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Murphy hat-trick as St Pat’s hit Burrin for six

Under 16 League 2021/22

St Patrick’s Boys AFC   6,  Burrin Celtic AFC    3
Saturday 12 February 2022  The Meadows Graiguecullen (St Pats Boys)

This was a lovely morning for a game at the Meadows today. Second placed St Pat’s against 4th spot Burrin Celtic. The game got off to a great start for the home side with Seán Murphy scoring his first within the first five minutes, not long after that Oisin Daly slotted home a well worked set piece. Pat’s continued to work hard and at halftime went in 2-0 up.

Burrin Celtic came out in the second half and gave Pat’s a good run out. Burrin got a quick goal in the second half and it was game on, but very quickly after Burrin scored Ruarc Murray popped up to put Pat’s 3-1.

Burrin continued to press and got a penalty due to a defensive mix up in the Pat’s box, Burrin scored to make it 3 -2. Not long after Burrin’s penalty they ended up giving one away themselves due to a handball inside their box, Seán Murphy stepped up to slot this home to make it 4-2 to Pat’s.

Pat’s kept pressing and not long after Seán Murphy got his hat-trick to give Pat’s a 5-2 lead.

Not long after two subs Henry Nyamai and Alfie White linked up with some great play for Alfie to score Pat’s 6th and final goal.

Burrin kept pressing and got a third goal just before the final whistle. Final score 6-3 to St Patrick’s Boys

This was a great game played by two teams in great spirits.

Under 16 League 2021/22

St Joseph’s AFC   1,  St Fiacc’s AFC    8
Saturday 12 February 2022  McArdle Cross Tinryland (St Josephs)

St. Josephs entertained St. Fiaccs this morning in the last league game of the season in difficult, blustery conditions out in McArdle Cross, Tinryland. St. Fiaccs were looking for an 8th win in 9 games against a St. Joseph’s team depleted by injuries. St. Fiaccs midfield set the tone from the first whistle, with Aidan Bradley, Calin Iancu, Lucas O’Neill and Shane Kelly pressing and hassling their St. Josephs counterparts. This pressure resulted in St Fiaccs taking an early two goal lead with Oshoka Saliu scoring twice in the first 15 minutes. Dean Quigley in the St. Joseph’s goal made two great saves to keep the scoreline at 2-0 but St. Fiaccs were starting to create more and more chances and there was more goals to come before half-time with the formidable Harijs Peksens and skillful Lucas O’Neill adding a goal each followed by Oshoka Saliu’s completion of his hat-trick. 5-0 at half time.

The second half began in a different tone, with St Joseph’s re-emerging from the break determined not to be overrun. Joe Bermingham typified that determination and fight and he was immense the whole game for St. Josephs. It was his free kick that led to St. Josephs pulling one back after a scramble in the St. Fiaccs box to make it 5-1. But that was to be the only score for St. Joseph’s on the day. The St Fiaccs defence has been on an excellent run of form in the second half of the season and Cody Tucker in goals, Rob Coleman, Josh Clear, Adam Allaiouti and Ryan Donnelly-Finn continued in this vein today with a strong confident performance. And it was Adam Allaiouti who powered home a header from a corner to score in the 65th minute, his first for the club, followed a minute later by Darragh Nolan, his first of the season. The game was over as a contest at this stage but it was left to the unstoppable Oshoka Saliu to round off the game with his fourth goal of the day to become St. Fiaccs top scorer for the season.  Final Score 8-1 win for St Fiaccs.

Best for St. Fiaccs : A brilliant performance from everyone as a team.

Best for St. Joseph’s : Joe Bermingham and Matthew Brennan who were excellent and never stopped working for their team the whole game.

Under 16 League 2021/22

Ballymurphy Celtic FC   4,  Nurney Villa AFC    1
Saturday 12 February 2022  Ballymurphy

Ballymurphy under 16s had a good win today against Nurney down in Ballymurphy.  Lachlan Smith opened the scoring on the 16 min for Ballymurphy.  Callum Aughney levelled for Nurney just before the break. HT 1-1

Three mins into the 2nd half Jack Foley struck for Ballymurphy’s second.  Joey Dalton moved out to midfield and Bally took over from there.  Lachlan Smith scored again on 52 mins and got his hat trick on 60. Game finished 4-1 to Ballymurphy

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Nurney best were Eamon Lalor, Padraig O Brien andShane Farrell.

Best for Ballymurphy were Fionn O Brien, Sean Collier and Aaron McHugh

Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22

St Anne’s AFC   3,  Bagenalstown AFC    0
Saturday 12 February 2022  Ballylinan (St Annes)

Two good sides met this morning in what usually does be a great game between both sides and today was no different. Annes started well and were first to score with a great strike from Niall Hickey. Bagenalstown got a free and had a good chance but just went wide. Both sides played great soccer and the game was played at a very fast tempo which reached half time 1-0 to St Annes.

Second half started to see a great run from Seamus Lynch pass the ball across the box to the waiting Max O Connor for 2-0. Bagenalstown piled on the pressure and saw St Annes keeper make a great save. St Annes were dangerous on the break and had more chances but the last goal of the game came from Oisin Kelly with a through ball from Niall Hickey to see Oisin skip past the keeper and put the game to bed. Bagenalstown tried to rally but St Annes held strong. Great game between two good sides .Final score 3-0 to St Annes.

Best for St Annes were Calum Mc Elroy, Seamus Lynch and Eoin Mulhall.

Best for Bagenalstown were Ian Cradock, Adam Walsh, Alan Wall and James Brennan

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   0,  Parkville United AFC    1
Saturday 12 February 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

An early morning produced an exciting game of football in the Superbowl. Vale had plenty of the ball but it was Parkville who broke away and with their first shot took the lead when Luke O Brien held off a Vale defender to finish well to the Vale net.  This was the way the game stayed until half time. Vales closest to an equaliser came when Shane Daly hit the upright from a long range free kick. Half time 0-1

Both teams went out attacking in the second half but it was the two goalkeepers who each made a number of fine saves to keep the score line at 1-0

Best for Vale were  Shane Daly. Noah Walsh and Aidan Nolan

Goal scorer for Parkville was Luke O Brien.

Best for Parkville were Ryan Byrne. Kristian Laudrua and Tom Kelleward

Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   0,  St Joseph’s AFC    4
Saturday 12 February 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

The rain held off and the pitch held up on Saturday morning when St. Joseph’s travelled the short distance to Nurney for this local derby. The first half saw both sides struggle to create goal scoring opportunities.  The visitors made the breakthrough after 35 minutes.  Kevin McGill headed into the Nurney net after a succession of St. Joseph’s corners.  Half-time 0-1.

After the break St. Joseph’s doubled their advantage when the same player scored with a fine shot.  Nurney were still in the game at this stage but the result was put beyond doubt when Lorcan Kelly made it 0-3 for St. Joseph’s.  The Nurney heads however never dropped and they stayed strong until the end.  A breakaway goal by Ross Moran finished the scoring for St. Joseph’s.  The scoreline does not reflect the Nurney performance in a tie between two evenly balanced teams. 

Best for a very young Nurney team were Corey Searson, Dara Nolan and Jayden Treacy.

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC   2,  St Patrick’s Boys AFC    0
Saturday 12 February 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

Burrin Celtic welcomed St Patricks to the Valley for a top of the table clash on this blustery morning. Both teams started well in a strong, competitive fashion and St Pats won a couple of corners which the Celtic defence done well to deal with. After 15 minutes the deadlock was broken when a good passing move by Burrin Celtic saw Aaron Kelly crossing from the right and Evan Kelliher volleying into the top corner. St Pats responded well and had some attempts on goal but it remained 1-0 to Celtic at half time.

Burrin started the second half brightly and Freddie Gibson hit the woodwork twice before getting on the score sheet with a fine goal. St Patricks didn’t let up and the game remained very competitive right to the end with Burrin Celtic coming out on top with a 2-0 victory.

Best for Burrin Celtic were Luke Ruddock, Matthew Drought and Evan Kelliher.

Best for St Patricks were Emily Kelly, Jack McNamara and Loughlin Ryan.

Under 14 League Division One 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   1,  Hanover Harps AFC    9
Saturday 12 February 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

The opening exchanges of this encounter were of an even nature, Vale grabbing the lead with Ciaran Bambrick’s corner finding Alan Fitzgerald at the back post for a deserved lead, Gael Rock equalizer on 20 mins restoring parity before a Hanover brace either side of half time turned the game in their favour,

Conor Comerford and Odhran Murphy going close for the home side but at the other end Hanover were clinical with their tally completed by Axel, Gael and Mael Rock, Leon Fitzgerald, with pens from Arda Destire, TJ Brennan.

Best for Vale : Conor Stanley, Conor Comerford and Eanna Cody,

Best for Hanover :  TJ Brennan, Gael Rock and Kyle Martin.

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Hanover Harps AFC   1,  Crettyard United AFC    0
Saturday 12 February 2022  The Plots (Hanover Harps)

Hanover Harps hosted Crettyard for an early morning match. Both teams started off very physical with chances few and far between. Hanover took the lead with a fantastic individual goal from Timmy Adeleye. A great turn and shot giving Crettyard’s goalie no chance. Half time score 1-0 to Hanover.

In the second half both teams cancelled each other out with a very tough midfield battle. Final score 1-0 to Hanover.

Best for Hanover Harps were Ronan Dooley, Gavin McDermott & Peter Breen Parle.

Goal scorer for Hanover Harps was Timmy Adeleye.

Best for Crettyard were Fionnan Brennan, Michael Brennan & Daniel Lawlor.

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC   1,  New Oak Boys AFC    0
Saturday 12 February 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

New Oak dominated the first 15 minutes of the first half but failed to make their chances pay off. Shane McCaffrey in the Burrin net put in a man of the match performance to give Burrin the win. Burrin slowly started to get into the game and played some brilliant football in parts but New Oak were always a threat.

Burrin were a much-improved team in the second half and got a well-deserved goal, when Robbie Kelliher scored directly from a free kick. New Oak threw everything at the Burrin back line but a very strong and solid defensive performance gave Burrin all three points. Final score 1-0 to Burrin Celtic.

Man of the match was Burrin keeper Shane McCaffrey but also excellent on the day were Daire Nolan, Jack Cantwell and Callum Butler.

Best for New Oak were Jamie Dooley, Cian Hyland and Siobhan Sinnott.

Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22

Bagenalstown AFC   1,  St Anne’s AFC    1
Saturday 12 February 2022  McGrath Park Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown and Saint Annes played out a very entertaining 1-1 draw in the MacGrath Park this morning. The defences were on top in the first half and kept the chances to a minimum, with the sides going in at 0-0 at half time.

In the second half the home team started to move the ball more and went ahead when Daniel Collins delivered in a good free kick and Alex Doyle finished superbly. Both teams started to create more as the game went on and Saint Annes got an equaliser with a great finish from Ryan Morgan. Try as they might neither team could find a winner and the game finished 1-1.

Best for Bagenalstown were Jake Slawatecki, David Roche and Jake Lennon

Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22

Parkville United AFC   1,  St Joseph’s AFC    5
Saturday 12 February 2022  Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)

The ever-improving St Joseph’s team  proved way too strong for an understrength Parkville in Hawkins Lane.  The away side got off to a flyer scoring in less than a minute. The home team settled and hit back with a brilliant goal from Maria Healey. However Joeys always looked dangerous and went back in front through top scorer Keegan Bradley.  Parkville responded well but were hit on the break just on half time to leave the score 3 – 1 to the visitors.

Parkville put in a big performance in the second half and were unlucky not to score a couple of good chances, however Joseph’s scored 2 more late goals on the break to run out deserved winners 1-5.

Scorers for St Joseph’s were Keegan Bradley, Niall Egan and Nathan Walsh.

Best players for St Joseph’s were Jack Mcdonald and Josh Mcgrath.

Best for Parkville were: Angie May Doran, Ryan Lin, Adam Monaghan and Theo McDonald

Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22

Vale Wanderers AFC   2,  Ballymurphy Celtic    0
Saturday 12 February 2022  Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers)

Ballymurphy travelled to the Superbowl in Leighlinbridge today intent on closing the gap in the title race and trying to convert a game in hand into 3 points. but it was the home team who settled into the game quicker and found their passing groove from the get-go. Success is built on good foundations and the Vale defence of Ryan Kearney (GK), Joshua Walsh, Callum Byrne & Match-day Capt Cómhal Murphy set the tone very early on as they snuffed out Ballymurphy’s attacks and countered superbly. The midfield four of Josh Dermody, Reece Walker, Brendan Byrne and Shaun Sibanda worked tirelessly in midfield, harrying, tracking and tackling their opponents and bursting forward to support Kieran Holbrook as the lone forward. Conor McDonald and Ódhran Noctor were sprung from the bench to give a couple of players a breather in a frantic opening quarter hour. One of these attacks in the 18th minute saw a freekick awarded to Vale. Walker stepped up and struck the ball superbly to the back of the net to put the home team up 1-0.

The second half continued as the 1st ended – a good match with both teams probing. The pace of Sibanda was creating huge problems for Ballymurphy and on another day he could have had a hat-trick. On 41 minutes, the match was lit up with a moment of magic from Reece Walker as he danced through Ballymurphy’s midfield and defence, dribbling into the area before placing the ball into the corner beyond the Ballymurphy keeper. The game wasn’t over yet, with both sides continuing to work hard and create chances but Vale looked comfortable in defence and the team gave everything to ensure that the match finished 2-0.

Best for Vale were Callum Byrne, Reece Walker and Shaun Sibanda.

Best for the away team were Dylan King, James Dalton and Charlie Foley.

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

St Anne’s AFC   1,  New Oak Boys AFC    1
Saturday 12 February 2022  Ballylinan (St Annes)

New Oak started off with a great attack and scored the first goal within 4 mins of the start by Evan Ken. The two teams were evenly matched for the rest of the first half with score chances from both sides. First half finished 1-0 to New Oak.

Second half St Annes came out attacking hard and dominated the play for a lot of the second half. Great strike for No.14 Myles Nelligan from outside the box burying the ball into the back of the net at 38mins for the equalizer. Both teams fought hard to try to score again to no avail. Final score drawn match 1-1

Best players from New Oak were Daniel Chisti, William Fennel and Aj Buglers.

Best Players for St Anne’s were Cillian Dobbyn, Isobel O Rourke and Myles Nelligan.

Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22

Parkville United AFC Red   4,  Killeshin AFC    2
Saturday 12 February 2022  Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)

A very entertaining game in Hawkins Lane when 1st place met 2nd place. Parkville started the better with a lot of the ball and early chances coming from Oisin Wall and Tomas Doran in quick succession. The breakthrough came in the 17th min when Bobby Cullen found himself free on the left wing and with an inch perfect pass to Oisin Wall who finished off the move brilliantly. Killeshin’s response was immediate and in the 20th minute the game was all square. Parkville continued to dictate the game with a lot of possession. Two minutes before the break they were on the attack again and  Paidi Connelly shot from distance forcing the Killeshin keeper to make a fine save only for the rebound to fall to Connelly scoring Parkville’s second of the day. Half-time score 2-0.

The weather eased and the sun broke through in the second half. Both teams came out fighting. Killeshin battled hard with the Parkville back line of Alfie Haberlin Brennan, William Myres and Bobby Cullen standing firm in front of Parkville’s No. 1 Bradley Stynes. Parkville’s hard work was rewarded in the 39th minute when Paidi Connelly found his way past three Killeshin defenders and calmly slotted it home to make it 3-1 to the home side. Parkville were dominating after this with some good interlinking play from Max O Donoghue and Dara Murphy to set up Tymek Plonka who’s shot hit the side netting. Dara Murphy was again in on the action putting a through ball in for Jordie Coughlan to finish brilliantly. Killeshin never stopped battling and Denis Fitzgerald, Rhys Hennessy and Cody Doyle worked hard in the Parkville defence. Killeshin’s diligence was rewarded with a well taken goal in the final minutes of the game. Final score 4-2 to Parkville. Another fine display of football from both teams.

Best for Parkville were Oisin Wall, Alfie Brennan and a Man Of The Match performance from Paidi Connelly.

u13 Girls league 2021/22

Nurney Villa AFC   0,  Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow    4
Saturday 12 February 2022  Newtown Rd Nurney

An entertaining game in difficult conditions saw the visitors prevail but the score-line does not reflect the hard work and effort of the home side. Burren pressed from early on and with Caoimhe Dempsey and Una McFarland impressing, they began to create chances against a stiff breeze. Natalie Decka was Nurney’s most potent attacking threat and her break away forced a first half penalty which unfortunately she just skewed wide. Rebecca Birmingham and Hannah Carroll were excellent at the heart of the home defence but Burrin patience eventually paid off early in the second half when Lucy Kinsella grabbed a brace of early goals to put them 2-0 after 40 minutes. Nurney tried to make a break-through with good work from Ellisa Nolan and Gemma Fleming combining but it came to nothing. As the home side chased goals it left chances fall to Burren and Anna Cullen and Ella Doyle Duly capitalised on good work from Kate Kerns and killed the game off at 4-0 with 10 minutes remaining.

 

u13 Girls league 2021/22

Burrin Celtic AFC Pink   5,  St Fiacc’s AFC    1
Saturday 12 February 2022  The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic)

Burrin Celtic Girls Pink team took the lead early when Eimear Bolger ran onto a through ball and finished well, giving the St. Fiacc’s keeper no chance. St. Fiacc’s responded with two well worked goals midway through the half.

The Burrin girls tried to play on the front foot in the second half but couldn’t break down a well organised St. Fiacc’s defence. Ashley Smyth scored to put St. Fiacc’s 3-1 up midway through the half and St. Fiacc’s went on to score two late goals for a 5-1 win.

Best players for St Fiacc’s were Hanna Kerfah, Katelyn Moran and Erica Mcnally.

Best for Burrin were Aoife Bergin, Sophia Slattery and Isabelle Finnegan.

CDJL					
					
League Tables w/e 12/02/2022					
					
					
Under 16 League 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
Hanover Harps AFC	12	12	0	0	36
St Patrick's Boys AFC	15	11	0	4	33
St Fiacc's AFC	16	10	0	6	30
Burrin Celtic AFC	15	7	2	6	23
Killeshin AFC	15	6	3	6	21
Ballymurphy Celtic FC	16	6	1	9	19
Vale Wanderers AFC	14	4	3	7	15
St Joseph's AFC	15	4	1	10	13
Nurney Villa AFC	16	1	2	13	5
					
Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
St Anne's AFC	12	10	1	1	31
Hanover Harps AFC	10	8	0	2	24
Bagenalstown AFC	12	6	3	3	21
St Patrick's Boys AFC	12	4	2	6	14
Crettyard United AFC	12	2	1	9	7
Ballymurphy Celtic FC	14	2	1	11	7
					
Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
New Oak Boys AFC	12	9	1	2	28
St Joseph's AFC	13	8	2	3	26
Vale Wanderers AFC	12	8	1	3	25
Slaney Rovers AFC	14	7	4	3	25
Parkville United AFC	14	6	2	6	20
St Patrick's Boys AFC	14	2	1	11	7
Nurney Villa AFC	13	0	1	12	1
					
Under 14 League Division One 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
Burrin Celtic AFC	10	9	1	0	28
Hanover Harps AFC	10	6	2	2	20
St Patrick's Boys AFC	10	6	1	3	19
Bagenalstown AFC	10	5	1	4	16
Slaney Rovers AFC	12	1	2	9	5
Vale Wanderers AFC	10	0	1	9	1
					
Under14 League Division two 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
St Joseph's AFC	8	7	1	0	22
Parkville United AFC	9	4	1	4	13
Ballymurphy Celtic	8	2	3	3	9
St Anne's AFC	7	1	2	4	5
Baltinglass Town AFC	6	1	1	4	4
					
Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
Hanover Harps AFC	8	6	2	0	20
Crettyard United AFC	8	5	2	1	17
Bagenalstown AFC	11	4	3	4	15
Burrin Celtic AFC	11	5	0	6	15
New Oak Boys AFC	9	3	2	4	11
St Anne's AFC	9	0	1	8	1
					
Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
Baltinglass Town AFC	10	8	2	0	26
St Joseph's AFC	10	3	4	3	13
Nurney Villa AFC	10	3	4	3	13
Parkville United AFC	10	2	5	3	11
St Patrick's Boys AFC	8	2	2	4	8
Killeshin AFC	10	1	3	6	6
					
Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
New Oak Boys AFC	9	8	0	1	24
Hanover Harps AFC	9	7	1	1	22
Ballymurphy Celtic	8	6	0	2	18
Vale Wanderers AFC	10	4	1	5	13
Slaney Rovers AFC	9	2	1	6	7
Parkville United AFC Black	8	1	1	6	4
St Joseph's AFC	9	0	2	7	2
					
Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
Parkville United AFC Red	11	10	1	0	31
Killeshin AFC	9	4	3	2	15
St Anne's AFC	11	3	4	4	13
New Oak Boys AFC	10	2	4	4	10
Ballymurphy Celtic	9	3	1	5	10
Slaney Rovers AFC	10	1	1	8	4
					
Under 15 Girls League 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
Burrin Celtic AFC	7	5	0	2	15
Vale Wanderers AFC	8	4	1	3	13
St Fiacc's AFC	6	3	1	2	10
Nurney Villa AFC	7	1	0	6	3
					
u13 Girls league 2021/22					
					
	P	W	D	L	Points
St Fiacc's AFC	4	3	0	1	9
Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow	4	3	0	1	9
Burrin Celtic AFC Pink	4	3	0	1	9
New Oak Boys AFC	3	1	0	2	3
Nurney Villa AFC	5	0	0	5	0

CDJL			
			
Results w/e 12/02/22			
			
Home			Away
Saturday 12 February 2022			
Under 16 League 2021/22			
St Patrick's Boys AFC	6	3	Burrin Celtic AFC
St Joseph's AFC	1	8	St Fiacc's AFC
Ballymurphy Celtic FC	4	1	Nurney Villa AFC
Under 15 League Division 1 2021/22			
St Anne's AFC	3	0	Bagenalstown AFC
Ballymurphy Celtic FC	3	0	Crettyard United AFC
Under 15 League Division 2 2021/22			
Vale Wanderers AFC	0	1	Parkville United AFC
Nurney Villa AFC	0	4	St Joseph's AFC
St Patrick's Boys AFC	1	3	Slaney Rovers AFC
Under 14 League Division One 2021/22			
Burrin Celtic AFC	2	0	St Patrick's Boys AFC
Bagenalstown AFC	3	0	Slaney Rovers AFC
Vale Wanderers AFC	1	9	Hanover Harps AFC
Under14 League Division two 2021/22			
Parkville United AFC	2	3	Ballymurphy Celtic
St Joseph's AFC	4	2	Baltinglass Town AFC
Under 13 League Division 1 2021/22			
Hanover Harps AFC	1	0	Crettyard United AFC
Burrin Celtic AFC	1	0	New Oak Boys AFC
Bagenalstown AFC	1	1	St Anne's AFC
Under 13 League Division 2 2021/22			
Parkville United AFC	1	5	St Joseph's AFC
St Patrick's Boys AFC	0	3	Killeshin AFC
Under 12 League Division 1 2021/22			
Vale Wanderers AFC	2	0	Ballymurphy Celtic
Under 12 League Division 2 2021/22			
St Anne's AFC	1	1	New Oak Boys AFC
Parkville United AFC Red	4	2	Killeshin AFC
u13 Girls league 2021/22			
Nurney Villa AFC	0	4	Burrin Celtic AFC Yellow
Burrin Celtic AFC Pink	5	1	St Fiacc's AFC


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