Goal Drought – 24th December 05
Taking this season’s players (excluding goalkeepers) who have played over
five matches the following players have yet to hit the back of the net this
season.

Dominic Martin 18 matches this season. Last goal – 12th September 04 in a 6
– 0 win against Rathkenny Rovers .Dominic has played 31 games since this
goal although some of these matches he played in goal.

Ciaran Rispin 18 matches this season. Last goal – 15th February 04 in a 5 –
3 win against Electro Celtic. Ciaran has played 69 matches since this goal.

Keith Jones 17 matches this season. Last goal – 11th May 05 in a 5 – 2 win
against Albion Rovers. Keith has played 18 matches since this goal, however
Keith did score for the MDL Under 21 side in the Oscar Tryanor Cup earlier
this season.

Mark Gilsenan 7 matches this season. Last goal 9th November 03 in a 5 – 2
win against Square Utd. Mark has played 22 matches since this goal although
he did not play for the club in the 2004/2005 season.

Mark Scanlon 10 matches this season. Last goal 2nd April 05 in a 4 – 2 win
against Dromin United. Mark has played 15 games since this goal.

David Campbell 12 matches this season. Last goal 23rd April 05 in an 8 – 1
defeat against Carrick Rovers. David has played 16 games since this goal.

Danny Quinn 17 matches this season. Last goal 24th January 04 in a 4 – 1 win
against Ardee Celtic. Danny has played 29 matched since this goal although
he did not play for the club in the 2004/2005 season.

Alex Geraghty 14 matches. Alex progressed from last year’s under 17 team and
has yet to register a goal as a senior goal.

Apart from David Campbell’s goal in an 8 – 1 defeat against Carrick all
these players’ last goals came in victories, obviously they save their goals
for when we need them!!!

Winning Streak – 09-09-2005
1st Team
In 2004-2005 the 1st Team put in three winning streaks in the league. The first was a five game winning streak starting with the first game of the season against Rathkenny, followed by victories over Rock Celtic, Trim Town, Botown and again Rathkenny before defeat by Gelnmuir halted the run.
The next run was less significant as it was only three wins in a row against Dromin, Square and Carrick, however this was the start of un unbeaten run of eleven games.
The third and longest winning streak included six games of the aforementioned eleven game unbeaten run in which Dromin, Ardee, Glenmuir, Trim Town, Rock Celtic, and Botown being beaten before a draw with Carrick ended the run.

2nd Team
In 2004-2005 the second team struggled with inconsistancy and only put in one short winning streak, with three victories over Square, Dromin and Rock. This run was ended with a draw against Duleek, Not surprisingly this was also the second teams longest unbeaten run as the draw against Duleek was followed by another victory over Dromin to leave them with an unbeaten run of five games.

Summary

1st Team
Winning Streak – 6
Unbeaten Run – 11

2nd Team
Winning Streak – 3
Unbeaten Run – 5

Bench Warmers – 20-06-2005

The Substitute of the Season Award goes to Ross Campbell who sat on the bench 14 times coming on 10 times and being unused 3 times.

Ross was pushed all the way by Stephen Jones who sat on the bench 13 times coming on 5 times and being unused 8 times. Stephen thus collects the award for Most Unused Sub of Season

The following players have spent the most number of times as a substitute.

1st Team

Ross Campbell sat on the bench for 12 First Team games coming on 9 times and being unused 3 times

Ciaran Mulvanna sat on the bench for 10 First Team games coming on 5 times and being unused 5 times

Brian Quinn sat on the bench for 10 First Team games coming on 6 times and being unused 4 times

Craig O’Hanlon sat on the bench for 9 First Team games coming on all 9 times

2nd Team

Guiseppe Sanzo sat on the bench for 9 Second Team games coming on 5 times and being unused 4 times

Pete Dilworth sat on the bench for 8 Second Team games coming on 6 times and being unused twice

John Kane sat on the bench for 6 Second Team games coming on all 6 times

Alan McCormack sat on the bench for 6 Second Team games coming on 4 times and being unusedtwice

Squad Rotation – 08-05-2005

So far this season 1st Team manager has used 33 different players while the Second team have used 38!

Claudio Ranieri would be proud of such squad rotation!

Team Goals – 18-04-2005

The first team have scored 95 goals in 31 games this season an average of 3.06 goals per game.

These 95 goals have been shared out among 15 different players with 1 goal also coming from an own goal.

The second team have scored 32 goals in 19 games this season an average of 1.68 goals per game.

These 32 goals have been shared out among 14 different players.

Net Minders – 07-04-2005

Mick Martin has kept 4 clean sheets in total, 2 in 6 games with the 2nd Team and 2 in 4 games for the 1st team 12 goals in 6 games

Barry O’Callaghan has kept 3 clean sheets in 23 first team games conceding 35 goals

Tom Barry has kept 2 clean sheets in 8 2nd Team games.12 goals

Roger Wheeler has conceed 4 goals in 2 matches

Brendan Murphy has conceded 1 goal in 1 match

Dominic Martin has conceded 1 goal in 1 match

Ever Presents – 01-04-2005

Only two players in the club have played every game for their team this season.
The two players are Ciaran Rispin and Dominic Martin, who have played every game for the first team. Keith Jones, Paul Campbell, David Fagan, David Conway and Noel Payne have missed just one game each.
There are no ever-presents on the second team with Gordon Flood & David Campbell both having missed 1 game e