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Under 16 League 2021/22

St Patrick’s Boys AFC   6,  Killeshin AFC  0
Saturday 15 January 2022  The Meadows Graiguecullen (St Pats Boys)

A cold morning in the meadows hosted an exciting game of football. St. Pat’s started off well with Oisin Daly scoring in the first minute. Killeshin were stunned but recomposed themselves until the 20-minute mark when Oisin Daly got his second after a goal line scramble. Two further goals were ruled off-side before the end of an eventful half.
Half time 2-0

15 minutes into the second half Sean Murphy was played through on goal and finished it nicely into the corner. Soon after Sean Walsh curled the ball into the top corner from 30 yards out to make it 4-0. It was a world class goal and one which no goalkeeper would ever be able to save. After 30 minutes Eric Reynez smashed the ball into the roof of the net to make it 5-0. Ruarc Murray added another goal after 37 minutes to finish off a great win for St.Pats

Killeshin had a great team effort and were unlucky not to get a goal.

For St. Patrick’s Boys AFC it was an exceptional performance from all 17 players.

Man of the match – Oisin Daly

Under 16 League 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   4,  Ballymurphy Celtic FC  2
Saturday 15 January 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

Even though both teams were missing players, the game was still very competitive. Vale started very strong with Alfie Barcoe finishing a great team move after a minute. The rest of the first half was very even.

Vale started the second half again on the front foot with Keelan Byrne scoring his first goal with a neat finish from a corner. Ballymurphy then got a foothold in the game and pushed forward with Lachlann Smith finishing very well. This woke Vale up again and Keelan Byrne notching his hattrick. The best goal of the game was yet to come from Jack Kelly of Ballymurphy. The ball fell on the edge of the Vale box and Kelly drilled the ball into the top corner. Final score Vale Wanderers 4 – 2 Ballymurphy

Best for Vale were Cathal Moriarty, Jamie Brennan and Matt Burke.

Best for Ballymurphy  were TJ Caulfield and Darragh Coleman.

Under 16 League 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC      0,   Hanover Harps       5

Saturday 15 January 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

Burrin Celtic knew it was going to be a tough game today against top of the table Hanover Harps. The first half started off well with both teams playing great soccer, Burrin defending well and some brilliant saves by Burrin’s goalie Dylan Cunningham. Hanover’s 1st goal scored by Roland Sanni came just 15 minutes into the game. Not long after Jamie Walker scored Hanover’s 2nd goal. Burrin Celtic players didn’t lose faith and fought back hard, but couldn’t get past a strong Hanover defence. Halftime score 0-2 to Hanover Harps.

Just a few minutes into the second-half  Hanover’s 3rd goal came from Joel Abu. Burrin’s Aaron Dowling played a great ball into Ruslans Mendeves who made a great effort but the ball just went wide of the goal post. A penalty was awarded to Burrin, and was taken by David McHugh to get Burrin’s 1st goal. Hanover attacked again but were denied by a great save from Burrin’s goalie.

Soon after Hanover’s Daire Dooley scored Hanover’s 4th goal and then Jamilio Salvador got their 5th goal. Burrin made another attempt to score but were denied. Overall a brilliant game of soccer and Burrin Celtic players worked hard despite the score line they played a great game.

Best for Burrin Celtic:  Dylan Cunningham, Dylan O’Reilly and Frankie Fitzgerald.

Best for Hanover: Jack O’Brien and Jamie Walker.

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22

Crettyard United AFC   2,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC  2
Saturday 15 January 2022  Crettyard Utd

Both teams started well with Crettyard hitting the post twice and a goal disallowed for offside. But it was Pats who went ahead with a goal from Connor Buggy. Pats keeper made another fine save to deny Blake Rice and it was 1-0 to St Pats at the break.

In the second half it was very even, Ruari Mc Evoy slotted past the Crettyard keeper. But straight away Crettyard pulled one back with a great strike from Killen Gorman. That gave Crettyard the momentum and a great through ball from Bobby Rowan to Patrick Fox and he made no mistake to make it 2-2. Both sides had a couple more chances each but that’s the way it finished.

Best for Pats were Eoin White, Corey Purcell and Conor Buggy.

Best for Crettyard were Jack Doyle, Niall Kealy,  Bobby Rowan and Blake Rice.

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

St Patrick’s Boys AFC   1,  New Oak Boys AFC  3
Saturday 15 January 2022  The Meadows Graiguecullen (St Pats Boys)

New Oak took an early lead through Kasper Zarzycui. Pats levelled shortly after through a free kick from Filip Nykiel. New oak scored again before half time through Lorcan Birmingham. Kasper Zarzycui  and Lorcan Birmingham added two more goals in the second half to secure a 4-1 win for New Oak Boys.

Best for St Pats were Danny Keegan, Josh Timmions,  Warith Oyeniyi.

Best for New Oak were Neall Brennan, Brian Santos, Bobby Jordan. 

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22

St Patrick’s Boys AFC   4,  Slaney Rovers AFC  0
Saturday 15 January 2022  The Meadows Graiguecullen (St Pats Boys)

It was a beautiful day for football down in The Meadows today and both teams did’nt disappoint the small crowd at the game with some entertaining football. It took a while for the deadlock to be broken in the first half and it came from the boot of Mark Buggy from the penalty spot after he was brought down. HT scoreline 1-0

Second half was all Pat’s and it didn’t take long for Buggy to add a second and then very quickly a third to claim his hat-trick. Pat’s dominated the game after that and were rewarded with an exceptional fourth, and goal of the game, from the boot of Shane Gurhy, who ran the second half.

Best for Pat’s were Shane Gurhy, Mark Buggy and Matias Chamon.

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC   4,  Hanover Harps AFC  0
Saturday 15 January 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

A chilly morning at the Valley in Ballon saw Burrin Celtic AFC welcome Hanover Harps AFC as visitors. Burrin Celtic started quickly and Edward O’Byrne opened the scoring on 4 minutes. There was very little between the teams when Kyle Maloney scored from a cleared ball 30 meters out. The rest of the first half was very close and it remained 2-0 at the break.

Hanover Harps started the second half looking very sharp and it was a very closely contested match. Edward O’Byrne scored again 3 minutes into the half. Both teams had chances and made changes into the half and with 10 minutes remaining Edward O’Byrne completed the hat trick with a well-placed header from a corner. Despite the final score it was a very tight match in which both teams fought hard for every ball.

Best for Burrin Celtic AFC today were Edward O’Byrne, Noah Cullen and Luke Ruddock.

Best for Hanover Harps AFC were Gael O’Rock, Axel O’ Rock and Leon Fitzgerald.

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

Parkville United AFC   2,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC  2
Saturday 15 January 2022  Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)

A very enjoyable match in Hawkins Lane today with a draw a fair result in the end. The home side started the brightest with Maria Healey and Adrian Plonka being denied by good goalkeeping and solid defending from St Pats. The visitors grew into the game and made the breakthrough thanks to a great strike from no 10 Arsene. It was all St Pats from then until the break and they doubled their lead, again Arsene on the mark.

Parkville regrouped at the break and came out flying in the second half creating several chances but not able to convert. The pressure finally paid off though half-way through the half when Maria Healey finished off a good move from Adrian Plonka.  With time running out Parkville levelled matters thanks to Adrian Plonka.  Both sides had chances to win but both keepers were on form with Luke Denton making a fine late save for the Tullow side.

Best for St Pats were Thomas Lawlor, Marcin Plaka, Summer Doorley and Darragh McDarby. 

Best for Parkville were Angie May Doran, Adrian Plonka, Luke Monaghan and Tadg Nolan.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   6,  Slaney Rovers AFC  0
Saturday 15 January 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)

On a fresh winter’s morning in New Oak, table toppers New Oak took on Slaney Rovers in the Div 1. New Oak dominated from first whistle in this contest and led 2-0 by half time, thanks to goals from Keelan Brennan and Ruairi Delaney, before going to score a further 4 goals in the 2nd half without reply.

New Oak were unlucky with score at 0-0 when a Cormac Lowry shot came off the post. But on 4mins, Keelan struck his and New Oaks first with a lovely strike from edge of the box. New Oak kept knocking on the door but Slaney were proving dogged in defence, but on 13mins, Ruairi Delaney got his much deserved goal to make it 2-0 and that’s how it stayed until half time. 5

The second half started again with New Oak pushing forward with wave after wave of attacks and 6mins in, Kian Hutton played in Keelan Brennan for his and New Oaks 3rd. Kealan’s hatrick was complete only 2mins later when Jamie McCormack put in a delightful cross from the right for Keelan to tap home. Cormac Lowry made it 5 nil 6mins later when the ball deflected out to him on edge of the box where he struck right footed to bottom left hand corner, giving Slaney keeper no chance.

Keelan turned provider 5mins later when he crossed into the box from the right for Oisin Rice to score his first and New Oaks 6th of the morning. Slaney Keeper pulled off a great save late on to deny Keelan Brennan and that’s how it finished, 6-0 to New Oak, who remain top of the table.

Slaney had great performances from their goalkeeper, Adam Curry, Peter Lawlor and Rory Cullen.

While New Oaks Kayden Dargan, Daniel Custerson and Conor Dooley were impressive.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic   2,  Hanover Harps AFC  1
Saturday 15 January 2022  Ballymurphy

Ballymurphy edged this tight but excellent game of football this morning under the Blackstairs. Both teams started well and it took 15 mins for the first shot in anger when Keane Murphy just shot over from 20 yards, Ballymurphy piled on the pressure thereafter and got their reward when Dean Foley’s shot was parried by the New Oak keeper and Oisin Fogarty was on hand to slide home the rebound.

Bally should have made it two nil on 24mins but Shane Jordan’s free kick was brilliantly saved again. Hanover finally got into the game and scored with their first attack just before the break when a lapse in the Bally defence saw Diarmuid Redmond set up Shay O Grady for the equaliser. HT 1-1

The second half started cagey again from both sides but it was Ballymurphy who took a foothold and bombarded the Hanover goal forcing numerous corners and free kicks before finally an Oisin Fogarty corner was turned home by James Flood with ten minutes to go. After that Ballymurphy sat back and tried to hold their lead and with two minutes to go a break from Hanover was halted on the edge of the box. From the resulting free kick Ballymurphy goal keeper made an outstanding save to secure all three points to the home side..An excellent game of football all round with two very evenly matched teams.

Best for Ballymurphy were Dean Foley, Oisin Fogarty and Dylan King.

It was an all-round team performance from Harps with every player giving their all.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   1,  St Joseph’s AFC  0
Saturday 15 January 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

A solitary goal, scored by Brendan Byrne in the 41st minute, proved decisive in this very close match. While there was no lack of effort displayed by either side, the two teams nullified each other in a battling first half which saw Vale with the majority of possession but without producing a clear goal chance.

Defences were stubborn and strong and the Vale defence of Callum Byrne, Zach Dermody, James Aughney and match-day Captain Joshua Walsh stood firm to anything that Joseph’s threatened with. With more and more of the game being played in the middle third, and the game deadlocked 0-0 at half time, Vale made a few changes that gave them a bit more energy in their play.

Conor McDonald came on to lead the line and chased every ball that was played forward, closing down Joseph’s defence as they tried to play out. It was as a result of some excellent pressing in midfield that Brendan Byrne’s winning goal was created.

A couple of challenges to a Joseph’s kick-out saw the ball break into midfield and Byrne, who never shirks a 50/50 won the ball, knocked it into the space ahead of himself and then beat the retreating Joseph’s defence to finish superbly and give Vale the lead.

It looked like it was doubled minutes later, as Reece Walker finished off a move but the goal was disallowed for offside. Walker almost grabbed a goal again shortly after when, having been taken down as he dribbled through, he got up to strike the freekick off the crossbar with a magnificent effort.

We entered the final stages and with legs tiring, it became a little more end to end again. Odhran Noctor, Shaun Sibanda and Josh Dermody continued to cover the pitch with Sibanda forcing a save from Joseph’s keeper. The expected presssure came from Joseph’s who won successive corners, Walsh making a fantastic block that sent the ball over the crossbar and Vale took the 3 points and go three games unbeaten.

Best for Vale were Brendan Byrne, Callum Byrne, Odhran Noctor and Joshua Walsh.

Excellent performances from a well-drilled St. Joseph’s were given by Sean McNally, Dan Keogh, Alex Reid and Rian Nolan.


Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   3,  Slaney Rovers AFC  0
Saturday 15 January 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)

New Oak and Slaney played out a really entertaining match on the Burrin Road in very mild conditions. New Oak started very well with numerous shots in the first 10 minutes, most notably from Dara Tunstead, Evan Glynn & Michael Myk, all stemming from some good midfield play by New Oak players Cody Byrne and William Fennell.

The Slaney defence was tested time & time again but was well marshalled by the excellent Kirsten Doyle. New Oak had numerous corners in the final 10 minutes of the first half with Luana Whelan causing big problems down Slaney’s left. The Slaney keeper was in fine form saving brilliantly from Joshua Crosby while also keeping out efforts from Luana & Gabriel De Sa. New Oak simply couldn’t break the deadlock, and the first half finished scoreless.

The second half started the same as the first had ended, with New Oak pressing hard for the opener and on 32 minutes Dara Tunstead’s dribble bounced up off a Slaney player to Calum Quiqley, and with his back to goal Quiqley hit a fantastic first time over head shot into the far right top corner of the Slaney goal to make it 1-0 to the home side.

Because of great defending by Bryan-Lee Murphy, Phoenix Lawlor and Mikey McCarty New Oak were able to keep the pressure on. A number of shots from Tunstead, Whelan, Quiqley and De Sa had Slaney scrambling to keep themselves in the game.

New Oak got a penalty on 37 minutes but the otherwise brilliant Cody Byrne sent his spot kick just wide. Slaney rallied and made headway up the pitch but it was short lived because on 47 minutes Evan Glynn broke up play in midfield and sent Michael Myk in on goal and he despatched his shot low and hard to the keepers right to make the score 2-0.

Then on 49 minutes Myk doubled his tally and made it 3-0 to New Oak when he took a ball from Tunstead and drilled it bottom left of the keeper.

New Oak kept the pressure on right to the final whistle but couldn’t add any more goals and the game ended 3-0 to New Oak Boys.

All New Oak players played extremely well in a well-deserved win.

Best for Slaney were Kirsten Doyle, Andrew Tutty and Robbie Bowe.

New Oak Goalscorers: Goal scorers : Michael Myk & Calum Quiqley

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic   1,  Killeshin AFC  4
Saturday 15 January 2022  Ballymurphy

A very harsh scoreline on the home side who were well in this game until the final ten minutes. Bally had the first chance when a Noah Fitzpatrick free kick was nearly turned home by James Scallan on ten mins. Killeshin then made it 0-1 on 14 mins and followed up with a second on 23 mins. Ballymurphy pulled one back just before the break when Noah Fitzpatrick was fouled in the box and rifled home the resulting penalty from the spot. HT 1-2

Into the second half which Ballymurphy dominated for long period but just couldn’t score. Faye Doyle was denied with a goal line clearance while Conor Walsh’s shot was blocked with a last gasp tackle on 52 mins. Then on 56 Killeshin caught them on the break and made it 1-3 and then added a fourth for a 1-4 win with the last kick of the game.

Best for Bally were Joshua Salway, Sean Dalton and John Joyce.

For Killeshin Fiach Gaffney, Mylo Doran and Oisin Wall stood out.

u13 Girls league 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   1,  St Fiacc’s AFC  5
Saturday 15 January 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

An entertaining game in Nurney saw the visitors come away with a result that does not reflect the hard work that the home side put in defensively all game, but certainly no one can take away from the dominance of the young St Fiaccs ladies throughout the hour.

The visitors started brightly and peppered the Nurney goal with shots following long periods of possession. Zara Farrell was simply magnificent in the home sides goal and she saved multiple shots throughout the game that would do justice to any league or division.

But with all this pressure, St Fiaccs found the net twice in the half from Ally O Connor and debutant Lilly Monaghan. They seemed to be cruising but a wonderful surging run from Nurney’s impressive Natalia Decka saw her finish past an advancing goalkeeper to leave it 1-2 in favour of St Fiaccs at half time.

This seemed to bring a new determination to the visitors but a resolute home defence lead by Hannah Carroll and Holly Murphy held out waves of attacks. Nurney lived on a few break-away chances and Gemma Fleming did well to link up with Eimear Craddock and Ella Kearney to create half a chance for them but the goals came for Fiaccs as the pressure told. O’Connor got her second and this was added to by Kathlin Moran and Nicole Osborne to leave the score 1-5 to the visitors at full time.

Hanna Kerfah aside from those already mentioned was excellent for the visitors.

u13 Girls league 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC Pink   2,  Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow  0
Saturday 15 January 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

Burrin Celtic Pink 2-0 Burrin Celtic Yellow

Burrin Celtic’s U13 girls teams had to put friendships aside for an hour as they both went in search of a league win at The Valley. The first half was a closely fought contest with both defences well on top.

The pink team’s back three of Aoife Bergin, Katie Hourihane and Isabelle Finnegan were more and more comfortable as the half progressed, making it difficult for their opposition to get any clear chances. Likewise, Kate Kearns and Caoimhe Dempsey seemed unbeatable at the centre of the yellow team’s defence.

The quality of passing in midfield and attacking play by both sides was excellent, giving both defences plenty to do, but there was no way through to goal. The best chance of the half fell to Eimear Bolger close to half time, but her shot hit the bottom of the post and when the rebound fell to Sophia Slattery, her shot was well saved by Abby Keppel in goal. It was 0-0 at half time.

Early in the second half Bonnie Brennan and Kate Gorman had chances to put the yellow team in front only to find their shots saved by Charlotte Lalor who was having a solid game between the posts for the pink team.

The game looked destined for a draw when the pink team won a free kick on the edge of the box with 10 minutes remaining. An in-swinging ball fell to the feet of Lucy Malone who reacted well and made no mistake with her finish.

Minutes later the pink team were on the attack again and Isabelle Finnegan’s second shot from close range was unstoppable, after her first was superbly saved by Caoimhe Dempsey.

The yellow team had plenty of possession in the latter stages but couldn’t find a way back into the game and the pink team held out for a 2-0 win. In reality, friendships between the girls was evident throughout, and this most sporting game was enjoyed by all present on and off the pitch.

League Results 15/01/2022
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Saturday 15 January 2022
Under 16 League 2021/22
St Patrick’s Boys AFC60Killeshin AFC
Nurney Villa AFC15St Fiacc’s AFC
Vale Wanderers AFC42Ballymurphy Celtic FC
Burrin Celtic AFC15Hanover Harps AFC
Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22
Crettyard United AFC22St Patrick’s Boys AFC
Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22
Parkville United AFC11St Joseph’s AFC
St Patrick’s Boys AFC13New Oak Boys AFC
Under 14 League Division One 2021/22
St Patrick’s Boys AFC40Slaney Rovers AFC
Burrin Celtic AFC40Hanover Harps AFC
Under14 League Division two 2021/22
Baltinglass Town AFC03St Joseph’s AFC
Parkville United AFC61New Oak Boys AFC
Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22
Hanover Harps AFC22Bagenalstown AFC
Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22
Baltinglass Town AFC63St Joseph’s AFC
Parkville United AFC22St Patrick’s Boys AFC
Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22
New Oak Boys AFC60Slaney Rovers AFC
Ballymurphy Celtic21Hanover Harps AFC
Vale Wanderers AFC10St Joseph’s AFC
Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22
New Oak Boys AFC30Slaney Rovers AFC
Ballymurphy Celtic14Killeshin AFC
u13 Girls league 2021/22
Nurney Villa AFC15St Fiacc’s AFC
Burrin Celtic AFC Pink20Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow

League Tables 25/01/2022
Under 16 League 2021/22
Hanover Harps AFC11110033
St Patrick’s Boys AFC1190227
St Fiacc’s AFC1270521
Burrin Celtic AFC1362520
Killeshin AFC1352617
Ballymurphy Celtic FC1351716
Vale Wanderers AFC1333712
St Joseph’s AFC1231810
Nurney Villa AFC1211104
Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22
St Anne’s AFC971122
Hanover Harps AFC970221
Bagenalstown AFC943215
St Patrick’s Boys AFC1032511
Crettyard United AFC92167
Ballymurphy Celtic FC101184
Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22
New Oak Boys AFC1081125
Vale Wanderers AFC970221
St Joseph’s AFC1052317
Slaney Rovers AFC1044216
Parkville United AFC1142514
St Patrick’s Boys AFC102177
Nurney Villa AFC1000100
Under 14 League Division One 2021/22
Burrin Celtic AFC761019
St Patrick’s Boys AFC751116
Hanover Harps AFC62228
Bagenalstown AFC62137
Slaney Rovers AFC81255
Vale Wanderers AFC60151
Under14 League Division two 2021/22
St Joseph’s AFC651016
Parkville United AFC851216
St Anne’s AFC732211
Baltinglass Town AFC62137
Ballymurphy Celtic71336
New Oak Boys AFC81073
Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22
Crettyard United AFC541013
Hanover Harps AFC532011
Bagenalstown AFC732211
Burrin Celtic AFC73049
New Oak Boys AFC52127
St Anne’s AFC70070
Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22
Baltinglass Town AFC761019
Nurney Villa AFC731310
Parkville United AFC62319
St Patrick’s Boys AFC62228
St Joseph’s AFC71336
Killeshin AFC70252
Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22
New Oak Boys AFC760118
Hanover Harps AFC641113
Ballymurphy Celtic540112
Vale Wanderers AFC62137
Slaney Rovers AFC72056
Parkville United AFC Black51134
St Joseph’s AFC60151
Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22
Parkville United AFC Red761019
Killeshin AFC632111
St Anne’s AFC732211
New Oak Boys AFC71336
Ballymurphy Celtic61144
Slaney Rovers AFC71154
Under 15 Girls League 2021/22
Burrin Celtic AFC640212
St Fiacc’s AFC531110
Vale Wanderers AFC631210
Nurney Villa AFC50050
u13 Girls league 2021/22
St Fiacc’s AFC33009
New Oak Boys AFC21013
Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow21013
Burrin Celtic AFC Pink21013
Nurney Villa AFC30030


Fixture Schedule 22/01/2022

Saturday 22 January 2022

Under 16 League 2021/22:
Ballymurphy Celtic FC v Burrin Celtic AFC, , Referee: Joe Byrne
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, , Referee: Keeva Collins
St Joseph’s AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, , Referee: Luke Nolan
Nurney Villa AFC v Killeshin AFC, , Referee: Martin Murphy

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22:
Bagenalstown AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic FC, , Referee: Keith Purdy
Crettyard United AFC v St Anne’s AFC, , Referee: Pat Moran

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22:
New Oak Boys AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, , Referee: Kieran Collins
Vale Wanderers AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, , Referee: David Donegan
St Joseph’s AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, , Referee: Luke Nolan

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22:
Bagenalstown AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, , Referee: Keith Purdy
Hanover Harps AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, , Referee: Paul Hunston
Burrin Celtic AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, , Referee: Ken Donegan

Under14 League Division two 2021/22:
Ballymurphy Celtic v New Oak Boys AFC, , Referee: Joe Byrne
St Joseph’s AFC v Parkville United AFC, , Referee: Luke Nolan

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22:
Burrin Celtic AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, , Referee: Ken Donegan
New Oak Boys AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, , Referee: Kieran Collins
Crettyard United AFC v St Anne’s AFC, , Referee: Pat Moran

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22:
Killeshin AFC v Parkville United AFC, , Referee: Artur Bienko
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Baltinglass Town AFC, , Referee: Keeva Collins
Nurney Villa AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, , Referee: Martin Murphy

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
Hanover Harps AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, , Referee: Paul Hunston
Vale Wanderers AFC v Parkville United AFC Black, , Referee: David Donegan

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22:
Ballymurphy Celtic v Slaney Rovers AFC, , Referee: Joe Byrne
Parkville United AFC Red v New Oak Boys AFC, , Referee: Ken Donegan
Killeshin AFC v St Anne’s AFC, , Referee: Artur Bienko

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22:
Vale Wanderers AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, , Referee: David Donegan

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