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Bagenalstown AFC v St. Patricks Boys 25/9
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Bagenalstown AFC play host to St. Patricks Boys at McGrath Park Bagenalstown at 2:30 pm

This is Bagenalstown AFC's first game

St. Patricks Boys has yet to win in this competition.
Form: L    Away Form:

24/09/2021 06:25
Seniors Division 1 Cup 2021 Final
St. Patricks Boys v Killeshin FC 25/9
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St. Patricks Boys play host to Killeshin FC at Killeen Sports Field, Crettyard at 5:30 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

24/09/2021 06:25
Crettyard United v St. Patricks Boys
o35 div 1 17/07 17:00
Crettyard United 4 - 0 St. Patricks Boys
This was built up all week as the game of the season with the top two in the top division meeting on Saturday evening. However, it didn’t live up to its expectations as Crettyard showed their years of experience and veteran Eddie O’ Reilly touch in front of goal saw the home side run out easy winners. Both teams started with some of their star players out through injuries but Crettyard after dropping points last week meant business from the start and after plenty pressure on the St Pats defence it was Eddie Reilly who finished to the net after 5 minutes. Not relaxing Crettyard again more pressure and again it was Eddie Reilly who tapped in his second with only 10 minutes on the clock. St Pats were stunned but to their credit began to start some passing moves going without troubling the Crettyard defense the game ended 2 nil at the half. The second half St. Pats were taking chances at the back to get back in the game but Crettyard soaking up the pressure relied on their passing game to tire the Pats team. Been tired Pats made a mistake in their defense where the ball bounced over the keeper head which allowed Eddie Reilly to run in and score to complete his hat trick. Crettyard were now in total control and Willie Kavanagh scored a great individual goal to rap a good result for Crettyard with the game ending 4 nil. Best for Crettyard were Eddie Reilly, Willie Kavanagh and Mark Kelly. Best for Pats were Ian Fleming, Simon Rea and Cathal Ryan
17/07/2021 21:40
St. Patricks Boys v Carnew Fc
o35 div 1 10/07 17:00
St. Patricks Boys 2 - 0 Carnew Fc

St Pat’s Boys 2 0 Carnew

Carnew lost their hundred per cent record when they travelled to Carlow on Saturday evening as St Pats got their second win on the bounce. We knew once they got used to playing together these Pat’s players would make a great team and it looks like they will be right in contention for the title. The game was evenly contested, and chances were few and far between in the opening quarter of the game. Carnew FC created chances down the left wing on several occasions but failed to finish when well placed. St. Pats took the lead after 23 minutes when Simon Rea hung a ball up to the back post where John O’ Neill drove the ball home on the volley. Pats were well on top now and applying a lot of pressure on the back four of Carnew. Simon Rea (now know as the free kick expert) scored a free kick on 32 minutes to give Pats a two-goal cushion going into half time. The second half was a lot more evenly contested with both teams having their fair share of the play. Alan McDermott went close on 56 minutes but dragged his shot wide from 20 yards. Peter Branagan found Shane Fitzharris out wide, and his shot beat the keeper but narrowly missed the target. St. Pats controlled the final quarter of the game and secured the win. Best for Pats were Adam Flynn, Lee Murphy and Ian Fleming.

10/07/2021 21:57
Bridge United v St. Patricks Boys
02/07/21 7:30 pm
o35 div 1 02/07 19:30
Bridge United 2 - 4 St. Patricks Boys

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Bridge united played St Pats in their first venture into over 35s soccer. Bridge started brightly and forced the Pats keeper into a good save in the first few minutes. Within 10 minutes Bridge were in front when William Flood controlled a cross at the back post and smashed it into the bottom corner of the net. Five minutes later Bridge was 2 up. A shot from 25 yards deceived the pats keeper at his near post and bridge were in heaven on their Carlow league senior’s debut. The next action was in the bridge goal area where Paul foley made a good save from the pats centre forward. Pats had settled into the game now and were moving the ball around. Bridge on the other hand could not find their own men with passes. St Pats pulled a goal back with Shane Fitzharris winning a header at the back post from a Simon Rea corner. Bridge then proceeded over the remaining minutes of the first half to concede 4 free kicks just outside the penalty area. The pats free taker Simon Rea was dangerous, and Bridge should have heeded the warning. The first two narrowly cleared the cross bar but the third was planted in the top corner and free number 4 went into the bottom corner as Rea was in fine form and put the visitors three goals to two up at half time. The second half was controlled by pats who moved the ball well and finally made the points safe with another free from long distance this time from Ian Fleming who shot deceived everyone and ended up in the net. Bridge created nothing of note in the second half. Best for bridge were Gordon Breen, Colin Madden and Keith Glynn. David O’ Neill when introduced showed intelligence on the ball. Best for St Pat’s was Cathal Ryan, Shane Fitzharris and Simon Rea.

03/07/2021 19:38
Slaney Rovers v St. Patricks Boys
KCLR Shield 05/09 11:00
Slaney Rovers 3 - 3 St. Patricks Boys
This game had everything, and it was the visitors who needed the win to keep any hope of qualifying alive who started the fastest racing into a shock three goal lead. After 20 minutes St Pat's were awarded a penalty after Nathan Doyle was pulled down in the box. Chris Gaul scored the penalty. On 25 minutes Enoch was released by a fine through ball by Chris Gaul, and he was calm enough to drive ball low past the advancing keeper. In the 30th minute St Pats got a free on the left and it was swung in by Liam Byrne and was met by Anto with a diving header to give the visitors a three-goal lead at the break. Slaney had all the possession after the break and could not register a score until the 77th. minute when Daniel O`Brien fired home from long range. O`Brien turned provider when he found Rory McKernan in a packed defence and calmly slotted home from six yards. Rovers totally controlled mid-field and equalised in the last five minutes, following a sweet cross from Joe Thomson on the right, with Dominic Byrne, despite the presence of the `keeper, got the final touch for 3-3, to reward the efforts of Lubohir Lesko and Paddy Farrell. Best for St Pat’s were Enoch Olonase, Chris Gaul, Nathan Doyle, Adam Kerfah and Anto Lawler.
12/09/2021 21:13
St. Patricks Boys v Fortbarrington FC
KCLR Shield 29/08 11:00
St. Patricks Boys 8 - 0 Fortbarrington FC
St Pats started like a house on fire and the early pressure paid off when an Anthony Lawler cross was deflected in off a Fort Barrington defender to give the home side the lead within 5 minutes, soon after Pats added their second when Lord Afrifa took the ball neatly around the defender and slotted home, just on the half hour mark Chris Gual curled the ball into the top corner to make it 3, the scorer then turned provider as he split the defence open to set Afrifa free and he slotted home his second of the game just before half time. St Pats started the second half like they finished the first and were 5 up soon after the break when Afrifa found the top corner from outside the area to get his hat trick. Jake Nolan added Pats 6th just before the hour mark as he latched onto a Vinnie Dowling ball and put it past the keeper, Nolan added his second ten minutes later with a fine solo effort as he took it around the defender and slotted home off his bad foot, substitute Enoch Olanase added Pats 8th and final goal with 5 minutes remaining as he tapped in from close range. Best for Pats were Lord Afrifa, Anthony Lawler, Jake Nolan and John Nolan
12/09/2021 21:10
Ardattin Athletic FC v St. Patricks Boys
KCLR Shield 15/08 11:00
Ardattin Athletic FC 4 - 1 St. Patricks Boys
This was a fast paced end to end game that saw the hosts run out 4-1 winners against a strong St. Pat's side today in the first game of the Carlow Shield. Early pressure from St. Pat's forced some good saves from Anto Moran in the Ardattin goal in the opening 15 minutes. Robbie Byrne broke the deadlock on 17 minutes with a superb free kick. Robbie was involved again a few minutes later, when his cross found Brian Byrne to make it 2-0 to Ardattin. Pat's put the pressure back on towards the end of the first half with their number 4 coming close, Anto Moran making the save and Spike Brown clearing off the line. Heavy rain made conditions tough going into half time. St Pat's started the 2nd half stronger, piling the pressure on the Ardattin defence. Sean Foley, Spike Brown, and Jack Ryan in particular were having none of it, and a quick break from Robbie Byrne again almost put Brian Byrne in for another goal. St. Pat's were reduced to ten men in the 53rd minute and now had a real mountain to climb. Ardattin scored again on 75 minutes with Griffin Kennedy getting his head on Eoin Brennan’s shot. Ardattin made it 4-0 a few minutes later, Griffin Kennedy scoring again from a Glen Higgins cross. St Pats pulled one back from a penalty in the 81st minute when Chris Gaul scored from the penalty spot. Best for Pat's were David Brennan, Anto Lawlor and Jake Nolan. Best for Ardattin Anto Moran, Eoin Brennan and Robbie Byrne.
12/09/2021 21:03
KCLR Carlow Shield League Tournament
Round Tower Rovers 1 - 9 St. Patricks Boys 12/9
Hat trick for Liam BYRNE and Christopher GAUL as St. Patricks Boys despatch Round Tower Rovers.
6th placed Round Tower Rovers were comprehensively beaten at home by 4th placed St. Patricks Boys at Timahoe Community Hall(round Tower Rovers) at 11 am

Round Tower Rovers has yet to win in this competition, having lost all 5 games.
Form: L L L L L

St. Patricks Boys
Form: W D W L L

Scorers: (Round Tower Rovers) Michael RAMSBOTTOM
(St. Patricks Boys) Liam BYRNE (3), Christopher GAUL (3), Adam KERFAH (2), Anthony LAWLER
24/09/2021 06:25
Seniors Division 1 Cup 2021 Final
St. Patricks Boys 3 - 2 Bridge United 11/9
Mark Doogue scores twice as St. Patricks Boys claim victory against Bridge United.
St. Patricks Boys marginally won 3-2 against their visitors, Bridge United at The Meadows Graiguecullen (St Pats Boys) at 5 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

John O'NEILL moves to top scorer in this competition after scoring in this game taking the player's total scores to 5 goals.

Scorers: (St. Patricks Boys) Mark Doogue (2),John O'NEILL
(Bridge United) Sean Barcoe, Damien Raggett
24/09/2021 06:25
LFA Junior Cup 2021/22
St. Patricks Boys 1 - 3 Killeshin FC 19/9
St. Patricks Boys lose to Killeshin FC.
St. Patricks Boys were beaten at home by Killeshin FC at The Meadows Graiguecullen (St Pats Boys) at 11 am

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

24/09/2021 06:25
St. Patricks Boys v Baltinglass Town
o35 div 1 26/06 17:00
St. Patricks Boys 1 - 1 Baltinglass Town

St Pat’s Boys 1 1 Baltinglass

Making their debut in the Carlow senior league St Pats boasted some star names from the Carlow league with former Oscar Traynor players and even mangers on the team sheet. They on paper look like they could give the top teams a run for their money this season if they can settle and get used to playing together quickly. They had to settle for a share of the points after an entertaining game in The Meadows on Saturday evening. St. Pats started the brightest and controlled the tempo of the game early on. Ian Fleming and Rory Hurley combined well down the left on several occasions but found it difficult to penetrate a well drilled experienced back four of Baltinglass. Against the run of play, a long ball found Declan Faulkner who finished well beyond St. Pats goalkeeper Darragh O’ Connor. St. Pats reacted well in the second half and pressed hard to find the equaliser but found James Gahan in the Baltinglass goal on top form. Ian Fleming, Mark Doogue and Bryan Carbury all went close with the woodwork hit on two occasions and two goals ruled out for offside. It looked like Baltinglass had stolen the win in a game they were outplayed in for most periods but with 30 seconds left on the clock the home team were awarded a free kick on the edge of the box. Ian Fleming smashed it straight at the Baltinglass keeper who let if spill straight out to Shane Fitzharris who reacted and from a diving header, he levelled the game. It was cruel on the Balto keeper who was man of the match with a string of fine saves. Best for Pats were Alan McDermott, Brian Maguire, and Seamus Doogue. Best for baltinglass Declan Faulkner, James Gahan and Kevin Osbourne.

29/06/2021 10:44
Club Summary
Goals ScoredGoals ConcededClean SheetsRed CardsYellow Cards
St. Patricks Boys Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Latest Results
19/09LFA cupSt. Patricks Boys-270New Ross Celtic
19/09LFA cupSt. Patricks Boys-270New Ross Celtic
19/09LFA cupSt. Patricks Boys13Killeshin FC
19/09LFA cupSt. Patricks Boys13Killeshin FC
18/09mullins CupSt. Patricks Boys40St. Fiacc's FC
18/09U19 LeagueSt. Patricks Boys15Vale Wanderers
12/09KCLR ShieldRound Tower Rovers19St. Patricks Boys
11/09o35 div 1 cupSt. Patricks Boys32Bridge United
05/09KCLR ShieldSlaney Rovers33St. Patricks Boys
04/09mullins CupSt. Patricks Boys20Crettyard United
29/08KCLR ShieldSt. Patricks Boys80Fortbarrington FC
28/08o35 div 1 cupSt. Patricks Boys41Parkville United
22/08KCLR ShieldSt. Patricks Boys25Kilree Celtic
20/08o35 div 1Parkville United22St. Patricks Boys
15/08KCLR ShieldArdattin Athletic FC41St. Patricks Boys
14/08o35 div 1St. Patricks Boys10Killeshin FC
10/08mullins CupSt. Patricks Boys53Carnew Fc
07/08o35 div 1St. Patricks Boys71St Anne's Ballylinan
21/07mullins CupSt. Patricks Boys90St. Joseph's FC
17/07o35 div 1Crettyard United40St. Patricks Boys
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