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St Joseph's AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
5-4 Thriller in League Opener
U13 Div 1 26/09 13:00
St Joseph's AFC 5 - 4 St Patrick's Boys AFC
A thriller on Saturday in Tinryland where the home side came out on top after a 5-4 victory over rivals St Pats. Best for Pats were Evan Kelliher who chipped in with 2 well taken goals, Shane Gurhy-(1 goal), Eanna Dunican, Seanie McMahon (1 goal) and Emily Kelly. For the hard working home side, hat trick hero Mikey Byrne took home the match ball with goals also from Jamie Doyle and Walter Webb. Luke Byrne, Keegan Lawlor and Cathal Purcell also impressed for the home team who were good value for this league opener victory.
26/09/2020 17:55
St Patrick's Boys AFC v Crettyard United AFC
U13 Div 1 03/10 11:30
St Patrick's Boys AFC 5 - 4 Crettyard United AFC

What a fantastic effort by both sides in very breezy conditions.

St Pat's took the lead early on when Evan Kelliher took a shot from outside the box and the goalkeeper spilt it into the back of his net. From then on Pat's dominated the game game and were unlucky to find themselves level through a Crettyard break. Pat's then took the lead through the clinical Mark Buggy with a well taken goal from a fantastic counter attack,soon afterwards he then scored his second with a Van Persiesic diving header from a Evan Kelliher cross.

HT 3-2

The second half started with a bang as Crettyard countered Pat's and drew level again to make it 3-3, soon after Mark Buggy scored his 3rd with another well taken goal. It was end to end after that and Cretty levelled things again with a few minutes to go. Then Mark Buggy scored his 4th and the final goal of the game from another fantastic Pat's counter attack with a mix up in the defence and he was deadly from 2 yards out.

Best players for St Pat's was 4 goal man Mark Buggy, Evan Kelliher and debutant Jayden Murphy.

Crettyard were fantastic all around the pitch.

03/10/2020 13:38
Killeshin AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
U15 Division Killeshin 0 V St.Pats 2
U15 03/10 11:15
Killeshin AFC 0 - 2 St Patrick's Boys AFC

Pats had a strong wind advantage in the first half and had Killeshin on the back foot in the early exchanges.Ben Brady in the Killeshin goal was called into action in the 8th minute to make a fine save.Pats early pressure was repelled by a tight Killeshin rearguard of Evan Askins,Callum Hayden,Tristan Owens and Jack Brennan.Killeshins best opportunities came on the counter attack but the final ball was just a slight bit off today.Pats took the lead on the half hour mark when a tame Sean Murphy shot squeezed under the Home Keeper.

Killeshin kicked off the second half but were caught in possession and punished within 20 seconds of the restart,Murphy on target for his and Pats second.A blow for Killeshin who were well in the game and as they searched for a goal they left some spaces in behind.Possession was shared in the second period with Ben Brady making a great save on 57 minutes.A good all round Sqiad performance from Pats and similarly Killeshin did themselves proud with all 14 lads excelling against a tough opponent.

03/10/2020 13:32
Burrin Celtic AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
Burrin Celtic 0-6 St Patrick's Boys
U15 26/09 13:00
Burrin Celtic AFC 0 - 6 St Patrick's Boys AFC
Burrin Celtic Under 15 team had a very hard first game against St Patrick's Boys but full credit is due to all players for keeping going until the end. It was a great start to the season for St Patrick's Boys who played some excellent football throughout the game, dominating from the start and winning convincingly. Dylan Cunningham, Johnny Maher and Jamie Maher were excellent for Burrin Celtic. Goal scorers for St Patrick's Boys were Danny McGrath, Óran O'Reilly, Oisin Daly, Paul Shaw, Seán Murphy and Noah Mulligan in a strong all around squad performance.
26/09/2020 20:37
St Joseph's AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
u12 league 07/03 11:30
St Joseph's AFC 1 - 4 St Patrick's Boys AFC
With both sides missing players in a strong wind, St Pat's came out stronger with a 4-1 win on the day. Walter Webb scored 1 for St Joseph's with Mark Buggy (2), Seanie McMahon (1) and Calum O'Brien Murphy (1) scoring for St Pats.Best for St Pats were Seanie McMahon, Emily Kelly and Dmitry Shablin. Best for St Joseph's were Charlie Keogh, MacDara Deane and Luke Cahill.
07/03/2020 18:45
St Patrick's Boys AFC v Killeshin AFC
Good game.
U14 League Div 1 07/03 11:30
St Patrick's Boys AFC 2 - 1 Killeshin AFC

This was a game that had it all. The game 2as played under ideal conditions.

It started at a hectic pace with Pat's off the mark from the start. Pat's attacked hard but could not score against a determined and well trained Killeshin side. After 15 minutes a cleaver ball was passed to Dan Corcoran who put it across the goalkeeper and into the net.

Against the run of play killeshin scored after 24 minutes and attacked Pat's for the next 10 minutes on the break with long balls supplied by their excellent goal keeper.

Parts started the better on the 2and half but Killeshin managed to keep them out until a penalty was awarded when Oisin Daly was pulled down in the box. Sean Murphy put the ball in the back of the net. 2 -1 Pat's. Pat's attacked for the rest of the half and excellent goalkeeping and a dogged defence stopped Pat's scoring.

Final result a win for Pat's. Great Killeshin team effort. Best for Pat's Oisin Daly, Sean Murphy & Lorcan Dempsey. Man of the match Sergio G.

07/03/2020 18:07
St Patrick's Boys AFC v Milltown United AFC
U16 League 07/03 10:00
St Patrick's Boys AFC 2 - 1 Milltown United AFC

St Patrick Boys got the better of Milltown during this U16 league match in The Meadows. Milltown started the game well testing the St Patrick Boys Keeper Christian Germaine who made some excellent saves to keep the game scoreless. The Pats lads responded well and created some chances for Ben Byrne Slattery, Dean Kelly & Benat De La Moreno unlucky not to score. At half time a pin point shot from Milltown Conor Meaney found the top corner of the net, Left the score 0-1 to Milltown.

St Patrick Boys responded well again at the start of the second half with a well taken goal from Mario Azcona, following some excellent build up play by Benat De La Moreno, Dean Kelly and Ronan Doyle.

Very even second half with chances for both teams but with both defences on top. St Patrick Boys got winner with 5 mins remaining following an excellent finish by Benat De La Moreno. Left the score 2:1 at fulltime.

All players from both teams played well, with Christian Germaine, Enoch Olanase, and Ronan Doyle impressing in goal and defense for St Patrick Boys.

Best for Milltown were Sean Tracey, Ed Fenlon and Tomas Joyce.

07/03/2020 18:07
St Patrick's Boys AFC v Bagenalstown AFC
U16 League 22/02 11:15
St Patrick's Boys AFC 1 - 0 Bagenalstown AFC

St Patrick Boys got the better of Bagenalstown during this U16 league match in The Meadows. Bagenalstown started the game well testing the St Patrick Boys Keeper Jake Doyle who made some excellent saves to keep the game scoreless. The Pats lads responded well and created some chances for Joshua Egan, Dean Kelly & Paulius Venys unlucky not to score. St Patrick Boys got off the mark with a well taken goal from Clinton Ogbuka, following some excellent build up play by Enoch Olanase, Ronan Doyle and John Coyne. Left the score 1-0 at half time.

A goal-less second half was very even with chances for both teams but with both defences on top, Left the score 1:0 at fulltime.

All players from both teams played well, with Jake Doyle, Enoch Olanase, Luke Broderick and Alan Leeder impressing for St Patrick Boys.

Best for Bagenalstown Ryan Jeffers, Paul Fitzpatrick and Thomas Geoghan.

22/02/2020 17:38
St Patrick's Boys AFC v New Oak Boys AFC
Great game
u12 league div 2 22/02 13:00
St Patrick's Boys AFC 0 - 3 New Oak Boys AFC

Good game played by two good footballing sides in The Meadows today.

The first half was not the best for St Pat's and they found themselves 0-3 down at half time.

HT 0-3

The second half was all Pat's but were unlucky not to score with very few chances created.

Best for Pat's were Emily Grogan, Ousin Ryan-Nolan and Aronn Adebayo

22/02/2020 16:35
St Patrick's Boys AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC
22/02 10:00
St Patrick's Boys AFC 1 - 6 Vale Wanderers AFC

Vale Wanderers AFC had a good win at the Meadows this morning that saw Keelan Byrne and Michael Dooley each score hat-tricks. Vale didn't have it all their own way as an Emma Doyle free kick 10 minutes into the first half found the net to put St. Pats 1-0 up. St. Pats were playing well at this stage and had a very strong first half overall. However they found themselves 1-2 down at half time when Vale took their chances very well.

Vale pressed on in the second half and had their third goal inside the first minute of the restart. St. Pats had a couple of good chances of their own with a superb strike from Ana Perez Martinez rebounding off the cross bar that was subsequently cleared by the Vale defence. It was a busy day for Ciara Kelly in the St. Pats goal and despite two excellent saves, Vale went on to score three more.

Vale Wanderers goal scorers Keelan Byrne (3); Michael Dooley (3). Best on the day were TJ Darcy, Eoin Bambrick and Conor Delacey.

St. Pats goal scorer: Emma Doyle. Genevieve Sherlock, Kayla Fields and Lily O'Neill did well for St. Pats.

22/02/2020 14:39
Killeshin AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
U14's Killeshin vs St Patrick's Boys 8/2/20
U14 League Div 1 08/02 15:00
Killeshin AFC 0 - 2 St Patrick's Boys AFC

This was a great game of football this afternoon in Quakers Field, Killeshin. Both teams started well but St.Pats were the first to score in the first half with Sean Murphy. Within a few minutes after the first half had ended. Killeshin came out very strong in the first few minutes of the second half and were very unlucky to not score. After that the game was very even with both teams defending very well . In the last play of the game St.Pats got another goal by Sean Murphy. Soon after the game ended.

Best players for Killeshin were Ben Brady, Callum Hayden and Patrick Fitzgerald..

Best players for St. Pats were Lorcan Dempsey and Sean Walsh.

08/02/2020 17:58
Baltinglass Town AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
Stormy afternoon in the Park!
08/02 14:00
Baltinglass Town AFC 1 - 2 St Patrick's Boys AFC

Baltinglass started well, getting the ball forward in the first few minutes. Some good passing in midfield. Kareem Matomni got an early goal after he made a run on the left and slotted it home to make it 1:0. St. Pats settled and passed the ball around well. Kareem Matomni had a chance denied by the post. St. Pats created a few attacks and nearly scored after the Baltinglass keeper dropped the ball, but Dylan Whyte cleared the danger. St. Pats continued to push forward and Kayla Fields made a great run from the right and scored the equaliser with a great strike. Both teams played well in the second half, St. Pats holding possession well. Kareem Matomni made another great run on the left but his shot just over the bar. Pats got a corner and Ana Perez Martinez headed it home to make it 1:2. Baltinglass battled on in tough conditions but St. Pats held on to the lead.

Goalscorer for Baltinglass: Kareem Matomni

Best : Kareem Matomni, Ross Nolan, Oisín McGough

Goalscorer for St. Pats: Kayla Fields, Ana Perez Martinez.

Best: Sarah Nolan, Emma Doyle, Ella Meyler.

08/02/2020 16:46
St Joseph's AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
Joeys come out on top
08/02 10:00
St Joseph's AFC 5 - 4 St Patrick's Boys AFC

The 2 top teams went head to head with just a point difference in the position for top of the shield competition. But it was Joeys who opened up the scoring with getting the first goal within 3minutes of play, from a corner taking by Lorcan Kelly & chipped into the back of the net by James Carpenter. 10mins later St Pats levelled the game with their 1st goal. Within 3mins on the 16th min Joeys came back to score a goal from a corner by Lorcan Kelly. 5 mins later Lorcan Kelly scored his 2nd goal of the game. St ~Pats werent gonna let Joeys go ahead for to long with 2 goals within the space of 3mins apart, leaving the game level once again & finishing up at half time 3 all.

Both teams came back out for the 2nd half but it was Joeys right from their tip off to score another goal putting them ahead & within 3mins apart were 2 goals up scored by Mickey Byrne. Game levelled out giving both teams oppurtunity to score & was a great game. But it was St Pats getting the last score on 46th min of the game. Leaving the game 5 - 4 to Joeys , who got the points to leave them on top.

Joeys scorers:

James Carpenter x1

Lorcan Kelly x2

Mickey Byrne x2

St Pats Scorers:

Lorcan O'Connor x2

Conor Buggy x1

Jayden Gurnin x1

Best teams played their heart content were both teams deserved to be mentioned, as everyone played great.

08/02/2020 14:41
Milltown United AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
08/02/2020 14:39
St Patrick's Boys AFC v New Oak Boys AFC
Close game
U14 League Div 1 01/02 10:00
St Patrick's Boys AFC 2 - 3 New Oak Boys AFC

This was a game that had it all.

The weather could have not been better. Cold but that was only for the parents, fans, and coaches. The ground was firm under foot and the sun was shining.

St. Pats knew starting this game that it was going to be tough. The last game between the side saw St. Pat's take the 3 points but today was different as New Oak came with a point to prove and Pat's was a team ravaged by players missing through sickness and injury.

A very competitive game between two eager-to-win teams. The top of the table St. Pats hosted third position New Oak.

New Oak started off very strong, and seemed to catch St Pats on the back foot. They scored a nicely headed ball from a corner kick with just 4 minutes on the clock. St. Pats struggled to find their feet, and 6 minutes after the 1st goal, New Oak managed to net another goal from yet another set piece attack.

St. Pats eventually got into the game and started to pile on the pressure. It took seven minutes for the league’s top goal scorer, Sean Murphy, to give St Pats a glimmer of hope with a cool finish from the edge of the box.

Then, just before half time, St.Pat’s Alfie White brought the scores even with his long range effort that New Oak’s goal keeper couldn’t keep out.

The game moved into the second half where literally both sides kept the pressure on. Yet it was New Oak who managed to get the better of St. Pats with yet another goal from a set piece 15 minutes into the 2nd half.

St. Pats tried to get back into the game, yet just couldn’t find the equaliser. They managed to force 1 or 2 good saves from the New Oak goal keeper, and they even hit the bar on one occasion.

Great game in all, which ended 2:3 to the visitors.

Scorers for New Oak - Oshokha Saliu 2, Stephen Bayley 1. Best for New Oak: Jayden Kelly, Oshokha Saliu and Paul Shaw.

Scorers for St. Pat's: Sean Murphy & Alfie White. Best for St. Pat's: Sean Murphy, Sergio & Alfie White.

01/02/2020 17:04
Ballymurphy Celtic FC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
Joyce hits 5 as Bally go top
u12 league div 2 01/02 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic FC 8 - 0 St Patrick's Boys AFC

Ballymurphy 8-0 St Pat's Boys Fc

Bally started really well and went ahead on 8 mins through Toby Joyce. Joyce grabbed his second on 12 after s great ball from Conor Walsh and then completed his hat trick on 16 when he headed home a Darragh Coleman cross. Noel Jordan made it 4 on 23 with a great left footed shot and Joyce got his 4th on 30 mins with another great finish. Ht 5-0.

Bally came out strong again in the second half and James Flood made it 6 -0 on 35 mins. Adam Joyce them side footed home on 43 mins following great work from Jake Fitzpatrick and Toby Joyce grabbed his fifth on 56 mins to round off the scoring.

Best for Bally were Toby Joyce, Tom Kehoe and Michael Murphy

For Pat's every player tried their best with Maksym Gorczya outstanding in goal.

01/02/2020 13:05
St Joseph's AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
Highly anticipated game @ St Joseph's which didn’t disappoint
u12 league 25/01 12:30
St Joseph's AFC 0 - 1 St Patrick's Boys AFC
Highly anticipated game in Tinryland which didn’t disappoint. Both teams pressed hard for the advantage, with neither side breaking through, resulting in a 0-0 score line at half time. St Joseph’s continued to press forward, encouraged by strong performances from Ryan Gordon, Jamie Doyle, Cathal Purcell, Luke Byrne and Luke Cahill in defence. St Pat’s eventually broke through late in the 2nd half with a very well taken goal by an impressive Mark Buggy. Remainder of the game saw St Joseph’s denied chances to level the score, with the game finishing with only one goal throughout. Captained by Charlie Keogh, St Joseph’s were unfortunate not to find the equaliser with clever play from Evan Kelleher and Liam Ryan.
25/01/2020 20:00
St Patrick's Boys AFC v Hanover Harps AFC
Tough game
U14 League Div 1 25/01 14:00
St Patrick's Boys AFC 1 - 2 Hanover Harps AFC

What a cracker of a game between two strong teams who are battling for the league title.

The game started as expected, with lots of pace end to end. Both teams created a number of chances, and both teams had the opportunity to go ahead before the break. But neither team were able to break th deadlock, with keeper Ruairc Murray making a magnificent save close to the end of the first half to keep the sides even.

The second half started with the same high tempo, and the league’s top goal scorer, Sean Murphy, managed to break through and kill the silence by hitting the net just a couple of minutes into the second half. Then Pat’s were denided the opportunity to go two a shed with a goal disallowed for off-side.

Then Hanover really began to pile on the pressure, and managed to bring the sides even twenty minutes into the second half.

Just when it seemed like a draw was going to be the end result, Hanover scored anther goal. It appeared that the ball had run over the line for a goal kick, however Hanover managed to slot the ball past the St Pat’s keeper, to make it 1:2 to the visitors at pretty much the last kick of the game.

A super game, with perhaps a few controversial decisions, nonetheless, Hanover come away with the three points to keep the league title chase alive.

No best players as a great performance by both teams.

25/01/2020 17:45
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03/10U14 league div 2Nurney Villa AFC41St Patrick's Boys AFC Red
03/10U14 league div 2St Joseph's AFC32St Patrick's Boys AFC Pink
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03/10U15Killeshin AFC02St Patrick's Boys AFC
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