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16.11.2019 at 15:00 Nevoga-Arena, Straßwalchen Attendance:
Gibraltar 0 - 13 Rep of Ireland Under 19
Referee: Timotheos Christofi (Cyprus) European Qualifier-match

None Tyreik Wright (6)
Lewis Richards (15)
Andrew Omobamidele (23)
Jamie Bowden (25)
Tyreik Wright (47)
Tyreik Wright (54)
Mark Mc Guiness (55)
Ross Tierney (61)
Tom Cannon (62)
Jamie Bowden (73)
Jones (o.g.) (87)
Tyreik Wright (88)
Ryan Cassidy (93)
Opening squads
Avellano (GK)
Del Rio
El Yettefti
Sean Bohan
Oisin Mc Entee
Timi Sobowale
Lewis Richards
Barry Coffey
Jamie Bowden
Andrew Omobamidele
Tom Cannon
Alex Gilbert
Tyreik Wright
Ross Tierney
Hernandez (GK)
De Haro
De Los Santos
Jimmy Corcoran
Mark Mc Guiness
Armstrong Oko-Flex
Conor Noss
Adam O Reilly
Ryan Cassidy
Festy Ebosele
Matt Everitt
De Hero for El Yettefti 30 mins,
Jones for Bautista 31 mins,
Matto for Montovio 64 mins,
Galliano for Bossano 74 mins
Hernandez for Avellano 79 mins
Mark Mc Guiness -> Oisin Mc Entee (46)
Armstrong Oko-Flex -> Tom Cannon (67)
Ryan Cassidy -> Barry Coffey (68)
Conor Noss -> Alex Gilbert (80)
Festy Ebosele -> Jamie Bowden (90)
Yellow cards
Ramagge 19 mins
Bossano 20 mins,
Montovio 46 mins,
Gracia 84 mins
Ross Tierney (44)
Red cards
None None.
Other statistics
0 Shots 0
0 Shots on goal 0
0 Offsides 0
0 Corner kicks 0
0 Free kicks 0
0 Penalties 0
Match report
European Championship.
16th Nov 2019

Tyreik Wright hit four as Ireland cruised to victory in Straßwalchen, Austria. There were also first international goals for Lewis Richards, Jamie Bowden, Tom Cannon and Ryan Cassidy. Andrew Omobamidele, Mark McGuinness and Ross Tierney, also found the net.

It now means Ireland head into the game with Austria needing a win for a chance to qualify for the Elite Round.

Ireland were dominant from start to finish and took the lead on six minutes through Aston Villa man Wright. Alex Gilbert fired at goal but Wright was on hand to slide in to finish.

On 15 minutes Richards had his first goal for Ireland. A corner from Bowden fell to the Wolves defender who volleyed home from close range.

And it was another Bowden corner that led to number three. This time Omobamidele found the net with a header. Two minutes later Bowden went from creator to scorer. Good play from Wright saw him cross from the right towards Alex Gilbert who headed across goal for Bowden to tap in for 4-0.

Ireland started the second half as they started the first. Wright reacted fastest to a save from Bradley Avellano to make it 5-0 with 47 minutes gone.

On 54 minutes Wright completed his hat-trick superbly finding the top corner from the edge of the area.

Ireland weren’t letting up and McGuinness headed in from a corner on 55 minutes for seven and Tierney took advantage of a rebound for number eight. Cannon made it 9-0 with a neat finish when he found the bottom corner from outside the box.

Bowden got his second of the game to make it 10 on 73 minutes when he headed into the top corner.

Then came three goals in the final 10 minutes of the game. It came from another corner for Ireland and it was another goal with McGuinness’ header adjudged to have come off Gibraltar substitute Shay Jones for an own goal.

Wright got his fourth of the game when he beat the keeper from the edge of the area and Cassidy made it 13-0 in added time when he got ahead of the last defender in the box to wrap up the scoring.

Ireland: Bohan; McEntee (C) (McGuinness 46) Omobamidele, Richards, Sobowale; Coffey (Cassidy 68), Bowden (Ebosele 90), Tierney; Wright, Cannon (Oko-Flex), Gilbert.

Gibraltar: Avellano (Hernandez 79); Bossano (Galliano 74), Vinet, Montovio (Matto 64); Parral, El Yettefi (De Haro 30), Del Rio (C), Bautista (Jones 31), Ramagge, Gracia.

Tuesday, November 19: Ireland v Austria, HCS Arena Nonntal, Salzburg, KO 1.30pm (Irish time)
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