CDJL Match Reports
Killeshin AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC Green
Killeshin v Burren Celtic u.14
03/10 14:30
Killeshin AFC 0 - 12 Burrin Celtic AFC Green
Killeshin had a tough start to the season with a loss against burren Celtic. Burren Celtic were an extremely strong and well put together team. Killeshin fought right until the end and every girl on the field gave it their all. Great potential on killeshin side but was no match for a very talented and poised Burren Celtic team. Final score was 13-0.
03/10/2020 18:52
Crettyard United AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC/St Fiaccs
U14 League Div 1 03/10 10:00
Crettyard United AFC 2 - 1 St Patrick's Boys AFC/St Fiaccs
Crettyard started brightly but Pats had their chances too.Scott Delaney doing great in the midfield. A corner for Crettyard was headed out by pats and Patrick Fox returned it to the top corner to put Crettyard 1 up. Pats faught back and scored through Connor Buggy. The second half was hard faught and no inch was given. A long ball from Evan Dunn to Niall Kealy and he slotted him home and that's how it finished. Best for Cretty was Daniel Dunne Jack Doyle and Kyle O Riley. While Corey Purcell and Luke Dooley.
03/10/2020 18:04
Vale Wanderers AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC
U15 03/10 11:45
Vale Wanderers AFC 4 - 2 Burrin Celtic AFC

A good game today saw vale get there first win of the season

Vale were 2 0 nil at half time Micheal Dooley scoring both goals.

The second half saw burrin get into the game eamon Murphy scoring to make it 2 1

5 mins later it was keelin Byrne to put vale 3 1 up ,

Burrin were not done yet Martin Carroll scored a penalty.

With 10 minutes left keelin Byrne scored his second of the day to finish the game 4 2

Best for vale were fionn power

Matt burke

Ian Robb

Best for burrin were lorcan kinsella

David McHugh

Johnny maher

03/10/2020 17:58
Ballymurphy Celtic FC v Baltinglass Town AFC
Bally off to a good start
U13 Div 2 03/10 13:30
Ballymurphy Celtic FC 2 - 0 Baltinglass Town AFC

Ballymurphy took all three points in an entertaining game against Baltinglass this afternoon.

Bally dominated for long periods and controlled midfield with Tom Kehoe and Conor Walsh running the show. Balto stuck to their task and grew into the game. Ballys pressure finally told however and Toby Joyce gave them the lead just before half time with a well taken strike. HT 1-0.

Bally continued to dominate in thr second half and spurned a good few chances. Balto had chances of their own but Michael Murphy stood tall in the bally goal. Then with ten mins to go Darragh Coleman played in Conor Walsh who sped past two defenders before slotting the ball home and ensuring all 3 points.

Best for Bally were Tom Kehoe, Conor Walsh and Adam Joyce.

Baltinglass had a great overall team performance

03/10/2020 17:17
Parkville United AFC v Killeshin AFC/St Fiaccs
Ingram scores four at Parkville.
U16 03/10 14:15
Parkville United AFC 3 - 9 Killeshin AFC/St Fiaccs

First half was very even and both teams matched each other.

Half time score was three goals each.

Killeshin Fiaccs came out in second half and got an early goal to go a goal in front. Killeshin Fiaccs scored five more unanswered goals. James Ingram of Kilkeshin Fiaccs had a great game up front scoring four goals today.

Goals for Killeshin Fiaccs: James Ingram (4), Daragh Loughman(2), Eoin Cawley (1), Jack Hynes (1), Dylan Williamson(1).

Best for Killeshin Fiaccs: Good team performance...and special mention to Cathal Casey, Alex McDonagh and Mackenzie McIvor.

03/10/2020 17:11
Ballymurphy Celtic FC v Nurney Villa AFC
Two out of two for the Bally boys
U15 03/10 11:45
Ballymurphy Celtic FC 3 - 2 Nurney Villa AFC

A late Lachlann Smith goal gave Bally all three points in this entertaining fixture in Ballymurphy this morning. Bally started the stronger and took the lead on 5 mins through Darragh Coleman with a great finish. Nurney pulled their way back in the game with their front two causing all sorts of problems for the Bally back four. HT 1-0

The second half produced 4 goals and was a really enjoyable game to watch as both teams went at it hammer and thongs. Nurney equalised on 40 mins with a low driven free kick. Bally responded 5 mins later when a Jack Foley free kick caused all sorts of problems for the Nurney defence who inadvertently turned the ball into their own net for an OG. Nurney however dug in again and deservedly got their equaliser with 7 mins left with a great strike.

However, with only 3 mins left on the clock Lachlann Smith bursted through the Nurney defence and cooly slotted home to give all three points to the men in white and green.

Bally closed out the game and a last ditch tackle from Joey Dalton saved them in the dying seconds.

Best for Bally were Lachlann Smith, Joey Dalton and Tommy Malone.

Nurneys front two and their goal keeper had outstanding games.

03/10/2020 17:10
Ballymurphy Celtic FC v Burrin Celtic AFC
Burrin leave it late to see off Bally
U16 03/10 10:00
Ballymurphy Celtic FC 1 - 2 Burrin Celtic AFC

Ballymurphys first U16 team were very unlucky not to take all three points this morning and lead for most of the game.

Bally started the better and had a few half chances before Tim Brennan opened the scoring on 20 mins with a well taken goal. Bally had further chances to go into the break further ahead but didn't take them. HT 1-0.

The second half was a different story with Burrin dominating the entire half and should have been level early into the half only for the goal to be disallowed. This spurred Burrin on and there relentless pressure finally paid off with just four minutes remaining on the clock when a cross was smashed home on the volley at the back post by Dylan O Reilly who’s powerful effort gave the keeper no chance. Burrin got the three points they deserved when Evan Corr scored in stoppage time with a free kick from outside the box

Best for Bally were Gavin Murphy, Lake Joyce and Tim Brennan.

Burrin had a great all round team performance

03/10/2020 16:59
Parkville United AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC
Parkville Utd 3 - 9 Vale Waderers
U13 Div 2 03/10 11:15
Parkville United AFC 3 - 10 Vale Wanderers AFC

On a breezy morning in Tullow, Vale Wanderers Came from behind to beat Parkville.

Parkville took the lead through Fiach Byrne after hitting Vale on the break.

Vale struck back with an equalizer scored by Ciaran Bambrick.

Fiach Byrne made it 2 -1 to Parkville and then shortly after claimed his hat trick to put Parkville 3-1 up.

Dylan Walker was very unlucky not to add a 4th for Parkville when his headed effort went inches wide and then Fiach byrne hit the bar with a well swung in corner.

Vale then hit Parkville with 2 quick fire goals from Conor Twomey and Alan Fitzgerald to make it 3-3 to finish off a very entertaining first half.

With the strong breeze behind them in the 2nd half Vale put the pressure on and it resulted in 2 early second half goals from Ciaran Bambrick to claim his hat trick.

Parkville tried their hardest but found it tough to break down the Vale defense, and Vale took their opportunities to add a 6th and 7th Goal From Bartek Gniedjko and Redek Brezenski. further goals from Conor Twomey and Owen Murphy completed the scoring.

Best for Parkville on the day were Fiach Byrne, Luke Evans, Niall O Byrne and Dylan Walker.

And for Vale Ciaran Bambrick, Conor Twomey, Adam Dowling and Liam Boyle

03/10/2020 16:43
Hanover Harps AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic FC
U14 League Div 1 03/10 11:15
Hanover Harps AFC 4 - 0 Ballymurphy Celtic FC

Hanover took all three points after a good performance against a strong Ballymurphy team in The Plots on Saturday morning.The home team were in front inside ten minutes when Dermot Lawlor struck high across the keeper into the top corner after cutting in from the wing.Ballymurphy were looking for the ball inside the defence and Ewan Breen in the home goal had to be alert on several occasions.The home team doubled their advantage when a Lawlor cross was met by Sean Hayden and his header left the keeper helpless.

Ballymurphy were unlucky when a Hanover defender cleared off the line and on the break the home team won a free kick just inside the opposition half.Bailee Cooney delivered an inch perfect ball onto the boot of Sam McHugh who finished on the volley from six yards.Half time 3-0 to the home team.The second half saw Hanover dominant most of the time but Ballymurphy still forced Ewan Breen into a couple of smart saves.Aaron Cunningham Burke hit the post before forcing one over the line to kill off the game midway through the half.Jason Dillon, Darragh Redmond and Daire Byrne were unlucky not to get on the score sheet as the game finished 4-0.Cody Molloy, Jack Woods,Ewan Breen and the excellent Dara Nolan were best for the home side.A good team performance from Ballymurphy.

03/10/2020 15:55
Burrin Celtic AFC v New Oak Boys AFC
U14 league div 2 03/10 12:45
Burrin Celtic AFC 5 - 2 New Oak Boys AFC
Lovely day for a match in Ballon today and it turned out to be a cracker, Burrin were out of the blocks from the first whistle and within 5 minutes Dylan Ruane had the ball in the net to put Burrin 1 up, Ruslan Medvedevs made it 2 0 to Burrin 3 minutes later but Burrin didnt have time to settle on their lead when Kasper Zarzycki broke the offside trap to slide the ball past the advancing Burrin keeper for 2 1, 5 minutes later it was all square when this time Bobby Jordan broke through to finish smartly and leave things level at half time. At the start of the second half there were chances for both teams but couldnt be converted until Burrin were awarded a penalty for a hand ball, with New Oak a man down Aaron Dowling neatly slid home the penalty for 3 2, with the next goal vital and both sides squandering chances a cross from the left missed everyone until Jack Kelly came in at the back post to volley an unstoppable shot to the roof of the net to make it 4 2, New Oak defended resolutely but with 5 minutes to go Billy Flynn found himself in the box unmarked and drilled home from close range and so it finished 5 2 to Burrin, great credit to both sides for a very entertaining game. Best for New Oak were Kasper Zarzycki, Bobby Jordan and Adam O Neill. Best for Burrin were Aaron Dowling, Ruslan Medvedevs and Edward O Byrne.
03/10/2020 15:47
St Fiacc's AFC v St Joseph's AFC
U15 03/10 10:00
St Fiacc's AFC 8 - 1 St Joseph's AFC


St Fiaccs AFC 8 – 1 St Josephs AFC

It was a tale of two hat-tricks early this morning as St. Fiaccs hosted St. Josephs at Knockbeg College, with Dylan Murphy and Ryan Donnelly-Finn both scoring a treble for St. Fiaccs.

St.Fiaccs started brightly with the opening score coming from a Dylan Murphy penalty and that set the tone for the first half. St. Josephs battled throughout and pulled one back with a good strike from Ross Moran. But with a second from Dylan Murphy, a goal from centre half Aidan Bradley and Ryan Donnelly-Finns first half hat-trick, the score was 6-1 to St. Fiaccs at the half.

St. Josephs were much improved, with a spirited second half performance and played some good football but with a goal from Adam Norton and with Dylan Murphy completing his hat-trick, the game finished 8-1 to St. Fiaccs.

Best for St. Josephs were Robbie Fitzgerald, Charlie Deasy, Sean Murphy and Paddy Walshe. For St. Fiaccs, it was an excellent team performance with some beautiful football being played and every player from 1-15 contributing to a convincing win.

03/10/2020 15:18
St Fiacc's AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC
03/10 11:30
St Fiacc's AFC 6 - 0 Vale Wanderers AFC
The first U14 girls match to take place in the Carlow League in which St Fiaccs took on The Vale. St Fiaccs started the stronger with a lot of possession but no clear cut opportunities til mid way through the first half when Leah Corrigan picked the ball up at half way, made her way into the opposition box to score the first goal. Vale battled back with some shots on goal but couldn't score. The second half started brightly for Fiaccs with Leah Cummins scoring a minute into the half after just coming on at half time. From here on Fiaccs dominated and further scores from Mia Branagan, Orla Keating and 2 more from Leah Cummins to complete her hattrick sealed an impressive performance from St Fiaccs. Best for St Fiaccs were Mia Branagan, Millie Chatton, Orla Keating and Ella Matthews.
03/10/2020 15:17
Killeshin AFC v Bagenalstown AFC
U14 League Div 1 03/10 12:45
Killeshin AFC 1 - 4 Bagenalstown AFC

Fairly even match when Bagenalstown got a goal after 10 minutes by Adam Walsh , Killeshin responded after 5 minutes with a goal by Adam Farrell. The visitors got a penalty for hand ball before half time scored by Adam Walsh . The visitors got 2 more one by Alan Wall and one by Ian Cradock , to finish a good game . Best for Bagenalstown were John Lillis and Paddy O Neill .

Best for Killeshin Adam Farrell and Eoin White .

03/10/2020 15:14
Parkville United AFC v Vale Wanderers AFC Black
03/10/20 12:30 pm
U14 league div 2 03/10 12:30
Parkville United AFC 6 - 1 Vale Wanderers AFC Black

On a cold wet afternoon in Hawkins Lane, Parkville United started off the strongest. After 6 minutes, Adam Cleary was the first on the end of a cross from Marcus Ragelis which he finished off into the bottom left corner. Cian Kinsella made it 2-0 with a powerful solo run from mid field slotting past the keeper on 15 minutes. Marcus Ragelis made it 3-0 with a run down the right, cutting in to place the ball in the bottom left after 20. For the remainder of the First Half, Vale kicked into gear with Ruarc O’Niell and Rueben Gladert causing problems for Stevie Curry in the Parkville Goal.

Vale kept the pressure on in the Second half with Stevie Curry having to pull off 4 great saves from a Vale side with there tails up. Vale were rewarded for their good spell when Alan Fitzgerald finished his 1v1 chance with Stevie Curry. 3-1 with 20 minutes to go and Parkville had to dig deep with a Vale team growing in confidence.

Marcus Ragelis got his second of the game for Parkville

when he was but through from Adam Cleary from a long kick out by Stevie Curry. Marcus Ragelis got his Hat-Trick when he converted an indirect free kick to make it 5-1 after 60 minutes. Cian Kinsella made it 6 for Parkville when he was put through the Vale Defense to finish in the bottom left corner.

A very entertaining game with both sides with plenty of chances finished Parkville 6, Vale Wonderers 1.

Best for Vale were Ruarc O’Neill and Rueben Gladert.

Best for Parkville we’re Niall Delaney, Marcus Ragelis and Stevie Curry.

03/10/2020 15:12
St Joseph's AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC Pink
Entertaining game between 2 competitive teams
U14 league div 2 03/10 12:30
St Joseph's AFC 3 - 2 St Patrick's Boys AFC Pink

What a great entertainment game between 2 competitive teams at home in st Joseph's pitch. In a tense game, with both teams creating chances. It was Joeys who took the lead & opened the scoring in this game with Seamus Bible , scoring the 1st goal, around the 25th min. Both teams, put up a fight till Half time. Where ut came out for Joeys to lead at half time. 1 nil.

After the interval , St Pats came out strong , scoring 2 goals within 15 mins , with 5mins apart, goals scored by Kate Culleton & Mollie Cowman, putting St pat's ahead for about 10mins , where Joeys then picked up their heads, getting an equaliser through Mickey Byrne, bring both teams level up to around 30th min . We're both teams were fighting hard to score. Where both teams had great opportunities, but on the 30th min, was Mickey Byrne that got the last goal of the game. Leaving both teams to fight for more goals. But it was Joeys to come out on top, to get the points for today's game.

Todays game was a great entertaining game to watch . Where we had 2 competitive teams , that wanted the win. Where both teams , never gave up sight or hope in this thrilling game.

JOEYS SCORERS: Seamus Bible , Mickey Byrne (2)

ST PATS SCORERS: Kate Culleton, Mollie Cowman

JOEYS PLAYERS: Jack Keating, Luke Campion, Seamus Bible & James Carpenter

ST PATS PLAYERS: Rose Fascikin , Kaithlin Timmons & Grainne Thompson

03/10/2020 14:59
Nurney Villa AFC v St Joseph's AFC
U16 03/10 11:15
Nurney Villa AFC 9 - 5 St Joseph's AFC
It was nice to see soccer games being played again. Nurney got there season of to a great start with a home win. Shane Kelly got Nurneys first goal just five minutes into they game Nathen O Hara got Nurneys second goal a short time later .St Joseph`s never give up and got two goals back one after another .Nurney regrouped and Shane Kelly two more goals one from the penalty spot making it Nurney 4 and St Joseph`s 2 at half. Nurney got of to a good start in they second half with Oisin Maloney getting he`s first of the game . Joseph`s got there third with a well taken goal by James Cranny . Oisin Maloney got his second goal from the penalty spot . Shane Kelly scored two more before Joseph` came back with some good play and got two more goals back Oisin Maloney got Nurneys last goal of the game final score Nurney 9 St Joseph`s 5 .Goal scores for Nurney were Shane Kelly 5 Nathen o Hara 1 and Oisin Maloney 3 . Best players for Nurney were Tristan Searson Evin Kearney and Luke Brennan. Goal scores for St Joseph`s were James Cranny 3 Adam Seger 1 and Adam Farrell 1 . it was a all round team performance from Joseph`s
03/10/2020 14:57
Vale Wanderers AFC Green v Slaney Rovers AFC
U14 divison 2
U14 league div 2 03/10 13:15
Vale Wanderers AFC Green 1 - 1 Slaney Rovers AFC

A competitive lunch time game in the superbowl finished 1-1. Vale took the lead in the first half after a good move which was well finished by Ryan o shea. Both teams kept attacking and Slaney equalised with ten minutes left. Both teams tried for the winner but the game finished 1-1.

Goal scorer for Vale.. Ryan o Shea

Best for Vale were. Jack connolly. Ciaran Nolan and Aidan Nolan

Best for Slaney... Was the whole team in a very good teas m performance.

03/10/2020 14:56
Nurney Villa AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC Red
Nurney Villa 4 St. Pats Boys Red 1
U14 league div 2 03/10 13:00
Nurney Villa AFC 4 - 1 St Patrick's Boys AFC Red

Nurney Villa came out on top in this afternoon game at home to open their account in the U14 Division 2 League.

Played in a strong wind,the first half saw Nurney and St. Pats evenly matched with both sides having plenty of chances.The home team scored the only goal of the opening period through Corey Searson to lead one nil at half time.

The second half saw Nurney increase their advantage through goals from Jack Murphy,Zack O Hara and a wonderful free kick from man of the match Callum Kavanagh.

Despite falling behind St Pats never gave up and pulled one back with a great finish from Dylan Kearns.

The Nurney keeper had plenty to do in the last 20 minutes but the visitors were unable to get a goal their efforts deserved despite creating lots of chances.

Apart from the goalscorers,other players who shone included St. Pats Josh Timmons and Scott Lawlor and Tony Nolan and AJ Dooley for Nurney.

03/10/2020 14:55
Burrin Celtic AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC
Burrin Celtic with a strong home win against Slaney Valley
U13 Div 1 03/10 11:15
Burrin Celtic AFC 8 - 2 Slaney Rovers AFC

Burrin Celtic started very strong in this U13 Division 1 fixture against Slaney Valley. After creating a number of chances and being denied by the keeper and the woodwork, Noah Cullen opened the scoring with a fantastic long range effort from 30 yards. Celtic continued to control the midfield and added two more goals through Freddie Gibson and Matthew Drought. Slaney then started coming into the game more and created some openings but could not convert and the half finished with Celtic three nil up.

In the second half Celtic started quickly and were awarded a penalty after Charlie Clarke was brought down in the area. Matthew Drought cooly slotted home from the spot. Edward O'Byrne then made the score five nil to Celtic with a calm finish before an excellent free kick by Craig Burgess got Slaney Valley on the score sheet.

The goals weren't finished with Edward O'Byrne and Freddie Gibson both getting their second, Matthew Drought getting his hat trick and Dylan Hopkins pulling another back for Slaney, leaving the final score 8-2 to Burrin Celtic.

Best for Burrin Celtic were Matthew Drought, Kieran Donald and Charlie Clarke whilst Jack Corcoran, Dylan Hopkins and Craig Burgess stood out for Slaney Valley.

03/10/2020 14:22
St Joseph's AFC v Hanover Harps AFC
Tough day at the office for St Josephs
U13 Div 1 03/10 11:15
St Joseph's AFC 2 - 10 Hanover Harps AFC

Tough day at the office for St Josephs, heroic efforts from Liam Ryan, James McDonnell and Thomas Gorman could do little to stem the Hannover tide. Goals from Mikey Byrne [2] put some respectability on the scoreline.

For Hannover two goals each for TJ Brennan, Arda Destire, Axel O'Rock, Gael O'Rock and one each for Jake Burke and Callum Dolan ensured the victory

03/10/2020 13:54
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
Vale Wanderers AFC v Crettyard United AFC
Vale Comeback stuns Cretty
U16 03/10 10:00
Vale Wanderers AFC 3 - 3 Crettyard United AFC

Crettyard had the majority of chances in the opening quarter & Vale were kept in the game by 2 superb pieces of keeping by Simon McDonald. However hesitant defending twice saw Vale gift the visitors 2 goals as first Tadhg Dineen & then Sean O'Sullivan converted from overturned possession. Vale were struggling to cope with Crettys first style & had limited chances going forward.

The second half saw a much improved Vale create openings but were caught on the break to concede a penalty. Again Simon in the goal came to the rescue to tip the spot kick onto th he post. However Vale were hit on the break again & Cretty went 3 up with a fine finish from just out side the box. The comeback began in the final quarter as Vale pressed forward looking for a foothold in the game. Adam Farrell delivered with a superb 30 yard volley over the keeper into the right of the goal. Vales tails were up & 2 minutes later Charlie Nolan was hauled down in the box. He dusted himself off to convert the spot kick & it was game in for the final 5 minutes. Charlie Nolan went close as a fee on the home sideline from 25 yards out went narrowly over. Cretty were dangerous on the break but Luke Barron was composed at the back. Vales chance came late on as a repeat of Nolan earlier free fell to Sam Murphy to take. His effort bypassed Crettys defence to dip & deceive their keeper & fly in just inside the far post to level the game. Both sides had late surges but the ref blew up to share the spoils with Vale the happier after a Super comeback

Best for Crettyard Tadhg Dineen, Sean O'Sullivan & Jack Gorman. Vales best were Luke Barron, Joey Byrne & Dean Reddy with a man of the match performance by Bobby Daly

03/10/2020 12:02
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
Victorious St Joseph’s u-13 Squad
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
Hanover Harps AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC
U13 Div 1 26/09 14:30
Hanover Harps AFC 5 - 0 Burrin Celtic AFC

A very good game in the plots today as Hanover faced off against burrin. Five minutes into the first half there was a scramble in burrins box in which Gael o rock took it on his right foot and slotted home for a 1-0 Lead. After that the game seem to faze out with both teams having equal chances. On the 20 minute Jake Burke was took down in burrins box and gave Hanover a penalty in which axel o rock took but it hit the crossbar. Few minutes to halftime Leon Fitzgerald put a ball threw to Jake Burke who slotted home 2-0.

Halftime 2-0

Hanover started the second half well in which saw Jake Burke get another threw ball and made no mistake and put it in the back of the net 3-0. The next goal was much the same in which axel o rock was on the reviving end and slotted home. Burrin seemed to get a second breath and asked a few questions of Hanovers defense but could not break them down. Just before the full time whistle Hanover where awarded a penalty in which Leon Fitzgerald caught it clean off the lace of his boot and placed it home.

Best for Hanover: Jake Cunningham Burke Leon Fitzgerald Gael o rock

Best for burrin: James Berlsin

Kyle Connolly Noah Cullen

26/09/2020 17:19
Bagenalstown AFC v St Anne's AFC
U 13 Bagenalstown V St. Annes
U13 Div 2 26/09 11:15
Bagenalstown AFC 10 - 0 St Anne's AFC
26/09/2020 17:18