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Cappry Rovers continue excellent run of form with win over Bonagee

first_imgCAPPRY ROVERS NEWS: CAPPRY ROVERSCappry Rovers 3-0 Bonagee UnitedCappry Rovers secured the points when they overcame Bonagee United by virtue of the 3-0 score line at a wet and windy Cappry Park.Cappry took the game to the visitors from the start when at the 7th minute they hit the post from a free kick. Cappry made the break through in the 10th minute when Calvin Bradley scored with a shot from twenty yards. Bonagee upped their game in search of the equaliser but couldn’t find a way through a strong Cappry defence. Cappry created a few more chances but couldn’t  score. Cappry upped their game in the second half in search of the second goal and it arrived in the 58th minute following a corner, the ball fell to NP McDaid  at the back post and he scored from close range. Patrick McNulty sealed the points for Cappry in the 71st minute when he won the ball and blasted to the top of the net passed the advancing keeper. Cappry could have scored again but the Bonagee keeper made a good save. Best for Cappry NP McDaid and Patrick McNulty. Graham Cullen was best for Bonagee. Referee Liam McLaughlin.CAPPRY ROVERS RESERVESThe visitors to Cappry Park got off to a strong start putting pressure on the home team but it didn’t take long for Cappry to turn things around with a few missed goal opportunities from Colm Melaugh and NP McDaid. St. Catherine’s had opportunities too but could not find the back of the net, along with a denied penalty shout when one of the Killybeg’s wingers going down in a challenge outside the box. Cappry had the majority of possession in the first half but were just unable to capitalise from their efforts leaving the game scoreless at half-time.St. Catherine’s came out battling in the 2nd half putting the Cappry defence under pressure but were denied by a couple of fine saves from Paddy Friel in goals. The game play went end to end with both teams trying to break the deadlock when a fine strike from midfielder Shane Laverty in the 68th minute but the home team ahead. 3 minutes later, Cappry added to their toll when Shane O’Donnell headed in the 2nd goal. It didn’t stop there when the St. Catherine’s keeper stopped a shot from Colm Melaugh that came back out to Conor Laverty who buried it in the back of the net from outside the box making it 3-0 to the home side. St. Catherine’s didn’t give up the fight as they kept the pressure on to break though the Cappry defence but fine performances from Conor Scanlon and Darren Bonner held the defence intact. Things got worse for the visitors when a ball played to Kyle O’Meara on the left wing lead to him pushing up and swinging a superb cross into the box for Gerard Melaugh to finish in style scoring Cappry’s 4th goal on the 84th minute and thus seeing out the game. A strong finish for Cappry with performances all round.CAPPRY ROVERS U16’sCappry Rovers travelled to Letterkenny to play Ballyraine Utd on Saturday and came back home with the 3 points. Joel Bradley Walsh scored for Cappry with the only goal of the game.CAPPRY ROVERS U12’sOur U12’s were back in league action on Saturday when they travelled to Lagan Harps and continued their good run with a 2-1 victory. Mark Mbuli and Daniel Marley scoring the Cappry goals.CAPPRY COLTS U12’sThe Colts also continued their good run when the ran out comprehensive 6-0 winners over Fintown Harps Colts. Niall Ryan scored 4 goals with Eoin McGonagle and Odhran Quigley Doherty getting a goal a piece. This was an excellent performance for the lads and it shows that the hard work is paying off.CAPPRY ROVERS U8’sCappry travelled to Convoy on Friday evening last to take part in a football blitz which was hosted by Convoy Arsenal. Cappry took 25 children and they all got loads of football. Thanks to Convoy for hosting the blitz.CAPPRY ROVERS MEGA DRAWCappry are holding a mega draw where you could win a Skoda Octavia Ambition along with some more great prizes. Also included with each ticket is a 20% off voucher for McElhinney’s store which should come in handy coming up to Christmas. The draw will take place 29th December. Tickets are priced at €20 and all funds raised will go towards an Astro turf pitch. If you’re interested in a ticket contact Danny 087 7797581. Cappry Rovers continue excellent run of form with win over Bonagee was last modified: October 18th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BONAGEE UNITEDCappry RoverssoccerSportlast_img

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