Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Perfect records intact for Loreto and Railway

Women's Division One:
Trinity 0 Railway Union 5 (Kate Dillon 2, Nikki Evans 2, Jean McDonnell)
Railway made it a magnificent seven as they brushed aside Trinity 5-0 at Santry tonight, building a 2-0 lead at half-time before stretching out to a comfortable win in the second period. Nikki Evans continues her rehabilitation from a back problem in style as she netted twice while midfielder Kate Dillon also picked up a brace.

Glenanne 0 Loreto 7 (Nikki Symmons 3, Catriona Tipping, Cathy McKean, Nicci Daly, Hannah Matthews)
Loreto also maintained their perfect record in Leinster league hockey to date with a stunning seven goal salvo against Glenanne in St Mark's with Nikki Symmons netting a hat-trick. She scored the first two goals before the returning Catriona Tipping and Cathy McKean both got on the mark before half-time. Nicci Daly made it five early in the second half, scoring against her old club before Hannah Matthews struck home a corner and Symmons completed the evening with a stunning goal to complete her trio.


Anonymous said...

Poetry in motion Loreto, you showed up Glens back line ig time, even new keeper made no difference, you were class!!!

Anonymous said...

might as well just put up the scores Stephen Findlater. All you've done in these reports is report twice who scored the goals.

Anonymous said...

Railway looked very, very good but 5-0 was a little harsh on trinity who actually did quite well.

Anonymous said...

Very harsh 11:17, Stephen can't make every match & he offers an exceptional service for Leinster Hockey free gratis.

He often relies on other eyes & ears for match reports but people like yourself, either didn't turn up for either of these games or if you did you didn't send Stephen a thesis on it, like u obviously wished to read...

There's more info than just a few goals scorers in the piece.

Ur comments do not reflect the majority on here & quite frankly are out of order.

Keep up the good work Stephen.

Anonymous said...

well considering loretos midfield did most of the damage it might be a little unfair to blame it on glens backline. loreto were a class above but there are a couple of decent players in glenanne too.