Week ending 03/02/19
The Mens A-team game at home against Courtown Hibs was cancelled just before kick off when the ref deemed all 3 pitches unplayable due to frost.
The B-team lost out 5-2 away against Duncannon in the 1st round of the Neil O Sullivan Cup.
The C- team were extremely unlucky losing 1-0 away against Enniscorthy Town in the 1st round of the Gywn Jones Cup. 0-0 after 90 minutes the game went to extra time and with only 2 minutes of extra time remaining and penalties looking the ref awarded a very harsh penalty against Barty Byrne which was scored to see Enniscorthy Town progress to the next round.
The Women's team suffered a major set back to there title ambitions when the lost 3-1 away against near neighbours and title rivals Tombrack. Alma Morris put the girls 1-0 up inside the first 10 minutes but Tombrack levelled on 20 minutes when Sarah Merrigans cross eluded everyone and ended up in the net. The girls fought hard to regain the lead and Abbey Roche, Kayla Farrell and Laoise Kearney all had chances but it looked like the game was heading for a draw before Tombrack scored in the 89th and 93rd minutes to win the game and go top of the league. Hard luck girls.
Well done to Alena Moore who made her senior debut in goal
Hard luck to the u13 boys who lost out 4-2 at home against a strong Curracloe team on Saturday. Despite going 2-0 up in the first half the lack of subs saw them tire in the second half and Curracloe fought back to score 4 goals in the second half to win the game. Hard luck lads.
The players, managers and every one in the club want to wish Jack Reck all the best as he played his last game for the club before moving to Wexford Youths to play u13 League of Ireland
Week ending 27/01/19
After a run of 3 defeats, the women's team got back to winning ways with an excellent 5-0 victory away against All Blacks today. Missing a host of players due to injury and work commitments they travelled with only nine players and must have feared the worse. But All Blacks found themselves in a similar position with only 10 players available and so the game kicked off with 10 v 9.
From the kick off, aided by a strong breeze, the girls controlled the game with the back three of Chloe Moynihan, Zoe Kearney and Paulina Farynik in commanding form which allowed the midfield of Alma Morris, Katie Moynihan, Abbey Roche and Laoise Kearney to press the All Blacks high up the pitch and support lone striker Nicole Fortune up front.
Laoise put the girls 1-0 inside 10 mins when she latched on to Katie Moynihans pass to fire home. It was 2-0 five mins later when Nicole Fortunes shot was parried and Abbey Roche swept in the loose ball make it 2-0. The girls were flying now, passing the ball freely and creating havoc in the All Black defence and a thunderbolt from Nicole Fortune from the edge of the box made it 3-0 with just 18 mins played. All Blacks battled hard and tried to find a way back into the game but Zoe Kearney made it 4-0 in the 43rd minute when she let fly from 30 yards out and the ball nestled in the back of the net.
The second half saw the girls playing into the wind but they coped well despite All Blacks pushing hard and Katie Moynihan again turned provider slipping Laoise Kearney in behind the defence and she made no mistake to score her 2nd and the teams 5th in the 55th minute. Nicole, Laoise and Katie all had chances to increase the lead but it finished 5-0 to the girls in an excellent display. Well done to Laoise Kearney who scored her first senior goals and also to Katie Moynihan who played her first senior game and gave a mature performance in the middle of the park despite her young age.
The Mens A-team suffered a 3-0 loss at hoe against Gorey Rangers in the 2nd round of the Wexford Cup on Sunday
The Mens B-team won 2-1 with James Brennan and Jamie Wilson scoring the goals to put the lads in the hat for the next round of the Wexford Cup
Goals from John Connora (2), Barty Byrne, Aaron Collier, Paul Doyle and Paul Murphy ensured a comfortable 6-0 victory for the Mens C-team at home against Cushinstown B on Sunday in their Div 5 clash.
Week ending 20/01/19
Hard luck to the Senior Womens team who lost out 4-3 at home against Tombrack in their Wexford Cup clash on Sunday. The girls started slowly and found themselves 2-0 down inside the first 30 mins. The first came when possession was to easily lost in midfield and the Tombrack player strode forward un-impeeded before slotting home her shot into the bottom corner. The second saw possession again given away and Sarah Merrigan lobbed her first time shot over Michaela Murphy in the Bunclody goal to make it 2-0. The girls fought back and a well struck free kick in the 39th minute from Nicole Fortune made it 2-1 before Britney Conroy broke free of the Tombrack defence before firing home to make it 2-2 just before halftime. The second half saw the girls play with only 10 players as Paulina farynik had to leave due to other commitments and with only 11 to start with it meant the girls having to play the second half with only 10. They were well in the game before gifting Tombrack a very fortunate goal to make it 3-2 when Michaela let the ball slip out of her hands and the Tombrack forward prodded the loose ball home. It got worse shortly after when Sarah Merrigan was allowed to travel into shooting range and she placed her shot beyond Micheala to put Tombrack 4-2 up. The girls fought back and created a few chances before Britney scored her second and the teams third to make it 4-3 in the 85th minute. Laoise Kearney almost took the game to extra time when she broke free 1v1 with the keeper but the keeper managed to save her shot and ensure Tombrack progressed to the next round of the cup.
Well done to the U13 boys team who travelled to Curracloe and came away with a great point after drawing 1-1 with Desmond O Connor scoring the Bunclody goal.
The u15 boys team travelled to play Oylegate and came away 4-0 winners in a very good performance from the team. Aaron Dunne put the lads ahead in the first half with a neat finish and despite creating lots of chances they failed to take them and it was 1-0 at the break. The second half saw Rob Black (2) and Ciaran Whiting score to ensure a deserved victory for the team. Well done boys
Well done to the u9 boys Blue team (pictured below) who played a great game away against Moyne Rangers today in their NCL game.
The u9 boys Red team played away against St Joseph's and another great game was produced.
Week ending 09/12/18
Well done to the Mens A-team who defeated Forth Celtic 3-2 at home today in their Premier Division Clash. The lads found themselves 2-0 down inside the opening 10 minutes but fought back with goals from Peter Atkinson (2) and Shane Franklin to win the game and a very important 3 points
The Mens B-team were extremely unlucky to lose 3-2 at home today against Wexford Celtic.
The lads had the better of the first half and created a number of chances before Ryan McDonald controlled Danny Farrells corner and drilled home in the 40th minute to give the team a deserved 1-0 halftime lead. Wexford Celtic fought back in the second half and created a host of chances before equalizing from the penalty spot in the 60th minute. But less than 10 minutes later Paddy Kavanagh raced onto to John Brennans through ball and scored to put the lads 2-1 ahead. Wexford Celtic piled on the pressure again and equalised for the second time in the game in the 75th minute. With both teams looking for the winner chances came and went before Wexford Celtic scored there 3rd and the winning goal with virtually the last play of the game when the left midfielder crossed and the ball was headed home to give Wexford Celtic the win and ensure heartbreak for the lads.
Hard luck lads but great effort
The u14 boys travelled to play Moyne Rangers yesterday and goals from Oisin O Leary, Joe Finn and Joel Abu ensured a deserved victory for the lads
The u12 boys lost out 5-1 away against Wexford Albion with Conor Byrne scoring the Bunclody goal.
Well done to the u10 boys who produced a great performance yesterday at home against St Joseph's in their NCL Group C clash
Week ending 02/12/18
The Womens Team suffered their first loss of the season yesterday, losing 3-2 away against Fastnet Rovers in their Div 2 league clash. The girls played the first half into a strong wind which Fastnet used to good effect to put constant pressure on the back four. Fastnet scored after 6 minutes when an in-swinging corner was not cleared and was drilled into the net. Two more goals followed to leave it 3-0 at halftime. The second half saw the girls go in search of the goals they needed and Britney Conroy scored in the 55th minute from a well struck free kick to make it 3-1. A penalty was awarded in the 70th minute when Paulina Farynik was fouled but Britney pulled her effort wide of the post much to the relief of the Fastnet defender. Ciara Roben scored with another well struck free kick in the 85th minute but the girls could not find an equaliser their efforts deserved. Hard luck ladies but great effort
Hard luck to the U16 girls who lost out 5-0 at home today against a strong Forth Celtic team.
The first half was a tight affair with both teams playing good attacking football and the first goal was going to be crucial. Unfortunately it came for Forth when a defensive error allowed the forward to shoot home just inside the box. Forth made it 2-0 a few mins later when the forward was given to much time and space inside the box to shoot. Alena Moore made a great save but the rebound fell kindly to another Forth player who had the easy task of tapping into an empty goal to leave the girls unfortunate to be trailing 2-0 at the break.
The second half saw the girls try hard to get back into the game which opened up space which Forth exploited and they scored 3 more goals in the second half to win both the game and the league title as well. Well done girls for a great effort
Well done to the u13 boys white team who travelled today to play Glynn Barntown in their Div 3 clash and came away with an excellent 6-0 victory.
Goals from James Rothwell (2), Adam Dunne, Sean Dempsey, Paddy Scott and Aaron Whiting ensured the victory in a game the lads dominated
Week ending 25/11/18
Hard luck to the U12 boys who lost out 2-0 away today against Gorey Celtic. Two first half goals put Gorey in front and although the team tried hard they just could not break down a well organised Gorey defense in the second half.
A Sean O Brien goal ensured the u14 boys shared the spoils today, drawing 1-1 at home against Shamrock Rovers in their Div 1 league clash. The team played well in a tough physical game and despite missing a few players were disappointed not to have taken all three points
Well done to the u11 girls team who finished off their season with a 0-0 draw away against Shelburne today in there Div 1 clash.
The girls played well and created chances, with Mia Dunne, Rebecca Fraser and Megan Redmond all going close. Shelburne almost snatched it late on but two great saves from Lauren Jordan ensured the girls kept a clean sheet and a share of the spoils. Manager Tommy Sheehan was delighted with the girls effort and commitment this season
Week ending 18/11/18
The Mens B-team lost out 3-2 at home against Shamrock Rovers 3rd last Sunday in a tightly contested game
The u16 boys have not played any league matches yet but Manager Paul Murphy organised a friendly at home against Newpark on Saturday. The first half saw Newpark race into a 2 goal lead as the lads struggled to find any fluidity to their game. The second half was a much better performance and they missed a couple of great chances to reduce the arrears before a breakaway saw the Newpark forward score with an excellent left foot finish to make it 3-0 early in the half. The lads did not let their heads drop and fought back with Jack Kearney scoring to make it 3-1 before Tommy D scored from the penalty spot to make it 3-2 with 10 minutes left. The team tried hard but just could not find the equaliser with Jack Kearney and Ciaran Whiting both going close but it finished 3-2 to Newpark. Hard luck lads but great effort
The U13 boys team secured a great 6-1 win at home against Gorey Celtic in their Div 1 clash on Saturday
Well done to the u11 girls who beat Burrin Celtic 2-0 on Saturday in a friendly match played in Bunclody. Goals from Megan Redmond and Mia Dunne ensured the victory. Well done girls and also Burren Celtic for travelling down from Ballon to play the girls this morning
The u9 boys travelled to play local neighbours Tombrack in their Group C NCL clash Saturday morning. Both teams put on a very entertaining game and manager Stephen Tyrell was delighted with the teams performance
Well done to the u9 girls team who played Moyne Rangers at home on Saturday in their NCL clash. Manager Keith Gallagher was delighted with the performance of the girls and a great time was had by all.
Week ending 11/11/18
A bad day at the office for the Mens A-team, beaten 5-1 at home against Corach Ramblers. The lads found themselves 1-0 down early in the first half after conceding a penalty. Corach went 2-0 ahead on 20 minutes after a mix up allowed the forward in to score. Things got worse when a melee saw Bis Halpin receive a straight red card along with one of the Corach players. PJ Mulhall harshly picked up his second yellow soon after which saw the lads reduced to nine players on the 40 minute mark.
The second half saw Corach score to go 3-0 ahead before Paddy Kavanagh scored to make it 3-1 but Corach used the extra man well and scored twice more to run out comfortable 5-1 winner.
The Mens B-team played out an entertaining 2-2 draw at home against St Joseph's in their Div 3 clash today. Paddy Kavanagh put the lads 1-0 ahead with a neat finish before Sean Furlong equalised for St Joseph's with a powerful finish midway through the first half. The second half saw Cian Cowman score to put the lads 2-1 up but St Joseph's fought back again to equalise and neither team could find a winner and had to share the spoils.
Well done to the Mens C-team who continued there good form with a convincing 4-1 win at home against Wexford Celtic today. They went 1-0 down as Wexford Celtic started strongly and could have been 2-0 down but fortunately the forwards shot hit the post. But the lads settled down and started to ask questions of the Celtic backline and were rewarded just before halftime when Dion Dunne scored to leave it level at the break. The second half saw the lads take control and a hattrick from Adam Hogan saw the lads run out 4-1 winners and remain top of Div 5.
The Womens team progressed to the Divisional Shield semi-finals after a convincing 7-0 win at home against Stoney Rovers today. Goals from Kayla Farrell (5), Britney Conroy and Abbeylee Roche ensured the victory in a game the girls dominated. Well done ladies
Congratulations to the u18 girls who secured the league title today defeating local rivals Tombrack 6-0 with Ciara Roban (3) and Laoise Kearney (3) scoring the goals.
Overall the team scored 19 goals and conceded just 1 on their way to the title
Week ending 04/11/18
Despite the poor weather a number of the Clubs underage teams played on Saturday:
The u13 boys Red team drew 0-0 at home against Cloughbawn. Defenses came out on top in this encounter with neither team able to find a goal to break the deadlock.
The u13 boys white team travelled to Gorey Rangers and came away with a great 2-2 draw with goals from Oisin Finn and Paddy Scott ensuring a share of the spoils.
Despite goals from Rob Black and Ciaran Whiting and an og the U15 boys lost out 7-3 at home against a strong New Ross Town team.
The U9 girls played at home against Tombrack in their NCL game today. With the weather so poor the game was played indoors much to the delight of parents and players. Both teams produced some great soccer and a great time was had by all.
Due to a fixture mix up the u16 girls game at home against All Blacks was cancelled.
Well done all teams
Week ending 28/10/18
Two wins from two for the u18 girls as they beat Carnew FC 9-0 away today. Goals from Ciara Roban (6) and Aoife Darcy (3) ensured the victory in a game the girls dominated.
Team was: Michaela Murphy, Chloe Moynihan , Paulina Farynik, Abbeylee Roche , Laoise Kearney, Geri-Rose O Connor, Aoife Darcy and Ciara Roban
Well done girls
Week ending 14/10/18
The women's team produced an excellent performance on Sunday winning 4-2 at home against local rivals Tombrack in their Div 2 clash. The girls started well and controlled the game for the first 20 minutes and were unlucky not to be ahead with Britney Conroy and Ciara Roban both going close before Tombrack took the lead when a ball over the top was collected by Shannon McGovern who placed her shot beyond Michaela Murphy in goal. The girls settled again and probed for an equaliser which came in the 45th minute when Ciara Roban scored to make it 1-1 at halftime. The girls started the second half strongly and Kayla Farrell scored in the 48th minute to put the girls in front and from here they never looked back with Leanne Kearney and Kayla scoring to make it 4-1 before Sarah Merrigan scored with virtually the last kick of the game to leave the final scoreline 4-2.
Well done to both Katie Bates and Ciara Roban who made there senior debuts today and speedy recovery to Zoe Kearney who sprained her ankle. Well done girls
Excellent result for the Mens B-team on Sunday winning 6-0 away against All Blacks in their Div 5 clash. Goals from Adam Hogan, Aaron Collier, Jotty Connors, Dion Dunne, John Kane and James Dunne ensured the victory in a game they dominated.
Hard luck to the Mens B-team who lost out 1-0 in a closely fought game away against Gorey Rangers.
Well done to the u14 girls who defeated Wexford Youths 3-1 at home on saturday with goals from Corie Fitzgerald (2) and Catherine O Connor ensuring a deserved victory for the team
Hard luck to the u11 girls who narrowly lost out 3-2 at home on Saturday against Fastnet Rovers. Despite the game being played in awful conditions both teams played some great soccer. Fastnet took the lead against the run of play midway through the first half but Leah Kavanagh scored to make it 1-1 a few minutes later. Leah put the girls 2-1 ahead just before half time when she finished off a lovely team move with a lovely right foot finish and she almost scored again but the keeper pulled off a great save. The second half saw Fastnet come back strongly and two strong runs from the Fastnet defender saw her fire in two goals to put her team in front with 5 minutes left. The girls tried hard and were unlucky not to equalise when Isobel Furlong went close but they ran out of time to leave the final score 3-2 to Fastnet in a very entertaining game of soccer despite the conditions.
Well done girls
Week ending 07/10/18
Well done to the Mens A-team who secured a well deserved 1-1 draw at home against Rosslare Rangers today with Sevi Godzina scoring the goal to ensure the lads shared the points.
The Mens B-team drew 2-2 at home against Raheen FC today. Despite having two players sent off a Chris Kelly double ensured a deserved draw.
The Mens C-team made the away trip to play Cushinstown 2nd a fruitful one with Jotty Connors and Dion Dunne scoring the goals to secure a deserved 2-0 win. Well done lads
Well done to the Women's team who beat All Blacks 5-0 at home on Sunday to start off their league campaign with a win. Leanne Kearney put them 1-0 up in the 20th minute when she was on hand to score after Kayla Farrells inital shot was parried by the goalkeeper. A combination of wasteful possession and poor finishing saw the girls miss chance after chance before Zoe Kearney scored the all important 2nd goal in the 70th minute. The second goal seemed to settle the girls and they eventually found there shooting boots with three goals in the last 10 minutes from Britney Conroy and Kayla Farrell (2) to put a more realistic look on the scoreline in a game the girls dominated.
Well done ladies and especially to Zoe Kearney who scored her first senior goal for the club
Hard luck to the u13 boys who lost out 2-1 away against Forth Celtic today. Eamon Murphy was the Bunclody goalscorer. Better luck next game boys
Well done to the u9 girls team who played out a very entertaining game at home against Aughrim today in their NCL game. Great effort girls and well done to Amy Rose Dillon and Kathy Doyle who both played there first ever game
Week Ending 29/09/18
The Mens A-team progressed to the next round of the Cup with a great 1-0 victory away against Bridge Rovers today with Christy Atkinson scoring the all important goal.
Hard luck to the Mens B-team who lost out 6-3 at home against Carlow team Vale Wanderers today in their LJS cup clash. Despite goals from Dwaine Synth (2) and Paddy Kavanagh it was not enough as the lads bowed out of the LJS Cup. Hard luck lads.
The Mens C-team defeated Enniscorthy United C 4-3 at home in their Div 5 clash today. Goals from Aaron Collier (3) and Robert Doran put the lads 4-1 up before a sending off reduced the lads to 10 players with 30 minutes remaining. United piled on the pressure with the extra man, scoring twice but the lads held on to secure the win
The Women's team qualified for the quarter final of the shield after drawing 2-2 away against Ajax on Sunday. Missing a host of players the girls fought back from 2-0 down with twenty minutes remaining to draw 2-2 with Britney Conroy scoring twice to give the girls the point they needed to top their group and progress to the quarter final. Well done girls.
Well done to u16 player Laoise Kearney who made her senior debut today and had a fine game almost capping it off with a goal which unfortunately hit a post
The u18 girls team defeated Bree 4-1 at home in there first game on saturday. With the league format 7v7 this season for u18 it took a while for the girls to find their feet but once they got to grip with the system they started to control the game and goals from Abbey Roche and Paulina Farynik gave them a 2-0 halftime lead. Ciara Roban scored twice in the second half to make it 4-0 before Bree scored a late consolation. Well done to Paulina Farynik who scored her first goal for the club and to Aoife Darcy who played her first game in over 12 months after her injury last year
The u14 girls defeated Gorey Rangers 4-1 at home on saturday. Goals from Corie Fitzgerald (2), Katie Moynihan and Rebecca O Connor ensured the victory. Well done girls
Well done to the u11 girls who travelled away to Courtown Hibs today and came away with a very good 1-0 win with Grace Tully scoring the all important goal midway through the first half. Well done girls