Can anyone catch Man. City?
Kadyn Crossan’s Man City team took another huge step towards the Premier League crown when they recorded two further victories in today’s matches. Kadyn led the way with a couple of early goals in their victory over Liverpool who scored a consolation late on by way of a Cathal McKeegan penalty.
Man. City’s nearest challengers at this stage is Spurs. Another Blake Curry goal sealed a narrow victory over Man. Utd who, despite the best efforts of Conor Martin and captain Liam Weatherall, just could find an equaliser.
Miceal McBride scored a stunning hat-trick in game three to record Chelsea’s first win of the season.
In game 4, Spurs suffered their first defeat of the season when Molly Gray and Adam Peoples scored in quick succession to give them a 2-0 lead. Ruari Herrity pulled one back from the penalty spot but alas it wasn’t enough to prevent Chelsea claiming the three points.
That defeat enable Liverpool to open up a three point gap at the top of the table after another resounding victory against Arsenal in game 5 with Ryan Deery, Kadyn Crossan, Dara Deery and Dairmuid Watson in the goals for the league leaders. Cameron Gregg Logue replied for Arsenal who found the going tough without the injured Shea O’Donnell.
In the day’s final match we had the first goalless draw of the campaign thanks mainly to the defenders on both sides with James Donaghy, Michael Conlon and Tom Peace outstanding for their respective teams.