Davy does the early business
"I've heard of that (second season syndrome!)."
BRAY-BORN Fergus Kavanagh helped Australia land the men's hockey World Cup in the Hague this week in incredible fashion, his side winning the final 6-1 against the host nation.
ANOTHER WDSL Shield final in the Carlisle Grounds, another WDSL Shield final decided in extra time.
THE Division 1 Shield was brought to a halt on Saturday last, as St. Anthony's of Kilcoole defeated Wicklow Rovers by two goals to one in the climax at the Carlisle Grounds.
WITH Paul Doolin keeping tabs before naming his Republic of Ireland U-19 squad for the Elite phase of the Euro's next month, Dylan Hayes has picked the right time of the season to hit form with the Rams' 21's/reserves.
SHILLELAGH United's withdrawal from the top flight has aided some teams, while it has hampered others.
AS he prepares his side for their third match in seven days, Alan Mathews has hit out at the powers that be for inflicting a gruelling schedule on his part-time squad.
DINNY Corcoran ensured that it was close, but not close enough for Bray Wanderers as he pinched two points from the Seagulls on Friday evening.
The semi-finals await Fassaroe Youth Club after this drab last eight clash with local rivals Ballywaltrim that went all the way to penalties.
BRAY Wanderers U-19's rounded off a fine campaign with a 0-5 win over Cobh Ramblers that guaranteed them a sixth place finish.
ARKLOW United look a million miles from relegation following another success at the weekend. They travelled to Ballywaltrim for a clichéd six-pointer against St. Fergal's AFC A and the Ferndale Park men smoothly negotiated their way to a 0-3 win.
SHAMROCK Celtic, Fassaroe YC and Wicklow Town B all joined Rathnew AFC B in the Charlie Byrne Division 3 North Cup last four at the weekend.
"I've heard of that (second season syndrome!). I wouldn't be too worried about it. Then again, I did come in unknown last season so defenders will know what I'm about so it will be harder. But that's up to me, I'll have to work on my game and change it up a bit", – Davy O'Sullivan, 3/12/2013.
Paul McShane could be the envy of Wayne Rooney, Robin Van Persie and Juan Mata next season as his Hull City side stand on the cusp of potential European football.
On the senior front at the weekend both the first team and second team had excellent wins, the first team travelled to take on fourth placed Portmarnock and came home with a fantastic 2-0 victory against a side they lost 4-1 to at home earlier in the season.
Blessington native and Senior Irish soccer player, Louise Quinn, collected the 3FAI Senior International Player of the Year award at the recent soccer awards in the RTE studios.
It looks like Alan Mathews has quickly become accustomed to the Bray Wanderers approach of doing things the hard way. Having seen his side throw away a two-goal lead at the home of his former club, Mathews called upon Jake Kelly to bail him out and the attacker answered the call with a hat-trick in extra time.
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