Sunday, April 15 2018 (Elton)
Scorers: Colin Coleman & Troy Porter
The Youths recorded an impressive 2-1 quarter-final win away to Div 1 side Kilfrush in the Ger Ryan Youth Cup on Sunday afternoon with goals from Colin Coleman & Troy Porter. The reward is a semi-final visit to Pike Rovers this coming Sunday at 11am.
Tuesday, April 10 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Scorers: James Rochford & Devlin Courtney
Saturday, April 7 2018 (Dooradoyle)
Scorers: Elliott Slattery 2, Devlin Courtney, Adam Hurley, James Lynch, Jack Landers & O.G.
The U18’s still remain just 2 points behind the league leaders, Charleville following a comfortable 7-1 win away to Regional Utd on Saturday evening with goals from Elliott Slattery 2, Devlin Courtney, Adam Hurley, James Lynch, Jack ’18 today’ Landers & O.G. With 4 league games remaining and Charleville still having to travel to Derryleigh Park, Newport’s destiny lies firmly in their own hands.
Sunday, April 1 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Scorers: Devlin Courtney 3, Elliott Slattery & Denis O’Donoghue
Sunday, March 25 2018 (Mungret)
Scorers: Nathan Hartigan & James Rochford
Sunday, March 11 2018 (Kilmallock)
Scorer: Elliott Slattery
Junior Cup Draws
The draws have been made for the Junior Divisional Cups. Hopefully some of our sides can make it to a final in Jackman Park.
Sunday, February 25 (Derryleigh Park)
Scorers: Nathan Hartigan 3, James Rochford, Adam Hurley & Jack Connolly
The Youths had their first competitive game in over 2 months, when they hosted Aisling Annacotty in Derryleigh on Sunday. The long lay off over the Christmas period was evident as the lads were slow to get going. Jack Connolly wearing the captain’s armband got Newport on the score sheet after the ball fell to him in the box after a corner from the right hand side after 20 minutes. Nathan Hartigan was next to score heading home from a cross field ball from James Rochford, 2-0 the half time score. The lads were a lot quicker off the mark in the second half, James Rochford forcing a mistake from the Aisling keeper for 3-0. The game quieted for the next 20 mins or so until Adam Hurley took his chance to make it 4-0. Nathan grabbed his second on 78 minutes after a great run in behind. Aisling managed to grab a consolation on 90 minutes after a scramble in the 6 yard box from a corner. Nathan completed his hat trick in spectacular fashion from the resulting restart, after Jack Landers rolled the ball into his path from the tip off, Nathan let fly with his left after spotting the keeper off his line and the ball sailed in to the back of the net, wrapping up a comfortable win of the lads.
All adults involved with children within our club in any capacity must complete the FAI/Garda vetting process. All Garda vetting applications for the Football Association of Ireland have been processed online from 5th September 2016.
For new Garda vetting applications, individuals should use the new Garda Vetting Invitation form and the Garda Vetting ID Validation form (see link below). To fully submit an application, they need to complete the form/s and give them along with identification documents to the club’s Child Welfare Officer (Micheal Lenihan), who will then forward to the FAI.
On receipt of a the Vetting Invitation Form, Garda ID Validation form and copies of their identification, the FAI will email the applicant an invitation to complete the remainder of the Garda vetting process online. Following this, the applicant will receive a tracking number which they can use to track the current status of their Garda vetting application.
If a Garda vetting applicant is aged 16 or 17, the above documentation must be accompanied by a Parental/Guardian Consent form (see link below). Failure to do so will deem the application invalid and it will not be processed.
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U18 Squad v Maree Oranmore
Sunday, December 3 2017 (Derryleigh Park)
A large and supportive crowd attended Derryleigh Park on Sunday afternoon for the FAI Youth Cup third round game between Newport Town AFC and Maree Oranmore of the Galway League. The prize on offer to the winners was advancement to the last 16 of this prestigious national competition. Maree Oranmore FC were a bit of an unknown quantity but within a few minutes of kick-off it was clear to see that they were a serious outfit. The start of the game was a cagey affair but the visitors took the lead in the 17th minute when Newport failed to clear the ball from defence and despite keeper, Brendan Coffey’s excellent block from a close range shot, it was the the Galway side’s player who reacted quickest to the breaking ball and made no mistake in putting them in front.
Maree Oranmore continued to ramp up the pressure in the first half and Newport rode their luck at times but stood firm to stop the visitors extending their lead. Newport had no real clear-cut chances in the first 45 minutes but went into the dressing rooms at half time knowing that they were still firmly in the game. Continue reading