30 March 2015
Two second half goals helped the Colleges FAI maintain their perfect record in the current series of friendlies against the Welsh Universities at Ferrycarrig Park.
Dean Broaders stroked home the opener from the penalty spot on 71 minutes after he had been taken down in the box by goalkeeper Will Fuller.
The Welsh 'keeper was sent off by referee David Jameson for the offence and was replaced for the spot kick by reserve 'keeper Conah McFenton.
The Colleges then took control of what had been a tight affair up till the penalty incident and Kaleem Simon finally sealed their fourth consecutive win in this series of games with a late second goal.
Colleges FAI: S Cusack; I Sinnott, D Devine, P Doherty, J Cross; E Molloy, R Gorman (G O'Boyle 80), J Bonner, G Boyne (J Fallon 68), K Simon (M McGrath 87); D Broaders (J Lyons 85).
Subs not used: J Savage, O Simbanda, M Connaughton, M Connor.
Welsh Universities: W Fuller; J Roberts, L Cooper, D Vincent (B Briers 56), L Hydes (S Wade 80); A Orme (L Walker 62) (S Bailey 88), K Lewis (J Smith 38), C Green, S Hunt (C McFenton 71); G Bauza; N Jarvis.
Sub not used: R Cooper.
Colleges FAI 2 (D Broaders pen 71, K Simon 89) Welsh Universities 0
Referee: D Jameson (Wicklow)« Go Back