ECB Fé 16 League Carrigtwohill 2-13 v. St.Colemans 0-1. Mon 3rd April
Carrigtwohill U16’s Ladies played their 2 nd game of the season against St.Colemans, in Carrigtwohill last Monday 3 rd April at 6.30pm.
The game started dramatically with a penalty awarded 8 minutes into the game, when Kayla O’Riordan was brought down on her way to scoring a goal. Allannah Ngwa stepped up to the penalty spot and took a cracking shot, which resulted in the game’s opening score – a goal.
The game progressed from there with some superb play from all of the Carrig girls.
St. Colemans was unable to find a way to get their game to flow and when they got pass our mid-field they were up against our formidable half-backs Carrie Dorgan and Laura Kenny who both cleaned up any ball near them and should St. Colemans get past these two they were immediately stopped by our sterling back line Ciara Beamish, Debbie Igboanusi and Magda Kijanka, who made no
mistakes on the day and left our goalie, Ala Dyczewska, very little to do.
The first half finished Carrigtwohill 1-6 v. St. Colemans 0-0.
The second half started much as the first half finished, with the Carrig girls taking control of the
game and very few mistakes made by our midfield Allannah Ngwa and Louise Horgan who tirelessly
chased down the ball in order to create scoring chances. The half forwards Kayla O’Riordan and Ciara
Wilkinson had a great game and created havoc in the St. Coleman backlines.
Our full forward trio of Moya O’Riordan, Leah Buckley and Una O’Brien were deadly in their
determination in seeking scores.
Leah Buckley got our second goal from a beautiful pass from Kayla O’Riordan but was denied her
second goal, as the referee deemed it a ‘square ball’. All in all a very good performance by all the Carrig girls.
Final score Carrigtwohill 2-13 v. St.Colemans 0-1.
Carrigtwohill Team: Ala Dyczewska, Ciara Beamish, Debbie Igboanusi, Magda Kijanka, Laura Kenny,
Carrie Dorgan, Allanah Ngwa(1-1), Louise Horgan(0-3), Kayla O’Riordan(0-4), Ciara Wilkinson, Moya
O’Riordan, Leah Buckley(1-0), Una O’Brien(0-5).