Sports Round up

Thursday, March, 15th, 2012

St Gerards have had a busy week on the sporting front.

Minor C   win the C League…..After a thrilling 0-0 after extra time.

Minor C win with the final winning penalty flick being scored By old Gerardian Mark Kavanaghs daughter Caroline…well done girls.

Minor A succumb 2-1  to Loretto Foxrock   in the semi finals of both the Leinster Cup and League. Despite defeat that could have gone either way. I predict a bright future over the next four years!

Juniors advance to final of League with compelling 1/0 victory over Alex…..well done ladies..

The Seniors in both  Rugby and Hockey lose in the semi final of the plate…Great effort from both teams…

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