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Noah’s strike ensures Vale finish second in Under 15 Division 2 league

Match Reports

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC   1,  Vale Wanderers AFC  2
Tuesday 5 April 2022  McArdle Cross Tinryland (St Josephs)

Great thriller match between two local derby teams, who were both fighting for second place. But it was Vale that managed to secure the three points to finish second in the league. Great entertaining game between two great teams. There was great football played but both teams kept each other at bay, until the 20th min when Vale striker Ciaran Nolan slotted the ball in past Joeys keeper, in the corner of the net. Vale held on to the lead to half time.


Vale kicked off to start the second half, in the 50th min Joeys got an opportunity from a corner, and Rhys McCanny lobbed the ball into Joeys goal area, where Jack Keating slotted it in past the Vale keeper for the equalizer at 1-1. But Joeys didn’t get to hold on to the draw for too long as Vale’s player Noah Walsh in the 10th min put a rasping shot past the Vale keeper to put them ahead in the game once again at 2-1. This was the way the game ended, in a 2-1 win for Vale Wanderers.

This win secured Vale second place in the league. Well done Vale. 

Best for Joey: It was an all-round team effort. Everyone played really well.

Best for Vale was Cillian O’Brien, Conor Kavanagh & David Kennedy.

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Crettyard United AFC   1,  Hanover Harps AFC  2
Tuesday 5 April 2022  Crettyard Utd

Cretty faced Hanover this evening in Cretty’s last league game of the season. In very blustery conditions both teams struggled to come to terms with the tough conditions. The first half ended scoreless at half time.

Cretty took the lead in the second half through Fionnan Brennan with a long range strike. But Cretty then lost Fionnan through injury which was a big blow to them. Hanover drew level from a corner kick which was finished off by Alex Mazur. Then with time nearly up Hanover went into the lead from another corner this time Brian Louw with the finish which won the game for Hanover finishing 2-1.

Best for Hanover: Alex Mazur, Brian Louw and Ronan Dooley.

Best for Crettyard: Darragh Brennan, Ryan Brennan and Cian O Sullivan.

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   2,  Burrin Celtic AFC  1
Tuesday 5 April 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

The Super Bowl, Leighlinbridge, held host to this exciting girls u15’s match between Vale Wanderers and Burrin Celtic. The 1st half was a very tight affair with some good attacking football from both teams. Vale’s front 3 pressed hard and got their reward with some nice play, and when the ball fell to Kate Burke she volleyed the ball into the back of the net for1-0 to Vale at half time.


Burrin started the 2nd half with intent and had some good chances fall the way of Leah Fitzpatrick. Vale’s centre back pairing of Colette O’ Brien and Lana Keogh held firm and put in some great work to keep Burrin at bay. Vale had some great chances falling to Roisin Collins and Kate Burke again and with 12 minutes left, both girls combined with Kate Burke slotting home from the edge of the box to put Vale 2 -0 and top off a fine performance from the Vale forward.

Burrin still pushed hard and with 8 minutes remaining, broke down the left and the cross was converted by the lively Anna Cullen. A nervous few minutes for Vale led to some heroic defending. The referee’s whistle sounded, ending an excellent game from both teams.
Vale finishing 2-1 winners.


A lot of credit must go to Burrin who played some lovely soccer at times, as did Vale.

Best for Burrin were Anna Cullen, Grace Walker and Leah Mannion.


Best for Vale were Emma de Lacy, Liadh Nolan and Kate Burke.



ST FIACC’S AFC: U15 GIRLS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   1,  St Fiacc’s AFC  2
Tuesday 5 April 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

A very entertaining game in Nurney as Nurney Villa took on the league leaders St Fiaccs. Fiaccs started off strong with Ella Maguire scoring a goal in the early stage of the match. Nurney didn’t back down with Natalia Deka and Holly Murphy fighting to get a chance but didn’t succeed. Fiaccs got a corner that Ella Matthew’s fired in to the box with Leah Nelson getting a goal to make it 2-0. Going in at half-time.

The second half was very tight with both teams working hard, but Nurney got a very well earned goal when Rebecca Bermingham struck the back of the net. Both teams fought hard to the end with lots of chances but Fiaccs came out on top the 2-1 winners.

All girls played great.

Best for St Fiaccs were Ashlee Smith and Nicole Osborne.

Best for Nurney were Natalia Deka and Holly Ryan.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC   1,  Vale Wanderers AFC  4
Thursday 7 April 2022  McArdle Cross Tinryland (St Josephs)

On a fresh evening at Mcardle’s Park, Vale were the visitors, the game started very evenly with both team putting everything into their effort. St Joseph’s took the lead with a fine finish from Eoin Fitzharris. Vale equalized and then took the lead before half time to lead 1-2 at the break.

The second half saw Vale take the game by the scruff of the neck and soon put themselves 1-3 up. Vale continued to impress in the second half and added a forth before the game finished in a 1-4 win for Vale Wanderers after a great performance by both teams.


Best for Joeys were Rian Nolan, Eoin Fitzharris and Alex Reid.

Best for Vale were Shaun Sibanda, Kieran Holbrook and Comhal Murphy.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   8,  Parkville United AFC Black  0
Thursday 7 April 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys

On another beautiful evening on the Burrin Road, New Oak maintained their unbeaten home record with a comprehensive win against Parkville Utd. It took only 55 seconds to open the scoring when club captain, Cormac Lowry, assisted by Jamie McCormack, drove a hard low shot to the back of the Parkville net via the base of the left hand post.

New Oak dominated possession throughout and on 18 mins, it was 2-0 when Cormac Lowry, assisted on this occasion by Keelan Brennan, drove to the back of the net, giving the Parkville keeper little chance. And just two mins later, it was 3-0 when the impressive Zack Kelly drove down the left to cut it back for Keelan Brennan, who made no mistake from close range.

A very impressive Siobhan Sinnot hit the post on 22mins shortly before the same player made it 4-0 when she drove forward and was put in by Cormac Lowry to put the ball to the back of the Parkville net with a powerful shot. Half time 4-0.


The second half was only 7 mins old when New Oak made it 5-0 when again, Siobhan Sinnott was beautifully played thru by the hard working Ruairi Delaney, and Sinnott made no mistake. Delaney nearly made a goal for himself on 38mins when he drove down the right side and cut into the box only for his shot to go narrowly wide past the left hand post.

Keelan Brennan then had a chance when his shot was deflected onto crossbar following a great save by the Parkville keeper. But New Oak kept pressing and Brennan converted to the back of the net following a scramble from a Cormac Lowry corner.

New Oaks right back Conor Dooley got in on the act on 57mins when his driving run down the right, and a give and go with Cormac Lowry, put him in on goal and he made no mistake with a well drilled shot to the bottom left hand corner. And a minute from time Keelan Brennan, again assisted by the hard working Cormac Lowry, fired home to finish the game for a resounding win for New Oak.


Parkville tried hard throughout and were best served by Angie May Doran, Kai Quinn, Lorcan Cleary and Ryan Watchorn.


Best for the New Oak side on what was their last home league match of the season were Noah Duffy, Ruairi Delaney, Zack Kelly & Keelan Brennan.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic   2,  Hanover Harps AFC  1
Thursday 7 April 2022  Ballymurphy

Ballymurphy got the better of this very tight and good game of football in Ballymurphy this evening. Ballymurphy started the better and took the lead on 12 mins with a great individual goal from the outstanding Charlie Foley who raced up the line and beat two defenders before slotting the ball home.

Foley then made it 2-0 in 23 mins with another brilliant goal when he curled a shot on the run into the bottom corner. Hanover then came back into the game and scored a great goal on 28 mins with a curling shot by their striker into the bottom corner. HT 2-1


The second half was a cagey affair with no quarter asked or given with half chances for both sides but with no clear cut openings. Both keepers were outstanding throughout the second half and the game ended 2-1 to Bally with the return game fixed for a weeks time.

Hanover were very strong all over the pitch.

While Jack Ivers, Shane Jordan and Charlie Foley stood out for the home side.

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC   3,  Ballymurphy Celtic  1
Thursday 7 April 2022  Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers

Slaney had the best of the first half, with Dean Bowes scoring from close range on 10 minutes. Garrett Doyle let fly from outside the box on 20 minutes for 2-0 to Slaney, with Daniel O`Neill adding a third before half time. 3-0 to Slaney at half time.

In the second half, the Bally boys blazed two shots over the crossbar, before Noah Fitzpatrick`s fine effort, reduced the arrears to 3-1 and that is how the game finished.

Best for Ballymurphy were John Joyce and Sean Dalton. 

Best for Slaney were Michael Griffin, Ancor Fernandaz and Rian Nolan.

u13 Girls league 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow   0,  St Fiacc’s AFC  4
Thursday 7 April 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic

An entertaining game in Ballon and in the end St.Fiacc’s were just too strong for the fighting spirit of the Burrin Celtic girls. Congratulations to all involved with St.Fiacc’s in their league title. Final score a 4-0 win for St Fiaccs.

 
Best for Burrin Celtic were Abby Keppel, Ella Doyle and Kate Kearns.

While Ashlee Smith and Katelyn Moran stood out in a very talented Fiacc’s team.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC   1,  Vale Wanderers AFC  2
Saturday 9 April 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

On a bright and sunny morning on The Plots it was the visitors who began the game the better.  They caught Hanover flat footed several times before eventually getting the goal their play deserved through Ryan Cummins.  While the home side started to get a footing in the game, Vale were still dangerous from the break. 

The visitors made it two with a beautiful piece of control and tidy finish from Mathew Jordan on 20 minutes. Hanover pushed on and were awarded a penalty on 25 minutes but it was well saved by Vale’s keeper.  Harps kept pushing and eventually got on the score sheet when Diarmuid Redmond struck a fine free kick from range to the top corner to make it 1-2 at the break.

In the second half Harps pushed and had several goal line clearances to rue, but the hard work of the stubborn Vale defence stood the test and they held out for a deserved win.

Best for Hanover were: Senan Sheehan, Diarmuid Redmond, Shay O Grady, and Conor Wall.

Best for Vale were: Callum Byrne, Joey Drea, Alan Lawlor.

Under 16 Cup 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC   3,  St Fiacc’s AFC  2
Saturday 9 April 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

The sun was shining for Burrin Celtic as they met St Fiacc’s in the u16 Semi-final Cup.

Burrin started strong, Sean Dempsey played a great ball into Ruslans Mendeves but was denied by Fiacc’s goalie. Just 8 minutes in Johnny Maher crossed a cracker of a ball from midfield into Ruslans Mendeves getting Burrin’s 1st goal. Burrin’s midfield held strong and denied Fiacc’s from getting near Burrin’s goal. Dylan O’Reilly made a great run from centre field but Fiacc’s defence stopped him.

Fiacc’s attached in the 20th minute only to be met by Burrin’s goalie Dylan Cunningham making a great save. In the 22nd minute Fiacc’s were awarded a free from just outside the box and Oshoka scored Fiacc’s 1st goal. Burrin attacked again with a great through ball from Johnny Maher to Sean Dempsey who found the back of the net making it 2-1 to Burrin at halftime.

Both sides were strong in the 2nd half with a lot of equal play. With just 10 minutes to go Fiacc’s were on the attack and looking for goal but Burrin’s defence and good goal keeping kept them out until the last minute of the 2nd half when Shane Kelly scored Fiacc’s 2nd goal.

Ending 2-2 at full time. Extra time had to be played.

Just minutes into extra time Dylan O’Reilly took a free from outside the box to find Frankie Fitzgerald’s head but unfortunately hit the bar. Dylan O’Reilly stepped up to take another free and this time found the back of the net for Burrin’s 3rd goal and making this the winning goal for Burrin.

Best for Burrin were Johnny Maher, Dylan O’Reilly and Frankie Fitzgerald.

Best for Fiacc’s were Shane Kelly, Aidan Bradley and Shane Grant.

Under 15 Cup 2022

Bagenalstown AFC   4,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC Red  0
Saturday 9 April 2022  McGrath Park Bagenalstown

St Patrick’s traveled to Bagenalstown on a bright morning with the prospect of a 1/4 final place away to New Oak. Bagenalstown started strongly and held a lot of possession but missed a few chances before Ian Craddock pulled a ball across the box from a wide position and Kieran Curran got on the end of it for Bagenalstown to go 1-0 up after 13 minutes. 

Ian Craddock got on the score sheet after 21 minutes, putting away a good chance for the home team to go 2-0 up.  St Patricks had a ball cleared off the line by James Brennan to deny them one to get back into the game. Bagenalstown continued to put on the pressure but half time came and the score was 2-0 to the home side.

St Patrick’s tried to break through the Bagenalstown back line but some good controlled football from Sam Griffith and James Brennan made it difficult to break them down. Bagenalstown started to get a foothold back into the game and created a few chances before Jack Kehoe struck a sweet ball from well outside the 18 yard box into the top right-hand corner which would rival any goal of the season.

30 minutes gone and Bagenalstown 3-0.  The home side got their 4th when John Lillis slid his chance past the St Patrick’s keeper in the 34th minute. The final whistle came and the home side win 4-0.

Best for the home team were Adam Walsh. Luke McGrath and Paddy O’Neill.

Best for St Patrick’s were Fionn Dowling, Kieran Scully and Danny Keegan.

Under 15 Cup 2022

St Patrick’s Boys AFC-2 Green   4,  Ballymurphy Celtic  1
Saturday 9 April 2022  The Meadows Graiguecullen (St Pats Boys)

Ballymurphy were the visitors in the Meadows in what was a very good game of football between the two sides. Pats started the better and missed a lot of chances but a lot of credit has to go to the Ballymurphy goalkeeper who pulled off some brilliant saves all throughout the game. Brian Keating upfront for Pats was causing a lot of problems for the Ballymurphy defence but just could not get the ball into the net.

Pats had attack after attack but the Ballymurphy defence did very well and it wasn’t long before Ballymurphy started to have some chances of their own. At the 20-minute mark, Corie Purcell made a great run down the right and into the Ballymurphy box to toe-poke the ball into the Ballymurphy net to make it a deserved 1-0 to St. Pats. Ballymurphy responded to this and it could have easily been 1-1 at half time but Pats held out to leave the score 1-0 at the break.

Second half Ballymurphy came out and played some very good football and it wasn’t long before a long ball over the top confused the Pats defence and Ballymurphy took advantage to make it 1-1 with 15 mins to go. Kevin McKeon & Zak Hernan in Pat’s midfield were working their socks off and passed some great balls to the Pats strikers but the same as the first half the ball just would not go into the Ballymurphy net. Either team could have got the winner in full time but it finished 1-1 and the game entered Extra time.

Pats came out flying in the 1st half of extra time and a great run by Mikey Whelan down the left who passed to Robbie Roycroft and a quick one-two back to Mikey who slotted into the Ballymurphy net to make it 2-1 to Pats. Ballymurphy did not give up and had some great chances to make it 2-2 but it was Pats who got the 3rd when Kevin McKeon scored a brilliant goal.

Pats scored a 4th when Shayne Atkinson got in one on one with the Ballymurphy keeper who pulled off another great save but this time the ball came back to Shayne who slotted home to make the final score 4-1 to Pats.

A great cup game by both teams. The whole Ballymurphy team played very well.

Best for Pats was Fionn Doyle, Zak Hernan Ruari McEvoy and Kevin McKeon.

Under 14 Cup 2022

Nurney Villa AFC   1,  Bagenalstown AFC  3
Saturday 9 April 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

Bagenalstown started the stronger and put the home side under pressure from the off .Some excellent defending from Nurney saw the visitors unable to capitalise on their dominance until shortly before half time when Keelan O Sullivan made the break that saw Bagenalstown go in 1-0 up at half-time.

The second half saw Nurney come much more into the match and Daniel McAssey equalised after some good Nurney play. The rest of the game was an even affair, but Bagenalstown got their noses in front through Jason Salter midway through the second half. 

Nurney tried hard to get a second to bring the game to extra time .A third from Rory O Brien for Bagenalstown near the end after a goalmouth scramble was harsh on the home team who played their part in a very good game. Final score was 1-3 to Bagenalstown.

Both teams started and finished with the same eleven and all credit to both sets of players for an excellent game

Under 13 Cup 2022

St Patrick’s Boys AFC   4,  St Joseph’s AFC  2
Saturday 9 April 2022  The Meadows Graiguecullen (St Pats Boys)

A thrilling cup tie, a real classic saw rivals Joeys from Tinryland travel to The Meadows Graiguecullen. Joeys opened the tie with 2 goals but a rapid response from St Pats saw Jamie Cooney with 2 first half goals rachet up his tally to 9 for the season in a true strikers performance.

Star performances from Emily Kelly, Ryan Doody, Fionn McGrath and Maxym in goal. plus returning from injury Darragh McEvoy pushed our midfield comprised of Brandon Deane and Marcin Palak into fine positional play which eventually lead to a classic header from Jamie Deane in the second half to make it 3-2.

However it was a “man of the match” performance from Thomas Lawler who delivered the courage needed to keep the team together.  A closing goal from Alex Levy on his debut finished the game off 4-2 to St Pats.

Best for St Josephs were Robert Collins, Eoin MacGregor, Nathán Walsh, Daniel Byrne, Eddie Keenan and Max Duignan.

Under 13 Cup 2022

Hanover Harps AFC   5,  Baltinglass Town AFC  3
Saturday 9 April 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover hosted Baltinglass in their first cup game this morning in The Plots. Both teams came out very strong with the game nearing half time a nil all draw until Baltinglass were awarded a penalty to go 1-0 up. Hanover however didn’t put their heads down after that and replied with a fantastic header from Ronan Dooley to make it 1-1 at half time.

The second half was just as exciting as the first, Alex Broderick was brought down in the box for a Hanover penalty which Timmy Adeleye scored perfectly. Minutes later Timmy went on to score another beautiful goal. With everything to play for Baltinglass didn’t give up and battled hard to reply with a lovely shot on target bringing the score to 3-2. And in the dying minutes of the game scored a brilliant top corner goal to draw the game 3-3 full time. Sending the game into extra time.

In the first 10 minutes of extra time the game was very even with shots from both teams but none on target. Penalties were looking likely. However Brian Louw saved the day with a 30 yard strike from a free kick to put the home team ahead. And in the last few minutes of extra time Brian knocked in a superb header from a perfect corner by Charlie McHugh. Final score 5-3.

Goal scorers for Hanover Harps were Timmy Adeleye, Brian Louw & Ronan Dooley.

Goal scorers for Baltinglass were Josh Furlong, Ultan O Leary & Josh Barry Doyle.

Best for Hanover were Seán O Brien, Brian Louw & Alex Evesson.

Best for Baltinglass were Seán Byrne, Marcus Whittle & Rian Kennedy.

Under 13 Cup 2022

Crettyard United AFC   7,  Nurney Villa AFC  1
Saturday 9 April 2022  Crettyard Utd

Crettyard against Nurney in the cup with Cretty coming out on top. Cretty got off to a good start with Aaron (podgy) Brennan scoring straight from a corner. Cretty made it 2-0 minutes later when a corner fell to Fionnan Brennan who made no mistake with a cracking strike into the top corner. Then it was the turn of Aaron Brennan who cooly slotted into the bottom corner to make it 4-0 with Cian o Sullivan dominating the game he made it 5-0 at half time.

Second half Nurney who never gave up and tried really hard all game got a deserved goal to make it 5-1.But Cretty were not finished and got more goals to finish off the game the comfortable winners.

Best for Cretty were Cian O Sullivan, Aaron Brennan and Kalem Buggy.

Under 13 Cup 2022

Bagenalstown AFC   0,  New Oak Boys AFC  2
Saturday 9 April 2022  McGrath Park Bagenalstown

The home team started very brightly and were on top for much of the first half, they were rewarded for their efforts with a penalty however Cathal Kennedy pulled off an excellent save to keep the tie scoreless at half time.

The second half saw the away team come in to it more and they were rewarded when Kyle Kinsella was fouled in the area and Darragh Casey dispatched it. The home team continued to play well but squandered their chances. As they pushed hard for an equaliser New Oak caught them on the counter attack with a fine finish from Jack Travers. The home team kept pressing but couldn’t find a way through and the game finished 0-2.

Best for Bagenalstown were Jack Monaghan, Dylan Kearney and Alex Doyle.

Best for New Oak were Cian Hyland, Cormac Murphy and Leigh Slattery.

Under 13 Girls Cup 2022

Burrin Celtic AFC   5,  St Fiacc’s AFC  3
Saturday 9 April 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

On a sunny afternoon in Ballon two strong sides lined up for this semi-final. After a frantic start Anna Cullen crossed the ball for Lucy Kinsella to put Burrin Celtic 1-0 up. Fiaccs fought back quickly, and 2 quick goals gave them a 2-1 advantage at half time.


The second half started off a bit slower as both teams settled in the afternoon sun, a quick Burrin Celtic break saw Eimear Bolger level the score. Burrin Celtic found their passing game and Lucy Kinsella made it 3-2 for Burrin Celtic. But this St. Fiaccs side never know when they are beaten and Ashlee Simpson made it 3-3 to send it to extra time.


Extra time started and Eimear Bolger picked up on an error at the back and made it 4-3 to the home side. Fiaccs had a run of corners and caused lots of problems for the Burrin Celtic defence even hitting the post and crossbar in quick succession. Burrin Celtic broke free from the pressure and Eimear Bolger made it 5-3 sending Burrin Celtic through to the final and settling the nerves of everyone involved with the team.


Along with the goalscorers strong performances from Ella Doyle, Una McFarland, Kate Kearns, Aoife Bergin, Katie Hourihane and player of the match for Burrin Celtic was Lucy Malone who bravely went in goal after an injury to the keeper.


Fiaccs showed why they are league winners and their strong team and squad played their part in a great entertaining game.

Under 13 Girls Cup 2022

Nurney Villa AFC   1,  New Oak Boys AFC  2
Saturday 9 April 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

A cracking game on the Newtown Road saw the visitors secure their passage into the next round but only after a titanic battle from the home side. The game was played at a very high standard and with great intensity. New Oak opened well and after some early pressure Aoibhe Kehoe opened the scoring for the visitors with a close range finish. Nurney pressed and they were rewarded when the outstanding Natalie Decka finished off a great team move. New Oak remained patient and again hit Nurney on the break with another good team goal which was expertly finished by Emily Carpenter. This left it 2-1 to New Oak at halftime.

Nurney came out all guns blazing in the 2nd half and had several good chances to equalise including a great Decka shot which rattled the crossbar. But a resolute New Oak held on.

Best for Nurney were Natalie Decka, Alice and Hannah Carroll and Ella Kearney.

Best for New Oak were Raitlin Ryan and Cara Shields.

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC 1 2 Vale Wanderers AFC

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Crettyard United AFC 1 2 Hanover Harps AFC

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC 2 1 Burrin Celtic AFC

Nurney Villa AFC 1 2 St Fiacc’s AFC

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC 7 1 Nurney Villa AFC

Thursday 7 April 2022

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC 1 4 Vale Wanderers AFC

New Oak Boys AFC 7 0 Parkville United AFC Black

Ballymurphy Celtic 2 1 Hanover Harps AFC

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC 3 1 Ballymurphy Celtic

u13 Girls league 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow 0 4 St Fiacc’s AFC

Burrin Celtic AFC Pink 0 3 Nurney Villa AFC

Saturday 9 April 2022

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC 0 0 Parkville United AFC Black

Slaney Rovers AFC 1 7 New Oak Boys AFC

Hanover Harps AFC 1 2 Vale Wanderers AFC

Under 16 Cup 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC 3 2 St Fiacc’s AFC

St Patrick’s Boys AFC 0 2 Hanover Harps AFC

Under 15 Cup 2022

Bagenalstown AFC 4 0 St Patrick’s Boys AFC

Red Vale Wanderers AFC* 3 3 Parkville United AFC

Vale Wanderers AFC win 5-4 after pens

St Patrick’s Boys AFC-2 Green 4 1 Ballymurphy Celtic

Under 14 Cup 2022

Burrin Celtic AFC 3 0 Slaney Rovers AFC

Baltinglass Town AFC 0 3 St Patrick’s Boys AFC

St Anne’s AFC 2 7 Vale Wanderers AFC

St Joseph’s AFC 0 3 Hanover Harps AFC

Nurney Villa AFC 1 3 Bagenalstown AFC

Under 13 Cup 2022

St Anne’s AFC 3 0 Parkville United AFC

St Patrick’s Boys AFC 4 2 St Joseph’s AFC

Hanover Harps AFC 5 3 Baltinglass Town AFC

Crettyard United AFC 7 1 Nurney Villa AFC

Bagenalstown AFC 0 2 New Oak Boys AFC

Under 13 Girls Cup 2022

Burrin Celtic AFC 5 3 St Fiacc’s AFC

Nurney Villa AFC 1 2 New Oak Boys AFC

CDJL

Fixture Schedule we/e 16/04/2022

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Monday 11 April 2022


Under 15 Cup 2022:
St Anne’s AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 6.30pm, Referee: David Donegan.


Tuesday 12 April 2022


Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
St Joseph’s AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Martin Murphy
Ballymurphy Celtic v Parkville United AFC Black, 6.45pm, Referee: Chris Coleman


u13 Girls league 2021/22:


Nurney Villa AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow, 6.45pm, Referee: David Donegan
St Fiacc’s AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Pat Moran.


Wednesday 13 April 2022


Under 15 Cup 2022:
New Oak Boys AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 6.30pm, Referee: Joe Byrne


Under 11 Grading Comp playing u12 rules:
Vale Wanderers AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Martin Murphy
St Fiacc’s AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Club ref
St Anne’s AFC Green v St Patrick’s Boys AFC Red, 6.45pm, Referee: Club ref
Parkville United AFC Red v St Anne’s AFC White, 6.45pm, Referee: Club ref
Parkville United AFC Black v Kilree Celtic, 6.45pm, Referee: Club ref
Killeshin AFC v Nurney Villa AFC White, 6.45pm, Referee: Club ref
Hanover Harps AFC Black v St Patrick’s Boys AFC Green, 6.45pm, Referee: Club ref
Crettyard United AFC v Hanover Harps AFC Green, 6.45pm, Referee: Club ref.


Thursday 14 April 2022


Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
Hanover Harps AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 6.45pm, Referee: David Donegan

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
Ballymurphy Celtic v Parkville United AFC Red, 6.45pm, Referee: Chris Coleman
Killeshin AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Pat Moran


Under 15 Girls League 2021/22:
Burrin Celtic AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 6.45pm, Referee: Joe Byrne.


Saturday 16 April 2022


Under 15 Cup 2022:
Hanover Harps AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Martin Murphy
Vale Wanderers AFC v , 11.30am, Referee: Pat O’ Connor
St Patrick’s Boys AFC-2 Green v Crettyard United AFC, 10am, Referee: Paul Hunston


Under 14 Cup 2022:
Parkville United AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 11.45am, Referee: David Donegan
Vale Wanderers AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 10am, Referee: Pat O’ Connor
Hanover Harps AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 10am, Referee: Martin Murphy


Under 13 Cup 2022:
Burrin Celtic AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 10am, Referee: Joe Byrne
Crettyard United AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 10am, Referee: Pat Moran


Under 12 Cup 2022:
Slaney Rovers AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic Green, 10am, Referee: David Donegan
Ballymurphy Celtic White v New Oak Boys AFC, 11am, Referee: Chris Coleman
Killeshin AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 10am, Referee: Keith Purdy
Hanover Harps AFC v St Anne’s AFC, 1pm, Referee: Martin Murphy


Under 15 Girls Cup 2022:
St Fiacc’s AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 10am, Referee: Ken Donegan


Under 11 Grading Comp playing u12 rules:
Nurney Villa AFC White v St Anne’s AFC White, 11am
Killeshin AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 11.15am, Referee: Keith Purdy
St Fiacc’s AFC v Kilree Celtic, 11.30am, Referee: Ken Donegan
Crettyard United AFC v Parkville United AFC Black, 11.30am, Referee: Pat Moran
Burrin Celtic AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC Red, 11.30am, Referee: Joe Byrne
St Patrick’s Boys AFC Green v Hanover Harps AFC Green, 11.30am, Referee: Paul Hunston
Parkville United AFC Red v Vale Wanderers AFC, 1pm, Referee: David Donegan
Hanover Harps AFC Black v St Anne’s AFC Green, 2.30pm, Referee: Martin Murphy


Under 9 End year Blitz venue 1 Killeshin:
Hanover Harps AFC v Hanover Harps AFC-2, 1pm
Killeshin AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 1pm
Hanover Harps AFC-2 v Killeshin AFC, 1.45pm
St Fiacc’s AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 1.45pm
Hanover Harps AFC v Killeshin AFC, 2.30pm
St Fiacc’s AFC v Hanover Harps AFC-2, 2.30pm
Under 9 End year Blitz venue 2 Vale:
Bagenalstown AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 1pm
Ballymurphy Celtic v Kilree Celtic, 1pm
Kilree Celtic v Bagenalstown AFC, 1.30pm
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 1.30pm
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 1.30pm
Vale Wanderers AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 1.30pm
Ballymurphy Celtic v Vale Wanderers AFC, 2pm
Kilree Celtic v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 2pm


Under 9 End year Blitz venue 3 Burrin Celtic:
Burrin Celtic AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 1pm
Slaney Rovers AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 1pm
Parkville United AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 1.30pm
Slaney Rovers AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 1.30pm
Burrin Celtic AFC v Parkville United AFC, 2pm
New Oak Boys AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 2pm
Nurney Villa AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 2.30pm
Parkville United AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 2.30pm

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