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Dolmen Celtic v Parkville United
Prem League 12/12 11:00
Dolmen Celtic 1 - 2 Parkville United

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Parkville United 2

Eoin Dempsey struck twice in 10 minutes late on to win the game for Parkville as Dolmen slipped to a fifth consecutive defeat in the league to leave them in a battle against the drop. Parkville started well but were twice denied by the woodwork in a goalless first half. Cian Madden was first up to be denied by the goal frame as his header came back off the crossbar on 25 minutes. Dempsey then saw his shot rebound off the post after been set up by TJ Kavanagh on the half hour. It wasn't all one way traffic and Celtic's Joe Doran dragged his effort wide after been put through on goal by Keelan Lacey as the sides went into the break at 0-0. The second half saw Kavanagh fire wide early on before Dolmen took the lead in bizarre fashion. John Nangle long pass from inside his own half was caught by wind, bounced over the United keeper and into the net just after the hour mark. Tyris O'Rock had a chance to double that lead shortly afterwards but his effort was well saved. With 15 minutes left, Dempsey had Parkville level. Celtic failed to clear a Kavanagh corner and Dempsey pounced on the loose ball to make it 1-1. Parkville piled forward in search of the winner, and it arrived 5 minutes from time, Kavanagh again with the assist as Dempsey slotted his and United's second. The drama didn't finish there however and with time almost up Dolmen won a corner, Keelan Lacey's delivery was perfect and Colin Nolan thought he'd equalised only for the ball to hit the underside of the crossbar, that rebound fell to Joe Doran but his snap shot was saved by Jason Murphy as United held on for the 3 points. Eoin Dempsey, TJ Kavanagh, and Dylan Sheridan impressed for the winners while Colin Nolan, Lorcan Canavan and Ben Doorley were best for Celtic.

12/12/2021 20:10
Ballymurphy Celtic v Parkville United
14/11/21 11 am
Prem League 14/11 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 1 - 2 Parkville United

Match Photographs

Ballymurphy Celtic 1

Parkville United 2

Parkville maintained their impressive start to the league with a third win on the bounce but they had to do it the hard way in Ballymurphy as Celtic led 1-0 at half time. Parkville made the early running, Dylan Sheridan seeing a couple of headers from Tommy Murphy crosses saved by Kyle Foley. Nick Nolan had the ball in the net for Parkville midway through the half but that was ruled marginally offside. Celtic grew more and more into the game and on the stroke of half time they opened the scoring, Lauren Scully supplied the pass for Declan Brennan to glide in behind the United back line and Brennan kept his cool as he slotted home to give Celtic the lead. The second half saw United apply all the pressure and it took barely 10 minutes for it to pay off, Mike Dobosz winning back possession before releasing Nick Nolan on goal to make it 1-1. Dobosz saw another effort chalked off for offside as Parkville pushed for a lead goal and it duly arrived 20 minutes from time, Dobosz again the provider as Nolan netted his and United's second to deservedly put the hosts ahead. Celtic tried to respond with Luke Roache squaring for Declan Brennan but there was too much pace on the cross as it went across the face of goal and away to safety. A thunderous drive from United's Jamie Walsh brought the save of the game from Foley as United looked to extend the lead but it mattered little as Parkville held on to claim the points and keep their 100% record in tact, rewarding the play of Nick Nolan, Jamie Walsh and Mike Dobosz. Best on the day for Celtic were Kyle Foley, Declan Brennan and Michael O'Grady.

14/11/2021 20:19
JF Sports Under 17 League 2021/22
Parkville United 1 - 7 St. Joseph's FC 15/1
Parkville United suffer defeat to St. Joseph's FC.
8th placed Parkville United were comprehensively beaten at home by 7th placed St. Joseph's FC at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 2:30 pm

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Scorers: (Parkville United) Oisin Lyons
(St. Joseph's FC) Jamie Fitzharris, Ross Moran, John Byrne, Adam Seger, James Cranny, Patrick Hogan
23/01/2022 17:39
JF Sports Under 17 League 2021/22
St Anne's Ballylinan 3 - 0 Parkville United 22/1
St Anne's Ballylinan beat Parkville United.
5th placed St Anne's Ballylinan won 3-0 against their visitors, 8th placed Parkville United at Ballylinan (St Annes) at 2:30 pm

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23/01/2022 17:39
Parkville United v Burrin Celtic
Kenny wonder goal keeps Burrin Top
U17 League 11/12 14:30
Parkville United 1 - 3 Burrin Celtic

This is always a big local derby between school mates and the rivalry was building all week as Parkville were determined to put a dent in local rival’s title charge. However, it wasn’t to be as Burrin took the three points with a goal worthy of winning any game at any level. Burrin started off the brighter of the two teams getting a very early goal when Glenn O’Rourke followed in a Jack Kenny free kick to score a header and put Burrin 1-0 up very early on. Jack Kenny doubled Burrin’s lead when he ran down the left wing to beat the full back and slot the ball in the bottom right to make it 2-0 after just 15 minutes and the writing looked on the wall for Parkville.

Parkville slowly got into the game as Burrin got lazy and sloppy and really struggled on a pitch that hasn’t seen a lawnmower for a long time and made passing very difficult. The home side got a goal back on the stroke of half time when Oisín Lyons cut in from the left to slot the ball past the Burrin keeper 5 minutes before half time. The score was 2-1 in Burrin’s favour at half time.

Burrin came out to get a third in the second half and just could not take their chances in a one sided half where Parkville struggled to get out of their own half for 45 minutes. Jack Kenny had a couple of free kick’s saved midway through the second half. Both teams battled the majority of the half out with Burrin creating the most chances. Burrin finally got their 3rd goal with 10 minutes left of the game and what a goal it was. Defending a corner Jack Kenny took the ball on the edge of his own penalty box and went on to beat the whole Parkville team by running the full length of the pitch and slotting the ball in the bottom right to seal the victory for Burrin with a simple stunning individual goal where he beat at least 8 players by dribbling past them and invading the tackles. Parkville put in a great performance but Burrin we’re just too strong on the day. Best for Burrin were Jack Kenny, Jimmie Carroll and Evan Corr.

12/12/2021 20:11
Parkville United v Kilree Celtic
Prem League 05/12 11:00
Parkville United 2 - 3 Kilree Celtic

Parkville United 2

Kilree Celtic 3

Parkville lost in the league for the first time this season as Kilree made it 4 wins on the bounce. United were the better side for most of the first half, creating early chances for Nick Nolan and TJ Kavanagh but neither could trouble the Celtic net minder. United continued to probe and deservedly hit the front on the half hour, Tom Pollard cut in off the right wing before firing his effort to the net for the opening goal. Nick Nolan should have added to that but dragged his effort wide as half time approached. The second half saw a huge improvement from Kilree and within 8 minutes of the restart they were level, Peter Abbey teeing up Alan MacDonald to make it 1-1. Kilree's pressure yielded a second goal 15 minutes from time, Peter Abbey making the most of a mix up between two defenders as he picked up a loose ball in the box and his shot on the turn found the top corner. It was 3-1 to the visitors 10 minutes later, Tommy Cummins' header came back off the crossbar, but Abbey was on hand to knock in the rebound. Parkville did pull a goal back through Dylan Sheridan, but it was too little too late as Kilree rise to third in the table rewarding the efforts of Darragh O'Meara, Victor Watkins and Peter Abbey. United's best included Tom Pollard and Dylan Sheridan

05/12/2021 21:28
Slaney Rovers v Parkville United
KCLR Shield 28/11 11:00
Slaney Rovers 4 - 0 Parkville United

Slaney Rovers 4

Parkville United 0

Rovers booked a place in the KCLR Shield Final against New Oak with this win over United. Parkville went into the game as favourites, unbeaten in the league, against a Rovers side whose form had deserted them in recent weeks but as so often happens in Knock out competition, the form book was burnt. United were the better side for most of the first half, but despite piling on the pressure and carving out decent chances, none of Michael Dobosz, Nick Nolan or Jack O'Neill could convert when well placed. With 5 minutes to the break Slaney made them pay for those missed chances, Adam Keogh and Lubohir Lesko combined brilliantly to set up Dominic Byrne and despite loud appeals for offside Byrne kept his cool to fire Rovers into a half time lead. Parkville dominated the early second half exchanges but were denied twice by the goal frame as both Nolan and O'Neill saw efforts come back off the post. With Parkville pressing forward their high defensive line was exposed when Lesko put a simple ball over the top for the on running Adam Keogh to smash home Rovers' second goal just after the hour. 15 minutes later it was 3-0, Conor O'Brien gliding by 3 defenders before picking his spot and leaving Parkville with a mountain to climb. United to their credit kept plugging away but got no joy from a defence led by Regan Murphy. With time almost up Rovers added their fourth, Shane Murphy heading home from a Joe Thompson corner as Slaney eased into the final in bid to win their first Carlow Shield since 2011. Best on the day for Slaney were Paddy Farrell, Mick Foley and Joe Thompson while Michael Dobosz and Jack O'Neill stood out for Parkville.

05/12/2021 21:04
Parkville United v Nurney Villa
U17 League 20/11 14:30
Parkville United 2 - 11 Nurney Villa

Parkville United AFC 2 – 11 Nurney Villa AFC.

Nurney started the game very well, passing the ball around and creating themselves lots of space and their possession was rewarded on five minutes, when Oisin Maloney scored from a Ben Smyth cross or 0 – 1. Nurney continued to pressurise Parkville and a good shot by Shane Kelly, brought a good save from the Parkville keeper. Nurney doubled their lead on ten minutes when Ben Smyth scored with a header from a corner and Oisin Maloney scored for his brace and make 0-3 t Nurney. Parkville were awarded a penalty on twenty three minutes, which they successfully converted to make it 1 -3 and thereafter, Nurney continued to pile on the pressure and this enabled Shane Kelly to score Nurney’s fourth and they took that 1-4 lead into the interval. Nurney started the second-half the same as the first and Shane Kelly scored again for 1-5 and Shane’s own personal brace and he then completed his hat-trick on fifty eight minutes to make it 1-6. Oisin Maloney scored another goal on sixty minutes, to complete his own hat-trick , making it 1-7. Nurney struck again on sixty three minutes, when Shane Kelly scored his fourth bringing the score to 1-8 and only three minutes later Oisin Maloney replicated his team-mate when he scored his fourth and make the score 1-9. On seventy three minutes Parkville scored their second, with a good strike, from a free-kick. Nurney continued to dominate the game and scored their tenth when Aidan Nolan scored from a tight angle inside the box on seventy nine minutes. Nurney scored their final goal through Tristan Searson to make the final score 2-11.

28/11/2021 15:16
Parkville United v Ballymurphy Celtic
U17 League 13/11 14:30
Parkville United 0 - 8 Ballymurphy Celtic

Parkville United AFC 0 – 8 Ballymurphy Celtic AFC.

Ballymurphy had a great win against Parkville, after a few tough weeks, where they had been up against it and this result will hopefully, give them confidence, as the season progresses.

Ballymurphy started the better and went ahead on ten minutes through Jack Cummins for 0-1 and quickly made it 0-2 through Luke Joyce on seventeen minutes.

Joyce made it 0-3 on thirty-three minutes, as he completed his brace and on forty two minutes Tadgh Farrell made it 0-4 and that was the score at half-time.

In the second half, Ballymurphy continued to punish Parkville, with Luke Joyce completing his hat-trick on fifty-five minutes to make it 0-5 and Jack Cummins scored on sixty five minutes to complete his brace and make the score 0-6.

Two late goals from the ‘dynamic duo’ of Joyce and Cummins, saw Luke Joyce grab his fourth goal of the game for 0-7 and Jack Cummins complete his hat-trick on eighty eight minutes to make the final score 0-8.

Besides the exploits of the two main goalscorers – best for Ballymurphy were Mike Joyce, Cian Quirke and Conor Coleman. Best for Parkville: Callum Murray and James Boland in midfield. Sennan Murphy and Ryan Maher did very well in centre back but had their hands full with Ballymurphys pace, Patrick Dzbynski was impressive for his first game in goal. Conor Nolan looked bright when introduced at half time.

28/11/2021 14:51
Parkville United v St. Patricks Boys
Prem League 31/10 11:00
Parkville United 5 - 2 St. Patricks Boys

Parkville United 5

St Patrick's Boys 2

Parkville ran out easy winners in the end, but it could have been very different had St Pats managed to build on an early 2 goal lead. It all started so well for the visitors; Mark Delaney's corner was headed home by Jake Nolan inside 5 minutes. On 8 minutes it was 2-0, Pat's awarded a penalty after Nathan Doyle was fouled in the area and Delaney converted from the spot. Parkville needed a response, and it came midway through the half, Joe Sunderland's cross knocked in from close range by Michael Dobosz to leave the minimum between the teams. Pats missed a glorious chance to restore their 2-goal advantage, but Enoch Olanase couldn't convert when well-placed and the sides went into the break with Pats holding a slim lead. That slim advantage was gone within 3 minutes of the restart, Dobosz won the ball just outside the Pats area and Jack O'Neill supplied the finish from 25 yards to make it 2-2. Parkville hit the front on the hour, Cain Madden winning possession before laying off to Craig Staunton whose effort took a wicked deflection and looped over a stranded Pat's keeper. The visitors responded well and almost levelled things up but Mark Delaney's header from a corner came back off the crossbar. Parkville made the most of this let off and struck for a fourth with 10 minutes left TJ Kavanagh powering his way through the Pat's backline before firing low inro the corner to make it 4-2. Nick Nolan finished off the scoring late on for United with a neat back heal as the hosts ran out 5-2 winners, rewarding the efforts of Jack O'Neill, Tom Pollard and TJ Kavanagh. Best for St Pat's on the day were Anto Lawlor, Jake Nolan and Dylan Costigan

31/10/2021 20:08
St. Joseph's FC v Parkville United
U17 League 30/10 14:30
St. Joseph's FC 0 - 3 Parkville United

St Joseph’s AFC 4 – 1 Parkville Utd AFC

Parkville started the brighter and had the bulk of the possession for the first twenty minutes and Joey’s were confined to occasional long balls into the Parkville half, but it paid off when they scored on twenty minutes.

Thereafter, Joey’s played themselves into the game impressively, netting another goal, after yet another long ball to make it 2-0 and they took that lead into the interval.

After 18 minutes of the second-half Joey’s scored another goal to make the score 3-0, before Parkville’s Nicky Moore got up well to head home a corner, which was some consolation, as it lifted them until the end of the match, however, Joey’s sealed the win with a well worked goal in the last minute, to give Joey’s a very comfortable 4-1 win.

It was a good all-round team performance by Joey’s and man of the match for Parkville was their keeper Matthew Hyde.

31/10/2021 20:06
Parkville United v Slaney Rovers
Prem League 24/10 11:00
Parkville United 1 - 0 Slaney Rovers

Parkville United 1

Slaney Rovers 0

Nick Nolan's strike midway through the first half proved enough for United in this derby at Hawkins Lane. The visitors started much the better of the sides, Lubohir Lesko denied a goal on 10 minutes by a last ditch goal line clearance by Dave McCarney. Conor O'Brien was also denied by some solid defending as United weathered an early storm. Towards the end of the first quarter Slaney paid dearly for those missed chances. Eoin Dempsey won possession and fed Jamie Walsh on the overlap, Walsh finding Nick Nolan with a pin point cross for Nolan to finish low into the corner for 1-0. Only an excellent save by Fergal Harmon from Jack O'Neill shortly afterwards prevented United from doubling the lead. The second half was very stop start, free kicks and offsides disrupting the flow of the game. Parkville's Tom Pollard had an effort well saved by Harmon before a tight offside call pulled up Michael Dobosz when he was through on goal on the hour.The introduction of Craig Staunton and TJ Kavanagh gave Parkville fresh legs and when the pair combined on the left, Kavanagh let fly with an audacious shot from 35 yards that just went over the bar. With time running out Slaney's last chance fell to Gareth Doyle but his well struck free kick was brilliantly saved by Sean Tompkins as Parkville held on for a well deserved 3 points. Dave McCarney stood out for United on the day while Slaney were well served by Shane Murphy, Adam Keogh and Mick Foley.

24/10/2021 20:55
Parkville United v Hanover Harps
U17 League 23/10 14:30
Parkville United 1 - 2 Hanover Harps

Parkville United AFC 1 – 2 Hanover Harps AFC.

This game turned out to be a very competitive game played in difficult, blustery conditions, with Hanover started the stronger, with their pace causing great difficulty for Parkville, right throughout the match.

Hanover got an early reward, when Andrew Vint got on the end of a corner – kick, to head home and take a 0-1 lead on five minutes and then they won a series of corners and came close to scoring again, but they were off-target.

Cian Ray then went on a mazy run, which ended when he was brought down in the box and the resultant penalty was converted by Ray Darlington, to make it 0-2.

Parkville saw impressive performances from Callum Murray and Paddy O’Byrne, who were operating on the wings to good effect.

Half time came, with Hanover holding on to their 0-2 lead.

To Parkville’s credit they had the better of the second-half, with Nicky Moore and Oran Kirwan ‘bossing’ the midfield and this paid off after only eight minutes, when Niall Kinsella ‘nicked’ the ball off a Hanover defender and played it into space and followed it and he then shot across the Hanover keeper and into the bottom corner of the net, to make the score 1-2.

Kinsella then forced a good save from the Hanover keeper and at this stage Parkville ‘had their tails up’ and were strongly pressing for an equaliser.

Hanover were still threatening ‘on the break’ with their pace, but Matthew Hyde - Parkville’s keeper, was quick off his line to prevent certain scores.

24/10/2021 20:51
Parkville United v Killeshin FC
U17 League 16/10 14:30
Parkville United 0 - 13 Killeshin FC

Killeshin’s, absolutely dominated this game from start to finish and they ended up with an avalanche of goals that Parkville just couldn’t stop.

On six minutes Cialan Brady opened the scoring when he finished well into the bottom corner for 0-1 and on sixteen minutes, a good cross by Josh Brady found James Ingram who also finished well for 0 – 2.

On eighteen minutes, James finished well from just inside the box for 0 – 3 and on thirty-one minutes Emanuel won a ball deep in Parkville’s defence and he played in Josh Brady, who found the bottom corner for 0 – 4.

On thirty-five minutes Cialan Brady won a ball and volleyed home for 0 – 5 and on forty minutes, Josh Brady made a run down the right and put in a cross that was deflected into the net by a Parkville defender for 0 – 6.

On forty-three minutes, following an assist by Emanuel, James Ingram scored from the edge of the box for 0 – 7 and on forty-five minutes Kyle Holden put James Ingram through on goal and he converted to make it 0 – 8 and Killeshin took that massive lead into the interval.

Killeshin carried where they left off in the second half, as on forty-seven minutes Aaron Power scored from a penalty to make it 0 – 9 and two minutes later, Cialan Brady scored for 0 – 10, following a James Ingram assist.

On fifty-one minutes James Ingram capitalised on a mistake in the Parkville defence to score and make it 0 - 11 and on fifty-seven minutes Josh Brady scored from a Cialan Brady assist for 0 – 12 and on sixty-two minutes James Comerford scored to make it 0 – 13. Standing out for Killeshin were Tommy Hutton, Jack Hynes, and Cody Nolan, whilst it was a battling performance by Parkville, who were completely overwhelmed and their ‘stand-out’ players were goalkeeper Matthew Hyde, Raul Plaza in midfield and Senan Murphy, at the back.

23/10/2021 21:35
Nurney Villa v Parkville United
U17 League 09/10 14:30
Nurney Villa 6 - 1 Parkville United

It was a Strong start by Nurney keeping the ball well and they were rewarded on 4 minutes when Shane Kelly scored from play. Shane Kelly was again on the scorecard on 10 minutes with another good goal from play. Nurney continued to press and were well in control with Parkville creating only one chance in the 1st 15 minutes. Nurney were keeping the ball well and continued to create lots of chances with the latest on 29 minutes when Ben Smyth had a header cleared off the line. Parkville started to come into the game in the last 10 minutes but conceded another goal on 44 minutes when Shane Kelly found the net after a free kick was saved by the keeper. Half time score: 3-0. Nurney started the 2nd half the same as the 1st with good possession which resulted in plenty of chances for the 1st 10 minutes and were unlucky on a number of occasions not to add to their score. Parkville created only one chance in the 1st 12 minutes of the 2nd half when they headed the ball over the bar from a free kick.

Nurney scored their 4th on 57 minutes when Nathan O'Hara found the net from a cross by Shane Kelly. Nurney continued to press with some great passing and again found the net when Shane Kelly scored from play on 62 minutes. Nurney continued to be very dangerous and scored again on 67 when Padraig Kearney found the net with a great shot from inside the box. Parkville struggled to create any momentum but did score through a free kick which went in over the keeper's head on 76 minutes. Parkville saw out the remainder of the half well but failed to trouble the Nurney keeper and the match ended 6-1. Nurney's best players were Shane Kelly, Oisín Maloney and Padraig Kearney

23/10/2021 21:32
Parkville United v St Anne's Ballylinan
U17 League 18/09 14:30
Parkville United 3 - 2 St Anne's Ballylinan
This was a tight game between the two teams on the opening day of the U17 season. Raul Plaza scored first for Parkville to make it 1-0 after 5 minutes. Cathal Cassey equalised quickly for St Anne's after 7 minutes. The game was fast moving with attacks at either end with some good saves from both keepers. Óran Kirwan who was man of the match for Parkville popped up to put away a header from a corner after 28 minutes to give Parkville the lead at half time. Alex McDonagh scored the goal of the game putting a 30-yard shot into the top corner of the Parkville net to equalise at the start of the second half. Raul Plaza who showed some amazing technical skills throughout the game ran on to a great through ball from Nicky Moore, Plaza took on 4 St Anne's players before a great finish to the top corner to win the game for the home side with 17 minutes left. Best players for Parkville were Sennan Murphy, Raul Plaza, Jamie Haugh and Óran Kirwan.
23/10/2021 21:25
Burrin Celtic v Parkville United
Burrin Celtic 1 - 0 Parkville United
U17 League 25/09 14:30
Burrin Celtic 1 - 0 Parkville United
First half started off with both teams really having a go at eachother. Burrin forced a couple of saves from the parkville keeper. Burrin got the breakthrough when Conor Deacon was tripped in the box and Burrin got a penalty. Sam collier calmly put away the penalty in the bottom right corner. Again both teams had a go at eachother until halftime. The second half was dominated mostly by Burrin with the parkville keeper making a few good saves. Late on in the game Frankie Fitzgerald was taken out in the box after a good run and Burrin were rewarded their second penalty. The parkville keeper made a great save from the spot to keep parkville in the game. Ben Nolan and cian Lester were unlucky not to score late on as a result of more saves from the parkville keeper. A great effort from both sides and a very entertaining game for all involved. Great performances from every player on the pitch. Best for Burrin were Dylan McCann, Evan Corr, Alex Sinott and Frankie Fitzgerald.
25/09/2021 18:26
Parkville United v Vale Wanderers
KCLR Shield 05/09 11:00
Parkville United 4 - 1 Vale Wanderers
This last round game for Parkville in the newly revamped shield produced an intriguing scenario as Parkville went into the game knowing they needed to win by two clear goals to go through in place of Vale. The game began frantically and Vale were much the better side in the opening exchanges as they caused Parkville a number of problems with their fluid attacking play before taking a well-deserved lead on 15 minutes and could have been two up but some last ditch defending. Midway through the half Parkville made a quick tactical change and it led to the equaliser when Jamie Walsh broke down the right and combined with Eoin Dempsey and Joe Sunderland to release Craig Staunton who powered home his strike from just inside the penalty box. Shortly after Jamie Walsh was again on hand and he struck a fearsome shot from 25 yards to beat the keeper low and hard to the bottom corner. Parkville tails were up and on the half hour Cian Madden sent an absolute peach of a Crossfield ball to Jack Kennedy who rose highest to power his head back across goal to the top corner. Parkville were in full flow now and Vale just could not live with the pace as Eoin Dempsey ran through the middle of the field to stick an inch perfect ball into Michael Dobosz who expertly dispatched the ball to the bottom corner to give Parkville a 4-1 lead at half time. The second half saw Vale not relent as they tried to get back in the game, but the Parkville rear guard of Dylan Sheridan, Kuba Dobosz and Paddy Hickey were not to be outdone today. Jason Murphy in the goal made some excellent saves and Parkville were ever dangerous on the counterattack but the game finished out at 4-1 to Parkville which saw them through to the quarter final from what proved to be a very difficult group. Best on the day for Parkville were Eoin Dempsey, Craig Staunton, Jamie Walsh and Cian Madden.
12/09/2021 21:15
Parkville United v New Oak Boys
KCLR Shield 22/08 11:00
Parkville United 3 - 5 New Oak Boys
This was a rip-roaring encounter at the lane played at frantic pace with Parkville quick out of the blocks. Joe Sunderland almost opened the scoring when his free kick hit the underside of the bar but bounced out. On 10 minutes, New Oak broke the deadlock with a well worked corner from Dean Kelly and David Doyle resulting in Lee walker heading in at the back post. Soon after Parkville were back on terms when Kuba Dobosz got on the end of a Dillon Kenny corner to power home his header to the top corner. Five minutes later and Paddy Hickey and Dylan Sheridan caused mayhem in the box from another Kenny corner with Joe Sunderland scrambling home his diving header to give Parkville a 2-1 lead on 20 minutes. Shortly after, New Oak equalised following a break away when Graham Delaney scored. Both teams needed a breather and the game looked to be heading in all square at the break before New Oak got a third from Daryl Coleman right on the stroke of half time. Parkville were quick out of the blocks in the second half and Jack Kennedy rattled the woodwork on 50 minutes but somehow New Oak kept the ball out. The pace never let up and both sides emptied the benches. On 70 minutes, Parkville had their equaliser when Michael Dobosz was fouled in the box and Joe Sunderland stepped up to score from the spot to make it 3-3. With the game looking set for a draw, that little bit of experience saw New Oak over the line as they scored the fourth when Lee walker beat three Parkville men and slotted calmly to the opposing net. With Parkville all out in search of the equaliser, New Oak tagged on the 5th in injury time when David Doyle made no mistake from a tight angle. Best on the day for Parkville were, Kuba Dobosz, Eoin Dempsey and Joe Sunderland. Best for new oak was Pa Kavanagh, Dean Kelly , Lee walker and Graham Delaney .
12/09/2021 21:08
Parkville United v Nurney Villa
KCLR Shield 15/08 11:00
Parkville United 9 - 1 Nurney Villa
Parkville started well and soon had the lead on 4 minutes when Michael Dobosz capitalised on a defensive error to round the keeper for 1 nil. On 10 minutes. Nurney managed to level when a John Townsend free kick into the area was finished by Jason McAssey. It took Parkville 15 minutes to register the second when Joe Sunderland finished tidily after a lovely through ball from Paddy Hickey. Parkville's tails were up and soon after a Craig Staunton pile driver was spilled by the keeper following good work by Jack O'Neill, Dillon Kenny was quickest to react to put Parkville 3-1 up. Michael Dobosz scored his second to kill the contest just before the break leaving 4-1. The second half saw Parkville never relent and they added 5 more goals. The first from Eoin Dempsey before Michael Dobosz got his hattrick. The seventh came from Craig Staunton before Nick Nolan got on the end of some good work by Lee Kavanagh. Joe Sunderland rounded off a fine performance with his second and Parkville's ninth with 15 minutes to go with an excellent strike to the top corner. A good all round squad performance with Michael Dobosz, Joe Sunderland and Paddy Hickey the pick of the bunch. Best for Nurney were Andy O'Brien, Dean Farrell and Jason McAssey.
12/09/2021 21:05
Club Summary
Goals ScoredGoals ConcededClean SheetsRed CardsYellow Cards
1Burrin Celtic1461144736
2Hanover Harps1459154436
3Killeshin FC1363174633
4Ballymurphy Celtic143431325
5St Anne's Ballylinan154339419
6Nurney Villa144065-2512
7St. Joseph's FC143462-2812
8Parkville United141859-4112
9Vale Wanderers161161-506

Group A

1Kilree Celtic51871113
2Slaney Rovers5158710
3Ardattin Athletic FC52791810
4St. Patricks Boys52313107
5Fortbarrington FC5529-243
6Round Tower Rovers5426-220

Group B

1Mill Celtic49729
2Hanover Harps411568
3Dolmen Celtic4151327
4St. Joseph's FC41012-24
5Bagenalstown AFC4614-80

Group C

1Killeshin FC41531212
2Crettyard United4281279
3Burrin Celtic467-16
4Ballymurphy Celtic4317-141
5Baltinglass Town4327-241

Group D

1New Oak Boys4224189
2Parkville United4197129
3Vale Wanderers414597
4Castle Rangers4222-203
5Nurney Villa4322-191
Parkville United Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Latest Results
22/01U17 League St Anne's Ballylinan30Parkville United
16/01Prem LeagueParkville United50Ballymurphy Celtic
16/01Div OneParkville United B13Mill Celtic
15/01U17 League Parkville United17St. Joseph's FC
09/01Div OneArdattin Athletic FC11Parkville United B
08/01U17 League Hanover Harps30Parkville United
19/12Prem LeagueKilleshin FC12Parkville United
12/12Prem LeagueDolmen Celtic12Parkville United
11/12Div OneSt. Patricks Boys B30Parkville United B
11/12U17 League Parkville United13Burrin Celtic
05/12Prem LeagueParkville United23Kilree Celtic
05/12Div OneBagenalstown AFC22Parkville United B
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