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Killeshin FC v St. Fiacc's FC 2/6
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7th placed Killeshin FC play host to 6th placed St. Fiacc's FC at Scats Quakers Park, Killeshin at 7:30 pm

Killeshin FC has yet to win in this competition, having lost all 4 games.
Form: L L L L    Home Form: L

St. Fiacc's FC has yet to win in this competition.
Form: L D L D    Away Form: D D

Prediction: Away Win for St. Fiacc's FC
29/05/2023 02:52
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St. Fiacc's FC 0 - 3 Bridge United 26/5
St. Fiacc's FC beaten by Bridge United.
6th placed St. Fiacc's FC were beaten at home by League leaders Bridge United at Superbowl Leighlinbridge (Vale Wanderers) at 7:30 pm

St. Fiacc's FC has yet to win in this competition.
Form: L D L D

Bridge United has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 2 out of its last 4 games.
Form: W D D W

29/05/2023 02:52
St. Fiacc's FC v Slaney Rovers
o35 div 2 16/07 19:30
St. Fiacc's FC 3 - 0 Slaney Rovers
This game was built as potential decider with Fiaccs needing a win against the unbeaten Rathvilly side. After last week’s shock defeat St Fiaccs had a point to prove and started the game on the front foot and quickly took the lead when Alan Smith threaded a great through ball into Brian O’ Rourke who slotted the ball home. Fiaccs continued to dominate and not long after Roy Pearson played in Brian O’ Rourke who got his second of the game with a very good finish. The home side continued to press and were rewarded with a 3rd goal when Brian O’ Rourke set up Oisín Ayers to head the ball into the back of the net to make the half time score three nil. Slaney came out in the second half looking like a different team and started to press forward and their striker Daniel O Brien was denied by the woodwork twice but St Fiaccs held firm throughout the second half to keep the clean sheet and get a very important three points that moved them back to the top of the table with Slaney. It was an all-round excellent performance from the home side with Alan Smith, Brian O’ Rourke and Michael McGrath standing out. For Slaney Patrick Byrne, Gary Halpin and Declan Brennan trying the hardest.
17/07/2021 21:41
Village FC v St. Fiacc's FC
o35 div 2 10/07 17:00
Village FC 1 - 0 St. Fiacc's FC

Village 1 0 St Fiaccs

Village FC recorded their first win of the season with a gritty performance against unbeaten league leaders St. Fiacc's FC at the Superbowl in Leighlinbridge on Saturday evening. St Fiacc's started the brighter of the two sides and pressed the Village goal with slick passages of play during the opening 20 minutes. However, they were frustrated time and again by stout defending and resolute goal keeping from the home side. Village settled into the game and their counterattacking drew two corners before half-time. St Fiaccs started the second half as they had the first, and although they came close with an effort that hit the crossbar, the failed to put away several changes that came their way. Village continued to counter-attack and were awarded a penalty 25 minutes in when Brendan O'Driscoll was taken down in the box. Liam Walsh converted it, narrowly beating the keeper who got a hand to the ball. St Fiaccs looked for an equaliser, bombarding the Village goal in the last ten minutes, but couldn't find a way through. Best for Village were Liam Walsh, Jamie Horan and Paul Dunne.

10/07/2021 21:55
St. Fiacc's FC v Fortbarrington FC
o35 div 2 02/07 19:30
St. Fiacc's FC 4 - 0 Fortbarrington FC

St Fiaccs 4 0 Fortbarrington

St Fiaccs started the game very quick and had the away side on the back foot from early in the game and created a few early chances but failed to make any of them count until on the 15th minute Brian O Rourke opened the scoring for the home side and it didn't take him long to find the net again for his second goal to put the home side 2 up, a well worked goal with great build up play from Michael McGrath and Alan Butler set up Dennis Nolan to round the keeper and tuck the ball for Fiaccs 3rd to leave it at half time three to nil. Into the second half and the away side tried to come back into the game but Fiaccs defended extremely well, and it was the home side who scored a 4th when a Brian O Rourke deflected shot looped over the keeper. Best for the home side in a good all-round performance was Michael McGrath, Brian O’ Rourke and Alan Butler.

03/07/2021 20:46
St. Fiacc's FC v Killeshin FC
Killeshin run out winners.
o35 league 01/08 18:00
St. Fiacc's FC 0 - 5 Killeshin FC

Killeshin were out of the blocks quickest and should have been 1 up on 10 min when Mick McCartneys long range shot crossed the line and rebounded off the inner goal Stanton and the unsighted couldn't give the goal. 10 min later Shane Coakley thought he had given Killeshin the lead but it was rulled out for offside

Killeshin finally broke the deadlock on 20 min when Coakleys long range effort decived the keeper. HT 1-0

Coakley struck again 5 min into second half and goals quickly followed from Gary Brennan and Mick McCartney. Coakley got his hatrick to complete the 5-0 win.

Best for Killeshin, Mick McCartney, Tim O Brien and Ciaran Walsh.

01/08/2020 21:26
Ballymurphy Celtic v St. Fiacc's FC
Ladies carlow cup 26/01 14:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 1 - 6 St. Fiacc's FC

Ballymurphy Celtic 1

St Fiacc’s 6

St Fiacc’s had the better of the early exchanges but it took them until 27 minutes to break the deadlock when Kate McDonald was on hand to score.

Ballymurphy were still in the game until the hour mark until three quick fire goals put the game to bed from Kate McDonald, Clara Hayden and Courtney Forbes. Ballymurphy pulled one back when they were awarded a penalty and Kate Drennan made no mistake. McDonald would go on to complete a second half hat trick to book their place in the hat.

Kate McDonald, Sara Kerfah and Sinead Hayden did well for Fiacc’s while best for Ballymurphy were Emma Cooper, Kate Drennan and Laura Murphy.

07/02/2020 16:52
Club Summary
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St. Fiacc's FC Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Latest Results
26/05O35 Div 1St. Fiacc's FC03Bridge United
19/05O35 Div 1Carlow Rovers11St. Fiacc's FC
05/05O35 Div 1St. Fiacc's FC03Slaney Rovers
28/04O35 Div 1St. Patricks Boys11St. Fiacc's FC
02/04Div 2 cupSt. Fiacc's FC00Killeshin FC B
26/03Div 2 cupCastle Rangers14St. Fiacc's FC
19/03Div 2New Oak Boys B16St. Fiacc's FC
12/03Carlow cupCrettyard United B32St. Fiacc's FC
11/03Youths Div 1 cupHanover Harps32St. Fiacc's FC
04/03Div 2Burrin Celtic34St. Fiacc's FC
25/02U18 Div 1Burrin Celtic15St. Fiacc's FC
19/02Div 2St. Fiacc's FC42Baltinglass Town
12/02Div 2St. Fiacc's FC21Killeshin FC B
11/02U18 Div 1St. Fiacc's FC04Hanover Harps
05/02Div 2St. Fiacc's FC62Castle Rangers
29/01Div 2St. Fiacc's FC43Nurney Villa
28/01U18 Div 1St. Fiacc's FC23Ballymurphy Celtic
22/01Div 2St. Fiacc's FC73Vale Wanderers B
21/01U18 Div 1St. Fiacc's FC22St. Joseph's FC
15/01Div 2Nurney Villa32St. Fiacc's FC
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