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Under 12 2009/10 Division 2 - Wayne Fitzpatrick

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Squad - Aaron Butler, Anthony Walsh, Brian O'Farrell, Cian McNerney, Conor Fitzgerald, Cormac Beausang, Eric Taft, Fergal Roche, Jack Enright, James Leahy, Jamie Warrington, Joseph Wyer, Luke Finnerty, Martin Aszyjczyk, Muiris Moloney, Owen Coates, Ross Cummins, Seanaidh Smyth.

2009-2010
Team
P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
Temple United
13
12
0
1
44
12
32
36
St. Mary's
14
9
0
5
33
22
11
27
Rockmount
14
7
2
5
22
26
-4
23
Avondale United
13
7
1
5
26
22
4
22
Greenwood
14
6
2
6
20
16
4
20
Midleton
14
5
3
6
38
27
11
18
Crosshaven
14
2
1
11
14
49
-35
7
Innishvilla
14
1
3
10
22
45
-23
6

 

 

 

Date
Competition
Venue
Opponent
Result
Scorers
           
5th June
League
Home
Rockmount
Won 5-1
Moloney, Fitzgerald 3, Enright
3rd June
League
Home
Greenwood
Drew 0-0
-
1st June
League
Away
Crosshaven
Won 1-8
Conor Fitzgerald 3, Igboanusi 3, Jack Enright, Alan Ware
25th May
League
Away
Temple United
Lost 4-2
James Leahy, Owen Coates.
22nd May
League
Away
St Mary's
Lost 2-1
China Igboanusi 
9th May
League
Away
Rockmount
Lost 4-3
James Leahy, Conor Fitzgerald (2)
25th Apr
League
Home
St Mary's
Won 3-0
Conor Fitzgerald (2), Cian McNerney
16th Apr
League
Away
Avondale
Lost 3-1
Owen Coates
11th Apr
League
Away
Innishvilla
Drew 4-4
Alan Ware (2), Jack Enright (2)
28th Feb
Local Cup
Away
Greenwood
Lost 3-0
-
14th Feb
League
Home
Crosshaven
C Fitzgerald (2), J Enright (2), J Warrington
30th Jan
Local Cup
Away
Leeds A
Won 0 -11
J Enright (4), A Ware (3), A
Walsh (2), C McNerney, O.G.
27th Dec
National Cup
Home
Mallow United
Drew 1-1, Lost 4-3 Pens
Conor Fitzgerald
29th Nov
League
Home
Innishvilla
Drew 2-2
J Warrington, C Beausang
15th Nov
National Cup
Away
Nufarm Athletic
Won 4-5
C Fitzgerald, O Coates (2),
A Ware (2)
1st Nov
League
Home
Temple United
Lost 2-3
J Warrington, J Enright
26th Oct
League
Home
Avondale Utd
Lost 0-1
-
18 Oct
National Cup
Away
Kinsale
Won 2-4 AET
C Fitzgerald (2), O Coates, M Aszyjczyk 
3rd Oct
National Cup
Away
Ardfield
Won 1-5
C Fitzgerald (2), A Ware, J Wyer, O.G.
6th Sep
League
Away
Greenwood
Won 1-2
J Enright, S Smyth

 

Goal Scorers
Conor Fitzgerald
18
Jack Enright
12
Alan Ware
9
Owen Coates
5
China Igboanusi 
4
Jamie Warrington
3
Anthony Walsh
2
Cian McNerney
2
James Leahy
2
Cormac Beausang
1
M Aszyjczyk 
1
Seadnaidh Smyth
1
Joseph Wyer
1
Muiris Moloney
1

 

Under 12 2009/10 Reports

Friday 5th June Midleton 5-1 Rockmount
An unfamiliar looking Midleton side went out against Rockmount, knowing their relegation had been sealed in Tuesday’s match. Cormac Beausang again went in goal, with Eric Taft at left back and Fergal Roche right back. Martin Aszyjczyk, Anthony Walsh, Aaron Butler and Cian McNerney played well in a new-look midfield, with Conor Fitzgerald and China Igboanusi up front. Rockmount got a couple of early runs at Cormac in the Midelton goal, but he dealt with them very confidently. With so many unfamiliar faces in the side, it was no wonder it took Midleton a while to settle, but settle they did with Aaron, in particular, having a storming game in the centre. Muiris Moloney scored from the halfway line with a clearance that bounced straight over the keeper’s head and into the back of the net. Midleton relaxed a little, and Conor Fitzgerald put them 2 up with 6 minutes to play in the first half. Rockmount pulled one back with 6 minutes gone in the second half, and Midelton looked edgy again. Rockmount piled on the pressure from corners and open play, but Midleton held out, until Conor went up to score his side’s third with 15 minutes to go. By now, Owen Coates and James Leahy were into the Midleton midfield, Aaron moving back to his usual left back berth and Martin coming off. Luke Finnerty went off injured to be replaced by Ross Cummins. Jack Enright made it 4-1 Midelton with 13 minutes left, and Conor Fitzgerald wrapped up his hat-trick with 6 minutes to go, injuring himself in the process. It was enough to grab him the Top Scorer trophy for the side for the second year running. The effort put in by this side was amazing, gathering 10 points in the last 3 games, scoring 13 goals with only 2 conceded.
Man of the Match: Fergal Roche

 

Thursday 3rd June Midleton 0-0 Greenwood
Midleton went into this must-win game having lost keeper Joseph Wyer to a sprained wrist 10 minutes before kick off. Cormac Beausang stepped in, and did a magnificent job, keeping a clean sheet. The Midleton boys looked nervous, though, and couldn’t get into any sort of stride. Greenwood, knowing the importance of not being beaten, put players behind the ball all game, forcing Midleton to shoot from distance. Seadnaidh Smyth went on a great run from the midfield and ended up sending a shot fizzing just wide of the upright with 5 minutes to go. The occasion seemed too much for the Midleton lads who just couldn’t get the important first score that would have surely opened the game up. This was only the second game all season that Midelton failed to score, but this result sends them down to Division 3.
Man of the match: Seadnaidh Smyth

 

Tuesday 1st June Crosshaven 1- 8 Midleton
Midleton went looking for the win they desperately needed in their chase for points. For the first 15 minutes they looked nervous, taking long range shots, rather than working the ball in close for goal scoring opportunities. This, despite Jack Enright giving them the lead with a well taken goal after only 3 minutes. Once they started to settle down though, they showed what a good footballing side they are. Alan Ware got the second, following in like all good wingers should, the Crosshaven keeper was in fine form, making one on one stop from China Igboanusi, Conor Fitz and others. Owen Coates and James Leahy bossed the midfield and ran riot in the space they got. Seadnaidh Smyth was again outstanding ably, assissted by Muiris Moloney and Ross Cummins. Aaron Butler had a superb game at left back, with most of the pressure focused on his side. Conor got in on the goals with 2 in 7 minutes before the break, and Midleton looked comfortable. China got his first just before the break to put Midleton 5 up. He then completed his hat-trick in the second half, while Crosshaven pulled one back. Conor Fitz capped a great performance with a superb long distance lob to finish the scoring with a minute to go. Crosshaven's keeper deserves special mention, despite the scoreline. Midleton hit the woodwork four times in all, but the Crosser keeper made great saves time after time to deny the Midelton side .
MoM : James Leahy Scorers: Conor Fitz 3, China 3, Jack Enright, Alan Ware
Subs: Eric Taft for Aaron Butler, Cormac Beausang for Seadnaidh Smyth, Martin Aszyjczyk for China and Fergal Roche for Jack Enright.

 

Tuesday 25th May Temple United 4 - 2 Midleton
Midleton went to the League leaders needing a result badly. Temple went into the lead with a somewhat lucky goal 30 seconds before the end of the first half. They added a second 30 seconds after the restart and it looked all over for Midleton. However, to their credit, the boys fought and fought, even after conceding a killer third. They pulled one back through the outstanding James Leahy with 7 minutes left, before Temple made it safe with a fourth on 58 minutes. Owen Coates scored another consolation in added time. Midleton had keeper Joseph Wyer to thank for keeping them in the game at times, making 3 or 4 terriffic saves. Seadnaidh Smyth made his long awaited comback, and was majestic with his clearances and bringing the ball out from defence.
Scorers: James Leahy, Owen Coates.

 

Saturday 22nd May - St Mary's 2 -1 Midelton
Midelton lost out by the smallest of margins in yet another tight game, this time away to St Mary's. 2-0 down in the second half, they wouldn't lie down, and China Igboanusi scored his first goal for the team with a scrappy goal. Cormac Beausang hit the crossbar direct from a corner, which summed up Midleton's luck in the league this year. Try as they might, they couldn't get the equalizer their play deserved.

Sunday 9th May - Rockmount 4-3 Midleton
Midleton got off to the worst possible start, going 3 goals down in the first 10 minutes. This was after starting very brightly, and having 2 clear chances including hitting the post in the first two minutes. The next 6 minutes was a horror show though as they conceded awful goals from a defensive point of view. They steadied themselves, though, and James Leahy followed up a fine Conor Fitzgerald run and shot which hit the post, to crack  home the rebound. James and his midfield partner Owen Coates stemmed the tide in midfield, with Cormac Beausang and Alan Ware probing on the wings. Aaron Butler came on for Fergal Roche at left back during half time as Midleton went in search of goals. Rockmount though, went up to score again to make it 4-1, and leave Midleton with a mountain to climb. Despite the scoreline, Muiris Moloney at Centre back, and Joseph Wyer in goal were outstanding. Conor Fitzgerald got Midleton's second with a fine strike with 18 minutes left on the clock. Despite all the pressure, Rockmount were holding out until Conor got his second with 3 minutes remaining, harrassing the defender into a mistake, then coolly lobbing the keeper. Try as they might though, they couldn't get the equalizer, and are left looking at a relegation scrap to finish the season.
Man of the match: Muiris Moloney

Friday 16th April - Avondale 3-1 Midleton
Midleton lost the toss and played the first half with the slope on the Beaumount pitch. Owen Coates scored a terrific free kick from 30 yards out, but a missed penalty, efforts against the woodwork and near misses always meant Midleton would find the second half tough going.
That was they way it turned out with Avondale scoring 3 in the second half, despite the best efforts of Coates, Cian McNerney, Conor Fitzgerald and Joseph Wyer. The Midleton side gave their all in the second half, but just couldn't break down a resolute Avondale defence.
Man of the Match: Owen Coates
Midleton: J Wyer, R Cummins, A Butler, S Smyth, L Finnerty, J Leahy, A Ware, C Beausang, C Fitzgerald, O Coates, J Enright Subs: M Moloney for S Smyth, C McNerney for J Enright, F Roche for A Ware.

Friendly - Churchvilla 1- 1 Midleton
Midleton tore into Churchvilla in the first half with the benefit of the slope, and should have run up a few goals, but for tremendous saves, the woodwork, and some bad luck in front of goal. Cian McNerney ran himself into the ground, but just couldn't score the goal his efforts deserved.
Muiris Moloney was immense at centre back, ably assisted by Ross Cummins, Eric Taft and Oisin Kelly. Anthony Walsh, and Alan Ware did great work down their wings, while Fergal Roche played a blinder in central midfield. Jack Enright scored the Midleton goal in the first half, working well with his strike partners up front, in Joseph Wyer and Shane Murphy. Churchvilla were awarded a penalty late on which was saved by the excellent Brian O'Farrell, but the referee ordered a re-take which was converted to leave the game drawn.
Man of the Match: Muiris Moloney.

 

Sunday 11th April Innishvilla v Midleton
Midleton looked like they would run away with the game going in at half time 1-3 up, though goals by Alan Ware (2) and Jack Enright, with Cian McNerney hitting the crossbar after a terriffic run through the centre. Indeed Jack Enright's second of the game, 10 minutes into the second half looked to have the game sewn up, but Innishvilla scored 3 goals in 6 frantic minutes to leave the game tied at 4-4. Try as they might, Midleton couldn't find a winner, despite piling on the pressure at the end.
Innishvilla 4 - 4 Midleton

Man of the Match: Aaron Butler
Team: J Wyer, R Cummins, A Butler, S Smyth, L Finnerty, A Ware, J Leahy, C Fitzgerald, C Beausang, J Enright, C McNerney. Subs: M Moloney, A Walsh, F Roche, E Taft.

 

14th Feb 2010 Midleton Vs Crosshaven
A beautiful sunny morning for soccer in Midleton. Crosshaven made a mockery of their low position in the league by giving Midleton a real fight in the first half and playing some neat football. Midleton were playing some incisive football themselves and got through for shots on goal on quite a few occasions through Alan Ware and Cormac Beausang from the midfield. The Crosshaven keeper was in inspired form, and with some wrong options being taken by the Midleton attack, goals were scarce.
However, Midleton took the lead through Conor Fitzgerald after 7 minutes, continuing his recent purple patch for the U12 development squad, and the Midleton U13 team. Midleton continued to pressurise Crosshaven's defence, but had 2 close escapes in their own penalty area when Crosshaven had decent shouts for a penalty. A through ball caught out the Midleton defence in the 22nd minutes allowing a neat finish past Joseph Wyer for the equaliser.

In the 3rd minute of the second half Midleton were awarded a slightly dubious penalty for handball which was confidently stroked home by Conor Fitzgerald. The Crosshaven heads dropped, and Midleton sensed an opportunity. Jack Enright ran at the defence at every opportunity, taking on shots himself and crossing for teammates to try and score, and scored the goal his efforts deserved after 10 minutes.
Martin Aszyjczyk replaced Cormac Beausang, who had run himself into the ground, after 13 minutes. Jamie Warrington replaced the injured Conor Fitzgerald with 13 minutes left, and scored himself 5 minutes later. Fergal Roche replaced Ross Cummins at right back with 7 minutes left and looked equally at home there.
Jack Enright wrapped up the game with Midleton's fifth and his second with 30 seconds on the clock, which gave the scoreline a slightly unreal look, and certainly didn't reflect Crosshaven's endeavour.
Indeed Muiris Moloney, Aaron Butler and Seadnaidh Smyth were hard pressed at times, Seadnaidh making some terrific interceptions with his electric pace. James Leahy and Owen Coates link up very well in central midfield, James just shading the man of the match award.
Final score Midleton 5, Crosshaven 1.

 

 

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