Disappointment For U15s Against Old Rivals

Disappointment For U15s Against Old Rivals

CYFC u15s 0 Ballinamallard 3

Last Saturday the u15s made the long trek to Fisher Park to face Ballinamallard in a National League fixture. On a perfect surface in incredible summer like conditions the home team started the brighter with their slick passing game. On 20 minutes keeper Moore made a superb save with his knees before another shot just flew inches wide. Mallard’s early dominance created the first goal from a powerful header from a corner on 23 minutes. To their credit the young sizzlers created several good chances with Fraser’s powerful shot blocked from 15 yards, a goal bound chip from Wilson cleared off the line and another drive from Donaghy well saved. Unfortunately a defensive error just before half time turned the game when the Mallards doubled their lead from 5 yards. Into the second half the homesters missed a great chance from the penalty spot on 45 minutes. Their attacking play was relentless with Moore having to be at his best alongside MOM Shane Murphy who performed heroically in defence on the day. Another tough day at the office with the boys all needing to lift their performances together to compete against the better teams at this level.

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