- Tuesday July 20th, 2010 @ 16:39
SPORTING FINGAL NEXT UP FOR UNDER 20â€™s
Following a comprehensive 7-0 win against Longford Town last week, St Pat's U-20's face a far stiffer test when they host Sporting Fingal at Richmond Park on Wednesday night, kick off 7.45pm.
â€śThe Longford game was not as one sided as people might thinkâ€ť, said assistant coach Anto Bailey, â€śour goalkeeper made three or four great saves to keep us in it in the first 15 minutesâ€ť.
â€śWe've trained over the week and worked on some defensive areas but the Fingal match will give us a better indication as to where we currently are.
Fingal beat Bohemians 2-1, they've been together as a squad a lot longer than ourselves so it will be one of the toughest matches of the group for usâ€ť.,
â€śAt the last game it was great to see Pete and John from the first team as well as Maurice and Alan from the A Championship team in attendance and quite a few supporters in the ground as well.
It gives the players a bit of a lift, a bit more to play for and maybe an added bit of pressure which may not be such a bad thingâ€ť, added Bailey.
Admission is free tomorrow night and the club would encourage supporters to get behind the St Pat's Under 20 and A Championship sides who will be playing their home games at Richmond Park this season.