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Ballymurphy Celtic v St. Joseph's FC 2/6
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2nd placed Ballymurphy Celtic play host to 3rd placed St. Joseph's FC at Ballymurphy at 7:30 pm

Ballymurphy Celtic has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 3 out of its last 4 games.
Form: D W W W    Home Form: D W W

St. Joseph's FC's last fixture played was a confident 3-0 win at home against Village FC.
Form: W L L W    Away Form: W

Prediction: Home Win for Ballymurphy Celtic
29/05/2023 04:20
Ardattin Athletic FC v Ballymurphy Celtic
Ardattin 2 Ballymurphy 3
KCLR Shield 28/08 11:00
Ardattin Athletic FC 2 - 3 Ballymurphy Celtic

Ballymurphy won a hard fought battle with Ardattin 3-2.

After an even start with changes for both teams Ballymurphy took the lead through a well taken free kick by Jack Cummins. Ardattin hit back immediately after Blain Cosgrove was fouled in the box, Liam Whelan converting. Just on half time Ballymurphy took the lead again when Jack Cummins converted a penalty and could have extended it further but for an Even Kearns save. Ballymurphy were reduced to 10 men shortly after half time but extended their lead after Jack Cummins converted another penalty. The Ballymurphy goal keeper made a great save to prevent Aaron Smith reducing the deficit. Ardattin pilled on the pressure and Liam Whelan fired home with a 25 yard shot to pull one back but 10 men Ballymurphy held on. Best for Ardattin were Ethan Smith, Liam Whelan and Michael Brown, for Ballymurphy Goalkeeper and Jack Cummins stood out

28/08/2022 13:45
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Ballymurphy Celtic 0 - 0 Bagenalstown AFC 27/5
Ballymurphy Celtic share points with Bagenalstown AFC.
2nd placed Ballymurphy Celtic were held to a 0-0 draw by League leaders Bagenalstown AFC at Ballymurphy at 5 pm

Ballymurphy Celtic has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 3 out of its last 4 games.
Form: D W W W

Bagenalstown AFC has yet to be beaten in this competition, having won 4 out of its last 5 games.
Form: D W W W W

29/05/2023 04:20
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.
17/04/2022 21:00
Ballymurphy Celtic v New Oak Boys
Prem League 10/04 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 0 - 1 New Oak Boys
New Oak moved to within touching distance of claiming the Premier Division title as bn see the Boys crowned champions. In a quiet first half chances were scarce. Jamie Doyle and Kevin Foley were impressing down the left for Celtic but couldn't get clear sight of goal At the other end Kyle Foley in the hosts goal snuffed any danger from some quality crosses from Daryl Coleman and Dylan Keightley. The best chance of the half fell to New Oak's Conor Byrne after great work from Lee Walker and Paul Broderick but Byrne's effort was well saved by Kyle Foley and the sides went into half time goalless. New Oak upped the tempo on the restart and the fist opening of the half fell to Lee Walker after Will Hayes beat his man to make the space but Walkers shot just cleared the crossbar. The introduction of Jamie Murphy and Lee Gordon gave New Oak the cutting edge they were lacking and nearly paid instant dividends when Murphy set up Paul Broderick, but he failed to test Foley in Celtic goal. Thomas Doyle also failed to find the target at other end but it was a rare excursion up field and as the half wore on New Oak began to turn the screw. After wasting some good possession and with time almost up New Oak finally got their goal. Jamie Murphy's brilliant cross from the right was met with a firm header from Lee Gordon, that was saved by Foley but Gordon managed to scramble the rebound into the net to claim the points and move New Oak ever so close to retaining the title. Best for the winners on the day were Cathal Gaffney, Chris Bermingham, Will Hayes and Cian Dowling. Celtic's best included Jack Cummins, Paul Foley and Jamie Doyle.
17/04/2022 20:38
Kilree Celtic v Ballymurphy Celtic
Prem League 27/03 11:00
Kilree Celtic 0 - 2 Ballymurphy Celtic
Goals from Jack Foley and MJ Doran all but guaranteed Ballymurphy's premier Division status for next season and confirmed Dolmen Celtic's relegation in the process. In perfect playing conditions it was Kilree that created the early chances, David MacDonald going close on 7 minutes. Alan MacDonald chanced his luck from the edge of the area and just cleared the crossbar as Kilree kept pressing. Ballymurphy started to get a grip on the game after that and clear sight on goals were scarce for the remainder of the half, Alan Salter for Kilree and Anthony Jordan for Bally trading missed chances before half time. The second half saw Ballymurphy take the game to their hosts and a little piece of trickery from Jack Foley had the visitors in front on the hour, Foley twisting and turning in the box before finally finding a yard of space and then finding the net. Kilree never really got going after this and 10 minutes later the lead was doubled. Jamie Doyle swung in a corner and with MJ Doran given the freedom of the six yard box he was left with a simple header from close range to put Ballymurphy in the box seat. The best Kilree could manage in the remaining time was a Mark MacDonald header which was cleared off the line with 5 minutes left on the clock as Ballymurphy held on for a crucial 3 points, reward for the efforts of Jack Foley, MJ Doran and Kevin Foley. Best for Kilree included Darragh O'Meara, Victor Watkins and Peter Abbey.
27/03/2022 18:24
Killeshin FC v Ballymurphy Celtic
u19 cup 19/03 14:30
Killeshin FC 8 - 4 Ballymurphy Celtic
The away side started the brightest an used a storing wind to their advantage with high balls causing the Killeshin defence trouble. They found themselves three up inside the first twenty minutes. They went 1-0 up from a through ball from Tim Brennan to Luke Joyce who slotted the ball home from 5 yards out. Ballymurphy didn't have it all their own way and it took some solid keeping from Sean Tracy to keep Ballymurphy in the game. Ballymurphy went 2-0 up when Luke Fenlon swung in a freekick from the semi-circle, and it took a deflection and lobbed their own keeper. Killeshin fought hard against the wind and got one back when Scott Roycroft got in one on one and slotted home to half the deficit. The visitors doubled the lead again when a long kickout from Sean Tracey took an awkward bounce and caught their keeper off guard and lobbed him. Roycroft got in again soon after and netted a second before the away side went four two up after an own goal. Roycroft struck twice more before the break to leave it four a piece at the half. Killeshin took the game to the away side in the second half an played them off the pitch some unbelievable periods of link up play cutting the bally defence apart. John O’ Shea netted a fine hat trick and Roycroft got a fifth to put the home side into the cup final. Best for Killeshin were Terry French, Aaron Scully, and Aaron Dorgan. Best for Ballymurphy were Luke Joyce, Tim Brennan, and Eoin Coleman
27/03/2022 18:06
Ballymurphy Celtic v Slaney Rovers
Prem League 06/03 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 2 - 0 Slaney Rovers
Ballymurphy claimed a huge win in their battle to avoid relegation, one more 3 pointer from their remaining 4 games would surely be enough to ensure Premier Division football for next season. The hosts were the better side for long periods of the first half, and opened the scoring on 15 minutes, Rovers failing to clear their lines and when the loose ball fell to Thomas Doyle on the edge of the box he fired home low to the keepers left to make it 1-0. Anthony Jordan then flashed a half volley just wide of the upright as Celtic pushed for another. Slaney were limited to set pieces but free kicks from Conor O'Brien and Eoin Curran were both wide of the mark. Just after the half hour Ballymurphy and Doyle struck again, Doyle again finding himself with an inch of space on the edge of the 18 yard box and again firing low to the keepers left to leave it 2-0 at the break. The second half saw a much improved Rovers but with Ballymurphy fighting for survival they were never going to give up anything easy. Shane Murphy brought a good save out of the home keeper and as the half went on Slaney created more openings for Robert Ryan and Dominic Byrne but neither could convert from close range. MJ Doran missed a good chance to extend the lead late on but it made little difference as Celtic held their lead to the final whistle to give a huge boost to their survival chances. Best for Celtic included Dara Tobin, Kevin Foley and Thomas Doyle. Impressing for Rovers on the day were Joe Thompson, Conor O’Brien and Shane Murphy.
13/03/2022 15:02
Ballymurphy Celtic v Killeshin FC
Prem League 27/02 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 2 - 3 Killeshin FC

Ballymurphy Celtic 2

Killeshin FC 3

Dragos Mamaliga netted a second half brace as Killeshin made it 3 wins on the bounce to move into third place. By contrast Celtic remain level on points with Dolmen at the bottom in the battle to avoid the drop. Killeshin had already created openings for Kieran Hennessy and Adam Steed before Ballymurphy opening the scoring on 20 minutes, Anthony Jordan played Thomas Doyle in on goal and his inch perfect chip found the net via the underside of the crossbar to put the hosts ahead. That lead only lasted 7 minutes, Niall Scully's cross caused panic in the Celtic penalty area and when the ball fell to Hennessy he slotted just inside the post for 1-1. Killeshin pushed on from there but it remained level at the break. The tempo was upped in the second half as both teams made light of a difficult breeze. Thomas Doyle and Anthony Jordan both had efforts saved for Celtic before the hour, but when the chance came to Killeshin they tucked it away. Adam Steed's cross evaded everyone except Mamaliga at the back post who made no mistake to make it 2-1 in the visitors favour. There's plenty of fight in this Celtic side and they were level 20 minutes from time, Jack Foley cooly picking his spot after been played in by MJ Doran and it looked like Celtic would get a very valuable point but with 5 minutes left Killeshin and Mamaliga struck again. Joyce Tsumbu beat his marker down the right before crossing for Steed, his effort was saved but the rebound fell to Mamaliga to net the winner and break Celtic hearts and reward a solid team performance from the visitors. Best for Ballymurphy included Thomas Doyle, Kevin Foley and Jack Foley.

27/02/2022 20:23
Vale Wanderers v Ballymurphy Celtic
u19 cup 26/02 14:30
Vale Wanderers 1 - 3 Ballymurphy Celtic

Vale Wanderers 1

Ballymurphy 3

Ballymurphy showed a masterclass performance in the Superbowl on Saturday afternoon. They fell behind in the tenth minute when Vale Wanderers took an early lead through a long range strike from Aedan Byrne but weren't long claiming one back through Jack Cummins who turned the back line inside out and was brought down in the box, he then took the penalty and scored to the bottom left. Ballymurphy were well on top from here with Luke Kavanagh and Luke Fenlon in the middle dominating the play. Luke Joyce had a ball played in from the right wing by Luke Kavanagh and he took it well and placed it beyond the keeper into the top left corner from close range to give the visitors a deserved lead after 38 minutes. Ballymurphy had the wind at their backs in the second half and looked in real control while Vale only had a couple of chances but solid defending from Thomas Joyce, Michael Joyce and David Coleman kept them at bay. Jack Cummins had 2 chances within 3 minutes and hit the target but the keeper saved both times. Eoin Coleman headed a corner ball off the line and then it broke to Adam Farrell who passed to Luke Joyce who struck on the half volley with precision to beat the keeper in the last 10 minutes as Ballymurphy ran out comfortable winners. Best for Ballymurphy were Jack Cummins, Luke Joyce and Luke Kavanagh

27/02/2022 20:21
Crettyard United v Ballymurphy Celtic
Prem League 20/02 11:00
Crettyard United 2 - 0 Ballymurphy Celtic

Crettyard United 2

Ballymurphy Celtic 0

In one of the few games to survive the weather at the weekend Crettyard took full points to close the gap on New Oak to just 3 points as this season's title race begins to hot up. Crettyard began with the string wind on their backs and dominated for long periods but were struggling in front of goal. Gearoid Cuddihy cracked a free kick off the post midway through the half and the usually lethal Lee Salter saw a couple of efforts go the wrong side of the post. United finally opened the scoring just after the half hour, Celtic failed to deal with a free kick into the penalty area and Salter pounced on the loose ball to slot it beyond Kyle Foley in the Ballymurphy goal. At the other end Anto Jordan and Jack Foley were a handful for the United defence but couldn't get clear sight of goal. The second half saw wind assisted Celtic with more possession but chances came and went for Dara Tobin and Declan Brennan. In these tight games you have to take you chances went they come along or you get punished and that's exactly what Crettyard did. The introduction of Ryan Byrne brought new energy to the Crettyard attack and the chances started coming again. Kyle Foley denied Salter after he was released on goal by Danny Doyle on 75 minutes but 5 minutes later the young 'keeper was powerless to stop Doyle doubling the lead after good work from Salter and Byrne. As always with Celtic they battled to the end but it's rare for United to drop points from such a strong position. It's now 7 straight wins in the Premier Division for United since losing to Celtic back in November while Celtic haven't managed a 3 pointer since that game. Best for Crettyard on the day were Craig Comerford, Lee Salter and Danny Doyle while Ballymurphy were best served by Paul Kirwan, Killian Harvey and Mikey Sullivan.

26/02/2022 20:50
Ballymurphy Celtic v Killeshin FC
U17 cup 12/02 14:30
Ballymurphy Celtic 0 - 2 Killeshin FC

Ballymurphy 0

Killeshin 2

League champions Killeshin travelled all the way to Ballymurphy as they started their campaign to win the double. Ballymurphy were determined to cause a shock, but it wasn’t to be as the league winners set up a thrilling semi-final against league runners up Hanover. Both teams started well in a cold day in Ballymurphy. The pitch conditions could not let both teams play along the ground. It was Killeshin who scored first with an over-the-top ball by Dylan Williamson to Michael Dooley who finished well in the 25th minute. Killeshin kept up the pressure and found another goal when Ryan Harrington made a great run down the wing and played it back to Dylan Williamson who fired home a volley into the top right-hand corner. The game finished 2-0 to Killeshin with a great fight by Ballymurphy in the second half. Best players from Killeshin were Darragh Byrne, Killian Barry and Dylan Williamson.

26/02/2022 20:38
Ballymurphy Celtic v Dolmen Celtic
Prem League 06/02 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 2 - 2 Dolmen Celtic

Ballymurphy Celtic 2

Dolmen Celtic 2

John Nangle's goal 5 minutes from time rescued a point for Dolmen in this relegation battle on Sunday morning. The visitors had first use of the strong breeze and went close through both Danny Thompson and Ben Doorley early on. The opening goal arrived for Dolmen midway through the half, Jamie Doorley heading home Thompson's corner for 1-0. Ballymurphy were back in the game 10 minutes before half time when Mick O'Neill was fouled in the area and Kevin Foley slotted the spot kick to tie things up at the break. With the wind on their backs it was Ballymurphy's turn to apply the pressure in the second half. Jack Foley and Thomas Doyle were proving a handful and Foley fired just wide on the hour. Shortly afterwards it was Jack Foley again causing problems as he hit the crossbar. Eventually Foley got his reward when Jason Cogley picked him out to slot the hosts ahead with 15 left on the clock. Dolmen were never going to give this one up though and with 5 minutes left it was substitute Nagle who popped up unmarked at the back post to tap home the equaliser and give the teams a point a piece in the battle to avoid the drop. Best for Ballymurphy were Dara Tobin, Kevin Foley and Jack Foley. Dolmen had solid showings from Patrick O'Brien, Boni Milangyo and Danny Thompson.

26/02/2022 20:31
Ballymurphy Celtic v St. Patricks Boys
Prem League 30/01 11:00
Ballymurphy Celtic 2 - 2 St. Patricks Boys
This draw, combined with Dolmen's win means just a point separates the bottom 3 in the battle to avoid relegation. The strong breeze played a big part, making it for either side to play constructive football. The opening goal arrived for the hosts on 20 minutes, a free kick into the Pats area caused havoc and after a few hashed attempts at clearances the ball fell to Alan Curran who slotted into the bottom corner. Pats battled back and were level 10 minutes before the break, Liam Byrne swung in a free kick and Anto Lawlor headed home to make it 1-1. The last chance of the first half fell to Celtic's Anthony Jordan but his effort just shaved the top of the crossbar on its way over. The restart saw Ballymurphy with the strong wind in their backs and they dominated possession. A Jason Cogley corner created a chance for Thomas Doyle but it was well saved on 60 minutes. Celtic kept pushing and the pressure yielded a penalty with 20 minutes left. Doyle was fouled in the area and Kevin Foley dispatched the spot kick to restore the home sides lead. Pats weren't done however and with 10 minutes left they made it 2-2, Bobby Doogue crossing for Danny Moran to square things up again. The closest anyone came to a winner late on was a half volley from Celtic's Anthony Jordan which came back off the crossbar. In the end the draw was probably a fair result but both teams know 3 pointers will be needed to pull away from the drop zone. Best for Ballymurphy on the day were Luke Kavanagh, Jamie Doyle, Kevin Foley, and Alan Curran while impressing for the visitors were Dylan Costigan, Chris Gaul and Jake Nolan.
30/01/2022 20:12
Vale Wanderers v Ballymurphy Celtic
U19 League 29/01 14:30
Vale Wanderers 6 - 0 Ballymurphy Celtic
Vale wanders hosted Ballymurphy Celtic fc in latest round of u19s league. Vale pushed for an opener when cross bar denied a great strike by Mark Fitzgerald once again. The home side bagged first goal when a corner from mark Fitzgerald went all the way to far top corner. This was far from the end of vales first half scoring when Aedan Byrne finished from close range and Charlie Nolan scoring from outside of the box. A Zack Kelly overlap on the right side saw the defender set up like Bailey for his 4th goal in 3 games. The second half saw Vale continue in search for goals. They got two more with Cormac Murphy slotting home a penalty and substitute Shane Cowman netting also. Best for Vale were Cormac Murphy, Mark Fitzgerald, and Zack Kelly. Best for Ballymurphy were Tim Brennan, Oisín Martin, and Eoin Coleman.
30/01/2022 20:08
Ballymurphy Celtic v Dolmen Celtic
U19 League 22/01 14:30
Ballymurphy Celtic 2 - 1 Dolmen Celtic
Ballymurphy took lead after twenty minutes through Luke Fenlon with a speculator bicycle kick and he doubled lead after thirty-five minutes with a well place shot. Dolmen pulled one back after 80 minutes with Denis Istrati knocking home a scramble in the box. Best players for dolmen on the day were Ben Coakley, and Mubatsiri Mudawapi . Best for Ballymurphy were Oisín Martin Luke Kavanagh, and Tim Brennan.
30/01/2022 20:07
Ballymurphy Celtic v St. Joseph's FC
U17 League 29/01 14:30
Ballymurphy Celtic 0 - 0 St. Joseph's FC
These two played out a very competitive scoreless draw. It was a great complete team performance from all 15 players from Tinryland. Up against a physically strong Ballymurphy team, St Josephs battled throughout the game and had the local team rattled at the end. Very commanding performance from the back line under the watchful eye of the excellent Sean Buggy in goal. All players played their part in this tough encounter and St Joseph's can look forward to finishing on a high to the end of their league campaign and are well capable of causing one or two Cup shocks in the coming weeks.
30/01/2022 20:06
Nurney Villa v Ballymurphy Celtic
U17 League 22/01 14:30
Nurney Villa 1 - 2 Ballymurphy Celtic

There was a very even start to the first half for both teams with the best chance going to Nurney when Darragh Fitzgerald hit the post on 7 minutes. Both teams created chances, but Ballymurphy got the opener on 22 minutes with a goal from Luke Joyce who continued his great scoring form. The rest of the half was entertaining but couldn't produce any more goals.

Ballymurphy started the 2nd half better than Nurney and caused Nurney problems early on.

Nurney weathered the storm and got a well-deserved equaliser when Oisín Maloney shot home on 82 minutes from play. It was looking like a draw was going to be the result until Ballymurphy scored a great goal on 88 minutes when Luke Joyce hit a curling shot into the right side of the Nurney net from just outside the box. Nurney tried to even things up in the last few minutes but couldn't get a result. Nurney's best players were Oisín Maloney, Aidan Nolan, and Ben Smyth. best for Ballymurphy were Finn Lyons, Tiernan Byrne, and David Coleman

30/01/2022 20:04
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
St Anne's Ballylinan v Ballymurphy Celtic
U17 League 15/01 14:30
St Anne's Ballylinan 0 - 0 Ballymurphy Celtic
Ballymurphy started strong with Luke Joyce missing an early chance from a low freekick. It was 50/50 from there on and jack Cummins had a great chance to score just before the half, but the keeper made a great save to leave it scoreless at half time. St. Annes grew into the game in the second half and created more chances but Sean Tracey in the Ballymurphy goal kept them at bay. Luke Joyce went close right at the end with a shot from distance but couldn't convert and the game finished without a goal. Best for Ballymurphy were Sean Tracy Pauric Kavanagh and JP Kelly
30/01/2022 19:48
Burrin Celtic v Ballymurphy Celtic
U17 League 08/01 14:30
Burrin Celtic 1 - 2 Ballymurphy Celtic
Burrin started off very slow on the day and looked like a team who hadn’t played in a month. Ballymurphy’s striker was tripped in the box about 15 minutes in. They scored the penalty to go 1-0 up. Burrin woke up after this and started creating changes but a resilient Ballymurphy defence held off till halftime to go in with the lead. Burrin started the second half much stronger and got their equalizer from Evan Corr from a corner. Burrin dominated most of the game from here in. Ballymurphy got a free kick on the edge of the box with only a few minutes left which was placed in the top right corner leaving the Burrin keeper no chance. Burrin fought for another equalizer but couldn’t finish their chances on the day. Full time Ballymurphy 2-1 Burrin Celtic.
16/01/2022 20:56
Club Summary
Goals ScoredGoals ConcededClean SheetsRed CardsYellow Cards

Group A

1Vale Wanderers51721515
2New Oak Boys52762112
3Kilree Celtic5111107
4St. Fiacc's FC51120-96
5Hanover Harps5924-154
6St. Joseph's FC5315-120

Group B

1Crettyard United52702715
2Mill Celtic599010
3Baltinglass Town59908
4Ballymurphy Celtic5712-57
5Ardattin Athletic FC5512-73
6Slaney Rovers5015-150

Group C

1Killeshin FC52161513
2St. Patricks Boys52542112
3Parkville United51811710
4Bagenalstown AFC51020-106
5Dolmen Celtic51023-133
6Nurney Villa5626-200
Ballymurphy Celtic Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
Latest Results
27/05O35 Div 3Ballymurphy Celtic00Bagenalstown AFC
26/05Ballymurphy Celtic White13St. Patricks Boys
26/05Ballymurphy Celtic White13St. Patricks Boys
22/05Ballymurphy Celtic Green13Ballymurphy Celtic White
22/05Ballymurphy Celtic Green13Ballymurphy Celtic White
20/05O35 Div 3Ballymurphy Celtic62Dolmen Celtic
12/05Crettyard United30Ballymurphy Celtic White
12/05Crettyard United30Ballymurphy Celtic White
06/05O35 Div 3Ballymurphy Celtic21Moone Celtic
05/05St. Patricks21Ballymurphy Celtic Green
05/05Ballymurphy Celtic White03Crettyard United
05/05St. Patricks21Ballymurphy Celtic Green
05/05Ballymurphy Celtic White03Crettyard United
29/04O35 Div 3Village FC06Ballymurphy Celtic
28/04Hanover Harps31Ballymurphy Celtic White
28/04Nurney Villa02Ballymurphy Celtic Green
28/04Hanover Harps31Ballymurphy Celtic White
28/04Nurney Villa02Ballymurphy Celtic Green
21/04Ballymurphy Celtic Green03Hanover Harps
21/04Nurney Villa03Ballymurphy Celtic White
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