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Autoimage Renault O35 League Division 1
Bridge United 5 - 1 Killeshin FC 17/6
Sean Barcoe scores 5 goals as Bridge United take spoils against Killeshin FC.
2nd placed Bridge United won 5-1 against their visitors, 4th placed Killeshin FC at Goresbridge at 7:30 pm

Bridge United
Form: W W L D W L W

Killeshin FC
Form: L L L W W W D

Sean Barcoe moves to top scorer in this competition after scoring 5 times in this game taking the player's total scores to 8 goals.

Scorers: (Bridge United) Sean Barcoe (5)
(Killeshin FC) Glenn RYAN
24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Renault Vans O35 League Division 3
St. Joseph's FC 0 - 2 Dolmen Celtic 17/6
Peter FAGAN displays great form with two goals as Dolmen Celtic claim victory against St. Joseph's FC.
4th placed St. Joseph's FC were beaten at home by 5th placed Dolmen Celtic at McArdle Cross Tinryland (St Josephs) at 7:30 pm

St. Joseph's FC
Form: L L L W L W

Dolmen Celtic
Form: W D L D L L


Scorers: (Dolmen Celtic) Peter FAGAN (2)
24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Renault Vans O35 League Division 3
St Anne's Ballylinan 2 - 0 Moone Celtic 17/6
St Anne's Ballylinan despatch Moone Celtic.
League leaders St Anne's Ballylinan won 2-0 against their visitors, 3rd placed Moone Celtic at Ballylinan (St Annes) at 7:30 pm

St Anne's Ballylinan has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 5 out of its last 6 games.
Form: W W W D W W

Moone Celtic
Form: W L L W D W L


Scorers: (St Anne's Ballylinan) Cormac Farrell,Gary Walsh
24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Dacia O35 League Division 2
Carnew Fc 2 - 1 St. Fiacc's FC 17/6
William Dixon shows class scoring twice as Carnew Fc despatch St. Fiacc's FC.
6th placed Carnew Fc marginally won 2-1 against their visitors, 4th placed St. Fiacc's FC at Carnew Village Behind bank at 7:30 pm

Carnew Fc
Form: W L L L

St. Fiacc's FC
Form: W L D L L W

William Dixon moves to joint top scorer in this competition after scoring twice in this game taking the player's total scores to 5 goals.
Tom COLLINS celebrates birthday with goal.

Scorers: (Carnew Fc) William Dixon (2)
(St. Fiacc's FC) Tom COLLINS
24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Dacia O35 League Division 2
Carlow Rovers 8 - 1 Burrin Celtic 17/6
Anthony SLEVIN shows class with hat trick as Carlow Rovers despatch Burrin Celtic.
League leaders Carlow Rovers comprehensively won 8-1 against their visitors, 5th placed Burrin Celtic at Youth Center Carlow at 7:30 pm

Carlow Rovers
Form: W W W D W L W

Burrin Celtic
Form: L L D L W L

Paul CORE moves to joint top scorer in this competition after scoring twice in this game taking the player's total scores to 5 goals.

Scorers: (Carlow Rovers) Anthony SLEVIN (3),Paul CORE (2),Gary MURPHY (2),Edward DOOLEY
(Burrin Celtic) Paddy Byrne
24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Renault O35 League Division 1
Slaney Rovers 1 - 0 Parkville United 17/6
Slaney Rovers claim victory against Parkville United.
3rd placed Slaney Rovers marginally won 1-0 against their visitors, 6th placed Parkville United at Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers at 7:30 pm

Slaney Rovers have won 3 out of 4 home games.
Form: W W L L W W

Parkville United has yet to win in this competition, having lost its last 2 games.
Form: L L D L L L L


Scorers: (Slaney Rovers) Peter KEHOE
24/06/2022 23:41
Seniors Martin Mullins Memorial Cup
Ballymurphy Celtic 2 - 3 Bagenalstown AFC 11/6
Trevor NOLAN scores brace as Bagenalstown AFC beat Ballymurphy Celtic.
Ballymurphy Celtic were marginally beaten at home by Bagenalstown AFC at Ballymurphy at 5 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition


Scorers: (Ballymurphy Celtic) Leonard Cummins,Anthony JORDAN
(Bagenalstown AFC) Trevor NOLAN (2), Stephen Curry
24/06/2022 23:41
Seniors Martin Mullins Memorial Cup
St Anne's Ballylinan 2 - 0 Carlow Rovers 11/6
St Anne's Ballylinan take spoils against Carlow Rovers.
St Anne's Ballylinan won 2-0 against their visitors, Carlow Rovers at Ballylinan (St Annes) at 5 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition


Scorers: (St Anne's Ballylinan) Gary ROWAN,Enda Gannon
24/06/2022 23:41
Seniors Martin Mullins Memorial Cup
Moone Celtic 0 - 4 Crettyard United 11/6
Shane COAKLEY displays great form with two goals as Crettyard United claim victory against Moone Celtic.
Moone Celtic were beaten at home by Crettyard United at Moone Celtic Home Ground at 5 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition


Scorers: (Crettyard United) Shane COAKLEY (2), Criostoir MAHER, William KAVANAGH
24/06/2022 23:41
Seniors Martin Mullins Memorial Cup
Slaney Rovers 11 - 0 Dolmen Celtic 11/6
Owen COLEMAN shows class with 5 goal display as Slaney Rovers despatch Dolmen Celtic.
Slaney Rovers comprehensively won 11-0 against their visitors, Dolmen Celtic at Rathvilly behind graveyard (Slaney Rovers at 5 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

Owen COLEMAN moves to top scorer in this competition after scoring 5 times in this game taking the player's total scores to 5 goals.

Scorers: (Slaney Rovers) Owen COLEMAN (5),Declan JONES (2),Daniel O'BRIEN,Paddy KELLY,Jason FITZHARRIS,Eddie Byrne
24/06/2022 23:41
Seniors Martin Mullins Memorial Cup
Carnew Fc 8 - 1 Village FC 11/6
Hat trick for William Dixon as Carnew Fc beat Village FC.
Carnew Fc comprehensively won 8-1 against their visitors, Village FC at Carnew Village Behind bank at 5 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition


Scorers: (Carnew Fc) William Dixon (3),Mark Egan (2),Mikey Osborne (2),Quentin House
(Village FC) Gavin Riordan
24/06/2022 23:41
Seniors Martin Mullins Memorial Cup
Killeshin FC 5 - 0 St. Joseph's FC 11/6
Liam Doran displays great form with two goals as Killeshin FC win against St. Joseph's FC.
Killeshin FC comprehensively won 5-0 against their visitors, St. Joseph's FC at Quakers Field, Killeshin at 5 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition


Scorers: (Killeshin FC) Liam Doran (2),Jonathan WATERS,Brian Farrell,Ian BRENNAN
24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Renault O35 League Division 1
Parkville United 0 - 3 Bridge United 24/6
Parkville United beaten by Bridge United.
6th placed Parkville United were beaten at home by 2nd placed Bridge United at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 7:30 pm

Parkville United has yet to win in this competition, having lost its last 2 games.
Form: L L D L L L L

Bridge United
Form: W W L D W L W

24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Renault O35 League Division 1
Killeshin FC 0 - 3 Crettyard United 24/6
Killeshin FC lose to Crettyard United.
4th placed Killeshin FC were beaten at home by League leaders Crettyard United at Quakers Field, Killeshin at 7:30 pm

Killeshin FC
Form: L L L W W W D

Crettyard United has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 6 out of its last 7 games.
Form: W W W W W W D

24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Dacia O35 League Division 2
Baltinglass Town 1 - 4 Carlow Rovers 24/6
Baltinglass Town suffer defeat to Carlow Rovers.
2nd placed Baltinglass Town were beaten at home by League leaders Carlow Rovers at Parkmore Baltinglass at 7:30 pm

Baltinglass Town
Form: L L D W W W

Carlow Rovers
Form: W W W D W L W

24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Dacia O35 League Division 2
Burrin Celtic 0 - 2 St. Fiacc's FC 24/6
Burrin Celtic suffer defeat to St. Fiacc's FC.
5th placed Burrin Celtic were beaten at home by 4th placed St. Fiacc's FC at The Valley Ballon (Burrin Celtic) at 7:30 pm

Burrin Celtic
Form: L L D L W L

St. Fiacc's FC
Form: W L D L L W

24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Renault Vans O35 League Division 3
Moone Celtic 2 - 0 Village FC 24/6
Moone Celtic take spoils against Village FC.
3rd placed Moone Celtic won 2-0 against their visitors, 6th placed Village FC at Fortfield Park Moone Co. Kildare at 7:30 pm

Moone Celtic
Form: W L L W D W L

Village FC has yet to win in this competition, having lost its last 2 games.
Form: L L D L L L L

24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Renault O35 League Division 1
Crettyard United 3 - 0 St. Patricks Boys 18/6
Crettyard United take all points from St. Patricks Boys.
League leaders Crettyard United won 3-0 against their visitors, 5th placed St. Patricks Boys at Killeen Sports Field, Crettyard at 5 pm

Crettyard United has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 6 out of its last 7 games.
Form: W W W W W W D

St. Patricks Boys has yet to win in this competition.
Form: L D D L L L

24/06/2022 23:41
Autoimage Dacia O35 League Division 2
Baltinglass Town 2 - 3 Bagenalstown AFC 17/6
Baltinglass Town lose to Bagenalstown AFC.
2nd placed Baltinglass Town were marginally beaten at home by 3rd placed Bagenalstown AFC at Parkmore Baltinglass at 7:30 pm

Baltinglass Town
Form: L L D W W W

Bagenalstown AFC
Form: W L W W L

24/06/2022 23:41
Seniors Martin Mullins Memorial Cup
Bridge United 3 - 0 Burrin Celtic 11/6
Bridge United win against Burrin Celtic.
Bridge United won 3-0 against their visitors, Burrin Celtic at Goresbridge at 5 pm

This is the first game for both teams in this competition

24/06/2022 23:41
Killeshin FC v Bridge United
07/05/2022 20:20
Burrin Celtic v Vale Wanderers B
div 2 cup 16/04 19:00
Burrin Celtic 3 - 5 Vale Wanderers B
Vale started strong and really took the game to Burrin quickly closing down the Burrin defence at every opportunity, it was this approach that resulted in Vale winning a free kick on the edge of the box mid-way through the first half, Keelan Brennan stood up and dispatched the free right into the top corner to give Vale the lead. Vale continued on the front foot and just before the break Conor Byrne doubled Vales lead with a fine striker from the edge of the box. Burrin came out strong in the second half but suffered an early blow when they were reduced to 10 men. However, this didn’t deter their efforts and they pulled one back when their winger snook in at the back post for an easy tap in. Not long after they levelled the game with a superb volley from the edge of the box. Mid-way through the half now and the game tied it was Vale who rallied and started to get back on top. With 10 minutes to go they got the lead, Darren O Keefe racing on to a through ball and finding the bottom corner. It looked to be Vale’s Day but Burrin weren’t done yet and in the 89th minute they found a equaliser to send the game to extra time. The first half of extra time was very edgy with penalties looking a real possibility, but early in the second period Vale again found the lead. Tommy Cummins rose highest to meet a cross and a fine header past the keeper was met by the in-rushing Kieran Casey who made sure it ended up in the net! Burrin to their credit stayed going but their race was run 2 minutes later when Geoffrey Doran arrived at the back post and produced a fine header to ensure it was Vale who go to the cup final. Best for Vale on the day were Tommy Cummins, PJ Haughney and Jordan Doyle.
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17/04/2022 21:02
Round Tower Rovers v St. Joseph's FC
div 2 cup 17/04 11:00
Round Tower Rovers 3 - 2 St. Joseph's FC
This was another absolutely brilliant game of football between the two top teams unfolded in Timahoe on a rainy Sunday morning, but the weather certainly didn't dampen the passion and performance shown by both teams. The Saints started strong and immediately went on the attack and opened the scoring through their top goal scorer Tom Mitchell in the 5th minute when Padraig Webb drove at the heart of the Rovers defence and passed neatly for Mitchell to finish from 6 yards. The Joeys lead didn’t last long when Kieran Delaney stepped up to finish past the Joeys team from the edge of the box. The Saints pulled back in front when Fredo Eyong scored with a tidy finish at the back post, this time Mitchell becoming the provider for Eyong. A well deserved goal for Eyong, for his exceptional work rate and attacking play. Rovers equalised for a second time when a Cian Dowling Byrne shot was saved well by the keeper only to fall into the path of Enda Butler who rifled it home. Just before the break was when Rovers took the lead for the first time when a good ball from the left from Darren Byrne was send home by Ben O’Reilly, in what proved to be the match winner. The Saints began to dominate the second half by playing fantastic football for both their fans and the neutral to enjoy. Kieran Carey had a great chance to level for the Saints when he found himself with time and space in the middle of the box but his shot was blocked by a Rovers defender. The Saints tried valiantly to score their third goal of the game but for all their magnificent play they could not find the net and Rovers went through to the next round. A really fantastic game of football between both teams with Brandon Sheehan, Jack Murphy and Evan McGuire standing out for the Saints.
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17/04/2022 21:01
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

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17/04/2022 21:01
Round Tower Rovers v Slaney Rovers
carlow cup r3 13/04 18:30
Round Tower Rovers 3 - 4 Slaney Rovers
Slaney found themselves 2 nil down, before good combination plays between Dominic Byrne and John Martin, with the latter`s effort rebounding off the post into the path of Lubomir Lesko for a simple tap in on 35 minutes. The newly crowned league champions restored their two goal advantage before a Byrne effort rebounded off the crossbar and ball fell kindly for Eoin Curran to blast home on 43 minutes for 3 - 2 at the break. Slaney drew parity following good build up play between Lesko and Daniel O`Brien on the left wing and a fine finish from John Martin on 70 minutes. It was going to take something special to separate the sides and Lubomir Lesko delivered with a brilliant solo goal to advance to the next round and reward the efforts of Ted Redmond, Regan Murphy and Rory McColl.
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17/04/2022 21:01
St. Patricks Boys B v Parkville United
carlow cup r3 13/04 20:00
St. Patricks Boys B 3 - 1 Parkville United

Parkville had the ball in the net no fewer than 5 times in this game but in the end only 1 goal counted as Pats B ran out winners. On 4 minutes Nick Nolan had the ball in the back of the net but the goal was ruled out for offside. Joe Sunderland went close on 10 minutes before Jack O'Neill saw his effort wide on 17 minutes. On 25 minutes, Nick Nolan again had the ball in the net, but his effort was ruled offside. Soon after Tom Pollard was put through with an excellent Jamie Walsh ball, but he was pulled back for offside. Parkville finally made the breakthrough when Jack O'Neill scored from outside the box with a long-range effort to the top corner to leave it 0-1to the visitors at half time. The second half continued in the same vein with Parkville constantly attacking. On 60 minutes, Nick Nolan again had the ball in the net and his effort was ruled out for offside. Soon after St Pats were awarded a corner after a breakaway attack and scored from their first effort on target. The following 10 minutes saw Parkville play sluggishly and when a pass was misplaced in midfield, Pats intercepted and played a nice through ball for the striker who scored 2-1 with 20 minutes to go.

For the remainder of the game Parkville laid siege to the Pats goal with Joe Sunderland forcing a good save from the keeper before Jack O'Neill shot from distance and Jamie Farrell saw his effort saved. On 88 mins Parkville were awarded a corner following excellent work by Barry Flynn. Tommy Murphy provided the delivery for Paddy Hickey to drive home the equaliser only for the ref to give a free out. To add insult to injury, with Parkville totally committed in attack, Pats broke away and went up the other end and scored a 3rd. A disappointing day for Parkville who can feel unlucky at having 4 goals disallowed but credit to Pats who were more clinical in front of goal.

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17/04/2022 21:00
Hanover Harps v Ballymurphy Celtic
Prem League 17/04 11:00
Hanover Harps 0 - 3 Ballymurphy Celtic
Kevin Foley netted a hat trick as Ballymurphy finished off their league campaign with a win. Hanover started well enough, and Jack Murphy brought a good save from Kyle Foley in the Celtic goal early on. As Celtic grew into the game Jack Foley had their first real sight on goal but with only the keeper to beat, he dragged his shot wide from a tight angle. Harps then missed a great chance to take the lead on the half hour, Brandon Redmond's header was goal bound but the slightest of touches from Paul Foley deflected the ball onto the crossbar and out for a corner. With half time approaching Ballymurphy struck for the opening goal, Dara Tobin teeing up Kevin Foley to fire home from 8 yards. Celtic impressed in the second half but but Jason Cogley twice shot over when well placed. At the other end Hanover had chances for Shane Kelly and Jack Murphy, both efforts saved by Kyle Foley. We 15 minutes left Ballymurphy, and Kevin Foley got their second, Jack Foley with the assist as Foley calmly slotted home after beating the offside trap. With 5 minutes left Foley completed his hat trick, Aaron O'Toole made the hard yards down the left before crossing for Foley to finish off the scoring. Best for Celtic included hat trick man Kevin Foley, Jamie Doyle and Dara Tobin. Best for Hanover on the day were Brandon Redmond, Jack Murphy and Jason Brennan.
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17/04/2022 21:00
Parkville United v Killeshin FC
Prem League 17/04 11:00
Parkville United 1 - 2 Killeshin FC

Killeshin claimed the points in this keenly contested tie courtesy of a Dragos Mamaliga brace, the win not enough to leapfrog their hosts to a third-place finish in the league. Parkville's Tom Pollard came close to opening the scoring on 15 minutes but was denied by the keeper. Nick Nolan then saw his effort saved before Killeshin hit the front midway through the half. Dragos Mamaliga going on a surging run before scoring with a super effort to the bottom corner. Killeshin controlled the game for the next 10 minutes but Jason Murphy pulling off a couple of fine saves to keep Parkville in the

game. The second half saw more of the same with a closely fought game and chances at a premium. Nick Nolan brought another good save from the Killeshin keeper on the hour mark before Joe Sunderland was also denied an equaliser by a smart save. Parkville paid for those missed chances with 20 minutes left when a brilliant free kick from Mamaliga flew into the top corner. In fairness to Parkville, they kept going and were rewarded for their efforts 5 minutes from time, Ronan Healy won a corner and Tommy Murphy's excellent delivery was flicked on by Cian Madden to the back of the net to give United hope. Killeshin had to withstand a few nervous moments before the final whistle but held on for the points. Best for Parkville were Robbie Sheridan and Nick Nolan. Best for Killeshin were Dragos Maliga, Micheal O Rourke, Bryan Lawler and Ian Brennan.

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17/04/2022 20:59
Killeshin FC v New Oak Boys
17/04/2022 20:59
Crettyard United A v New Oak Boys B
carlow cup r3 10/04 11:00
Crettyard United A 5 - 0 New Oak Boys B

It was a facile win for Crettyard on Sunday against a spirited but limited New Oak Boys B side. To their credit, New Oak defended well in the game's early stages and kept the Crettyard attack at bay. However, the home side was in a competitive mindset, and they were relentless going forward with the ball. Despite chances going amiss, Crettyard went ahead at the 20-minute mark when Craig Comerford's cross was headed home by Lee Salter. Salter and Comerford again combined after 28 minutes for Salter and Crettyard's second goal of the game. Crettyard's Bobby Dowling fired in the team's third goal with a crisp volley after 32 minutes. The first half scoring was then rounded off by Chris Maher, who ran the show and scored from a free kick just before half-time to leave the score 4-0.

The second half was a non-event as the four first-half goals seemed to take the spirit out of New Oak. However, Crettyard added another goal from Luke Maher after 70 minutes to leave the final score 5-0. Crettyard now advances to the quarter-final of the Carlow Cup.

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17/04/2022 20:43