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Parkville United 4 - 1 St Fiacc's FC 18/2

Parkville United win against St Fiacc's FC.
Parkville United won 4-1 against their visitors, St Fiacc's FC at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 2 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

Nationalist Premier Division
Parkville United 0 - 2 Killeshin FC 18/2

Parkville United lose to Killeshin FC.
5th placed Parkville United were beaten at home by 4th placed Killeshin FC at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 11 am

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Burrin Celtic v Parkville United
03/02 14:30
Burrin Celtic 0 - 11 Parkville United

Burrin Celtic AFC 0

Parkville United 12

Second in the league Parkville had a comfortable 0-12 away victory against a well under-strength Burrin as they scored seven in the first half and another five in the second half.

Scorers for Parkville were Eoin Byrne (4), Griffin Kennedy (3), TJ Kavanagh (2) and 1 each from Cathal Murray, Joe Morris and Declan Lester. Unfortunately, Burrin were just never at the races in this game although they did keep battling to the end, but they met Parkville in invincible form.

Parkville United v Crettyard United
Womens Div One 04/02 14:00
Parkville United 1 - 2 Crettyard United

Parkville United 1

Crettyard United 2

Crettyard United managed to get an important win in an entertaining clash with Parkville United at Hawkins Lane.

The visitors took the lead when a corner was whipped in and Lauren McGrath managed to shoot low and hard into the bottom corner with the slight aid of a deflection. McGrath turned provider for Crettyard’s second goal as her inch perfect cross was met by Aishling Behan and she headed it into the bottom corner.

Parkville thought they had a way back into the game when some intricate passing between Melanie Matthews and Katie Brennan led to Brennan finishing well but the goal was ruled out for offside. Parkville continued to apply the pressure but they couldn’t get a goal back before the break as the champions Crettyard went in 2-0 up.

Parkville started off brightly in the second half and they managed to get back into it when Katie Brennan got onto the end of a driven cross to finish confidently.

Parkville pushed on for an equaliser and they came close near the end but Melanie Daniels’ effort went just wide of the post.

Best for Crettyard were Alanna Waters, Jenny O’Neill and Colleen Rickard while Parkville gave it their all as a team in a losing effort.

Celtic Stars v Parkville United
Premier Division 04/02 11:00
Celtic Stars 0 - 2 Parkville United

Celtic Stars 0

Parkville United 2

Stars remain bottom with games running out after this latest defeat at home to Parkville.

The visitors began well, and Robbie Byrne came close to opening the scoring on ten minutes. As the game settled down United’s Eoin Brennan and Jamie Welsh started to take control of midfield. Brennan played in Tom Pollard and Conor McCarney, but neither could apply the finish. As the half-progressed Pollard proved to be more of a threat but couldn’t find the net. At the other end Dion Dunne had an effort well saved before United’s pressure eventually told, Jamie Walsh’s cross finished to the net by Graham Byrne for a 1-0 half time lead.

In the second half Parkville pushed on to try and finish the game off, Eoin Brennan came close twice in as many minutes early on and the vital second goal arrived on the hour, a thunderous free kick from Robbie Byrne nestled in the top corner. Dan O’Connor was called into action soon after and he preserved the lead with a terrific save from a headed effort from Brendan Behan. As Stars pushed forward to try and salvage something from the game they left gaps at the back but despite clear chances falling to Kevin McCarney and Robbie Byrne they couldn’t add to their tally before the end.

Sean Foley, Cathal Fitzgerald and Robbie Sheridan were best for Parkville. Peter Ryan Brendan Behan and Barry Foley impressed for Stars.

Newpark AFC v Parkville United
Womens Div One 11/02 14:00
Newpark AFC 1 - 0 Parkville United

Newpark AFC 1

Parkville United 0

Newpark came away with all three points in an important clash that may well decide the destination of the Division One title.

With the season coming close to its conclusion, this clash between the leaders and the third placed side was always going to be an important game and Newpark started off well with shots from Jemma Costigan and Denise Doyle testing the Parkville keeper early on.

Newpark looked most likely to take the lead and they did when Tracey Bourke headed in a pinpoint cross from the right wing from close range. The goal sparked some life into the visitors as they put some pressure on the home side, while Newpark also had their opportunities but neither side could find the net as the Kilkenny side went in 1-0 up at half-time.

Parkville had a lot of opportunities in the second half as they were trying to get back into the game, but they couldn’t find a way to finish the opportunities that came to them. Newpark took the three points and are one step closer to the title with their next league game against Ballymurphy going some way to deciding the title.

Newpark had a strong team performance while Trish Mullaly and Ciara Nolan played well for Parkville.

Mill Celtic v Parkville United
Womens Div One 28/01 14:00
Mill Celtic 0 - 3 Parkville United

Mill Celtic 0

Parkville United 3

Parkville United are continuing their push for the Division One title after a win in Ballitore over Mill Celtic.

The strong winds made it a struggle for both sides to make chances and while Parkville had the majority of possession in the first half with the wind in their backs, they couldn’t make the most of it as both sides went in scoreless at the break.

The game came to life minutes into the second half when good interplay between Rachel Whelan and Suzanne Meagher resulted in the latter firing into the roof of the net from just outside the box.

Soon after, a great run by Celine Slye from midfield saw her been taken down just outside the box. She stepped up herself to drive an unstoppable strike from the resulting free into the top left corner as Parkville were up 2-0 after 50 minutes.

Mill Celtic continued to battle but a no nonsense Parkville defence helped by some excellent goalkeeping meant they held firm. As the game neared its conclusion, Parkville finished off their opponents when a shot by Melanie Daniels was well saved but the follow up from Rachel Whelan was too much for Mill’s keeper to secure their win.

It was a solid team performance from Parkville while Best for Mill were Ally Shaw, Natasha McElroy, Megan Grufferty and Muireann Fagan

Parkville United v Hanover Harps
Premier Division 28/01 11:00
Parkville United 0 - 1 Hanover Harps

Parkville United 0

Hanover Harps 1

Leaders Harps maintained their unbeaten run with this hard-earned victory in Tullow. Hanover should have been in front inside 2 minutes, Alan Maher saving point blank from Graham Delaney and then Rory O'Connor clearing Murt Bamberick's effort from the rebound off the line. Parkville settled after this double let off but despite plenty of possession in midfield they struggled to get a clear sight on Trevor O'Reilly's goal. The hosts had half chances for Kevin McCarney and Jamie Walsh, but neither were on target while Harps also struggled to find the target when chances fell to Niall Swan and Bamberick. United's Tom Pollard saw a 20 yarder well saved before Harps netted what proved to be the winner on the stroke of half time. Phil Neenan's corner was flicked on by Sean Kavanagh and with United's defence caught ball watching, Niall Quinlan pounced to give Harps the lead. The second half saw Parkville on the front foot as they went in search of an equaliser but with Harps content to let them have the ball and defend deep chances were scarce. Maher in the Parkville goal made a double save from Niall Swan and Cathal Coughlan on the hour to keep his team in the game. Graham Byrne was a constant threat for the hosts but his efforts on 70 and 75 minutes both cleared the bar. United's last chance fell to Robbie Byrne 5 minutes from time, but his neat chip went over O'Reilly and the goal frame as Harps held on for a crucial win. Best for Hanover included Sean Kavanagh, Cathal Coughlan and Stephen Chalton. United's best were Rory O'Connor and Graham Byrne.

Parkville United v St Joseph's FC Blue
27/01 14:30
Parkville United 2 - 1 St Joseph's FC Blue

Parkville Utd 2

St Joseph’s FC Blue 1

Parkville came out on top in this entertaining clash in Tullow, with the home side having all the play in the first-half, creating at least some fine chances, but they found Ross Mannion, in Joey’s goal, in fine fettle, as he made several good saves, to keep them out.

It was Joey’s who went into the lead on 32 minutes, when Jack Murphy took a short corner, which reached Jacob O’Brien and he rocketed the ball into the bottom left hand corner of the net for 0-1, which they took into the interval.

Parkville had a ‘dream start’ to the second-half as they equalised within a minute following a good move involving Griffin Kennedy and TJ Kavanagh, which found Eoin Byrne free in the area and he made no mistake, as he sent Ross Mannion, the wrong way for 1-1.

Six minutes later, Parkville went ahead through Joe Morris with a fine individual goal, as he beat three Joey’s defenders and the keeper to make it 2-1.

Joey’s didn’t ‘let their heads drop’ as they sought an equaliser and it was only the quick reflexes of the Parkville keeper that kept them at bay and Parkville held on for the victory, despite the efforts of a good Joey’s team.

It was a good team performance from Parkville and best for Joey’s were Finbarr Kavanagh, Robert Timmons, David Radochonski and Blake Holmes.

St Fiacc's FC v Parkville United
Premier Division 14/01 11:00
St Fiacc's FC 1 - 1 Parkville United

St Fiacc’s 1

Parkville United 1

A second half goal from Chris Hurley earned the Saints a vital point as they put four points between themselves and the relegation places.

The game started at a frantic pace with Parkville dominating early possession. Robbie Byrne had two efforts in the opening ten minutes go over the cross bar. However, Byrne did go onto break the deadlock on 15 minutes, after being played through by Graham Byrne he finished to the bottom corner of the net. Conor McCarney had United's next chance, a great through ball by Eoin Brennan set McCarney away but his finish didn't match his first touch. Graham Byrne’s deliveries from set pieces were causing Fiacc’s all kinds of problems but United couldn't find the final change and it remained 1-0 at the break.

Fiacc’s were much improved on the restart and found themselves level on 55 minutes, Hurley out pacing the United backline before slotting home. United had numerous chances to retake the lead but none of Robbie Byrne, Graham Byrne or Emre Yilmaz could convert the chances that came their way. With Fiaccs content to sit back and defend their point the chances kept coming for United. A Jamie Welsh rolled along the goal line and away to safety.

Parkville's last chance fell to, but his effort flashed wide and the Saints held on for their point. Best for Fiacc’s included Chris Hurley, Dale Byrne and Seamie Brannigan.

Newpark AFC v Parkville United
Womens Div One 07/01 14:00
Newpark AFC 2 - 0 Parkville United

Newpark AFC 2

Parkville United 0

Newpark beat leaders Parkville United in a game that was entertaining as both sides knew that they would be in a good position in the title race with a win.

The Kilkenny side began brighter, and they tested the Parkville keeper early with shots from Kirsty Maher and Jemma Costigan. Newpark did take the lead when a long kick from Christine Middleton beat all the Parkville defenders and made its way to Kirsty Maher as she got on the end of it to hit it on the volley from 25 yards out to send it to the top corner. It stayed 1-0 until half-time.

In the second half, Parkville were pushing for the equaliser when Newpark broke with Jemma Costigan running down the left and swung in a brilliant ball which was turned into her own net by a Parkville defender. Newpark came out on top and now join Parkville on top of the league.

Parkville United v St Patricks Boys
06/01 14:30
Parkville United 4 - 0 St Patricks Boys

Parkville United 4

St Patrick’s Boys 0

St Pat’s started the better but after being reduced to only ten men Parkville started to dominate and were winning all the key 50/50 tackles all over the pitch and St Pat’s had their backs to the wall.

Despite all this dominance the first goal didn’t come until 22 minutes when a long free-kick taken by Dylan Hanley skimmed off the head of a St Pat’s defender and ended up in the net for a 1-0 lead for Parkville. The Tullow side had a number of fine chances, but they found the St Pat’s keeper in fine fettle as he made a number of excellent saves and that plus some determined defending kept the rampant Parkville attackers at bay and the interval came with just that single goal, separating the teams.

The second-half started at a frantic pace with both teams giving it their all and St Pat’s were controlling a lot of the play, but they were just unable to get on the score-sheet. After just five minutes, Griffin Kennedy found Cathal Murray, in oceans of space and he made no mistake with a powerful shot which gave the St Pat’s keeper absolutely no chance for 2-0. Five minutes later it was the Griffin-Murray combination who struck again as Murray completed a brace and make the overall score 3-0. Eight minutes later Murray completed his hat-trick as he got on the end of a fine cross from the hard-working Jake Hickey to tap home at the far post and complete a comprehensive 4-0 victory.

Parkville saw out the rest of the game, as St Pat’s put some pressure on them, but the final whistle came to finish a super team performance from Parkville whilst St Pat’s tried hard, but it just wasn’t their day.

Parkville United v St Patricks Boys
Premier Division 07/01 11:00
Parkville United 3 - 1 St Patricks Boys

Parkville United 3

St Patrick’s Boys 1

The first game after the Christmas break saw United deservedly run out winners after the sides were level at half time.

After a slow start United hit the front on 25 minutes, Graham Byrne’s cross powerfully headed home by Will Doran. Pat’s responded well and were level on 35 minutes, Gearoid Cuddihy squaring for John O’Neill to fire to the net. Chances were missed at both ends as the side sweet into the break at 1-1.

The second half saw Parkville move up a gear and penned Pat’s into their own half before hitting the front just before the hour mark, Graham Byrne finding Rob Byrne on the edge of the box and he fired low to the bottom corner for the lead. United made sure of the points ten minutes later when Robbie Sheridan found the unmarked Doran who saw his deflected effort lob over the stranded keeper for his second and United’s third.

A great team performance from the hosts ensured the win while Pat’s best included Michael Condron, Chris Gaul and Michael Calvey.

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