Bagenalstown AFC Home
Tom Hickey


01/10/2018 22:21
Bagenalstown AFC v Village FC
03/07/21 5 pm
o35 div 2 03/07 17:00
Bagenalstown AFC 4 - 1 Village FC

Match Photographs

Bagenalstown 4 1 Village FC

Bagenalstown started strong with a goal in the first two minutes with a great strike from Johnny Dowling. The Town got a penalty in the 15th minute but a great safe from the Village keeper kept the score at 1-0. Bagenalstown had lots of the ball but couldn't break down the the Village defence again until the 20th minute with Richie Kearney slotting the ball into the bottom left corner. Both teams shared possession for the next 10 minutes until Bagenalstown took control before half time and Trevor Nolan headed home for the town to go in 3-0 up. Bagenalstown started the second half strong but good work for the Village keeper kept them out. The village started to get a hold of the game and came back with a goal in the 50th minute when Paul Dunne slotted home from close-range after some great work from Brendan O'Driscoll to chase down a back-pass. Bagenalstown were again awarded a penalty but again the Village keeper made a brilliant save to keep the score at 3-1. In the 68th minute Bagenalstown got their 4th goal and the second for Trevor Nolan after taking control of the game for the last 10 minutes. Best for Village FC were Eoin Ray who saved two penalties, Brendan O'Driscoll and Mareks Bridags.

03/07/2021 19:39
Fortbarrington FC v Bagenalstown AFC
o35 div 2 26/06 17:00
Fortbarrington FC 3 - 0 Bagenalstown AFC

Fortbarrington 1 1 Bagenalstown

Newly formed club from Athy Fortbarrington made their league debut on Saturday evening against Bagenalstown who were playing their first game ever in the seniors league. The debut clubs finished the evening with a point each from an entertaining game. Both teams shared the early encounters while trying to settle into the pace of the game. It was Fortbarrington who went one up from an OG off a corner that went to the near post and came off a Bagenalstown head. Bagenalstown didn't let it affect them and started to put on the pressure and as a result they won a penalty for a deliberate handball on the goal line and Fortbarrington had the player shown a red card. Trevor Nolan stepped up and put the ball down the centre of the goal to make it one all at half time. With Fortbarrington down to ten men Bagenalstown pressed forward creating several changes but good defending and goalkeeping kept the game level. The home team tried to catch Bagenalstown on the break but some strong defending from Bagenalstown kept the game even. The points were shared, Fortbarrington were probably happy to get a point after being down to 10 men for a lot of the game and Bagenalstown a little disappointed not to take all three. Best for Bagenalstown were Trevor Nolan, Declan Salter, Murt O’ Mara and James Doyle.

29/06/2021 10:45
LFA Junior Cup 2021/22
Bagenalstown AFC 0 - 4 Maynooth Town Masters 19/9
Bagenalstown AFC are defeated by Maynooth Town Masters.
Bagenalstown AFC were beaten at home by Maynooth Town Masters at McGrath Park Bagenalstown at 11 am

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

24/09/2021 06:28
Bagenalstown AFC v Dolmen Celtic
KCLR Shield 12/09 11:00
Bagenalstown AFC 4 - 5 Dolmen Celtic
Hanover and Mill Celtic had already qualified from Group B but that didn't stop these two teams from serving up a 9-goal thriller. Premier Division side Celtic got off to a flyer, hitting the front after 5 minutes. Bagenalstown battled back and earned a penalty when Craig Fogarty was fouled in the area midway through the half, Trevor Nolan converting for 1-1. With just a couple of minutes to the break Bagenalstown went ahead, Nathan Holden setting up Cormac Lomax who picked his spot to put the hosts 2-1 up at half time. 2 goals within 10 minutes of the restart had Dolmen back in front but with the chances coming at both ends more goals would follow. Another spot kick on the hour for Bagenalstown had them level again, Paddy O'Brien fouled in the area and Trevor Nolan converting again for 3-3. Dolmen regained the lead shortly afterwards but again Bagenalstown hit back, Matty Curran finding the net to tie the game 4-4 with 10 minutes left. As the game swung from end to end it was Celtic that plundered a late winner to claim the points. Best for Bagenalstown were Paddy O'Brien, Trevor Nolan and Cormac Lomax.
12/09/2021 21:18
Hanover Harps v Bagenalstown AFC
KCLR Shield 05/09 11:00
Hanover Harps 4 - 1 Bagenalstown AFC
A brace from Jack Murphy helped Harps to a comfortable win on Sunday morning. Hanover got off to the perfect start when they hit the front inside 3 minutes, Jack Foley made the hard yards down the right before crossing for Stephen Chalton to lay off to Murphy on the edge of the box, his first time effort flying inside the far post for 1-0. The hosts dominated possession thereafter but chances came and went for Colin Campion, Foley and Aaron Kinsella but Harps failed to add to their lead before the break. The second half saw Harps come flying out of the traps and 2 goals within 5 minutes of the restart had them 3 goals to the good. Murphy got his and Hanover's second, rifling a right footed effort high into the net before Colin Campion was fouled in the penalty and he cooly slotted the spot kick to make it 3-0 on 50 minutes. A mix up in the Harps back line allowed Craig Fogarty to nip in for Bagenalstown and reduce the arrears on 65 minutes but moments later Harps restored their 3-goal advantage. Evan Gorry picking out Dylan Walsh at the back post to slot number 4 and seal the win for the hosts. Best for Hanover were Jack Murphy, Kevin Power and Stephen Chalton. Impressing for the visitors were Paddy O'Brien, Matty Curran, Sean McDermott and Nathan Holden
12/09/2021 21:14
Bagenalstown AFC v Mill Celtic
KCLR Shield 29/08 11:00
Bagenalstown AFC 0 - 1 Mill Celtic
Dylan Wynne's first half strike was enough to earn Celtic the points and move them top of Group B, a win in their last game would see them through to the quarter finals. Bagenalstown started well enough but couldn't turn possession into goals, the couple of half chances they did create were easily dealt with by Harry Kirwan in the Celtic goal. As Mill grew into the game they started posing questions of the 'Town backline, Euan Cullan flashed an effort just wide when well-placed but that let off was short lived for the hosts as Wynne ran through on goal before neatly slotting home 10 minutes before the break. Bagenalstown responded well in the second half as they pushed hard for an equaliser but the closest, they came was when Cormac Lomax saw his effort from the edge of the box narrowly go over the bar. Celtic had chances to double the advantage, but Brian Mackey and Kyle Corcoran's efforts were well saved. The chances of a Bagenalstown leveller reduced further 10 minutes from time when they lost a man to a red card and Celtic comfortably held on for the win thanks largely to the efforts of Kirwan, Dylan Berry and Paddy Moore. Bagenalstown’s best were Robbie Kane, Cormac Lomax and Darren Crooks.
12/09/2021 21:11
St. Joseph's FC v Bagenalstown AFC
KCLR Shield 22/08 11:00
St. Joseph's FC 4 - 1 Bagenalstown AFC
Tom Mitchell hit a hat trick as St Josephs bounced back from last weekend’s defeat to Dolmen to get their Shield campaign up and running against Bagenalstown. Mitchell opened the scoring on 10 minutes when his neat shot on the turn found the net. Bagenalstown travelled light on numbers and when they lost Ryan Lundy to injury, they had to play the rest of the game with 10 men. Dean Davis almost doubled the advantage, but his well struck effort came back off the crossbar. 'Town made light of the numerical disadvantage as they levelled matters on the half hour, Paddy O'Brien was fouled in the penalty area and Trevor Nolan duly despatched the spot kick for 1-1. Joeys got their noses back in front just before the break, Luke Hutton providing the assist as Mitchell's low strike zipped into the corner. Bagenalstown began the second half well but despite plenty of possession they couldn't find an equaliser and with 15 minutes left the hosts struck again. Robert Timmons went on a run down the wing before crossing perfectly for Mitchell to complete his hat trick. With tiredness creeping into the Bagenalstown side it was St Josephs that finished the stronger with Jack Lawlor setting up Padraig Webb to curl a beauty into the top corner from the edge of the box to make it 4-1 as Joeys ran out comfortable winners in the end thanks to a solid team performance. Best for Bagenalstown included Paddy O'Brien, Robbie Kane, and Sean McDermott
12/09/2021 21:07
Carlow Rovers v Bagenalstown AFC
o35 div 2 17/07 17:00
Carlow Rovers 0 - 1 Bagenalstown AFC

Bagenalstown travelled to the Carlow Youth Center to play Carlow Rovers who could go top of the league if they won. Even with the temperature showing 29 degrees the open exchanges were run at a fast pace with both sides trying to take control of the game. Both defences held their lines very well and caught each other offside many times. As the game went on Bagenalstown started to get a foothold and were putting the Rovers defense under pressure.

In the 34th minute the Bagenalstown pressure paid off with a superb volley from Michael 'Micko' Salters left foot into the top right corner giving the keeper no chance. Bagenalstown led by a single goal at halftime. Rovers started the second half strong as was expected but the Bagenalstown defense held strong and soaked up the pressure and also had luck on their side with Eddie Dooley smashing the woodwork twice on anight where the ball just wouldn’t go into the net for the Carlow tea. Trevor Nolan came close on a few occasions for Bagenalstown but was unlucky not to get a second for the visitors. With 32 minutes gone Shane Hickey got the line for a second yellow card and Rovers tried to get something from the free kick but again the Bagenalstown defense were equal to it.

Bagenalstown held on for an away win but both teams were exhausted after playing in such extreme heat and both teams played their part in a very entertaining game.

Player's of note for Bagenalstown Keith Doyle (goalie) the back line Shane Hickey, Paul Mahon, Micko Salter and Thomas Kinsella, center midfield of Keiran Cummins and Eddie Dermody. Best players for Carlow rovers were Paul Doyle, Anthony Slevin and Ken McDonald.

17/07/2021 21:42
Bagenalstown AFC v Slaney Rovers
Slaney Win In Bagenalstown
o35 div 2 10/07 17:00
Bagenalstown AFC 0 - 2 Slaney Rovers

Bagenalstown 0 2 Slaney

Slaney started the stronger and after a couple of early misses, Dominic Byrne carved open the Bagenalstown defence to set up Declan Brennan for the opening score on 19 minutes. Bagenalstown raised their game after going 1 down and a couple of half chances by Trevor Nolan and Johny Dowling were dealt with by the Rovers keeper. Dominic Byrne thought he had doubled Slaney`s advantage only for his long-range effort rebound to safety off the post before half time. After the break, the home side came out flying and forced a number of corners which both Patrick Byrne and Gary Halpin came into their own with two great defensive headers to clear the danger. While the home side were inquiring why they were not awarded a penalty, a free kick from the quick-thinking Alan Ryan put Peter Kehoe in behind the only defender on duty and he made no mistake when he was one-on-one to make it two nil. Bagenalstown fought hard to get something and Brian Murphy’s volley in the 65th minute was cleared well by the Slaney defence when it looked certain to bring off a save from the keeper but the final whistle went and Rovers won 2-0. Best for Slaney Wayne O Donoghue, Eddie Byrne and Mark Ryan.

10/07/2021 21:27
Bagenalstown AFC v Killeshin FC
Bagenalstown hit for 6 by dominant Killeshin
Youths league 03/10 14:30
Bagenalstown AFC 0 - 6 Killeshin FC

Killeshin were off the mark after 9 minutes when John O'Shea latched onto a through ball from left winger Daniel McGrath, and O'Shea made no mistake to give the away side the lead.

The lead was nearly doubled on 20 minutes when Jake Haughney released Ivan Murphy on the wing. Murphy’s cross into the box was meet by Aaron Dorgan whose shot went just over the cross bar.

Two minutes later, however, it was that man Dorgan who lifted a precision ball over the Bagenalstown back four to O'Shea and the front man got his second of the day.

Killeshin were in control now and increased the lead further just one minute later when Aodhan Lowry converted an Ivan Murphy cross. Killeshin were well on top now and when Aaron Dorgan was taken down in the box, he then stepped up to convert the resulting spot kick with 38 minutes gone.

On the stroke of half time, it was 0-5 to the away side when a super effort from Dorgan, pressing and winning the ball in the Bagenalstown penalty area set up Daniel McGrath.

The second half saw a more resolute defensive effort from the home side and despite dominating possession Killeshin were restricted to long range efforts from Jack Byrne and Daniel McGrath.

With only four minutes remaining the away sides pressure paid off when some slick interplay between Byrne and Josh Bienko lead to John O'Shea completing his hat-trick.

Killeshin then ran out 0-6 winners.

Best for the away side Jake Haughney, Evan Tracey & Sean McGrath.

03/10/2020 17:20
Vale Wanderers B v Bagenalstown AFC
Div Two 08/03 14:00
Vale Wanderers B 2 - 1 Bagenalstown AFC
Vale Wanderers2
Bagenalstown FC

Bagenalstown continued as they ended the first half, on top and sending numerous balls into the box, Vale however withstood the pressure and occasionally threatened on the break when Conor Byrne went through on goal but hit his shot straight at the keeper. With Vale looking to hold out Bagenalstown striker did rise high late on but sent his header just wide.
Best for Vale were Keith Lillis, Dean Collins and today’s man of the match Ceilum Darcy. James Geoghegan, Paddy O’Brien and Trevor Nolan tried hard for the town.
08/03/2020 21:17
Baltinglass Town A v Bagenalstown AFC
Carlow Cup 19/20 23/02 11:00
Baltinglass Town A 0 - 1 Bagenalstown AFC

Baltinglass Town A 0

Bagenalstown AFC 1

Bagenalstown pulled off a shock in this Carlow Cup encounter in Baltinglass on Sunday.

The home side dominated the early exchanges and Chris Heaslip shot over the bar on ten minutes following a cross by Adam Martin. The same player was again unlucky when his shot hit the crossbar on 25 minutes. The visitors had chances of their own with Craig Fogarty and Dion Wall going close. The last chance of the half fell to Ross Nolan but he failed to connect properly with an Eoin Gleeson cross. Scoreless at the break.

Town came out of the blocks in the second half and found the net through the evergreen Trevor Nolan. The Wicklow side responded positively and found the Bagenalstown defence in mean mood and they kept a clean sheet thanks to a spectacular save by stand in keeper Ryan Lundy. Chris Heaslip was unfortunate when he struck the crossbar for a second time on 75 minutes.

Best for Bagenalstown were Jimmy Cullen, Paddy O’Brien and Craig Fogarty. Best for Baltinglass were Kevin Osbourne, Robbie Ryan and Paul Redmond.

01/03/2020 21:13
Bagenalstown AFC v St Joseph's FC
Div Two 02/02 11:00
Bagenalstown AFC 4 - 1 St Joseph's FC

Bagenalstown AFC 4

St. Joseph’s 1

Bagenalstown had a tough encounter with a youthful but well organised St Joseph’s team, coming out on top to keep their unbeaten streak going and keep their title hopes alive. Joeys took a well-deserved lead on 30 minutes. Great work from Craig Fogarty turned over the ball and found Trevor Nolan who scored.

Town upped the ante after the break and Dion Wall crossed a super ball to Nolan to add his second. A cross from Stevie Fowler again found Wall at the back post who nodded down for Matty Curran, making it 3-1. Wall again was the provider with a super ball over the top to find Craig Fogarty who finished neatly to make it 4-1.

07/02/2020 17:01
Ballymurphy Celtic v Bagenalstown AFC
26/01 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 4 - 5 Bagenalstown AFC

Ballymurphy Celtic 4

Bagenalstown AFC 5

This was cracking cup game on Sunday morning with numerous twists and turns.

Bagenalstown took lead on 12 minutes after a great strike from Trevor Nolan found the bottom corner, but Ballymurphy responded fast and a low Thomas Doyle shot from 12 yards proved too hot to handle to make it one all. Bally dominated the rest of the half and could have easily went three or four goals up but for missed chances. Bally took the lead on 23 minutes when a pinpoint Thomas Doyle cross found Deccy Brennan who cushioned his delicate header to the bottom corner. Then on 40 minutes confusion in the Town box led to an OG from pressure from Brennan again to leave the home team 3-1 up at half time.

Bagenalstown came roaring out in second half and were level by 60 minutes with two good goals, the first from Matty Curran finishing after great work from Craig Fogarty and then Fogarty teed up Trevor Nolan for his second and game level. Bally then got back in front when Doyle flicked on to Evan's Wallace who side footed home on 75 minutes. Bagenalstown then levelled on 80 minutes when a super free from David Miley found Paddy O’Brien at the back to level up things at four all with ten minutes left. There was still time for a winner and what a winner it was as Dion Wall broke free and chipped the oncoming Ballymurphy keeper. Bally laid siege to the Town goal and with the last kick a Thomas Doyle bicycle kick was brilliantly saved and it ended 4-5. A cracking game of football.

Best for Bally were Paul Foley, Thomas Doyle and Deccy Brennan. Bagenalstown now march to the next round with great performances from Brian Murphy, Craig Fogarty and Paddy O’Brien.

07/02/2020 16:47
Bagenalstown AFC v Round Tower Rovers
Div Two 19/01 12:00
Bagenalstown AFC 2 - 0 Round Tower Rovers

Bagenalstown AFC 2

Round Tower Rovers 0

Bagenalstown had a tough encounter with Round Towers on an icy morning.

The game was evenly contested throughout and the gap between the two teams in the table seemed to be irrelevant as both sides shared the possession. Town tried hard to break down the strong and physical Rovers defence and found a breakthrough after a long throw from Paddy O’Brien found Matty Curran at the back post to tap one home. Rovers had chances and forced a great top corner save from Dan Kearney from a Towers free kick.

After the break, again Rovers sat back and Town tried to break them down. Chances went abegging and Rovers started to believe they may have a chance of getting something from the game but great work from Craig Fogarty to close down the Rovers defence found Matty Curran who squared for Trevor Nolan to make it 2-0. Town took control of the last 20 minutes and closed out the game.

Best for Town were Paddy O’Brien, Brian Murphy and Murty Cummins.

25/01/2020 21:27
Bagenalstown AFC v Killeshin FC B
Div Two 12/01 11:00
Bagenalstown AFC 3 - 0 Killeshin FC B

Bagenalstown AFC 3

Killeshin FC 0

A comfortable win for Bagenalstown saw them go top of Division Two and stake their claim for promotion in what was a clash of top vs bottom. Town started well and a great pass from Paddy O’Brien found Craig Fogarty whose shot found the net. On ten minutes Killeshin nearly took the lead as a long-range effort from James Brennan forced the Town keeper into action. Town tried hard but found it hard to find a second as Killeshin cleared two off the line.

Killeshin came out hard in the second half and they nearly equalised only for James Brennan to see his effort rebound off the crossbar. Town’s defence stood strong and eventually scored a second through Matty Curran as his effort was turned into the net by a Killeshin defender. Town added the third after good work in the middle Trevor Nolan scored.

Best for Town were Brian Murphy Murty Cummins and Jimmy Cullen. Killeshin can count themselves unlucky with the score line as it didn’t reflect their efforts with Aaron Dempsey, James Brennan and Brian Lowry standing out.

25/01/2020 21:17
St Joseph's FC v Bagenalstown AFC
Div Two 05/01 11:00
St Joseph's FC 1 - 5 Bagenalstown AFC

St. Joseph’s FC 1

Bagenalstown AFC 5

Bagenalstown kept the pressure on St. Pat’s Boys at the top of Division Two with a comfortable win over a young Joey’s side. Caoimhin Treacy played some good football in midfield and coolly stepped up to score from the penalty spot for Joey’s only goal of the game.

A hardworking Joey’s side, with a good overall team performance ran out with a loss on the day but will move forward in a positive direction with the best part of the season ahead of them.

12/01/2020 21:50
Bagenalstown AFC v St Patricks Boys B
Div Two 15/12 11:00
Bagenalstown AFC 2 - 1 St Patricks Boys B

Bagenalstown AFC 2

St. Patrick’s Boys 1

Bagenalstown claimed the points in a clash of the top two, putting them in pole position for the Division Two title.

Town hit the ground running and found themselves one up after five minutes after great work from Matty Curran to find Trevor Nolan at the back post. Craig Fogarty was causing all sorts of trouble for the Pat’s defence. Another break away from Fogarty found Brian Murphy to make it 2-0 just before the break.

Pat’s came out in the second half ready to put up a fight and got themselves back into the game when Jimmy Cullen pulled down Tom Sheehan who scored the penalty and Cullen was given his marching orders. Town had to dig deep but come last ditch defending and great teamwork held onto a good win.

Best for Town were Paddy O’Brien, Murty Cummins and Craig Fogarty. Best for Pat’s were Thomas Sheehan and Padraig Whelan.

23/12/2019 23:17
Bagenalstown AFC v Hanover Harps
Youths league 07/12 14:30
Bagenalstown AFC 0 - 7 Hanover Harps

Bagenalstown AFC 0

Hanover Harps 7

Hanover got off to a really quick start as on three minutes Junior Akinduro played in Eoghan Byrne to score for 0-1 and they doubled their lead to 0-2 when Luke Brennan crossed to allow Junior Akinduro to score beneath the on-rushing Bagenalstown keeper.

Hanover were dominant throughout and they went on to add a third on 23 minutes when Jake Haughney volleyed a Josh Lacken cross into the top corner of the net for 0-3. Despite Hanover creating several more chances they squandered them all and half-time came with a comfortable 0-3 interval score line to Hanover.

On 47 minutes, Junior Akinduro had an early chance to get his brace but he was denied by a brilliant save by the Bagenalstown keeper who was in excellent form. On 53 minutes Eoghan Byrne got his second goal as he converted a fine through ball that was threaded through the Bagenalstown defence by Shane Murphy for 0-4. Bagenalstown finally got on the attack in the fifty fourth minute but their shot veered just wide of the post and Hanover went on to add a fifth for 0-5 on 66 minutes as Kian Lawlor and Arnus Ubartas combined to cut through the Bagenalstown rear-guard and Ubartas drilled his shot into the far corner of the net. On 73 minutes Shane Murphy was sent through by Adam McCarron and his shot was met at the back-post for a tap-in for 0-6 and the scoring was completed when Shane Murphy’s fine cross was met by Kian Lawlor who headed home to make the final score an emphatic 0-7.

It was an impressive team display from Hanover and a battling performance from the Bagenalstown lads, who never gave up.

23/12/2019 23:11
Bagenalstown AFC v Round Tower Rovers
Carlow cup rd 2 01/12 11:00
Bagenalstown AFC 3 - 1 Round Tower Rovers

Bagenalstown AFC 3

Round Tower Rovers 1

Bagenalstown returned to winning ways with a good 3-1 win over Round Tower Rovers to progress to the next round.

Town started well but found themselves behind after a quick break away when Alex Renehan scored from close range. Town composed themselves and got into their rhythm of passing football. A header from Paddy O’Brien found Craig Fogarty in the box who neatly tucked away the equaliser. Town pushed on again and the second came from Fogarty again after a free from Jimmy Cullen. 2-1 at the break.

Town were in complete control and added a third from Brian Murphy with a tap in at the back post.

Best for Town were Pa Deane, Paddy O’Brien and Dion Wall.

23/12/2019 23:02
Club Summary
Goals ScoredGoals ConcededClean SheetsRed CardsYellow Cards
Bagenalstown AFC Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Latest Results
19/09LFA cupBagenalstown AFC04Maynooth Town Masters
12/09KCLR ShieldBagenalstown AFC45Dolmen Celtic
05/09KCLR ShieldHanover Harps41Bagenalstown AFC
29/08KCLR ShieldBagenalstown AFC01Mill Celtic
27/08o35 div 2 cupSt. Fiacc's FC20Bagenalstown AFC
22/08KCLR ShieldSt. Joseph's FC41Bagenalstown AFC
20/08o35 div 2St. Joseph's FC13Bagenalstown AFC
13/08o35 div 2Burrin Celtic10Bagenalstown AFC
07/08o35 div 2Bagenalstown AFC24St. Fiacc's FC
21/07mullins CupKilleshin FC20Bagenalstown AFC
17/07o35 div 2Carlow Rovers01Bagenalstown AFC
10/07o35 div 2Bagenalstown AFC02Slaney Rovers
03/07o35 div 2Bagenalstown AFC41Village FC
26/06o35 div 2Fortbarrington FC30Bagenalstown AFC
04/10Division 1Vale Wanderers40Bagenalstown AFC
03/10Youths leagueBagenalstown AFC06Killeshin FC
27/09Division 1Bagenalstown AFC20St. Patricks Boys B
26/09Youths leagueNew Oak Boys40Bagenalstown AFC
20/09ShieldBagenalstown AFC20St. Patricks Boys
08/04onlineNurney Villa51Bagenalstown AFC
Show All
Next Fixtures
25/09U19 LeagueBagenalstown AFCvSt. Patricks BoysPat MoranMcGrath Park Bagenalstown
26/09FAI cupBagenalstown AFCvEvergreen FCJim WynneMcGrath Park Bagenalstown