Men's 3rd team beat Railway Union 3-1
By Dara Crowe
Great 4th quarter comeback wins friendly
The 3rd team came back from 1-0 down to eventually triumph 3-1. Cormac wasn't quite as influential as he was on Saturday, but still impressive when he finally arrived. Umpiring decisions on the night was a bit unexpected with was some uncertainty over whether he was visually or aurally impaired - but it did add to the bemusement of the players, we won't mention the president by name as overall he was able to keep up with most of the action, in a very good humoured and useful game for both teams. Railway scored from a break down after a short corner, the only time Alan in goals was beaten on a night he had lots to do. It took 20 minutes before an equalizer. This was when the youth started to show and superior fitness kicked in, allowing for some interesting goal celebrations from Mattie Ralph - these are still a work in progress, but will surely improve as he scores more goals. Switching Ben Ralph
and Macker in midfield seemed to make the tactical difference and the final goal on the night to seal victory was from Tim King
who made up for some earlier misses by scoring the hardest opportunity.