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Match Reports

Under 15 Cup 2022

St Anne’s AFC   7,  St Joseph’s AFC  1
Monday 11 April 2022  Ballylinan (St Annes)

Annes and Josephs met tonight for the first time in a cup. St Josephs didn’t have an easy task coming to the St Annes ground where the team have been unbeaten all year at home. St Josephs put up a great spirit fight and showed great passing skills. Annes were in form and started the scoring early on despite the visitors great resolve. Josephs never gave up but found it hard to stop Annes especially the on form Seamus Lynch in bringing his goal tally to 4 tonight. Ross Moran scored a great goal for the visitors but Annes proved too strong and ended up finding the back of the net 3 more time before the final whistle was blown. Bringing the final score to 7-1 for the home side.

A great Josephs side never gave up and played their heart out showing some excellent skills throughout.

Best for St Annes was Seamus Lynch and Ennae Byrne.

U13 Girls league 2021/22

St Fiacc’s AFC   6,  New Oak Boys AFC  2
Tuesday 12 April 2022  St Patricks College via George bernard shaw

A fast start by league winners St Fiaccs saw Ashlee Smith open the scoring on 3 mins after a through ball from Katelyn Moran. Ashlee then scored her second on 11 mins after another defence splitting pass, this time from Ali O Connor.

St Fiaccs took their foot off the pedal after this which allowed Siobhan Sinnott to pull a goal back for New Oak after a brilliant solo run and shortly after scored New Oak’s and her second goal to leave the teams level 1-1 at half time.

St Fiaccs again started fast in the second half and Lily Monahan found the back of the New Oak net just 3 mins into the second half. Evie Stynes, just off the bench got in on the scoring 2 mins after entering the field after some excellent play from Sienna Smith.

St Fiaccs didn’t let this lead slip and added 2 more goals through Ashlee Smith, to complete her hattrick, and the lively Leah Cummins Nelson who latched onto another superb pass from Ali O Connor to leave the final score 6-2 and make it 11 wins out of 11 games for the season for St Fiaccs.

Best for St Fiaccs were Leah Cummins Nelson, Lily Monahan and Ali O Connor.

While Emily Carpenter, Alannah Clancy, Bronagh Myers, and Siobhan Sinnott stood out for New Oak

Under 15 Cup 2022

New Oak Boys AFC   2,  Bagenalstown AFC  1
Wednesday 13 April 2022  

Match began very well from both sides with good chances to score. New Oak Boys player Kacper Zarzycki had a great shot on target but was saved by the Bagenalstown goalkeeper. Straight after that Bagenalstown played a long ball in behind New Oak’s defensive line and Bagenalstown No 9 Ian Craddock went one-on-one with New Oak’s goalkeeper and scored to put them 0-1 up. In the first half both teams played nice football and created a few goal scoring opportunities. In 33 min following a corner for New Oak Boys one of the New Oak players was fouled and were awarded a penalty. Kacper Zarzycki took the penalty and scored New Oak’s equalizer and the first half finished 1-1. and was

The second half started well for New Oak and they were dominating, creating some good goalscoring chances chances but Bagenalstown’s goalkeeper was having a great day and made some very good save to keep the scores level. On 56 minutes the Bagenalstown goalkeeper made an unfortunate mistake and fouled Bobby Jordan to give away a penalty and  Kacper Zarzycki took the penalty and scored for 2-1. After that both teams created a few chances each but both goalkeepers pulled off some fantastic saves. In the last minute of the game Bagenalstown were awarded a penalty but it was saved by the New Oak goalkeeper and the game finished 2-1 to New Oak.

Best for Bagenelastown was Ian Craddock

Best for New Oak were Kacper Zarzycki, Adam O’Neill and Mauro Martinez.

U12 League Division 1 2022

Hanover Harps AFC    4,   Ballymurphy Celtic    2,

Thursday 14 April 2022

Hanover Harps welcomed Balymurphy to the Plots this evening. It was a fierce encounter played out between two well-matched teams where every loose ball was contested, and both sets of players looked to get the ball down and play football. The early exchanges led to a colossal battle between Senan Sheehan and James Flood with neither player giving any ground. The deadlock was finally broken when Conor Wall released Andrian Robu to open the scoring in the 25th minute. The visitors responded with loads of pressure and Charley Foley was unlucky to see his effort come off the post. Bally had the better of the chances with Antony Brennan making some brave saves. The visitors grabbed an equaliser through an excellent finish by Oisin Fogarty and this is how the first half finished.

In the second half it was the visitors who started the brighter and were ahead  through an excellent solo run and finish from James Flood. Hanover didn’t let their heads drop and were level minutes later from Mael O Rock. They kept the pressure up and following a great run by O Rock who crossed to find the head of Andrian Robu on the far post to bring the scores level.  With Hanover ahead again, they pressed and grapped two late goals by Shay O Grady following a scrap in the box and a lovely solo run and finish by Masfie Islam to round off a 5-2 win for the home team.

Best for Ballymurphy were: Jack Ivers, Sean O Brien and Dylan King.

Best for Hanover: were Antony Brennan, Alan Bowe, Senan Sheehan and Andrian Robu.

U12 League Division 2 2022

Ballymurphy Celtic AFC    0,   Parkville United AFC Red    8,

Thursday 14 April 2022

Parkville cruised to an easy win this evening in Bally. They opened the scoring on 12 mins and went on to add further goals before half-time to make it 0-5 at the break.

Parkville continued in the same vain in the second half adding more goals to their total. They were strong all over the field and in the end it was a comfortable win for the already crowned Division 2 champions.

Best for Ballymurphy were  Cillian Doyle, James Scallan and Tom Og Cullen.

U15 Girls League 2022

Burrin Celtic   0,   St Fiaccs   4

Thursday 14 April 2022

Burrin started strong with some great play until just before half time when Fiaccs got a corner kick and following a mix up in the Burrin back line they inadvertently scored an OG. Half-time scoreline 0-1 to St Fiaccs.

The second half Fiaccs came out and played better with some great passes that saw Ashlee Smith beating the Burrin back line, scoring a great individual goal . Fiaccs went on to score another two goals for a 0-4 win.

Congratulations to St Fiaccs on winning the league.

Under 15 Cup 2022

Hanover Harps AFC   6,  Slaney Rovers AFC  2
Saturday 16 April 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover progressed to the semi final of the Under 15 cup following a hard fought win over Slaney Rovers in The Plots on Saturday morning.The home team took the lead from a Daire Byrne shot after 15 minutes but the lead was short lived as Slaney equalised from the penalty spot. Cody Molloy and Sean Hayden both scored headed goals to leave it 3-1 at the break.


Early in the second half Cody Molloy made the game safe with a goal of the season contender. Daire Byrne grabbed his second of the day before T.J.Brennan lobbed the keeper for Hanover’s 6th. Slaney never gave up and had the final word with a goal just on full time. Both teams were fully committed on the day with a special mention for Axel and Gael O’Rock, TJ Brennan and goalkeeper Conor McDaid from the Under 14 team who played immediately after their own match.

Under 15 Cup 2022

Vale Wanderers AFC   2,  St Anne’s AFC  7
Saturday 16 April 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderer

A nice morning for a game at the Superbowl saw Division 1 winners St Annes beat Vale Wanderers at home. An entertaining game of football from the start to the finish but on the day the away side were too strong for Vale. A well deserved win for Saint Anne’s.

Scorers for St. Anne’s: Jack McDonnell, Niall Hickey, Eoin Mulhall, Callum McElory, Ennae Byrne, Séamus Lunck and Seán Rowan while Max O’Connor, Jack Julian and Shane Baldwin stood out.

On the score sheet for Vale were Ciarán Nolan and Aidan Nolan.

Best for Vale were Mark Stanley, Adam Doyle and Mikey Dowling..

Under 14 Cup 2022

Vale Wanderers AFC   2,  Ballymurphy Celtic  2
Saturday 16 April 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

 
An enthralling u14 cup game that had a bit of everything for those present with 90 mins unable to seperate the two evenly matched teams, the South Carlow side hitting the front early on through a fine Conor Walsh strike, Odhran Murphy cancelling this shortly after from close range for the home side . A Ballymurphy corner found the head of the inrushing Toby Joyce to restore their lead with his namesake Adam unlucky with his penalty from a Vale handball just missing the top corner.

This let-off was punished in the 1st minute of the second half, Odhran Murphy again with the finish low to Noel Jordan’s left for an improving Vale deserved equaliser. From here on it was typical cup fare, no quarter asked or given, chances at both ends agonisingly falling short. Adam Joyce for Ballymurphy on the stroke of full time desperately unlucky to see his brilliant effort go the wrong side of the post meaning extra time was neededas the game finished 2-2 in normal time.

Similar to normal time both sides threw the kitchen sink at it with Vales Alan Fitzgerald’s effort brilliantly pushed on to the crossbar by the excellent Noel Jordan, the resultant corner rebounding to Ciaran Bambrick, and his fly-kick unlucky to miss the target. So it was on to penalties to decide as sporting a game as you’d wish to see to decide the eventual winner. The afore-mentioned Noel Jordan being the hero with 2 brilliant saves to ensure Ballymurphy’s passage to the semi-final 4-3.

Best for Ballymurphy were Tom Kehoe and Adam Joyce.

Best for Vale were Odhran Murphy, Alan Fitzgerald, Daniel Brennan and Adam Dowling.

Under 14 Cup 2022

Hanover Harps AFC   0,  Bagenalstown AFC  1
Saturday 16 April 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover welcomed Bagenalstown to The Plots on a blustery morning, the game started well with both teams having equal chances, a mix up in the Harps box led to Bagenalstown going 1-0 up shortly before the half time whistle, Hanover Harps 0 Bagenalstown 1.

Second half started with Hanover applying all sorts of pressure, but shots from TJ Brennan, Gael O Rock and Arda Destire, never troubled the Bagenalstown keeper.

Full time whistle Hanover Harps 0 Bagenalstown 1

Best for Hanover were Peter Lynch, Kyle Martin and Callum Martin

Under 13 Cup 2022

Burrin Celtic AFC   1,  Hanover Harps AFC  2
Saturday 16 April 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

Burrin Celtic hosted the U13 league champions Hanover Harps in this early morning game at The Valley. Hanover started brightly and Burrin were fortunate not to fall behind in the early stages. However, Burrin soon got their defence organised and their tremendous work rate throughout the remainder of the half, frustrated their opponents, keeping the game scoreless at half time.

The second half began in similar fashion but Hanover finally got a breakthrough goal when a cross from the right wing fell to the unmarked Ronan Dooley who took full advantage. Minutes later Hanover went two up when a corner kick fell to Timmy Adeleye who finished well from close range. Burrin saved their best football of the season for the remaining 20 minutes and deservedly reduced the deficit to a single goal following some lovely combination play and a cross from Tadgh Campbell that was headed to goal by Glen Cantwell. The Burrin boys sensed that an equaliser was on the cards and they created lots of problems for Hanover’s defence in the remaining 10 minutes. However, the final whistle came too soon and Hanover held on to go through to the semi-finals 1-2.

Best for Hanover Harps were Timmy Adeleye, Joe Dermody and Peter Breen Parle.

Best for Burrin were Robbie Kelliher, Callum Butler, Colm Donald and Daniel Fernandez.

Under 13 Cup 2022

Crettyard United AFC   1,  New Oak Boys AFC  1
Saturday 16 April 2022  Crettyard Utd

Cretty v New Oak in the quarter final of the cup, a brilliant game played by two very good teams. The first half was evenly contested with Kalem Buggy with the best of the chances for Cretty while New Oak missed a great chance right on half time but the game was scoreless at the break.

The second half was pretty much the same until Cretty’s Michael Brennan scored an unbelievable goal from 20 yards into the top corner. New Oak responded well pushing high up the pitch and were rewarded with 7 minutes remaining when they broke through the strong Cretty defence and scored with a really good finish to make it 1-1 and that’s the way it finished at full time.

Extra time failed to produce a winning goal and the game went to penalties with New Oak advancing 3-2 on penalties.

Best for Cretty were Danial Maguire, Mark Dowling and Michael Brennan.

Under 12 Cup 2022

Slaney Rovers AFC   4,  Ballymurphy Celtic Green  0
Saturday 16 April 2022  Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers

Only one goal separated the sides at half time, as an early Bally effort was well-saved by keeper Peter Lawlor, while at the other end Timmy Jackson finished well on 12 minutes after some fine build up play from Nathan Young. 1-0 to Slaney at the break.

After the break, Kristen Doyle’s pass semt Kallan McCabe through on goal, his pace getting him to the ball before the ‘keeper as he slotted into the empty net. Tomas ‘Mossie’ Keane and Will Darcy combined to set up Garrett Doyle to score off the post and later on, a fine individual effort from Kallan McCabe made it 4-0 for a deserved win for Slaney.

Best for Slaney were Fionn Foley, Nathan Young and Daniel o Neill.


Ballymurphy gave it everything and to their credit, never let their heads drop and made a game of it.

Under 12 Cup 2022

Ballymurphy Celtic White   1,  New Oak Boys AFC  0
Saturday 16 April 2022  Ballymurphy


This was a hotly contested first round tie with the top two sides in the U12 league locking horns.
Ballymurphy started the better with Charlie Foley testing the opposing keeper on 10 mins. Then on 16 mins the only goal of the game came following a hand ball on the edge of the New Oak box. From the dead ball, Shane Jordan drilled the ball low and it fizzed past the keeper 1-0 for Ballymurphy. New Oak then forced a few corners before the break but the excellent Dylan King and Jack Ivers kept the New Oak Boys out. HT 1-0


The second half was a cagey affair with not a lot of chances for either side as Bally protected their 100% home record. New Oak had two good chances on 45 and 48 minutes but both were well saved by Jack Ivers. Bally dropped their goal scorer back for the last ten mins and this snuffed out any chance of a New Oak Boys equaliser with the game ending 1-0 to Ballymurphy.


Best for New Oak were Kayden Walker Dargan, Cormac Lowry and Keane Hutton

Best for Bally were Dylan King, Shane Jordan and Joe Walsh.

Under 12 Cup 2022

Hanover Harps AFC   3,  St Anne’s AFC  1
Saturday 16 April 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover welcomed St. Anne’s to The Plots today and were nearly caught cold in the first minute with a close effort. They settled down after this and had all of the early chances but couldn’t find the net. The home side passed the ball around well but couldn’t find the all important goal. Shay O Grady, Abdrian Robu, Nathaniel Jakubiec all squandering good choices. Diarmuid Redmond saw a header hit the bar from a Robu cross but the sides were level at half time.

The second half was much the same with the home team taking possession of the ball and on 35 minutes broke the deadlock with a fine finish by Mael O Rock. They were soon 2-0 up through Shay O Grady and then Andrian Robu made it 3-0 for Hanover. The visitors grabbed a consolation goal from a free kick in the dying minutes and it finished 3-1 to Hanover who progress to the quarter finals.

Best for Hanover: Masfie Islam, Joe McDermot and James (J.P.) O Connor.

Under 15 Girls Cup 2022

St Fiacc’s AFC   0,  Burrin Celtic AFC  1
Saturday 16 April 2022  St Patricks College via George bernard shaw

Early morning kick off with Fiaccs starting the quicker without making many clear cut chances. Burrin kept plugging away and their defence held solid. Leah Cummins Nelson had the best chance for Fiaccs but shot straight at the keeper. Two mins from half time Leah Fitzpatrick took her chance well and scored what turned out to be the winner. Half-time 0-1 to Burrin.

As much as Fiaccs pushed in the second half the chances didn’t come and a resolute Burrin held on for the win

Best for Fiaccs were Ella Matthews, Ashlee Smith and Ali O Connor.

Best for Burrin were Leah Fitzpatrick, Kate Kearns and Sarah Duffy.

CDJL Results

Under 15 Cup 2022 St Anne’s AFC 7 1 St Joseph’s AFC

Tuesday 12 April 2022

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC 0 3 Hanover Harps AFC

Ballymurphy Celtic 3 0 Parkville United AFC Black

u13 Girls league 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC 3 0 Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow

St Fiacc’s AFC 6 2 New Oak Boys AFC

Wednesday 13 April 2022

Under 15 Cup 2022

New Oak Boys AFC 2 1 Bagenalstown AFC

Under 11 Grading Comp playing u12 rules

Vale Wanderers AFC 4 6 New Oak Boys AFC

St Fiacc’s AFC 3 4 Burrin Celtic AFC

St Anne’s AFC Green 0 7 St Patrick’s Boys AFC Red

Killeshin AFC 2 4 Nurney Villa AFC White

Hanover Harps AFC Black 7 1 St Patrick’s Boys AFC Green

Crettyard United AFC 2 6 Hanover Harps AFC Green

Thursday 14 April 2022

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC 5 2 Ballymurphy Celtic

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic 0 7 Parkville United AFC Red

Killeshin AFC 0 1 New Oak Boys AFC

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC 0 4 St Fiacc’s AFC

Saturday 16 April 2022

Under 15 Cup 2022

Hanover Harps AFC 6 2 Slaney Rovers AFC

Vale Wanderers AFC 2 7 St Anne’s AFC

St Patrick’s Boys AFC-2 Green 3 0 Crettyard United AFC

Under 14 Cup 2022

Parkville United AFC 4 3 St Patrick’s Boys AFC

Vale Wanderers AFC 2 2 Ballymurphy Celtic*

Ballymurphy Celtic win 3-4 after pens

Hanover Harps AFC 0 1 Bagenalstown AFC

Under 13 Cup 2022

Burrin Celtic AFC 1 2 Hanover Harps AFC

Crettyard United AFC 1 1 New Oak Boys AFC*

New Oak Boys AFC win 2-3 after pens

Under 12 Cup 2022

Slaney Rovers AFC 4 0 Ballymurphy Celtic Green

Ballymurphy Celtic White 1 0 New Oak Boys AFC

Killeshin AFC 0 1 St Joseph’s AFC

Hanover Harps AFC 3 1 St Anne’s AFC

Under 15 Girls Cup 2022

St Fiacc’s AFC 0 1 Burrin Celtic AFC

Fixture Schedule w/e 23/04/2022

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Tuesday 19 April 2022


Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
Hanover Harps AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Artur Bienko
Slaney Rovers AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: David Donegan
Vale Wanderers AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 6.45pm, Referee: Joe Byrne


Under 15 Girls Cup 2022:
Nurney Villa AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Pat Moran.


Wednesday 20 April 2022


Under 16 Cup 2021/22:
Burrin Celtic AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 7.45pm, Referee: David Donegan


Under 13 Girls Cup 2022:
Burrin Celtic AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 6.30pm, Referee: Chris Coleman.


Thursday 21 April 2022


Under 12 Cup 2022:
Parkville United AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 7pm, Referee: Martin Murphy
Ballymurphy Celtic White v St Joseph’s AFC, 7pm, Referee: Chris Coleman
Vale Wanderers AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 7pm, Referee: Joe Byrne.


Friday 22 April 2022


Under 14 Cup 2022:
Parkville United AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 6.45pm, Referee: Ken Donegan
Bagenalstown AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Joe Byrne


Under 13 Cup 2022:
St Anne’s AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Pat Moran
Hanover Harps AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: David Donegan.


Saturday 23 April 2022


Under 10,11 Combined Girls Blitz:
Hanover Harps AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 10am
New Oak Boys AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 10am
Killeshin AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 10am
Burrin Celtic AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 10am
Nurney Villa AFC v Killeshin AFC, 10.30am
St Fiacc’s AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 10.30am
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 10.30am
Vale Wanderers AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 10.30am
New Oak Boys AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 11am
Nurney Villa AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 11am
St Fiacc’s AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 11am
Vale Wanderers AFC v Killeshin AFC, 11am
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 11.30am
Hanover Harps AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 11.30am
Killeshin AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 11.30am
Burrin Celtic AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 11.30am


Under 8,9 combined girls blitz:
Killeshin AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 12pm
Kilree Celtic v St Fiacc’s AFC, 12pm
Vale Wanderers AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 12pm
Burrin Celtic AFC v Kilree Celtic, 12.30pm
Hanover Harps AFC v Killeshin AFC, 12.30pm
St Fiacc’s AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 12.30pm
Kilree Celtic v Hanover Harps AFC, 1.30pm
St Fiacc’s AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 1.30pm
Vale Wanderers AFC v Killeshin AFC, 1.30pm
Burrin Celtic AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 2pm
Hanover Harps AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 2pm
Killeshin AFC v Kilree Celtic, 2pm

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