OMP Utd vs 2003 Boys Div 1

Sat 26 Nov 16
Score: 5 - 1

Match Report

Trim played their best football of the year in the first half of this game against OMP. The first half was an excellent contest with both teams playing good passing football and creating goal chances with both Jack Fagan and Arnas Mineikis on top around midfield. It was 25 minutes in before the deadlock was broken when OMP broke through the middle and finsihed past Shaun Mulryan. Just 3 minutes later when Adrian Biszcs won the ball on the right, played a lovely pass through to the onrunning Sam Lynch. He beat the centre back inside the penalty area and teed up Dylan Smith to finish neatly into the bottom corner.The teams went into the break level and this reflected the way the game had gone to that point.
The second half began much as the first half had been with the teams matching one another. However 10 minutes into the half OMP went ahead with a good finish to a break up the field. 3 minutes later they extended their lead with a beautiful shot to the bottom corner by their right winger. Trim struggled to get back into the game and mistakes, which hadn't been happening for the first 45 minutes, began to creep into their play. OMP scored a fourth with 8 minutes left but Trim continued their efforts to get back into the game. Adrian Bisczs went on a great run down the right wing and crossed from the end line only for Tyreece Tango, who had found a great position in the penalty area, to scuff his shot into the keeper's arms. This was Trim`s last opportunity and before the end OMP added a fifth. As usual Shaun Mulryan was excellent pulling off 2 marvellous saves. Sam Lynch had a fine game in central midfield. Other good performances for Trim came from Finn O'Connor, Nathan McCormack, Aaron O Connor, Tyreece Tango and Dylan Smith.
Trim Celtic: Shaun Mulryan, Robert Gunning, Finn O'Connor, Sam Lynch, Oisin Gallagher, Arnas Mineikis, Aaron O'Connor, Tyreece Tango, Dylan Smith, Jack Fagan, Nathan McCormack, Donal McGale, Sean McPhillips, Adrian Biszcs


St. Mary's Park
Saint Mary\'s Park, Co. Meath, Ireland


16 Boys Prem White