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2009/10

Date:16/1/10
Comp:Leinster Junior Cup 4 th Rd.
Venue:Newhall
Kick Off:2.00

Liffey Celtic 1 Wicklow Rovers 0

If ever there was a game of two halfs this was it,while defences were generally on top in the early stages it was the Kildare side  that enjoyed the lions share of the possession.Both sides started cautiously opting to go with just one up front.With a crowded midfield chances proved difficult to create but with Jamie Lamb’s pace causing problems to the Rovers defence the home side started to threaten.As the half progressed Liffey went close with efforts from Alan Dowling been well saved by Rovers keeper Simon Alexander and Robbie Cullen was denied when centre back Paul Newsome took the ball of his toe with a well timed tackle.Celtic made the break through in the 29 th minute when Brian Collins crossed to find Robbie Cullen who fired past Simon Alexander.The home keeper was rarely troubled in the first half but it was an entirely different story in the second half when Rovers came out a more determined outfit and carried the game to the home side for long periods.Shane Cassidy,Paul O’Neill and Luke Byrne began to ask some questions of the home defence with McDonnell pulling of good saves to retain the home teams slender lead.Liffey had a great chance to put the game beyond doubt but Michael Treacey’s well struck effort was brilliantly saved by Simon Alexander.As the game entered the final minutes Liffey keeper McDonnell was called on to make a superb save from Mark O’Sullivan to keep the score at 1-0.In the final minute the home team had a major scare when Luke Byrne was fouled on the edge of the area,from the resulting free kick Luke Byrne forced the home keeper into a great save for the match to end at 1-0.
TEAM:Simon Alexander,Steven Earls,Stephen Moran,Paul Newsome,Paul Alexander,Brian Harrington,Shane Cassidy,Paul O’Neill,Luke Byrne,Jim Foley,Mark O’Sullivan.Subs.Greg Dunne,Stuart Tennent,Conor Tobin,Thomas Smullen.   



MATCH REPORT
Under 8 White Division
Wicklow Rovs A 3 Wolfe Tone B 1

This was an exciting match with both sides playing some lovely football.The home side got off to a flyer when in the second minute a Wayne Costello shot was parried out by the Wolfe Tone keeper only for Keith Carty to follow in and slot the ball away in the bottom corner.Five minutes were gone when Ian Boyce came to the home teams rescue with a great tackle.A minute later Wolfe Tone equalised with a well taken goal.Midway through the half Keith Carty’s solo effort was well saved by the away keeper.Sean Coffey pulled off a great save in the fifteenth minute to keep his team on level terms.Just before half time a short corner from Keith Carty to Ian Boyce who pulled the ball back to Eoin Scrennan on the edge of the area who saw his first time effort power past the keeper to give Rovers a half time lead.Four minutes into the second half a inch perfect pass from Keith Carty found Dylan Frazer who calmly finished in the bottom corner of the net to make it 3-1.At the midway point of the half Sean Coffey pulled of another great save to keep the score at 3-1.Five minutes from the end a move involving Dylan Frazer,Shane Lincoln,Tom Farrell and Ian Boyce ended with the away keeper saving well.In the last minute Ryan Corrigan and Cian O’Brien both combined to clear when Wolfe Tone threatened.This was a very entertaining game with great football played by both sides.SQUAD:Sean Coffey,Ryan Corrigan,Tom Farrell,Keith Carty,Eoin Screenan,Ian Boyce,Dylan Frazer,Wayne Costello,Shane Lincoln,Cian O’Brien.




Under 9 Premier Match Report
Wicklow Rovs. A 0 Carnew A 0

This was a tight encounter between two evenly matched teams.Despite no goals this was a very entertaining game.Three minutes were gone when Jade Kennedy Duffy went down the wing and crossed for Jack Dunne to go close.Twice in the space of two minutes Ciaran Coffey came to the home teams rescue with two great tackles to prevent Carnew getting through on goal.In the 12 th minute Adam Cullen was denied by a good save from the Carnew keeper.Just before the break Luke Robinson combined well with Adam Cullen who shot narrowly wide.The second half started with Carnew going close twice only for Rossa Marron in the Rovers goal to deny them with two great saves.Midway through the half Adam Waldron put Luca Rampersaud in only for his shot to go just past the post.Both sides had chances in the last five minutes to win the game,first Carnew went close but shot wide and in the last minute the home side could have won when Luca Rampersaud put Darragh Mansfield in only for his effort to be blocked by a Carnew defender.A draw was probably a fair result at the end of a very exciting game.This result means our lads are guaranteed at worst a play off for the title.

SQUAD:Rossa Marron,Jack Dunne,Jack Evans,Adam Byrne,Adam Cullen,Luca Rampersaud,Mark Nicholson,Luke Robinson,Ryan Boyce,Jade Kennedy Duffy,Ciaran Coffey,Adam Waldron,Darragh Mansfield.


MATCH REPORT
Under 9 Division 2 Shield
Wicklow Rovs B 0 Enniskerry B 5

The home side went into this game with a one hundred percent record but were always going to find this game tough with three regulars missing and against unbeaten Enniskerry.The home side went close in the first minute when Cormac Murray fired just over.Seven minutes were gone when Sam Porter came to Rovers rescue with a last gasp tackle.Midway through the half Patrick O’Keane long range effort was well saved by the away keeper.Enniskerry then had a period of pressure,first Cian Reynolds made two good challenges to break up the Enniskerry attacks and then Paul Rice pulled off a great save to keep the game scoreless.Oliver Carey put a good ball into Cormac Murray who shot narrowly wide on fifteen minutes.Two goals in the space of three minutes just before the break put the away side in control.Enniskerry came out of the traps flying in the second half with a further two goals in the first couple of minutes to go four up.Credit to the home side they never gave up and battled back but found a very strong away defence hard to break down.Cian O’Sullivan made two fantastic saves for Rovers midway through the half.Enniskerry scored a fifth on the stroke of full time which was harsh on the home side after a good battling performance by the whole team.This result leaves the group very tight at the top with everything to play for.Squad:Paul Rice,Sam Porter,Cian Reynolds,Cian O’Sullivan,Oliver Carey,Patrick O’Keane,Cormac Murray,Dean Noble,Stephen Finlay,Emily Carey,Ben O’Sullivan.

MATCH REPORT
Under 9 Div 2 Shield
Wicklow Rovers B 2 Enniskerry A 3

The away side were quick into their stride and were one up inside the first minute but Rovers were as quick to respond,a good move down the left ended with Cian Reynolds cutting in to fire in the equaliser.The game was end to end with both sides having chances,Cormac Murray went close for the home team while at the other end Oliver Carey saved well to keep the score at 1-1.In the tenth minute Enniskerry went  ahead with a well taken goal.Two minutes later Daniel Harbourne saved his team with a well timed tackle.Seventeen minutes were gone on the clock when a combination of good defending from Stephen Finlay and Daniel Habourne set Rovers on the counter attack which finished with Dean Noble tucking the ball away to make it 2-2.Two minutes before the break Oliver Carey pulled off an excellent save to tip the ball around the post.In first half injury Enniskerry went back in front to lead 3-2 at the break.A lot of the second half was played in the middle third of the pitch with chances  at a premium.The second half was the complete opposite to the first with both defences on top through out the half.When Rovers got a sight of goal Patrick O’Keane and Keith Carty were unlucky to see their efforts go just the wrong side of the post.The  home side deserved to get something from this game and with a bit of luck might have done so.
SQUAD:Oliver Carey,Cian Reynolds,Stephen Finlay,Patrick O’Keane,Daniel Harbourne,Andrew Murray,Cormac Murray,Emily Carey,Ben O’Sullivan,Dean Noble,Jamie Noble,Keith Carty.


MATCH REPORT
Under 11 Premier Shield Semi Final
Wicklow Rovers A 3 Greystones Utd A 2

Greystones got off to a flyer in this match when they won a corner after three minutes,from the resulting corner they scored to go one up.Rovers battled back and were unlucky not to level the game when Peter Dosa hit the post in the seventh minute.Their spell of pressure was rewarded a minute later when a well struck free from the edge of the area from Andrew Earls came back off the bar  with the incoming Hugh Humby smashing the ball home for the equaliser.Twenty four minutes were gone on the clock when Adam Copeland forced the Greystones keeper  to tip the ball around the post,Adam Copeland sent the corner over where Jack Kelly controlled the ball and cooly slotted the ball in the bottom corner to take the lead.In a two minute spell just before the break Liam O’Brien pulled off a great save  and Luke Murphy made a last ditch tackle to send Rovers in at half time with their lead intact.Shortly after the restart Jack Kelly went close but his effort was well saved.Rovers were controlling the middle of the pitch with Patrick Cullen putting in some good work breaking up a lot of the Greystones play.Midway through the half Greystones equalised with a superb shot from just inside the area.Rovers reply was instant,from the tip off the ball was played forward with sub Dylan Wynne O’Sullivan winning the race to the ball to slide it pass the advancing Greystones keeper to restore their lead.Greystones tried hard for an equaliser but found the solid Rovers defence of Luke Murphy,Cory Tyrell Mitchell,Brian O’Sullivan and Jason O’Neill in no mood to concede.Rovers probably just about deserved to win in what was a very entertaining and sporting game between two evenly matched teams.
TEAM:Liam O’Brien,Luke Murphy,Cory Tyrell Mitchell,Brian O’Sullivan,Jason O’Neill,Jack Kelly,Adam Copeland,Patrick Cullen,Andrew Earls,Hugh Humby,Peter Dosa.SUBS:Dylan Wynne O’Sullivan,Evan Verveen,Adam Browne,Daire Reardon.Darren Lyons.     

MATCH REPORTS
Under 11 Division 1
Wicklow Rovers B 3 St Anthonys A 5

Both sides went into this game with 100 percent records so something had to give.In what was a very entertaining game the home team drew first blood in the 6 th minute when a long free kick from David Nicholson put Max Clarke in to finish to the roof of the net.St Anthonys nearly replied straight from the kick off but Callum Vickers pulled off a great save.Ten minutes were gone when a shot took a deflection off a Rovers defender and ended up in the net,a minute later Callum Vickers was called on again to save.In the space of four minutes St Anthonys scored twice to go 3-1 up.Rovers battled back and on 21 minutes they were rewarded when Rian Sweetman beautifully lobbed the keeper to make it 3-2.Jamie Power and Dylan Pippett came to Rovers rescue with two great tackles in the space of two minutes.Five minutes into the second half Oisin Breen put Max Clarke in who coolly finished for the equaliser.On the 45 th and the 50 th minutes sub Eoin McAulay went close with two good efforts but the away keeper was on hand to save.St Anthonys scored twice in two minutes near the end to steal the points.Both teams served up some entertaining football in a very good game that could have gone either way.
TEAM:Callum Vickers,Dylan Pippett,Jamie Power,Sean Fitzpatrick,David Nicholson,Ross O’Toole,Oisin Smith,Rian Smith,Rian Sweetman,Oisin Breen,Max Clarke,Andrew Kingston,John Colgan,Eoin McAulay,Fionn Nother,Des Fitzpatrick.




Date-13/9/09
Comp-League
Venue-Ballinlea
Kick off-1.00

Under 12 Division 1
Ashford Rovs. A 0 Wicklow Rovs. B 5


was a very competetive match between two evenly matched  teams despite the scoreline.  into an early lead when in the seventh minute a Kieran Bloomfield cross was finished off by Rory O'Kelly.  teams had chances before half time with Brendan Hawes pulling off a great save to keep the score at one nil.  second half started with both sides going close.In the 42nd minute James Nolan set up Jamie Dempsey Keenan to make it 2-0,47 minutes were gone when Liam Kavanaagh cut in from the left to score and make it 3 nil.Soon afterwards Timmy Doherty made a great run down the right and crossed to Jamie  Dempsey Keenan to score his second and Wicklow's fourth.Liam Kavanagh went on solo run from the right to score to put Wicklow 5 nil up.When Ashford found a way past the Wicklow keeper Mark Egan was on hand to clear off the line.James Nolan had a good effort in the last minute but the Ashford keeper pulled off a great save.It was a good all round performance by the Wicklow Team and a good start to their first season in division one.  Hawes,Conor Moore,Peter Thornton,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Rory O'Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Darragh O'Connor,Kieran Bloomfield.James Nolan,Craig Waldron,Timmy Doherty.



Date:19/9/09
Comp:League
Venue:Whitegates
Kick Off:10.00

Under 12 Division 1
Wicklow Rovs B 1 Arklow Town B 2

The home team started the best in this game and went close to getting the opening goal on several occasions,Kieran Bloomfield,Liam Kavanagh,Alan Power and Rory O’Kelly all went close in the opening ten minutes.Rovers dominated through out the first half and it was a mixture of bad finishing by the home side and strong defending by Arklow that kept the score at 0-0 at the break,Rovers went in at the break wondering how they weren’t in front.Arklow came out a different team in the second half and went in front early in the half with a cool finish past the advancing Brendan Hawes.Rovers reply was instant,Kieran Bloomfield finished off a good move to level the scores.It was now a more even game and both keepers were called on to make great saves to keep their teams in the match.The last ten minutes saw Arklow gaining control without troubling the home keeper and with the game heading for full time the away team struck the winning goal.Rovers left this game behind them and now know that if they want to figure in the shake up for the title they will need to take their chances when they come along.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Conor Moore,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Timmy Doherty,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Alan Power,James Nolan,Kieran Bloomfield,Darragh O’Connor,Peter Thornton,Luke Finlayson.


Date:28/11/09
Comp:League
Venue:Whitegates
Kick Off:10,00

Under 12 Division 1
Wicklow Rovs, B 6 Ashford Rovs, 0

This is game which saw the home team come out of the traps quickly,they created chance after chance.In the first minute Kieran Bloomfield went close with a shot from twenty yards out followed quickly by an effort from Luke Finlayson which forced the away keeper into a good save.Six minutes were gone on the clock when Kieran Bloomfield solo effort opened the scoring.Five minutes later Timmy Doherty passed the ball out to Peter Thornton who put Darragh O’Connor in to make it 2-0.The home side were playing some good football and were well on top,they added two more goals before the break with  goals from Luke Finlayson and Darragh O’Connor to give the home side a 4-0 half time lead.The second half was much of the same with the home side pressing Ashford back,Liam Kavanagh, and Mark Egan went close in the space of a couple of minutes,midway through the half Conor Moore who made his long awaited comeback from injury took the ball down the right,went round an Ashford defender and passed into Alan Power who set Kieran Bloomfield  up for his second and Wicklow’s fifth.When the away side broke upfield they found the home defence of Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey and Mark Egan in great form and very hard to break down.With ten minutes left on the clock James Nolan knocked the ball back to Luke Finlayson whose effort was turned around the post by the Ashford keeper,from the resulting Kieran Bloomfield corner Rory O’Kelly met the ball on the penalty spot to firmly plant a header into the roof of the net to make it 6-0.In the last minute Ashford went close when they hit the post but Jamie Dempsey Keenan was on hand to clear the rebound.This was an excellent all round team performance by the home team to give them their fifth win in a row.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Peter Thornton,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Luke Finlayson,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Alan Power,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Conor Moore.

Date:12/12/09
Comp:League
Venue:Whitegates

Under  12 Division 1 Match Report
Wicklow Rovers B 8 Rathnew A 0

The home side came out of the traps flying,in the first ten minutes they went close with efforts from Kieran Bloomfield,Liam Kavanagh and James Nolan.Fifteen minutes were gone on the clock when Luke Finlayson had an effort blocked by the keeper.Rovers were struggling to break down a battling away defence,after twenty minutes they made the break through when Timmy Doherty and Alan Power combined with Kieran Bloomfield who cut in from the right going past two defenders and finishing past the Rathnew keeper.A combination of good defending and some great saves from the Rathnew keeper kept the scoreline to 1-0 at the break.The second half started with Rovers creating more chances,Kieran Bloomfield,Liam Kavanagh,Craig Waldron and Darragh O’Connor all went close.Peter Thornton thought he had scored when the keeper pulled the ball from behind the line but the goal wasn’t given.The home teams pressure told when Liam Kavanagh made it 2-0,the same player made it 3-0 with a cracking shot from the right hand side of the area,Kieran Bloomfield made it 4-0 when he lobbed the keeper from the right wing.Peter Thornton made no mistake a couple of minutes later when he finished to the roof of the net for the fifth.Three more goals followed in the last ten minutes,Liam Kavanagh completed his hat trick,Jamie Dempsey Keenan knocked one in at the back post and the move of the match involving Conor Moore,Rory O’Kelly and Liam Kavanagh ended with Kieran Bloomfield’s neat finish to complete his hat trick and give Rovers their eight.When Rathnew made the odd break they found the home defence well marshalled by Daragh Hosey and Mark Egan while keeper Brendan Hawes kept his defence alert at all times.Even though Rovers deserved to win  the scoreline flattered them a little bit,the Rathnew keeper had an excellent game between the posts.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Luke Finlayson,James Nolan,Kieran Bloomfield,Darragh O’Connor,Conor Moore,Craig Waldron,Peter Thornton.


Date:13/03/10
Comp:League
Venue:Community College
Kick Off:10.00

Under 12 Division 1
Arklow Town B 1 Wicklow Rovers B 1

This game saw the home side get into their stride quickly and were one up after five minutes,Arklow with the elements in their favour put Rovers under pressure and could have added to their single goal.Rovers who seemed to be out of sorts battled throughout the first half to keep the score to one nil.Alan Power had Rovers only chance of note in the first half when shooting just wide.Rovers improved in the second half and were on level terms after three minutes when Liam Kavanagh finished off from ten yards.Midway through the half Kieran Bloomfield thundered a shot off the underside of the crossbar and the inrushing James Nolan saw his effort cleared off the line.Daragh Hosey came to Rovers rescue with a fine tackle when a certain goal looked on the cards.Neither side managed to carve out any clear cut chances in the last ten minutes resulting in the match finishing 1-1.This result keeps the destination of the title in Rovers own hands, even though this was their first points dropped in the last nine games they still require full points from their last two games to lift the title.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Peter Thornton,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Luke Finlayson,Jamie Dempsey Keenan.

Date:11/04/10
Comp:League
Venue:Woodlands
Kick off:1.00

Under 12 Division 1
Greystones Utd C 0 Wicklow Rovs. B 9

Rovers got into their stride in this match straight from the start and within the first five minutes they raced into a two goal lead with goals from Luke Finlayson and a cracker from Alan Power.The away side never let their hosts into the game and at the midway point of the half Rovers were four up with further goals from Liam Kavanagh and Darragh O’Connor.When Greystones broke up field they found the Rovers defence well marshalled by Daragh Hosey and in no mood to be breached.By half time Wicklow increased their lead to 6-0 with two goals from Kieran Bloomfield.The second half saw Rovers keep up the pressure,Kieran Bloomfield scored a superb individual goal to complete his hat-trick to make it 7-0.Liam Kavanagh and Rory O’Kelly were controlling the centre of the park and it was Liam Kavanagh who scored his second and Rovers eight.Luke Finlayson rounded off the scoring with his second of the game to make it 9-0.This was a very impressive display by Rovers who have now picked up 28 points from their last 10 games.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Luke Finlayson,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,Peter Thornton,Conor Moore,Timmy Doherty.

Date:23/1/10
Comp:Shield
Venue:Whitegates
Kick Off:9.45

Under 12 Division 1 Shield
Wicklow Rovs. B 3 Enniskerry 0

With the league action been put on the back burner Rovers carried their league form into the first game of the shield,it didn’t take long for the home side to get into their stride,after having no game for a month it was always a worry that they would be a bit rusty.In the first minute James Nolan took the ball down and played in Kieran Bloomfield on the right who in turn crossed to Luke Finlayson who shot narrowly wide.In the 7 th minute Liam Kavanagh put Kieran Bloomfield through but the Enniskerry keeper saved bravely at the strikers feet.Two minutes later James Nolan put Kieran Bloomfield in only for the Enniskerry defender to get back and clear.A couple of minutes later James Nolan set up Kieran Bloomfield again only for the Enniskerry keeper to save well.Twenty one minutes were gone on the clock when the home teams pressure was rewarded,Liam Kavanagh picked the ball up in the middle of the park and passed into James Nolan who laid it off to Luke Finlayson whose shot was parried by the keeper but Kieran Bloomfield was on hand to finish off the rebound.In the 26 th minute Rory O’Kelly played the ball to Alan Power who passed to Liam Kavanagh who provided a defence splitting pass into Kieran Bloomfield,the striker slotted the ball in at the near post to make it 2-0.When Enniskerry attacked they found the Rovers defence of Conor Moore,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey and Mark Egan in no mood to concede.On the stroke of half time Enniskerry did breach the home defence  only for Brendan Hawes to come to their rescue with a great save.The second half started with Rovers going close in the first minute,Jamie Dempsey Keenan and Luke Finlayson combined to put Alan Power in only to see his effort from the edge of the area well saved by the away keeper.A minute later Luke Finlayson crossed to Alan Power only for his strike to hit the side netting.In the 41 st minute Liam Kavanagh picked out Kieran Bloomfield who calmly stroked the ball past the advancing keeper for his hat-trick and Rovers third.Midway through the half Darragh O’Connor was unlucky with two efforts in the space of two minutes,both times the away keeper pulled of good saves.In the 50 th minute Peter Thornton made a vital clearance from an Enniskerry attack,from the resulting corner Peter Thornton was on hand again to clear.As Enniskerry came in search of a goal Rory O’Kelly was on hand to prevent them with a goal line clearance.In the 55 th minute Brendan Hawes pulled off a good save.A minute later Timmy Doherty had a shot from 20 yards well saved by the Enniskerry keeper.In the last minute the away side were unlucky with an effort that crept just past the post.The match finished 3-0 in what was a great team performance by all fifteen players.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Conor Moore,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Luke Finlayson,James Nolan,Kieran Bloomfield,Darragh O’Connor,Peter Thornton,Timmy Doherty,Jamie Dempsey Keenan.


Date:7/3/10
Comp:Shield
Venue;Whitegates
Kick Off:9.45

Under 12 Division 1 Shield
Wicklow Rovs. B 3 Carnew 1

This match started with both sides going close in the first couple of minutes.With five minutes gone on the clock the home side broke the deadlock when Kieran Bloomfield tried his luck from the edge of the area to fire Rovers in front.Shortly afterwards a move involving  Peter Thornton,Luke Finlayson and Kieran Bloomfield set up Alan Power who saw his shot well saved.After twenty minutes Craig Waldron combined with Rory O’Kelly to put in Kieran Bloomfield who shot narrowly over.Two minutes later Rory O’Kelly had a good effort well saved by the Carnew keeper.Just on the stroke of half time Rovers won a corner,Kieran Bloomfield swung in the corner but the ball was cleared and just when the away side thought they had cleared the danger Alan Power controlled the ball just outside the box,beat two players and hit a right foot drive into the bottom corner of the net for a two goal lead at the break.The second half saw Carnew put Rovers under the cosh but the home side were defending well with Daragh Hosey and Craig Waldron making a couple of important tackles.Ten minutes into the half Alan Power who was a constant threat to Carnew through out the game won Rovers a free kick out on the right,Kieran Bloomfield hit a left footed drive which was well saved but the inrushing Jamie Dempsey Keenan finished the ball to the net to make it 3-0.At this stage the game got a bit scrappy and neither side threatened.Two minutes from time Carnew won a free kick,the Carnew midfielder hit a sweet shot to the roof of the net to bring the match to 3-1 which prove to be the final score.This win all but guarantees Rovers a place in the semi final.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Luke Finlayson,Peter Thornton,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Jamie Dempsey Keenan.

Date:7/3/10
Comp:Shield
Venue;Whitegates
Kick Off:9.45

Under 12 Division 1 Shield
Wicklow Rovs. B 3 Carnew 1

This match started with both sides going close in the first couple of minutes.With five minutes gone on the clock the home side broke the deadlock when Kieran Bloomfield tried his luck from the edge of the area to fire Rovers in front.Shortly afterwards a move involving  Peter Thornton,Luke Finlayson and Kieran Bloomfield set up Alan Power who saw his shot well saved.After twenty minutes Craig Waldron combined with Rory O’Kelly to put in Kieran Bloomfield who shot narrowly over.Two minutes later Rory O’Kelly had a good effort well saved by the Carnew keeper.Just on the stroke of half time Rovers won a corner,Kieran Bloomfield swung in the corner but the ball was cleared and just when the away side thought they had cleared the danger Alan Power controlled the ball just outside the box,beat two players and hit a right foot drive into the bottom corner of the net for a two goal lead at the break.The second half saw Carnew put Rovers under the cosh but the home side were defending well with Daragh Hosey and Craig Waldron making a couple of important tackles.Ten minutes into the half Alan Power who was a constant threat to Carnew through out the game won Rovers a free kick out on the right,Kieran Bloomfield hit a left footed drive which was well saved but the inrushing Jamie Dempsey Keenan finished the ball to the net to make it 3-0.At this stage the game got a bit scrappy and neither side threatened.Two minutes from time Carnew won a free kick,the Carnew midfielder hit a sweet shot to the roof of the net to bring the match to 3-1 which prove to be the final score.This win all but guarantees Rovers a place in the semi final.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Luke Finlayson,Peter Thornton,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Jamie Dempsey Keenan.

Date:16/05/10
Comp:Shield Final
Venue:Shamrock Park
Kick Off:10.00

Under 12 Division 1 Shield Final
Wicklow Rovers B 1 Carnew 2

The match started with Rovers going close in the second minute when Kieran Bloomfield shot narrowly wide.Rovers didn’t seem to be on the top of their game in this match but still managed to carve out some chances.Kieran Bloomfield,Darragh O’Connor and Liam Kavanagh all went close.Carnew had chances of their own and were starting to get on top when after twenty two minutes they took a deserved lead.Rovers battled away trying to get a foot hold in the game but their efforts were denied by a stubborn Carnew defence.Rovers were unlucky not to equalise when the hard working Liam Kavanagh met a Kieran Bloomfield corner with his head in what looked like a certain goal but the Carnew keeper was equal to it and pulled off a fantastic save.Carnew always looked dangerous going forward and were causing Rovers all sorts of problems.In the 50 th minute Rovers equalised when the impressive Liam Kavanagh slotted the ball home to make it 1-1.A couple minutes later Jamie Dempsey Keenan put James Nolan in but he was denied after a great challenge by a Carnew defender.Daragh Hosey prevented Carnew going in front when he cleared off the line.With the match looking like it was heading to extra time Billy Connors hit a terrific shot from the edge of the area to score and Carnew were celebrating.Rovers had one more chance but Kieran Bloomfield saw his shot go just the wrong side of the post.On the day Carnew deserved their victory and we congratulate them on their victory but Rovers can be very happy with their season as they captured the division one title when they received a walkover from Rathnew on Tuesday night.After two defeats in their first three league games the next eleven games saw Rovers win ten and draw one to pip Arklow Town for the title playing some excellent football on the way.League winners and shield runners up was a great achievement so well done to you all.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Peter Thornton,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Luke Finlayson,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Conor Moore.



Wicklow Rovers 5 -Aughrim Rangers 0

Whitegates, 30th January 2010. K.o 10am. Temperature 7 degrees. Pitch: Hard. Good weather conditions.

Wicklow Rovers starting team: Jordan Pettigrew, Matthew Cullen, Tommy Sullivan, David Dowling, Sean Buckley, Emmett Cullen, Dylan Orr, Briain O'Donnell, Stuart O'Callaghan, Andrew Yague, Luke Daunt-Smith. Substitutions: Tony Coyle for Andrew Yague (half time), Cian Verney for Sean Buckley (44th min), Colin Roche for Luke Daunt-Smith (47th min) and Dimitri Kitskan for Stuart O'Callaghan (47th min).

Goals: 1-0. Dylan Orr, 1st minute; 2-0. Emmett Cullen, 8th minute; 3-0. Stuart O'Callaghan, 10th minute; 4-0. Colin Roche, 49th minute; 5-0. Briain O'Donnell, 63rd minute.

A great start by the Rovers team allowed to resolve the fixture at very early stages of the game, finding themselves 3 goals up after only 10 minutes played. A serious of excellent moves through the wings and the fast pace set throughout those initial minutes caught Aughrim by surprise. This initial start of excellent football displayed followed then by and some loss of concentration which caused clear goal chances to be missed, ending the 1st half with 3-0. Things changed in the 2nd half where the team picked up speed again. The substitutions seemed to be working and the pace was increased. This led to numerous chances and to 2 more additional goals. Aughrim did well in containing the Rovers team after having suffered a serious defeat the week before in Tallaght, against Brookfield Celtic and were unlucky when a loose ball looking to go in ended up hitting the Rovers goal post.
For the Rovers team it was very important to win their 2 games against their 2 inmediate local rivals as it now allows them to confront the remaining teams, all from non-Wicklow leagues, with more confidence.


"Saturday, 23 rd January 2010. Arklow Town A 0 – Wicklow Rovers A 1. Alliance League Premier. Kick off 12pm. Temperature 6º

Wicklow Rovers lineout:
Jordan Pettigrew, Tony Coyle, Tommy Sullivan, David Dowling, Matthew Cullen, Andrew Yague, Dimitri Kitskan, Luke Daunt Smith, Dylan Orr, Cian Verney, Stuart O’Callaghan, Emmett Cullen, Colin Roche, Sean Buckley.


The newly created U14s Alliance Football League got finally underway for the Wicklow Rovers U14 squad, with a hard fought 0-1 win. After a 5 week spell of no matches played, due to Christmas and bad weather, the 1 st match of the new year was going to be a challenge, with a lot of rustiness still around that affected their game.
Although the weather conditions were very good for the game of football, not the same can be said about the pitch itself, which was very uneven and soft, making the playing of the game very difficult and slow.

The match itself was very even, with alternatives on both ends where both sides worked hard. The one and only goal of the match came half way through the 1 st half. Luke Daunt-Smith managed to break through the Arklow Town defence and after receiving a ball from Dylan Orr, took on the last defender and managed to score from the edge of the 18 yard box with a shot to the bottom right corner giving little chances for the goalie to block it.

For the Rovers, the best of the day was the result . A good start to this newly created league is very important to the team, in particular if it happens away from home.

The Alliance League is a newly created league piloted this year for the U14, which replaces the shield. It starts in 2010 and is made up of 3 teams from Wicklow, Kildare and South Dublin respectively in each of the 2 categories (Premier and Major). The classification will depend on the outcome of the respective local leagues which finish before Christmas  top 3 teams play in the Premier Alliance League and the next 3 play in the Major) and is intended to provide an alternative competition".


MATCH REPORT
Under 14 Alliance Premier Division
Wicklow Rovers 1 Cabinteely FC 1

This game started off quietly and it wasn’t until the seventh minute that the first chance of note came along,a good move by the visitors ended with Matthew Cullen coming to the home teams rescue with a fine tackle.In the fifteenth minute Rovers had their first assault on goal when a move involving Dylan Orr and Andrew Yague ended with Briain O’Donnell’s shot been saved.Three minutes before the break Cabinteely were awarded a free kick 30 yards from goal,the resulting free was fired into the top left hand corner of the net with the Rovers keeper having no chance.In first half injury time a Dylan Orr free caused havoc in the away teams defence with Andrew Yague the first to react to the breaking ball and cooly tucking the ball away in the bottom corner for the equaliser.The second half started with Rovers going close in the first five minutes,Stuart O’Callaghan fired narrowly wide and then a Dylan Orr free kick was headed just over by Briain O’Donnell.Midway through the half Cabinteely’s number ten fired over.Fifty five minutes were gone on the clock when a cross from Andrew Yague cross was met by Tommy Sullivan only to see his effort saved.Six minutes from the end another corner from Dylan Orr found Andrew Yague  whose goal bound strike was cleared off the line,this proved to be the last clear cut chance in a match that generally saw both defences on top through out.SQUAD:Jordan Pettigrew,David Dowling,Matthew Cullen,Briain O’Donnell,Andrew Yague,Luke Daunt Smith,Dylan Orr,Cian Verney,Tommy Sullivan,Emmet Cullen,Stuart O’Callaghan,Dimitri Kitskan,Colin Roche.

MATCH REPORTS


U15 Premier League:
Friday 9 th
October 2009
Woodlands Greystones 8pm ko.


Greystones United A 2
Wicklow Rovers A 7

Although the score line suggests a comfortable win for Wicklow Rovers, this was far from an easy victory for Rovers against a defensively well organised home team. On a very wet and fast astro turf pitch at Woodlands on Friday night last, Rovers began brightly with some intricate passing play and after 10 minutes a perfectly weighted pass by Franz Kohlbach put Craig Clancy clear on the right hand side and the striker made no mistake with a clinical finish into the bottom left hand corner to give Rovers the opening goal. Seven minutes later, Clancy broke past the Greystones defence and his cross from the right was turned around for a corner by Greystones goalkeeper Matt McGuire, from the resulting corner Pablo Segui put Rovers 0-2 up with a close range header. On 21 minutes Segui almost made it 0-3 with a brilliant effort that went narrowly wide.

Greystones kept going and kept their discipline at the back playing some neat passing football themselves. Rovers did not have everything their own way, and 7 minutes from half time a misunderstanding in the Rovers defence between John Crowe and goalkeeper Tom McHugh allowed Jack McDonald to squeeze the ball into the net from the narrowest of angles to reduce the deficit. Rovers responded and Daniel Kelly almost put Rovers further ahead after 37 minutes with a great effrort that flashed past the post, a minute later he went close again and on 39 minutes Matt McGuire pulled off a great save to deny Craig Clancy.

The second half began much like the first with Rovers enjoying the majority of possession and Greystones with eight men behind the ball and after 52 minutes a superb through ball by Myles Murray released Simon Bouchier to restore Rovers two goal cushion with a neatly taken finish. Alexander McCoy replaced Daniel Kelly on 55 minutes and 3 minutes later made the game safe at 1-4 for Rovers when he fired in the rebound after a great save from Matt McGuire. Greystones gave themselves a lifeline following a misjudgement by Rovers defence when keeper Tom McHugh had to come outside his box to clear and lost possession to the oncoming Greystones striker who lobbed into the top corner from outside the box to make it 2-4. Greystones through caution to the wind for the last 15 minutes and it made for an eventful finish with Rovers enjoying more space to work.On 66 minutes Pablo Segui put Rovers 2-5 ahead and then man of the match Matt McGuire saved a penalty from Rovers Kohlbach. The Greystones keeper pulled off a string of fine saves from Clancy, McCoy and Segui to deny Rovers adding to the lead but with 5 minutes left McCoy crossed for Segui to complete his hatrick and two minutes from time super sub McCoy (who scored two from the bench last week) made it 2-7.


MATCH REPORT
Under 15 Premier League
Wicklow Rovs B 2 St Anthonys A 3

This game had a very quiet opening quarter with most of the play around the middle of the park.The first chance of the game saw the away side go in front in the 21 st minute,a long ball over the top of the home defence was finished to put St Anthonys one up.This stung Rovers into life and a great cross from Peter Ryan across the six yard box was crying out for someone to get a touch but it went out to safety.In the 28 th minute Peter Ryan deliverd a superb cross from a corner which Dylan Corry headed just over.Two minutes later another deep corner was headed back across goal by Dylan Corry for the incoming Eoin O’Sullivan to level the match.The second half had two goals in the first six minutes,first the home side went in front when Gavin Weir went down the right wing and his cross found Eoghan Gill who placed his header into the roof of the net.St Anthonys equalised with a soft goal two minutes later.The match was now end to end with both sides looking for the winning goal.In the 28 th minute Anthonys scored what proved to be the decisive goal.Gary Browne pulled off a fantastic double save with five minutes remaining to keep his team in the game.St Anthonys came to the Whitegates unbeaten and left with their record intact but they were given a stern test by Rovers who deserved something out of the game and with a bit of luck could have earned a draw.Team:Gary Browne,Steven Murphy,Aaron Nugent,Paddy Duffy,Mick Morrisoe,Dylan Corry,Gavin Weir,Jack Nother,Eoin O’Sullivan,Eoghan Gill,Peter Ryan.Subs:Evan O’Meara,Alan Doyle,Kevin Reilly,Adam Doran.


Under 8 Green Division
Wicklow Rovs. A 1 Arklow Town A 7

In a very even first half with some good football played by both teams Arklow went one up in the tenth minute.Fifteen minutes were gone when Sean Coffey was called on to make a great save in the Wicklow goal.Dylan Frazer came to the home teams rescue when he cut out an Arklow move when a certain goal looked on the cards.Shane Lincoln and Keith Carty always looked a threat when Rovers broke upfield.Just on half time Eoin Sreenan went close for the home team but the Arklow keeper was equal to it.In the space of five second half minutes Arklow scored three times to make it 4-0.Thirty one minutes were gone when Ryan Corrigan was fouled in the box,Ryan dusted himself down to place the penalty in the bottom corner.The bigger Arklow teams strength told in the end as they added three more goals,Rovers efforts didn't deserve the final result.Sean Coffey was very impressive in the Wicklow goal.TEAM:Sean Coffey,Ian Boyce,Keith Carty,Ryan Corrigan,Wayne Costello,Dylan Frazer,Shane Lincoln,Cian O'Brien,Presious Owerge,Alex Porter,Eoin Sreenan,Luke Whyte.



Under 8 Orange 5
Wicklow Rovs. E 8 Enniskerry E 2
The home team got off to a flyer when after 2 minutes Ben Algera found the net to put Rovers one up.Enniskerry drew level after 6 minutes.After 10 minutes Wicklow were back in front,Ben Algera pulled the ball back from the end line,cut in and scored to make it 2-1,Oliver Mathews cut through the Enniskerry defence 2 minutes later to make it 3-1.Ben Algera completed his hat trick when he finished off a great move for the home teams fourth.Two minutes into the second half Harry Hodgkinson made it 5-1.With the home team well on top Jack O'Neill and Charlie Christie added two more.Enniskerry battled gamely and were rewarded with a well taken goal with four minutes remaining.There was still time for the home to score again,Ben Algera scored his fourth and Rovers eighth to finish off what was a very impressive team performance.TEAM:Ben Algera,Charlie Christie,Josh Griffin,Sean Leonard,Evan Dwyer,Fionn Luddy,Harry Hodgkinson,Mark Hodgkinson,Oliver Mathews,Rachel Foster,Ryan Kavanagh,Jack O'Neill.


MATCH REPORT
Under 8 Orange Div 1
Wicklow Rovs. C 3 Avonmore 2

This was a very entertaining affair by two evenly matched sides,the home side were fast out of the traps and were 1-0 up in the first minute when Aidan Long scored from just inside the area.Avonmore responded straight away with a fine finish from Cian Ward to level the match at 1-1.Midway through the half home keeper Joris Bearda kept his team on level terms with a fantastic save.In a game that was end to end Rovers restored their lead with a well taken goal from Nathan Sullivan just before the break.The first five minutes of the second half saw Avonmore applying pressure on the home team and were rewarded when Cormac McGraynor equalised.Avonmore continued to press but found Nathan Sullivan in the home goal in superb form,in the space of five minutes he pulled off two excellent saves to keep the score at 2-2.With six minutes remaining on the clock Rovers broke down field,Jamie Noble cut in from the right and hit a low drive to the bottom corner of the net for what proved to be the winning goal.This was a very exciting match with both teams giving a hundred percent.TEAM:Joris Bearda,Adam Byrne,Robert Fitzpatrick,Cuan McCullagh,Andrew Murray,Jamie Noble,Aidan Long,Josh Watson,Nathan Sullivan,John Codd.



Under 9 Cup Quarter Final
Arklow Town A 2 Wicklow Rovers A 1


This was probably the most  tie of the group between the two League finalists. Both teams hit the ground running with Arklow going close twice ,Rossa Marron keeping Wicklow in the game on both occasions. The left foot of Eli Graham seemed to cause Arklow problems as he worked the wing with ease linking with the omni present Ciaran Coffey. Shots from Jack Dunne , Mark Nicolson and Darting runs from Luke Robinson mesmerised Arklow for 10 minutes but just falling short of goal. Jack Evans and Adam Waldron combined well from set plays to keep Arklow at bay. But 2 minutes before the deserved break the Arklow keepers kick out was helped into the air by his full back s head and made its way to Luca Rampersauds chest and with 1 bounce he lobbed the keeper from 15 yards. After the break Arklow came out with all guns blazing . After a lot of pressure Arklow scored from the right side what could only be described as an easy goal. Despite powerful performances from Darragh Mansfield , Adam Cullen and Adam Byrne Wicklow conceded a corner with 2 minutes left to play . From the resulting corner the ball found its way into the back of the net the amazement of Rossa Marron and his full backs . Pressure was the name of the game for the last two minutes  without reward for Wicklow . Despite losing to two lucky goals Wicklow and Arklow where matched pretty evenly . On this standard of soccer everybody is looking forward to the league final play off.
Team
Rossa Marron, Jack Evans , Adam Waldron , Ciaran Coffey, Mark Nicolson, Eli Graham, Luke Robinson, Jack Dunne, Luca Rampersaud.

Subs ; Darragh Mansfield for Ciaran Coffey , Adam Cullen for Mark Nicolson and Adam Byrne for Luke Robinson.


UNDER 10 DIVISION 1
Wicklow Rovers A 0 Wolfe Tone A 1

This was a very exiting match with both teams displaying some fantastic football. In the first half the match was quite even with chances on both sides of the pitch. Richard Sheane, the Wicklow goalie, pulled off some fantastic saves to keep the scores level.  the other side of the pitch the Wicklow forwards were unable to find the net.
In the second half Wicklow Rovers came out stronger and created a good few chances with shots from Jack Crowley, Sean Algera, Richard Sheane and Hugh Bradhaw. All attempts on target were stopped by a competent Wolf tone goalie. The match changed again 8 minutes before the end when Wolf tone made a final substitution and brought their in form striker back on for an injured player.
3 minutes before the end Wolf tone scored a great winner from a corner kick.
Team: Jack Geraghty, Eddy Geraghty, Sean Algera, Jeff Laverty, Richard Sheane, J.J. Power, Hugh Bradshaw, Jack Crowly, Rian Dwyer, Shane Devlin, Conor Brennan, Ciaran Kelly and Alexander de Vries.


Under 11A  Menton Serry Cup 3 rd Round – Wicklow Rovers A 2 Rathangan 3.
Rovers took on Rathangan from Kildare in the National Cup last Sunday at the Whitegates. The first 20 minutes was controlled by the home side, two minutes into the games Andrew Earls forced a save from the away keeper. Rovers pressure was rewarded after 10 minutes when an Evan Verveen effort was parried by the keeper and Andrew Earls was on hand to finish off the rebound. Midway through the half Jack Kelly was unlucky to see his effort from the edge of the area rattle the crossbar.  Rathangan edged their way slowly into the game and in a five minute spell from the 20th to the 25th minute Liam O’Brien was called on to save of two occasions. The away side levelled in the 25th minute. This stung the home side into life and they restored their lead soon after when Andrew Earls found the net from the left side of the area to put Rovers 2-1 up at the break.
The second half started with the away team going close twice. In the 40th minute Dylan Wynne O’Sullivan shot narrowly wide,42 minutes were gone when the home keeper came to his side rescue with a fine save. The away side pulled it back to 2-2 with a goal in the 50th minute. Six minutes from time Rathangan scored to make it 3-2.  Rovers tried valiantly for an equalizer but could not break down the away teams defence. On the stroke of full time Liam O’Brien pulled off another great save. Best for Rovers on the day were Liam O’Brien, Jack Kelly and Peter Doza. TEAM: Liam O’Brien, Luke Murphy, Corry Tyrell Mitchell, Jason O’Neill, Daire Reardon, Jack Kelly, Patrick Cullen, Peter Dosa, Andrew Earls, Evan Verveen, Darren Lyons. Subs. Adam Copeland, Brian O’Sullivan, Adam Browne, Dylan Wynne O’Sullivan.



MATCH REPORT
Under 11 Premier Shield Semi Final
Wicklow Rovers A 3 Greystones Utd A 2

Greystones got off to a flyer in this match when they won a corner after three minutes,from the resulting corner they scored to go one up.Rovers battled back and were unlucky not to level the game when Peter Dosa hit the post in the seventh minute.Their spell of pressure was rewarded a minute later when a well struck free from the edge of the area from Andrew Earls came back off the bar  with the incoming Hugh Humby smashing the ball home for the equaliser.Twenty four minutes were gone on the clock when Adam Copeland forced the Greystones keeper  to tip the ball around the post,Adam Copeland sent the corner over where Jack Kelly controlled the ball and cooly slotted the ball in the bottom corner to take the lead.In a two minute spell just before the break Liam O’Brien pulled off a great save  and Luke Murphy made a last ditch tackle to send Rovers in at half time with their lead intact.Shortly after the restart Jack Kelly went close but his effort was well saved.Rovers were controlling the middle of the pitch with Patrick Cullen putting in some good work breaking up a lot of the Greystones play.Midway through the half Greystones equalised with a superb shot from just inside the area.Rovers reply was instant,from the tip off the ball was played forward with sub Dylan Wynne O’Sullivan winning the race to the ball to slide it pass the advancing Greystones keeper to restore their lead.Greystones tried hard for an equaliser but found the solid Rovers defence of Luke Murphy,Cory Tyrell Mitchell,Brian O’Sullivan and Jason O’Neill in no mood to concede.Rovers probably just about deserved to win in what was a very entertaining and sporting game between two evenly matched teams.
TEAM:Liam O’Brien,Luke Murphy,Cory Tyrell Mitchell,Brian O’Sullivan,Jason O’Neill,Jack Kelly,Adam Copeland,Patrick Cullen,Andrew Earls,Hugh Humby,Peter Dosa.SUBS:Dylan Wynne O’Sullivan,Evan Verveen,Adam Browne,Daire Reardon.Darren Lyons.     


Date:26/9/09
Comp:National Cup
Venue:Whitegates
Kick Off;10.00

Under 12 Norton Cup 1st Round
Wicklow Rovs B 2 St Anthonys A 2 [After Extra Time]
St Anthonys won 4-3 on penalties

Premier division St Anthonys came to the Whitegates as favourites for this cup tie and  justified the tag of favourites when they raced into a 2-0 lead in the opening ten minutes,Rovers gradually got themselves into the game with Kieran Bloomfield and Darragh O’Connor going close.Rovers were now taking the game to their higher ranked opponents but St Anthonys always looked dangerous on the breakJust before the break the home team had a great chance to pull a goal back only for the away keeper to save well from Luke Finlayson.The second half started with Rovers piling on the pressure in search of a goal to bring them back into the game and were rewarded in the fifth minute of the half when a move involving Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh and Darragh O’Connor  put Luke Finlayson in to calmly finish to make it 2-1,at this stage of the game the home side were pushing looking for the equalizer and with ten minutes left on the clock the impressive Luke Finlayson levelled the scores with a superb strike,when the away side did break away Mark Egan came to Rovers rescue with a well timed tackle.The match went to extra time with very few chances been created  by both sides,the only chance of note was in the last minute when James Nolan and Kieran Bloomfield combined to put Luke Finlayson clear only for the St Anthonys keeper to save well to send the match to penalties.Rovers were unlucky to lose this match 4-3 on penalties,Rovers penalties scorers were Daragh Hosey,Liam Kavanagh and Kieran Bloomfield.After two league defeats leading up to this game this great all round team performance against a premier outfit can only give the lads confidence to get themselves back into contention in division one.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Luke Finlayson,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Peter Thornton.

Date:5/9/09
Comp:Friendly
Venue:Vatry Field
Kick Off:11.00

Roundwood 1 Wicklow Rovs. B 4

This match started with Rovers going close twice in the first five minutes,Kieran Bloomfield shot just over and Rory O’Kelly went close from the edge of the box.Roundwood went close in the tenth minute but Brendan Hawes saved well.Midway through the half Kieran Bloomfield got on the end of a Liam Kavanagh through ball and finished to the bottom corner of the net.Shortly afterwards it was 2-0 when Darragh O’Connor beat the offside trap and slotted the ball past the advancing keeper.Five minutes before the break Conor Moore put the ball down the line to Alan Power who pulled it back for Liam Kavanagh to volley home from just inside the box.The home team hit back to make it 3-1 with a fine goal.James Nolan,Jamie Dempsey Keenan and Luke Finlayson all went close in the first ten minutes of the second half.In the 50 th minute Liam Kavanagh steered the ball around the keeper to make it 4-1,with time just up Brendan Hawes was called into action to save from the Roundwood number 10.This was a good run out for the lads and a chance to get rid of the rustiness before the start of the season.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Conor Moore,Timmy Doherty,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Darragh O’Connor,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Peter Thornton,Craig Waldron,Alex Porter,Luke Finlayson.


Date:4/10/09
Comp:League
Venue:Ballyman Road
Kick Off:

Under 12 Division 1
Enniskerry 2 Wicklow Rovs. B 0

Rovers started brightly in this game and went close when Kieran Bloomfield forced the home keeper into a great save.Alan Power found himself through on goal in the tenth minute and shot narrowly wide.Enniskerry gradually gained control of the game and took a deserved lead after twenty minutes,at this stage Rovers were struggling to get into the game.Five minutes into the second half the home side increased their lead with a well taken goal.When Rovers did manage to get around a strong Enniskerry defence they couldn’t find a way past the home keeper.Brendan Hawes in the Rovers goal pulled off a great save with five minutes left on the clock to keep the score at 2-0.Rovers started this game well but as the game went on we faded out to let the home side dictate play and this shows that this league is going to be tough.After a good win in our first game we have now lost our last two league games so a lot of hard work is ahead for the lads.   
SQUAD:BrendanHawes,PeterThornton,CraigWaldron,DaraghHosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,James Nolan,Kieran Bloomfield,Darragh O’Connor,Timmy Doherty,



Date:10/10/09
Comp:League
Venue:Whitegates
Kick Off:11.45

Under 12 Division 1
Wicklow Rovs. B 6 Ardmore Rovs A 0

The home side started this match without three of their squad through illness, Wicklow were fast out of the blocks and went close with efforts from Kieran Bloomfield, Rory O’Kelly and Daragh Hosey. The Home teams pressure told when in the 20th minute a lovely through ball from Liam Kavanagh put Darragh O’Connor in who finished past the advancing keeper.Craig Waldron and Alan Power combined to put Kieran Bloomfield in only for the Ardmore keeper to save. Wicklow went close a couple of more times before the break.The home team went close on three occasions in the first five minutes of the second half.Sub Jamie Dempsey Keenan finished off a great move involving Timmy Doherty, James Nolan, Darragh O’Connor and the very busy Liam Kavanagh to make it 2 nil. Mark Egan got the goal of the match mid way through the second half when he hit a 30 yard screamer to the net to make it 3 nil.When Ardmore did find their way past a strong Wicklow defence stand in keeper Peter Thornton pulled off a great save to tip the ball around the post.Three more goals in the last 15 minutes from Kieran Bloomfield, Darragh O’Connor and Jamie Dempsey Keenan put the gloss on great team performance and put Rovers back in the winning groove.

SQUAD:Peter Thornton,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Darragh O’Connor,Jamie Dempsey Keenan.



Date:17/10/09
Comp:League
Venue:Back Alley
Kick Off:10.00

Under 12 Division 1
Carnew 2 Wicklow Rovs. B 4

Rovers made the trip to Carnew knowing they needed a result against one of the title favourites,this was always going to be a tough game against a side who rarely loose on their on patch,the match started with both sides going on the attack with Rovers going close with a couple of efforts from Kieran Bloomfield and one effort from Alan Power.When the home team threatened they found the Rovers defence of Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey and Mark Egan at the top of their game and very hard to get past.Peter Thornton who was having an excellent match on the left side of midfield went down the wing and crossed for Darragh O’Connor who forced the keeper to save.In the 25 th minute the tireless Alan Power won Rovers a corner,Kieran Bloomfield hit a great corner to the front post for Darragh O’Connor to sneak in to score.Just before the break Liam Kavanagh and Rory O’Kelly who covered every blade of grass on the pitch combined to put Kieran Bloomfield in only for the home keeper to pull off another great save.The second half wasn’t long on and Carnew were level but this only seem to make Rovers step up a gear,Luke Finlayson,Rory O’Kelly and Kieran Bloomfield all went close.In the 40 th minute James Nolan robbed the ball from the full back and passed into Kieran Bloomfield who unleashed a shot from the edge of the area into the roof of the net to make it 2-1.A couple of minutes later Rovers increased their lead when in a crowded area Liam Kavanagh calmly finished to the net.With ten minutes left on the clock Kieran Bloomfield scored his second and Rovers fourth.The last ten minutes saw Carnew pile on the pressure,Brendan Hawes pulled off a great save and Mark Egan cleared off the line before Carnew added their second in the last minute.This was an excellent team performance from the Rovers lads to take three hard earned points.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Peter Thornton,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Luke Finlayson.  


Date:7/11/09
Comp:League
Venue:Whitegates
Kick Off:11.45

Under 12 Division 1
Wicklow Rovs. B 5 Carnew 1

The first half of this match was very scrappy with chances far and few between,the home side were finding it hard to get into the game and they fell behind midway through the half when Carnew took a well deserved lead.No matter what Rovers tried nothing seem to work and Carnew went into the break 1-0 up.
Rovers came out in the second half and looked a completely different team,they started to play the football we know they can,they created chance after chance,Kieran Bloomfield fired Rovers level shortly after the restart,a couple of minutes later Kieran finished off a move started by Timmy Doherty and involved Liam Kavanagh and Alan Power.At this stage Kieran was on fire and he soon completed his hat-trick with a neat finish in the bottom corner.Luke Finlayson who moved up front was proving to be a hand full for the Carnew defence and he held the ball up and layed it off for Kieran Bloomfield to fire home from close range.Jamie Dempsey Keenan with a shot from the left went close with five minutes remaining.With a couple of minutes left Kieran added his fifth goal and the home teams fifth to cap a great individual performance.The second half saw every player compete and give it their all in a fine victory which gave Rovers back to back wins against one of the title favourites.

SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Luke Finlayson,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,Peter Thornton,Jamie Dempsey Keenan.


Date:20/12/09
Comp:League
Venue:Whitegates
Kick Off:12.30

Under 12 Division 1
Wicklow Rovs. B 2 Enniskerry A 0

Enniskerry came into this match as league leaders two points ahead of Rovers and it was Enniskerry who made the better start putting the home side under pressure.Daragh Hosey came to Rovers rescue with a couple of fine tackles in the first ten minutes.Some what against the run of play the home side went in front after fifteen minutes,the ever busy Rory O’Kelly and Liam Kavanagh combined to put Kieran Bloomfield away down the left,Kieran crossed for the incoming Alan Power to slot the ball past the advancing keeper.This seemed to settle the home side down and they steadily got on top,twenty minutes were gone on the clock when Liam Kavanagh set Darragh O’Connor down the right who sent over a beautiful cross for Kieran Bloomfield to lob the keeper to make it 2-0,two minutes later Kieran put Darragh O’Connor in who shot narrowly wide.The second half started with Rovers going close with a couple of efforts from Kieran Bloomfield but the away keeper saved well.Midway through the half James Nolan took the ball down and fired a half volley against the bar,a couple of minutes later the Enniskerry keeper pulled off a great save from Luke Finlayson.Enniskerry always looked dangerous going forward and when they did look like getting in Daragh Hosey was on hand to make a last ditch tackle.Two minutes from time Alan Power who was impressive through out put Kieran Bloomfield in but the strikers effort was well saved.After a slow start to the game Rovers put in a good team perfofmance to gain top spot in the league and the perfect Christmas present.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Conor Moore,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Peter Thornton,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Timmy Doherty,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Luke Finlayson.

Date:14/03/10
Comp:League
Venue:Ballywaltrim
Kick Off:11.30

Under 12 Division 1
Ardmore Rovers A 1 Wicklow Rovers B 8

Rovers travelled to Bray to take on Ardmore and what a start we had with three goals in the first six minutes.As early as the second minute Wicklow were in front when Jamie Dempsey Keenan passed to Kieran Bloomfield whose cross from the left was cooly finished by Alan Power.The lead was short lived and the home side were on level terms a minute later with a goal from twenty yards out to make it 1-1.In the sixth minute Liam Kavanagh tipped an indirect free to Kieran Bloomfield who rifled home from the edge of the area.Just before the goal Rory O’Kelly was denied by a good save from the home keeper.Seventeen minutes were gone when Liam Kavanagh made it 3-1 from a Kieran Bloomfield corner.Four minutes later James Nolan tucked the ball away for Rovers fourth after some good work down the right involving Timmy Doherty,Alan Power and Liam Kavanagh.A minute later Kieran Bloomfield hit a stunning shot from thirty yards to make it 5-1.When Ardmore looked like their were in a combination of Craig Waldron and Daragh Hosey cleared the danger.Kieran Bloomfield completed his hat-trick in the twenty nineth minute and in first half injury time Luke Finlayson made space for himself and fired home from just inside the area.The second half started much quieter,on fifteen minutes Mark   Egan put in a good tackle to prevent the home team scoring and a minute later Brendan Hawes saved well  to deny Ardmore.It wasn’t until the fourty seventh minute that Rovers got back into their stride,a move down the left with Peter Thornton and Darragh O’Connor led to Kieran Bloomfield firing over.Two minutes later James Nolan laid the ball back to Kieran Bloomfield who scored his fourth and Rovers eighth.At this stage it was all Rovers and they went close with efforts from Alan Power twice and Kieran Bloomfield.Two minutes from time Peter Thornton squared the ball to Luke Finlayson whose shot whistled past the post.In the last minute Darragh O’Connor picked up a pass from Jamie Dempsey Keenan and was unlucky to see his shot come back of the post.This win keeps Wicklow on top with Arklow Town their main threat.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,James Nolan,Kieran Bloomfield,Darragh O’Connor,Peter Thornton,Luke Finlayson.


Date:20/02/10
Comp:Shield
Venue:Whitegates
Kick Off:11.00

Under 12 Division 1 Shield
Wicklow Rovs. B 4 Arklow Town B 1

This match was put back an hour to allow the pitch to thaw out and what a good decision it was.Rovers without three regulars had the first chance of note when from a Kieran Bloomfield corner a Liam Kavanagh effort was cleared off the line.After ten minutes James Nolan and Darragh O’Connor combined to put Alan Power clear only for his shot to be saved well by the Arklow keeper.In what was a very evenly contested first half the home side took the lead in the 20 th minute when Kieran Bloomfield drilled a low drive into the bottom corner.When Arklow pressed forward they found Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Craig Waldron and Timmy Doherty in the Rovers defence hard to pass.Rovers had one more chance before the break when Alan Power set up Rory O’Kelly only for the Arklow keeper to pull off a superb save.The second half started with Rovers applying the pressure,Rory O’Kelly and Jamie Dempsey Keenan were pulling the strings in the centre of midfield with Alan Power a constant threat down the right wing.In the 40 th minute Alan Power went on a solo run down the right weaving his way past three Arklow players and then cutting in to drive a low shot past the advancing keeper for one of the goals of the season.A few minutes later a Darragh O’Connor pass put in Alan Power who unleashed a fierce shot for his second goal of the match and Rovers third.The away team put themselves back in the game after fifty minutes when a long ball caught the Rovers defence out and a good finish from the Arklow striker made it 3-1.Straight from the tip off Rovers restored their three goal cushion when Kieran Bloomfield fired a shot across the keeper into the far corner of the net to make it 4-1.Arklow had a chance in the 53 rd minute but Brendan Hawes in the Rovers goal denied them with a fine save.Five minutes from the end Adam Copeland caused havoc in the Arklow defence with a mazy run which resulted in a free kick,from the resulting free kick Kieran Bloomfield clipped the outside of the upright.In the last minute the impressive Alan Power went down the wing and crossed to Adam Copeland who was denied by a good block from an Arklow defender.This was a good all round team performance from Rovers and both teams have to be complimented on a very sporting game.    
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Darragh O’Connor,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Adam Copeland.


Date:28/02/10
Comp:Shield
Venue:Ballyman Road
Kick Off:10.00

MATCH REPORTS
Under 12 Division 1 Shield
Enniskerry 1 Wicklow Rovs. B 5

Wicklow travelled to take on Enniskerry last Sunday,these two team have provided some entertaining football when they meet and this was no exception.Rovers got off to a flying start when after five minutes Kieran Bloomfield knocked the ball back to Luke Finlayson on the edge of the area who hit unstoppable shot to put Wicklow one up.Wicklow piled forward looking for their second and went close when the home keeper pulled off a great save from Kieran Bloomfield.The pressure finally told at the midway point of the half when Timmy Doherty put Alan Power down the right,he pulled it back to James Nolan who hit it first time but the keeper saved but Nolan was on hand to fire the rebound to the roof of the net.Three minutes later things got even better for the away side when a Luke Finlayson through ball was finished off by Kieran Bloomfield to make it 3-0.Enniskerry were limited to the odd attack.Just before the break Liam Kavanagh forced the home keeper into a good save.Enniskerry started the second half much better and forced three corners in quick succession but failed to break down the strong defence of Peter Thornton,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan and Craig Waldron.Kieran Bloomfield went close twice in the space of two minutes,first shooting narrowly wide and then been denied by the home keeper.Rovers went close to extending their lead with efforts from Alan Power and the hard working Rory O’Kelly.Twenty minutes were gone when  Darragh O’Connor passed to James Nolan who laid it off to Kieran Bloomfield to score for the fourth.Soon after it was 5-0 when a move involving Alan Power,Kieran Bloomfield and Luke Finlayson was finished off by James Nolan.With five minutes remaining Brendan Hawes pulled off a good save for Rovers.In the last minute James Nolan was denied his hat-trick when he struck the post ,the home team broke upfield and scored a consolation goal in the dying seconds.This was a good all round team performance from Rovers in a good sporting match which sees Rovers in pole position to top the group.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Luke Finlayson,James Nolan Kieran Bloomfield,Darragh O’Connor,Peter Thornton.


Date:17/04/10
Comp:Shield Semi Final
Venue:Shamrock Park,Rathnew
Kick Off:1.00

Under 12 Division 1 Semi Final
Wicklow Rovs. B 7 Greystones Utd C 2

Both teams looked nervous in the opening few minutes but with six minutes gone Rovers got the opening goal,a clearing header out of defence from Daragh Hosey sent Luke Finlayson away down the left,he picked out Kieran Bloomfield who beautifully lobbed the keeper from the edge of the area.Greystones reply was instant when from the tip off they went straight up field and levelled the match.The next five minutes were scrappy with neither team getting a grip on the game.Twelve minutes were gone when Rovers won a corner,the resulting corner from Kieran Bloomfield was met with a bullet like header from Darragh O’Connor to the corner of the net to make it 2-1.Rovers were slowly taking control of the game and were rewarded after twenty minutes when another Kieran Bloomfield corner was headed in at the back post by Luke Finlayson for the third.Five minutes later Liam Kavanagh played the ball out to Peter Thornton who picked out Kieran Bloomfield,Kieran cut in from the right and unleashed a powerful effort from the edge of the area to put his side 4-1 up.Two goals in three minutes before the break put this game beyond doubt,first the impressive Rory O’Kelly’s persistence was rewarded when he twice blocked Greystones defenders clearances and then slotted the ball home for the fifth.On the stroke of half time Darragh O’Connor scored another fine header from another Kieran Bloomfield corner for a 6-1 lead at half time.The second half started with Greystones putting Rovers under a bit of pressure and they were rewarded in the 42 nd minute when they pulled one back.This kicked Rovers into life and they were quick to respond with James Nolan going close in the 45 th minute.Rovers increased their lead at the midway point of the half when Craig Waldron put Kieran Bloomfield in to make it 7-2.Three minutes from the end Conor Moore forced the Greystones keeper into a fine save.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Peter Thornton,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Alan Power,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Luke Finlayson,Darragh O’Connor,Kieran Bloomfield,James Nolan,Timmy Doherty,Conor Moore,Mark Egan.


Date:24/04/10
Comp:Premier Cup Q/F
Venue:Whitegates
Kick Off:10.00

Under 12 Premier Cup Q/F
Wicklow Rovers B 1 Newtown A 5

Both teams started the match cautiously in the first ten minutes.Twelve minutes were gone when a James Nolan effort was saved by the Newtown keeper.Newtown went close on a couple occasions midway through the half but Brendan Hawes saved well on both occasions.The first half was a tight affair with Rovers doing well against their higher ranked opponents but the game was turned on its head in a four minute spell before the break,Newtown took the lead with a fine strike from the edge of the area in the 26 th minute and just on the stroke of half time Newtown increased their lead from a free kick.Rovers started the second half brightly,a move involving Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Liam Kavanagh,Kieran Bloomfield and Luke Finlayson ended with Kieran Bloomfield going close.In the 40 th minute Luke Finlayson made the away keeper work to prevent a goal for the home side.Newtown were always dangerous going forward and they added to their lead  in the 45 th minute.Rovers never gave up and battled on and two minutes later they were rewarded when a Kieran Bloomfield free was headed in by Luke Finlayson,at 3-1 the next goal was going to be important and it was Newtown who got it to kill off the game.Newtown added a fifth near the end.Rovers put in a great battling performance against their higher ranked opponents and even though Newtown deserved their victory the scoreline didn’t do the home sides efforts justice.
SQUAD:Brendan Hawes,Timmy Doherty,Craig Waldron,Daragh Hosey,Mark Egan,Darragh O’Connor,Rory O’Kelly,Liam Kavanagh,Luke Finlayson,James Nolan,Kieran Bloomfield,Conor Moore,Jamie Dempsey Keenan,Peter Thornton,Alan Power [inj].

Match Report
Under 13 Premier Shield
Wicklow Rovs. B 1 Roundwood A 0

This was a very evenly contested match with both defences on top through out the first half.After five minutes a Darrell Sullivan free kick was dropped  by the away keeper only for Conor Cunningham to stab the ball just wide.Midway through the half Alex Bazigos was unlucky to see his effort from the edge of the area go narrowly wide.When Roundwood threatened they found the Rovers defence of  John Porter,Rose Fagan,Chris McHenry and Corey McLaughlin hard to break down.Just before the break home keeper Matt Doyle pulled off a great save to keep the score at 0-0.The second half saw the home team applying the early pressure with Paul O’Brien forcing the Roundwood keeper into a good save.Thirty seven minutes were gone on the clock when Darrell Sullivan cut through the Roundwood defence and calmly slotted the ball away in the bottom corner to put Rovers in front.Jack Frazer and Callum Mathews combined to put Paul O’Brien in only for the defender to block.With ten minutes remaining Rose Fagan made a match winning tackle when a certain goal looked on the cards.The last couple of minutes saw Roundwood go close twice in their search for the equaliser,first they shot just wide and in the dying seconds they struck the outside of the post.Rovers saw out injury time for a hard earned three points.TEAM:Matt Doyle,John Porter,Corey McLaughlin,Rose Fagan,Chris McHenry,Paul O’Brien,Jack Frazer,Callum Matthews,Alex Bazigos,Darrell Sullivan,Conor Cunningham.SUBS:Robert Delahunt,Fergus Ward.

MATCH REPORT
Under 13 Premier Shield Group A
Wicklow Rovers A 1 Greystones Utd A 0

The game started with the home side having a lot of possession without troubling the Greystones keeper.Sean Vickers sent a shot in after five minutes which was saved comfortably.Rovers controlled the early stages of the game with Ciaran McGettigan and Niall Donnelly causing problems on both flanks.Greystones were always dangerous on the break and Tommy Dunne was called on to pull off a great save at his near post after sixteen minutes.Twenty minutes were gone when Rovers broke the deadlock,a cross from Dara Byrne caused havoc in the away defence with the ball deflecting in off a Greystones defender for the lead.The second half started with most of the play around the centre of the park,ten minutes were gone before the first chance of note in the half with a long effort from Greystones sailed safely over the bar.Midway through the half Dara Byrne was denied by a last ditch tackle.A move involving Aaron O’Sullivan,Sean Vickers and Terry Healy almost put Dara Byrne in but were foiled by the last defender.When Greystones did threaten they found the strong Rovers defence of Aidan Dunne,Terry Healy,Sean Vickers and Tommy Whittle hard to breakdown.In a late bid for an equaliser the away side piled forward and it was left to Tommy Whittle to come to the homes sides rescue in the last minute with a great tackle to preserve his teams clean sheet to give them three vital points.Squad:Tommy Dunne,Aidan Dunne,Terry Healy,Sean Vickers,Tommy Whittle,Niall Donnelly,Nathan Fagan,Jack Dwyer,Ciaran McGettigan,Dara Byrne,Aaron O’Sullivan,Kieran Bloomfield.

MATCH REPORT
Under 13 Troy Cup 1 st Rd.
Wicklow Rovs. A 1 Cabinteely 0
In what proved to be a very tight game with both defences on top through out the home team managed to squeeze through to the second round,ten minutes had gone when the home team had their first chance.Darragh Byrne was through on goal only for the defender to make a last ditch tackle.Two minutes later the same player had an effort saved by the away keeper.Midway through the half Ciaran McGettigan cut in from the left and drove the ball across the face of goal which was deflected into the net by a Cabinteely defender.The away team went close on the stroke of half time.Thirty six minutes were gone when Terry Healy put Darragh Byrne in but he didn’t take advantage.With eight minutes left Darragh Byrne who was a constant threat forced a save from the keeper.In the 55 th minute Niall Donnelly made a great tackle which started the move that led to the Cabinteely keeper making a double save from Terry Healy.Sean Vickers and Tommy Whittle stood out in a good solid team performance.
TEAM:Tommy Dunne,Tommy Whittle,Paddy O’Donnell,Sean O’Brien,Niall Donnelly,Aaron O’Sullivan,Sean Vickers,Nathan Fagan,Jack Dwyer,Darragh Byrne,Ciaran McGettigan.SUBS. Zach Wizowski,Terry Healy,Casar De Placa,Aidan Dunne.












 
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