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Sep

13

Champions

By tdomf_d782a

Having already secured the title Killala U-16 boys made the journey to Snugboro and ended up sharing the spoils with a 0-0 draw.Both sides had chances to win the game,the best being a snugboro penalty which was missed.The champions were presented with the shield after the match and celebrations began to end a very good season for this talented group.
Team:B Lawlor C Mooney D Dempsey K Mc Loughlin D Lawlor K Higgins K Healy N Browne S Mc Andrew K Lally A Kearney
Subs:T Dempsey D Sweeney A O Boyle J J Gilvarry P Lynott

This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney.

Sep

13

U-16 Boys Keep Pressure On Rivals

By tdomf_d782a

League leaders Killala played host to title rivals Urlaur Utd tonight at Courthouse St and tightened their grip at the top with a comprehensive 6-2 win. it was not all plain sailing though and goals from Kyle McLoughlin & Nathan Browne had the home team 2-1 at the break in a tight competitive match. But the game became bad tempered in the second half with the sides locked 2-2 which saw the visitors finish with seven players. Killala scored a further 4 through Kevin Healy (2) Anthony Kearney & Aaron O Boyle to remain top and set up a cracker away to Snugboro Utd in two weeks where a win will crown them champions.
Team:B Lawlor F Mc Hale D Dempsey K Mc Loughlin C Mooney K Higgins K Healy N Browne K Lally S Mc Andrew A Kearney
Subs:A O Boyle D Sweeney T Dempsey(all used)

This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney.

Aug

21

U-16 Keep Top Spot

By tdomf_d782a

Killala U-16 Boys held on to top spot in division 3 with a comfortable 10-0 win away to Ballyvarry.Leading 5-0 at half time with goals from S Mc Andrew(4) andK K Mc loughlin. Five more in the second half S Mc Andrew(3) K Healy and A kearney keeps their title hopes on track.
Team:B Lawlor T Dempsey D Dempsey K Mc Loughlin D Lawlor K Higgins K Healy N Browne S Mc Andrew D Sweeney A Kearney

This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney.

Aug

21

U-16 Boys Stay Top

By tdomf_d782a

Killala U-16 Boys stayed top of division 3 with a hard earned 2-2 draw at home to Fahey Rovers.Trailing 1-0 at the break the home side soon found themselves 2-0 down and at looking at defeat,however a great move finished off by S Mc Andrew gave them a chance and five minutes from time a shot parried by the away keeper was stabbed home by D Sweeney.
Team:B Lawlor T Dempsey D Dempsey S Mc Andrew D Lawlor K Higgins K Healy A Kearney A O Boyle N Browne
Sub:D Sweeney

This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney.

Aug

8

U-16 Boys Back On Track

By tdomf_d782a

Killala U-16 boys got their league ambitions back on track with a good 6-0 home victory against Snugboro.Despite having only ten players for the first half the home side lead 1-0 at the break with a K Healy strike on two minutes.Further goals from A O Boyle(2) K Lally N Browne and K Healy insured a comfortable victory.
Team:S Mc Andrew T Dempsey D Dempsey K Mc Loughlin N Browne K Higgins K Healy A Kearney C Mooney A O Boyle K Lally

This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney.

Jul

30

U-16 Boys Taste Defeat

By tdomf_d782a

Killala U16 Boys tasted defeat for the first time losing 3-1 away to Urlar Utd.The home side took an early lead but twenty minutes later N Browne equalised from a corner with a great header leaving the sides all square at the break.Both sides attacked looking for the lead goal which fell to the home side with two in the space of five minutes.Killala never gave up and had chances to take something from the game but finding the net was not to be.
Team:B Lawlor TDempsey D Dempsey A O Boyle N Browne K Higgins K Healy A Kearney D Sweeney K Lally K Mc Loughlin

This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney.

Jul

19

U-16 Boys Win Again

By tdomf_d782a

Killala U-16 Boys chalked up their second win of the season with a comfortable 5-1 win at home to Ballyvary BB.Leading 3-0 at half time with goals from K Healy(2) and S Mc Andrew.After the break K Higgins made it number four and K Healy then completed his hat-trick.The away side scored a consolation goal but this could not take away from a great team performance from the home side.
Team:B Lawlor N Browne D Dempsey A O Boyle D Lawlor K Higgins K Healy S Mc Andrew F Mc Hale K Lally K Mc Loughlin
Subs:A Kearney T Dempsey A Coultry

This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney.

Jul

14

U-16 BOYS START WITH A WIN

By tdomf_d782a

Killala U-16 boys started off their league campaign with a hard earned 3-2 win away to Fahey Rovers.The home side took an early lead but just before the half time break Killala equalised with a K Healy strike.The away side started the better in the second half and took the lead with a goal by K Higgins.Fahey drew level within minutes but captain K Healy restored the lead for the away side who defended their lead to get the season off to a great start.
Team:B Lawlor N Browne D Dempsey D Sweeney D Lawlor K Higgins K Healy S Mc Andrew T Dempsey K Mc Loughlin K Lally

This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney.

Jul

5

U-16 Boys Start With Victory

By tdomf_d782a

Killala 4 S&F Utd 2

Killala U-16 boys started off their league season with a hard fought 4-2 win at home to a very strong S&F United.Killala got the perfect start taking the lead inside five minutes with a well taken free on the edge of the box by D O Boyle.However the away side soon levelled and then took the lead after the home side conceded a penalty.Killala were next to be awarded a penalty for handball but missed the effort only to level the match just before half time from a corner by K Higgins.The second half continued with both teams attacking and Killala took the lead ten minutes from time when O Boyle finished off a lovely move down the left side.As S&F pressed forward in search of an equaliser O Boyle completed his tat-trick with a fine finish.In what was an entertaining game the home defence was rock solid in the second period.
Team:D Lavelle P Lynott S Mc Andrew K Mc Loughlin J Flannelly K Higgins K Healy D O Boyle J Noone K Lally R Sweeney
Subs:B Lawlor A Kearney

This post was submitted by Aidan Sweeney.

Aug

31

Just one of those days !

By tdomf_d782a

Claremorris 2 Killala 0

Killala U-16 traveled to Claremorris hoping to retain their 3rd place in the league but it just wasn’t to be.
Claremorris opened the scoring after just 2 minutes after a defensive error allowed one of the Claremorris strikers through to round the Killala keeper and slot the ball home.
However for the rest of the game Killala pounded the Claremorris goal which will need a new paint job after being struck 3 times in the first half and 6 times in the second not including a venemous strike by Killala’s Mattie Kane which had the Claremorris keeper well beat but shook both posts.
The home side went in at half time shocked to be 1-0 up.
Killala piled on even more pressure in the 2nd half and were denied an equaliser by the Claremorris goalkeeper (man of the match) who pulled off superb saves to deny Killala’s Jason Carroll, Ryan Sweeney, Cian Noone, James Noone, Daragh O’Boyle, Simon Helly & Mattie Kane.
Killala pushed and probed for the equaliser and left just Cian Monaghan and Eoin O’Neill in defense to handle the non existant Claremorris attack but it was just one of those days when deep into injury time Claremorris cleared one of Killala’s 12 corners and with their only decent passing movements of the game punished Killala with the final score of the game to have it finish 2-0 to the home side.
Both teams left the pitch scratching their heads at the score for different reasons.
Killala team: J. Flannelly, P. Murphy, C.Monaghan, J. Carroll, E. O’Neill, J. Noone, D.Haugh, C.Noone, M.Kane, D.O’Boyle and S.Helly. Subs: R.Sweeny for D.Haugh (50 min)

This post was submitted by Tony Browne.