Delighted to say that places on both our SportsDirect FAI Summer Soccer Schools are filling fast. Camp 1 takes place from July 2–6 and is NOW FULL. Camp 2 runs from August 6-10. Online booking is now open and full details are available at www.summersoccerschools.ie. The camps are for boys & girls aged 6-14 and the cost is just €65 which includes an exclusive Umbro kit, backpack, football and certificate plus five days of fun-filled coaching from FAI accredited coaches! There is also a family discount available as well as a discount for booking on both camps. Both of last year’s camps were complete sell-outs so we advise you to book early to guarantee your place. #Summer2018 #SPORTSDIRECT #FAI #SummerCamps
Saturday, May 12 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Saturday, May 12 2018 (Bridgetown)
Friday, April 20 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Monday, April 16 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
On a wet and windy evening in the middle of April our U11 Girls bowed out of the cup after an epic game between two evenly matched sides. Both teams had chances in normal time to get the winner. It was to be Ballymackey who scored a great goal from distance in the first period of E.T to seal the victory. Best of luck of Ballymackey who now play Holycross in the final. We will now play BT Harps away in the Shield semi-final on Wednesday, April 25.
Thanks to all the parents and supporters who attended to cheer on the girls. Apologies, but as the weather was so bad we couldn’t even get a team photo.
Tom, James and Viv.
Saturday, April 14 2018 (Portland Park)
Scorers: Sean Roche, Sean Cahill & Harry Lee
Saturday, April 14 2018 (Athlunkard)
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.
Newport U11 Blue Team hosted Carew Park on Wednesday evening in Derryleigh Park in what was a cracking game. Newport started brightly with Ciaran Carey dominating midfield. All the team was working hard with Dylan Jones and Aaron Joyce constantly making great runs and putting the Carew Park defence under pressure. This paid off in the 10th minute when Conor Molamphy finished to the net. Newport continued to press and were rewarded shortly after when Aaron Joyce scored a great goal from a brilliant through ball delivered by Ciaran Carey. At the other end Damien O’Brien and James Delahunty were dominant and Conor Molamphy was putting in his usual strong performance in midfield. Just before half time Luke Kennedy put in 2 great corners with Martin McCabe finishing to the net from the second corner with a confident finish. Continue reading
Saturday, February 11 2017 (Derryleigh Park)
On Saturday morning Newport U11 Blue team hosted Aisling Annacotty in a sunny but cold Derryleigh Park in what was a game of two half’s. Newport started slow and Aisling controlled the first 10 minutes of the game. Newport started to get more into the half with Conor Molumphy bringing a great save from the opposition goalkeeper. Cillian Collins in the Newport goals made a number of very good saves before Annacotty hit the back of the net twice in a short period of time. Ciaran Carey then made a great run but was again denied by their goalkeeper. Newport were now getting more of the ball with David O’Brien and Nathan Kepple doing well in Midfield. Continue reading