PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):A wet outfield has caused the abandonment of the penultimate day of the fourth and final Test between West Indies and India at Queen’s Park Oval yesterday.Match officials called off play at 10:25 a.m. after inspecting the ground.The second and third days were also abandoned without a bowl bowled due to an impaired outfield.Play was only possible for 13/4 hours on day one before heavy rains forced the last two sessions to be abandoned.
CAPPRY ROVERS NEWS:CAPPRY ROVERS LOTTOThe numbers drawn in this week’s draw were 2, 3, 13, 15. There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the €50 lucky ticket was Patrick and Aisling Long, Woodland, Dooish.Next weeks jackpot is €3350.Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win!!!CAPPRY ROVERSCappry Rovers 0-1 Saint Catherine’sReigning champions of the Brian McCormick Premier Division Saint Catherine’s left Cappry Park on Sunday very fortunate to have the three points with them following a very good competitive game against a very resilient Cappry Rovers team who deserved at least a share of the spoils.Cappry had the better of the chances in the opening stages but couldn’t find the net due to good defending and keeping by the visitors defence and keeper.Saint Catherine’s opened the scoring in the 27th minute after the ball was blocked following a free kick and it went to Christian McNeilis who blasted it to the bottom corner of the net from 25 yards.Cappry went in search of the equaliser and created numerous but to no avail.Cappry’s Darren O’Leary had a header well saved by the visitors keeper in the 43rd minute when he dived full length to palm the ball away.Half Time 0-1.Cappry pushed forward in the second half but once again couldn’t find the target. They created numerous chances and a few of these were well saved by the keeper. Saint Catherine’s created a few chances also but to no avail. Darren O’Leary then saw red late on when he momentarily forget he wasn’t play GAA and punched the ball into the back of the net. The referee had no other choice but to issue O’Leary with a second yellow card.Best For Cappry were Gerald Melaugh and Gavin Reilly who surprisingly performed well considering he played GAA all summer in the USA.Daniel Breslin and David Conwell were best for Saint Catherine’s.CAPPRY ROVERS RESERVESCappry Rovers Reserves 1-4 Glenea United ReservesThe visitors started well and put the youthful Cappry team under pressure from the start. Cappry settled into the game and had a few good passing moves but the Glenea defence held strong and were well on top. Glenea took the lead in the 39th minute when Shane Ferry finished well from inside the box. In the 44th minute Glenea made it 2-0 when Ciaran Boyce scored with a fine finish over the keeper Liam O’Meara in the Cappry net. In the 52nd minute Glenea made it 3-0 when Ciaran Boyce tapped into an empty net following a mistake in the Cappry defence. It was 4-0 in the 65th minute when Ciaran McGeady added another for the visitors. Cappry never gave up and got a goal back when Conor McGlynn scored with a fine volley from the edge of the box. Steven O’Reilly and Karl McGlynn were best for Cappry. A fine team performance from Glenea.CAPPRY ROVERS U16’s Cappry Rovers played Castlefin Celtic in a cup match on Saturday in Castlefin. The lads showed great character after going a goal down to win the match 5-1. Kaine McGlynn got Cappry back on level terms and it stayed like that until half time. Cappry showed great spirit in the 2nd half with Karl Doherty grabbing a hat trick and Joel Bradley Walsh got the other Cappry goal.CAPPRY ROVERS U14’sCappry Rovers had a great victory on Saturday when they played Raphoe Town in a cup match in Raphoe. They controlled the game from start to finish and got their just rewards with a 8-1 win. Daniel Gordon (2), Jamie Murray (2), Thomas McMenamin (2), Dean Harvey and Jason Dunne all got on the score sheet. Well Done lads.CAPPRY COLTS 12’sCappry Colts played BallybofeyCAPPRY CRUSADERS U12’sCappry Crusaders played Lagan Harps this evening in their 1st match of the season in Cappry Park. It was a very tight 1st half with the lads playing it very tight at the back and playing some nice football. Martin Mbuli opened the scoring for Cappry midway through the 1st half and that’s how the half ended. The 2nd half started tight again with both sets of players playing very well. 10 minutes in Martin got his 2nd to put Cappry in the driving seat and shortly after he grabbed his hat trick. This seemed to knock Lagans confidence a little and Cappry were able to see out the rest of the game. Final score was a 3-0 victory to the Crusaders. SOCCER NEWS: O’LEARY SEES RED FOR CAPPRY AS THEY LOSE OUT TO CHAMPIONS ST CATHERINE’S was last modified: September 8th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:soccerSport