge and came away winners in the end. Well done girls. Next match, home game against Arklow on Thursday 23rdApril @ 7pm. ...

Lucan Sarsfields

5 April, 2009

Lucan Sarsfields 1-2 Vs Bray Emmets 1-1 Right from the start both teams were evenly matched and eager to win. Every position played very well and it was end to end action. This was much appreciated by the big crowd present at the game. Both teams missed plenty of chances to score but it was Bray's Aifric Murphy who got the first points on the board, this was followed by a fine goal from Sophie Connolly and at the half time it was Bray who were leading. Second half soon took up where the first half ended with both teams giving it all. Lucan came back with 2 lovely points followed by the match winning goal. Alannah Conroy put in a fine effort with one of her best games to date. Well done girls. ...

St. Patricks

2 April, 2009

Bray Emmets 5-10 Vs St. Patricks Wicklow 1-3 First half the match started with both teams evenly matched. Bray managed to get a couple of scores on the board. With this lead they started to dominate the game. The second half was all one way traffic with some fine play from all areas of the pitch, in particular the midfield which kept recycling the ball back into the forwards and who made the most of every chance that was given to them. St. Patricks put up a good fight and kept playing hard right to the end. The team:Emma C, Aifric, Emma G, Ruby, Shauna, Caoimhe, Grace, Robyn, Alannah, Seona, Sophie, Maebh, Roisin, Aoife, Lauren, Julie, Laura S: ...

St James Gaels Crumlin

30 March, 2009

St James Gaels Crumlin 0-0 Vs Bray Emmets 9-10 The Bray girls got off to agreat start and had 2 goals up after 5 minutes.St James Gala tried hard butcouldn't get out of their own half. Bray took every chance they hadand came away with a score every time, At half time Bray made somechanges and brought on their 3 subs and moved a couple of playersaround. The girls quickly took up wherethey left off and put away a flurry of goals and points. The St James' girls fought hard right until the final whistle. Brays next match is at homeagainst St Patrick's (Wicklow Town) on Thursday 2ndApril 2009 ...

Ballyboden St Endas

22 November, 2008

The Bray girls, with a full squad of 21, travelled to the match on Saturday.Right from the start they put the Ballyboden girls under a lot of pressure with some fine hand passes and good tackling and it wasn`t long before the scores started to go in from Allanah C, Jessica, Seona and Sinead. Ballyboden did try hard to get out of their own half and got some balls into their forwards but the Bray backs were too strong with Emma G, Emma C and Aimee M playing well. In the second half Bray made a lot of changes. Ballyboden came out strongly and began to put the Bray backs under pressure but Aifric, Ruby and Meadhbh did a great job in keeping the ball out and moving it up the park. The forwards again played well with good play from Eve and good scores from Roisin, Niamh, Shauna and Sophie.Well done Bray and thanks to Ballyboden for a good match. Remember Bray girls "GUM SHIELDS" see you at training!!! ...

Foxrock Cabinteely

20 October, 2008

Bray Emmet's 0-4 Foxrock Cabinteely 1-3 It was another good game between these two sides with every ball been well fought for. The hard training over the last few weeks starting to show with much improved hand passes and blocks going in, well done Aimee Morley. At the end of the first half both teams only managed to score 2 points each so there was all to play for. In the second half it was a good tough contest with good chances been missed by both sides. The Bray Girls did apply some good pressure through Caoimhe Lohan, Bebhinn Dutton and Sinead Horgan. But Cabinteely did score a goal with 5 minutes to go. The Bray girls didn`t give up and plenty of balls were put up to the forward line but Sophie, laura and Alannah Douglas couldn`t quite close the the gap. After the game the home team kindly treated the kids and adults to refreshments in the club house. Big Thank you for that. A reminder to the team gum - shields must be worn and no ear rings or hair bands ...

Girls under 12 football Championship

22 September, 2008

We have had two games recently. First up was Carnew Emmet's. On Saturday 20th September a 20 strong squad travelled to take on CarnewEmmets. This turned out to be a very tough game for the girls as the Carnew team turned out to be too strong. The girls got off to a slow startand Carnew made the most of this. But the second half showed some great heart from the Bray girls who didn't give up and fought for every ball. There were some very strong performances from Jessica Conway,Emma Groves, Emma Cunnane and Aimee Morley. The second game was against An Tochar on Monday 22nd.This was a home game for Bray and after the defeat on Saturday the team was eager for a result. The Bray girls started the game well and took the game to An Tochar. There was a much improved team effort across the field, in particular by Allanah Conroy,Grace O`Donovan and Roisin Mooney. But An Tochar came out winners in the end. Well done girls keep up the hard work!!! ...

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