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U13 Girls start season with a great display against Ballinteer St Johns B
St. Sylvesters v Ballinteer St Johns B on 4 Mar 2017 St Sylvesters were to play BSJ on March 4th. Poor weather changed the fixture from Broomfield to Ballinteeer Community School. St Sylvesters lost the toss and had to play against the elements. At the start, the St Sylvesters girls were under serious pressure which eventually led to a BSJ score. The St Sylvesters girls rallied and the St Sylvesters defense and midfield started to dominate and produce good ball, from which the forwards scored. At half time, St Sylvesters lead 3-5 to 0 – 1.
U12 Girls provide a gallant performance against Westmanstown Gaels
St. Sylvesters v Westmanstown Gaels 12 Mar 2016 St. Sylvesters U12 girls hosted Westmanstown Gaels in Broomfield. This was their second game. After the previous performance against St. Monicas, the girls anticipated a close game. On a blustery day in Broomfield, the girls were unable to defeat Westmanstown Gaels
U12 Girls stun Westmanstown Gaels with a super display of football
St Sylvesters v Westmanstown Gaels 30 Apr 2016. On Saturday, St Sylvesters U12 girls travelled to Westmanstown Gaels. After the defeat to Westmanstown Gaels in March the team did not want a repeat performance. Syls won the toss and elected to play with the wind and slope. From the start, Syls midfield and defence were dominant and did not give the Westmanstown Gaels girls room to play. Syls forwards gave a display in how to take scores.
U12 Girls unable to recover from poor start against O’Tooles.
The girls travelled to O’Tooles on a lovely evening for football. With no training for two weeks the girls were slow in getting to the pace of the game. The girls struggled with the pace and accuracy of the O’Toole girls. As the half progressed the girls dug deep to register a number of scores.
U13 Girls continue with a great display against Ballymun Kickhams
St Sylvesters v Ballymun Kickhams on 1 Mar 2017 St Sylvesters travelled to Ballymun Kickhams on a damp Saturday afternoon. The teams were evenly matched through the first half with players on both sides getting to grips with the soft underfoot conditions. A great team display gave the St Sylvesters girls a deserved lead of 0-2 to 1-2.
U12 Girls provided a fabulous exhibition of football against St. Finbarrs
St. Sylvesters U12 girls had a break for a few weeks due to opposition unable to field and unplayable pitches. The girls travelled to St. Finbarrs in John Paul Park, Ashtown on Saturday. The day was bright and dry with conditions ideal for good football. After the defeat to Westmanstown Gaels, the girls put a lot of hard work in at training. This work paid off handsomely. The girls gave an exhibition of how football should be played.
U12 Girls start season with a great display against St. Monicas
St. Sylvesters v St. Monicas 27 Feb 2016 St. Sylvesters U12 girls travelled to Edenmore to play St. Monicas. This was their first game of the season. 16 players were available to play. St Monicas had 15 players so a 15 aside game was played. The conditions were excellent for playing football. St Sylvesters had a great game. The girls played as a team and created many chances which were ably taken.
U12 Girls concede late scores to fail against Trinity Gaels
St Sylvesters v Trinity Gaels 23 Apr 2016 St Sylvesters hosted Trinity Gaels in Broomfield on a lovely afternoon for football. The first half was a tightly fought contest with some excellent transferring of the ball between defence and attack. A slip up in defence allowed Trinity to goal and take the lead. Great pressure by the Sylvesters defence kept us within touching distance
Community Games Girls u12s
Thursday 12th May Broomfield, the sun shone but it was the quality of football that kept the crowd warm. Malahide v Skerries a clash that reminded some of the spectators of the great Dubs and Kerry clashes of the 80s. Malahide were still smarting from their semi final defeat to Clontarf by the narrowest of margins and were determined to right some wrongs. And the Malahide girls came roaring out of the blocks with some fine score taking on show and the tackle count soaring we took a 1 4 to 2 point lead into half time.