U13’s draw with St Fiacc’s

Our under 13 team drew today with St. Fiacc’s in a hard fought 1-1 draw.Gavin Healy put Josephs one ahead after 15 min when he raced onto a great pass from Dominique Meudec. Both sides had chances to score but both keepers were in fine form, Indeed only for Joseph Byrne in the Joeys goal things could have been a lot worse.Fiaccs only got their goal when they scored from a free kick with the last kick of the game, Josephs had good performances from Gavin Healy, Ciaran Doyle, Adam Kelso, Connor Brennan and man of the match Joseph Byrne.

U8s Win at the Superbowl.

An u8s side that are improving game on game, had another great victory this time against Vale Wanderers. There was an excellent team effort from the whole panel, who are really starting to gel as a team. Two goals from Conor Carew and 1 from Cian McGuire, best for St.Joseph’s Ruairi Scully, Josh Donegan, Sinead Thompson and Cillian Moore. Final score 0-3.

U16 Reds at Home V Parkville

A Cracking Goal from Eoin Fields settled this game down after 12 minutes of tough soccer, on 15 minutes a mistake in Joeys defence saw Parkville score a great free kick, It was 3-1 to Parkville at half time. In the second half Parkville dominated play and Joeys didnt play to their potential. End result St Josephs 1 Parkville 6. Cathal Costello, Rory Carbury, Luke Nolan, James Brennan, Adam Murphy and Conor O Toole never gave up for Joes.

U16 Greens Away to St.Pats.

Away from home and up against a strong St Pats side St Joseph’s struggled in the 1st half .Conceeding too much possession St Pat’s dominated and were 4 up at half time. Second half saw St Joseph’s show spirit and determination and scored a well worked goal through Dean Dunne. St Pat’s scored one more late on with St Joseph’s pushing high up the pitch . Brendan Quirkebolt & Dylan Reamsbottom stood out for St Josephs . Final score 5-1.

Over 35’s make it back from Wolfhill

In a game better suited to wetsuits and flippers, St Joseph’s struggled to put out a full team. The swimming conditions did not suit and St Joseph’s only score came from a cracking shot by Bernard Mullen. Final score 3 – 1 to Wolfhill.

U12’s win against Vale

St Josephs came out on top 1-0 in a very hard-fought game in Leighlinbridge. St Josephs were on top for much of the game and went
ahead 1-0 with a fine goal from Thomas Sheehan, after a great through
ball by Eoin Woods. The second half, played in difficult conditions,
saw St Josephs hold out for a victory. Best for Josephs were Padraig
O’Connor, Jack Holmes, Lee Hutton ,Harry Taylor, Dinny Farrell, Conor
Hickson, Daniel Nolan and Sean Rourke