Corey Lavery-McCay with his parents, Caroline and Michael.
A Galway United schoolboy with strong Donegal connections starred as the Tribesmen’s Under-15s won the Oakham Tournament in England.
Corey Lavery-McCay’s week to remember included the winning goal against Manchester United.
Lavery-McCay netted the only goal of the game in the 1-0 win over the Red Devils.
Galway defeated Manchester United a second time when winning 4-3 on penalties in the final.
Lavery-McCay - who has represented Northern Ireland at underage level - also netted in a 4-0 win over New York while Galway drew 0-0 with Dubai Academy.
After a 1-0 win over Bohemians, Lavery-McCay scored in a 1-0 win over ISFA with Galway following up by drawing 1-1 with Norwich City and Leicester City.
Goalkeeper MacDara Scanlon saved twice when Galway defeated Bohs on penalties before they toppled Manchester United in the final.
Lavery-McCay’s mother, Caroline, hails from Killea while his father, Michael, is a native of Sion Mills.
A large contingent of the Lavery family reside in Donegal. Indeed, Lavery-McCay’s cousin Keenan Diver is on the books of NIFL Championship side Dergview.
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