CDFL Match Reports
Parkville United v St Joseph's FC
05/01 14:30
Parkville United 4 - 1 St Joseph's FC

Parkville United 4

St Joseph’s FC 1

It was a scrappy start to this game as both sides sought to gain a foothold in the game, but it was Parkville who had the early chances and who gained confidence from this.

Parkville took the lead on twenty minutes, following some good combination play between Sean Tracey and Kyle Byrne, who squared the ball to his namesake – Luke Byrne to score easily for a vital 1-0 lead.

Shortly after, Parkville doubled their lead, when Jake Hickey won the ball in the Joey’s box and he laid the ball off to Craig Staunton and he slotted it into the bottom corner of the net for 2-0.

Good play in the middle of the pitch from Jack O’Neill and Craig Staunton who released Sean Tracey down the wing and he cut inside and played a reverse pass to Jake Hickey who scored courtesy of a deflected goal, off a Joey’s defender for 3-0 and that was the score at the interval.

It had been a difficult half for the young Joey’s team, but as the second – half wore on, they were getting better, but they got another set-back as Parkville’s, Sean Tracey took a free-kick and lofted it over the wall, where it was fumbled into the net by the Joey’s unsighted keeper for 4-0.

To Joey’s credit they kept trying to get something out of the game and they got some consolation, with ten minutes to go, when Corey Connolly scored to make the final score 4-1.

Standing out for Parkville were Dylan Sheridan, Dylan Hanley, Sean Tracey and jack O’Neill, whilst best for Joey’s were Kenneth Bello, Aongus O’Se and Jordan O’Brien.

15/01/2019 14:09
St Patricks Boys v Killeshin/Hanover FC
05/01 14:30
St Patricks Boys 2 - 1 Killeshin/Hanover FC

St Patrick’s Boys 2

Killeshin/Hanover 1

St Pats started the better in this game and they went 1-0 up after only twenty minutes, through Luke Brennan.

However, this only inspired Killeshin/Hanover and after some very good play they equalised on thirty minutes, as some fine individual play, saw Shane Murphy wriggle clear of three defenders and square the ball to Dylan Gately, who fired home the equaliser for 1-1.

With half-time beckoning, it looked as if there would be a half-time deadlock, but after a slip by a Killeshin/Hanover defender, ‘man of the match’ David Dunphy took full advantage to make it 2-1 to St Pat’s.

The second-half saw a dominant performance from Killeshin/Hanover, but the closest they came was when Ben Dorgan’s 70th minute header hit the inside of the post, ran along the goal-line and into the St Pat’s keeper’s hands.

The game came to a close with St Pat’s on top and it was only an outstanding save from Sean Dollard – Killeshin/Hanover’s keeper that kept the final score at 2-1.

Best for St Pat’s were David Dunphy, Aaron Cullen and Mark Behan, whilst standing out for Killeshin/Hanover were Adam Nolan, Josh Lacken, Evan Treacy and Bill Fitzgerald.

15/01/2019 14:09
Vale Wanderers v Round Tower Rovers
05/01 14:30
Vale Wanderers 8 - 2 Round Tower Rovers

Vale Wanderers 8

Round Tower Rovers 2

Vale started off by far the brighter and they got a ‘dream start’ as Sean Smithers gave them a 1-0 lead within a minute of the start and then Jack Treacy then got in ‘on the act’ as he made it 2-0 just five minutes later.

Mark Foley then picked up the ball on halfway and he went past two defenders, before slotting it into the bottom corner from 30 yards and extending Vale’s lead to 3-0.

Round Tower then pulled a goal back from a superbly hit free-kick for 3-1, but Vale scored another through Jack Treacy for his brace and a 4-1 half-time lead.

Jack Treacy completed his hat-trick after just five minutes into the half for 5-1, after some good work by Sean Smithers and shortly after, Sean Smithers got himself on the score sheet following a good finish and it was 6-1.

Brooklyn Dermody then scored, with a good finish from a corner for 7-1 and Jack Treacy completed Vale’s scoring when he scored his fourth to make it 8-1, but to their credit Round Tower never stopped working and they got some consolation, five minutes from time, as they scored another to make the final score 8-2.

Standing out for Vale were Jack Treacy, Sean Smithers and Mark Foley, whilst it was a battling performance from Round Tower.

15/01/2019 14:08
St Josephs Blue Youths v Burrin Celtic
05/01 14:00
St Josephs Blue Youths 2 - 3 Burrin Celtic

St Joseph’s Blue 2

Burrin Celtic 3

Burrin started the brighter of the two teams putting the Joey’s defence under severe pressure, with chances falling to Dan Smyth, who volleyed just over the bar and a couple that fell to Donnacha Murphy, who headed just wide, from the back post.

Joey’s were surprised by Burrin’s physicality and their usual game went to pieces, as they panicked on the ball and rushed their shots, as Burrin dominated.

Burrin opened the scoring when they were awarded a free-kick on the right and Adam Deacon’s cross was headed home emphatically by Lorcan Doyle for 0-1.

Joey’s had settled and they created some chances of their own and they equalised when a Burrin clearance was charged down and Jonah Dunne went on to shoot home from an acute angle for 1-1.

Burrin went back into the lead when Dan Smyth won a free-kick and he fired it in, but it was blocked by the Joey’s wall, however, he latched on to the rebound and coolly put it into the net for 1-2 and that was the score at half-time.

In the second-half, Joey’s started playing the better football and dominated most of the possession and their equaliser came following an interception by Dylan McDermott, who then passed to Rory Guerin and he crossed the ball into Evan McGuire, who calmly converted for 2-2, in what was a fine display of passing and movement.

With time running out and a draw looking the most likely result, Burrin were awarded a penalty and up stepped Eli Byrne, who hit the ball straight down the middle for 2-3 and that’s how it finished, in a really hard fought game, between two very determined sides.

Best for Joey’s were Dylan McDermott, Sam Byrne, Robert Timmons and Ben Murphy, whilst standing out for Burrin were Donnacha Murphy, Eoin Kavanagh and Aaron Bolger,

15/01/2019 14:08
Nurney Villa B v Wolfhill Athletic
Div One 06/01 14:00
Nurney Villa B 0 - 1 Wolfhill Athletic

Wolfhill Athletic 1

Nurney Villa 0

Wolfhill overcame Nurney B in a game in the lower half of the table.

It was a game of few chances in Nurney. Wolfhill enjoyed a huge amount of possession in the first half in particular and made this count when Murtagh Condron rocketed home the only goal of the game just fifteen minutes following a cross from Ceilum Darcy from a corner. Wolfhill constantly threatened for the remainder of the half but couldn’t breach the Nurney rearguard again.

Much the same as the first half, Wolfhill had the ball for large periods of the second half. Good chances came the way of the industrious Bernard Wheatley who shot narrowly wide ten minutes in and another long distance effort from Murtagh Condron which blazed narrowly over the bar. Both sides had good efforts but could not find that much needed breakthrough.

The game petered out in the final 15 minutes with Wolfhill recording a much needed win thanks to an excellent performance from Ciaran Carroll who was ably assisted by PJ Rowan and Murtagh Condron.

15/01/2019 14:07
Castlemore United v Hanover Harps B
Div One 06/01 11:00
Castlemore United 1 - 2 Hanover Harps B

Castlemore United 1

Hanover Harps 2

In a battle between top and bottom, it was a tighter game than you might have expected.

There was some good work in the Castlemore defence to keep the league leaders out early on. Dillon Murphy had a chance for the visitors in the very first minute but his effort was high. Kuba Dobosz saw his headed effort fly over the bar after nine minutes and followed this with a shot saved by Craig Doyle in the Castlemore goal three minutes later. Hanover were well on top throughout and Shane Noonan was on the end of a hat trick of chances but couldn't find the net. The breakthrough came on 21 minutes when an Aaron Wynne corner was headed into the net by Dobosz. Try as they might, the visitors couldn't add a second before half time.

Hanover started the second half well and on 49 minutes, Pat Carr was brought down in the Castlemore box but the resulting penalty was driven over the bar. Both teams continued to press with the two ‘keepers keeping their sides in the game. With five minutes left, Shane Noonan broke through the Castlemore defense but hit the upright; Dillon Murphy recovered the second ball and squared to Mikey Kavanagh to score low to the ‘keeper’s right to make it 2-0. The Castlemore heads didn’t drop and they pulled one back in the 90th minute when James Carroll was fouled outside the box and he stepped up and swung a nice cross in and Blain Cosgrove headed home to give them some hope. A 2-1 victory for Hanover possibly flattered Castlemore but to their credit they fought until the final whistle on a day where Hanover maybe should have been more clinical.

Great team performance by everyone with Craig Doyle Anthony Moran Rian Farrell and Stephen Hogan impressing for Castlemore United.

15/01/2019 14:07
Killeshin FC B v Hacketstown United
Div One 06/01 14:00
Killeshin FC B 1 - 3 Hacketstown United

Killeshin FC 1

Hacketstown United 3

Hacketstown had an impressive win over Killeshin.

Goals in the first half from Con Murphy set the away side on their way. Hacketstown should have been further ahead with some good chances going amiss before the home side equalised before the break via Vinny Dowling.

The second half continued in the same pattern before Dale Stephson scored the all-important winner.

Best for Hacketstown were Jordan Kane, Niall Humphries and Sean Tompkins, Best for Killeshin were Brendan McDonald, Mickey Dempsey, Cathal Dooley and Sean Fitzpatrick.

15/01/2019 14:06
Parkville United B v St Joseph's FC
Div One 06/01 11:00
Parkville United B 6 - 0 St Joseph's FC

Parkville United 6

St. Joseph’s 0

Parkville secured victory over an injury hit Joeys side. Parkville were on the attack from the off and James Lonergan and Dean Kelly went close early on. Joeys defended resolutely and offered a real threat on the counter attack before Joe Morris danced through their defence to finish to the bottom corner following good work by Niall Byrne & Paddy Byrne to give Parkville the lead on the half hour. Soon after some good play by Michael Brown out from the back for Parkville was rewarded when Joe Morris turned provider for Dean Kelly to head home on 35 mins to give Parkville a 2-0 lead. Damian Bak in goal made a fingertip save to keep Parkville ahead. On the stroke of half time, Paddy Byrne got a goal that his efforts deserved to make it three when getting on the end of a team effort which was started by Lee Kavanagh winning the ball at right back.

In the second half Joeys fitness gave out and the lack of substitutes and fresh legs showed as Parkville continued to dominate with Jason Hunter and James Lonergan combining well in midfield before Dean Kelly capped a fine display with his second an expert finish to the corner to the goal to put Parkville 4 up. The returning Barry Flynn didn't take long to open his account on the hour to make it five for Parkville after some good work by John Murphy down the right. The final goal of the game came shortly after when Sean Maher put the ball through the eye of a needle for Niall Byrne to score to round off a good win for Parkville.

Best for Parkville were Lee Kavanagh, Henry Hegarty and Paddy Byrne, Best for Joeys were Dinny Farrell, Leon Woods and Ciarán Doyle.

15/01/2019 14:06
St Patricks Boys B v Bagenalstown AFC
15/01/2019 14:05
Slaney Rovers v Mill Celtic
Herald Striker Division 06/01 11:00
Slaney Rovers 3 - 1 Mill Celtic

Slaney Rovers 3

Mill Celtic 1

Slaney took all three points in this evenly-contested affair in Rathvilly on Sunday.

The Ballytore side were looking to build on their recent run of good form and it took a first half penalty to separate the sides as Dominic Byrne was upended in the box and he calmly slotted home on 31 minutes.

The home side doubled their advantage after fine build up play between Paddy Farrell and Aaron Broughall was followed with a super finish from Andy Foley on 59 minutes. Slaney pushed on and added another when Eoin Curran blasted home from six yards on 68 minutes. Mill came with a late rally and Sean Higgins scored from the penalty spot.

Outstanding for the winners were Regan Murphy, Shane Murphy and Conor O’Brien. Best for Mill Celtic on a disappointing morning were Sean Higgins, Shane Molloy and Dylan Wynne.

15/01/2019 14:05
Castle Rangers v Vale Wanderers
Herald Striker Division 06/01 11:00
Castle Rangers 2 - 2 Vale Wanderers

Castle Rangers 2

Vale Wanderers 2

This was another entertaining contest which ended all square in the Youth Centre on Sunday.

The home side got off to a great start and were in control during the early proceedings. They took the lead through Gary Murphy. The visitors equalised straight away with a long free from Aidan Lillis was nodded on by Paddy Dowling for David Dowling to tap home. Rangers created enough chances to regain the lead but the Vale defence held firm.

Castle came flying out of the blocks at the start of the second half and Richie Mahon put them ahead again. Again Rangers had plenty of chances to wrap up the points and it came back to haunt them when Vale equalised with the last kick of the game. David Dowling knocked on another long free kick for Martin Bridget to slot the ball home with virtually the last kick of the game.

Best for Castle were Alan Butler, Paddy O’Brien and Lorcan Carroll.

15/01/2019 14:04
Kilree Celtic v Crettyard United B
Herald Striker Division 06/01 11:00
Kilree Celtic 3 - 3 Crettyard United B

Kilree Celtic 3

Crettyard United 3

A draw seemed a fair result after this six goal cracker in Bagenalstown on Sunday.

Crettyard took an early lead on 16 minutes when good work from Pa Brennan set up John Dwyer whose goal bound shot was prevented by a hand ball and Dave Maher converted the spot kick. Kilree were then awarded a penalty but Alan Salter missed the chance to equalise. On 38 minutes the visitors went 2-0 up when the home keeper lost the ball and Mark Fox pounced to slot home.

Just after the restart the Bagenalstown side were awarded another penalty and this time Salter made no mistake. The home side came more into the game and Alan McDonald equalised matters on 63 minutes. Then Kilree turned the game completely around when Alan McDonald scored his second of the game to make it 3-2 going into the final minutes. However the Laois side never gave up and were rewarded for their efforts when Tom Dowling headed home a corner kick on 86 minutes to grab a share of the spoils.

Best for Kilree were Paul Kehoe, Eamon Nolan and Chris Blake while for Crettyard Matt Kelly, Dave Maher, Damien Sheehan, Mark Fox and John Dwyer played well.

15/01/2019 14:02
St Fiacc's FC v St Patricks Boys
Premier Division 06/01 11:00
St Fiacc's FC 1 - 2 St Patricks Boys

St Fiacc’s 1

St Patrick’s Boys 2

A goal in each half for Gearoid Cuddihy saw St Pat’s claim the bragging rights after this Graiguecullen derby on Sunday.

The game started at pace with both teams creating early chances. St Pat’s were denied an early lead when Patrick Scully saved well from Roy Byrne while at the other end Brian O'Rourke twice fired wide when well placed. As the half wore on it was Pats that began to dominate and opened the scoring 10 minutes before the break. Cuddihy making no mistake when finding a bit of space 12 yards from goal. Scully again denied Byrne as Pat’s looked to double the lead before half time.

Fiacc’s began the second half with real purpose and were looking dangerous. Ross Hennessey found Michael Loughman in space but his effort clipped the post and went wide. Further chances arrived for Hennessey and O'Rourke but neither could convert and as if often the case they were made to pay for their lack of cutting edge in front of goal. As the visitors began to find their feet Nathan Doyle's strong run in the box was halted at the expense of a penalty and Cuddihy made no mistake from the spot to make it 2-0 to St Pat with 20 minutes left. Back came Fiacc’s again and they got a lifeline when Ian Foley set up Danny Nolan and he finished brilliantly to make it 2-1. With Pat’s now hanging on chances for an equaliser fell to both Ricky Lawlor and Matthew Power but neither could convert and Pats held on to claim the points and reward the efforts of Michael Calvey, Gearoid Cuddihy, Brian Maguire and Roy Byrne.

Best for St Fiacc’s included Brain O’Rourke, Wayne Humphries and James Hickey.

15/01/2019 14:02
Ballymurphy Celtic v Killeshin FC
Premier Division 06/01 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 3 - 2 Killeshin FC

Ballymurphy Celtic 3

Killeshin FC 2

Thomas Doyle struck a winner three minutes from time as Ballymurphy recovered from 2-0 down to win 3-2.

Killeshin began well enough and were ahead on 20 minutes when Frankie Dowling fired home a free kick. Ballymurphy came back into the game but despite plenty of possession they couldn't get a clear sight on goal and Killeshin went into the break 1-0 up.

The second half again saw Killeshin start well and Dowling netted his and the visitors second on 70 minutes and a win for Killeshin looked on the cards. But it was only now that Celtic sprung to life. Doyle set up Kevin Foley to reduce the arrears on 75 minutes and moments later the sides were level, Mikey Whelan broke through the visitors back line, his low shot was parried by the Killeshin keeper but Paul Traynor kept his cool to slot home the loose ball from 8 yards to make it 2-2. All the momentum was not with Celtic and as the laid siege to the Killeshin the winner arrived on 87 minutes, Graham O'Neill cross brilliantly volleyed home by Doyle to claim a well-earned, if unlikely looking win after going 2-0 behind.

Best for Celtic included Paul Foley, Thomas Doyle and Mikey Whelan in a great overall team effort. Killeshin’s best were Frankie Dowling, Michael McCartney and Sean Fitzpatrick.

15/01/2019 14:01
Crettyard United v New Oak Boys
Premier Division 06/01 11:00
Crettyard United 1 - 1 New Oak Boys

Crettyard United 1

New Oak Boys 1

Honours were even as the top two went head to head on Sunday.

The result means New Oak stay one point ahead of their rivals at the top of the table but United have played a game less as we reach the half way point in the league. With so much at stake the teams tore into each other from the off with no shortage of passion or tough tackling from either side. It was the visitors who had the better of the early chances with Jeff Moran the busier of the two keepers. As the half wore on the game settled down and the closest either side came to opening the scoring was when New Oak's keeper Keelan Gaffney hit a poor kick out to Danny Doyle but the net minder redeemed himself with a smart save to keep it goalless at the break.

The second half began at the same break neck speed of the 1st and it was the visitors that pounced to break the deadlock 10 minutes in. Will Hayes won the ball out wide before bursting down the wing and crossing for Greg Sykula to slot New Oak ahead. That was the cue for Crettyard to introduce the returning Lee Salter from the bench and it was Salter who levelled things up on 75 minutes when he flicked home from Criostoir Maher's pin point delivery. Conor Reynolds headed over New Oak's best chance of a winner while at the other end Bobby Dowling got too much air on his volley when a calmer head could have won it for the hosts. In the end a draw was a fair result as we head into the second half of the season.

Best for United were Danny Doyle, Craig Comerford and James Sherwood. New Oak had impressive showings from Will Hayes, Conor Byrne and Cian Dowling.

15/01/2019 14:01
Vale Wanderers B v Baltinglass Town
06/01 14:00
Vale Wanderers B 3 - 1 Baltinglass Town

Vale Wanderers ‘B’ 3

Baltinglass Town 1

Vale’s second string continued their giant killing acts as they disposed of Division One side Baltinglass Town in the Super Bowl on Sunday.

Balto started the best and from some good passing Gary Owens was fouled at the edge of the box and up stepped Garreth Doyle to score from the free kick. Vale equalised from a bad goalkeeping error when James Gahan’s short kick out was intercepted by Lee Conlan and he duly dispatched the ball to the net for the equaliser before the break.

In the second half the home side upped the tempo and started to dominate the midfield. Jack Malone was introduced by Wanderers and he soon caused problems for the Balto defence and was fouled in the penalty area on 60 minutes but Lee Conran was wide from the spot kick. After a short scuffle the visitors were reduced to 10 men and Vale capitalised as Lee Conlan put them 2-1 ahead with a controlled finish. Kieran Casey settled the cup tie when he headed home a Conor Byrne free kick to see his side advance to the next round.

For Vale is was an excellent team performance with every player turning in a performance worthy of a man of the match performance. Best for Baltinglass were Garreth Doyle, Shane Lennon and Declan Jones.

15/01/2019 14:00
Nurney Villa A v New Oak Boys B
06/01 11:00
Nurney Villa A 4 - 0 New Oak Boys B

Nurney Villa ‘A’ 4

New Oak Boys ‘B’ 0

Nurney advance to the third round of the Carlow Cup after a convincing win over a battling New Oak second string.

Nurney got the better of the opening exchanges and were ahead after some great work from Eoin Gannon to set up Gary Scully to finish into the bottom corner. The home side went further ahead minutes later when once again Eoin Gannon provided the assist for Dean Farrell to drill home. Chris Kearney made a great save down to his right near the end of the first half to deny the visitors and keep his clean sheet intact.

Nurney scored immediately from the restart when a long ball caught New Oak napping and Gary Scully scored a great curling effort leaving the keeper with no chance. Dean Farrell set up Gary Dillon to finish from close range to make it 4-0 and give Nurney the deserved win.

Best for Nurney were Niall Scully, Joe Byrne and Mick Murphy while for New Oak Sol Yalore, Peter Ryan and Cathal Myers were players of note.

15/01/2019 14:00
Hanover Harps v Ashford
06/01 13:30
Hanover Harps 3 - 3 Ashford

Hanover Harps 3

Ashford 3 (aet)

(Hanover win 8-7 on penalties)

Goalkeeper Kevin Power was the Hanover hero as he converted the winning penalty having already made a crucial save to book Harps a third round meeting with heavyweights Sherrif YC, with LOI opposition in the shape of Dundalk awaiting the winners.

Hanover started well and Murt Bamberick had cracked a 20 yarder off the crossbar early on before Harps hit the front midway through the half when Mark Davis teed up Niall Quinlan to score, Quinlan’s effort finding the top corner to give the keeper no chance. Ashford came more into the game and levelled just before the break when Robbie Eyre got in behind the Harps back line to slot home for 1-1.

The second half again saw Harps on top and a piece of magic from Stephen Chalton on 57 minutes saw the full back fire the hosts back in front. That lead lasted barely 30 seconds as Ashford tipped off and went straight down field and levelled for a second time through Andy Earls. Both sides created chances before the end but neither could convert and the match went to extra time. Ashford hit the front for the first time when Jamie Byrne raced clear to score but the hosts wouldn’t be denied as subs Ben Dorgan and Dylan Walsh combined for Walsh to finish and make it 3-3. Dorgan almost won it for Harps at the death but his effort cracked off the crossbar and it was left to penalties to decide the tie where Power proved to be the match winner for Hanover.

Best for Harps were Simon O’Shea, Ray Walker Cathal Coughlan and Mark Davis. Ashford’s best included Finn Brooks, Brendan Manning and Mick Taylor.

15/01/2019 13:59
Dolmen Celtic v Hanover Harps
Dolmen celtic 2 hanover 4
Premier Division 13/01 11:00
Dolmen Celtic 2 - 4 Hanover Harps

Dolmen took the lead on 15bmins trough danny thompson .hanover equalised on 25 mins and took the lead on 30 mins .hanover added a 3rd at half time to go in 3 1 ip at the break .dolmen scored on 57 mins through john nangle. Hanover added there 4th on 83 mins to leave the game finish 4 .2 . Best for dolmen were colin nolan paul condren and danny thompson
13/01/2019 17:36
Nationalist Premier Division
Killeshin FC 1 - 2 St Patricks Boys 13/1

Killeshin FC are defeated by St Patricks Boys.
6th placed Killeshin FC were marginally beaten at home by 4th placed St Patricks Boys at Quakers Field, Killeshin at 11 am

Killeshin FC
Form: L L L D L L W D W W

St Patricks Boys have won 3 out of 4 away games.
Form: W W L L L W W L D

19/01/2019 00:20
Nationalist Premier Division
Parkville United 4 - 1 Ballymurphy Celtic 13/1

Parkville United beat Ballymurphy Celtic.
5th placed Parkville United won 4-1 against their visitors, 8th placed Ballymurphy Celtic at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 11 am

Parkville United
Form: W W W L D L D L

Ballymurphy Celtic
Form: L W L L W W L L L

19/01/2019 00:20
Whites Total Health Pharmacy Division
Parkville United B 3 - 3 Vale Wanderers B 13/1

Parkville United B share points with Vale Wanderers B.
2nd placed Parkville United B were held to a 3-3 draw by 4th placed Vale Wanderers B at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 11 am

Parkville United B
Form: D W W W L W W W D W W

Vale Wanderers B
Form: D W W W W L W L D W

19/01/2019 00:20
Whites Total Health Pharmacy Division
Bagenalstown AFC 1 - 2 St Patricks Boys B 13/1

Bagenalstown AFC suffer defeat to St Patricks Boys B.
5th placed Bagenalstown AFC were marginally beaten at home by 3rd placed St Patricks Boys B at McGrath Park Bagenalstown at 11 am

Bagenalstown AFC
Form: L W W W W W D L W L L L

St Patricks Boys B have yet to be beaten away from home.
Form: W L W W W W W D W W L

19/01/2019 00:20
Nationalist Premier Division
New Oak Boys 4 - 0 St Fiacc's FC 13/1

New Oak Boys beat St Fiacc's FC.
League leaders New Oak Boys won 4-0 against their visitors, 3rd placed St Fiacc's FC at Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys) at 11 am

New Oak Boys has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 7 out of its last 9 games.
Form: W D W D W W W W W

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

19/01/2019 00:20
Herald Striker Division
New Oak Boys B 1 - 4 Vale Wanderers 13/1

New Oak Boys B beaten by Vale Wanderers.
10th placed New Oak Boys B were beaten at home by 3rd placed Vale Wanderers at Burrin Rd Carlow (New Oak Boys) at 2 pm

New Oak Boys B are currently on a losing streak of 5 games.
Form: L L L L L W L L D L W

Vale Wanderers have yet to be beaten away from home.
Form: W D W L D W W D W W

19/01/2019 00:20
Herald Striker Division
Celtic Stars 2 - 2 Slaney Rovers 13/1

Celtic Stars share honours with Slaney Rovers.
4th placed Celtic Stars were held to a 2-2 draw by League leaders Slaney Rovers at Ben Mulhall Park Clonegal (celtic Stars) at 11 am

Celtic Stars have yet to be beaten at home.
Form: D D W W D W L W L W W

Slaney Rovers have yet to be beaten away from home.
Form: D W W L W W W W W D W

19/01/2019 00:20
The Coffee Lady Womens League
Kilree Celtic 0 - 6 Mill Celtic 13/1

Kilree Celtic suffer defeat to Mill Celtic.
Kilree Celtic were comprehensively beaten at home by Mill Celtic at Ashfield road Bagenalstown (kilree Celtic) at 2 pm

Both teams have already played a single game.

19/01/2019 00:20
Whites Total Health Pharmacy Division
Castlemore United 1 - 0 Nurney Villa B 13/1

Castlemore United claim victory against Nurney Villa B.
10th placed Castlemore United marginally won 1-0 against their visitors, 11th placed Nurney Villa B at Carlow Rd Tullow at 11 am

Castlemore United
Form: W L L L L L W L L L L L L

Nurney Villa B are currently on a losing streak of 6 games.They have yet to win away from home.
Form: L L L L L L W L D L L L

19/01/2019 00:20
St Patricks Boys v St Joseph's FC
St pats just edge St Joseph's in tight affair
12/01 14:30
St Patricks Boys 2 - 1 St Joseph's FC

St Pats 2 . St Joseph's.

This was a very even match with both teams trying to play football but chances went a begging in the first half from both teams 0-0 at Half Time .The second half started with both teams pushing forward and it was St Pats who were to score first after a mistake in the Joeys defence .St Joseph's we're level 10 mins later when Kian Dooley crossed for Aongus o se to score 1-1 but it was St Pats who got the winner from the penalty spot it was a tight game and could have gone either way but it was St Pats who got the spoils F/T 2-1.

Best Players for St Joseph's : Aongus o se , Kenneth Bello and Daniel Hegarty.

12/01/2019 17:12
JF Sports Youths League
Parkville United 1 - 0 Crettyard United 12/1

Parkville United claim victory against Crettyard United.
League leaders Parkville United marginally won 1-0 against their visitors, 4th placed Crettyard United at Hawkins Lane Tullow (Parkville United) at 2:30 pm

Parkville United have yet to be beaten at home.
Form: W W D W W W L W W D

Crettyard United
Form: L W L W W D W L L D D

19/01/2019 00:20