United U14s advance to league semi-finals

It was another busy weekend of action

An accomplished performance ensured Xavi Vazquez's promising Galway United U14 outfit defeated St Patrick's Athletic 4-0 in a league quarter-final at Eamonn Deacy Park.

The highly regarded Saints were well beaten by the home side, who settled impressively with Billy Regan, Eoin Hannon, Kyle Fitzgerald, and Jack Kelly contributing goals.

At the penultimate stage United face Cobh Ramblers, who enjoyed a stirring 3-2 away success over Derry City.

Anthony O'Neill's United U15s delivered a gutsy display, but eventually lost 3-2 to St Patrick's Athletic in the capital on Sunday.

Brian Cunningham, brother of United first team player Padraic, and Tom Lydon scored for the visitors'.

Martin Devlin's United U17s proved too strong for Wexford at Ferrycarrig Park with David Tarmey (3 ), Mark O'Halloran, and Liam Murray mining goals.

Tarmey has now scored 12 since August for Devlin's rapidly improving squad, who are preparing for a Mark Farren Cup decider next month.

Brendan O'Connor's U19s were beaten 3-1 by Bohemians with Gavin Gilmore netting for United.

Galway WFC U17s suffered another disappointing 1-4 home loss to Treaty United at Dangan. Rola Olusola scored for Galway WFC.


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