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Ulster Bank League Saturday April 8th
Wanderers FC 29 – 46 Greystones

A Jack Keating hat trick helped Greystones to a deserved 46 – 29 win over local rivals Wanderers. In all seven tries contributed to the total with Captain Bobby Clancy opening the scoring and Barry Lynn, Dan Mannion and Andy Roberts all adding to the three picked off by Keating. Andrew Kealy added a penalty and four conversions.

With Armagh also gaining a bonus point win away to Derry we continue to hold a one point advantage at the top of the table with one match remaining. Next Saturday Old Crescent visit Dr Hickey Park for what will be the biggest game in the club for many years with the prize of Automatic promotions within our grasp. Kick off is 2:30pm, we need to show the team the whole club is behind them – see you there

 

The Greystones RFC players run out at the Aviva Stadium

The future is bright – youth teams emulating firsts successes

We are very proud of the performance of all our youth teams this weekend when the U13’s, U14’s, U16’s and U18’s all prevailed with semi final victories in their various Leinster and Metro cups and league competitions.

Well done all and good luck in your finals in a few weeks time.

 

 

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