Only one match this weekend due to the adverse weather
Trim Celtic 3 vs Kells 1
Trim Celtic U14As produced a superb performance to overturn a one goal deficit and run out 3-1 winners away against Kells Blackwater in this league encounter. After a 3 week break, Trim started very lively with some great play and were unlucky to have a goal from Kevin Nally disallowed in the first 5 minutes. Trim continued to press and had Kells pinned into their own half and it seemed it would only be a matter of time until the deadlock was broken. However, it was Kells who scored first with their first real attack of the game. Trim didn’t allow this to set them back and came back at Kells for the next 15 mins. In the 32nd minute, Stephen Moroney played an excellent cross ball into the path of Craig Peppard who was out on the left wing. He calmly bore down on goal and slipped the ball over the Kells keeper to level the match. Two minutes later Trim were on top when Shane Moore made a great clearance into the Kells half and in a 3-way sprint for the ball, Kevin McKeown showed great pace to outrun the defender and keeper and slip the ball by the keeper. In the 2nd half, Stuart Lumb produced one outstanding save to keep Trim’s lead but Trim continued to have the better of the play and made their dominance count when Neil Sweeney played to Paul Kennedy who crossed for Kevin McKeown; his shot was saved but Craig Peppard was on hand to finish for his second and Trim’s third. It was another all round fine performance with Anthony Neary and Shane Moore dominant in central defence; Craig Peppard shining on the left wing and Kevin Nally and Stephen Moroney controlling in midfield.