Second Team vs Kilmessan

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Thu 20 Jun 19
Score: 6 - 2

Match Report

Kilmessan came to Tully Park for the return fixture and started the game really well and taking the lead. Trim woke up and levelled from a penalty that was won and convertedby Lee Dixon. Niall Farrell doubled Celtic’s lead converting from a tight angle. The home side lost Ruairi Shortt to injury midway through the half with Cian Mc Carthy coming on to add a bit of pace to the attack Celtic had a great start to the second half with good work from top goal scorer Lee Dixon to set up veteran Keith Jones whose speculative shot proved too hot to handle for the visiting keeper. Kilmessan efforts to play the ball out from the back suited Celtic who pressed them hard to regain possession with McCarthy working tirelessly and setting up substitute Paul Bartley for a four goal. Kilmessan gave themselves a lifeline with a superb strike into the top corner scored but there was to be no comeback as Trim scored with their next attack. Dean Rowlands superb deep cross found Bartley who cleverly headed across the box for full back Colm Moriarty to nod home. Bartley added his second before the final whistle. Best for Trim Celtic were Keith Jones, Lee Dixon and Colm Moriarty

Ground

Tully Park
Summerhill Rd, Trim, Co. Meath, Ireland

Second Team

1Robbie Westphal Goalkeeper
2Colm Moriarty Defender
3Daryll Kelly 13 Defender
4Alan Troy Defender
5Mark Corrigan Defender
6Leon O’Neill Midfielder
7Keith Jones Defender
8Niall Farrell Midfielder
9Lee Dixon 14 Forward
10Ruairi Shortt 12 Midfielder
11Dominic Fagan Midfielder
12Cian McCarthy 10 Midfielder
13Dean Rowlands 3 Midfielder
14Paul Bartley 9 Defender
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Kilmessan