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JF Sports Under 17 League 2021/22
St Anne's Ballylinan v Hanover Harps 25/9
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St Anne's Ballylinan play host to Hanover Harps at Ballylinan (St Annes) at 3 pm

St Anne's Ballylinan has yet to win in this competition.
Form: L    Home Form:

This is Hanover Harps's first game

24/09/2021 06:36
Parkville United v St Anne's Ballylinan
17/07/2021 21:38
JF Sports Under 17 League 2021/22
Parkville United 3 - 2 St Anne's Ballylinan 18/9
Brace of goals for Raul Plaza as Parkville United beat St Anne's Ballylinan.
Parkville United marginally won 3-2 against their visitors, St Anne's Ballylinan at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 2:30 pm

Both teams have already played a single game.

Raul Plaza moves to joint top scorer in this competition after scoring twice in this game taking the player's total scores to 2 goals.

Scorers: (Parkville United) Raul Plaza (2),Oran Kirwan
(St Anne's Ballylinan) Cathal Casey, Alex McDonnagh
24/09/2021 06:36
St Anne's Ballylinan v Bridge United
o35 div 1 09/07 19:30
St Anne's Ballylinan 0 - 0 Bridge United

St Annes 0 0 Bridge United

This was to be the first goalless draw of the new season in what was a game dominated by defences. It was a tight game with very little clear cut goal chances. Bridge played with a wind in their backs and a slight incline in their favour in the first half. Bridge probably shaded the chances in the first half but each time they got behind the St Anne’s defence , the goalie was quick off his line or quickly down to smother the chance. The second half continued in much the same vein. Bridge forced a series of corners and centre back Mark Connick directed one header goal words, but the goal palmed it over the cross bar. Great defensive work from Dave Gorman and Mark Kelly at the back kept the visitors out. St Annes introduced Kieran Kelly into midfield, and this gave the opportunity for Gary Walsh to push upfront and a great ball from Joby Brophy put Gary through with a fantastic curling shot bounce back from the crossbar. Minutes later Cormac Farrell found room and saw his shot just wide. Bridge continued to press and nearly won the game in the dying minutes when Keith Glynn got on the end of a passing move in the six-yard box it looked as if he would score but a St Annes defender made a great tackle to knock the ball away. Ended 0-0 with the home side much happier with their first point of the season after 2 defeats. Best for St. Anne’s was Dave Gorman, Mark Kelly and Gary Walsh.

For bridge, Paul Foley in goal was assured in dealing with anything that came his way, Colin Madden was composed at sweeper, James Barcoe had a strong game at right back, got forward regularly and was probably the bridge man of the match on the night. Keith Glynn in the middle kept the ball moving for bridge and Mick Brennan when introduced looked like he had the pace to trouble St Annes but a hamstring twinge put paid to his night.

10/07/2021 21:57
Carnew Fc v St Anne's Ballylinan
o35 div 1 02/07 19:30
Carnew Fc 3 - 2 St Anne's Ballylinan

Carnew 3 2 St Anne’s

After shocking league runners up Killeshin last week Carnew took on St Anne’s who didn’t get off to a great start against champions Crettyard and probably feared the worst, but it proved to be a very entertaining close game. Carnew took a very early lead when a Quentin House corner went all the way in, after the keeper and the players challenging for the ball, all failed to connect. St. Anne's rallied though and deservedly equalised, when great work from Gary Walsh in midfield put in Noel Lawlor to equal the game, but William Dixon put Carnew back in front from the edge of the penalty box just before half-time. Carnew went two goals ahead early in the second half after a fine cross from Garrett Gregan from the left was finished by Seán Kinsella. To their credit though St. Anne's refused to quit, making it 3-2 when Trevor Reardon who had come on volleyed from close range after good work from Joe Brophy. The visitors then missed a penalty to equalise near the death. Best for Carnew were Seán Kinsella, PJ O’Keefe, and William Dixon. Best for St.Anne’s was Pauraic Brandon, Gary Walsh, and Noel Lawlor.

03/07/2021 20:45
St Anne's Ballylinan v Crettyard United
o35 div 1 25/06 19:30
St Anne's Ballylinan 0 - 9 Crettyard United

St Anne’s 0 9 Crettyard

St Anne’s made their debut in the Carlow seniors league and where given a baptism of fire when league champions Crettyard smashed them for nine goals. Crettyard started fast and were ahead after two minutes with a good strike from Mark Fox. After scoring Crettyard continued to pile on the pressure and were rewarded with further goals from Niall Purcell, Chris Maher, and Mark Fox. The second half continued like the first half and with St Anne’s players tiring Crettyard were able to add further goals through Chris Maher, Jimmy Dunne, Pa Brennan, and 2 from Willie Kavanagh to run out winners 9 nil. Best for Crettyard was Jimmy Dunne, Chris Maher and Garry Rowan.

29/06/2021 10:43
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St Anne's Ballylinan Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Latest Results
18/09U17 league Parkville United32St Anne's Ballylinan
28/08o35 div 1 cupKilleshin FC30St Anne's Ballylinan
21/08o35 div 1Killeshin FC40St Anne's Ballylinan
14/08o35 div 1St Anne's Ballylinan03Baltinglass Town
10/08mullins CupSt Anne's Ballylinan02Crettyard United
07/08o35 div 1St. Patricks Boys71St Anne's Ballylinan
20/07mullins CupVillage FC01St Anne's Ballylinan
16/07o35 div 1Parkville United10St Anne's Ballylinan
09/07o35 div 1St Anne's Ballylinan00Bridge United
02/07o35 div 1Carnew Fc32St Anne's Ballylinan
25/06o35 div 1St Anne's Ballylinan09Crettyard United
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