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fraughan

(ˈfrɒhən)
n
(Cookery) an Irish word for whortleberry1, whortleberry2
[from Irish Gaelic fraochán, diminutive of fraoch heather]
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Sean McGurk, Conor Fraughan, Alex Haake and Matt Harper were also on target for Rosemont with Luis Murphy and Daniel Ponzini replying for Chelwood.
Ryan Fraughan fed the ball into Gray, who laid it back for Ryan Edwards to blast home a sweetlystruck cracker from 20 yards.
It was a frustrating first half for TNS, with Carmarthen setting anchor, but Chris Seargent's free kick brought about the opener as Cortez Belle cleared but only to Sam Finlay whose delicate touch found Ryan Fraughan and his cross picked out Michael Wilde at the far post who made no mistake.
The influential Ryan Fraughan crossed to create a gilt-edged chance for Michael Wilde to head just wide of a post before Fraughan blazed a shot of his own over the target.
But the best chance fell to the Saints, with a stunning 9th minute half volley from Ryan Fraughan producing a brilliant save from Bangor goalkeeper Lee Idzi.
Saints should have taken a second-minute lead when Sam Finlay was left with a free header from a Ryan Fraughan free-kick, but failed to hit the target.
Micky Cummins' bullet header was blocked by Matt Glennon who then touched Ryan Fraughan's miscued clearance against the post.
Players out: Aaron Cresswell (Ipswich, tribunal), Dale Jennings (Bayern Munich, undisclosed), Alan Mahon, Marlon Broomes, Max Blanchard, Joe Collister, Nick Wood, Ryan Fraughan, Sam Morrow, Jack Mackreth (all released).
"Some of us were even crying, we were overjoyed as we felt we were underdogs going in and it was the first time we had entered." | Boys team: James Moran, Nathan Doforo, Luis Fraughan, Joshua James, Ethan Speare, Michael Massen, Alex Hennessy, Ed Mattocks (in order of pic) | Girls: Anna Crossley, Phoebe Dunning, Kimberley Lunt, Shelby Lai, Erin Speare, Rianna Doforo, Molly Quilty, Lara Barton, Calista Brady, Hannah Foulis-Wills.
However, they went close to increasing their advantage soon after the break with Gray and Ryan Fraughan denied by keeper Dave Jones, before Newtown reduced the arrears when Alex Fletcher grabbed his first Robins goal with a neat chip over keeper Ryan Neild.
Already 3-0 up, Saints' substitute Greg Draper then netted with his first touch after Ryan Fraughan had brilliantly set him up and the New Zealand international added two more to record the first hat-trick of the campaign.
The best chance fell to the Saints, with a stunning 9th-minute half-volley from Ryan Fraughan producing a brilliant save from Bangor goalkeeper Lee Idzi.