Classy New Ross Town rule in Jack's place

By Dean Goodison

Published 13/06/2016 | 11:22

Mini World Cup Final
Emma Rossiter (Netherlands_New Ross Town) scores
Mini World Cup Final Emma Rossiter (Netherlands_New Ross Town) scores
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. Winners Netherlands (New Ross Town)
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. Runners up Norway (Forth Celtic)
Mini World Cup Final Tom Callaghan (Netherlands_New Ross Town) scores a goal
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. New Ross Town (Netherlands) Winners
Mini World Cup Final Tom Callaghan (Netherlands_New Ross Town) Leo Barry (Norway_ Forth Celtic)
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. 3rd in the play offs Spain (Wexford Albion)
Mini World Cup Final Eoghan Lyng (Netherlands_New Ross Town) Alex Lafferty (Norway_ Forth Celtic)
Mini World Cup Final Niall Mooney (Netherlands_New Ross Town) Alex Lafferty (Norway_ Forth Celtic)
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. Referee and linesmen for the final were Ger Jones, Ger Morris and Jimmy Kelly.
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. New Ross Town (Netherlands) Winners
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. New Ross Town Captain Niall Mooney gets the cup from sponsor Damien Roche of Roche Freight and Wexford Albion chairperson Lynda Dempsey
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. New Ross Town (Netherlands) Winners
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. New Ross Town Captain Niall Mooney gets the cup from sponsor Damien Roche of Roche Freight and Wexford Albion chairperson Lynda Dempsey
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. Seanie Fenelon presented the Golden Boot to Evan Donohoe of Wexford Albion
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. Dean Goodison (People Newspapers) presented player of the match to New Ross Town Captain Niall Mooney with match sponsor Damien Roche of Roche Freight.
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. Forth Celtic's Lee Kennedy gets the player of the tournament award from Damien Roche of Roche Freight and Cllr Jim Moore Deputy Mayor.
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. Fair Play Award presented by Gina Carty to three ladies from New Ross Town. Mary O'Callaghan, Gina Carthy, Damien Roche, Joanne Phelan, Cllr Jim Moore deputy mayor and Aine Lyng.
Mini World Cup Final Tom Callaghan (Netherlands_New Ross Town) Alex Lafferty (Norway_ Forth Celtic)
Wexford Albion Schoolboys "Jack's Mini World Cup" on Sunday afternoon in Albions Pitch. 4th in the play offs Turkey (Cloughbawn)

New Ross Town claimed Jack's Mini World Cup in style at Wexford Albion's Pitch, Kennedy Park on Sunday afternoon, beating a spirited Forth Celtic 4-2 in an entertaining tussle.

Netherlands (New Ross Town) 4 Norway (Forth Celtic) 2

'People Newspapers - Player of the Game' Niall Mooney was the hero for the Ross boys with a sensational individual performance.

 

The victors led 3-0 at the interval after goals from Tom O'Callaghan, Ben Long and Emma Rossiter. That advantage swelled further when Mooney headed home in the second half.

 

However, Celtic were made of strong stuff and fought to the bitter end with Leo Barry firing home a late double to give his side a little consolation.

 

Yet, it wasn't enough to deny a superb New Ross Celtic team who, before shipping those late goals, hadn't conceded previously in the tournament.

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