CDJL Match Reports
Ballymurphy Celtic v Burrin Celtic AFC
Burrin pull away in second half
U13 div 1 28/03 18:45
Ballymurphy Celtic 0 - 5 Burrin Celtic AFC
Burrin took all three points again a strangely lacklustre Ballymurphy.Burrin started on the front foot and had plenty of the ball and we’re playing nice football.They took the lead in the 15th minute through Bill Roberts after he got on the end of a good through ball and gave the keeper no chance from 8yards.Burrin continued pressed hard and scored a second as an unmarked Bobby Finn headed in a Robbie Kelleher corner from 10 yards out.The second half was continued in the same vein with Burrin pressing hard and keeping the home keeper they got a third goal through a super free kick from Bobby Finn 20 yards from goal.The home keeper produced several top class saved but Burrin scored a fourth as Bobby Finn finished well from 15 yards.They wrapped up the scoring through Robbie Kelleher in the 53rd min.Bally pushed hard in the remaining mins but had no worthwhile efforts on Goal.For Ballymurphy Oisin Fogarty was excellent also Jack Ivers and Charlie Foley played well,for Burrin it would be unfair to pick anyone out as it was a fantastic team effort.
30/03/2023 00:04
Parkville United AFC v Nurney Villa AFC
U12 Div 1 29/03 18:45
Parkville United AFC 2 - 1 Nurney Villa AFC
Parkville held out for a one goal win at home to Nurney in this competitive fixture. The hosts started brightly and created several half chances in the opening few minutes. The early pressure paid dividends with Parkville opening the scoring within the first 10 minutes. Kacper Futoma picked up a lose ball in midfield and found James Broughan in some space, his first time pass through the middle released Joe Leacy who fired home from the edge of the box. Parkville continued to press for the second goal with Liam Brennan and Daniel Malinowski a constant threat on the left had side. It was no surprise then that the second goal started from some quick passing between Brennan and Malinowski, their hard work allowed Ryan Mulligan time on the ball to pick out John Nolan at centre forward. Nolan controlled the ball expertly and teed up Kacper Futoma just inside the box. Futoma placed his shot to the far corner giving the Nurney keeper no chance. Parkville, not satisfied with a two goal lead, continued to press the visitors with Tadhg Dempsey coming close to adding a third goal only to be denied by a great save. As the half progressed Nurney began to play themselves into the game and came close to reducing the lead on a number of occasions. The second half was a tighter affair with both sides enjoying dominant spells. With less than 10 minutes remaining Nurney gave themselves a lifeline courtesy of a fine finish by Fin Lawlor. This goal lifted Nurney who finished the game strongly with Oliver Hughes and Declan Kearney in particular testing the Parkville defence. Parkville held there nerve to see out the game and secure the three points. Best for Nurney on the day were Oliver Hughes, Declan Kearney and Andrew Farrell.
29/03/2023 22:39
Hanover Harps AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
U12 Div 1 29/03 18:45
Hanover Harps AFC 2 - 1 St Patrick's Boys AFC

Hanover Harps 2 St. Pat's 1

Hanover came out on top in a very competitive game this evening in The Plots. Hanover went ahead with a goal straight from the corner kick from Tristan Cotter. St Pat's equalised from a free kick from MJ Haughney. Score was 1 - 1 at halftime.

Hanover were on the front foot in the second half and got their rewards with a great strike from Tìre Adeleye. Game finished 2-1 to Hanover.

Best for St.Pats were Jordan Touhi and Temi.

Best for Hanover were Jake Corcoran, Oìsin Woods and Tìre Adeleye

29/03/2023 21:03
New Oak Boys AFC v Ballymurphy Celtic
New Oak Win
U12 Div 1 29/03 18:45
New Oak Boys AFC 2 - 0 Ballymurphy Celtic

The home side started on the front foot controlling possession and getting off shots. Conn Small hit the post twice in the first 15 mins. Eli Slevin shot from 25 yards only to be denied by the Ballymurphy keeper yet again. The breakthrough finally happened on the stroke of half time when Eli Slevin put Michael Quigley through who intelligently squared it back for Small to rattle the back of the net.

Ballymurphy came out in the second half and pressed for an equaliser only for Conor O'Gorman to deny them. The second goal came shortly after with Michael Lyons setting Quigley away to finish and make it 2-0. New Oak took control and held the ball well before Quigley nearly got his second only to be denied by the post. Luke McLoughlin came ckose twice but the Ballymurphy keeper kept the score at 2-0.

Best on the day - Blake O'Grady, Michael Quigley, Conor O'Gorman

29/03/2023 21:00
Crettyard United AFC v St Fiacc's AFC
Home win for Crettyard
U12 Div 2 29/03 18:45
Crettyard United AFC 2 - 1 St Fiacc's AFC
Crettyard and St fiacc's played one of the games of the season this evening. The game was end to end from start to finish and some excellent soccer on show. Crettyard had the opening chances but St fiacc's defended unreal. Then they almost caught Crettyard on the break but for excellent defended from Crettyard themselves. Then just on halftime Crettyard finally broke the dead lock when Adam Rowan delivered a ball into Eoin dowling and he put it away lovely. The second half was end to end again and fiacc's were really causing problems for Crettyard, but they weathered it well and went 2-0 up when Eoin dowling scored his second with the cross coming from Dan Curran. This didn't stop St fiacc's tho and when Dylan Doyle crossed in a perfect ball Felipe stuck it in the back of the net to set up a great final 5 minutes. Crettyard defended so well with Harry Gorman, sean knowles and darragh Curran and held on for the win. Best for St fiacc's were Jack scully, Gabriel witaszek and max minnock. Adam Rowan played his captains role again with a super display for Crettyard, along with finn Kelly and Mia Kearney.
29/03/2023 20:39
Hanover Harps AFC v New Oak Boys AFC
U13 div 1 28/03 18:45
Hanover Harps AFC 1 - 2 New Oak Boys AFC

Hanover Harps took on league leaders New Oak at home for a hotly contested game of football on a cool spring evening. A few short minutes after the first whistle the homeside were first to score with Nathan Walsh scoring from a fantastic free kick which deflected off the crossbar and into the New Oak goal. Hanover were unlucky not to get a second goal in the half when another free kick taken by Charlie McHugh went just a couple of inches over the visitors crossbar. New Oak had their own chances in the first half and were unlucky not to score in the 20th minute with the ball ping ponging at the front of the Hanover goal with the ball finally being booted over the crossbar.

Both teams started off strong in the second half with though battles throughout the field. The visitors pushed hard and were rewarded on the 40th miunute with their first goal. New Oaks second goal came about 5 miutes after from a corner that was tapped in. Hanover fought hard to score an equaliser and had some good opportunities that just did not go to foot. A disappointing result for Hanover to lose by the smallest of margins but they can be proud of the team performance.

2-1 win to New Oak.

Best for Hanover were

Senan Sheehan

Nathan Walsh

Nathaniel Jakubiec

New Oaks stand out players were

Cormac Lowry

Oisin Rice

29/03/2023 07:42
Hanover Harps AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
U13 Div 2 28/03 18:45
Hanover Harps AFC 1 - 0 St Patrick's Boys AFC

Hanover Harps division 2 team welcomed St Pats Boys to The Plots in the first of our mid-week fixtures. It was an amazing game played tonight by two teams that were taking no prisoners. Both teams had their chances but the goal that won it was an amazing header on the 4th minute by Alex Broderick from a fantastic corner taken By Tire Adeleye.

A special mention to our Captain Fantastic Joe Dermody who really took the lead on the night.

It was an overall good performance from St Pats Boys.

29/03/2023 07:40
Parkville United AFC v St Joseph's AFC
U13 Div 2 25/03 11:00
Parkville United AFC 2 - 1 St Joseph's AFC

Parkville started brightly but after some good St. Joseph's play they took the lead in the 8th min.

They nearly doubled their lead but for a great save from Bradley Stynes in the parkville goal, this inspired Parkville who started to come back into the game with some good play from Ryan Jennings, Dara Murphy and Jordi Coughlin.

With half time approaching James Broughan supplied a lovely cross in for Cody Doyle to equalised with his head.

Parkville started the 2nd half as they finished the 1st half with great play down the line. On one of these plays Oliwia Zaborniak won a corner that was converted to the back of the net by Donnacha Myres.

St. Joe's fought back for an equaliser but the Parkville defence of Dennis Fitzgerald, Joe Smithers, Orhran Byrne and Orhran Murphy came into their own and clear everything that came their way.

In the dying minutes one final chance fell to Parkville after a great through ball from Max O Donohoe who put Cody Doyle in. Dolye was fouled just outside the box and the resulting free kick was put narrowly wide by James Broughan.

That was the end of the action and Parkville held on for their 1st win of the season.

A great team performance.

26/03/2023 08:27
St Kevins Boys Dublin v St Patrick's Boys AFC
25/03 13:00
St Kevins Boys Dublin 1 - 2 St Patrick's Boys AFC

St. Pats U15 march on to the quarter-finals of the SFAI Trophy after securing a hard-fought 2-1 win in extra time against St. Kevin's. In the initial stages of the match, St. Kevin's dominated possession and created a number of chances, with Luke Dooley making a fantastic save to prevent St. Pats from going behind. However, Pats dug deep and gradually took control of the midfield, thanks to the efforts of Mark Buggy.

Despite having a number of opportunities to score, Pats found it difficult to break down a resolute St. Kevin's defense, and it was only towards the end of the first half that they finally managed to find the back of the net, with Kacper Zarzycki putting them 1-0 up at halftime.

In the second half, Pats continued to dominate but were unable to convert their chances, and St. Kevin's gradually began to find their way back into the game, eventually equalizing to make it 1-1. The match remained level at full-time, leading to extra time.

Both sides had their chances in extra time, but Pats looked the more likely to score, and with just three minutes left before penalties, Mark Buggy produced a moment of magic to score the winning goal and send Pats through to the next round. The match ended 2-1 in Pats' favor, and their victory was well-deserved. Standout performers for Pat's included Ruari McEvoy, Mark Buggy, and Dawid Jarmakow.

25/03/2023 21:50
Killeshin AFC v New Oak AFC
U12 Girls 25/03 10:00
Killeshin AFC 2 - 2 New Oak AFC
Great game right from the start killeshin went a goal up fron Neimh Eagan then newoak got a great worked goal to leave it 1 all at half time.seccond half was much the same with Laura Malone scoring a great goal .Brillent pressure from new oak to get there 2nd goal to share the points.Best for killeshin was Faye Brennan and Mollie oReillys
25/03/2023 18:50
New Oak Boys AFC v Ardee
New Oak Advance to the Quarter Final
25/03 14:00
New Oak Boys AFC 3 - 3 Ardee
25/03/2023 17:34
St Patrick's Boys AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC
u15 Div 2 25/03 10:00
St Patrick's Boys AFC 4 - 1 Slaney Rovers AFC

This was a game played under cold but sunny condition on St. Patrick's Boys AFC Astro. This was a game that both sides had to win.

Both teams started well with St. Pat's creating some great chances. St. Pat's scored 1st through Andrew Monteiro about 15 minutes jnto the first half. Despite some impressive defending Andrew scored his second just before the end of the half.

St. Pat's started the second half well and within a few minutes of the start John Hendricken scored a scracker of a goal after some fine footwork to get jim in a position to shoot.

Against the run of play Slaney scored an excellent goal.

Pat's put the game to bed with a fourth goal from Danny Serafin.

Despite constant pressure and many shots on goal St. Pat's were unable to break through a solid Slaney defence.

A good result for St. Pat's. No man of the match as a great overall team performance from 1 to 16.

25/03/2023 17:29
Vale Wanderers AFC v Slaney Rovers AFC
U13 Div 2 25/03 12:45
Vale Wanderers AFC 3 - 7 Slaney Rovers AFC

On a day of very changeable weather, Slaney got off to a very bright start and took the lead in the first minute of the match from the very first attack of the game.

A young Vale lineup remained under pressure for much of the first half but continued to battle hard and grabbed a goal with a good move which was finished off well by Frankie Doyle to leave the half-time score 1-5 to the visitors.

The heavens opened early in the second half, along with the floodgates, as the two teams shared 4 goals in the second half - the home team playing some very good passing football.

Romeo Sithibe struck an excellent freekick from 25 yards out to the top corner and a good run and tidy finish from Doyle for his second of the match were just reward for a much improved second half performance from the home side.

Best for Vale:

Adam Keating

Frankie Doyle

Ethan Chambers

Vale goalscorers:

Frankie Doyle x2

Romeo Sithibe

Best for Slaney:

Will Darcy

Rory Cullen

Rian Nolan


Callum McCabe

Rian Nolan

Timmy Jackson

Ronan Bonchar

25/03/2023 16:53
Ballymurphy Celtic v Parkville United AFC
Bally keep pressure on the leaders
u15 Div 2 25/03 12:15
Ballymurphy Celtic 3 - 0 Parkville United AFC

This was a tight game to begin with before Eoin condren whipped in a cross and Toby Joyce with a brilliant first touch finished well to get Bally off to a good start on 14 mins. Conor Walsh then doubled the lead on 20 with a shot into the bottom corner from 25 yards 2 - 0 HT ,

Parkville started the the second half well but Ballymurphy put the game to bed on 55 mins when a determined Lucais Doherty forced the Ball home from a corner , best for Bally Thomas Sheehan, darragh Coleman and Toby Joyce. It was a solid team performance from Parkville.

25/03/2023 16:32
Ballymurphy Celtic v Crettyard United AFC
Bally finish strong to beat old rivals Crettyard
U13 div 1 25/03 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 2 - 1 Crettyard United AFC
This was was a good tight affair between two evenly matched teams with Bally coming out on top thanks to a late brace of goals from James Flood.It was a very even game with few chances in the first half for either teams and the bumpy surface wasn’t helping either teams attempts to play football.Adam Roman was a constant threat on the left wing for Cretty and nearly opened the scoring after 20 mins but Jack Ivers pulled off a brilliant save to keep the game scoreless.At the other end Charlie Foley was also giving Bally a great outlet and on a couple of occasions only the bounce of the ball stopped him from getting a few chances on target.The second half started in the same vein with both teams struggling to pass the ball on a poor surface.Crettyard took the lead on in the 42nd min thanks to a corner taken by Aaron Brennan which somehow evaded three defenders on the front post and ended up in the back of the net.Bally then introduced Danny Jordan for the last 15mins and this sparked them into life,after 51 mins James Flood scored a free kick from 20 yards out after Danny had been fouled on the left hand side of the pitch and following some sustained pressure from Bally they took the lead from a corner by Dylan King which was finished to the back of the net from 5yards out by James Flood with 5mins left.Crettyard pressed hard for the equaliser in the remaining few mins but Bally held strong and took the points with maybe Crettyard a bit unlucky not to take a share of the points.For Bally Charlie Foley,Oisin Fogarty and Danny Jordan were excellent and for Crettyard Adam Rowen,Darragh Curran and Mia Kearney played very well.
25/03/2023 16:28
Bagenalstown AFC v Hanover Harps AFC
Bagenalstown AFC v Hanover Harps AFC
U15 div 1 25/03 12:00
Bagenalstown AFC 1 - 0 Hanover Harps AFC
Bagenalstown welcomed Hanover to the mgrath park this morning always a good competitive game between these two sides and they trend continued with bagenalstown probably starting the better. The town got plenty of ball down the right hand side with Aiden hickey and james brennan breaking free on more than one occasion. The visitors looked to play on the counter and got through bagenalstowns defence a few times only to be hauled back for offside. Bagenalstown just shading the it with more possession. The second half was more an even game with some good passing moves but both defences on top . Bagenalstown were starting to get on top james brennan comming close with his effort. About mid way through the second half bagenalstowns won a free put wide on the right john Lillis took it and Davey reading powered it home . Hanover gave it there all pressing forward looking for an equaliser but bagenalstowns defence looked comfortable and the town held out for the win. Best for town was all three defenders James brennan and Aiden hickey impressed. Best for Hanover alex mezur and leon Fitzgerald
25/03/2023 16:23
Hanover Harps AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC
U13 div 1 25/03 11:00
Hanover Harps AFC 4 - 0 Burrin Celtic AFC

Burrin Celtic’s unbeaten record in the u13’s competition came to an end this morning. Burrin Celtic travelled to Hanover Harps on a fine morning with the home side coming away with a comfortable win (4-0). With a full strength squad, the Hanover camp were keen for retribution after suffering defeat to Burrin Celtic two weeks earlier. Hanover Harps outbattled Burrin Celtic across the field with a great team performance.

Hanover’s first goal came after about 6 minutes when Mael O’Rock slipped a pass to Shay O’Grady who took a long range shot on goal powering over the Burrin Celtic keepers head. Hanover added two more goals before the end of the first half with super goals coming from Owen Fitzharris who carefully picked his spot under huge pressure from the Burrin defense after a fine through ball from Andrian Robu and Robu saw his own effort find the net shortly afterwards.

Burrin Celtic had some good opportunities in the second half but for some fine goalkeeping from Daire Brady between the Harps sticks.The visitors probably had their best chance early in the second half with a free but Hanover keeper made a brilliant save. Hanover Harps final goal came around the 45th minute from a very low header by Nathanial Jakubiec that skipped over the goal line yielding a winning margin equal to their losing margin in the team’s prior encounter.Best for Hanover were, Daire Brady, Maesfi Islam, Shay O'Grady and Owen Fitzharris

25/03/2023 15:10
Vale Wanderers AFC v Parkville United AFC
U13 div 1 25/03 10:00
Vale Wanderers AFC 2 - 2 Parkville United AFC

It was a beautiful sunny morning in The Superbowl as Vale Wanderers welcomed Parkville Utd for what proved to be an exciting game of football. However, It was the visitors who started the brighter grabbing the first goal of the game with Thomàs Doran firing home from close range after a poorly cleared corner kick in the opening minutes. There were half chances for both sides, but the half ended 0-1 to the visitors.

Vale came out after half time a different team and began to play much better football. They got back on level terms when a pass from Diarmuid Redmond found Mathew Jordan, who finished smartly to bring the game level. Vale, now with their tails up turned the screw and following a lofted ball from Jason Kelly, Shaun Sibanda held off the challenges and found the back of the net with around ten minutes left to play.

The Tullow outfit re-grouped and began to search for an equaliser, but the Vale rearguard held firm with Joey Drea and Brendan Byrne making several crucial interventions. One of those clearances led to a late corner and Parkville, with one last push grabbed an equaliser with just minutes left on the clock, which was finished by Kia Quinn and the scoreline finished honours even.

Best for Vale were:

Joey Drea,

Shaun Sibanda,

Brendan Byrne.

Best for Parkville were:

Conor Butler,

Paudi Connelly,

Oisin Wall.

25/03/2023 14:32
New Oak Boys AFC v St Patrick's Boys AFC
U13 Div 2 25/03 12:30
New Oak Boys AFC 0 - 2 St Patrick's Boys AFC

The league leaders St Pats scored early in this match and never looked like letting that lead slip.

6 minutes in Jonah Brennan was at the back post to capitalise on a loose ball to put the visitors ahead.

12 minutes in and Gabriel De Sa put in a great cross which Cody Byrne strcthed to try get his head on the end of but it just evaded him.

On 15 minutes Ryan Doody curled a lovely free kick in off the under side of the bar to put Pats 2 nil up.

It was too and fro for much of the half with Pats passing being side ans deservedly went in 2 nil up.

The 2nd saw both sides battle hard with Pats having the better of the chances.

Best for New Oak were Evan Glynn, Aj Bolger, Kieran Holbrook & Hugh Collins.

Best for St Pats were Ryan Doody, Jonah Brennan & Jamaal Adegoke.

25/03/2023 14:30
Nurney Villa AFC v Burrin Celtic AFC
Burrin Celtic Win By Three
U16 Girls 25/03 10:00
Nurney Villa AFC 0 - 3 Burrin Celtic AFC

Burrin Celtic came out strongest in this match played in good conditions on an excellent pitch on Saturday morning, with the breeze influencing the game at times, and the sun smiling occasionally during the match.

Burrin started off strongly with some attacks down their right wing, and it was from one of these early attacks that Burrin put in an inviting cross that fell to Leah Fitzgerald 12 yards out. She hammered the ball towards the goal, it hit the underside of the cross bar, rebounded off the back of the unlucky Nurney keeper, and into the net. Both teams worked hard in midfield, with Mai Cradock of Nurney making good progress at times, and she very nearly played in Kelly Tobin through on goal, but the Burrin goalkeeper, Kaitlyn Sheppard, was out very quickly to win the ball at Tobin’s feet. Nurney were forced to make a change, due to an injury to Hannah Watters, who had been putting in great work in the left back position. It is hoped that she makes a speedy recovery. The game was in the balance, one-nil at half-time.

Both teams came out in determined mood in the second half, with both teams pressing forward. However, Burrin it was that got the next goal, with a India Mernagh shot from the edge of the area finding the corner of the net. Nurney pushed forward, but from a Burrin Celtic breakaway, Leah Fitzpatrick killed off Nurney hopes with Burrin’s third goal.

Best for Nurney were Doireann O’Toole, Katie Cowman and Holly Ryan, who all put in great efforts.

Best for Burrin Celtic were Lucy Simms, Shannon Green and Kaitlyn Sheppard.

25/03/2023 14:19
Vale Wanderers AFC v New Oak Boys AFC
u15 Div 2 25/03 11:15
Vale Wanderers AFC 8 - 1 New Oak Boys AFC
Vale Wanderers took an early hold on proceedings with New Oak with Fionn Forde and Alan Fitzgerald netting in quick succession before Odhran Murphy got in on the act , Alan Fitzgerald doubled his tally midway through the half before Conor Comerford's hard word paying off after his initial effort struck the post , New Oak worked tirelessly throughout with AJ Core particularly prominent throughout. The second half saw a great finish from Jack Murphy early on complimented by Fionn Forde second and Ryan Murphy's quick thinking late on netted him a goal before New Oaks AJ Core found the net from a free kick to reward his and in particular Kyle Hutton , Zenan Cullen and Keelan McGrath's hard work while best for Vale were Conor Comerford , Adam Dowling and Alan Fitzgerald
25/03/2023 13:27
Crettyard United AFC v St Joseph's AFC Blue
Cretty win
U16 18/03 10:00
Crettyard United AFC 5 - 1 St Joseph's AFC Blue

Cretty 8-1 Joseph’s

Niall Kealey 1

Bobby Rohan 1

James Keating 1

Niall hickey 1

Evan Dunne 1

Blake rice 2

Cian o Sullivan 1

Best for cretty Shane Baldwin Nial Kealey seamus lynch

Best for Joseph’s

Walter webb 1

Best for kevin ginn

18/03/2023 17:48
St Anne's AFC v Killeshin AFC
St Annes 2 v 2 Killeshin
U12 Div 3 18/03 13:00
St Anne's AFC 2 - 2 Killeshin AFC

In Blustery Conditions St Annes welcomed killeshin to Ballylinan.

The Game got off to a hectic start with chances at both ends

And both keepers busy from the start.

Killeshin had the ball in the net on 15 minutes a nice finish by finn Farrel but was deemed to be offside.

The deadlock was broken on 20 minutes with a lovey finish from outside

the box scored by Darragh Mulhall. Then just before half time

St Annes got another this time Sean O'Sullivan breaks through

and scores a neat lob over the keeper.

The half finished.

The Second have started brightly with both teams have good

Passages of play but killeshin was chasing the game they

Used the wind to the advantage and scored 2 early goals but for

both to be off side. Persistence paid off for killeshin and the narred the gap

with a lovely finish from close range by fionn Farrel.

Killeshin sealed a point with a goal from Rian Holdon.

A very exciting game both teams gave everything today.

Goal scores for St Annes:

Darragh Mulhall

Sean O'Sullivan

Best of St Annes

Sochi objogwu

Davin Rowan

Darragh Mulhall

Goal scorers for Killeshin

Fionn Farrel

Rian Holdon

Best of Killeshin

Nathan Purcell

Brian Mooney

Riori O Doherty

18/03/2023 16:24
Hanover Harps AFC v St Joseph's AFC
U14 Div 2 18/03 11:30
Hanover Harps AFC 3 - 1 St Joseph's AFC

Hanover Harps met St Josephs on a wet and windy morning in The Plots for a great game of soccer. Both teams starting strong and wanting the points, it was Hanover however who got the first goal with a spectacular goal from Andrian Robu. Josephs came straight back on the attack, getting awarded a penalty that they made sure to put in the back of the net with a brilliant strike from Niall Egan. With everything to play for it was game on. Hanover came back in the 28th minute with a cracking shot from Nathan Walsh. And not 2 minutes later another shot came from Hanovers Nacho Montesinos. Half time score 3-1.

With the weather conditions not on either teams side, it saw for a very quiet second half. The ball didn't make it into either net, with shots from both sides.

Full time score 3-1 to Hanover.

Goal scorers for Hanover were Andrian Robu, Nathan Walsh & Nacho Montesinos.

Goal scorer for St Josephs was Niall Egan.

3 best for Hanover were Edon Nimani, Senan Sheehan & Nacho Montesinos.

An overall great team performance from St Josephs

18/03/2023 15:42
Hanover Harps AFC v Bagenalstown AFC
U16 18/03 10:00
Hanover Harps AFC 3 - 1 Bagenalstown AFC

Hanover maintained their unbeaten home record after a good win against Bagenalstown in The Plots on Saturday morning.The home team started brightly and had a couple of half chances before forcing a number of corners.From a Sam McHugh delivery,Eoin Ryan rose highest to head home at the back post to give Hanover the lead after ten minutes.Bagenalstown grew into the game and got their passing going to ask questions of the home defence. From one attack the ball was played wide and the resulting cross carried all the way to the top corner to draw the sides level.In difficult conditions the game was to and fro before a good Hanover move saw a great Dermot Lawlor cross glanced home from the head of Aaron Cunningham Burke. Half time 2-1 to the home team.

The second half continued to be well contested with both keepers being called into action.The next goal was to prove vital and Sam McHugh got it for Hanover, carrying the ball past several challenges before finishing from an acute angle. A hard fought win for Hanover who had Dermot Lawlor, Bailee Cooney, Daire Byrne and Leon Fitzgerald in top form.Bagenalstown had good performances from Jason Dillon, Ian Craddock, James Cushen and Kyle Clarke.

18/03/2023 15:38
Slaney Rovers AFC v St Anne's AFC
U12 Div 2 18/03 12:00
Slaney Rovers AFC 4 - 2 St Anne's AFC


U12 - Div.2 Slaney Rovers 4 – 2 St. Anne`s

Slaney, with the strong wind at their backs in the first-half, dominated all the possession and broke the deadlock, when keeper Thomas `mossie` Keane gathered and he released a long ball to Timmy Jackson, who took a lovely touch away from a defender and calmly slotted the ball home for 1 nil on ten minutes. The home side doubled their lead when Timmy Jackson slotted home in the fifth minute, an excellent through ball from Peter Burke. Kallan McCabe`s powerful run and fine finish put Slaney 3-0 and on the stroke of half-time, Daniel O`Neill used the wind to great effect, when his spectacular long -ranged effort found the top corner, for 4 nil at the break. To their credit, St. Anne`s responded in the second half with two fine finishes from Mark Kennedy and Liam Hyde, to reward the efforts of Ciaran Loughman, Freya Conroy and Davy Walsh. Slaney were well served by Harry McMorris, Riley Kennedy and Peter Burke

18/03/2023 15:34
St Patrick's Boys AFC Green v St Patrick's Boys AFC Red
U16 18/03 10:00
St Patrick's Boys AFC Green 1 - 5 St Patrick's Boys AFC Red

St.Patricks Green vs Red. Both teams fighting for the top half of the league. First half score ended 2-1.

The red team got off to a great start in second half with a 3rd goal.

The match ended at 5-1 to Pats Red.

Pats Green Scorer Corey Purcell Lawler

Pats Red scorers Jayden Kelly x 1. Jan Flezjar x 2 and Chris Morabane x 2

18/03/2023 15:11
Under 12 League Division One 2022/23
Burrin Celtic AFC 4 - 0 Nurney Villa AFC 18/3
Robbie Kelliher shows class with hat trick as Burrin Celtic AFC despatch Nurney Villa AFC.
League leaders Burrin Celtic AFC won 4-0 against their visitors, 7th placed Nurney Villa AFC at The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic) at 1:30 pm

Burrin Celtic AFC have won 3 out of 4 home games.
Form: W W W D W L W W W

Nurney Villa AFC has yet to win in this competition, having lost its last 5 games.
Form: L L L L L D L L D

Scorers: (Burrin Celtic AFC) Robbie Kelliher (3),Glen Cantwell
30/03/2023 16:21
Under 12 League Division One 2022/23
New Oak Boys AFC 0 - 2 Hanover Harps AFC 18/3
Ross Geoghegan shows class scoring twice as Hanover Harps AFC take all points from New Oak Boys AFC.
6th placed New Oak Boys AFC were beaten at home by 3rd placed Hanover Harps AFC at Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys) at 11:30 am

New Oak Boys AFC
Form: W L D W L D L L L

Hanover Harps AFC are currently on a winning streak of 4 games.They have won 3 out of 4 away games.
Form: W W W W D L W

Scorers: (Hanover Harps AFC) Ross Geoghegan (2)
Yellow Cards: (New Oak Boys AFC) BLAKE O GRADY
30/03/2023 16:21
Under 14 League Division Two 2022/23
Parkville United AFC 4 - 2 Nurney Villa AFC 18/3
Adrian Plonka scores hat trick as Parkville United AFC take spoils against Nurney Villa AFC.
5th placed Parkville United AFC won 4-2 against their visitors, 6th placed Nurney Villa AFC at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 10 am

Parkville United AFC have won 4 out of 5 home games.
Form: W W L L W L L L L W

Nurney Villa AFC
Form: L W L L L L W W L W L

Scorers: (Parkville United AFC) Adrian Plonka (3),Tawananyasha Mudawapi
(Nurney Villa AFC) Conal Dermody, Kian Minchin

Yellow Cards: (Nurney Villa AFC) Eoghan Murphy
30/03/2023 16:21