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Dolmen Celtic v Parkville United
Prem League 12/12 11:00
Dolmen Celtic 1 - 2 Parkville United

Dolmen Celtic 1

Parkville United 2

Eoin Dempsey struck twice in 10 minutes late on to win the game for Parkville as Dolmen slipped to a fifth consecutive defeat in the league to leave them in a battle against the drop. Parkville started well but were twice denied by the woodwork in a goalless first half. Cian Madden was first up to be denied by the goal frame as his header came back off the crossbar on 25 minutes. Dempsey then saw his shot rebound off the post after been set up by TJ Kavanagh on the half hour. It wasn't all one way traffic and Celtic's Joe Doran dragged his effort wide after been put through on goal by Keelan Lacey as the sides went into the break at 0-0. The second half saw Kavanagh fire wide early on before Dolmen took the lead in bizarre fashion. John Nangle long pass from inside his own half was caught by wind, bounced over the United keeper and into the net just after the hour mark. Tyris O'Rock had a chance to double that lead shortly afterwards but his effort was well saved. With 15 minutes left, Dempsey had Parkville level. Celtic failed to clear a Kavanagh corner and Dempsey pounced on the loose ball to make it 1-1. Parkville piled forward in search of the winner, and it arrived 5 minutes from time, Kavanagh again with the assist as Dempsey slotted his and United's second. The drama didn't finish there however and with time almost up Dolmen won a corner, Keelan Lacey's delivery was perfect and Colin Nolan thought he'd equalised only for the ball to hit the underside of the crossbar, that rebound fell to Joe Doran but his snap shot was saved by Jason Murphy as United held on for the 3 points. Eoin Dempsey, TJ Kavanagh, and Dylan Sheridan impressed for the winners while Colin Nolan, Lorcan Canavan and Ben Doorley were best for Celtic.

12/12/2021 20:10
Ballymurphy Celtic v Parkville United
14/11/21 11 am
Prem League 14/11 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 1 - 2 Parkville United

Match Photographs

Ballymurphy Celtic 1

Parkville United 2

Parkville maintained their impressive start to the league with a third win on the bounce but they had to do it the hard way in Ballymurphy as Celtic led 1-0 at half time. Parkville made the early running, Dylan Sheridan seeing a couple of headers from Tommy Murphy crosses saved by Kyle Foley. Nick Nolan had the ball in the net for Parkville midway through the half but that was ruled marginally offside. Celtic grew more and more into the game and on the stroke of half time they opened the scoring, Lauren Scully supplied the pass for Declan Brennan to glide in behind the United back line and Brennan kept his cool as he slotted home to give Celtic the lead. The second half saw United apply all the pressure and it took barely 10 minutes for it to pay off, Mike Dobosz winning back possession before releasing Nick Nolan on goal to make it 1-1. Dobosz saw another effort chalked off for offside as Parkville pushed for a lead goal and it duly arrived 20 minutes from time, Dobosz again the provider as Nolan netted his and United's second to deservedly put the hosts ahead. Celtic tried to respond with Luke Roache squaring for Declan Brennan but there was too much pace on the cross as it went across the face of goal and away to safety. A thunderous drive from United's Jamie Walsh brought the save of the game from Foley as United looked to extend the lead but it mattered little as Parkville held on to claim the points and keep their 100% record in tact, rewarding the play of Nick Nolan, Jamie Walsh and Mike Dobosz. Best on the day for Celtic were Kyle Foley, Declan Brennan and Michael O'Grady.

14/11/2021 20:19
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.

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.

17/04/2022 20:59
Parkville United v Hanover Harps
Prem League 10/04 11:00
Parkville United 10 - 0 Hanover Harps
Nick Nolan bagged 4 goals as United completely overran Harps on Sunday morning. Nolan opened the scoring on 15 minutes as he just beat Hanover keeper Pa Dowling to Joe Sunderland's cross to head home. Sunderland was on the scoresheet himself 10 minutes later as he finished off a fine team move to make it 2-0. With Hanover struggling to get to grips with the game it was soon 3-0, TJ Kavanagh racing through a static Harps back line before finding the net to give Parkville a healthy half time advantage. It got better for United after the restart as 2 goals in 2 minutes put the hosts 5-0 in front. Nick Nolan grabbing his second of the game before Paddy Hickey headed home from a corner. Harps rallied briefly and Johnny Waters headed a Dylan Walsh corner off the crossbar before Dylan Twoig saw his well struck effort saved by Jason Murphy at his near post. But thereafter it was more of the same,substitute Cian Doran scored with his first touch to make it 6-0 before he slotted home his second and Parkville's seventh on 70 minutes. Hanover then lost Johnny Waters to a second yellow and the 10 men conceded 3 more before the end. Nolan netted 2 more to complete his 4 goal haul before Tom Pollard finished off the scoring late on to cap a fine team display for United with the 3 points meaning a third placed finish for the Tullow outfit, their highest in a decade, while Hanover will want to quickly forget a very bad day at the office.
17/04/2022 20:39
St. Patricks Boys v Parkville United
Prem League 27/03 11:00
St. Patricks Boys 2 - 1 Parkville United
In this game where third from top played third from bottom it was St Pats that upset a fancied Parkville side. In an even and keenly contested first half Parkville had slightly better of the early play. Cian Doran will count himself unlucky to have a goal chalked off for offside midway through the half, another effort from Doran brought a great save from the Pats keeper. The hosts made the most of those let offs when they took the lead 10 minutes before half time, David Brennan's cross from the left headed into the net by a United defender to see the Boys into the break 1-0 up. There was little between the sides in the second half, Parkville had better possession with Pats looking dangerous on the break. With 15 minutes left Parkville turned their possession into a goal, Jack O'Neill made yards down the right wing before crossing for Michael Dobosz to power home the equaliser. TJ Kavanagh then teed up Dobosz but this time his effort was saved. It was then Pats turn and Ethan O’Neill cut in off the wing before unleashing a shot which Jason Murphy saved but the keeper was powerless to stop Chris Gaul's follow up and Pats had their winner. Best for the hosts on the day included Anto Lawlor, Cathal Ryan and Vinny Dowling while impressing for Parkville were Cian Doran, Lee Kavanagh and Jamie Walsh.
27/03/2022 18:25
Parkville United v Dolmen Celtic
Prem League 20/03 11:00
Parkville United 7 - 1 Dolmen Celtic
Parkville went third in the table after this rout of Celtic on Sunday morning, not close enough to challenge for the title but confirming their status as the best of the rest. TJ Kavanagh had gone close twice early on before Jack O'Neill opening the scoring on 10 minutes with a sweetly struck effort from 18 yards. Michael Dobosz doubled the lead shortly afterwards; Lee Kavanagh's effort was saved and Dobosz pounced on the rebound. Dolmen got a goal back midway through the half, Paul Connors picked the pocket of a Parkville defender before firing home from 25 yards to leave it 2-1 at the interval. The second half was all one way traffic but it was 20 minutes in before United added to their tally, Jack O'Neill teeing up Michael Dobosz to make it 3-1. Another assist from O'Neill set up Dylan Sheridan to score with a powerful back post header before Cian Doran set up Dobosz to complete his hat trick with 10 minutes left on the clock as he made it 5-1. With Dolmen starting to tire Parkville ran in more goals, Craig Staunton fired home number six from the edge of the area and there was still time for Cian Doran to slot home a debut goal before the final whistle. Impressive for United were Michael Dobosz, Cian Doran and Jack O'Neill while Paul Connors and Owen Gorman battled to the end for Celtic.
27/03/2022 18:07
Kilree Celtic v Parkville United
Prem League 06/03 11:00
Kilree Celtic 2 - 3 Parkville United
TJ Kavanagh's free kick 15 minutes from time saw Parkville come back from 2-0 down to beat Kilree who had 2 men sent off when the game was tied at 2-2. It all started so different for the hosts, Alan MacDonald getting on the end of a Mark MacDonald pass to slot the hosts ahead on 15 minutes. Parkville were frustrated in front of goal, Craig Staunton cracked his effort off the crossbar and when Michael Dobosz was fouled as he followed up the rebound the referee pointed to the spot but Nathan Byrne saved the penalty and Parkville's frustration continued into the break. Early second half chances for Parkville were wasted before Kilree pounced to double the lead, Victor Watkins cross finding Alan Salter unmarked at the back post to make it 2-0 on 55 minutes. The next 20 minutes saw United turn the game on it's head. The introduction of Cian Doran changed the momentum of the game towards the visitors when he smashed a 20 yard effort into the top corner with his first touch just after the hour. 10 minutes later it was 2-2, TJ Kavanagh evading a couple of tackles before firing home the equaliser. Kilree then lost their discipline and 2 men to red cards and paid the price. Parkville piled on the pressure which eventually yielded a free kick just outside the penalty area which Kavanagh expertly despatched to the net for the winner and reward the efforts of Craig Staunton, Ronan Healy and Cian Doran. Kilree's best included Darragh O'Meara, Victor Watkins and David MacDonald.
13/03/2022 15:01
Parkville United v Crettyard United
26/02/2022 20:40
New Oak Boys v Parkville United
26/02/2022 20:32
Parkville United v Ballymurphy Celtic
Prem League 16/01 11:00
Parkville United 5 - 0 Ballymurphy Celtic
Parkville's quest for a first Premier Division title since 2004 remains alive as they brushed aside Celtic at Hawkins Lane on Sunday to remain in second place just 3 points behind leaders New Oak. Despite dominating possession in the first half United only had a solitary Craig Staunton goal to show for their efforts at half time. That goal arriving after just 7 minutes, TJ Kavanagh supplying the cross for Staunton to head home at the back post. It was half an hour before United created another decent chance, Tom Pollard setting up Staunton but this time his effort was wide of the mark. Celtic's Kevin Foley missed a chance to level matters just before the break but after getting in behind the United rear-guard he couldn't direct his effort on goal and Parkville took their slender lead into the break. Within 5 minutes of the second half Parkville effectively killed the game off. TJ Kavanagh with another assist, this time for Mike Dobosz who slotted home from a tight angle to make it 2-0 within a minute of the restart and shortly afterwards Staunton netted his second and Parkville's third, Cian Doran doing the hard work before teeing up Staunton to slot home. In fairness to Celtic, they kept plugging away but Thomas Doyle saw his effort saved just after the hour before Parkville's relentless pressure yielded another couple of goals before the end. Kavanagh completed a hat trick of assists on 70 minutes, this time setting up Joe Sunderland to score before getting in on the scoring act himself with 12 minutes left, getting on the end of a Staunton pass before brilliantly chipping over the keeper to make it 5-0. Best for United on the day were TJ Kavanagh, Cian Madden and Craig Staunton while Celtic's best included MJ Doran, Mark Moloney and Kevin Foley.
30/01/2022 19:52
Parkville United v St. Joseph's FC
U17 League 15/01 14:30
Parkville United 1 - 7 St. Joseph's FC

Parkville 1

St Joseph’s 7

Parkville hosted St Joseph's in the under17 league, St Joseph's started well and pressed hard from the off, the had a few wasteful chances before James Cranny put them ahead from a Charlie Deacy cross, on 25 minutes John Byrne added a second when he rose highest for a corner. Three minutes later St Joseph's added a third when Adam Segar tapped in after the ball came back off the post from a James Cranny shot. St Joseph's continued to press hard, and we're rewarded with a forth when a corner was turned into his own net by a Parkville defender. Leaving the half time score at 4-0 to the visitors. The second half started very flat from both sides however midway through the half Jamie Fitzharris slotted home at the back post from a Paddy Hogan cross, this seemed to spark St Joseph's again and with ten minutes left a fierce shot from Ross Moran found the top Corner, with only five minutes left, Paddy Hogan added a seventh running into a through ball. Parkville did have time for a consolation goal when Oisin Lyons lobbed the advancing St Joseph's keeper. Leaving a full-time score of 1-7, an outstanding team performance from St Joseph's with Dan Brennan playing an exceptional captain Role and Ross Moran the outstanding player of the match. Best for Parkville were Senan Murphy, Charlie Brennan, Kuba Konieczny, Rioghan O’Callaghan who caused problems with tireless effort after coming on up front.

30/01/2022 19:48
Parkville United v Burrin Celtic
Kenny wonder goal keeps Burrin Top
U17 League 11/12 14:30
Parkville United 1 - 3 Burrin Celtic

This is always a big local derby between school mates and the rivalry was building all week as Parkville were determined to put a dent in local rival’s title charge. However, it wasn’t to be as Burrin took the three points with a goal worthy of winning any game at any level. Burrin started off the brighter of the two teams getting a very early goal when Glenn O’Rourke followed in a Jack Kenny free kick to score a header and put Burrin 1-0 up very early on. Jack Kenny doubled Burrin’s lead when he ran down the left wing to beat the full back and slot the ball in the bottom right to make it 2-0 after just 15 minutes and the writing looked on the wall for Parkville.

Parkville slowly got into the game as Burrin got lazy and sloppy and really struggled on a pitch that hasn’t seen a lawnmower for a long time and made passing very difficult. The home side got a goal back on the stroke of half time when Oisín Lyons cut in from the left to slot the ball past the Burrin keeper 5 minutes before half time. The score was 2-1 in Burrin’s favour at half time.

Burrin came out to get a third in the second half and just could not take their chances in a one sided half where Parkville struggled to get out of their own half for 45 minutes. Jack Kenny had a couple of free kick’s saved midway through the second half. Both teams battled the majority of the half out with Burrin creating the most chances. Burrin finally got their 3rd goal with 10 minutes left of the game and what a goal it was. Defending a corner Jack Kenny took the ball on the edge of his own penalty box and went on to beat the whole Parkville team by running the full length of the pitch and slotting the ball in the bottom right to seal the victory for Burrin with a simple stunning individual goal where he beat at least 8 players by dribbling past them and invading the tackles. Parkville put in a great performance but Burrin we’re just too strong on the day. Best for Burrin were Jack Kenny, Jimmie Carroll and Evan Corr.

12/12/2021 20:11
Parkville United v Kilree Celtic
Prem League 05/12 11:00
Parkville United 2 - 3 Kilree Celtic

Parkville United 2

Kilree Celtic 3

Parkville lost in the league for the first time this season as Kilree made it 4 wins on the bounce. United were the better side for most of the first half, creating early chances for Nick Nolan and TJ Kavanagh but neither could trouble the Celtic net minder. United continued to probe and deservedly hit the front on the half hour, Tom Pollard cut in off the right wing before firing his effort to the net for the opening goal. Nick Nolan should have added to that but dragged his effort wide as half time approached. The second half saw a huge improvement from Kilree and within 8 minutes of the restart they were level, Peter Abbey teeing up Alan MacDonald to make it 1-1. Kilree's pressure yielded a second goal 15 minutes from time, Peter Abbey making the most of a mix up between two defenders as he picked up a loose ball in the box and his shot on the turn found the top corner. It was 3-1 to the visitors 10 minutes later, Tommy Cummins' header came back off the crossbar, but Abbey was on hand to knock in the rebound. Parkville did pull a goal back through Dylan Sheridan, but it was too little too late as Kilree rise to third in the table rewarding the efforts of Darragh O'Meara, Victor Watkins and Peter Abbey. United's best included Tom Pollard and Dylan Sheridan

05/12/2021 21:28
Slaney Rovers v Parkville United
KCLR Shield 28/11 11:00
Slaney Rovers 4 - 0 Parkville United

Slaney Rovers 4

Parkville United 0

Rovers booked a place in the KCLR Shield Final against New Oak with this win over United. Parkville went into the game as favourites, unbeaten in the league, against a Rovers side whose form had deserted them in recent weeks but as so often happens in Knock out competition, the form book was burnt. United were the better side for most of the first half, but despite piling on the pressure and carving out decent chances, none of Michael Dobosz, Nick Nolan or Jack O'Neill could convert when well placed. With 5 minutes to the break Slaney made them pay for those missed chances, Adam Keogh and Lubohir Lesko combined brilliantly to set up Dominic Byrne and despite loud appeals for offside Byrne kept his cool to fire Rovers into a half time lead. Parkville dominated the early second half exchanges but were denied twice by the goal frame as both Nolan and O'Neill saw efforts come back off the post. With Parkville pressing forward their high defensive line was exposed when Lesko put a simple ball over the top for the on running Adam Keogh to smash home Rovers' second goal just after the hour. 15 minutes later it was 3-0, Conor O'Brien gliding by 3 defenders before picking his spot and leaving Parkville with a mountain to climb. United to their credit kept plugging away but got no joy from a defence led by Regan Murphy. With time almost up Rovers added their fourth, Shane Murphy heading home from a Joe Thompson corner as Slaney eased into the final in bid to win their first Carlow Shield since 2011. Best on the day for Slaney were Paddy Farrell, Mick Foley and Joe Thompson while Michael Dobosz and Jack O'Neill stood out for Parkville.

05/12/2021 21:04
Parkville United v Nurney Villa
U17 League 20/11 14:30
Parkville United 2 - 11 Nurney Villa

Parkville United AFC 2 – 11 Nurney Villa AFC.

Nurney started the game very well, passing the ball around and creating themselves lots of space and their possession was rewarded on five minutes, when Oisin Maloney scored from a Ben Smyth cross or 0 – 1. Nurney continued to pressurise Parkville and a good shot by Shane Kelly, brought a good save from the Parkville keeper. Nurney doubled their lead on ten minutes when Ben Smyth scored with a header from a corner and Oisin Maloney scored for his brace and make 0-3 t Nurney. Parkville were awarded a penalty on twenty three minutes, which they successfully converted to make it 1 -3 and thereafter, Nurney continued to pile on the pressure and this enabled Shane Kelly to score Nurney’s fourth and they took that 1-4 lead into the interval. Nurney started the second-half the same as the first and Shane Kelly scored again for 1-5 and Shane’s own personal brace and he then completed his hat-trick on fifty eight minutes to make it 1-6. Oisin Maloney scored another goal on sixty minutes, to complete his own hat-trick , making it 1-7. Nurney struck again on sixty three minutes, when Shane Kelly scored his fourth bringing the score to 1-8 and only three minutes later Oisin Maloney replicated his team-mate when he scored his fourth and make the score 1-9. On seventy three minutes Parkville scored their second, with a good strike, from a free-kick. Nurney continued to dominate the game and scored their tenth when Aidan Nolan scored from a tight angle inside the box on seventy nine minutes. Nurney scored their final goal through Tristan Searson to make the final score 2-11.

28/11/2021 15:16
Parkville United v Ballymurphy Celtic
U17 League 13/11 14:30
Parkville United 0 - 8 Ballymurphy Celtic

Parkville United AFC 0 – 8 Ballymurphy Celtic AFC.

Ballymurphy had a great win against Parkville, after a few tough weeks, where they had been up against it and this result will hopefully, give them confidence, as the season progresses.

Ballymurphy started the better and went ahead on ten minutes through Jack Cummins for 0-1 and quickly made it 0-2 through Luke Joyce on seventeen minutes.

Joyce made it 0-3 on thirty-three minutes, as he completed his brace and on forty two minutes Tadgh Farrell made it 0-4 and that was the score at half-time.

In the second half, Ballymurphy continued to punish Parkville, with Luke Joyce completing his hat-trick on fifty-five minutes to make it 0-5 and Jack Cummins scored on sixty five minutes to complete his brace and make the score 0-6.

Two late goals from the ‘dynamic duo’ of Joyce and Cummins, saw Luke Joyce grab his fourth goal of the game for 0-7 and Jack Cummins complete his hat-trick on eighty eight minutes to make the final score 0-8.

Besides the exploits of the two main goalscorers – best for Ballymurphy were Mike Joyce, Cian Quirke and Conor Coleman. Best for Parkville: Callum Murray and James Boland in midfield. Sennan Murphy and Ryan Maher did very well in centre back but had their hands full with Ballymurphys pace, Patrick Dzbynski was impressive for his first game in goal. Conor Nolan looked bright when introduced at half time.

28/11/2021 14:51
Parkville United v St. Patricks Boys
Prem League 31/10 11:00
Parkville United 5 - 2 St. Patricks Boys

Parkville United 5

St Patrick's Boys 2

Parkville ran out easy winners in the end, but it could have been very different had St Pats managed to build on an early 2 goal lead. It all started so well for the visitors; Mark Delaney's corner was headed home by Jake Nolan inside 5 minutes. On 8 minutes it was 2-0, Pat's awarded a penalty after Nathan Doyle was fouled in the area and Delaney converted from the spot. Parkville needed a response, and it came midway through the half, Joe Sunderland's cross knocked in from close range by Michael Dobosz to leave the minimum between the teams. Pats missed a glorious chance to restore their 2-goal advantage, but Enoch Olanase couldn't convert when well-placed and the sides went into the break with Pats holding a slim lead. That slim advantage was gone within 3 minutes of the restart, Dobosz won the ball just outside the Pats area and Jack O'Neill supplied the finish from 25 yards to make it 2-2. Parkville hit the front on the hour, Cain Madden winning possession before laying off to Craig Staunton whose effort took a wicked deflection and looped over a stranded Pat's keeper. The visitors responded well and almost levelled things up but Mark Delaney's header from a corner came back off the crossbar. Parkville made the most of this let off and struck for a fourth with 10 minutes left TJ Kavanagh powering his way through the Pat's backline before firing low inro the corner to make it 4-2. Nick Nolan finished off the scoring late on for United with a neat back heal as the hosts ran out 5-2 winners, rewarding the efforts of Jack O'Neill, Tom Pollard and TJ Kavanagh. Best for St Pat's on the day were Anto Lawlor, Jake Nolan and Dylan Costigan

31/10/2021 20:08
St. Joseph's FC v Parkville United
U17 League 30/10 14:30
St. Joseph's FC 0 - 3 Parkville United

St Joseph’s AFC 4 – 1 Parkville Utd AFC

Parkville started the brighter and had the bulk of the possession for the first twenty minutes and Joey’s were confined to occasional long balls into the Parkville half, but it paid off when they scored on twenty minutes.

Thereafter, Joey’s played themselves into the game impressively, netting another goal, after yet another long ball to make it 2-0 and they took that lead into the interval.

After 18 minutes of the second-half Joey’s scored another goal to make the score 3-0, before Parkville’s Nicky Moore got up well to head home a corner, which was some consolation, as it lifted them until the end of the match, however, Joey’s sealed the win with a well worked goal in the last minute, to give Joey’s a very comfortable 4-1 win.

It was a good all-round team performance by Joey’s and man of the match for Parkville was their keeper Matthew Hyde.

31/10/2021 20:06
Parkville United v Slaney Rovers
Prem League 24/10 11:00
Parkville United 1 - 0 Slaney Rovers

Parkville United 1

Slaney Rovers 0

Nick Nolan's strike midway through the first half proved enough for United in this derby at Hawkins Lane. The visitors started much the better of the sides, Lubohir Lesko denied a goal on 10 minutes by a last ditch goal line clearance by Dave McCarney. Conor O'Brien was also denied by some solid defending as United weathered an early storm. Towards the end of the first quarter Slaney paid dearly for those missed chances. Eoin Dempsey won possession and fed Jamie Walsh on the overlap, Walsh finding Nick Nolan with a pin point cross for Nolan to finish low into the corner for 1-0. Only an excellent save by Fergal Harmon from Jack O'Neill shortly afterwards prevented United from doubling the lead. The second half was very stop start, free kicks and offsides disrupting the flow of the game. Parkville's Tom Pollard had an effort well saved by Harmon before a tight offside call pulled up Michael Dobosz when he was through on goal on the hour.The introduction of Craig Staunton and TJ Kavanagh gave Parkville fresh legs and when the pair combined on the left, Kavanagh let fly with an audacious shot from 35 yards that just went over the bar. With time running out Slaney's last chance fell to Gareth Doyle but his well struck free kick was brilliantly saved by Sean Tompkins as Parkville held on for a well deserved 3 points. Dave McCarney stood out for United on the day while Slaney were well served by Shane Murphy, Adam Keogh and Mick Foley.

24/10/2021 20:55
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13/05Carlow cupNew Oak Boys A31Parkville United
30/04Carlow cupParkville United31Kilree Celtic
16/04Prem cupParkville United13Vale Wanderers
09/04Carlow cupParkville United41Ballymurphy Celtic
02/04Prem LeagueParkville United00Crettyard United
02/04Div 1 cupDolmen Celtic30Parkville United B
26/03Div 1Parkville United B22Crettyard United B
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12/03Div 1Parkville United B20Ardattin Athletic FC
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05/03Prem LeagueParkville United16New Oak Boys
05/03Div 1Dolmen Celtic90Parkville United B
26/02Div 1Round Tower Rovers22Parkville United B
26/02Prem LeagueKilree Celtic21Parkville United
19/02Div 1Bagenalstown AFC42Parkville United B
12/02Prem LeagueBallymurphy Celtic02Parkville United
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04/02Prem LeagueSt. Patricks Boys32Parkville United
29/01Prem LeagueParkville United24Killeshin FC
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