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Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

St Fiacc’s AFC   6,  Nurney Villa AFC  4
Tuesday 29 March 2022  St Patricks College via George bernard shaw

Nurney started fast without creating any real chances. Nadine O Reilly had the first chance after 15 mins but her shot went wide. After a Nurney free kick on 20 mins Fiaccs  broke and Leah Cummins Nelson beat the Nurney keeper to the ball and found Ashlee Smith who passed the ball into an empty net. Five mins later Ashlee picked up the ball just inside Nurneys half and after taking on the Nurney defence scored a superb solo goal. Nurney then got themselves back into the game through Mai Craddock.

Two mins before halftime Ashlee Smith completed her hattrick and right on halftime Mia Branagan scored Fiaccs 4th when she lobbed the Nurney keeper. Halftime 4 1

Nurney fought back with a goal straight after half time from Sarah Murphy but not to be outdone Nadine O Reilly got a deserved goal for her efforts 15 mins later after more great work from Ashlee Smith. With 15 minutes left Kerri McDonald produced a great save to give Nurney a corner.

From this St Fiaccs broke and Ashlee Smith scored a superb goal straight from the training pitch after some great passing between Leah Cummins Nelson, Ali O Connor and Mia Branagan. Again Nurney fought back and got 2 more goals from Natalia Deka to give St Fiaccs a nervy few minutes but they held on well. Final score 6-4 win for St Fiaccs.


Best for St Fiaccs were Ali O Connor, Nadine O Reilly and player of the match Ashlee Smith

While for Nurney Eve Kearney and Kelly Tobin stood out.

Under 16 Cup 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic   2,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC  5
Tuesday 29 March 2022  Ballymurphy

It was a glorious evening for football in Ballymurphy where the Bally boys hosted a very strong St Pats outfit. Pats stormed into the lead on 15 mins with a well taken goal before Bally equalised shortly after through TJ Caulfield to leave the sides level 1-1. Pats regained the lead on 25 mins again with a well worked move giving Sean Treacy in the goal no chance. Ballymurphy equalised just before the break again through TJ Caulfield to tie up the game at HT 2-2.


Into the second half and as Bally pushed for the winner Pats struck two quick fire goals on the break to kill off the game on 50 and 55 mins. A late, late goal made it 5-2 for Pats and a score that looked very harsh on a gallant Bally side who finish the campaign with credit. Final score Ballymurphy Celtic 2 StPatrick’s Boys 5.


St Pats were very strong all over the field.

While best for Bally were Mark Dundon, Jack Kelly and Joey Dalton

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC   2,  Vale Wanderers AFC  1
Wednesday 30 March 2022  Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers

Slaney opened the scoring early, when Daragh Corcoran timed his run to perfection in behind the Vale defence to gather an in-swinging cross from Brynn Nolan on the left wing and rifle home on 7 minutes. Any response from the visitors was snuffed out in the midfield area, where Oisin Reardon reigned supreme to leave it 1 – 0 at half time.

After the break, the home side doubled their advantage, following an excellent pass from Joseph Gibbons, which found Daragh Corcoran in space as he slotted home from close range for 2 – 0. The visitors were denied an instant response, when a long-range effort rebounded to safety off the crossbar but they did find the back of Slaney’s net with ten minutes remaining, after Ciaran Nolan blasted home from six yards, to reduce the arrears and reward the efforts of David Kennedy, Aidan Nolan and Mark Stanley. Final score 2-1 win for Slaney Rovers.

Slaney were well served by Brynn Nolan, Bryce Gardiner, Oisin Reardon and Sean Barrett.

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

St Patrick’s Boys AFC   4,  Parkville United AFC  2
Wednesday 30 March 2022  The Meadows Graiguecullen (St Pats Boys)

Parkville travelled from Tullow to The Meadows tonight to keep the momentum after their 1-0 victory on Saturday but they were met with a resilient St Pats team who powered in 3 goals in the first half one from an in -form Jamie Deane then two in succession from Jamie Cooney the man of the match who in recent games has shown to be clinical in front of goal. Parkville responded with two goals from Adrian Plonka and Robbie Knight. While Noah Keogh and Ryan Lynn had good games it was Cormac Clifford who kept the Tullow side together until Marcin Palak emptied the tank with a super goal with 10 minutes to go. Final score 4-2 for St Pats.

Best for the home side: Liam Moran and captain Thomas Lawler, with both Deane brothers Jamie and Brandon, Ryan Doody, Ronan Frazer, Fionn McGrath, Jonah Brennan, Lyon Doyle Kasper Kowzinsky Summer Doorley  and Cathal Farrell all played a huge part in the tremendous victory.

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   2,  Crettyard United AFC  4
Thursday 31 March 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)

On a chilly evening on the Burren Road we saw a clash between the second and third place teams in the U13 League. New Oak started brightly with some slick passing especially through midfield from Cian Hyland. However, Crettyard always looked dangerous on the break with Michael Brennan a real threat. New Oak broke the deadlock after great work by Tobias Stobra on the left wing and he crossed the ball to the back post where Leigh Slattery was waiting to smash it hom for 1-0.

Crettyard went on the offensive and pushed forward and eventually got some luck when a low cross somehow found its way underneath the in-form Cathal Kennedy to level the score at 1-1. Crettyard kept the pressure on and soon after got their reward when another ball into the box deflected off a New Oak defender into the back of the net for 1-2.
Crettyard were full of confidence now and kept the pressure on New Oak and just before half time the ball fell nicely for Crettyard’s Cian O’Sullivan who smashed the ball to the top corner, unstoppable. A great strike. 1-3 at half-time to the visitors.


The second half saw New Oak come out fighting and pushed forward at every opportunity, Adonai Ngenkam had some great hold up play and played some neat passes for Kyle Kinsella who went close on a couple of occasions. Crettyard grabbed a fourth after a free-kick was played in low and once again met by a perfectly timed run by Cian O’Sullivan.

New Oak pushed looking for something to get them back into the game and it came from Kalem Geoghegan’s speculative effort from distance which caught Crettyard keeper Mark Dowling off guard and bounced into the top corner for 2-4. Crettyard held out at the back with an impressive display from Fionnan Brennan. New Oak played until the final whistle but couldn’t find those elusive goals and Crettyard took the points.


Best for New Oak, Cian Hyalnd, Leigh Slattery and Adonai Ngenkam.


Best for Crettyard Fionnan Brennan, Cian O’Sullivan and Michael Brennan

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Bagenalstown AFC   1,  Hanover Harps AFC  5
Thursday 31 March 2022  McGrath Park Bagenalstown


Hanover got off to a flying start and were 1 up inside the first minute, their quick start continued as they quickly added a second goal,  Bagenalstown worked their way in to the game and were rewarded when Jack Monaghan curled a brilliant free kick in to the top corner, leaving the score at 2-1 at half time.

The second half started with both teams battling very hard and it was Hanover who got the breakthrough goal to go 3-1 ahead, they went on to add two more good finishes with the score ending 5-1 to the visitors, crowning themselves league champions.

Goalscorers for Hanover were Alex Broderick, Timmy Adeleye and Antio Esposito.

Best for the home team were Jack Monaghan, David Roche and Eoin Monaghan

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic   7,  St Joseph’s AFC  0
Thursday 31 March 2022  Ballymurphy

A comprehensive performance for the inform Bally side who now haven’t conceded in four games and move up to second in the race for the title. Keane Murphy started proceedings on 10 mins with a great volley. James Flood then fired a 10-minute hat trick on 12, 15 and 20 before Charlie Foley and two goals from Shane Jordan made it 7-0 at the break.

After a slow start to the second half Bally regained control again and ran out very comfortable winners.


Best for the Joeys were Dan Keogh, Sean Reid and the excellent Niall Fennelly in the goal.


For Bally apart from the goalscorers, Joe Walsh, Oisin Fogarty and Dylan King stood out.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   0,  New Oak Boys AFC  5
Thursday 31 March 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

A determined New Oak arrived in The Superbowl and deservedly left with all three points.
The opening was an evenly matched midfield battle but New Oak struck first on 16 mins and were 0-3 up at the break.

The second half was a similar story with the away team on top and Vale struggling to string passes together or create a clear opening. A Joshua Walsh free kick was almost steered home and Matthew Jordan went on a mazy run which produced a brave save down low from the New Oak keeper. But the score was 0-5 at that stage and the result had realistically been decided in the 1st half.

Goalscorers for New Oak were Cormac Lowry, Keelan Brennan, Jamie McCormack and Fiach Donnelly

Best for Vale were Sean Foley, Alan Lawlor, Joshua Walsh and Shaun Sibanda.

Best performances from Kayden Dargan, Kian Hutton and Ruairi Delaney for New Oak in a dominant performance.

U13 Girls league 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow   4,  New Oak Boys AFC  0
Thursday 31 March 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

A cold Thursday evening in Ballon saw an entertaining game played in good spirits between both sides. Burrin Celtic started strong and a Lucy Kinsella goal rewarded their hard work. More pressure applied to the New Oak goal and Erin Walker slotted the ball home to make it 2-0 to the home side at half time.


The second half followed the same pattern with the home side applying more pressure to the goal and Erin Walker grabbed her second of the match to make it 3-0. After a corner for Burrin Celtic the ball fell to Una McFarland who took a long range shot from the edge of the box and scored the goal of the game .Full-time 0-4 for Burrin Celtic.


Along with the goal scorers there were impressive displays for Burrin Celtic from Chloe Cunningham, Cailleigh Keppel and Holly Landers.


Anna Gurhy and Cara Shields shone at the back for New Oak and fought bravely to keep their team in the game.

u13 Girls league 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC Pink   0,  St Fiacc’s AFC  7
Thursday 31 March 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

With a late kick-off at the Valley, temperatures were near freezing. Both sides started well, with great defending from the Burrin Celtic girls. It took St Fiacc’s 18 min to take the lead, and then followed this with two more for half time 0-3 lead.


The second half got under the way with Burrin trying hard to score, but it wasn’t to be their day. With St Fiaccs giving a great team display and adding more goals to their tally and finished the game as deserving winners.

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Best for Burrin Celtic were Aoife Bergin, Ella McDonald, and Ciara Lalor.

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC   1,  Parkville United AFC  0
Saturday 2 April 2022  McArdle Cross Tinryland (St Josephs)

Entertaining game between two teams that were neck & neck on points on the league table. Both teams played great football. It was Joeys that put the pressure on in the 7th min, to lob the ball in to Parkvilles net by Joeys player Kevin McGinn.  Both teams then played great football for the entire 1st half, which finished 1-0

Both teams went out into the 2nd half and kept each other at bay! Both teams had great opportunities, but the goalies kept them at bay. Joeys came out with the points at the end of the game. 

Goal scorer for Joeys was Kevin McGinn

Both teams played excellent football & every player deserves recognition.  Well done lads.

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   1,  Vale Wanderers AFC  5
Saturday 2 April 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

The game started in very wintery conditions in Nurney on Saturday morning although things improved before half time. Despite having the majority of possession it took the away side a good length to turn their superiority into a goal. Conor Kavanagh opened the scoring after 20 minutes and shortly afterwards Ryan O Shea doubled their advantage. A breakaway Jack Murphy goal just before the break for Nurney saw the teams change ends at 1-2.

The second half saw Nurney come a lot more into the match and although they enjoyed a lot more of the ball they were unable to convert it into goal scoring opportunities .Vale scored again through Aidan Nolan and Conor Kavanagh. Kavanagh then capped a fine display with a goal from outside the box to complete his hattrick . Final score 1-5 win for Vale.

A very enjoyable local derby in which both teams played well despite the weather .

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   6,  Slaney Rovers AFC  0
Saturday 2 April 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)

New Oak began as New Champions of Division 2 into the game and from the start pressed high and created some great chances to score goals but they weren’t clinical enough. In the7th min of the game New Oak had a corner and from a great cross from Sebastian Kahamal a Slaney defender handled the ball and the referee awarded New Oak a penalty which Kacper Zarzycki fired into the net and for a 1-0 lead. Almost for the whole first half New Oak created a succession of opportunities to score more goals but failed to follow through on their chances missing at least 3-4 good chance. Half-time score 1-0.

Second half they started much better and Sebastian Furtak scored early on for a2:0 lead to New Oak. From that moment they settled into their usual stride and just a few minutes later they scored another goal from a header from a brilliant corner. Five minutes later Bobby Jordan scored another goal for a 4:0 lead to New Oak. The New Oak manager rang the changes and brought on a few subs, the changes worked a treat as shortly afterwards New Oak scored another excellent goal scored by Noah Oglesby in the 55th  to bring the score to 5-0. They didn’t stop there and continued playing good football with attack after attack and Kacper Zarzycki eventually scored their 6th goal on the 70th minute to bring the game to an end.

Best for New Oak were Kacper Zarzycki, Mauro Martinez and Lee Smith.

Best for Slaney Darragh Corcoran

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC   1,  Burrin Celtic AFC  0
Saturday 2 April 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover welcomed Burrin to The Plots. The game started well with some fantastic soccer being played by both teams. The deadlock wasn’t broken till the 30th minute when TJ Brennan gave a through ball to Arda Destire and he slotted home to make it 1-0 at halftime.


Second half started much the same when Burrin broke free and a fantastic save by the Harps keeper Conor McDaid kept the game to 1-0. Shortly after wards Edward Byrne took a shot from the half-way line but it never troubled the Harps keeper as he was outstanding for the rest of the match. Final score 1-0 to Hanover Harps.

Best for Hanover were Gael O Rock, Peter Lynch and Conor Mc Daid

Best for Burrin were Callum Joyce, Matthew Drought and Kyle Maloney

Under 14 League Division two 2021/22

Baltinglass Town AFC   4,  St Joseph’s AFC  3
Saturday 2 April 2022  Parkmore Baltinglass

A superb game of football today in Parkmore where Balto welcomed the league champions, this game was end to end and a really entertaining game, St Joseph’s started the better and played some excellent football which opened up the Balto defence, and quickly went 2-0 up, St Joseph’s were on top for most of the half, but Balto eventually got into the game and were on top for the last 20 mins of the half and some super link up play between the Balto midfield lads led to them scoring 2 goals, by Donal Metcalfe with excellent finishing, leaving it 2-2 at halftime,

St Joseph’s again started the half the better and could have scored early in the half but again the Balto lads dug deep and got back into it with Reece Quinn Burke scoring a brilliant goal from the edge of the 18 yard line. Not long after a super run by Christopher O’Toole, beating 3 Joeys defenders chipped the keeper to make it 4-2 to Balto. The last 10 mins Joseph’s came back at Balto and were playing some excellent football, but the Balto lads defended brilliantly, Joseph’s did get another goal with great football and scored with just 4 mins left. Final score 4-3.

Balto Goal Scorers: Donal Metcalfe, Reece Quinn-Burke and Christopher O’Toole.

Superb team performance by Baltinglass

Good team performance by St Joseph’s

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC   3,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC  1
Saturday 2 April 2022  McArdle Cross Tinryland (St Josephs)

St Joseph’s welcomed St. Patrick’s to McArdle’s Cross on a cold and wet April morning. With April showers of sleet just prior to the game, conditions were heavy underfoot in this mid table encounter. This was Joey’s final match of the season and St. Pat’s second to last game.

Both teams were eyeballing the runner up position in a hotly contested Division 2 competition. A win for either side today would secure the runner up slot in what has been a very tight division. The previous two league games between these two teams have been 3-3 thrillers and the assembled spectators on the line were hoping for similar fare.

They wouldn’t be disappointed. St. Pats started the stronger and took an early lead after 7 minutes with a well taken goal from a nicely weighted through ball that was slotted confidently low and hard to the keepers right. Joeys regrouped and within 4 minutes, in form striker, Kiegan Lawlor following a nice passage of play in the midfield was one on one with the Pat’s keeper.

Kiegan finished coolly tying the game 1-1. Both teams threatened and the goal keepers were kept busy at either end. Joeys were starting to penetrate the Pat’s defence and on 18 minutes Kiegan Lawlor made it 2-1 to the home side. Daniel Byrne was a thorn in the visitors side and the pacey striker was unlucky not to claim a goal for himself and worked tirelessly throughout. Pat’s regrouped and after some excellent work on the left wing they came close to scoring an equaliser. The match was end to end at this point and it really could have gone either way.

Following some sustained pressure by Joeys and excellent defensive work by St. Pats, the visitors conceded a penalty for a handball in the box on 25 minutes Kiegan Lawlor stepped up to take the penalty and put it to the keepers left. The Pats keeper guessed the correct way and got good contact on the shot. However, the momentum of the shot ensured that the ball nestled in the back of the net bringing the score to 3-1. The score remained at 3-1 in favour of Joeys at half time.

This game was far from over and St. Pats threw everything at the home side straight from the off in the second half. The wingers of Max Duignan and Niall Egan had run their legs off in the first half giving Joeys a platform to defend in the second.

Páidí Breen and Alex McGrath came on for Joeys at the start of the second half and carried on the excellent work of the previous two wingers. Indeed, the St. Pats team were probing hard on both wings with Summer Doorley distributing the ball intelligently and the two new additions to the Joeys team needed to get into the rhythm of the match quickly which they did. Maria Healy was making a big impact in the middle of the field for St. Pats and laid off some great passes to the onrushing Pats strikers.

Nathan Walsh and Eddie Keenan were kept busy in midfield but stood firm and thwarted numerous attacks from the Pats midfield. Joeys resisted the Pats attacks and despite numerous chances at either end the match finished 3-1 to the home side securing St. Joseph’s team the runners up spot in what was a very hotly contested division.

It is hard to pick a man of the match from the winning side today as the entire Joeys team stood up and were counted in an excellent all around team effort on their last league game of a demanding and difficult season.

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   0,  Baltinglass Town AFC  6
Saturday 2 April 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

Champions Baltinglass visited Nurney in this last U13 Div 2 match of the campaign and ended their league with a dominant victory. In the previous meeting a 1-1 draw in a cagey affair was a fair result, but this time the away side were not to be stopped. Nurney opened brightly with Eoghan Murphy and Colm Byrne getting involved but two Baltinglass goals, 1 by Josh Furlong and 1 an unfortunate own goal left Nurney adrift by two goals at the break.

The game was quickly put to bed early in the 2nd half with further Baltinglass goals by Furlong and a quickfire brace from Tom Cullen made it an impossible task for Nurney. Despite the heroics of Noah Doyle in the Nurney goal, who pulled off 4 incredible saves, the visitors capped their performance with a neat Felippe Malocki goal to clinch the win with a 0-6 final score.

Brandon Searson, and Thomas Hopkins tried hard for Nurney.

Sean Byrne was impressive for the league champions.

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   0,  Killeshin AFC  0
Saturday 2 April 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)

The first half was very scrappy with Killeshin having most of the play in New Oak’s half.

Despite having most of the play Killeshin found it hard to create many clear-cut chances.

The New Oak defence of Aj Bolger, Joshua Crosby, Bryan-Lee Murphy and Phoenix Lawlor repelled numerous attacks by the well drilled Killeshin side with Mikey McCarty in the New Oak goal only being made work for one decent strike from a well hit shot off an indirect free kick. It was 0-0 at half-time.

After the break the game really opened up with a multitude of good scoring chances for both sides. Evan Glynn, William Fennell and Gabriel De Sa started to get more of the ball in mid field for New Oak. On 37 minutes Michael Myk hit a fantastic shot from a narrow angle which was well saved by the chest of the Killeshin keeper Fiach Gaffney. 

The resulting corner led to a goal mouth scramble that Killeshin finally dealt with. On 51 minutes Killeshin thought their luck was in when a New Oak defender did brilliant to get to an on rushing Killeshin forward but under serious pressure toe poked his clearance just wide of his own goal. On 56 minutes the Killeshin keeper got down well to a hard shot but had to scramble quickly to keep the rebound away from the onrushing Dara Tunstead and Gabby De Sa.

On 57 minutes Gabby De Sa hit a shot narrowly wide after a pass from Evan Glynn and just 1 minute later Michael Myk went close again with a left foot shot then on 59 minutes Dara Tunstead bravely slid in with a 1v1 with the Killeshin keeper to try slide New Oak into the lead but his shot hit the side netting. The best chance of the game fell to Tunstead shortly after when he was through on goal but for Gaffney to close down the angle brilliantly. Quin Hand had one last chance of the game 2 minutes into injury time but it wouldn’t come down in time for him to get a clean strike. The game ended 0*0.

Best for New Oak were William Fennell, Evan Glynn and Fionn Brophy.

Best for Killeshin, which is a hard call with so many good performances, were Fiach Gaffney, Max Denn and Quin Hand.

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   2,  Burrin Celtic AFC  0
Saturday 2 April 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

This was a lively game played in good conditions, with 2 determined teams giving their all. Nurney Villa dominated the early stages, with Burrin Celtic, who were missing some players, defending stoutly. Nurney got a series of corners, but Burrin repelled the threat quite well, with Molly Maher prominent, and carried a real threat when counter-attacking, particularly with Leah Fitzpatrick lurking. Burrin pushed up the field and won a corner and put pressure on the Nurney defence, which held firm.

A real midfield battle developed, with both sets of players working hard to get on top. Kelly Tobin and Nikola Deka made some great runs down their wings for Nurney, and Sami Salter and Leah Mannion were impressive in midfield for Burrin. After a good move down the right-hand side by Nurney, Rebecca Bermingham volleyed a left foot shot just over the bar. Then shortly before half time, the relentless Sarah Murphy made a driving run at goal, sprinting past 2 players. Her shot hit the post, with Rebecca Bermingham finishing the rebound – 1-0 to Nurney at half-time.


In the second half, both sets of girls pushed hard, with Burrin Celtic determined to get an equaliser. But the Nurney team’s committed defending withstood the pressure, and restricted chances. A free kick outside the area for Burrin was well struck, but Zara Farrell in goal was impressive in her shot handling. Nurney attacked strongly for a period, and Natalia Deka received the ball just inside the edge of the area. She beat two players and shot into the far corner for a very impressive goal. Final score 2-0 to Nurney Villa.

Under 16 Cup 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   2,  Hanover Harps AFC  4
Saturday 2 April 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

Even though both teams were understrength for this game, it was a very entertaining and free flowing game. The first half was very tight with both teams having chances. Hanover eventually found a way past the Vale back line mid-way through the first half. The goal was scored by Keelan Walker Burnett. Half-time 0-1.

The second half was only seconds old when the lead was increased to 2-0 with Jack O’Brien scoring from close range. Vale then had a great chance when Matt Burke smacked the crossbar from distance.

Vale were pushing to get back into it when they were picked off  on the break with Ryan Fitzgerald ending a good move. Vale then were given a way back into the game with Aaron McDonald finishing from the penalty spot. Hanover then pushed for another and Aidan Ryan delivered a 4th. Vale had the last word of the day with Cathal Moriarty scoring from inside his own half. Full-time 2-4 to Hanover Harps.

Best for Vale were Jamie Brennan, Luke Townsend and Fionn Power.

Best for Hanover were Ryan Fitzgerald and Jason Dillon.

CDJL

Fixture Schedule w/e 09/04/2022

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Tuesday 5 April 2022


Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22:
St Joseph’s AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Chris Coleman


Under14 League Division two 2021/22:
Baltinglass Town AFC v St Anne’s AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Martin Murphy


Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22:
Crettyard United AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Pat Moran


Under 15 Girls League 2021/22:
Vale Wanderers AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Joe Byrne
Nurney Villa AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: David Donegan.


Wednesday 6 April 2022


Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22:
New Oak Boys AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: David Donegan.


Thursday 7 April 2022


Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
St Joseph’s AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: David Donegan
New Oak Boys AFC v Parkville United AFC Black, 6.45pm, Referee: Pat Moran
Ballymurphy Celtic v Hanover Harps AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Chris Coleman

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22:
Slaney Rovers AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 6.45pm, Referee: Joe Byrne


u13 Girls league 2021/22:
Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow v St Fiacc’s AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Martin Murphy
Burrin Celtic AFC Pink v Nurney Villa AFC, 8pm, Referee: Martin Murphy.


Saturday 9 April 2022


Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
St Joseph’s AFC v Parkville United AFC Black, 10am, Referee: Artur Bienko
Slaney Rovers AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 10am, Referee: Ken Donegan
Hanover Harps AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Martin Murphy


Under 16 Cup 2021/22:
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 10am, Referee: Keith Purdy
Burrin Celtic AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Pat O’ Connor


Under 15 Cup 2022:
Bagenalstown AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC Red, 10am, Referee: Paul Hunston
Vale Wanderers AFC v Parkville United AFC, 1pm, Referee: Paul Hunston
St Anne’s AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 10am, Referee: Pat Moran
St Patrick’s Boys AFC-2 Green v Ballymurphy Celtic, 11.30am, Referee: Keith Purdy


Under 14 Cup 2022:
Burrin Celtic AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 10am, Referee: Pat O’ Connor
Baltinglass Town AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Ken Donegan
St Anne’s AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Pat Moran
St Joseph’s AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 1pm, Referee: David Donegan
Nurney Villa AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 10am, Referee: David Donegan


Under 13 Cup 2022:
St Anne’s AFC v Parkville United AFC, 12.45pm, Referee: Pat Moran
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 1pm, Referee: Keith Purdy
Hanover Harps AFC v Baltinglass Town AFC, 10am, Referee: Martin Murphy
Crettyard United AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 2.30pm, Referee: Pat Moran
Bagenalstown AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Paul Hunston


Under 13 Girls Cup 2022:
Burrin Celtic AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 1pm, Referee: Pat O’ Connor
Nurney Villa AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 11.30am, Referee: David Donegan


under 8 end year blitz venue 1Killeshin:
Crettyard United AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 11am
Killeshin AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 11am
Hanover Harps AFC v Killeshin AFC, 11.45am
St Fiacc’s AFC v Crettyard United AFC, 11.45am
Crettyard United AFC v Killeshin AFC, 12.30pm
St Fiacc’s AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 12.30pm


under 8 end year blitz venue 2 Vale:
Bagenalstown AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 10am
Nurney Villa AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 10am
Ballymurphy Celtic v Nurney Villa AFC, 10.45am
Vale Wanderers AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 10.45am
Bagenalstown AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 11.30am
Vale Wanderers AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 11.30am


under 8 end year blitz venue 3 Rathvilly:
Burrin Celtic AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 12pm
Slaney Rovers AFC-2 v St Joseph’s AFC, 12pm
Slaney Rovers AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC-2, 12.45pm
St Joseph’s AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 12.45pm
Burrin Celtic AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC-2, 1.30pm
St Joseph’s AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 1.30pm


Under 10 end of year blitz venue 1 Parkville:
Burrin Celtic AFC v Parkville United AFC, 11am
Slaney Rovers AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 11am
Parkville United AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 11.45am
St Joseph’s AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 11.45am
Burrin Celtic AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 12pm
St Joseph’s AFC v Parkville United AFC, 12pm


Under 10 end of year blitz venue 2 Ballymurphy:
Hanover Harps AFC-2 v Ballymurphy Celtic, 11am
New Oak Boys AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 11am
Bagenalstown AFC v Hanover Harps AFC-2, 11.45am
Ballymurphy Celtic v Hanover Harps AFC, 11.45am
Hanover Harps AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 12.30pm
Hanover Harps AFC-2 v New Oak Boys AFC, 12.30pm
Bagenalstown AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 1.15pm
New Oak Boys AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 1.15pm


Under 10 end of year blitz venue 3 Crettyard :
Crettyard United AFC v Killeshin AFC, 10am
St Fiacc’s AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 10am
Killeshin AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 10.45am
Vale Wanderers AFC v Crettyard United AFC, 10.45am
Crettyard United AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 11.30am
Vale Wanderers AFC v Killeshin AFC, 11.30am

Tuesday 29 March 2022

Under14 League Division two 2021/22 St Joseph’s AFC 3 0 Parkville United AFC

St Anne’s AFC 2 3 Baltinglass Town AFC

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Parkville United AFC Black 1 3 Slaney Rovers AFC

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

St Fiacc’s AFC 6 4 Nurney Villa AFC

Under 16 Cup 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic 2 5 St Patrick’s Boys AFC

Wednesday 30 March 2022

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC 2 1 Vale Wanderers AFC

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

St Patrick’s Boys AFC 4 2 Parkville United AFC

Thursday 31 March 2022

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC 2 4 Crettyard United AFC

Bagenalstown AFC 1 5 Hanover Harps AFC

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic 7 0 St Joseph’s AFC

Vale Wanderers AFC 0 5 New Oak Boys AFC

u13 Girls league 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow 4 0 New Oak Boys AFC

Burrin Celtic AFC Pink 0 7 St Fiacc’s AFC

Saturday 2 April 2022

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC 1 0 Parkville United AFC

Nurney Villa AFC 1 5 Vale Wanderers AFC

New Oak Boys AFC 6 0 Slaney Rovers

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC 0 4 Vale Wanderers AFC

Hanover Harps AFC 1 0 Burrin Celtic AFC

Under14 League Division two 2021/22

Baltinglass Town AFC 4 3 St Joseph’s AFC

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC 3 1 St Patrick’s Boys AFC

Nurney Villa AFC 0 6 Baltinglass Town AFC

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC 1 0 Parkville United AFC Black

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC 0 0 Killeshin AFC

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC 2 1 St Fiacc’s AFC

Nurney Villa AFC 2 0 Burrin Celtic AFC

Under 16 Cup 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC 2 4 Hanover Harps AFC

St Patrick’s Boys AFC 3 0 Nurney Villa AFC

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