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Academy Team Up and Running

Park Celtic’s U7 Team continue excellent performances – this time against Terenure Rangers

Well done to our U7 team who played with incredible skill this week – practising dribbling and tricks was the order of the day and they did not let the huge crowd down that turned up for this hotly contested match.

Terenure had 2 extremely well drilled and skilful teams and we thank them for 4 great matches.

Player profiles

  1. Éanna O’Keeffe – Dominant display at the heart of Park Celtic’s defence, calm and collected on the ball with a tendency for a crunching tackle or two! Also contributed 2 goals during the day.
  2. James O’Brien – The “Cabinteely Messi”.  Some incredible dribbles down each wing with at least 2 nutmegs to his name.  He will be a marked man from here on!
  3. Conor Purcell – One part of the terrible two.  The 2 Purcell brothers had to be separated into different teams this week following both scoring hatricks against the previous opposition in their first game.  Conor continued where he left off with a great eye for goal.
  4. Brian Purcell – Another vocal performance from Brian, demanding the ball executing some incredible skills and sticking it in the onion bag every chance he got!
  5. Killian Bernin – One of his tackles could be heard on the Northside.  Park Celtic’s version of Roy Keane.  Increible engine for a 7 year old and some incredible goals.  Proverbial box to box player!
  6. Dylan – Dylan’s debut following signing for Park Celtic for 2017/18 season.  If he keeps this level of performance up he’ll be a 101 in Match Attax.
  7. Alex Dillan – This man certainly has 20:20 vision – some of his passes would have fit through the eye of a needle they were so accurate.
  8. Paddy Rigby – this man does all his talking on the pitch.  It is obvious his father is from Scotland as he is such a tight marker on the pitch.  Paddy had another great game this week.
  9. Louis Holton – what a flyer this guy is – if you blink he’s gone and blink again and it’s in the back of the net.