We’d like to thank our nursery mentors, Lorraine Forde, Amanda Treadwell, Noleen Kerley, Ursula Matthews, and Gary Dromgoole (Juvenile Chairperson), whose hard work and dedication throughout the year have made such a massive impact on this squad, and for that, we are forever grateful. To our senior players, a massive thanks for assisting with the final training session and for the presentation for an unforgettable morning for our youngest members.
Our U13s bowed out of the championship at the q-final stage following defeat to a very strong Sean O’Mahonys side this week at home. After the concession of 4 early goals, which left us with a mountain to climb, the lads never gave up and battled back into the game, in which they competed very well against the bigger and stronger O’Mahonys.
admin August 26, 2022 U17 FIRST ROUND CHAMPIONSHIP STRUGGLE AT HOME St. Kevin’s (0-9) Naomh Finbarra (0-14) Our U17 football team hosted the first round in the Championship, last Thursday night against visitors Naomh Finbarra. The first half was extremely competitive, however with an extra player in defence the lads were unable to convert their …
Spectators in Philipstown were treated to a great display of skills and a highly contested game between St. Kevin’s and Dreadnots last Friday evening. With possession spread evenly between the two teams for the duration of the game, the only difference was the conversion rate. Whilst the Philipstown men had a considerably better conversion rate, as the adage goes, goals win matches and the Dreadnots two goals clinched the draw for them.
The U13 team had a fantastic evening of football when they played host to Cooley Kickhams for 7th round of the Division 2 League last night. The Kevin’s were first out of the blocks with Lorcan O’Connor who scored an impressive goal within a minute after the first whistle, Jack Ruane also quick on the mark scored the first of his goals only a minute later.