Stratford footballers go see Ireland versus Serbia in World Cup Qualifier

Stratford footballers at the Aviva to see Ireland versus Serbia<br />Photo: someone!
NEWS / 5 September 2017

Mr. Priestley, Ms. Donohoe and Ms. Cronin, along with Stratford's footballers were lucky enough to get tickets to see Ireland versus Serbia in the World Cup Qualifier match in the Aviva stadium on Tuesday, 5th September. While the result was disappointing it was a great experience to be there.

6pm, Tuesday, 5th September. Stratford's group of eager footballers met up with Mr. Priestley, Ms. Donohoe and Ms. Cronin to see the Ireland versus Serbia World Cup Qualifier match in the Aviva Stadium. A critical match, where a win would certainly be important in getting us to the World Cup next year. Anticipation was high.

While the 1-0 result was disappointing for Ireland - the pundits said Ireland played well -  just being there was magic. 

Thanks to Mr. Priestley for organising the tickets and bus in a very fast time. 

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