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Springfield Ramblers Match Reports 14/15th February



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Springfield Ramblers A 6 – 2 Passage United
Springer’s started very strong and went a goal up after 2 mins from a Brian Danaj finish. Passage got one back from a penalty. Springfield took the lead again from a PJ O Regan goal and they continued to dominate the game in every part of the pitch. Jamie Kelly dominated the game in midfield and everything that Springer’s done well went through him. Further goals from Danaj, ORegan and one each from Alex Mc Carthy and Keelan Ryan ensured that Springer’s ran out comfortable winners. This was a fantastic squad performance from all 17 players involved. Thanks to Nigel Kelleher for the use of the 3 U13 players. Man of the match was Jamie Kelly who gave a fantastic performance in midfield.

U14 Local Cup
Everton 0 – 6 Springfield Ramblers
A comprehensive victory away to a very tough division one side that knocked us out last year. Springfield dominated from start to finish and should go in to next week’s last 16 national cup game confident. Goals scored by Diarmaid 2, Dara, Lewis, Mikey, and Evan.

Umbro 14 Division 5
Springfield Ramblers B 0 – 1 Blarney United A
With our first home league game since Sept against top of the table everyone was expecting a stern test from today’s game. From the start the home team surprised everyone with their skill and desire really taking the game to Blarney. The first half was completely dominated by Springfield with keeper Niall Moynihan almost a spectator. With all the possession however chances were few as the strong Blarney defence stood tall and the score remained 0-0 at half time. With a slight wind at their backs Blarney came out more in the second half a when a speculative long range shot eluded the home keeper on wet a slippery surface Blarney took advantage to knock the loose ball in. This knocked the home team for a few minutes as there earlier play deserved better. Springfield came back into it and dominated the remainder of the game but could not make the break through that even the most biased would not have denied them.
The season of if only continued and this was a particularly hard defeat to take but the lads will pick themselves up once again.
A lot of good performances on the day with special mention to Darragh Heelin and Adam Hayes and Man of the Match to Shane Kelsal who dominated in the home defence.

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