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FAI Youth Cup
Parkville United v Camolin 18/11
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Parkville United play host to Camolin at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 2:30 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

Mill Celtic v Parkville United
Womens Div One 05/11 14:00
Mill Celtic 2 - 6 Parkville United

Mill Celtic 2

Parkville United 6

In an action-packed encounter in Ballitore, Parkville United came away with the three points.

Inside the opening ten minutes, the visitors were 2-0 with one of the early goals coming from the spot. Both sides had their chances but just before the break, Parkville made it 3-0 and that is how it stayed until the half-time whistle went.

Early in the second half, Mill managed to find a way back into the game and they made it 3-1 after they were awarded the second penalty of the game. The referee was kept busy and he pointed to the spot for a third time as Parkville were awarded their second of the game, which was dispatched, before Parkville added another couple of goals after Mill had gotten their second of the game. Parkville's strikes came from Melanie Daniel, who struck a hat-trick, Rachel Whelan with a brace and a goal from Jamie Albrecht as Parkville go top of the table with this win.

FAI Junior Cup
Parkville United 0 - 4 North End Utd 12/11

Parkville United beaten by North End Utd.
Parkville United were beaten at home by North End Utd at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 2 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

Womens Division One
Hanover Harps 0 - 5 Parkville United 12/11

Hanover Harps beaten by Parkville United.
6th placed Hanover Harps were comprehensively beaten at home by League leaders Parkville United at The Plots (Hanover Harps) at 2 pm

Hanover Harps are currently on a losing streak of 4 games.
Form: L L L L W W

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

Ballymurphy Celtic v Parkville United
Premier Division 29/10 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 0 - 2 Parkville United

Ballymurphy Celtic 0

Parkville United 2

Ballymurphy suffered their first league defeat since the opening day of the season as Parkville's recent good form continued. United had to win this one the hard way, playing the majority of the game with 10 men after losing a man to a red card early on. Will Doran and Ross Hanley were causing problems to Celtic's rear-guard with both players guilty of missing chances in the opening 10 minutes. Parkville were then reduced to 10 men and Ballymurphy had their best spell, Kevin Foley saw his effort well saved before Paul Traynor had an effort chalked off for off side on the half hour. Celtic paid for their missed chances when United hit the front just before the break, Jamie Welsh played Kevin McCarney through on goal. McCarney’s smart finish left the stranded keeper with no chance for a 1-0 half time lead. With Ballymurphy struggling to create anything in front of goal despite the extra man and plenty of possession it was left to United to snatch a second on 65 minutes, Ryan Clarke beating his marker and crossing for McCarney to volley home his and Parkville's second. Celtic ran out of ideas and the best of the late chances fell to United with Robbie Sheridan and McCarney both missing chances to extent the lead before the final whistle. United will be happy with a strong display from their 10 players while best for Celtic were Jack Foley and Paul Traynor.

Nationalist Premier Division
Parkville United 3 - 1 Ballymurphy Celtic 5/11

Parkville United take all points from Ballymurphy Celtic.
4th placed Parkville United won 3-1 against their visitors, 5th placed Ballymurphy Celtic at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 11 am

Parkville United
Form: W W W L L

Ballymurphy Celtic
Form: L L D W W L

Parkville United v Burrin Celtic
04/11 14:30
Parkville United 6 - 1 Burrin Celtic

Parkville Utd 6

Burrin Celtic FC 1

Parkville secured another decisive win against a very tidy Burrin Celtic team, who put up a determined showing and the final score wasn’t an accurate reflection of the play, it was just that Parkville were more clinical, in front of goal.

Parkville dominated from the start and scored first through Eoin Byrne, after a good assist from Jake Hickey for 1-0.

Parkville went close on a number of occasions, but they found the Burrin keeper, in fine form, as he thwarted the Parkville attackers, time and time again.

After some fine creative play by Griffin Kennedy and Jake Hickey, this resulted in Rory Mc hitting home a beautifully struck volley, from the edge of the box for 2-0 and then just before half-time Eoin Byrne scored his second from a fine cross and Parkville took their comfortable 3-0 lead into the interval.

Parkville continued to dominate, in the second half and just minutes in Griffin Kennedy found Jake Hickey on the edge of the box and he curled his shot around two Burrin defenders and into the bottom corner of the net for 4-0.

Then an excellent through ball from Craig Staunton found Lee Nolan and he fired home for 5-0 and Parkville were cruising, however Burrin had other ideas and a tactical switch saw John Kinsella move up front, and he fashioned a chance for Kevin Sheppard, who duly obliged for 5-1.

Straight from the kick off a fine move between Staunton, Kennedy and Morris, put Griffin Kennedy, ‘one on one’ with the Burrin keeper and he smartly drilled the ball home to make the final score 6-1.

Standing out for Parkville were Craig Staunton, Griffin Kennedy and Stephen Metcalf, whilst best for Burrin were John Kinsella, Aaron Goodwin and Claude Flynn.

Ballymurphy Celtic v Parkville United
Womens Div One 22/10 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 1 - 2 Parkville United

Ballymurphy Celtic 1

Parkville United 2

Parkville United have now won two on the bounce after coming away with a hard-fought victory over Ballymurphy Celtic.

Ballymurphy started the brightest in tough conditions and went 1-0 up early on. Once Parkville got into it, they put Ballymurphy under serious pressure. This pressure finally paid off when a ball from Rachel Whelan found Melanie Daniel in the box who slotted it home comfortably as the sides went in level at half-time with the score 1-1.

The second half continued as the first one ended with Parkville mounting the pressure. Celine Slye carried the ball from the half way line and found her way through the defence to finish in the bottom corner. Parkville held on to the lead to take the three points

Coill Dubh FC v Parkville United
22/10 11:00
Coill Dubh FC 2 - 3 Parkville United

Coill Dubh 2

Parkville United 3

Parkville made the trip to Kildare worthwhile as they booked their place in the third-round draw.

All the goals came in a pulsating first 45 minutes, United hit the front on ten minutes when Rory Byrne's thunderbolt found the net via the underside of the crossbar. Coill Dubh levelled shortly afterwards before United struck again, Jamie Welsh skipping past a defender and crossing for Hanley to make it 2-1 on the half hour. Again, the hosts levelled and again United hit back. Ronan Byrne’s corner was flicked on by will Doran and Cathal Fitzgerald rose above two defenders to head home five minutes before the break.

The second half saw Parkville defend their lead heroically to advance.

Parkville United v Hanover Harps
Womens Div One 15/10 14:00
Parkville United 4 - 1 Hanover Harps

Parkville United 4

Hanover Harps 1

A great first half performance from Parkville United set them up well for a home win over Hanover Harps.

After three minutes, the Tullow side had the lead when an accurate cross from Bridget Kenny was finished by Melanie Daniel. 18 minutes later, it was 2-0 when Katie Brennan struck it past the keeper. Parkville didn’t let up and they made it 3-0 before half-time when Brennan drilled in a cross for Jamie Albrecht and she scored.

Both sides pushed on for a goal after the restart but Parkville scored when Daniel got her second strike of the game to make it 4-0. Hanover pushed on for a consolation goal and got it with 20 minutes remaining when Sarah Keating was fouled in the penalty area and Essmay Mannix struck from the spot.

Best for Hanover were Melanie Walker, Michelle Dermody, Steph Kehoe and Becky Walsh while it was a strong all round performance for Parkville.

Parkville United v Celtic Stars
Premier Division 15/10 11:00
Parkville United 2 - 1 Celtic Stars

Parkville United 2

Celtic Stars 1

Parkville claimed their first win of the season, striking late to condemn Stars to a fifth straight defeat which leaves the bottom of the table and pointless.

The first half was goalless but not without action. Parkville had the ball in the net after 20 minutes but Ronan Byrne saw his effort ruled offside. Conor McCarney and Jamie Welsh both saw efforts well saved by the Stars net minder as half time approached.

Parkville introduced fresh legs at half time and this paid off within ten minutes when McCarney crossed for sub Will Doran to net on 55 minutes. With United pushing men forward they left themselves exposed at the back and Stars levelled on 70 minutes through a great strike from Brendan Behan. It appeared that would be enough for Stars to secure a first point of the season but with just three minutes left on the clock McCarney combined with Doran again to net United a winner and a first win in this season’s league.

Best for United were Rory O’Connor and Jack Kennedy while Stars had good showings from Peter Ryan, Niall Byrne and Brendan Behan.

Crettyard United v Parkville United
Womens Div One 08/10 14:00
Crettyard United 4 - 2 Parkville United

Crettyard United 4

Parkville United 2

Crettyard United grabbed all three points in a tough encounter with Parkville United to give them their first win of the season.

The home side started off brighter and they took the lead after 10 minutes when Colleen Rickard played a through ball into the path of Aisling Behan and she made no mistake with the finish. It was a case of the roles reversing to make it 2-0 to Crettyard when Rickard got on the end of a Behan cross and finished well.

Parkville looked beaten but they managed to find a way back into the game with two goals that came back-to-back but Crettyard showed why they have been the top team in women’s soccer as they kicked on another gear in the second half. Aisling Behan helped herself to two more goals to secure a hat-trick and put the game to bed.

Best for Crettyard were Courtney Cheasman, Colleen Rickard and Aisling Behan.

St Patricks Boys v Parkville United
East Wall Rovers v Parkville United
lfc cup 08/10 15:00
East Wall Rovers 4 - 1 Parkville United

East Wall Rovers 4

Parkville United 1

Parkville also made their exit in Dublin on Sunday after going down to East Wall.

United started the better of the sides and were ahead early on through a Jamie Walsh penalty after Kevin McCarney was fouled in box. East Wall levelled within minutes and were ahead on the half hour. Conor McCarney saw his effort well saved as United went into the break 2-1 down.

The second half saw the hosts strike early for a 3-1 lead before United had their best spell of the game but some good goal keeping and poor finishing meant they couldn’t force their way back into the tie and East Wall struck for a fourth late on to finish off the scoring.

Best for United were Tommy Byrne, Jack Kennedy and Will Doran.

Club Summary
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Parkville United Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Saturday 18 November 2017
FAI Youth Cup
Parkville UnitedCamolinHawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)14:30Mick Murphy
Sunday 19 November 2017
Nationalist Premier Division
Killeshin FCParkville UnitedQuakers Field, Killeshin11:00Mick Murphy
Womens Division One
Parkville UnitedMill CelticHawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)14:00Mick Salter
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