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Senior Footballers continue their unbeaten run

posted Apr 10, 2012, 5:29 AM by Kevin Brassil
Raheny 1-12      Na Fianna 0-10
This Good Friday challenge game proved to be a very useful exercise for the thus far unbeaten Senior Footballers. It was a chance to test themselves against a quality team, also unbeaten this year in division one.
Although the performance of the team proved impressive on the day for both management and the many supporters that turned up, it was the performance of some of the players who have so far been on the fringe of the team that will give Whelo and his management team most satisfaction. Players such as Ger Coady, Seán Byrne, Paddy O'Higgins and Davey Carroll all performed well and will give serious selection headaches for the management team ahead of their next Division two league game against Skerries out in Skerries on Sunday week. This healthy competition for places has been a key ingredient in the team's displays to date and will hopefully keep the marroon machine rolling in the right direction.
Another challenge game against St Judes next Monday evening at 6.45 in St Annes, also a tough division one team should provide further good preparation ahead of both the Skerries league game and the senior championship. Everyone involved with the team also greatly appreciates the supporters that have turned up to cheer on the team so far and will continue to welcome all further support for both home and away games throughout the year.