Youth Football

October 3rd

 
Fairview Rgs opened up an eight point gap at the half way stage in the Youth Division One League following a 4-1 win over second placed Regional United.
Two goal apiece for David Hannon and Dean Shinnors accounted for the winning scores.
Goals from Dylan Ryan and Sam Power gave Janesboro a 2-1 win at Aisling while in the FAI Youth Cup Nenagh scored a facile win over Hospital courtesy of Josh McCarthy (4), Dylan Kennedy (3), Steve Daly (2), Kieran O’Brien, James Donaldson, Dan Ryan, and Casey Finn
In the Munster Youth Cup Kilmallock breezed past Mungret Regional with scores from Paudie Sheedy (5), Martel Bernal, Colm O’Neill (2), Phelim O’Reilly and Anthony Barrett.
Aaron O’Connor and Shane O’Hara were on target for Charleville but goals from Darragh Reddan, Richard McMahon and Peter Thompson gave Corbally a 3-2 win.

 

Sept 26th

In the FAI Under 17 Cup Aisling Annacotty put up a big score on Shannon Town with goals from Conor Coughlan (3), Adam Foley (2), Sean Feeney (2), Killian Moloney, James Deegan and Shane Donegan.

Goals from Brian Coffey (2) and Casey Finn gave Nenagh a 3-0 win over Janesboro while Fairview Rgs also won 3-0; John Doyle (2) and Tom Byrnes scored.  David Burke (2) and Cian Barry scored as Mungret beat Granville Rgs. Cappamore with scores from Ronan Hanley (3) and Ivan O’Dwyer beat Holycross 4-2. James Dee (2) and Hugh Graham scored for Hospital but they fell 4-3 to Charleville for whom Dale Aherne and Cody Murphy scored  two apiece. Newport had no answer to Caherdavin Celtic who won 7-2 thanks to goals from James Cullinane (3), Cian O’Rahilly (2), Martin Deegan and Pat Kenny.
Sept 20th
In the Munster Youth Cup goals from David Hannon and Darragh Carroll helped Fairview to a 2-1 win over Nenagh.
Aisling Annacotty A beat Granville Rgs 2-1 with scores from Adam Foley and Shane Donegan while Kilmallock progressed at the expense of Hospital. Jack Barry, Anthony Barrett, Paudie Sheedy and Phelim O’Rahilly scored for the winners. A brace from Shaun Madigan and one from Conor Duignan helped Corbally to a 3-2 win at Janesboro.

Sept 13th
In the FAI Youth Cup Aisling beat Corbally 5-2. Dara Neville (2), Adam Foley, Shane Carmody and Shane Donegan accounted for the winning scores. Cian Moore and an own goal was the reply for Corbally.
In the Munster Youth Cup Fairview hit Regional for five through a David Hannon hat trick and one each for Ben Wallace and Aaron Murphy.
Jordon Judge scored the only goal of the game as Geraldines beat Charleville and Aisling B progressed after a penalty shoot out with Coonagh.
Fairview Rgs moved five points clear in Youth Division One following a 4-3 win over Granville Rgs. Trevor Daly (2), Aaron Murphy and Dean Shinnors netted for the winners; Luke Brosnan, Vinny Ryan and Adam O’Regan replied for Granville.
Under 17 Division One Fairview Rgs recorded two victories to move three points clear at the top of the table. In midweek they beat Regional 3-2 with scores from Cian McNicholas (2) and Aaron Long. They followed up on Saturday evening by beating Granville 3-1. Cian McNicholas, Killian Markham and Jack Doyle scored for the winners; Keelan McMahon replied for Granville.
Aisling Annacotty beat Nenagh AFC 3-2 thanks to scores from Shane Brosnahan (2), Shane Donegan and Adam Foley. Kevin Ryan, Kieran O’Brien and Casey Finn replied for the Tipperary side.
Goals from Morgan Clancy (2) and Adam McInerney gave Janesboro a slender win over Mungret Regional for whom Colm Barrett and Cian Barry replied.
In the 17’S Division Two Caherdavin went top following an 8-2 win over Newport. Cian O’Rahilly scored five times to bring his tally to 14 in 6 games, Jamie Cullinane, Cian Murphy and Alan Normoyle also were on target.

Sept 6th
In Youth Divisions One Vinny Ryan (2) and Nathan Kiely (2) scored as Granville Rgs beat Janesboro and Regional picked up two wins scoring four on both occasions. Dan Taylor, Orin Collins, Ruairi Casserly and Shane O’Connell scored against Aisling Annacotty while Shane O’Connell (2), Stephen Scanlon and Orin Collins obliged against Janesboro.
In Youth Division Two goals from Paudie Sheedy (5), Jack Barry (3), Phelim O’Reilly, Brian Manning saw Kilmallock overrun Charleville and Corbally Utd put seven past Hospital courtesy of Conor Duignan (3), Cian Moore (2), Eoghan Carr and Darren Martin
In the Under 17 Division One league Nenagh eased past Regional Utd with scores from Brian Coffey (3) and Dan Burke and Granville Rgs and Aisling Annacotty played out a 3-3 draw. Mark Fogarty (2) and Adam O’Regan scored for Granville; Shane Brosnahan, Dion Lynch and Adam Foley replied.
Morgan Clancy and Evan Lynch score for Janesboro but Nenagh won out with scores from Kevin Ruan (2) and Conal Moran.
Aidan Earlie, Conor O’Leary and David Burke scored for Mungret Regional in a 3-2 win over Regional Utd.
Dylan O’Neill (3), Jamie Cross and Cian O’Grady scored in Janesboro’s win over Granville Rgs
In Under 17 Division Two its all tied at the top with Corbally and Caherdavin level on points.
Corbally Utd beat Charleville 5-0 (Shane Kelly (2), Aaron Hehir (2) and Kevin Robinson scored) and followed up at the weekend with a 5-1 win at Hospital. Bobby O’Mara (2), Shane Kelly, Shane McGrath and Reece Quinlivan scored in the game.
Cian O’Rahilly (3), James Cullinane (2), Kieran O’Connor and Dara Doherty ensured Caherdavin Celtic remain top in a 7-3 win over Cappamore for whom Ronan Hanly, Gearoid Hogan and Jamie McCarthy replied.
Adam Costello (2), Steve Power, Martin Carew and Ciaran Mallory scored in Holycross’ win over Ballynanty Rvs; Jason Lillis, Lee Kelly and Sam Power replied.
Newport beat Hospital with scores from Aaron O’Neill (2), Dean Power, Nathan Hartigan and Adam Keane while Aisling won 5-3 at Charleville courtesy of Jordon Clancy (3), Troy Porter and Sam Lane; Dale Aherne (2) and Jess Smith replied for the homesters.

August 30th
Fairview Rgs are the early leaders in Youth Division One following their convincing 6-1 win over Nenagh on Sunday.
Two goals apiece for David Hannon, Aaron Murphy and Stephen O’Shaughnessy did the damage.
Goals from Adam Foley (4), Niall Loghrane, Bryan Sheehan and Shane Donegan helped Aisling to a 7-2 win over Geraldines for whom Zac Mursal hit a double.
Nenagh beat Janesboro with scores from Ross Hughes (2) and Eoin Coffey while goals from Zak Mursal, Dylan Blackhall and Aaron Madigan gave ‘Dines a 3-1 win over Janesboro.
Aisling Annacotty and Granville Rgs played out a 1-1 draw. Shane Carmody scored for the home side; Vinny Ryan replied for Granville.
In Division Two big wins for Kilmallock have seen them take top spot. Goals from Jack Barry (6), Colm O’Neill, Anthony Barrett and Rian Brady saw them easily past Mungret Regional while yesterday Hospital took the brunt with Paudie Sheedy scoring four and Colm O’Neill a brace.
A Matt Murdoch hat trick helped Aisling to a win over Charleville.
Corbally beat Mungret Regional thanks to a Richard McMahon double and in midweek they hit Coonagh for eight courtesy of Richard McMahon (3), Colin Madden, Conor Duignan, Sean O’Dwyer, Shaun Madigan and Cian Moore.
Its tight at the top in the Under 17 with Fairview and Nenagh joint first.
Fairview Rgs beat the Tipperary side 4-1 on Saturday with goals from Killian McNicholas (3) and Adam Lyons and earlier in the week Nenagh beat Mungret with goals by Dan Burke and Kieran O’Brien.
Rob Lowe scored for Janesboro in a 1-1 draw with Aisling Annacotty while Regional Utd (James Pinder) also drew 1-1 with Granville Rgs (Adam O’Regan).
In Division Two Caherdavin Cel are top after wins over Holycross and Hospital.
Cian O’Rahilly, Dara Doherty, Ryan Aherne and Alan Normoyle scored in the former with
Cian O’Rahilly (2), Dara Doherty and Kieran O’Connor netting v Hospital.
Jordon Clancy (2)Luke O’Connell and Dara Collamore scored in Aisling Annacotty’s win over Holycross while Corbally beat Ballynanty Rvs with scores from Bobby O’Mara, Shane Kelly, Ben Murphy and Shane McGrath.
August 23rd
In Youth Division One Fairview Rgs scored an important win over a good Aisling Annacotty side by the odd goal in three. David Hannon and Trevor Daly scored for the winners with Niall Loughran replying.
Geraldines kicked off their campaign with a 2-1 win over Granville Rgs. Evan Bourke and Zak Mursal scored for the winners with Jordon McKnight netting for Granville.
Goals from Steve Daly, David Kelly and Josh McCarthy helped Nenagh to a win over Regional Utd.
On Sunday Aisling Annacotty and Nenagh ended 1-1; Darren Coughlan for the homesters and Dylan Kennedy scored.
Goals from Dan Taylor (2), Daniel Hurley and Stephen Scanlon and an own goal helped Regional to a 5-2 win over Geraldines for whom Dylan Blackhall netted twice.
Two goals apiece for Dan Malone, Trevor Daly and David Hannon saw Fairview past Janesboro.
In Youth Division Two Aisling Annacotty B saw Coonagh Utd with scores from David Power (2) and Matt Murdoch while Donal O’Connell was on the mark for Charleville but they went down 4-1 to Mungret Regional. Suffian Muzaffar netted all four for the winners.
Kilmallock beat Corbally 2-1, Shaun Madigan scored for the city side. Pat Punch and Paudie Sheedy for the winners.
In weekend fare Kilmallock hit Coonagh for six courtesy of Pat Punch (2), Anthony Barrett (2), Paudie Sheedy and Colm O’Neill.
Charleville did likewise versus Hospital. Conor Slevin (2), Jake Moloney (2), Aidan Meade and Donal O’Connell were on the mark while Mungret Regional and Aisling Annacotty B played a 2-2 draw.
Suffian Muzaffar and Darragh Curran scored for Mungret and David Power and Barry Richardson replied.
In the Under 17 League Adam Foley (2), Dion Lynch, Sam Burns, Killian Moloney, Oisin Cross and James Deegan scored for Aisling Annacotty in a win over Mungret Regional while two goals from Killian Markham helped Fairview past Janesboro for whom Liam Shanahan obliged.
On Saturday Aisling beat Fairview Rgs, Jakub Jasterzb and Adam Foley were on the mark for the winners. Killian McNicholas replied for Fairview.
Conor Molloy, Mark Burke, Daniel Finucane and Conor O’Leary scored for Mungret Regional in a 4-2 win over Granville Rgs; Luke Brosnan and Killian Pickford.
Goals from John Hurley (3), Stephen Coughlan, Isaac Munune, Jeff Mannion, James Pinder and Cian Cusack helped Regional Utd to an 8-4 win over Janesboro for whom Liam Shanahan (2), Jason Cronin and Dylan O’Neill replied.
For the second week running Adam Costello hit six goals to help Holycross to a 6-3 win over Newport for whom Nathan Hartigan (2) and Evan Arnold replied.
Tommy Moore (3) and Jack Leonard were on target for Cappamore but Ballynanty Rvs scored one more through Sam Power (3), Dean Quinn and Tyrone Power to take the spoils.
Goals from Shane Kelly (5), Brian Thompson, Aaron Hehir and Kevin Robinson helped Corbally Utd to a big win over Aisling Annacotty B.
Corbally hit Holycross for eight courtesy of Shane Kelly (4), Brian Thompson (3) and Aaron Hehir while Newport beat Ballynanty Rvs with scores from Aaron O’Neill, Ciaran Braddock and Adam Keane; Dean Quinn replied for Balla.
Cody Murphy (2) and Chris Quirke were on the mark for Charleville but goals from Cian O’Rahilly (3) and Kieran O’Connor gave Caherdavin their second win.

August 16th
Fairview have been strengthened with a number of the players who helped Herbertstown sweep the boards last season and two of them were on target in their 4-2 win at Regional Utd. David Hannon scored twice and Darragh Carroll hit one while Aaron Murphy completed the scoring for the winners.
Aisling Annacotty hit Janesboro for seven courtesy of Bryan Sheehan (3), Shane Carmody (2), Adam Foley, Darren Coughlan and Dara Lenehan while Nenagh wrapped up a great weekend beating Granville Rgs 2-0. Dylan Kennedy and Dan Burke were on the mark for the winners.
In Youth Division Two Corbally Utd had a fine win over Aisling Annacotty B. Darragh Reddan, Sean O’Dwyer, Shaun Madigan and Cian Moore netted in a 4-0 win.
A young Coonagh side had no answer to a rampant Charleville with Aaron O’Connor , Donal O’Connell and Eoin Buckley among the scorers.
Mungret Regional beat Hospital with goals from Niall Gannon and Andrew McInerney.
Fairview Rgs started their Under 17 Division One campaign in style hitting a young Regional Utd side for seven. Killian Markham scored three with Adam Lyons, Alex Kiely, Tom Byrnes and Jordon Madden making up the tally.
Nenagh AFC were just as impressive beating Aisling Annacotty 4-1. Ken O’Brien (2), Oisin O’Sullivan and Jake Moran were on the mark for the winners.
In Division Two Caherdavin Celtic beat Ballynanty Rvs 5-1. Sam Power scored for the home side but four goals from James Cullinane and a Christy O’Hagan strike secured the visitors win.
Dale Aherne and Jake Moloney netted for Charleville in a 2-0 win over Hospital.
Nathan Hartigan (2) and Aaron O’Neill were on the mark for Newport but they went down 4-3 to Aisling Annacotty B.
Holycross proved much too strong for a young Cappamore XI winning with scores from Adam Costello (6), Adam O’Dwyer (2), Tim McSweeney (2) and Jack O’Connell.