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New Oak Boys 3 - 1 Clondalkin Celtic 24/9

New Oak Boys despatch Clondalkin Celtic.
New Oak Boys won 3-1 against their visitors, Clondalkin Celtic at Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys) at 2 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

Castle Villa v New Oak Boys
o35 Div One 08/09 18:45
Castle Villa 0 - 2 New Oak Boys

Castle Villa 0

New Oak Boys 2

New Oak started the better and after three minutes Davey Walker broke clear only for the Villa keeper to make a great save and then on seven minutes Greg Sykula rounded the Villa keeper but somehow shot wide. Villa came into the game, as a speculative shot from distance went just over the bar, as both sides strove to get the opening score. Seamus Farrell got on the end of a beautiful cross from Bryan Carbury on 20 minutes to put New Oak 0-1 up, as at this stage they were dominant and on 32 minutes, Greg Sykula redeemed his earlier miss, with a close-range header for 0-2 and that was the half-time score.

Villa came on strong in the second-half but they were thwarted by the outstanding performance and reflexes of New Oak’s keeper Anthony Kavanagh, which kept Villa scoreless, during a half when Villa bombarded New Oak, but New Oak’s defence stood firm throughout. New Oak retain their unbeaten, top spot in the division, because of this win, with a five-point cushion, as the league comes down to the end-game.

It was a very hard-working effort from Villa, whilst standing out for New Oak were Bryan Carbury, Greg Sykula, Damien Farrell and Anthony Kavanagh.

Celtic Stars v New Oak Boys
Premier Division 17/09 11:00
Celtic Stars 2 - 4 New Oak Boys

Celtic Stars 2

New Oak Boys 4

A hat trick from Peter Fagan saw New Oak make it two wins from two games in the league.

The visitors were on the front foot early on and Daryl Coleman went close after five minutes. The opening goal arrived ten minutes later, Brian Quigley and Danny Perraria combined to set up Fagan for his first. Will Hayes and Fagan both missed chances to increase the lead before Stars levelled matters five minutes before the break. Dean Grandy converting an excellent free kick to make it 1-1.

Hayes restored the New Oak lead within two minutes of the restart, cutting in off the wing and firing low into the corner. Perraria set up Fagan for his second and New Oak’s third with 20 minutes left. Shortly afterwards the destination of the points was sealed when Murphy teed up Fagan for his hat trick. Stars wouldn’t give up the chase though and Brendan Behan struck an effort off the post before Jason Cush set Behan up to net late on but it was too little too late for the hosts.

Best for New Oak were Brian Quigley, Padraig Murphy and Danny Perraria. Impressing for Stars were Brendan Behan, Ronan Brennan and Peter Ryan

Seniors Division One
New Oak Boys 4 - 2 Carlow Rovers 16/9

New Oak Boys despatch Carlow Rovers.
League leaders New Oak Boys won 4-2 against their visitors, 6th placed Carlow Rovers at Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys) at 6 pm

New Oak Boys has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 10 out of its last 11 games.
Form: W W W W W W W D W W W

Carlow Rovers are currently on a losing streak of 4 games.
Form: L L L L W L L L L W L

New Oak Boys v Parkville United
Premier Division 10/09 11:00
New Oak Boys 3 - 0 Parkville United

New Oak Boys 3

Parkville United 0

New Oak got their Premier Division campaign off to a winning start after overcoming United on Sunday morning.

Parkville set out to contain their hosts and did so extremely well for the opening half. For all New Oak’s possession, it was Parkville who looked more dangerous on the break as Jamie Welsh set up both Conor and Kevin McCarney but neither could take advantage to give United a lead. The final pass was also letting United down and they paid dearly for their missed opportunities when New Oak struck for the lead five minutes before the break.

The second half was much the same story as the first as United absorbed pressure and tried to hit New Oak on the break, but as with the first half chances were created and missed, Ross Hanley and Jamie Welsh with best of the openings. New Oak had no such problems in front of goal and added two more scores to run out comfortable winners as even at this early stage the top of the table has a very familiar look with Hanover, New Oak and Crettyard occupying the top three positions.

Best for Parkville were Owen Murphy Rory O'Connor and Eoin Brennan.

Burrin Celtic v New Oak Boys
o35 Div One 01/09 19:00
Burrin Celtic 2 - 5 New Oak Boys

Burrin Celtic 2

New Oak Boys 5

New Oak dominated the first half and they scored three great goals in a 15-minute spell midway through the half.

Brian Carbury hit a fine shot into the top corner of the net from 20 yards on 16 minutes for 0-1, then on 19 minutes, Adam Flynn made it 0-2, as he finished off a great knockdown from Seamus Farrell and finally, Farrell made it 0-3 on 30 minutes, when he out-muscled a defender and calmly finished and that was the score at the interval.

Burrin came out fighting in the second half and they pulled one back on eight minutes with a goal from Alan Kelly for 1-3, but the comeback was short lived, as on 15 minutes, New Oak’s Davey Walker scored from a free-kick at the edge of the box for 1-4. Brian Carbury, scored another with a cool finish, for his brace on 20 minutes, for 1-5, however, Burrin never gave up and pulled another goal back, right at the death for a final score of 2-5.

It was a battling performance from an outclassed Burrin and an excellent, classy performance from New Oak.

New Oak Boys v Nurney Villa
Carlow Shield 27/08 11:00
New Oak Boys 5 - 0 Nurney Villa

New Oak Boys 5

Nurney Villa 0

After taking an hour to break down a game Nurney side New Oak ran out comfortable winners.

The first half saw play swing from end to end with both sides not availing of good goal scoring chances as half time came with the sides scoreless.

Boys stepped up their performance in the third quarter and the efforts of the Villa side to stay with them started to tell. The breakthrough when it came was unfortunate on the visitors as a Popa Murphy shot took a deflection of a Nurney defender to wrong foot keeper Declan Murphy after 61 minutes. Ten minutes later substitute Darren McGuill shot goal number two after the Villa challenge was over. Boys then proceed to notch three more goal against a tiring Villa side to complete victory. The goals came from Daryl Coleman, Will Hayes and Max Mattos.

Excellent for the winners were Peter Fagan, Lee Murphy and Popa Murphy, for Nurney Eamonn Dowling, Shane O Reilly and Sean Taylor were best.

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New Oak Boys Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Sunday 24 September 2017
New Oak Boys31Clondalkin CelticBurrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)14:00Brian O' Reilly
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