Thursday, 16 May 2019 at 09:26 AM Joe Hegarty
Owen Roe’s U-14 boys side welcomed unbeaten Drumquin to Glenmornan this morning in the latest round of the U14 league this morning. Following an encouraging display it was the young Leckpatrick men that claimed both points on offer as they put in their best display of the campaign to date.
The first half was where the Roe’s youngsters made their mark as determined play and fine team work saw them into the interval with a 6 point lead.
The second half was only a few minutes old when the game was delayed for a long time following an unfortunate injury to Drumquin's Finnen Patterson.
Following the restart Daire Mc Gonigle struck a few points with his namesake Daire Dooher bagging a well taken goal.
However the Wolf Tone’s came battling back and struck two unanswered goals to leave the game in the melting point once more.
Nonetheless Aidan Hegarty steadied the ship and found range to ensure Owen Roe’s had enough in the tank to get over the line.
A fine team display for the Glen men where Aaron Dooher, Daire Dooher and Daire Mc Gonigle were very influential.
More importantly than all that though was the injury to Drumquin's Finnen Patterson. Everyone at Owen Roe’s wishes him well, and hope that it'll not be too long before he's back strutting his stuff in Mc Girr Park.