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NI retain Lynne Nicholson Trophy

Jersey v Northern Ireland

Under 18 International

5 February 2020

 

Jersey

0

v

3

Northern Ireland

 

 

 

 

Trai Hume 50, 90 mins

 

 

 

 

James Teelan 53 mins

Wednesday 5 February 2020

St Helier

Kick Off 7.45 pm

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

The Northern Ireland Schools Under 18 team retained the Lynne Nicholson Trophy with a convincing 3-0 victory over Jersey at the Springfield Stadium.

 There was little between the teams in the opening period with defences on top although the visitors missed a golden opportunity to break the deadlock on 39 minutes.  James Teelan cleverly won the ball on the half way line and sent James Clarke racing clear.  The winger looked certain to score but with only the keeper to beat his shot was deflected just past the post.

Two quick goals after the interval put Northern Ireland in command.  On 50 minutes a clumsy challenge by Ben Le Rougetel sent Trai Hume tumbling in the box and the Northern Ireland skipper picked himself up to plant the spot kick into the corner of the net.

Three minutes later Teelan doubled the lead winning the ball inside his own half and outpacing the home defence before lobbing the advancing keeper.

Hume completed the scoring with the final kick of the match when a thunderous drive from 30 yards flew into the roof of the net giving the keeper no chance.

 

NORTHERN IRELAND

David Walsh, Corai Quinn, Callum McVeigh, Shea Conway, Dylan Snoddon, Trai Hume (c), Jamal Tavares, Odhran Casey, James Teelan, James Clarke, Peter McKiernan

 SUBSTITUTIONS

Joshua Archer replaced Clarke 58 minutes

Pierce Quigley replaced Tavares 63 minutes

John McGivern replaced Quinn 76 minutes

Peter Bell replaced Teelan 81 minutes

NI retain Lynne Nicholson Trophy

Jersey v Northern Ireland

Under 18 International

5 February 2020

 

Jersey

0

v

3

Northern Ireland

 

 

 

 

Trai Hume 50, 90 mins

 

 

 

 

James Teelan 53 mins

Wednesday 5 February 2020

St Helier

Kick Off 7.45 pm

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

The Northern Ireland Schools Under 18 team retained the Lynne Nicholson Trophy with a convincing 3-0 victory over Jersey at the Springfield Stadium.

 There was little between the teams in the opening period with defences on top although the visitors missed a golden opportunity to break the deadlock on 39 minutes.  James Teelan cleverly won the ball on the half way line and sent James Clarke racing clear.  The winger looked certain to score but with only the keeper to beat his shot was deflected just past the post.

Two quick goals after the interval put Northern Ireland in command.  On 50 minutes a clumsy challenge by Ben Le Rougetel sent Trai Hume tumbling in the box and the Northern Ireland skipper picked himself up to plant the spot kick into the corner of the net.

Three minutes later Teelan doubled the lead winning the ball inside his own half and outpacing the home defence before lobbing the advancing keeper.

Hume completed the scoring with the final kick of the match when a thunderous drive from 30 yards flew into the roof of the net giving the keeper no chance.

 

NORTHERN IRELAND

David Walsh, Corai Quinn, Callum McVeigh, Shea Conway, Dylan Snoddon, Trai Hume (c), Jamal Tavares, Odhran Casey, James Teelan, James Clarke, Peter McKiernan

 SUBSTITUTIONS

Joshua Archer replaced Clarke 58 minutes

Pierce Quigley replaced Tavares 63 minutes

John McGivern replaced Quinn 76 minutes

Peter Bell replaced Teelan 81 minutes

U18's defeat Jersey in International Friendly

Jersey v Northern Ireland

Under 18 International

3 February 2020

 

Jersey

1

v

4

Northern Ireland

Sol Solomon 72 mins

 

 

 

Pierce Quigley 16 mins

 

 

 

 

Jamal Tavares 41 mins

 

 

 

 

Trai Hume 65 mins

 

 

 

 

Corai Quinn 74 mins

Monday 3 February 2020

St Helier

Kick Off 7.45 pm

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

The Northern Ireland Schools Under 18 team maintained their 100 per cent record with a convincing 4-1 victory over Jersey at the Springfield Stadium.

After a spell of prolonged pressure the visitors opened the scoring on 16 minutes when Peter McKiernan found Pierce Quigley and the striker neatly lobbed the advancing keeper.

Just before the break Jamal Tavares doubled the lead.  Jersey keeper Luke Duncan palmed away a fierce shot by Trai Hume but Tavares reacted quickly to blast the ball into the roof of the net.

On the hour McKiernan shot just wide following good work by Corai Quinn. McKieran was a constant threat to the home defence and soon afterwards Hume increased the lead latching onto an inch perfect pass from the winger.

Jersey reduced the lead in controversial circumstances when John McGivern was adjudged to have handled the ball and Sol Solomon made no mistake with the spot kick.

Quinn completed the scoring when he netted with a low right foot shot into the corner of the net following a string run down the right.

 

NORTHERN IRELAND

Oisin Gibson, Corai Quinn, Callum McVeigh, Trai Hume (c), Jamal Tavares, Pierce Quigley, Joshua Archer, Peter Bell, Jack Deveney, John McGivern, Peter McKiernan

 

SUBSTITUTIONS

Odhran Casey replaced Deveney 52 minutes

James Teelan replaced Quigley 63 minutes

Dylan Snoddon replaced Quinn 76 minutes

Shea Conway replaced |McKiernan 76 minutes

Royal School Dungannon advance to 4th Round of Danske Bank Schools Cup

Royal School Dungannon advance to Danske Bank 4th Round

The Royal School Dungannon will play Aquinas in the 4th round of the Danske Bank Schools Cup after a convincing win against Belfast Metropolitan College.

The Dungannon school set a high tempo in the early stages of the match and were able to profit on a defensive error when Adam McConville slotted into an empty net. Belfast Met started to assert themselves in the game with good possession however it was RSD that struck again on the counter attack with Jonny McCammond curling his shot from the edge of the box into the top right corner.

In the second half Belfast Met made several changes as they looked to get back into the match which eventually paid off as they halved the deficit with a close range finish. This goal gave Belfast Met a new lease of life as they pushed for an equaliser in an extended period of added time and hit the woodwork before an excellent block from centre-half Calum MacGregor allowed RSD to break with Joshua Pinkerton securing their place in the 4th round with a left footed finish. 

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