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Nurney Villa v Burrin Celtic
U17 League 04/12 14:30
Nurney Villa 1 - 8 Burrin Celtic

Nurney Villa AFC 1 – 8 Burrin Celtic AFC.

Burrin started off by far the better side, creating chances from the first two minutes and they took the lead when Frankie Fitzgerald scored with an acrobatic bicycle kick, from a Jack Kenny corner for 0-1.

Burrin kicked on from there and further goals came from Jimmie Carroll, Ben Nolan, Sam Collier and a great finish from Dylan O’ Reilly to make the half-time score 0-5.

To their credit Nurney never gave up and they got a consolation goal early in the second half when Ross Nolan scored to make the score 1-5.

Burrin ‘turned up the heat on Nurney’ and from a short corner, Frankie Fitzgerald fired the ball into the top corner for 1-6 and then Ben Nolan got his brace in the last fifteen minutes and then Cian Lester scored the final goal and it ended 1-8 to Burrin.

It was a great team performance from Burrin who were just too strong for Nurney on the day, but credit goes to Nurney for making it a very entertaining game and they gave it all they could. Best for Nurney were Triston Searson, Padraig Kearney and Thomas Bermingham.

05/12/2021 21:21
Round Tower Rovers v Nurney Villa
Div Two 09/01 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 4 - 2 Nurney Villa

Rovers started their 2022 off with a 4-2 win in Timahoe against an improved Nurney Villa team. Rovers started strong with tremendous pressure from the wing. They then found the breakthrough from an excellent finish by Mickey Keogh to make it 1-0 to Round Tower. However, Villa hit back to level when a well-worked move saw Martin Mullins cross for Pakie Fleming to head home. Nurney then went ahead in the 39th minute when a Pakie Fleming free kick into the area was headed home by Kyle Harenberg before Round Tower's Paddy Brady equalised before the break. Halftime Round Tower Rovers 2 - 2 Nurney Villa.

In the second half, Nurney Villa upped the pressure and almost found a third goal only for the fingertips of Round Tower's William Oxley. Rovers then found a third of their own from the header of Colum Dunne from a corner. Nurney played well but still couldn't force an equaliser. Finally, a goal in the dying minutes from Round Tower's Enda Butler put the nail in the coffin. It made the final score Round Tower Rovers 4 - 2 Nurney Villa.

Best for Nurney were Andy O'Brien, Mick Murphy, Joe Byrne and Thomas Murphy.

Best for Round Tower Rovers were William Oxley, Paddy Brady and Enda Butler.

16/01/2022 21:02
Nurney Villa v St Anne's Ballylinan
U17 League 08/01 14:30
Nurney Villa 5 - 2 St Anne's Ballylinan

This game saw a bright start by both teams, The best of the early chances going to Nurney.

Nurney got the opener on 18 minutes when Ben Smyth scored from a Shane Kelly free kick.

Ballylinan equalised on 28 minutes with a goal from play. The visitors began to dominate and were rewarded with their 2nd on 33 minutes with a goal from a free kick. Nurney began to chase, and John Cassidy got the equaliser for Nurney on 34 minutes when he chipped the keeper. Nurney took the lead on 42 minutes when Shane Kelly struck from play and that finished the half with Nurney 3-2 up and playing well. An even start to the 2nd half with few chances created by either team. As the half progressed Nurney began to dominate. Nurney created lots of chances and were rewarded when Oisin Maloney struck from a saved shot on 73 minutes. Padraig Keareny was rewarded after some solid play with Nurney’s 5th goal.

Good performance from Nurney who started the 1st half well and dominated the 2nd.

Nurney's best players were John Cassidy, Aidan Nolan, Thomas Bermingham and Oisin Maloney

16/01/2022 20:57
White's Pharmacy Division 2021/22
Vale Wanderers B 2 - 3 Nurney Villa 16/1
Vale Wanderers B beaten by Nurney Villa.
6th placed Vale Wanderers B were marginally beaten at home by 7th placed Nurney Villa at Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers) at 2 pm

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Scorers: (Vale Wanderers B) Lee CONRAN
(Nurney Villa) Jamie McCabe, Kyle Harenberg, Michael MURPHY
23/01/2022 18:01
White's Pharmacy Division 2021/22
Nurney Villa 3 - 0 Slaney Rovers B 23/1
Nurney Villa beat Slaney Rovers B.
7th placed Nurney Villa won 3-0 against their visitors, 8th placed Slaney Rovers B at Newtown Rd Nurney at 11 am

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Slaney Rovers B are currently on a losing streak of 4 games.They have yet to win away from home.
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23/01/2022 18:01
Hanover Harps v Nurney Villa
U17 League 11/12 14:30
Hanover Harps 10 - 0 Nurney Villa

Hanover were on the score sheet 5 minutes later with a good goal from play as John Phiri got his second of the game. Nurney just couldn’t get into the game and struggled to maintain possession with some sloppy passing. Hanover scored their 7th on 76 minutes with a great headed goal from a cross after a great move from back to front with the ball coming to Mathew Callanan on the wing who drove in a powerful cross wit Harry Brown getting on the end of it to power a header in the net. Hanover's 8th came in good style on 80 minutes when Vivian Nixon who beat 2 players to curl a shot off the crossbar from 25 yards into the net and then Killian Comiskey finished the scoring with neat footwork to make it 10. Best for Hanover was Cian Ray and Harry Brown. Nurney's best players were Luke Brennan, Padraig Kearney and Thomas Bermingham
12/12/2021 20:12
Nurney Villa v Burrin Celtic
Div Two 12/12 14:00
Nurney Villa 0 - 2 Burrin Celtic

Nurney Villa 0 - 2 Burrin Celtic

Burrin Celtic kept their good run of form going with a win away from home in awful weather conditions. Burrin dominated and created numerous chances within the first half, with Liam Brennan scoring after 15 minutes directly from a free kick. Burrin created multiple opportunities to score, but Nurney’s defence played excellently and did not let much past them.

In the second half, the wind was against Burrin. However, they controlled the game well. In the 57th minute, Myles Hutton kept his good form going and scored Burrin’s second and made it 2-0. Nurney fought to get back in the game, with Pakie Fleming delivering a fine shot which was well saved by the Burrin keeper. Full-time and the score remained 2-0 to Burrin Celtic.

Best for Nurney were Joe Byrne, Kyle Harenberg, and Pakie Fleming.

Best for Burrin were Adam Deacon, Nick Mullins, and Lorcan Doyle.

12/12/2021 20:05
Baltinglass Town v Nurney Villa
Div Two 05/12 11:00
Baltinglass Town 4 - 2 Nurney Villa

Baltinglass Town 4 – 2 Nurney Villa

After an adamant performance last week against league leaders St. Joseph's, Baltinglass Town were hoping for a simpler game but got anything but an easy game against the visiting Nurney Villa.

Baltinglass started the better of the two teams, and after some good play, Chris Sutton was fouled on the edge of the box. Gary Carroll stepped up to score the free kick with a powerful shot placed in the right top corner of the net, 1-0. Ten minutes later, Baltinglass were awarded another free kick, this time from the right-hand side. After an excellent delivery, Gary Carroll made no mistake from close range to give Baltinglass a 2-0 lead. However, one minute later, Joe Byrne pulled a goal back for the Nurney. Baltinglass then scored a third when a knockdown by Mick Dowling fell to Chris Sutton, who volleyed home from the edge of the box. However, Nurney did protest an offside within the build-up of Baltinglass's third goal. Nurney responded again when Rian Farrell headed in from a Thomas Murphy corner kick to leave the score 3-2 to Baltinglass at half-time.

Nurney pushed hard in the second half, but a lack of a cutting edge in front of the goal let them down, and Baltinglass looked happy to play on the break. Then in the 77th minute, Gary Carroll beat the offside trap from a great pass and squared the ball to Chris Sutton, who made no mistake and finished to put Baltinglass 4-2 ahead. Nurney pushed to get back into the game, but Baltinglass defended well to see out the game, leaving the final score as Baltinglass Town 4 Nurney Villa 2. Best for Baltinglass was Michael Convoy, Chris Redmond, Lee furlong and Mick Dowling. Best for Nurney were Jamie McCabe, Andy O'Brien, Thomas Murphy and Rian Farrell.

05/12/2021 21:31
Nurney Villa v Hanover Harps B
Div Two 28/11 14:00
Nurney Villa 3 - 0 Hanover Harps B

Nurney Villa 3- 0 Hanover Harps B

It was three first-half goals that decided this match, which was played in Nurney. It was the home side who opened the scoring. The first goal came in the 2nd minute when Andy O'Brien dispatched the ball into the net from Thomas Murphy's corner. Nurney's lead was then doubled when Pakie Fleming scored after some excellent midfield play. After 33 minutes, the score was 3-0 when Joe Byrne played a lovely cross across the box, leaving Martin Mullins no choice but to tap the ball home. It was an awkward and slow opening half for the Hanover players, and their mistakes were duly punished. Their failure to pick up midfield runners had them three down at half-time.

Knowing this, Hanover made two changes after half-time and began playing better and creating chances to get back into the game. However, the Hanover chances were not capitalised on by Dillon Murphy, Dylan Twohig or Aaron Kinsella, and the score remained the same until the final whistle. As the game got stretched, Nurney were dangerous on the break but never really created much. 3-0, a comfortable home win for Nurney Villa. Best for a valiant Hanover team were Alan Bolger, Eric Dowling, Aaron Kinsella, and Pa Dowling. Best for Nurney were Jamie McCabe, Andy O'Brien, Thomas Murphy and Rian Farrell.

05/12/2021 21:17
Nurney Villa v St. Joseph's FC
U17 League 27/11 14:30
Nurney Villa 4 - 6 St. Joseph's FC

Nurney Villa AFC 4 – 6 St Joseph’s AFC.

It was a good start by both teams, with some attractive flowing football and Nurney took a 1-0 lead when Ben Smyth headed home following a corner, on nine minutes and then on seventeen minutes, Nurney conceded an equaliser when Joey’s scored from play to make it 1-1.

This was the beginning of a good spell of play for Joey’s, as they scored two more goals on 27 and 30 minutes to make the score a comfortable 1-3 lead.

Just after Nurney responded with a goal by Oisin Maloney on thirty three minutes to make it 2-3 and on thirty five minutes Oisin Maloney scored again, for his brace and level the scores at 3-3 and they took that score into half-time.

Joey’s opened the second-half scoring with their fourth goal from play for 3-4 and they continued to press the Nurney defence and Nurney were struggling to get into the game and they conceded again on fifty eight minutes when Joey’s made the score 3 – 5.

Nurney were reduced to just ten men when they lost a player to a straight red card and they were really up against it, but despite that reverse Oisin Maloney completed his hat-trick on seventy two minutes and a scoreline of 4 – 5, with a well taken goal from outside the box.

05/12/2021 21:02
Fortbarrington FC v Nurney Villa
Div Two 21/11 11:00
Fortbarrington FC 3 - 3 Nurney Villa

Fortbarrington FC 3 - 3 Nurney Villa

The points were shared following a hard-fought tie in Athy. Fortbarrington took a 6th-minute lead before Nurney levelled from the penalty spot. John Townsend converted after Kyle Harenberg was fouled in the area in the 16th minute. Fortbarrington regained the lead just on half-time from a retaken penalty after David Murphy saved the first kick.

The sides were level again in the 54th minute, John Townsend's glancing header beating the keeper from a Martin Mullins cross. Fortbarrington were to go ahead again for the third time in the 71st minute, but Nurney levelled again two minutes later when Joe Byrne rifled home to ensure a share of the spoils. Best for Nurney were Jamie McCabe, Andy O'Brien, and Thomas Murphy.

28/11/2021 15:23
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
Nurney Villa v Vale Wanderers B
Div Two 14/11 14:00
Nurney Villa 1 - 2 Vale Wanderers B

Nurney Villa 1-2 Vale Wanderers B

Nurney started the better of the two teams with their long balls and set piece plays, causing a particular threat to the Vale defence. However, after 30 minutes, Vale broke the deadlock, only for the strike to be ruled out for offside. This kicked Vale into life, and just before halftime Lee Conran played Conor Byrne through. Still, the in-form striker's shot hit the post, with the ball falling to Keelan Brennan to slot home the rebound.

The second half started similar to the first, with Nurney attacking from the whistle. With this period of attacking play, Nurney found an equaliser from a corner. From here on in, though, Vale started to take control and pushed for a win. With 70 minutes on the clock, Ceilum Darcy picked up the ball 25 yards from goal. He looked up, and with nothing on, produced a bullet of a shot that flew right into the top corner to give Vale a 2-1 lead. Vale played on the front foot and missed late chances to extend the lead. Geoffrey Doran and Shane Cowman coming close. This was before a goal mount scramble at the end nearly saw Nurney grab a share of the spoils, but Vale held on to win 2-1. Best for Vale on the day were Aidan Lillis, Eoin Johnson, and Jordan Doyle

28/11/2021 15:03
Nurney Villa v Hanover Harps
U17 League 13/11 14:30
Nurney Villa 2 - 7 Hanover Harps

Nurney Villa AFC 2 – 7 Hanover Harps AFC.

Hanover started the game well and got the opening goal through Ray Darlington after only three minutes for 0-1. Nurney responded when they were awarded a free kick, which hit a post. Hanover continued to press Nurney hard, and they scored another two goals through Scott Dunne, after beating the Nurney offside ‘trap’ and making the score 0-3. Hanover scored another goal on the break to make it 0-4 through Ben Deacon and they were causing Nurney ‘no end of problems’ and they went on to score two more goals to make the score 0-6, but just before the interval, Nurney pulled a goal back and the half-time score was 1 – 6. Hanover started the game pretty much the same as the first period and they got their seventh early in play for 1=7, but Nurney started to settle down and they enjoyed some good spells of pressure and possession, but without really troubling the Hanover keeper. Nurney pulled another goal back on seventy-five minutes to make the score 2-7 and then Nurney went down to ten when they lost a man to a second yellow card, which made their task even harder. Nurney continued to press Hanover and they were again unlucky to hit the post again. Nurney’s second half performance was far better than their first, as they ended up drawing 1-1 and this should give them confidence for future games. It was an outstanding team performance by Hanover, whilst standing out for Nurney were Ben Smyth and Shane Kelly.

28/11/2021 14:52
New Oak Boys B v Nurney Villa
Div Two 07/11 14:00
New Oak Boys B 5 - 3 Nurney Villa

New Oak Boys B 5 - 3 Nurney Villa

New Oak started the game strongly and went ahead after five minutes when Ben Dorgan finished a lovely ball played by Daniel Hayden. New Oak continued to play well and found a second five minutes later when Ben Dorgan produced another beautiful finish. Two minutes later, New Oak were awarded a penalty, and Dorgan stepped up to complete his hat-trick from the spot. Early in the first half, the score was 3-0 in favour of New Oak Boys B. However, any thought that this game was over was a long way off as Nurney started to play well and came into the game by creating many chances.

Their fightback started on the half-hour mark when they were awarded a penalty kick. Pakie Fleming stepped up and converted a penalty, and five minutes later, it was game on when he managed to score again after some excellent team play. With halftime approaching, Nurney equalized with the goal of the game. Fleming completed his hat-trick with a superb strike from 25 yards out. Halftime Score New Oak Boys B 3 - 3 Nurney Villa.

New Oak started the second half faster, and after a good move, Ben Dorgan scored to put them ahead again. It was end to end stuff with the result in doubt right until the end, but with time almost up, Dorgan finished to make the game safe for New Oak. Best for New Oak - Ben Dorgan, Pa Kavanagh, and Daniel Hayden. Best for Nurney were Rian Farrell, Tom Murphy, and Pakie Fleming.

14/11/2021 21:25
Burrin Celtic v Nurney Villa
U17 League 06/11 14:30
Burrin Celtic 7 - 0 Nurney Villa

Burrin Celtic 7 – 0 Nurney Villa

Burrin Celtic continued their great run and maintained the leagues only 100 per cent record with a brilliant team display in Ballon on a wet and windy afternoon. Burrin started off the game on the front foot and it stayed this way for majority of the game. Great play in midfield from Liam Gavin saw him get away from trouble and play in Burrin forwards Jack Kenny and Conor Deacon who combined, with Deacon putting a great ball through for Kenny to finish to put Burrin 1-0 up. Nurney slowly got into the game after this goal, but Frankie Fitzgerald struck from 18 yards out after a clearance from a corner to find the bottom left corner to put Burrin 2-0 up and it stayed like this till half time.

Burrin came out firing in the second half when Dylan O’Reilly capitalized on a defensive mistake to tap the ball in to make it 3-0. Burrin’s fourth goal was a brilliant team goal and a great example of unselfishness when Jack Kenny was through on goal when he beat the Nurney defense and squared the ball to Dylan O’ Reilly who struck the ball into the right hand corner first time to make it 4-0. Burrins midfield of Frankie Fitzgerald, Liam Gavin Sam Collier and Dylan O’Reilly controlled the game excellently and Liam Gavin found himself through on goal gown the left wing to beat the keeper and put the ball in the bottom right to put Burrin 5-0 up. Burrin kept the pressure on and with about 15 minutes left Will Baird got on the scoresheet by pressing down the defenders and the keeper to put Burrin 6-0 up. Jack Kenny added to his goal tally again with 10 minutes left when he was out through on goal by Frankie Fitzgerald, and he finished excellently to end the scoring and leave Burrin 7-0 up. A great team performance from Burrin and everyone played their part in keeping them top of the table. Best for Nurney were Paidraig Kearney and Evan Kearney.

14/11/2021 21:15
Nurney Villa v St. Joseph's FC
24/10/2021 20:59
Slaney Rovers B v Nurney Villa
Div Two 17/10 14:00
Slaney Rovers B 2 - 1 Nurney Villa

Slaney Rovers B 2 - 1 Nurney Villa

After five minutes, Slaney got off to a flying start and took an early lead when Adrian Doyle finished off a fine cross from Killian Walsh on the right-wing. As the first half progressed, a long kick-out from Slaney goalkeeper Dylan Connors found Walsh in space, but he was denied by a great save from the Nurney keeper whose' resulting long kick-out set Villa on their way to equalise on the 23-minute mark when Dean Farrell scored. Halftime Slaney Rovers B 1 - 1 Nurney Villa.

After the break, Nurney began to dominate possession and were denied by the woodwork twice, along with at least two good saves by Slaney goalkeeper Connors and Peter Keogh's goal-line clearance. Nurney Villa were left to rue these missed chances when Killian Walsh got on the end of a cross from Rory McColl and blasted home the winner on the 81-minute mark, giving the 3 points to Slaney. Best for Slaney Keith Slye and Tom Redmond. Best for Nurney Andy O'Brien, John Townsend, and Martin Mullins

23/10/2021 21:55
Nurney Villa v Round Tower Rovers
Div Two 10/10 14:00
Nurney Villa 0 - 3 Round Tower Rovers

Nurney Villa 0 - 3 Round Tower Rovers

This game saw Round Tower Rovers come away with a good away win in Nurney, to pick up all 3 points at the first time of asking. Nurney started well and put the Rovers defence under pressure early, but Round Tower held out well before taking the lead after 25 minutes; With the Nurney goalkeeper dropping the ball from a brilliant delivery from a corner kick, leaving the ball to be put over the line by Rovers. Nurney fought hard for an equaliser, but Rovers remained too strong, with William Oxley pushing away a free kick from the edge of the box, denying a certain goal for Nurney. Rovers then increased their lead just before half-time with a second goal created by a precision perfect weighted ball from Ben O'Reilly, making it 2-0 to Round Tower at the break.

In the second half, Nurney worked hard and played some excellent football to put Round Tower under pressure at times, with some great play throughout the game from Nurney's Martin Mullins, Rian Farrell and Joe Byrne. But Nurney could not break down the Rovers defence of Colm Byrne, Ben Dunne, Enda Butler and James Fitzgerald, who defended excellently and looked determined to keep a clean sheet. And the game was over in the 88th minute when Rovers added their third goal when Enda Butler headed home from a Round Tower set-piece, capping off a great away performance and putting in a man of the match display.

Final Score - Nurney Villa 0 - 3 Round Tower Rovers

23/10/2021 21:53
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
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
Nurney Villa Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Latest Results
23/01Div TwoNurney Villa30Slaney Rovers B
22/01U17 League Nurney Villa12Ballymurphy Celtic
16/01Div TwoVale Wanderers B23Nurney Villa
09/01Div TwoRound Tower Rovers42Nurney Villa
08/01U17 League Nurney Villa52St Anne's Ballylinan
12/12Div TwoNurney Villa02Burrin Celtic
11/12U17 League Hanover Harps100Nurney Villa
05/12Div TwoBaltinglass Town42Nurney Villa
04/12U17 League Nurney Villa18Burrin Celtic
28/11Div TwoNurney Villa30Hanover Harps B
27/11U17 League Nurney Villa46St. Joseph's FC
21/11Div TwoFortbarrington FC33Nurney Villa
20/11U17 League Parkville United211Nurney Villa
14/11Div TwoNurney Villa12Vale Wanderers B
13/11U17 League Nurney Villa27Hanover Harps
07/11Div TwoNew Oak Boys B53Nurney Villa
06/11U17 League Burrin Celtic70Nurney Villa
30/10U17 League St Anne's Ballylinan73Nurney Villa
24/10Div TwoNurney Villa26St. Joseph's FC
17/10Div TwoSlaney Rovers B21Nurney Villa
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