OLDEST IRISH AMERICAN NEWSPAPER IN USA, ESTABLISHED IN 1928
Category: Archive

Loss drops Beal Bocht from Bronx league lead

February 16, 2011

By Staff Reporter

Lansdowne 2, Beal Bocht 0

Going into the morning match, Beal Bocht, who was tied for first place, faced third-place Lansdowne to determine semifinal standings. Beal Bocht started the game with only seven players, which proved to be a costly handicap when Lansdowne was able to score twice in the first half.

For Lansdowne, Jennifer Briggs scored off an assist from Maryanne Allen, and Christine Many scored off an assist from Jennifer Briggs. During the second half, Beal Bocht was able to hold them at 2-0 with their eighth player on the field and great performances from Mary Touhey and Pauline Devlin.

Beal Bocht’s loss dropped them to third place. They will face Lansdowne again on June 15 in the semifinals.

Sean Og’s 5, Parlour Moms 1

Sean Og’s victory secured fourth place and a spot in the semifinals against leader Harps.

Follow us on social media

Keep up to date with the latest news with The Irish Echo

Parlour Moms were first on the board with a goal from Lisa Moore on an assist from Amber Hutten. Sean Og’s quickly answered with a goal from Karen Lundgren, who took control of the ball at midfield and carried it herself. The second Sean Og’s goal not only gave them the lead, but the momentum as well, as they went on to score three more times.

The second goal came after a series of neat passes between Emma Suba and Julie Callahan that found Lundgren, who played the ball over the goalie’s head.

The first goal of the second half came when Parlour Mom’s volunteer goalie, Karen Lindsay, kicked out to Sean Og’s Deirdre Heslin, who took control and shot back on the open net.

Sean Og’s fourth goal was an assist from Lupe Hernandez, who hit Emma Suba for the score. The final came on a penalty kick by Germania Enriquez. 4th Sean Og’s will face 1st place Harps, for the semi-finals on June 15th.

Ned Devine’s 3, Velocity 1

Ned Devine’s victory over Velocity left them with a win but out of contention for fourth-place and a spot in the semifinals. Ned’s scored via Cabrini Kerrigan, off an assist from Mags Ryan; Mags Fitzgerald, off an assist from Geraldine Flattery, and Mags Ryan. Midfielder Diana Usini lobbed the keeper for Velocity. Velocity’s goalkeeper, Margaret Mckegney, had an exceptional game but was unable to keep Ned Devine’s at bay.

Other Articles You Might Like

Sign up to our Daily Newsletter

Click to access the login or register cheese