AaronMcGee Hits Five Goals as Trim Juniors Run Riot

 

Aaron McGee returned to the Trim jersey on Sunday afternoon for the first time this season. His return was a timely boost to Cj Murtagh the Trim manager and Aaron repaid the managers faith in him with a five star performance in front of goal. Trim got off to a flying start when McGee fired over his first point in the third minute. After just five minutes Aaron  McGee got his first goal when he hit an unstoppable shot to the roof of the Kildalkey net. Trim added three more points in the next three minutes these points all from play from the sticks of the impressive Andy O’Brien, Stephen Doyle and Leighton Massey. In the tenth minute O’Brien got his first of three goals when he receive a great had pass from Leighton Massey that left him with only the keeper to beat. O’Brien made no mistake and finished off his chance with ease. Mark Murray,Joey Toole and Doyle again clipped three more point over the black spot in the next four minutes. The game was over as a contest by the thirteenth minute when McGee  got his second goal to leave his side three goals and eight points to no score up. Trim were in total control and were winning the individual battles in every sector of the pitch. The super reds continued to dominate proceedings for the remainder of the half an added three goals and nine points before the half time whistle.  These scores coming from Aaron McGee 2-1, Andy O’Brien 1-1,Joey Toole 3pts,Mark Murray 3pts and Leightoin Massey 1pt.

 

Half Time Score: Trim 6-17 Kildalkey 0-1

 

Trim manager Cj Murtagh reshuffled he team at half time an drought on four subs. These changes if anything made  the reds stronger and they continued to dominate proceedings.  They continued to win all the one to one battles. From the throw in Aaron  McGee struck his fifth and last goal to finish with a tally of five goals and two points. Andy O’Brien got his third goal of the match and Joey Tool added a point. The game petered out until referee  blew the final whistle early. Let’s just say on the request of the Kildalkey management he did not play thirty minutes in the second half.

 

Final Score : Trim 8-18 Kildalkey 0-2

 

Trim Team & Scorers:

Paul Mullen, Cian Walsh, Darragh Kennedy, Karl Keating, Gary Conroy, Jamie Lee , Pauric Payne, Cian Lee(0-1) Rory McGrath, Mark Murray(0-5)Joey Toole(0-4)Stephen Doyle(0-2)Aaron McGee(5-2)Leighton Massey(0-3) Andrew O’Brien (3-1)

Subs: All at half time, Sean Thornton for Massey, Scott O’Leary for  Doyle, Eoin Thompson for  Walsh and  Kevin Lennon for McGrath






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