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Vale Wanderers A v Kilree Celtic
carlow cup r3 17/04 11:00
Vale Wanderers A 1 - 2 Kilree Celtic

Vale came flying out of the blocks and had their first chance through Sean Smithers after a good Jack Treacy through ball. Half chances were exchanged between the two sides before Kilree took the lead through Alan McDonald. Mark McDonald won a header from a free kick and Alan McDonald got a flick on which ended up in the bottom corner. Kilree doubled their lead shortly after, when a long ball into the box was parried out and was flicked into the net by Mark McDonald. Vale showed little composure and had a half chance or two themselves but the score line remained 0-0 at HT.

Vale started second half with intent and determination to try claw themselves back into the game. Sean Smithers, James Dowling, and Rob Bulmer looked a lot more dangerous. Vale missed a string of chances inside the box before getting one back from Charlie Nolan who tapped in at the back post after a great header from Billy Lennon O Brien. Kilree we’re out on their feet but stood strong and defended well and in numbers to maintain the barrage of attacks from the home side. Jack Treacy had a free kick on the edge of the box bounce back off the wall. James Dowling had a chance at the back post but Kilree somehow got a block on it. The away side seen out the tie and puts them in the hat for the semi finals. For Vale, it’s a case of learning & re grouping for their cup final next Friday. Best for Vale on the day were Billy Lennon O’Brien, Jason Daly, and Cormac O’Hara. Played well for Kilree were Paul Kehoe, Gary Dillon and Alan mac Donald

17/04/2022 21:01
St. Patricks Boys v Kilree Celtic
prem cup 10/04 11:00
St. Patricks Boys 1 - 3 Kilree Celtic
It took extra time to separate the sides as Kilree booked a place in the the quarter finals of the Premier Cup. In a tight a cagey first half there was little goalmouth action as both teams struggled to find their rhythm. It was wasn't until 3 minutes before the break that a clear chance and a goal arrived and it fell to St Pats. Liam Byrne crossing for Ethan O'Neill to put the Boys ahead at the break. Kilree responded in the second half and after dominating possession the equaliser finally arrived 15 minutes from time, Chris Blake setting Mark MacDonald through on goal, his shot was saved but the ever alert Alan Salter was on hand to tap home the rebound for 1-1. Salter had another good chance late on but couldn't convert and it was on to extra time. Kilree were still in control and got their noses in front just before half time in extra time, Mark MacDonald finding the net from the edge of the box to put the visitors ahead. The game was put to bed with 5 minutes left, Chris Blake was hauled down for a penalty and Salter duly converted to ease any nerves and send Kilree through to reward the efforts of Stephen Salter, Chris Blake, Paul Kehoe and Darragh O'Meara. Best for St Pats were Anto Lawlor, Chris Gaul and Danny Moran.
17/04/2022 20:39
Kilree Celtic v Ballymurphy Celtic
Prem League 27/03 11:00
Kilree Celtic 0 - 2 Ballymurphy Celtic
Goals from Jack Foley and MJ Doran all but guaranteed Ballymurphy's premier Division status for next season and confirmed Dolmen Celtic's relegation in the process. In perfect playing conditions it was Kilree that created the early chances, David MacDonald going close on 7 minutes. Alan MacDonald chanced his luck from the edge of the area and just cleared the crossbar as Kilree kept pressing. Ballymurphy started to get a grip on the game after that and clear sight on goals were scarce for the remainder of the half, Alan Salter for Kilree and Anthony Jordan for Bally trading missed chances before half time. The second half saw Ballymurphy take the game to their hosts and a little piece of trickery from Jack Foley had the visitors in front on the hour, Foley twisting and turning in the box before finally finding a yard of space and then finding the net. Kilree never really got going after this and 10 minutes later the lead was doubled. Jamie Doyle swung in a corner and with MJ Doran given the freedom of the six yard box he was left with a simple header from close range to put Ballymurphy in the box seat. The best Kilree could manage in the remaining time was a Mark MacDonald header which was cleared off the line with 5 minutes left on the clock as Ballymurphy held on for a crucial 3 points, reward for the efforts of Jack Foley, MJ Doran and Kevin Foley. Best for Kilree included Darragh O'Meara, Victor Watkins and Peter Abbey.
27/03/2022 18:24
Kilree Celtic v Killeshin FC
Prem League 20/03 11:00
Kilree Celtic 4 - 2 Killeshin FC
Kilree came out on top in this mid table clash, all the goals coming in the second half, Kilree getting 3 in the final 15 minutes to win it. Although goalless the first half had its moments. Kilree's Peter Abbey and Killeshin's Kieran Hennessy both failed to hit the target when we'll placed in the opening 15 minutes. Adam Steed then had a great chance to open the scoring for the visitors but after rounding the keeper, Nathan Byrne, he ran out of road as the ball ran over the end line as the sides went into the break at 0-0. 10 minutes into the second half Killeshin broke the deadlock, John Fleming converting at the back post from Dylan Roche's cross. 5 minutes later the sides were level, Victor Watkins was fouled in the penalty area and Alan Salter converted from 12 yards to make it 1-1. Back came Killeshin and they looked good for the points when Michael O'Rourke released Hennessy on goal to restore the lead with 20 minutes left on the clock. But thereafter it was all Kilree, Gary Dillon equalised on 75 minutes when he reacted quickest to the loose ball after Victor Watkins saw his effort saved. Celtic took the lead 7 minutes from time when a long throw from Chris Blake was headed home by David MacDonald and with Killeshin out of ideas it was Kilree and Alan Salter that finished off the scoring, a sublime 30-yard chip finding the net as Kilree claimed the points. Best for the winners were Victor Watkins, Alan Salter, and Mark MacDonald. Killeshin had good showings from Liam Seery, Dylan Roche, and Neil O'Callaghan.
27/03/2022 18:08
Kilree Celtic v Parkville United
Prem League 06/03 11:00
Kilree Celtic 2 - 3 Parkville United
TJ Kavanagh's free kick 15 minutes from time saw Parkville come back from 2-0 down to beat Kilree who had 2 men sent off when the game was tied at 2-2. It all started so different for the hosts, Alan MacDonald getting on the end of a Mark MacDonald pass to slot the hosts ahead on 15 minutes. Parkville were frustrated in front of goal, Craig Staunton cracked his effort off the crossbar and when Michael Dobosz was fouled as he followed up the rebound the referee pointed to the spot but Nathan Byrne saved the penalty and Parkville's frustration continued into the break. Early second half chances for Parkville were wasted before Kilree pounced to double the lead, Victor Watkins cross finding Alan Salter unmarked at the back post to make it 2-0 on 55 minutes. The next 20 minutes saw United turn the game on it's head. The introduction of Cian Doran changed the momentum of the game towards the visitors when he smashed a 20 yard effort into the top corner with his first touch just after the hour. 10 minutes later it was 2-2, TJ Kavanagh evading a couple of tackles before firing home the equaliser. Kilree then lost their discipline and 2 men to red cards and paid the price. Parkville piled on the pressure which eventually yielded a free kick just outside the penalty area which Kavanagh expertly despatched to the net for the winner and reward the efforts of Craig Staunton, Ronan Healy and Cian Doran. Kilree's best included Darragh O'Meara, Victor Watkins and David MacDonald.
13/03/2022 15:01
New Oak Boys v Kilree Celtic
27/02/2022 20:22
Dolmen Celtic v Kilree Celtic
Prem League 13/02 11:00
Dolmen Celtic 3 - 3 Kilree Celtic

Dolmen Celtic 3

Kilree Celtic 3

Chris Blake's goal 5 minutes from time earned Kilree a share of the points as Dolmen twice let slip a two-goal advantage. Dolmen started the better of the sides and after creating early chances for Joe Doran and Simon Doyle they eventually took the lead on the half hour, Simon Doyle teed up Jamie Doorley on the edge of the 18-yard box and Doorley fired his effort into the top corner. That lead was doubled 5 minutes later, Ben Doorley releasing Doran on goal, and he picked his spot in the bottom corner for 2-0. Kilree got themselves back into the game 5 minutes before the break. Alan Mcdonald was fouled in the area and Alan Salter converted the spot kick to leave it 2-1 at the break. Kilree piled on the pressure at the start of the second half, a Gary Dillon header bringing a great save out of Jamie Hennessy in the Dolmen goal. But with nothing to show for their efforts Dolmen hit them on the break to restore the 2-goal advantage, Ben Doorley again the provider, this time for Danny Thompson to score with a half volley to put the 3-1 up with 25 minutes to play. Kilree were never going to lie down though and they were right back in the game with 10 minutes left when Brian O'Rourke headed home Alan Salter's corner. Salter was again involved 5 minutes later when he crossed for Blake to score and leave Dolmen to rue 2 dropped points as they battle to get off the foot of the table. Best for Dolmen included Ben Doorley, Danny Thompson and Jamie Hennessy. Kilree's best were Brian O'Rourke, Stephen Salter and Gary Dillon.

26/02/2022 20:41
Hanover Harps v Kilree Celtic
Prem League 06/02 11:00
Hanover Harps 0 - 1 Kilree Celtic

Hanover Harps 0

Kilree Celtic 1

A second half goal from Peter Abbey was enough to settle this game as Kilree reversed the result between the teams from last week when Harps won 2-1. As with the week before, it was a good open game with chances coming at both ends. Aan MacDonald shot narrowly wide for Celtic early on and As Abbey shot over midway through the half. At the other end Eoghan Byrne and Mark Davis were proving a real handful for the visitors defence, with Byrne hitting the post from a tight angle but it stayed goalless into the break. The second half was more of the same as chances came and went at both ends. KMark MacDonald brought a good save from Harps net minder Stevie Scanlon just before the hour. Hanover went close shortly afterwards when Harry Lloyd flicked a corner onto the crossbar and the Kilree defence blocked out the follow up from Johnny Waters. The deadlock was finally broken 12 minutes from time, a hashed clearance fell to Peter Abbey and he made no mistake as he slotted home what proved to be the winner. Harps did have the ball in the net late on but Stephen Chalton's effort was chalked off for an earlier infringement. Best for the winners on the day were Peter Abbey, Mark MacDonald and Victor Watkins. Hanover's best included Harry Lloyd, Aaron Kinsella and Mark Davis.

26/02/2022 20:32
Kilree Celtic v Hanover Harps
Prem League 30/01 11:00
Kilree Celtic 1 - 2 Hanover Harps
Martin Bamberick's goal 15 minutes from time decided the outcome of this tie but only the width of the post cost Celtic a point late on. In a very open first half chances came at both ends; Celtic's Peter Abbey fired narrowly wide after been set up by Chris Blake. The game turned Harps way on the half hour when firstly Hanover keeper Steven Scanlon produced a fine save from an Alan MacDonald header before Harps went down field and won a corner. Dylan Walsh delivered the dead ball and Johnny Waters powered home a header from 6 yards to put the visitors 1-0 up. Kilree pushed for an equaliser as half time approached but Jason Murphy and Harry Lloyd defended brilliantly to keep them at bay. The second half saw Kilree push on and they got a deserved score on 65 minutes. Hanover only half cleared a corner and the loose ball fell to Chris Blake out on the right, Blake in turn finding Alan Salter to score from close range to make it 1-1. Ten minutes later Hanover were back in front, Dylan Walsh again the provider as his pass opened the Kilree back line for Martin Bamberick to run through on goal, Bamberick keeping his cool as he nearly lobbed the advancing keeper. The goalmouth action wasn't done there, with a couple of minutes left on the clock Kikree's Paul Kehoe struck a sweet first-time effort from the edge of the box, Scanlon was beaten in the Harps goal but Kehoe and Kilree agonised as the ball struck the post and rebounded to safety for Harps to claim the win. Best for the winners were Steven Scanlon, Harry Lloyd, Eoghan Byrne and Mikee Horohan. Kikree's best included Darragh O'Meara, Peter Abbey and Paul Kehoe.
30/01/2022 20:11
St. Patricks Boys v Kilree Celtic
30/01/2022 20:09
Kilree Celtic v New Oak Boys
Prem League 16/01 11:00
Kilree Celtic 0 - 3 New Oak Boys
Graham Delaney came off the bench in the second half to score twice and seal another win for New Oak as they remain 3 points clear of second placed Parkville. The visitors started well and opened the scoring on 10 minutes. Dean Kelly's superb pass split the Kilree back line for Lee Walker to slot home into the far corner. Kilree almost equalised on the half hour, New Oak failed to clear a cross, and the ball fell to an unmarked Alan Salter, but his effort was scrambled off the line by David O'Shea. The visitors had a chance to extend their lead just before the break, but Cathal Gaffney's header cleared the crossbar and New Oak had to be content with a one goal half time advantage. The second half saw New Oak dominate possession as they went in search of a second goal, Lee Walker found himself one on one with the keeper but couldn't find the net on hour mark. With 20 minutes left the visitors introduced Delaney and his impact was almost instant as he picked up a loose inside the Kilree area before smashing a shot on the turn past the keeper at his near post. With 10 minutes left Delaney repeated the trick, Jordan Harmon made yards down the right wing and picked out Delaney with his back to goal, Delaney's first touch taking the defender out of the game as he sot on the turn to fire home New Oak's third to kill the game off and reward the efforts of Lee Murphy, David O'Shea, Dean Kelly and Jordan Harmon. Best for Kilree were Brian O'Rourke, Chris Blake and David MacDonald.
30/01/2022 19:50
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
Kilree Celtic v Dolmen Celtic
Prem League 28/11 11:00
Kilree Celtic 3 - 2 Dolmen Celtic

Kilree Celtic 3

Dolmen Celtic 2

Dolmen opened and closed the scoring with goals in the first and last 5 minutes but it wasn't enough to get anything from the game as Kilree made it 3 wins on the bounce. The visitors opened the scoring inside 5 minutes when Alex Westbrook in Kealan Lacey who finished neatly for 1-0. Kilree upped their after that setback but half an hour would pass before they eventually got their equaliser, Paul Kehoe reacting quickest to a loose ball in the Dolmen area to make it 1-1. Alan MacDonald and Alan Salter both forced saves from Jamie Hennessy in the Dolmen goal as half time approached but it was all square at the break. Within 2 minutes of the restart, Kehoe crashed a header off the Dolmen crossbar as the hosts went in search of the lead but neither Kilree or Kehoe had to wait long. On 52 minutes Kehoe met Darragh O'Meara's cross with a powerful header that left Hennessy with no chance as Kilree led 2-1. Kilree were on the front foot and goal number 3 arrived with 20 minutes to play, Alan MacDonald heading home from Gary Dillon's free kick. There was no dropping of heads from the visitors this week though and they were back in the game with 5 minutes left when Colin Nolan was left unattended at the back post to head home a free kick. With time running out Dolmen thought they'd snatched a point, another header from Nolan found the net but was chalked off for offside as Kilree held on for the win to reward the efforts of Paul Kehoe, Darragh O'Meara and Gary Dillon. Best for Dolmen on the day included Colin Nolan, Kealan Lacey and Ben Doorley.

05/12/2021 21:07
Kilree Celtic v Slaney Rovers
Prem League 21/11 11:00
Kilree Celtic 4 - 2 Slaney Rovers

Kilree Celtic 4

Slaney Rovers 2

Kilree picked up their second win of the season as Slaney slipped to a fourth loss in five games, all the goals coming in a pulsating first 45 minutes. Kilree set the tempo when they opened the scoring on 5 minutes through Alan MacDonald. Slaney's response was almost immediate, Rob O'Neill crossing for Gareth Doyle to score with a sweet strike for 1-1. Almost from the tip off Kilree went back on the attack, winning a corner which was sent in by Alan Salter and headed home by MacDonald for his and Celtic's second with barely 11 minutes on the clock. The pace slowed a little but not much, Dominic Byrne passed up a chance to make it 2-2 just on the half hour and Rovers paid for that shortly afterwards when Paul Kehoe sliced through their backline and finished brilliantly to make it 3-1. Slaney again replied, Eoin Curran teeing up Adam Keogh who found the net via a deflection to halve the deficit on 38 minutes. But in the half that kept on giving Kilree struck for a fourth, Mark MacDonald's free kick finding the top corner to leave it 4-2 at the break. Not surprisingly the second half was a little less hectic, Mark MacDonald had another free kick saved as did Slaney's Gareth Doyle as Kilree held on for the points that sees them up into mid table, reward for the efforts of Stephen Crowe, Paul Kehoe and Mark MacDonald. Best on the day for Rovers were Adam Keogh, Mick Foley, and Conor O'Brien.

28/11/2021 15:19
Kilree Celtic v Howth Celtic
LFA cup 14/11 14:00
Kilree Celtic 2 - 5 Howth Celtic

Kilree Celtic 2

Howth Celtic 5

A strong second half showing from the visitors saw Kilree exit the Provincial Cup in Bagenalstown on Sunday. Howth started well and hit the front with a well taken goal on 15 minutes. A couple of smart saves from John Gladney kept the minimum between the teams before Kilree found themselves level midway through the half, Paul Kehoe was fouled in the 18 yard box and Alan Salter duly converted the penalty for 1-1. As the game swung from end to end it Howth that netted again to take a 2-1 lead into half time. The visitors began the second period in impressive fashion and stretched their lead to 4-1 with 2 goals in 8 minutes just after the hour. Kilree scored the goal of the game 15 minutes from time when Mick Murphy netted from 30 yards but thoughts of a comeback were dashed shortly afterwards as Howth added a fifth as they booked a place in the next round. Best for Kilree on the day were Mick Murphy, Stephen Salter and Dylan doyle.

28/11/2021 14:55
Ballymurphy Celtic v Kilree Celtic
Prem League 07/11 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 0 - 3 Kilree Celtic

Ballymurphy Celtic 0

Kilree Celtic 3

Kilree picked up their first points of the season with this win away to near neighbours Ballymurphy. Kilree made the early running, creating chances for both Alan MacDonald and Alan Salter, both efforts well saved. Thomas Doyle then had a chance for the hosts on the 20 minute mark but dragged his effort wide of an inviting target. They paid a price for that miss 10 minutes later when Paul Kehoe headed home Mark MacDonald's cross to give Kilree the lead. Shortly afterwards the lead was doubled, Mick Murphy's free kick struck Ballymurphy's Ben Coleman for an unfortunate own goal as Kilree went into the break 2-0 ahead. The hosts rallied in the third quarter, with chances falling to Declan Brennan and Jason Cogley, with only the width of the post keeping Cogley's effort out. As with the first half, Kilree responded with pressure of their own which yielded a penalty 20 minutes from time, Darragh O'Meara fouled in the box and Gary Dillon converted from the spot to finish off the scoring and get Kilree their first points of the season to cap off a fine team performance. Martin Kavanagh, Derek Byrne and Thomas Doyle were best on a disappointing day for Ballymurphy.

14/11/2021 21:20
Kilree Celtic v Crettyard United
07/11/2021 16:50
Killeshin FC v Kilree Celtic
Prem League 31/10 11:00
Killeshin FC 5 - 2 Kilree Celtic

Killeshin FC 5

Kilree Celtic 2

Killeshin claimed the points in a match that was a lot closer than the score line suggests. The hosts began well, and it took a superb save from Celtic net minder Nathan Byrne to deny Kieran Hennessy the opening goal on 10 minutes. The reprieve didn't last long though and 5 minutes later Killeshin were in front, Hennessy set Eoin Lowry away down the left and when Lowry squared it into the box Hennessy was on hand to finish it to the net. It was 1-1 on the half hour though, Celtic won a corner and Dylan Doyle's dead ball was headed home by Paul Kehoe to level matters. Back came Killeshin and Hennessy and Lowry combined again for Hennessy to score at the back post for his second to see the hosts 2-1 ahead at the break. 10 minutes after the restart it was 3-1, Killeshin turned defence into attack and a fine individual effort from Aaron Donnelly put them in the box seat. Again, Kilree responded, Alan McDonald teeing up Dylan Doyle to score with 18 minutes left on the clock. Kilree pushed men forward in search of an equaliser, but this left gaps at the back which were exposed by Killeshin. Jack Byrne pounced for a debut goal to make it 4-2 with 5 minutes left after good work by Dragos Mamaliga and Niall Scully netted goal number 5 moments later as Kilree were caught napping at a corner to give a flattering look to the score line. Best for Killeshin included Jake Haughey, Jack Byrne, Evan Lowry and Aaron Donnelly while Nathan Byrne, Dylan Doyle and Paul Kehoe impressed for Celtic

31/10/2021 20:07
Deen Celtic v Kilree Celtic
Womens Shield 31/10 14:00
Deen Celtic 4 - 0 Kilree Celtic

Deen celtic 4

Kilree Celtic 0

The ladies of Kilree Celtic and Deen Celtic got their season off to a great start this Sunday afternoon. The Deen Celtic ladies came out on top by beating Kilree Celtic 4- 0 in The Prince Grounds. Although the scoreline did not reflect the ability of the Bagnelstown women, who were quite physical with some very skilfull players, the Deen Celtic Ladies drove the game from the very start. There was robust work by defenders on both sides with some superb clearances and play out from the back lines in front of two very solid keeper. The mi field players held the ball very well with some great through balls to the forward line. The first half finished with the home side one up, courtesy of Clodagh Hanlon who continued with her accurate shooting throughout the 2nd half. Hazel Moore added to the score line fairly quickly into the 2nd half to put Deen Celtic 2 up. This seemed to give the Deen Celtic Ladies the confidence to drive and press forward with several shots on goal and many of which could have notched up more scores only for the excellent goalkeeping of the Kilree Celtic goal keeper. Following some great display of football Clodagh Hanlon managed to slot away 2 more goals for Deen Celtic to claim her hat-trick, one with a wonderful header to the top corner. The Deen Celtic Ladies are now out of the blocks and are very much looking forward to the rest of the season and would welcome any new members interested in joining them. Best for Kilree were Lauren Kelly, Rebecca Doran, Megan O’ Dwyer and Sara Clarke.

31/10/2021 20:05
Kilree Celtic v St. Patricks Boys
Prem League 17/10 11:00
Kilree Celtic 1 - 3 St. Patricks Boys

Kilree Celtic 1

St Patrick's Boys 3

A pair of Chris Gaul penalties helped Pats get their Premier Division campaign off to a winning start in Bagenalstown. The visitors began strong and deservedly went ahead after 15 minutes, Liam Byrne's free kick was flicked on by Steve McDonald for David Brennan to head home. Celtic were level 10 minutes later, Mark McDonald setting up Dylan Doyle to make it 1-1. Moments later Pats were in front again, Nathan Doyle was hauled down in the box and Gaul stepped up to convert his first penalty of the day to send the visitors into half time a goal to the good. The visitors had to defend a bit deeper in the second half as Kilree pushed forward but despite plenty of possession Kilree lacked a cutting edge in front of goal and a quick break down field on 70 minutes yielded another penalty for Pats. Doyle again the player fouled and Gaul converting from the spot for a second time to seal the win for the visitors. Best for St Pats were Nathan Doyle, Anto Lawler and Chris Gaul. Celtic were well served on the day by Mick Murphy, Dylan Doyle and Alan Salter.

23/10/2021 21:46
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