On Saturday Our team make the long journey to take on Bannagher.
Due to injuries, holidays and GAA we travelled with just 14 players with one playing as sub with an ankle injury.
Raharney started off well playing some lovely football and the forward line linking play brilliantly.
Within 10 minutes we went one up with a great goal from the ever threatening Dylan Dixon who was captain for the day.
Raharney were dictating the play and very soon went two up with a goal from the predatory Jack Barry.
Raharney got a third goal from Jack Barry who always finds the space to score.
Bannagher pulled a goal back before Jack Barry got his hat trick to bring it to halftime 4-1 up.
The second half began with Bannagher pressing Raharney back. After a few heavy and high challenges from Bannagher which saw Dylan Ryan get a kick to the face they started to muscle their way back into the game. Protests were made by the Raharney coaches about the physicality of the Bannagher team and were waved off by the referee.
But due to the physical challenges Raharney started to be pinned back and the pressure finally paid for Bannagher when they ran in 6 goals without reply.
Raharney never gave up but with two extremely heavy challenges on keeper Tyler Flynn it was no wonder the lads lost heart.
A really good performance and the players deserve great credit.
Man of the match goes to Marcus Delaney for the second week running.
Another couple of weeks will see this team blossom as the signs are good that this team is beginning to understand how we want them to play.