Saturday 8th November 2014
Tully Park, Trim
NECSL Under 15 Boys
Trim Celtic 1-7 Athboy Celtic
Halftime: 0-2
The Trim side started well and were dominant in early stages of first half but two goals in quick succession gave Athboy a 2-0 lead at the break. Both teams traded goals early in the second half with Cillian Molloy on target for the home side. Athboy capitalised on two defensive mistakes before scoring two more well taken goals.
Trim Celtic: Luke Crimmons, Adam Power, Padraig Payne, Hugh Johnston, Ivan Bagnall, Peter Moore, Dean Gibbons., Padraig McIntyre, Ciaran Kelly, Alex Dunne, Laughlin Dwyer
Subs: Ian Durkin (for Moore), Cillian Molloy (for Padraig Payne)

8th November 2014
Tully Park, Trim
NECSL Under 14 Girls
Trim Celtic 1-2 Parkvilla
Halftime: 1-0
Trim Celtic scorer: O.G.
Trim Celtic Under 14 Girls lost out to Parkvilla by the narrowest of margins in a very close encounter in Tully Park at lunch-time on Saturday. Nicole Conlon made her debut at left back, and against strong opposition put in an impressive performance. Trim got off to the perfect start on 5 minutes, when an excellent inswinging corner by Sophie O’Connor, was turned in to the net by a Parkvilla defender. Trim enjoyed long spells of possession without creating too many chances, with the front 6 providing a constant threat to the Parkvilla rearguard.
In the second half Parkvilla started to gain momentum and only the strong running and covering of Lili O’Connor and Esha Hughes prevented a number of one-on-one situations. Kathy Rispin was vocal in marshalling her busy defence. Caitlin Gorman had her busiest afternoon of the season so far in the Trim Celtic goal. Both Andrea Hiney and Sophie O’Connor used their speed down the wings to create numerous chances for their team. Parkvilla made their pressure pay after 40 mins when they equalised. Trim continued to pour forward and created many chances which were kept out by a defiant Parkvilla defence. Hanna Boggins struck the woodwork, and Michelle Doonan and Kate Forde also forced good saves by the defiant Parkvilla defence. Parkvilla scored the games crucial goal after 45 mins following a spell of continued pressure on the Trim goal. A very close and exciting game to watch for the large crowd in attendance.
Trim Celtic: Caitlin Gorman, Kathy Rispin, Nicole Conlon, Esha Hughes, Lili O’Connor, Leah Dennehy, Andrea Hiney, Sophie O’Connor, Kate Forde, Hannah Boggins, Michelle Doonan
Subs: Shauna Dempsey, Gabija Solksridte, Stacey Donoghue

Saturday 8th November 2014
Tully Park, Trim
SFAI Cup 3rd Round
Trim Celtic 1-6 Corduff FC
Halftime: 0-4 Corduff
Trim Celtic Scorer: James Murray (pen 45)
Trim Celtic had their work cut out at a rain soaked Tully Pk as they faced cup favourites and last year’s runners up Corduff FC in a 3rd round SFAI cup match on Saturday morning.
Corduff started much brighter and were ahead inside three minutes when a free kick floated into the box was headed home by the Corduff striker. It then went from bad to worse for Celtic when a Corduff player went down in the box and the ref pointed to the spot. The penalty was duly dispatched although Luke Doyle in the Celtic goal very nearly got a hand to it. Some swift counter attacking play by Corduff gave them two further goals inside the first fifteen minutes and the tie was over as a contest. It was only then that Celtic seemed to get to grips with the game and the occasion as they overcame their nerves to really take the game to the Dublin side. Every single player in the hoops ran themselves into the ground to ensure that even at 4-0 down they were not going to lie down and make it easy. With Conor McGinley taking control of every ball in the midfield and Oran Kirby imperious as ever at the heart of the defence Trim Celtic probably had the two standout players on the pitch for the remainder of the game.
The second half started much brighter for Celtic although they were to fall further behind in the 40th minute as a free kick form Corduff came back off the crossbar and the ball was prodded home for their fifth goal. An excellent run from Andreas Lopez drew a foul inside the area on 45 minutes and James Murray confidently stroked home the penalty to reduce the arrears. At this stage the game was much more evenly matched and a late Corduff goal put a somewhat unfair gloss on the scoreline for Corduff. Indeed the first fifteen minutes apart this game was no walkover for a team that are technically the second best U13 team in the country and the Trim Celtic team as a whole, players, management and parents can be rightly proud of the effort and commitment shown by all involved. Best for Celtic were Conor McGinley, Oran Kirby and James Murray.
Trim Celtic: Luke Doyle, Eoin Gaffney, Mark Cunningham, Oran Kirby, Adam Wilson, Conor McGinley, Andreas Lopez, James Murray, Liam Reilly, Eoghan Lenehen, Evan deCourcey Tobin
Subs: Kevin McGowan (for Reilly), Jack Vaughan (for deCourcey Tobin), Adam Ryan (for Lenehan), Fionn McEvoy (for Gaffney)