Lee Strand U-15 County Football League - Div 9B 
16 June 2021, 3:00 pm
Laune Rangers
4-16 - 1-6
J P O Sullivan Park
Under 15 Boys White

Match Report

Under 15 White team get their season off to a winning start 

Laune Rangers Under 15 White team made a winning start to their County League Division 9B campaign, as they hosted Kilcummin in JP O’Sullivan Park 

Rangers got off to a great start, scoring two goals inside the opening 90 seconds through Logan Foley & Adam O’Neill, before O’Neill added a point shortly after.  Logan Foley pointed before a third goal came for the hosts, as Patrick O’Donnell applied a super finish from a tight angle.  Kilcummin got their first score in the 10th minute from a pointed free, but Patrick O’Donnell and Cormac Moriarty pointed at the other end to leave the home side in a commanding lead at the water break. 

The second quarter was much tighter.  Rian Hogan & Logan Foley added point for Rangers but Kilcummin responded with a goal and a point, while Rian Hogan knocked over the last point before the break. 

Half Time Score:- Laune Rangers 3-7, Kilcummin 1-2 

Brian Foley & Patryk Radny points were nullified by a brace by Kilcummin before the water break, but Rangers controlled the final quarter.  Substitutes Aaron Doyle, Patryk Radny & Ryan Carey (1-3) all scored, while final points by Logan Foley & Oran O’Sullivan were sandwiched between two for the visitors as before the final whistle. 

Full Time Score:- Laune Rangers 4-16, Kilcummin 1-6 

The win coincides with a great win for the Blue team on Wednesday night, as 29 players in the Under 15 age grade started a game this week. 

Laune Rangers White:- Harvey Mangan, Denis McGeever, Callum O’Sullivan, Luke Moriarty, Ned O’Grady, Evan Moriarty, Callum Russell, Dylan Flynn, Logan Foley (1-3), Rian Hogan (0-2), Patrick O’Donnell (1-1), Rian O’Sullivan, Cormac Moriarty (0-1), Adam O’Neill (1-1), Oran O’Sullivan (0-1).  Subs: Brian Foley (0-1), Colm O’Shea, Patryk Radny (0-2), Ryan Carey (1-3, 1f), Aaron Doyle (0-1), Adam Radny, Seán O’Donnell.