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Results (9 & 10 Nov.) & Fixtures (16 - 18 Nov.)

November 15, 2018

Friday's Vets fixture against Weston was called off, as was the Ladies Indoor friendly against Genesis on Sunday, aside from that all of Saturday's fixtures saw the Senior sides in action take home 3 points across the board.

 

The Ladies 5ths started the day with a 4-2 win over Enniscorthy, Rebecca Wall with a hat-trick and Nuala McGann with the fourth.

 

The Ladies 1sts followed suit with a comprehensive 4-1 win over Genesis 2nds. Another hat-trick for the club with Ruth McDonagh making her mark against the Stillorgan side and Megan Shelley closing out the win.

 

Next up was the Mens 1sts who welcomed Midelton to Templecarrig for the Quarter Finals of the Irish Hockey Challenge. A tight fixture ending 1-1 at full-time, Sean Brennan bringing the Bray lads back to safety with a drag flick in the second half. The shoot-out was equally as thrilling, with young gun Daniel Plunkett sealing the win for Bray in sudden death. Check out Midleton's video compilation of the shoot-out here. Steven Jones and Cian Hussey also scored in the shoot-out.

 

The Ladies 2nds had a tough outing at home to Wexford. Juliette King-hall scored a penalty corner just after the final whistle, securing a big three points for Bray. You can read Juliette's match report here.

 

Away to Navan, the Mens 3rds picked up their 3 points in Kings Hospital with a 2-1 win. James Mungavin and Harry O'Neill on the mark.

 

The final match of the day was the Ladies 3rds against Our Lady's 3rds. Jenny Hughes with the goal securing a 1-0 win and 3 points for the Division 8 newcomers.

 

A great weekend of results all round. Check out below for this weekend's fixtures:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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