U-12 Boys vs Dr. Crokes – 13/05/12

posted 15 Aug 2012, 11:39 by Laune Rangers

Laune Rangers U-12 teams travelled away to Lewis Road to play Dr. Crokes.


Laune Rangers U 12 Blue Team

Dr. Crokes: 6-15

Laune Rangers: 10-08


In a tough encounter, Dr Crokes had the better start kicking many good points. Laune Rangers kept in touch with goals from Ronan O’Shea, Daire Cleary and Eoin O’ Sullivan. As the half progressed Laune Rangers gained momentum keeping pace with Dr Crokes and at half time the score was Dr Crokes 1-10 Laune Rangers 3 – 5. The second half began with Laune Rangers having the greater possession. The Laune Rangers backs played very well during this period. Laune Rangers built up a strong lead with further goals and points from Daire Cleary, Daragh O’ Connor, Roan Moriarty and David Mangan. Dr Crokes did break through as the half went on kicking further points and scoring a number of goals to come within 2 points of Laune Rangers late in the game. Laune Rangers sustained the pressure and further scores from Daire Cleary, Conor Murphy, Ronan O’Shea and Liam Croke meant that Laune Rangers won out on a scoreline of Dr Crokes 6-15  Laune Rangers 10 -8.

Panel: Oisin Daly, Eoin Clifford, Conor Murphy, David Mangan, Liam Croke, Daragh O’ Connor, Eoin O’Sullivan, Ronan O’Shea, Roan Moriarty, Eoin Evans, Daire Cleary, Kevin Fitzpatrick and James Hurley.


Laune Rangers U 12 White Team

Laune Rangers: 4-09         

Dr. Crokes: 5-11


This game was a close encounter for the Rangers; Dr. Crokes being a strong club, our lads put it up to them from the start. Laune Rangers backs in Cormac Doyle and Rory O Connor played blinders as did all the defence, they stood together through out the game.

The Rangers midfielders and forwards played out of their skins with Jack Evans personal tally of 1-1, Dean Callan 2-0, Conor Burke 1-1, Shane Doona 0-2 , Timmy Shea 0-1, Barry Connor 0-2, Evan Madden 0-1 and Sean Cleary 0-1. A great performance.

The Lads were disappointed with the defeat, but, the great spirit, determination, unity and pride in the jersey shown by all the players was in abundance. Everyone on the panel played their part and can be very proud of themselves.

Panel: Dean Callan, Cormac Doyle, Jack Carey, Conor Burke, Eoin Doyle, Ronan Fitzpatrick, Barry Connor, Shane Doona, Evan Madden, Column Kelliher, Jack Evans, Timmy Shea, Gearoid Hassett, Sean Cleary, Nathan Houlihan, Martin Fea.

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