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Parkville United v New Oak Boys 18/11
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Parkville United play host to 3rd placed New Oak Boys at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 11 am

Parkville United has yet to win in this competition.
Form: D L    Home Form: D

New Oak Boys has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won every game.
Form: W W W    Away Form: W W

17/11/2018 18:59
LFA Youths Cup
Parkville United 5 - 3 Avonmore FC 17/11

Parkville United despatch Avonmore FC.
Parkville United won 5-3 against their visitors, Avonmore FC at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 2:30 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

17/11/2018 18:59
Parkville United v Kilree Celtic
04/11 14:00
Parkville United 10 - 0 Kilree Celtic

Parkville United 11

Kilree Celtic 0

Parkville got off to a quick start in a blustery Hawkins lane with Aoife Dunne bursting down the right wing and finding Elaine Kavanagh in the penalty area but she fired just wide. Parkville were soon to be in front when a well worked move involving Kavanagh and Kim Nolan would set up the prolific Rachael Whelan to fire home the first. Whelan would get her second shortly after following good play involving Kavanagh and Trish Mullaly. It would soon be three when a Bridget Kenny cross found Celine Slye who finished neatly. Parkville started to express themselves from here on in and Elaine Kavanagh was in fine form and another assist would allow Whelan to claim her hat trick. A Bridget Kenny free kick and an assist for Kavanagh would make it six. Slye would complete her hat trick from a free kick and an excellent header from another Kavanagh cross. Just before the final whistle Kavanagh would get her second and two fine finishes from Louise Carton would complete the scoring and round off a fine Parkville performance.

14/11/2018 15:32
Crettyard United v Parkville United
03/11 14:30
Crettyard United 4 - 2 Parkville United

Crettyard hosted Parkville in Killeen on Saturday in what was a brilliantly contested game. Both teams played the game positively and in the right manor. Parkville got the break-through midway into the half from some good play down the right hand side.

The Crettyard lads found it difficult at times in the half but dealt with the pressure. Then suddenly the game turned on its head. Crettyard delivered a fine free kick which Tadhg Dunne latched onto to make it 1-1, then only 1 minute later Crettyard scored again with a fantastic strike from Liam Seery from range. 2-1 HT.

The second half began evenly balanced with both teams working extremely hard. Parkville then had to press for a goal and really applied pressure to the Crettyard defense but the defenders led by Man of the Match Tadhg Dunne kept them at bay. Crettyard doubled their lead when Luke Phillips volleyed from a cross by Luke Ramsbottom. With 15 minutes left Parkville scored again to make it 3-2. However, they failed to convert their remaining chances and with minutes left Scott Brady took a shot just outside the box that took a deflection and found the net. The game ended 4-2 but credit to both teams for an entertaining game.

03/11/2018 17:40
Parkville United v Killeshin FC
Premier Division 28/10 11:00
Parkville United 2 - 2 Killeshin FC

Parkville United 2

Killeshin FC 2

Killeshin’s good start to the season continued as they picked up a point in Tullow that lifts them to second place in the table.

Parkville were the better of the teams in the first half but neither Griffin Kennedy or Eoin Byrne could convert early chances. They eventually opened the scoring ten minutes before the break when Robbie Byrne’s free kick took a deflection on its way to the net to put the hosts 1-0 up at the interval.

Killeshin set the pace on the restart and were rewarded on 55 minutes when Eoin Lowry pounced on a defensive mix up to level matters. With momentum on their side Lowry grabbed his and Killeshin’s second as the visitors led 2-1 just after the hour mark. This sparked United back into action creating chances for Griffin Kennedy and Jack Kennedy before a well struck effort from Anto Byrne made it 2-2 and earned Parkville a share of the spoils and a first Premier Division point this season.

Best for the hosts were David McCarney, Graham Byrne and Anto Byrne. Killeshin’s best included Frankie Dowling, Enda O’Rourke, Shane Coakley and Eoin Lowry.

01/11/2018 21:08
Ballymurphy Celtic v Parkville United
21/10 14:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 1 - 3 Parkville United

Ballymurphy 1

Parkville 3

Parkville’s unbeaten start to the season remains intact.

Both teams would struggle to get a foothold in the game in blustery conditions but it would be Parkville that would strike first. Following Elaine Kavanaghs corner been handled in the box, it was down to Rachael Whelan to try convert from the spot and she duly obliged. Parkville would get their second on the half hour mark when some enterprising play from Kavanagh and Whelan released Aoife Dunne who’s neat first touch allowed her to slot beyond the Ballymurphy keeper. It would soon be three when a surging Steph Kehoe run into the box would result in another penalty and the clinical Whelan would get her second to round off a stunning first half performance.

The second half performance from Ballymurphy was much better and they would reduce the arrears on 70 minutes when Niamh Doyle would head home a well taken free kick. With Karen Jones marshalling the defensive unit well the clock would beat Bally with Aoife Barcoe, Fiona O’Sullivan and Katie Drennan trying hard while Ciara Nolan, Celine Slye and Karen Jones impressing for Parkville.

28/10/2018 23:15
Crettyard United v Parkville United
21/10 11:00
Crettyard United 2 - 0 Parkville United

Crettyard United 2

Parkville United 0

These two clashed for the second Sunday in a row as the hosts followed up their league win the previous weekend with another win in the national competition.

Parkville started well and had the first good chance of the game when Graham Byrne found Griffin Kennedy but his effort went narrowly wide. The hosts began to settle and Cristoir Maher came agonisingly close to the breakthrough with a trade mark free kick on the half hour. With Crettyard building momentum the took the lead five minutes before the break, Maher and Colin Osbourne combined to set up Aaron Morris to score.

The second half saw Parkville on the front foot but last ditch defending twice denied Graham Byrne an equaliser. Having weathered the early storm it was the hosts turn to apply some pressure but despite creating chances for Morris and Evan Philips it wasn’t until 5 minutes from time that Danny Doyle carved open the visitors’ defence before setting up Luke Maher to score and put the result beyond doubt.

Ger Murray, Cristoir Maher and Danny Doyle stood out for the winners while Parkville's best included Rory McKernan and Eoin Byrne.

28/10/2018 23:06
Parkville United v Burrin Celtic
Parkville Victory
27/10 14:30
Parkville United 8 - 1 Burrin Celtic

Parkville were hungry from the start and it didn't take long to go 1 up with Kyle Byrne scoring with a wonderful finish after after 10 minutes. This was the beginning of a dominant performance by Parkville. Kyle Byrne added a 2nd 5 minutes later. 10 minutes later Kyle Byrne scored again to cap off his hatrick. Lee Nolan stepped up just before half time to score with a sublime strike. 4 nil at the break Parkville were by far the team on top. There was a slight lull at the beginning of the 2nd half but Parkville were rejuvenated when David Orbinski came on to replace the injured Jake Hickey who had but in a fantastic shift in the midfield. David Orbinski took control of the left wing and scored his 1st goal after being on the pitch for less than 5 minutes. Burrin managed to get a consolation goal when Oisin Kelly slotted home after some sloppy Parkville defending denying the home team a clean sheet. This sparked Parkville to pick up there game a bit. Craig Staunton got himself a well deserved goal after a superb performance in the middle of the park. Aaron Quinn got on to the end of a lovely through ball and calmly slotted the ball home. David Orbinski scored his 2nd just before the final whistle. An 8-1 victory to parkville proved that Parkville are certainly a force to be reckoned with.

A great team performance from Parkville but Craig Staunton, Kyle Byrne and David Orbinski have to get a special mention. Craig Staunton controlled the midfield from start to finish. Kyle Byrne was unstoppable and David Orbinski took the game by the reigns when he came on.

Best for Burrin Celtic: A. Skelly.

27/10/2018 17:24
Newpark AFC v Parkville United
14/10 14:00
Newpark AFC 1 - 2 Parkville United

Newpark FC 1

Parkville United 2

Newpark suffered their first defeat of the season.

Parkville opened the scoring on 15 minutes when Aoife Dunne broke down the left wing and a pinpoint cross found the prolific Rachael Whelan who made no mistake from close range. Ten minutes later Parkville would double the lead with a carbon copy of the first, Dunne crossing for Whelan again. Newpark showed why their champions when just before half time Tracey Bourke’s through ball drew a foul from the Parkville keeper and Jemma Costigan slotted the penalty home.

The second half was an evenly contested half with both defences and keepers standing firm.

Newpark’s best on the day were Denise Doyle, Rachael Wall, Lynn Beirne and Kiara Komar.

20/10/2018 22:56
Willow Park v Parkville United
13/10 14:30
Willow Park 5 - 2 Parkville United

Willow Park 5

Parkville United 2

Willow Park dictated the game from the start and caused Parkville problems early on. Parkville found themselves 2-0 down on the half hour mark with a couple of well worked goals from wide areas. Willow Park were relentless in their attacking play and made it 3-0 on the stroke of half-time. A change of formation and tactics after the break saw Parkville show glimpses of their potential, creating some half chances. Willow made it 4-0 from a mistake in the Parkville defence.

Midway through the second half, Parkville won the ball back deep in their own half and a quick counter attack saw Kyle Byrne through on goal who squared it to Stephen Metcalfe to tap in. Willow Park then made it 5-1 from a great strike on the edge of the box. Parkville got their second of the game from good pressure to force a mistake from the Willow Park defence. Kyle Byrne picked up the ball and ran through on goal to slot home. Parkville were very disciplined but lost out to a very strong Willow Park side.

Best for Parkville were Adam Byrne, Stephen Metcalfe and Kyle Byrne.

20/10/2018 22:52
Crettyard United v Parkville United
Premier Division 14/10 11:00
Crettyard United 4 - 1 Parkville United

Crettyard United 4

Parkville United 1

Crettyard got their league campaign off to a winning start after this entertaining affair on Sunday morning.

Parkville created early chances for Emmet Phelan and Conor McCarney but it was the hosts that hit the front on the half hour mark. After a series of corners a chance eventually fell to Lee Salter 20 yards out and he rifled home for 1-0. Five minutes later it was 1-1 as McCarney found the top corner with a neat effort from just outside the box. Eoin Byrne came within inches of giving Parkville the lead before Cristoir Maher did find the net for the hosts with another long-range effort as Crettyard led 2-1 at half time.

The second half saw both teams creating chances, Ciaran Smithers had the visitors best opening and Danny Doyle Crettyard’s. With ten minutes remaining the hosts plundered their third to make the game safe, Robbie Kane setting up Salter for his second. Any slim hopes Parkville had were gone four minutes from time when Pierce Nash netted after good work by Doyle to leave it 4-1 at the finish.

Best for Crettyard included Cristoir Maher, Niall Purcell and Colin Osbourne. Parkville had solid showings from Jamie Walsh, David McCarney and Eoin Byrne.

20/10/2018 22:46
Club Summary
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Parkville United Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Saturday 17 November 2018
LFA Youths Cup
Parkville United53Avonmore FCHawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)14:30Brian O' Reilly
Sunday 18 November 2018
Nationalist Premier Division
Parkville UnitedNew Oak BoysHawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United)11:00Mick Monaghan
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