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U15 SFAI cup 2021/22

Bagenalstown AFC   3,  Deen Celtic  0
Saturday 4 December 2021  McGrath Park Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown hosted Deen Celtic in the 3rd Round of the SFAI Cup on a lovely bright morning. From the kick-off Bagenalstown were pressing every ball and winning possession and pushing forward

. They were looking for an early break through and it came after 10 minutes with some great running up the right wing from James Brennan who crossed a ball across the box which was put away powerfully by Ian Craddock.

Deen Celtic started to come into the game more and more but some great defending and good offside traps by the back four of Luke McGrath, Filip Kaczmarkiewicz, Alan Wall and Eric Williams denied them repeatedly.

Bagenalstown were looking for the second goal to give themselves some breathing space and pushed forward at every opportunity and in the 27th minute they won a penalty after Adam Walsh was brought down and John Lillis stepped up and sent the keeper the wrong way.

As halftime approached Bagenalstown pressed on with Daniel Whelan running at the Deen Celtic defence but some last ditch defending kept the score 2-0 at halftime.

The home teams objective was to manage the game now and maintain their lead. Deen Celtic pushed on with the wind in their backs and tested Kyle Clarke in the Bagenalstown goal a few times, but he was well up to the task. Bagenalstown took control of the midfield with strong play from Ian Craddock, Jack Keogh and James Cushen supplying some good ball into John O’Reirdon.

Bagenalstown were on the hunt for the third goal and with 8 minutes to go Adam Walsh was first to a loose ball to put it away and seal victory at 3-0. Bagenalstown brought on Samuel Griffith and Paddy O’Neill to see the last few minutes out.

A very fair game with both sides there to play football and not one yellow card was issued.

Under 16 League 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC   8,  Ballymurphy Celtic FC  0
Saturday 4 December 2021  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover took the points on a fine morning in the plots.  They took the lead when Joel Abu slid Roland Sanni nicely through to finish smartly to the corner of the net. Their lead was doubled when Roland Sanni won possession from a Ballymurphy defender and rounded the impressive Ballymurphy keeper to finish. A great passing move between Senan Ryan and Jamie Coakley provided Hanover with their third, this time Mikel with the neat finish.  A string of excellent saves by the Ballymurphy keeper and some wasteful finishing by Hanover kept the score to 3-0 at half time. 

Ballymurphy were restricted to a few attacks on the counter which the Hanover defence dealt with comfortably. Mikel got Hanover’s fourth early in the second half when latching on to a cross by Senan Ryan. A fifth came when Mikel aka Magic Mike went on one of his now trademark solo run runs before dinking over the keeper. Joel Abu scored a sixth with a powerful strike after a nice piece of skill to beat his defender. Mikel scored a 7th and 8th for Hanover, one with another mazy dribble after a one two with Senan Ryan, the other a left footed half volley from the edge of the box to round off a great individual performance.

 A strong performance by Hanover again depleted by other sports commitments with Jomilio Salvador, Jamie Coakley and Daniel Whelan prominent.

Ballymurphy had good performers in Lachlan Smith, Jack Foley and the busy goalkeeper.

Under 16 League 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC   7,  St Joseph’s AFC  2
Saturday 4 December 2021  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

Burrin Celtic started off strong with some great chances but which were defended well by St. Joseph’s. Burrin’s first goal came after the 6th minute with a powerful goal from Aaron Dowling. St. Joseph’s tried for a goal but it was defended by Jamie Maher, who passed it into Aaron Dowling who was denied by St. Joseph’s defence but at the expense of a penalty, taken by David McHugh and scored in the 12th minute, to make the score 2-0.

David McHugh took a free from the halfway line and straight into the box to find Ruslans Mendeves for Burrin’s third goal. St. Joseph’s attacks were well defended and saved by Burrin’s goalie Dylan Cunningham.

The second half started with Johnny Maher passing the ball into Ruslans Mendeves who scored his 2nd goal for Burrin. Just after 8 minutes gone in the 2nd half Sean Dempsey played a great ball into Ruslans Mendeves who scored a nice goal for Burrin Celtic. St. Joseph’s came back strong and scored their first goal, scored by Sean Breen. Not long after that the score changed again when St. Joseph’s Keelan Quigley scored, making the score 5-2.

Burrin Celtic were awarded another penalty, taken and scored by David McHugh. A few minutes later Luke Dowty scored another for Burrin Celtic. St. Joseph’s attached again but were denied by a great Burrin Celtic defence. Dylan O’Reilly played a great ball into Danny Gibson to score another goal for Burrin Celtic in the 28th minute.

Soon after Kyle Abbey got another Burrin Celtic goal. With just a few minutes left in the match Martin Carroll scored the final goal of the match to ensure full points for Burrin Celtic.

A great game of soccer played by Burrin Celtic and St. Joseph’s.

Best for St. Joseph’s: Charlie Decay, David Lynch and Alex Gordon.
Best for Burrin Celtic: Jamie Maher, Sean Dempsey and Rory McCaffrey.

Under 16 League 2021/22

St Fiacc’s AFC   4,  Killeshin AFC  1
Saturday 4 December 2021  Knockbeg School

A tense and entertaining game this morning played in wet and muddy conditions out in Knockbeg College. The tone for the match was set in a frenetic first 10 minutes. St. Fiaccs struck first in the 2nd minute with a powerful headed goal from captain Shane Grant, who was immense the whole game. This was quickly followed by a Killeshin equaliser from

Michaël Dooley in the 6th minute, who ran down the Fiaccs keeper, dispossessed him and finished into an empty goal and the game was on ! Killeshin were in the ascendancy and in the 10th minute Evan Askins played in Zach Owens but his effort was saved.

On 23 minutes Danny Malone released Michael Dooley but the Fiaccs keeper made the save on this occasion. The first half was a back and forth contest with the St. Fiaccs midfield of Calin Iancu, Sean Lydon-Hennessy, Shane Grant and Lucas O’Neill having a great battle with their opposing counterparts from Killeshin, Evan Askins, Danny Malone, Patrick Fitzgerald and Killian McCutcheon.

Cody Tucker in the St. Fiaccs goal was forced into some good saves from the Killeshin attack as was his compatriot in the opposing goal, Luke Hennessy, who made some fine saves from the St. Fiaccs forwards.

Dylan Murphy in particular was a constant thorn in the side of the Killeshin defense of Calum Hayden, Jack Brennan, Pauric Moran and Sean Dowling. But they stood firm and stuck together in the face of the St. Fiaccs attacks and so it was 1-1 at half time.

St. Fiaccs came out in the 2nd half looking to make their constant attacking threat pay off. The home side were lucky though not to concede in the 42nd minute when a Sean Dowling free kick was frantically cleared from the six-yard box after 3 attempts.

On 44 minutes Fiaccs got a free on the edge of the Killeshin penalty area but the effort went high and wide. Killeshin were on top at this stage with Fiaccs depending on the counter-attack to cause any problems. Michael Dooley was running at the St. Fiaccs  defence at every opportunity and another Sean Dowling free caused serious problems in the Fiaccs box, with Pauric Moran almost knocking this one in on 52 minutes.

A second yellow card reduced Killeshin to 10 men but St Fiaccs could not make them pay, with the resulting free kick from the edge of the box whistling just over the bar. St. Fiaccs introduced Jayden Kelly and Rian Ayres into the fray and it was to prove the undoing of Killeshin, with the former scoring directly from a corner kick into the Killeshin goal on the 67th minute.

It was no more than St. Fiaccs deserved from the run of play at this stage and was quickly followed by a 3rd goal from fellow substitute Rian Ayres following a goal mouth scramble that Killeshin had defended vigorously, putting their bodies on the line for their team.  

The St. Fiaccs back four of Rob Coleman, Josh Clear, Aidan Bradley and Ryan Donnelly-Finn have developed into a strong unit, conceding only 2 goals in the last 3 games and again held strong to ensure that no further goals were conceded. It was left for a moment of magic from St Fiaccs to kill the game with a 4th goal.

Shane Kelly feeding the deadly duo of Dylan Murphy and Patrick O’ Connor, who combined with some lovely interchanges and footwork resulting in Patrick O’ Connor finishing the move off beautifully. An entertaining game, with both teams fully committed to the cause, and a lively atmosphere despite the cold weather. St. Fiaccs deserved 4-1 winners on the day. 

Best for Killeshin were Michael Dooley, Sean Dowling and Jack Brennan

Best for Fiaccs were Shane Grant, Dylan Murphy and the back four in defen

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22

St Anne’s AFC   4,  Crettyard United AFC  0
Saturday 4 December 2021  Ballylinan (St Annes)

On a cold Saturday morning two local sides met in St Annes for what does always be a very entertaining match between both sides. Annes started well and found the back of the net first from a header from the waiting Bryan Byrne. Crettyard started to play and piled pressure on the St Annes defence but they stood strong. Annes went on to score again from Seamus Lynch to find the back of the net from some great footwork from Bryan Byrne only for the goal to be disallowed. Half time finished 1-0.

Annes had the wind at their backs in the second half and piled on pressure to find the back of the net from Jack Julian who struck outside the box to the bottom corner. Annes tails were up and they had shot after shot eventually they found the net again from another outside the box strike from Ennae Byrne. Crettyard tried to rally and catch St Annes on the break but both defence and keeper for St Annes stood strong. The last goal of the match was from Seamus Lynch who finished a cross to the box. St Annes had several more chances from some great passing but failed to find the back of the net again. A clean sheet for St Annes keeper. Overall a very entertaining game.

Best for St Annes were Calum Mc Elroy, Sean Baldwin and Eoin Mulhall.

Best for Crettyard was Evan Dunne, James Keating, Bobby Rowan and Kyle O Reilly.

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC   6,  Ballymurphy Celtic FC  0
Saturday 4 December 2021  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

A good win for Hanover Under 15 team v Ballymurphy in a freezing cold Plots on Saturday morning. The home team were out of the blocks quickly and took the lead through Sean Hayden after 5 minutes. A long range Eoin Ryan shot doubled the lead ten minutes later. Ballymurphy rattled the Hanover bar with a long-range free kick before Aaron Cunningham Burke scored to leave it 3-0 to Hanover at the break.

The home team pushed on in the second half and Sam McHugh, Aaron Cunningham Burke and Spain’s Oier Farinas added to their goal tally.

Ballymurphy battled hard as a team all through.

Hanover had good performances from Dermot Lawlor, Jack Woods, Dara Nolan and Darragh Redmond.

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC   5,  Parkville United AFC  3
Saturday 4 December 2021  Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers

On a bitter day in Rathvilly, the first-half was an even-enough game, with Slaney opening the scoring from a Lee Fanning free-kick on 16 minutes. The visitors responded with a close-range finish from Cian Kinsella to leave it 1-1 half-time.

After the break, great combination play between Daragh Corcoran and Dylan Byrne with the latter finishing well for 2-1. Daragh Corcoran was also involved in Slaney’s third goal when he was upended for a penalty which Connor Dooly blasted home from the spot for 3-1. Adam Clancy and Ben Shannon reduced the arrears with fine efforts to reward a good team performance from the visitors but a late well-taken brace from Darragh Corcoran earned Slaney all three points.

Slaney was well served by Oisin Reardan, Sean Barrett and ‘keeper Bryce Gardiner.

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   0,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC  1
Saturday 4 December 2021  Newtown Rd Nurney

A first half goal from Scott Lawlor was the only score in a very even game on Saturday morning in Nurney .Although St Pats hit the crossbar and post the home team will feel that they were unlucky to miss out on a point .Both teams had periods of dominance but neither could make any of them count. Goal chances were at a premium in blustery conditions.

Apart from the goal-scorer, best for St. Pats were Dylan Kearns, Danny Keegan and goalkeeper Ciara Kelly.

Best for Nurney were Billy Konsoulas, Dara Nolan, Kerry Phelan and Corey Searson.

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC   6,  Bagenalstown AFC  0
Saturday 4 December 2021  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

On a sunny, cold and breezy morning at the Valley in Ballon it was Bagenalstown who started very strong and made some good attacking runs on the right wing. Burrin Celtic responded and came close to scoring on a couple of occasions, with the Bagenalstown goalkeeper making two great saves. Jorge Lara broke the deadlock, scoring just before half time with a header at close range.

The second half started lively with a well taken goal by Freddie Gibson. Jorge Lara scored twice more in quick succession to seal the hat trick. Both teams made some very good passages of play before Freddie Gibson broke free to score a second. Just before the final whistle Burrin Celtic were awarded a penalty and James Bergin scored from the rebound after the Bagenalstown goalkeeper made a fine save.

Best for Burrin Celtic were Jorge Lara, Freddie GIbson and Luke Ruddock.

Best for Bagenalstown were Keelan O’Sullivan and Paul Carroll

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Bagenalstown AFC   2,  Hanover Harps AFC  2
Saturday 4 December 2021  McGrath Park Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown welcomed Hanover to the MacGrath Park on Saturday morning, and it was the visitors who got off to the better start going 1-0 up after capitalising on some indecision in the town defence. Bagenalstown battled hard and were rewarded with an equaliser with a fine finish from Jake Slavateski after a great run from Dylan Kearney. Hanover got back on top and took the lead again before half time.

The second half saw some great battling from both teams and proved a very exciting affair with Bagenalstown getting a deserved equaliser with a fine finish from Alex Doyle. The game finished 2-2 with the points shared.

Best for Bagenalstown were David Roche, Kyle O‘Brien and Dylan Kearney.

Best for Hanover were Callum O’Brien and Alex Broderick.

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC   3,  New Oak Boys AFC  2
Saturday 4 December 2021  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celti

On a cold morning in Ballon, Burrin Celtic defied the odds to beat an inform New Oak team. Jack Cantwell put Burrin 1-0 ahead after 5 minutes with a lovely chip over the keeper. New Oak quickly responded to make it 1-1. Both teams played some excellent football and both defences on top for parts of the game. Rhys Byrne and James Nolan were unbeatable in the Burrin defence and denied a few goal scoring opportunities.

The second half was all Burrin Celtic and they went 2-1 up 5 minutes in, with a fine goal from Bobby Finn, but again New Oak quickly responded with a goal to make it 2-2. Burrin constantly pressed and put New Oak under pressure that paid off with Bobby Finn to get his second of the day and put Burrin 3-2 up. New Oak tried everything they could to break down Burrin but they could not manage to do so. An excellent win that was overdue for Burrin Celtic.

Best for Burrin Celtic were Colm Donald, Robbie Kelliher, James Nolan and Rhys Byrne.

Best for New Oak were Daniel Nolan, Darragh Casey, Cormac Murphy (1 goal) and Leigh Slattery (1 goal)

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC   0,  New Oak Boys AFC  5
Saturday 4 December 2021  Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers

A Keelan Brennan hat-trick and a brace from Cormac Lowry rewarded the efforts of Kayden Dargan and Conor Dooley. Slaney ‘s young side gave it everything especially Conor Robinson and Ella Corcoran.

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Parkville United AFC Red   7,  Ballymurphy Celtic  1
Saturday 4 December 2021  Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)

It was another successful day for Parkville in Hawkins Lane this morning against Ballymurphy. Tomas Doran got the home side off to a great start in the 13th min after some good passing between Noel Butler and Cody Doyle. Doran added his second 4mins later with a lovely assist from Tymek Plonka. Ballamurphy’s defence stayed firm with pressure from the home team and their hard work was rewarded with a goal to leave it 2-1 at the break.

The teams were evenly matched for the first quarter of the second half with both teams producing good chances. Good passing between Will Myers and Johnny Kelly down Parkville’s right led to a well taken strike from Alfie Haberlin Brennan. Parkville’s confidence seemed to lift after that and Paudi Connolly added their 4th assisted by some good play from Keelan Bolger. Bobby Cullen added the 5th in the 52nd min with a great strike from distance. Keelan Bolger got the 6th for the home side in the 56th min and Dara Murphy completed the days scoring just before the full-time whistle.

A good all-round performance from Parkville especially Tomas Doran, Max o Donoghue and Bobby Cullen.Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Slaney Rovers AFC   1,  St Anne’s AFC  4
Saturday 4 December 2021  Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers

Saints took an early lead from a well-taken penalty by Mikey Murphy on ten minutes. Slaney responded within five minutes, following a clever pass from Rian Nolan and a great finish from Nathan Young for 1-1. Mikey Murphy scored again on the stroke of half-time for 1-2 at the break.

Saints recorded second-half scores from Myles Nelligan and Jamie Reardon to reward the efforts of Jake Brophy and Jake Kelly. Slaney were well served by Rian Nolan and Robert Sheridan.

u13 Girls league 2021/22

St Fiacc’s AFC   7,  Burrin Celtic AFC Pink  0
Saturday 4 December 2021  Knockbeg School

A controlled performance from St Fiaccs from start to finish saw them run out convincing winners of this match in Knockbeg. It took until the 13th minute for Ashlee Smith to open the scoring after picking up on a loose throw-in and making her way into the box before slotting the ball into the net. Three minutes later and Ashlee had her second of the game after some good build up play by Nicole Osborne and the ever-reliable Ali O Connor. On 18 minutes Leah Cummins added a third goal, cutting in from the wing and scoring past the keeper.
Right on half time, Katelyn Moran saw her corner evade everyone and end up in the net.

St Fiaccs started the second half quickly with Ashlee Smith completing her hattrick and adding to it with another good predator finish to give her 4 goals on the day. Hanna Kerfah then rounded off the scoring after another great corner sent in by Katelyn Moran.

A convincing win with good performances by all, especially Ali O Connor, Hanna Kerfah and Evie Stynes

Best for Burren were Katie Hourihane, Sophia Slattery, Sophie Maher

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CDJL League Tables 04/12/2021
Under 16 League 2021/22
Hanover Harps AFC880024
St Patrick’s Boys AFC970221
Burrin Celtic AFC1162320
Ballymurphy Celtic FC1151516
St Fiacc’s AFC1050515
Killeshin AFC1142514
St Joseph’s AFC1131710
Vale Wanderers AFC102359
Nurney Villa AFC90181
Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22
Hanover Harps AFC870121
St Anne’s AFC751116
Bagenalstown AFC732211
St Patrick’s Boys AFC831410
Crettyard United AFC72056
Ballymurphy Celtic FC91083
Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22
New Oak Boys AFC971122
Vale Wanderers AFC970221
St Joseph’s AFC850315
Slaney Rovers AFC943215
Parkville United AFC931510
St Patrick’s Boys AFC92167
Nurney Villa AFC90090
Under 14 League Division One 2021/22
Burrin Celtic AFC431010
St Patrick’s Boys AFC42117
Hanover Harps AFC31205
Slaney Rovers AFC51225
Bagenalstown AFC41124
Vale Wanderers AFC40131
Under14 League Division two 2021/22
St Joseph’s AFC431010
Parkville United AFC53029
St Anne’s AFC52127
Ballymurphy Celtic51316
Baltinglass Town AFC41124
New Oak Boys AFC51043
Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22
Crettyard United AFC431010
Hanover Harps AFC32107
New Oak Boys AFC42117
Bagenalstown AFC52127
Burrin Celtic AFC52036
St Anne’s AFC50050
Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22
Baltinglass Town AFC541013
Parkville United AFC42208
St Patrick’s Boys AFC42117
Nurney Villa AFC51134
St Joseph’s AFC50323
Killeshin AFC50232
Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22
New Oak Boys AFC540112
Ballymurphy Celtic33009
Hanover Harps AFC33009
Slaney Rovers AFC52036
Parkville United AFC Black41033
Vale Wanderers AFC30030
St Joseph’s AFC30030
Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22
Parkville United AFC Red550015
St Anne’s AFC531110
Killeshin AFC32107
New Oak Boys AFC50232
Ballymurphy Celtic40131
Slaney Rovers AFC40131
Under 15 Girls League 2021/22
St Fiacc’s AFC431010
Burrin Celtic AFC53029
Vale Wanderers AFC52127
Nurney Villa AFC40040
u13 Girls league 2021/22
St Fiacc’s AFC11003
New Oak Boys AFC11003
Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow00000
Nurney Villa AFC10010
Burrin Celtic AFC Pink10010


CDJL Fixture Schedule 11/12/2021

Saturday 11 December 2021

Under 16 League 2021/22:
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 10am, Referee: Joe Byrne
St Fiacc’s AFC v St Joseph’s AFC, 10am, Referee: Martin Murphy
Nurney Villa AFC v Hanover Harps AFC, 10am, Referee: Keith Purdy
Killeshin AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic FC, 12pm, Referee: Martin Murphy

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22:
Crettyard United AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 10am, Referee: Pat Moran
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v St Anne’s AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Joe Byrne

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22:
Hanover Harps AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 10am, Referee: Ken Donegan
St Patrick’s Boys AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 1pm, Referee: Joe Byrne
Burrin Celtic AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 1.30pm, Referee: David Donegan

Under14 League Division two 2021/22:
Parkville United AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 10am, Referee: David Donegan
New Oak Boys AFC v St Anne’s AFC, 10am, Referee: Keeva Collins

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22:
Crettyard United AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC, 11.15am, Referee: Pat Moran
Hanover Harps AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Ken Donegan
St Anne’s AFC v Bagenalstown AFC, 12.45pm, Referee: Pat Moran

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22:
Nurney Villa AFC v Killeshin AFC, 11.30am, Referee: Keith Purdy

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22:
New Oak Boys AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic, 11.30am, Referee: Keeva Collins
Parkville United AFC Black v St Joseph’s AFC, 11.30am, Referee: David Donegan
Hanover Harps AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC, 12.45pm, Referee: Ken Donegan

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22:
Killeshin AFC v Parkville United AFC Red, 1.30pm, Referee: Martin Murphy
St Anne’s AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC, 2pm, Referee: Pat Moran

u13 Girls league 2021/22:
New Oak Boys AFC v St Fiacc’s AFC, 12.45pm, Referee: Keeva Collins
Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow v Nurney Villa AFC, 3pm, Referee: David Donegan

U11 Non Competitive:
Hanover Harps AFC v New Oak Boys AFC, 10am
Burrin Celtic AFC v Crettyard United AFC, 10am
Kilree Celtic v New Oak Boys AFC-2, 10am
St Joseph’s AFC v Nurney Villa AFC-2, 10am
Vale Wanderers AFC v Parkville United AFC-2, 10am
St Anne’s AFC-2 v St Fiacc’s AFC, 10am
Hanover Harps AFC-2 v Killeshin AFC, 11am
St Anne’s AFC v Parkville United AFC, 11am
Kilree Celtic Red v Nurney Villa AFC, 11am

U9 Non Competitive:
Ballymurphy Celtic v New Oak Boys AFC, 10am
Vale Wanderers AFC v Killeshin AFC, 11am
St Joseph’s AFC v Hanover Harps green, 11am
Slaney Rovers AFC v St Anne’s AFC, 11am
Burrin Celtic AFC v Parkville United AFC, 11am
Bagenalstown AFC v Hanover Harps black, 11am
Kilree Celtic Red v Nurney Villa AFC, 12pm
St Fiacc’s AFC v St Patrick’s Boys AFC, 12pm

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CDJL Results 04/12/2021
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Saturday 4 December 2021
U15 SFAI cup 2021/22
Bagenalstown AFC30Deen Celtic
Under 16 League 2021/22
Hanover Harps AFC80Ballymurphy Celtic FC
Burrin Celtic AFC72St Joseph’s AFC
St Fiacc’s AFC41Killeshin AFC
Nurney Villa AFC24Vale Wanderers AFC
Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22
St Anne’s AFC40Crettyard United AFC
Hanover Harps AFC60Ballymurphy Celtic FC
Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22
Slaney Rovers AFC53Parkville United AFC
Nurney Villa AFC01St Patrick’s Boys AFC
Under 14 League Division One 2021/22
Burrin Celtic AFC60Bagenalstown AFC
Under14 League Division two 2021/22
St Anne’s AFC21New Oak Boys AFC
Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22
Bagenalstown AFC22Hanover Harps AFC
Burrin Celtic AFC32New Oak Boys AFC
Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22
Killeshin AFC33St Joseph’s AFC
Nurney Villa AFC13Parkville United AFC
Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22
Parkville United AFC Black21Vale Wanderers AFC
Slaney Rovers AFC05New Oak Boys AFC
Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22
Parkville United AFC Red71Ballymurphy Celtic
Killeshin AFC32New Oak Boys AFC
Slaney Rovers AFC14St Anne’s AFC
u13 Girls league 2021/22
St Fiacc’s AFC70Burrin Celtic AFC Pink
New Oak Boys AFC74Nurney Villa AFC
Total : 22

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