Emyvale Minors: The Emyvale Minor team, or Under 17s, won the 2020 Division 2 Championship 2hen they played Latton in the final in Castleblayney pitch some weeks ago now but better late than never. This team has been performing well throughout their Juvenile history to date but this was going to be their biggest challenge. They won with a brilliant performance and no one could leave St. Marys without agreeing that it was one of the best games of football witnessed in a long time. This was football as it was meant to be, this was commitment of every player on the field, this was trully end to end stuff, this was highly entertaining, skill, fitness and bravery were all on display and it was a delight to see it all and more so when Emyvale came out the winner. Well done to all the players in the squad, to the mentors and to the parents but also to the Latton people for an equally top class display but luck wasn’t on their side. It would be hoped that these players, having tasted success and having earned the Prize that they will continue to be involved with the club and in the years ahead be part of a team to bring glory and success to Emyvale at senior ranks.
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Emyvale Minors: The Emyvale Minor team, or Under 17s, won the 2020 Division 2 Championship 2hen they played Latton in the final in Castleblayney pitch some weeks ago now but better late than never. This team has been performing well throughout their Juvenile history to date but this was going to be their biggest challenge. They won with a brilliant performance and no one could leave St. Marys without agreeing that it was one of the best games of football witnessed in a long time. This was football as it was meant to be, this was commitment of every player on the field, this was trully end to end stuff, this was highly entertaining, skill, fitness and bravery were all on display and it was a delight to see it all and more so when Emyvale came out the winner. Well done to all the players in the squad, to the mentors and to the parents but also to the Latton people for an equally top class display but luck wasn’t on their side. It would be hoped that these players, having tasted success and having earned the Prize that they will continue to be involved with the club and in the years ahead be part of a team to bring glory and success to Emyvale at senior ranks.