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Under 16 League 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   1,  St Fiacc’s AFC  4
Saturday 8 January 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)


On a wind-swept morning in the Superbowl both teams put in great performances. Vale were hindered by absentees but really worked hard in the face of it. St Fiaccs dominated the first half and should really have been ahead at half time.

The second half started with Fiaccs again on the front foot and took the lead after 50 minutes. The lead was doubled on 55 minutes and well deserved. Vale then started to get into the game and pulled a goal back on 60 minutes through Keelan Byrne. St Fiaccs then raised the tempo and scored again on 70 and 75 minutes.

Goal scorers for St Fiaccs were Dylan Murphy, Sean Lydon Hennessy and Patrick O’Connor.
Best for Vale were Ben Stanley, Noah Walsh and Mark Stanley.

Under 16 League 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   1,  Burrin Celtic AFC  0
Saturday 8 January 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

In a hard fought match it was Nurney who would come out on top. Nurney took the lead in the 13th min with a superb finish to the top corner by Eamon Lalor. After this only minor chances were created by both teams and most of Burrin’s efforts were easily dealt with by Anthony Dermody in the Nurney goal who earned his first clean sheet of the year.

Despite the best efforts of Lalor, Padraig 0’Brien, Shane Farrell and Cian Meaney in trying to add a second goal they were held out by a solid Burrin defence. The Nurney captain Manus Murphy did an excellent job of protecting his back line in the final quarter when asked to step into the role, stopping multiple attacks. Burrin Celtic came close to the equaliser in the closing minutes from a corner, the ball landed in the six-yard box and with numerous player’s from both teams having chances at it, it was eventually somehow cleared. The Nurney back line of Josh Kearney, Adam Kelly, Senan Dermody and Arron Coogan had great games to earn this hard-fought 1-0 win for Villa.

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22

St Anne’s AFC   2,  Hanover Harps AFC  1
Saturday 8 January 2022  Ballylinan (St Annes)

The New Year started with two of the top sides going head to head for first place in the league. St Annes started at a quick pace and were awarded an early penalty for a foul in the box. Niall Hickey stepped up and had his shot saved by Hanover’s keeper. The game was being played at a very high tempo when the ball came to Jack Julian who showed great footwork to get past some of Hanover’s defenders to find the bottom corner of the net with a fantastic strike. Annes pushed on and showed great passing and determination to defend and push Hanover. Hanover stayed strong and finished the first half only1-0 down to St Annes.

Annes regrouped at half time and had lots of possession in the second half but Hanover found the back of St Annes net straight from a corner kick by Sam Mc Hugh with 10 mins to go in the match. St Annes were not going to give up as they had played the game up to this with such great determination and it showed right away from the restart following the Hanover goal. Annes pushed hard and Bryan Byrne came onto the ball and went past four Hanover players on a great run to finish with a super goal. Within seconds Annes had the lead again. Hanover tried their best to punish Annes on the break but a fantastic effort from St Annes where the boys attacked and defended with such determination and saw the game out to the final whistle and the much-deserved win went to St Annes.

The game had it all great pace, skill, defending, saves and shots, all controlled well by the referee who had no easy task.

Best for Hanover were Daire Byrne, Aaron Burke and Cody Molloy.

Best for St Annes were Jack Julian, Ennae Byrne, Eoin Mulhall, Niall Hickey to name but a few.

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic FC   4,  Bagenalstown AFC  4
Saturday 8 January 2022  Ballymurphy

 
A brilliant game in difficult conditions this morning in Ballymurphy. Bagenalstown took the lead on 5 mins through Kiran Cummins and the town added a second on 20 mins through John Lillis. Bally finally woke up and Jack Joyce got their first goal after 20 mins with a good finish. 1 – 2 at half-time

Into the second half and on 49 mins the Bagenalstown goalie conceded a penalty after fouling Jack Joyce. Jack took the penalty and levelled the game up at 2-2. Bagenalstown got their 3rd after 55 mins through Adam Wall but Eoin Doyle levelled proceedings again 2 mins later at 3-3. Jack Joyce scored his hat-trick and Ballymurphys 4th on 75 mins but Bagenalstown scored a late equaliser in the last minute when Ian Craddock kept his cool. Final score 4-4.

Best for Ballymurphy were Jack Joyce, Noel Jordan and Callum Jordan.

Best for Bagenalstowns Kyle Clarke and Frank Cushen stood out.

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC     1,   St Josephs AFC     1

The home side made a blistering start to this game, with Osker Breen fouled in the box and Daragh Corcoran calmly slotting home the resulting penalty after 10 minutes.  Corcoran did not have the same accuracy late in the half, with his two further attempts before half time.

A late free-kick into the top corner from Jack Keating rewarded a great team effort for Joey`s. Final scoreline 1-1 draw.

Slaney were well served by Cillian Molloy, Oisin Reardon and Connor Dooly.

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC   0,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC  1
Saturday 8 January 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps

Hanover Harps welcomed St Pats to The Plots for the first game of the New Year. The game was an exciting one from start to finish, fantastic soccer was played by both sides. Hanover seemed to apply a lot of pressure but St Pats defence stood strong to keep them at bay. TJ Brennan latched on to a throw-in ball from Peter Lynch and his shot was gathered up by the St Pats keeper. St Pats Mark Buggy made a good run up and unleashed a shot which Conor McDaid saved well. Hanover applied more pressure but shots from TJ Brennan and Axel O Rock could not find the back of the net, which saw the half time score remain at 0-0.

Second half started much the same with both teams applying pressure, some great soccer being played. It took 15 mins into the second half before the deadlock was broken, Mark Buggy’s shot slipped through the hands of the Hanover keeper. Shortly after the restart Timmy got on a ball from a Leon Fitzgerald throw-in and his shot hit the cross bar. The game phased out a bit but both teams never gave up, The final score was a 1-0 win to the visitors St Pats.

Best for Hanover were Gael O Rock, Leon Fitzgerald and TJ Brennan.

Best for St Pats were Mark Buggy, Ryan Gordan and Emily Kelly.

Under 14 League Division 1 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC     0,     Bagenalstown AFC     6,

Saturday 8 January 2022       Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers)

Slaney side had no answers to the over-all strike-force of Bagenalstown despite the best efforts of Rory Doyle, Taylor Ryan and Conor Forde.

For the visitors, Rory O`Brien helped himself to a hat-trick along with Keelan O Sullivan scoring two and Alex Doyle completing their scores. The final score-line was an emphatic 0-6 to the visitors Bagenalstown AFC.

 

Under 14 League Division 1 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   0,  Burrin Celtic AFC  6
Saturday 8 January 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

Burrin Celtic consolidated their position on top of the u14 Div 1 league with an emphatic win in the Superbowl , their 4-0 half time lead was built on early in the second half to finish off any chance of a Vale Wanderers revival and Burrin cruised to victory.  Freddie Gibson and Ed O Byrne with 3 each, Evan Kelliher,Ben Curry, Noah Cullen, Luke Ruddock ,Aaron Kelly and Kyle Connolly with a goal each ,

Best for Burrin were Freddie Gibson, Luke Ruddock and Aaron Kelly.

Best for Vale were Fionn Forde , Radek Brezeniski and Callum Earl.

Under14 League Division two 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic   2,  St Joseph’s AFC  7
Saturday 8 January 2022  Ballymurphy

With a host of players missing for Bally they were well beaten by a strong Joeys team in Ballymurphy this morning. The game was over at the break when Josephs flew into a five nil lead at half time.


Bally played well in the new half and pulled two quick goals back through Noel Jordan scoring a cracking free kick and Toby Joyce winning and scoring a penalty on 56 mins. However, the saints pulled away again and added 2 further goals before the final whistle for a 2-7 win.


Best for Bally were Noel Jordan, Darragh Coleman and Eoin Condren.


It was an excellent team performance from the Saints.

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC   4,  St Anne’s AFC  3
Saturday 8 January 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

On a cold morning in Ballon, both sides were evenly matched and played some good football. Bobby Finn got Burrin off to a flying start 3 minutes into the game with a cool finish into the corner. St Annes responded on the break and made it 1-1. Both sides created numerous chances but the two goalkeepers made some terrific saves. Jack Cantwell scored for Burrin to make it 2-1 after 15 minutes with another great finish. It was a bit back and forth as St Anne’s got their second to make it 2-2 at half time.

St Annes came out in the second half and got the better of Burrin for the first few minutes and went 3-2 up. The game was not short of excitement. After some great pressure from Burrin and some great individual play from the home sides midfield, Tadgh Campbell scored two goals to make it 4-3 to Burrin and seal all three points. A brilliant and clean game from both teams.

Best for Burrin Celtic – Daire Nolan, Colm Donald, Tadgh Campbell and Aiden OBrien.

Best for St Annes Conor Brennan, Will Duffy and Ryan Morgan and goal scorers Myles Nelligan and Ryan Morgan.

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

Parkville United AFC   1,  Baltinglass Town AFC  2
Saturday 8 January 2022  Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)

Baltinglass confirmed their position as league leaders with this win in Hawkins Lane. They started strongly but met fierce resistance from Parkville. Aidan Danker and Cormac Clifford were outstanding in defence and Miley Walker patrolling midfield. The home side then turned on the style with good attacks down the wings by Maria Healey, Tadg Nolan and Molly Haugh. However it was the visitors who scored just before half time through Josh Furlong.

Baltinglass doubled their lead straight after the break, Conor O Toole with a great strike from the edge of the box. Parkville doubled their efforts with great work from Luke Monaghan and Robbie Knight and were rewarded with a goal from Maria Healey. Despite more late pressure they ran out of time and Baltinglass left with 3 precious points.

It was another great team display for the visitors.

Best for Parkville were Kate Byrne, Alex Sunderland and Ryan Lin.

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   4,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC  3
Saturday 8 January 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

A titanic battle in wild conditions in Nurney saw the home side prevail in a 4 3 thriller thanks to a brilliant hat trick from Ben Kelly. The number 9 was a constant thorn in the gallant Pats side. The opening was bright with chances especially for Nurney but they couldn’t convert. Their wasteful shooting was then punished in quick concession by two great breakaway goals by Summer Doorley and Jamie Cooney to leave St Pats up by 2 goals at the break.

The home side played into a strong wind in the second half but Kelly took the first of his goals early on to give them hope. With Liam Murphy and Conor Phelan beginning to boss the game more and Danny Murphy in defence, Nurney began to create more and it wasn’t long before Kelly got his 2nd to equalise. St pats though didn’t lie down and Mikey Hand and the impressive Thomas Lawlor began to get really involved. This pressure saw Marcin Pawlak finish brilliantly to give them the lead again. Not done, Nurney replied soon after with Liam Murphy on target following good work by Tadhg Doyle and Brandon Searson. There were chances at both ends before man of the match Ben Kelly completed his hat trick past the excellent St Pats custodian Liam Moran. A thrilling game and one that both teams can take great heart from going forward. Final score 4-3 win for Nurney Villa

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC   5,  St Joseph’s AFC  4
Saturday 8 January 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover Harps u12s took on a well organised St. Joseph’s in very harsh conditions on the Plots this lunchtime. The game was well contested with much of the early exchanges taking place in a hard-fought midfield battle. The breakthrough came when Shay OGrady broke down the wing and crossed to find Masfie Islam unmarked at the back post. The visitors were on level terms minutes later from a corner scored by Owen Fitzharris. Hanover then grabbed a second with a through ball from Diarmuid Redmond finding Nathainel Jakubiec who finished smartly. St. Joseph’s were again level within minutes with a good run and finish from Sean Reid. Hanover restored their lead through a Redmond free kick finding O Grady who rose highest and nodded home. Hanover began to find some rhythm and the excellent Mael O Rock made it 4-2 going in for half time.

The second half saw Joseph’s get much more joy on the ball and began to apply lots of pressure on a resolute Harps defense. Hanover made it five from a counter attack with Senan Sheehan releasing Andrian Robu who cooly finished. From a free kick, Sean Reid was unmarked and tapped in to bring the visitors to three. The home side were pushed back from this point and eventually conceded a late strike from Owen Fitzharris to make it what would be the final score of 5-4.

Best for Hanover were: Joe McDermot, Masfie Islam, Nathaniel Jukabiec and Diarmuid Redmond.

Best for St. Joseph’s were: Sean Reid and Owen Fitzharris.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   2,  Slaney Rovers AFC  0
Saturday 8 January 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

A very tight affair at lunchtime in a blustery and cold Superbowl today with the home side hoping to build on their first league point of the season v Hanover before the Christmas break and Slaney out for revenge for a close 0-1 loss in the Grading Competition at the start of the season. The first half was very close and while it was end to end, not too many clear chances were created with defences and keepers coming out on top for most of the opening 30 mins.
With 20 mins gone Vale started to get more of a foothold in the game and won three corners in quick succession. Even with the increased pressure from the home side, Ryan Kearney still had to be off his line quickly to deal with two through balls from Slaney. Vale attacked from one of these clearances, winning a corner. A good delivery from Matthew Jordan was touched home by Bill Hayden to give Vale a 1-0 lead at half-time.

The second half saw Vale take more control of the game and in the 42nd minute, Jordan again attacked down the wing, cut inside and his shot-cross found the back of the net to double Vale’s lead. Seven minutes later Vale were awarded a penalty and Shaun Sibanda stepped up to slot the ball home, however the referee had not blown the whistle and ordered a retake, which Sibanda put to the opposite side but the Slaney keeper second guessed him and saved. Sean Foley had a goal bound effort cleared off the line but Slaney had their own chances still and Brendan Byrne produced an excellent goal-denying tackle for Vale to keep the away team scoreless.

A deserved 2-0 win – their first of the season in Div1 – for Vale U12s under the guidance of match-day captain Ryan Cummins and Bill Hayden, Bob Phelan & Matthew Jordan who put in excellent performances.

Best three for Slaney were Kallen McCabe, Ella Corcoran & Peter Lawlor.

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   1,  St Anne’s AFC  1
Saturday 8 January 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)

A cold morning in New Oak saw two evenly matched teams come away with a share of the points. The first real chance of the game came in the 5th minute to Dara Tunstead when his well hit shot from the edge of the 6-yard box was saved well, low down, by the St Annes keeper, this was after some quick passing in New Oaks midfield by Cody Byrne and Calum Quiqley. From the resulting corner Calum Quiqley headed just over. St Annes came into the game causing problems down both wings for New Oak. On 10 minutes the best of these raids ended up with a lovely effort from the St Annes player hitting the side netting of the New Oak goal which was preceded by great wing play from St Annes. The game was to-and-fro until the 22nd minute, St Annes broke the deadlock when 2 players found themselves free in the New Oak penalty area. Mikey McCarty in the New Oak goal made a valiant effort from the first shot which unfortunately deflected off him to land at the feet of Saran Butle who calmly dispatched the ball to the net for 0-1 lead to St Annes. Dara Tunstead got down the left wing for New Oak numerous times before the half ended but the St Annes defence wouldn’t allow the final pass or shot at goal.

In the second half it took a save from the New Oak keeper, Mikey, just after the restart to really get the New Oak lads going. On 35 minutes Gabriel De Sa got down the left wing but sliced his right footed shot wide of the goal. Michael Myk started to make his presence known and was starting to cause St Annes problems down New Oak’s right. His dribbling skills led to a number of corners. Eventually, on 40 minutes, one of his crosses broke to Calum Quiqley outside a packed box and with loads to do Quiqley somehow dribbled past three players before striking it low and hard into the bottom right to make it 1-1.


New Oak we’re having the better of it now and on 51 minutes the St Annes keeper pulled off the save of the day when he somehow got a strong left hand to a well hit Dara Tunstead shot.
Michael Myk continued to try and press for the winner down New Oak’s right, but it was St Annes in the final minutes who put real pressure on the New Oak defence but to no avail as the New Oak defence stood firm. Final score was 1-1.


Great effort by both teams with Gabriel De Sa, Calum Quiqley and Fionn Brophy doing well for New Oak.

While best for St Annes were Jack Brophy, Robert Brennan and Corey Davis.

Goal Scorers :
New Oak : Calum Quiqley
St Annes : Saran Butle

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Parkville United AFC Red   2,  Killeshin AFC  0
Saturday 8 January 2022  Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)

There was a top of the table clash in Hawkins Lane this afternoon, and it did not disappoint!
Parkville got off to a good start with chances coming from Oisin Wall and Paidi Connolly. Killeshin came into it midway through the half with some good chances of their own only for Tymek Plonka in the Parkville goal making some find saves. The breakthrough came in the 15th minute when Paidi Connolly got on the end of a corner from Oisin Wall to give Parkville a 1-0 lead. It was all Parkville after that with chances from Oisin Wall and Max O’Donoghue hitting the woodwork and Paidi Connollys set up by Jordie Coughlan just hit wide. Half-time score 1-0.
The second half started much the same. Some good play between Keelan Bolger and Dara Murphy to set up Oisin Wall again just hitting it wide. Paidi Connolly running the show in the midfield for much of the second half but Killeshin kept attacking and midway through the second half had two great chances, kept out by some unbelievable saves from Bradley Stynes in the Parkville goal and the strong back line of Noel Butler Bobby Cullin and Johnny Kelly. With only minutes left Paidi Connolly picked up the ball in the midfield and put Oisin Wall through for a well taken and much deserved top corner shot for a 2-0 win for Parkville..


A superb team performance from the entire Parkville team.

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC       1,    Ballymurphy Celtic AFC         2,

Saturday 8 January 2022        Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers)

Slaney had the best of the first half but failed to convert their chances to score before half-time.

Shortly after the break Keelan Doyle put the visitors in front. Slaney levelled matters within five minutes, with a fine close-range finish from Garrett Doyle for 1-1. The Bally boys finished the stronger with Noah Fitzpatrick firing home the winner in the last five minutes for a 2-1 victory for them.

Best for Ballymurphy Celtic were Finn Scully, Conor Walsh and John Joyce.

Best for Slaney Rovers were Andrew Tutty, Bobbie Sheridan, Ancor Fernandaz and Rian Nolan.

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   1,  Vale Wanderers AFC  2
Saturday 8 January 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

Played on a heavy, soggy pitch, but in cool sunshine, this was a thrilling and entertaining match played with full commitment from both sides. Vale started strongly, putting some pressure on Nurney’s defence, where Hannah Carroll and Rebecca Bermingham were excellent. Nurney’s midfield got a foothold on the game, with Sarah Murphy and Nikola Deka making some surging runs, which led to a series of corners for Nurney. However, they were unable to take advantage. Vale’s attackers were causing some problems for Nurney’s defence, particularly on the counterattack, with Roisin Collins on the right wing in particular, being a real threat, with her skill, speed, strength and determination. It was from a quick counterattack that Vale opened the scoring, with a lovely ball in behind the Nurney defence releasing Kate Burke who reached the ball ahead of the Nurney goalie, Zara Farrell, to slot into the corner.


Just a couple of minutes into the second half, Vale went two up. Kate Burke won the ball from a goal kick, and from just outside the area struck a terrific shot inside the far post for her second goal of the game. Nurney didn’t allow their heads to drop and came back strongly. Natalia Deka came very close with a well struck effort from just inside the area that flew inches by the post. Some good passing exchanges in Nurney’s midfield led to a goalmouth melee, with Sarah Murphy eventually getting the ball over the line to pull a goal back for Nurney. Nurney continued pushing forward, with Holly Murphy putting in great work and they went close several times with the excellent Ellen Barrett. Vale, however, were very strong in defence, with Lily Maher in particular, putting in a great shift, and they were a constant threat on the break, with Sarah Devine in midfield and Pia Walsh up front impressing. Vale held on to see out the 2-1 win, and well done to both teams for a terrific match.

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC   2,  St Fiacc’s AFC  0
Saturday 8 January 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

Great win for Burrin Celtic U15 girls against a strong St Fiaccs. Both teams played well in the first half.  Burrin girls were under pressure playing against the strong wind, Leah Fitzpatrick and Shannon Greene went on some great runs but Fiaccs back line kept them out it was 0-0 at half time.

Second half started a lot brighter for Burrin girls with another great run from Leah Fitzpatrick scoring the first goal for Burrin. Fiaccs came back into the game but Molly Maher, Ellie Byrne, Sarah Duffy and Peggy Byrne keeping Fiaccs at bay. Fiaccs had a great chance of scoring a goal but Hannah Hutton, the Burrin keeper, made a great save. Sammy Salter, Grace Walker, Leah Mannion and Julia Crawford played some lovely soccer in midfield. Kate Kearns was put on the back line for Burrin and had a fantastic game. Fiaccs started putting on the pressure again with all their girls playing well. Leah Mannion got the ball, beating a few of the Fiaccs players, and went on a great run scoring the second goal for Burrrin. Final score 2-0 win for Burrin Celtic.


Sinead Kirwan, Isabelle Finnegan,Chelsea Murphy and Abby Keppel playing some lovely soccer. Final score 2-0 win for Burrin Celtic.


Overall both teams played an even game of soccer.

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Saturday 8 January 2022
Under 16 League 2021/22
Nurney Villa AFC10Burrin Celtic AFC
Vale Wanderers AFC14St Fiacc’s AFC
St Joseph’s AFC03Hanover Harps AFC
Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22
St Anne’s AFC21Hanover Harps AFC
Ballymurphy Celtic FC44Bagenalstown AFC
Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22
Slaney Rovers AFC11St Joseph’s AFC
Parkville United AFC60Nurney Villa AFC
Under 14 League Division One 2021/22
Hanover Harps AFC01St Patrick’s Boys AFC
Vale Wanderers AFC06Burrin Celtic AFC
Slaney Rovers AFC06Bagenalstown AFC
Under14 League Division two 2021/22
New Oak Boys AFC03Baltinglass Town AFC
St Anne’s AFC33Parkville United AFC
Ballymurphy Celtic27St Joseph’s AFC
Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22
Burrin Celtic AFC43St Anne’s AFC
Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22
St Joseph’s AFC30Killeshin AFC
Parkville United AFC12Baltinglass Town AFC
Nurney Villa AFC43St Patrick’s Boys AFC
Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22
Hanover Harps AFC54St Joseph’s AFC
Vale Wanderers AFC20Slaney Rovers AFC
Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22
New Oak Boys AFC11St Anne’s AFC
Slaney Rovers AFC12Ballymurphy Celtic
Parkville United AFC Red20Killeshin AFC
Under 15 Girls League 2021/22
Nurney Villa AFC12Vale Wanderers AFC
Burrin Celtic AFC20St Fiacc’s AFC

 

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League Tables 08/01/2022
Under 16 League 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
Hanover Harps AFC10100030
St Patrick’s Boys AFC1080224
Burrin Celtic AFC1262420
St Fiacc’s AFC1160518
Killeshin AFC1252517
Ballymurphy Celtic FC1251616
St Joseph’s AFC1231810
Vale Wanderers AFC122379
Nurney Villa AFC111194
Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
St Anne’s AFC971122
Hanover Harps AFC970221
Bagenalstown AFC943215
St Patrick’s Boys AFC931510
Crettyard United AFC82066
Ballymurphy Celtic FC101184
Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
New Oak Boys AFC971122
Vale Wanderers AFC970221
St Joseph’s AFC951316
Slaney Rovers AFC1044216
Parkville United AFC1041513
St Patrick’s Boys AFC92167
Nurney Villa AFC1000100
Under 14 League Division One 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
Burrin Celtic AFC651016
St Patrick’s Boys AFC641113
Hanover Harps AFC52218
Bagenalstown AFC62137
Slaney Rovers AFC71245
Vale Wanderers AFC60151
Under14 League Division two 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
St Joseph’s AFC541013
Parkville United AFC741213
St Anne’s AFC732211
Baltinglass Town AFC52127
Ballymurphy Celtic71336
New Oak Boys AFC71063
Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
Crettyard United AFC541013
Hanover Harps AFC431010
Bagenalstown AFC631210
Burrin Celtic AFC73049
New Oak Boys AFC52127
St Anne’s AFC70070
Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
Baltinglass Town AFC651016
Nurney Villa AFC731310
Parkville United AFC52218
St Patrick’s Boys AFC52127
St Joseph’s AFC61326
Killeshin AFC70252
Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
New Oak Boys AFC650115
Hanover Harps AFC541013
Ballymurphy Celtic43019
Slaney Rovers AFC62046
Parkville United AFC Black51134
Vale Wanderers AFC51134
St Joseph’s AFC50141
Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
Parkville United AFC Red761019
St Anne’s AFC732211
Killeshin AFC52218
Ballymurphy Celtic51134
Slaney Rovers AFC61144
New Oak Boys AFC60333
Under 15 Girls League 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
Burrin Celtic AFC640212
St Fiacc’s AFC531110
Vale Wanderers AFC631210
Nurney Villa AFC50050
u13 Girls league 2021/22
 PWDLPoints
St Fiacc’s AFC22006
Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow11003
New Oak Boys AFC21013
Nurney Villa AFC20020
Burrin Celtic AFC Pink10010

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Fixture Schedule

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Saturday 15 January 2022


Under 16 League 2021/22:
Nurney Villa AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 10am, Referee: Artur Bienko
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Killeshin AFC, 10am, Referee: Keeva Collins
Vale Wanderers AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic FC, 10am, Referee: David Donegan
Burrin Celtic AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Keith Purdy


Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22:
Crettyard United AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 10am, Referee: Joe Byrne
Hanover Harps AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 10am, Referee: Paul Hunston


Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22:
Parkville United AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 10am, Referee: Ken Donegan
Vale Wanderers AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 11.45am, Referee: David Donegan
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 1.15pm, Referee: Keeva Collins


Under 14 League Division One 2021/22:
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 11.45am, Referee: Keeva Collins
Burrin Celtic AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 1pm, Referee: Keith Purdy


Under14 League Division two 2021/22:
Baltinglass Town AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 10am, Referee: Luke Nolan
Parkville United AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 11.15am, Referee: Ken Donegan
Ballymurphy Celtic v St Anne’s AFC, 12.30pm, Referee: Martin Murphy


Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22:
Crettyard United AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Joe Byrne
Hanover Harps AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Paul Hunston


Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22:
Baltinglass Town AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Luke Nolan
Parkville United AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 12.45pm, Referee: Ken Donegan


Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
Ballymurphy Celtic v Hanover Harps AFC, 10am, Referee: Martin Murphy
New Oak Boys AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 10am, Referee: Pat Moran
Vale Wanderers AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 1.15pm, Referee: David Donegan

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22:
Ballymurphy Celtic v Killeshin AFC, 11.15am, Referee: Martin Murphy
New Oak Boys AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 11.15am, Referee: Pat Moran


u13 Girls league 2021/22:
Nurney Villa AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 11.45am, Referee: Artur Bienko
Burrin Celtic AFC Pink v Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow, 2.30pm, Referee: Keith Purdy


U10 Non Competitive:
Burrin Celtic AFC v Hanover Harps AFC Green, 10am
Slaney Rovers AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 11am
Hanover Harps AFC v Killeshin AFC, 11am
Bagenalstown AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 11am
New Oak Boys AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 12.45pm
Crettyard United AFC v Parkville United AFC, 1pm


U8 Non Competitive:
Killeshin AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 11am
Slaney Rovers AFC-2 v Ballymurphy Celtic, 12.30pm
Hanover Harps AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 12.30pm
Bagenalstown AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 12.30pm
Crettyard United AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 2pm
New Oak Boys AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 2pm

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