Peamount came from behind in this evening’s opening WNL game, against a top flight Cork City Womens FC side, to secure all three points. After Cork City took an early lead, with Katie McCarthy, scoring in the very first minute – just 21 seconds into the 2019 season, Amber Barrett wasted no time in finding the back of the Cork City net when she scored on the seven minute mark! Midway through the first half, the legendary Aine O’Gorman put Peamount into the lead, during a goalmouth scramble, with another goal that proved to be the match winner. Well done Peas, 2-1, an absolutely fantastic start to the 2019 season!
Peamount U11A1 boys and Sword Celtic observed a one minute silence this morning in memory of Esker Celtic U14 player Zack Foley. Zack passed away this week after a brave battle with cancer. Both teams played today’s game with pride. It finished Peamount 2 Swords Celtic 1. Our thoughts are with Zack’s family and friends.
Aidan McDonagh created a donation page to assist with Zack’s treatment, if anyone would like to donate, please do so here.
Defribulator Course Please Attend - Thursday 7th (contact Bill 087 653 8252)
A defribulator training course is being run in the club this Thursday 7th March, 6.30-9.30pm. To attend, please confirm a place with Bill on 087 653 8252.
The club recently received three new defribulator units. We would like to train 32 volunteers in their use. The more people confident in their use the better for all our players and supporters. Parents, please put yourself forward for training.
Great to see four upcoming Peamount players, Jessie Stapleton, Maria Reynolds, Rebecca McMahon, and Orlagh Fitzpatrick representing Ireland in the U15 International Friendly with Northern Ireland today in Armagh. Peamount pride!
Well done to the U14 Girls have earned their spot in the FAI All Ireland Cup Final. The Peas overcame their semi final opposition Shelbourne in well deserved 2-0 victory. The teams were locked in a stalemate end to end battle until the last 15 minutes when the determination and discipline of the girls in green made the difference. Well done girls.