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
Monday, April 23 2018 (Greenhills)
Scorers: Shaun Bonfield & Lee Ryan
The lads continued were they left off on Saturday with a good performance with goals from Shaun Bonfield & Lee Ryan. Shaun’s effort was a cracker from 25 yards to the roof of the net.
This was a great effort from the team’s first year playing premier soccer. Enjoy the summer and we will see ye in the new season.
From Peter, Eoin & Colin.
Saturday, April 21 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Although beaten 2-0 this was a very good performance and the lads were unlucky, creating numerous chances and were unlucky to be beaten. The lads played with a lot of heart and gave as good as they got and just conceded two very soft goals.
Monday, April 16 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
A disappointing result but giving the awful weather on the evening they lads struggled with the conditions and were beaten by physically stronger team on the evening.
Wednesday, April 4 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Scorer: Lee Ryan
Newport U14A welcomed Aisling for the return League game in the Limerick Premier league. This was a much-anticipated game after the teams had played out a cracking 2-2 draw in the first league game of the season in Annacotty. You could not have had a better game after the defeat to Fairview on Good Friday.
Again, Newport started slowly and were down 1-0 early in the first half. Now under pressure they defended very well with a couple of moments of concern but the lads worked hard and showed great commitment & desire to keep the score-line to 1-0.
Early in the second half, Newport were awarded a free and with a great effort from Diarmuid O’Riordan which was saved by the Aisling keeper, Lee Ryan was on hand to score the rebound.
Newport were now playing well and creating more chances but were unable to take them.
Aisling also pressed hard in the second half but Newport defended resolutely and the match ended all square. Well done to all concerned for a great team performance.
Wednesday, April 4 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Friday, March 30 2018 (Fairgreen)
Scorer: Shaun Bonfield
Newport travelled to play Fairview on Good Friday evening last in what was only their second league game since December.
This game turned out to be a learning curve for both players and management as faced with a physically stronger team they acquitted themselves well.
Although losing the game 4-1 the boys worked hard and stayed in the game when other teams would have dropped their heads. This bodes well for their future development as they did not give up.
2-0 down early in the first half they battled back to 2-1 courtesy of a Shaun Bonfield goal only to concede 2 late goals.
A special mention must go to Craig O’Connell who stepped into goals at short notice and acquitted himself well in the game.
Saturday, March 24 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Saturday, February 24 2018 (Carew Park)
Saturday, February 24 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Scorers: Lee Ryan, Alex O’Toole & Shane O’Halloran
Newport Town U14 team resumed their League campaign after nearly a break of three months due to the weather. They welcomed Mungret/Regional on Saturday morning last.
This game started with Newport dominating possession and creating chances especially from great work by Lee Ryan who was creating chances but with the lads not converting the chances. Newport were hit with a breakaway goal just before half time-1 nil down at the break.
Newport now had to up the pace in the second half and created some chances and eventually got the equalizer through Lee Ryan. With a couple of subs brought Newport pressed again and Alex O’Toole cut in and finished well with a low drive to the bottom corner with the keeper not able to save his effort.
Newport, now playing some good football played the ball out to Shane O Halloran who’s looping shot deceived the goalkeeper and finished in the net.
3-1 to Newport. A good result but we need to keep up effort to the end of the season.