Extended Season kicks off with 10 goal thriller in Martinstown
Review of first weekend back September 1st

Limerick County Schoolboys section kicked off their extended season last weekend with games in the even ages. These are basically the same age groups that they played previously. Next weekend it will be the turn of the odd age groups and the return also of the girls section. The following will also see the first round of the National Cups.

First up in the U14 Premier were Kilfrush Crusaders and Murroe with the home side coming out on top 3-2. Goalscrorers for Kilfrush were Conor Martin with 2 and James O Sullivan while Killian Quaid better known for his goalkeeping prowess getting both goals for Murroe. Last seasons runners up Charleville were 2-0 home winners over new boys Cullen. Shane O Riordan with both goals. The game of the day was undoubtedly in Martinstown in U14 Division 1 where Castle Utd & Herbertstown shared 10 goals in a heartstopping 5-5 draw where the lead changed 3 times. Killian Aherne being the undoubted Man of the match. He scored twice and set up another 2 for Castle Utd. Patrick Mooney, James Philpott & Jack Carroll with the other goals. Herbertstown also played their part in a great game having being behin twice before taking lead late only to concede very late fo a share of the spoils. No goalscorers at hand for Herbertstown. Elsewhere in this division, Knockainey had a 1-0 win over Pallas Utd with Diarmuid Enright bagging the winning goal. U12 Premier Holycross hosted Kilmallock and prevailed on a 3-0 scoreline. Barry Callinan with 2 and Cillian Murphy. Murroe A were 3-0 winners over promoted side Pallas Utd. Cathal Sheridan, Matty Walsh and Darren Collopy on Target for Murroe. Last but not least in U12 Division 1 there were wins for Murroe B & Charleville B. Murroe getting the win over Castle Utd by 6 goals to 1. Cathal Foley being ace marksman on the day with 4 goals for Murroe B. Charleville B were 5-1 winners at home to Knockainey. Billy Kiely, Sean Byrne, Calvin Hickey, Rhys Browne & Jack Noonan for Charleville.

11/09/2018