Three and easy for Dromore U15s

5 March 2014; A general view of a football. UEFA Under 21 Championship Qualifier, Republic of Ireland v Montenegro, Tallaght Stadium, Tallaght, Co. Dublin. Picture credit: Piaras O Midheach / SPORTSFILE
5 March 2014; A general view of a football. UEFA Under 21 Championship Qualifier, Republic of Ireland v Montenegro, Tallaght Stadium, Tallaght, Co. Dublin. Picture credit: Piaras O Midheach / SPORTSFILE

Dromore U15s got back to winning ways after last week’s postponement with a hard worked 3-1 win over Bloomfield.

With both teams struggling to get any real grip on the game during the first half it was frustrating to watch.

Dromore opened the scoring after Dylan Hickey struck a long range effort which found its way past the Bloomfield keeper.

The second half saw Dromore play a lot better but they had to show great character as Bloomfield got themselves back into the game with a early equaliser.

A tactical switch found Michael McCavitt playing left wing and leading goal scorer Matty Brush resuming duties up front after suffering an injury in the first half.

This galvanised the U15s and they looked very dangerous down the left.

It took the Dromore rear-gaurd of Ben Scott, Jamie Gregg, Isaac Black, James Howard and Callum Walker to be on their toes to withstand the Bloomfield attacks.

Matty Brush got the U15s’ second goal after some good close control saw him round the keeper to convert a good ball through from Ben Russell.

Just as Bloomfield wasted a good chance to equalise, Dromore went up the other end and were awarded a free kick. Michael McCavitt took control and a cheeky glance at the coaches let them know he was going to shoot.

He didnt disappoint and fired into the top corner from 30 yards to give the U15s a cushion at 3-1 ahead.

This win moves the U15s up to second place and the young players are looking forward to a good 2015.