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December 5, 2018

Another busy week for the club with nearly all of the Senior squads in action over the weekend as well as a huge amount of action on the Junior side. 


The Ladies Vets started the weekend strongly with a comprehensive 9-0 win over Loreto. A hat-trick from Annette Heffernan, a brace from Eran Bailey and Clare Breslin and Jen O'Neill and Shirley Harty with one each.


The Ladies 1sts had an incredible match against Galway side Greenfields in the Irish Hockey Trophy. Ruth McDonagh took the lead for Bray with a penalty corner but Greenfields equalised in the second half bringing it to a shootout. In the end Greenfields came out victorious after sudden death, the final result being 3-4. 


The Ladies 2nds lost 0-3 to Skerries in Division4. They meet again this weekend in the Division 3/4 cup, this time away in Skerries.


Laoise Horgan scored for the Ladies 3rds in a tough outing away to Glenanne. 


The 4ths secured their place in the next round of the Division 9/10 Cup against Avoca. It was 2-2 at full-time with goals from Rebecca Wall and Nuala McGann. The end result was 3-2 after a shoot-out.


Rebecca Wall continued clocking up her goal tally with another in the Ladies 5ths 2-0 win over Genesis. Dee Keogh with the other goal.


The Ladies Indoor squad hosted Three Rock in a friendly as they lead into the league starting on December 16th. The final score was 2-6 to the visitors, Ruth McDonagh and Yani Scully-Lane scoring.


On the Mens side, the Mens 1sts had a 3-1 win away to Enniscorthy in the Railway Cup. Grattan Evans, Daniel Plunkett and Jason Collins all on the mark.


The 2nds lost 0-4 to Corinthians, whilst the 3rds match was postponed.


On the Junior side, the Inter A Girls squad beat Portrane 3-0 in the Junior Jacqui Potter Cup, Ailbhe Lunn, Jessica Knatchbull and Ruby Mitchell scored. 


The Extreme 8 sides had mixed results with a win over Old Alex, a draw against Corinthians and a lost against Monkstown.


The U14c Boys beat Newbridge and the U14as lost to Three Rock in a friendly.


A quieter weekend ahead with just 4 fixtures set.  All details below:









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