Five of the Club’s schoolboy sides took to the field today and they recorded four wins and one defeat in NECSL League matches.

The U15s beat visitors Kells at Tully Park to keep themselves in contention for runner up spot in Division 1. Damien McGee hit two and Diarmuid Higgins scored the other in a deserved win.


The U14s comfortably beat Borora also in Tully Park by a score of 6-0 to remain on target for the Division 2 title. Darragh Scannell hit four first half goals and Darren Melia hit the other two in the second half. His first was a header (pictured above) and his second came from the spot (pictured below).


The U13s had Joey Corrigan to thank for their away victory over East Meath. He scored in a 1-0 win which moves the team to joint top of Division 1 with only two games remaining – both at home. First up are Carrick Rovers and then the showdown with Kentstown Rovers.

The U12s scored the only goal of the game at home to Athboy to secure three more league points – Gareth White was on target.

The only team not to win today was the U11s who went down 1-3 at home to Kells in their last league match of the season. Stephen Moroney was on target. The U11s were crowned League Champions three weeks ago.