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New Oak Boys v Corach Ramblers 19/11
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New Oak Boys play host to Corach Ramblers at Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys) at 11 am

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

New Oak Boys v St Fiacc's FC
Premier Division 12/11 11:00
New Oak Boys 6 - 0 St Fiacc's FC



New Oak dominated the game from early on and Popa Murphy made the breakthrough on 12 mins, finishing from a Dylan Keightley cross. 10 mins later Will Hayes cross found the net to double New Oaks lead.

On 40 mins Hayes hard work on the wing found Adam Flynn who expertly finished. The 2nd half was much the same with New Oak scoring again, Murphy clinically finishing and he completed his hat trick on 75 mins with a fantastic free kick. New Oak were awarded a penalty on 80 mins which Bobby Dowling put away to finish the scoring. Best for New Oak were Popa Murphy, Adan Flynn and Lee Murphy.

New Oak Boys v Kilree Celtic
Carlow Shield 05/11 11:00
New Oak Boys 5 - 3 Kilree Celtic

New Oak Boys 5

Kilree Celtic 3 AET

Premier Division Side New Oak needed extra time to overcome Division 2 pacesetters Kilree before booking their place in the quarter final draw. After a tense opening New Oak hit the front on the half hour. The hosts doubled their lead 2 minutes before the break and Kilree were left with a mountain to climb in the second half. Kilree battled away but it wasn’t until 75 minutes that Mark McDonald scored to reduce the arrears before David Dowling netted 3 minutes later to level the tie. New Oak responded and retook the lead with 8 minutes left but again Kilree came back and a superb David McDonald free kick made it 3-3 to force extra time. Hopes of a major shock were averted however as New Oak drew on all their experience to score 2 unanswered goals to advance.

Castle Villa v New Oak Boys
Villa come out on top in a thrilling cup final
o35 carlow cup 11/11 14:30
Castle Villa 2 - 2 New Oak Boys

Castle Villa drew first blood on the 22nd min. After a good spell of possession from New Oak. The veteran hoops were 2 down inside 27 minutes and looked to be down and out until club legend Bryan Carberry stepped up to halve the Villa lead. This spurred New Oak on and the had a hunger to turn it around. Persistence paid off when Bryan Carberry laid further claim to a man of the match performance when he drove home a free kick to take his side back into the game. Joy turned to despair however when a nervously misplaced final penalty landed over the crossbar and summed up an unlucky evening for the league champions. An all round fantastic performance from New Oak to come back from 2 down with a standout performance by Bryan Carberry
Gorey Celtic v New Oak Boys
22/10 11:00
Gorey Celtic 2 - 0 New Oak Boys

Gorey Celtic 2

New Oak Boys 0

New Oak went out of the national competition in Gorey on Sunday.

A goal in each half enough for the hosts to advance. Celtic started well but it took a defensive lapse on the half hour to present them with the opening goal.

The second half saw a much-improved Boys take the field and Daryl Coleman almost had them level on 55 minutes. Shortly afterwards James McGrath crashed a free kick off a post as the visitors enjoyed their best spell. As the game entered the closing stages New Oak pushed more men forward and Gorey capitalised on gaps at the back to hit the visitors for a second goal to finish off the game.

Best for New Oak were Cathal Gaffney, Cian Dowling and Zac Youngram.

New Oak Boys v Vale Wanderers
o35 carlow cup 07/10 17:00
New Oak Boys 6 - 1 Vale Wanderers

New Oak Boys6
Vale Wanderers1

Despite these set-backs Vale tried hard to contain New Oak and they kept them at bay until 24 minutes into the game, with a mixture of good goalkeeping and robust defending, however, New Oak’s prolific goal scorer, Greg Sykula, opened the scoring for 1-0 and on 30 minutes, he scored his second and New Oak took their 2-0 lead into the interval.
The second-half was all New Oak and after only five minutes, Ross Townsend made it 3-0 and two minutes later Greg Sykula, scored again for 4-0 and completed his hat-trick to boot, when he found himself ‘one on one’ with the Vale keeper and calmly rounded him to score.
Sheamus Farrell made it 5-0 to New Oak, when he scored with a header from a Ken Lacey corner, however, Vale showed great spirit, by never giving up and Pa Dowling scored for Vale with a fine strike from outside the area to make it 5-1, but it proved to be just a consolation, as Ross Townsend scored his second with ten minutes to go and make the final score 6-1.
It was a comprehensive victory for New Oak Boys, with a fine team effort, whilst it was a battling performance from Vale, with Dave Collins and Mick Nevin, standing out for them.
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New Oak Boys Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Sunday 19 November 2017
New Oak BoysCorach RamblersBurrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys)11:00Seamus Ivers
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