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Murphy strikes late to seal points for Nurney Villa at Leighlinbridge

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   1,  Nurney Villa AFC  2
Friday 4 March 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

Vale and Nurney went head-to-head on a perfect Friday evening. The match started at a fast pace with Vale piling on the pressure. This pressure paid off in the 7th minute when Kate Burke broke down the right and fired a 20-yard shot into the Nurney goal.

A fantastic goal which would grace any game at any level. Nurney started to come into the game as the half progressed but didn’t really threaten. Then on the 25th minute Nurney pushed into the Vale box and Vale’s left back put in a tackle which resulted in a penalty to Nurney. Up stepped Sarah Murphy, who was excellent for Nurney, and slotted home to level the game 1-1 going in at half time.

The second half started with Vale having to make a few enforced changes. Nurney played very well on the counter with the ever-willing Sarah Murphy always a concern for Vale. Vale were racking up the chances on goal and on another day could have had a few more goals. Moya O’ Toole went close with a header from a corner, Sarah Devine rattled the crossbar with the keeper beaten and Alice Hickey was unlucky with two great chances.

Then with 8 minutes left Nurney broke on the counter again and Sarah Murphy slotted home to give Nurney the lead, 2-1.

Time ran out for Vale who were bitterly disappointed to lose this game. Quite rightly Nurney left the Superbowl delighted with their three points and the determination they put in was  a credit to their club. Final scoreline 2-1 to Nurney Villa.

Both teams played an excellent game and it shows that girls soccer is alive and well in Carlow.

Best for Nurney were Sarah Murphy, Roisin Murphy and Mai Craddock

Best for Vale were Kate Burke, Liadh Nolan and Sarah Devine.

Under 16 Cup 2021/22

St Fiacc’s AFC   5,  Vale Wanderers AFC  2
Saturday 5 March 2022  St Patricks College via George bernard shaw

A fresh, sunny spring morning in Carlow College saw St. Fiaccs entertain Vale Wanderers this morning in the U16s cup. The tone for this match was set early on with Oshoka Saliu scoring the opening goal of the game with just 3 minutes gone. St. Fiaccs midfield of captain Shane Grant, Calin Iancu, Lucas O’Neill and Harijs Peksens were playing some lovely football from the first whistle and creating chances for Oshoka Saliu and the hard-working Rian Ayres up front and this approach again paid off after 20 minutes when St. Fiaccs scored their second goal with Calin Iancu blasting a peach of a shot from the edge of the box into the top left-hand corner of the Vale goal. 2-0 at half time.

The second half began in the same vein but it was Vale who struck next with a goal from Cathal Moriarty. 2-1 and the game was finely balanced with Vale displaying fighting determination. A strong defensive performance was needed from the St. Fiaccs  defence of Rob Coleman, Josh Clear, Aidan Bradley, Ryan Donnelly-Finn and stand-in goalkeeper Adam Allaiouti, who typifies the St. Fiaccs team spirit, taking one for the team today and having a great game.

And with Coleman and Donnelly-Finn starting to click with wingers Sean Lydon-Hennessy and Lucas O’Neill, St Fiaccs grabbed a hold of the game. They struck next with Harijs Peksens scoring from an Oshoka Saliu assist and then it was the unstoppable Saliu himself who scored the St. Fiaccs fourth after a lovely pass from substitute Shane Kelly, to round off another excellent personal performance.

Vale never gave up on this game, fighting for every ball for the full 80 minutes. And the entertained supporters were treated to an absolute screamer of a free kick from Vales Ben Stanley, who from 30 yards out, rocketed his shot into the top right-hand corner of the St. Fiaccs goal. But, it was going to be St. Fiaccs day and they were justly rewarded for the free flowing football that they had played all morning. The fifth and final goal typified this, resulting in substitute Darragh Nolan scoring his 2nd goal in 3 games to round out the deserved 5-2 win.

Best for St. Fiaccs : Oshoka Saliu, Calin Iancu, Ryan Donnelly-Finn and Rob Coleman

Best for Vale Wanderers : Matt Burke, Eoin Bamberick and Kevin Lawlor who never stopped working for their team the whole game.

Under 16 Cup 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC   0,  Burrin Celtic AFC  2
Saturday 5 March 2022  McArdle Cross Tinryland (St Josephs)

Burrin got the better of the exchanges in the first half when Johnny Maher put them 1-0 up and Aaron Dowling made it 2-0 before half time.

St Josephs  came out a different team in the second half and had the better of the exchanges and were extremely unlucky not to score. The game finished 2-0 to Burrin.

Best for Burrin  Johnny Maher, Dillion O Reilly and Dillion Ruane.

Best for St Joseph’s were Oran O Boyle, Paddy Walsh and Sean Breen.

Under 16 Cup 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   3,  Ballymurphy Celtic  5
Saturday 5 March 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

Nurney took a 26th minute lead when Sam Hughes shot home. Ballymurphy equalised with a fine goal from TJ Caulfield in the 35th minute. Nurney regained the lead with a Padraig O’Brien goal just on half time.

PJ Caulfield equalised early in the 2nd half and Jack Kelly put Celtic 2-3 up. Loughlin Smith made it 2-4, Cian Meaney pulled a goal back from a penalty but Loughlin Smith scored again to close the scoring.Final score 3-5 to Ballymurphy.

Best for Ballymurphy Ciaran O’Neill, Jack Kelly and Loughlin Smith.

For Nurney Adam Kelly, Padraig O’Brien and Cian Meaney.

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC   5,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC  0
Saturday 5 March 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover Under 15’s bounced back from last week’s SFAI Cup defeat with a win in The Plots on Saturday morning. In the first half, St Pat’s who were short a number of players, played the better football without really threatening the home goal. The chances Hanover created were all squandered and it took a great half volley from Aaron Cunningham Burke just on half time to give them the lead.1-0 at the break.

The home team started the second period better and Daire Byrne headed in a pin-point Bailee Cooney free kick ten minutes in. Aaron Cunningham Burke got his second following a good team move. Daire Byrne made it 4-0 with a good left footed shot across the keeper. Just on the final whistle Bailee Cooney curled a free kick into the top corner to complete the scoring. The final score of 5-0 flattered Hanover who had good performances from Cody Molloy, Ewan Breen, Darragh Redmond and Leon Fitzgerald.

For an unlucky St Pat’s every player put in a great effort.

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   7,  Vale Wanderers AFC  1
Saturday 5 March 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)

Great morning to play a game in New Oak and the pitch in good condition. The meeting of two the top three placed teams in the U15s Division 2 league with New Oak Boys the league leaders hosting third placed Vale Wanderers. New Oak were missing a few players due to injury and sickness but started very well with a great shot from Bartosz but the ball went wide. In the 6th minute a quick counterattack and Kacper Zarzycki went one on one and scored for New Oak. New Oak dominated the game and scored another goal in the 8th minutes scored by Bartosz Teczar from a cross. In the 22nd minute Brian Santos finished off a great individual move and scored goal for a 3:0 lead for New Oak Boys. Vale fought back and in the 30th minute they got a free kick from 20 yards out and scored a goal to finish off the first half 3-1.

New Oak made a few changes for the second half and one of the subs Adam O’Neill scored from inside the box for 4-1. In the 60th minutes following some great action on the right flank and a good cross from Kacper to Sebastian Kalhal for him to score with a great header. In the 63rd minute Sebastian Furtak went on a solo run dribbling round the Vale players and scored a great goal from inside the box. In the 68th minute New Oak got a free kick and from 25 yards

Lee Smith, after rebounding the ball off the Vale wall followed up to score to leave the final score  7-1 to New Oak.

Best for New Oak: Kacper Zarzycki, Lee Smith & Brian Santos.

Best for Vale a good all-round team performance

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   1,  Parkville United AFC  4
Saturday 5 March 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

An even 1st half saw Nurney come close before Parkville opened the scoring for a 1-0 lead. The home side equalised through Corey Searson. Parkville regained the lead 2-1 with an Adam Cleary goal just before the break.

The 2nd half saw the away side dominate and Adam Cleary scored his second and Parkville’s third before a Dean Kehoe penalty ended the scoring. Final score 1-4 to Parkville United.

Other goalscorer for Parkville was Marcus Ragalis.

Best for Nurney were Jack Murphy, Thomas Sheehan and Corey Searson.

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC   0,  New Oak Boys AFC  1
Saturday 5 March 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover Harps met New Oak at home for an early start on a cold but sunny morning. New Oak started off brightly scoring in the 3rd minute. Hanover replied strongly but just couldn’t find the back of the net. Half time score 1-0 to New Oak.

Hanover pushed hard for the equaliser in the second half playing with most of the possession but it wasn’t to be their day.

Best for Hanover Harps were Adam Haughney, Charlie McHugh & Alex Evesson.

Best for New Oak were Darragh Casey, Siobhán Sinnott & Ethan Hutton


Goal scorer for New Oak was Kaylem Geoghegan.

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Crettyard United AFC   1,  Bagenalstown AFC  1
Saturday 5 March 2022  Crettyard Utd

Crettyard and Bagnelstown met in this game with both sides very evenly matched throughout the whole game. It was a game of very few chances. At the end of the first half  Crettyard took a quick free kick which Aaron Brennan crossed in to the box with the ball advancing to the net only to be ruled out for offside. 0-0 at halftime.

The second half pretty much the same as the first with both teams having a lot of possession in the middle of the field. With just a minute to go Crettyard pushed hard for a goal and got their reward with Michael Brennan putting a great ball through to put Fionnan Brennan through and he finished to the net but straight from the kick-off Bagnelstown went long and forced a corner with a really good delivery the ball was bouncing around in the box and eventually poked home with the last kick of the game to force a draw. Final result 1-1.

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

Baltinglass Town AFC   5,  Parkville United AFC  2
Saturday 5 March 2022  Parkmore Baltinglass

Baltinglass got off to a great start with Josh Barry Doyle scoring in the first 10 minutes. Parkville were quick to fight back but Balto’s goalkeeper Jack Peter Nolan pulled off a great save. Balto were quick to push forward again with a great goal from Tony Kelly. Balto kept fighting and Sean Byrne got the 3rd goal for them. Just before half time Josh Barry Doyle gets his second goal of the match and Balto’s 4th. Half time score Baltinglass 4-0 Parkville


Parkville were ready for the second half and came out fighting hard and a lovely goal from Ryan  has Parkville back in the game. Baltinglass weren’t ready to give up with Tony Kelly crossing a ball in from the corner and Josh Barry Doyle gets his head to it completing his hat trick. Parkville fought back hard and Luke McGrath got a great goal from the edge of the box. A great game from both teams in Parkmore. Final score Baltinglass 5-2 Parkville.


Best for Baltinglass were Peter Doyle, Josh Furlong & Harry Murphy.

Best for Parkville were Noah Keogh, Cormac Clifford & Hannah Coady

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC   0,  Parkville United AFC Black  3
Saturday 5 March 2022  Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers

Slaney had all the possession in the first half, with efforts from Will Darcy and Adam Curry just wide of the target. It was scoreless at half time with no reward for the efforts of Rory Cullen, Adam Curry and Peter Lawlor.

Parkville were out of the blocks early in the second half with a fine early strike from Tomas Doran and a late brace from Ka1 Quinn, made it 0-3.

The visitors were well served by Luke O’Connor, Lorcan Cleary, Jack Robinson, and Ryan Watchorn.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC   5,  Vale Wanderers AFC  1
Saturday 5 March 2022  McArdle Cross Tinryland (St Josephs)

Today’s match between Joeys and Vale was a hard-fought battle however St Joseph’s took their chances and came out on top.

Best for Joeys, Alex Reid, Rein Nolan, Bobby Mulhern, Sean Reid, Kean Dolan, Owen Fitzharris and Dan Keogh.

Best for Vale were James Aughney,  Bob Phelan, Sean Foley.

Vale goalscorer was Ryan Cummins.

Joeys goal scores were Sean Reid, Owen Fitzharris, Bobby Mulhern.

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   2,  Hanover Harps AFC  1
Saturday 5 March 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)

New Oak boys edged this hotly contested div 1 clash in their Burrin Rd grounds Saturday afternoon. Starting as they would continue on the front foot, New Oak set the tone for this top of the table clash with a series of excellent corner deliveries from both Cormac Lowry and Keelan Brennan that Hanover did well clearing. Hanover had a chance from a free that Oisin Rice cleared from his penalty area. Daniel Custerson was getting his side on the front foot with strong runs from midfield, one such run finding Keelan Brennan again to go close. On 18 minutes, Cormac Lowry sent a free kick in from the right of midfield and Jamie McCormack rose above everyone to send a looping header into the far corner to put New Oak ahead 1-0. New Oak were dominating at this point and on 22 mins another great corner delivery from Kealan Brennan was well saved by the Hanover keeper but Jamie McCormack reacted quickest to finish the ball to the net. 2-0 to New Oak. Hanover’s response was immediate and they had a free that rattled the crossbar just on half time, New Oak ahead, 2-0 at the break.

Right on the restart Hanover pressure was evident and they got a corner right from the kick-off. A well delivered corner saw a goalmouth scramble that Cian Howard finished from close range to make it 2-1 New Oak defence were solid from there on, with great break away attacks down both wings by Zack Kelly and Noah Duffy putting the pressure back on Hanover. Quick thinking from Nigel Coughlan in goal found Ruairi Delaney and his excellent hold up play set Oisin Rice and Kian Hutton away for chances defended well by Hanover. Kian Hutton was now setting New Oak on the front foot and a number of corners resulted. Excellent goalkeeping from Hanover kept two Keelan Brennan efforts out, before Oisin Rice saw his effort going just the wrong side of the upright from a delightful lob of the onrushing keeper. The final few minutes saw Hanover press trying to equalise but Nigel Coughlan in goal, Fiach Donnelly, Conor Dooley and Kayden Dargan in defence closed the door to each threat. Final score 2-1 to New Oak Boys.

Best for Hanover : they had great performances in Joeseph McDermot, Senan Sheehan, Nathaniel Jakubiec & Daire Brady.

New Oaks best were : a great squad effort with great displays from Fiach Donnelly, Daniel Custerson, Cormac Lowry, Keelan Brennan and Jamie McCormack.

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC   1,  Killeshin AFC  0
Saturday 5 March 2022  Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers

The visitors had the best of the first half but were denied a score by three good saves from keeper Michael Griffin and some calm defending from Ancor Fernandaz. First half finishing scoreless.

Shortly after the break, Dean Bowes caused havoc, by running at the visitors defence and his pass found Garrett Doyle in space, to fire home the winning goal for Slaney.

One goal was all they needed for full points, thanks to the efforts of Robbie Bowes, Ancor Fernandaz and Nathan Young.

While Killeshin were well served by Luke Moore, Finn Brennan and Sam Kelly.

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC   3,  Ballymurphy Celtic  0
Saturday 5 March 2022  Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)

Great morning for football on the Burrin Road this morning with New Oak coming out with the win against Ballymurphy. New Oak’s first chance came in the 5th minute when Joshua Crosby put a header from a corner over the bar. New Oak kept the pressure on with Luana Whelan going close before, on the 12th minute, a free kick on the edge of the box was excellently struck into the bottom corner of the Ballymurphy net by Calum Quiqley to put the home side 1-0 up. New Oak had a number of further efforts from Calum, Dara Tunstead and Joshua Crosby but the Ballymurphy keeper held everything brilliantly. Ballymurphy came into the game and on the 19th minute New Oak had a lucky escape when a fine dribble down Ballymurphy’s left resulted in a great cross that evaded everyone but for Phoenix Lawlor, who was excellent all game, and he was there to clear up just before a Ballymurphy player could and who would have had an easy tap in. Ballymurphy had the better of the rest of a scrappy first half without making any clear cut chances. Half-time score 1-0 to New Oak Boys.

After the break New Oak were quick to double their lead when on the 34th minute Luana Whelan exquisitely controlled a goal kick and she very calmly dribbled into the area before coolly slotting the ball past the on-rushing keeper. On the 36th minute Ballymurphy had another great chance when a bouncing ball deceived the otherwise flawless, Mikey McCarty in the New Oak goal but was saved thanks to a great recovery from the New Oak defence. New Oak pressed for more with shots from Aj Bolger, Calum Quiqley & Gabriel De Sa, all again being well saved by the Ballymurphy keeper. On 49 minutes Gabriel De Sa perfectly found Fionn Brophy in a great position just inside the Ballymurphy penalty box and like Luana before him he calmly dribbled in and coolly slotted it home for New Oak’s 3rd goal of the game. Ballymurphy again tried to get the goal their efforts deserved but to no avail, and New Oak couldn’t add to the 3-0 scoreline despite further efforts from Luana, Dara, Calum & Aj.

Final score New Oak Boys 3 Ballymurphy Celtic 0

Best for New Oak were Mikey McCarty, Evan Glynn and Bryan-Lee Murphy.

Best for Ballymurphy were Faye Doyle, Jimmy Kavanagh & Kyle Condon.

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

St Fiacc’s AFC   2,  Burrin Celtic AFC  1
Saturday 5 March 2022  St Patricks College via George bernard shaw

St Fiaccs took all 3 points in a must win game to keep their league title bid on track against a resilient Burrin Celtic side. Fiaccs started the game on the front foot and took an early lead when a pin-point pass from Hanna Kerfah found Ashlee Smith who finished superbly past the Burrin keeper. Ali O Connor and Mia Branagan were running the midfield at this stage and not giving Burrin many chances with Leah Mannion getting the best of any chances they did get. Burrin did equalize however after 20 mins following an error in the backline which let in Shannon Green who lifted the ball over Kerri McDonald in the Fiaccs goal to equalise. Ht 1-1.

Fiaccs again started the second half on the front foot without creating too many chances. Leah Cummins Nelson had the best chance but put the ball in the side netting. With 20 mins remaining Hannah Matthews came on and within 5 mins had scored after some great work from Ashlee Smith and Nadine O Reilly up front. Fiaccs held possession well after this and saw out the remaining minutes comfortably to cut the gap on Burrin. Final score 2-1 to St Fiaccs.

Best for St Fiaccs were Ali O Connor, Mia Branagan and Hanna Kerfah.

While Shannon Green, Peggie Byrne and Hannah Hutton stood out for Burrin.

CDJL Results w/e 05/03/2022 Home     Away Friday 4 March 2022

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22 Vale Wanderers AFC 1 2 Nurney Villa AFC

Saturday 5 March 2022

Under 16 Cup 2021/22 St Fiacc’s AFC 5 2 Vale Wanderers AFC

St Joseph’s AFC 0 2 Burrin Celtic AFC

Nurney Villa AFC 3 5 Ballymurphy Celtic

U16 SFAI Cup 2021/22 Hanover Harps AFC 1 2 Youghal United

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC 5 0 St Patrick’s Boys AFC

Hanover Harps AFC 3 0 Ballymurphy Celtic FC

Crettyard United AFC 0 2 Bagenalstown AFC

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

New Oak Boys AFC 7 1 Vale Wanderers AFC

Nurney Villa AFC 1 4 Parkville United AFC

Under14 League Division two 2021/22

Baltinglass Town AFC 3 5 Parkville United AFC

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC 0 1 New Oak Boys AFC

Crettyard United AFC 1 1 Bagenalstown AFC

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

Killeshin AFC 0 3 Nurney Villa AFC

Baltinglass Town AFC 5 2 Parkville United AFC

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC 0 3 Parkville United AFC Black

St Joseph’s AFC 5 1 Vale Wanderers AFC

New Oak Boys AFC 2 1 Hanover Harps AFC

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC 1 0 Killeshin AFC

New Oak Boys AFC 3 0 Ballymurphy Celtic

Under 15 Girls League 2021/22

St Fiacc’s AFC 2 1 Burrin Celtic AFC

CDJL

Fixture Schedule w/e 12/03/2022

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Saturday 12 March 2022


Under 11 Grading Comp playing u12 rules:
Parkville United AFC Black v Hanover Harps AFC Black, 10am, Referee: Club ref
Kilree Celtic v St Anne’s AFC White, 11am, Referee: Club ref
Killeshin AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC Green, 11am, Referee: Club ref
Crettyard United AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC Red, 11am, Referee: Club ref
New Oak Boys AFC v St Anne’s AFC Green, 11.15am, Referee: Kieran Collins
Burrin Celtic AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Club ref
Nurney Villa AFC White v Parkville United AFC Red, 2.30pm, Referee: Club ref


Under 16 Cup 2021/22:
Ballymurphy Celtic v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 10am, Referee: Chris Coleman
Hanover Harps AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 10am, Referee: Pat Moran
Nurney Villa AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 10am, Referee: Paul Hunston
Vale Wanderers AFC v Killeshin AFC, 10am, Referee: Joe Byrne


Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22:
St Anne’s AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 10am, Referee: Luke Nolan
Hanover Harps AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Pat Moran


Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22:
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 10am, Referee: Artur Bienko
Vale Wanderers AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Joe Byrne
Slaney Rovers AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 1.15pm, Referee: Martin Murphy


Under 14 League Division One 2021/22:
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 11.15am, Referee: Artur Bienko
Hanover Harps AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 1pm, Referee: Pat Moran
Slaney Rovers AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 2.30pm, Referee: Martin Murphy


Under14 League Division two 2021/22:
St Anne’s AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 11.15am, Referee: Luke Nolan
Baltinglass Town AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 11.15am, Referee: Martin Murphy


Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22:
New Oak Boys AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 10am, Referee: Kieran Collins
St Anne’s AFC v Crettyard United AFC, 12.45pm, Referee: Luke Nolan


Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22:
Baltinglass Town AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 10am, Referee: Martin Murphy
Nurney Villa AFC v Parkville United AFC, 12.45pm, Referee: Paul Hunston


Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
Parkville United AFC Black v Hanover Harps AFC, 11.30am, Referee: David Donegan
Ballymurphy Celtic v New Oak Boys AFC, 12.45pm, Referee: Chris Coleman
Vale Wanderers AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 1pm, Referee: Joe Byrne

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22:
Ballymurphy Celtic v St Anne’s AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Chris Coleman
Parkville United AFC Red v Slaney Rovers AFC, 12.45pm, Referee: David Donegan


u13 Girls league 2021/22:
Burrin Celtic AFC Pink v Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow, 10am, Referee: David Donegan
Nurney Villa AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Paul Hunston


U9 Non Competitive:
Killeshin AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 10am
St Fiacc’s AFC v St Anne’s AFC, 11am
Hanover Harps black v Hanover Harps green, 11am
Burrin Celtic AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 11am
Bagenalstown AFC v Parkville United AFC, 11am
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Nurney Villa AFC, 11.30am
Kilree Celtic Red v Vale Wanderers AFC, 12.30pm

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