Tuesday, May 22 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Scorers: Darren Collins 2, Devlin Courtney, Jack Connolly, Elliott Slattery, Darren Hanley & O.G
Well done to the U18 Youths, who have made it through to the Div 2 League Playoff following their 7-0 win over Shelbourne this evening in Derryleigh Park. Goals from Darren Collins 2, Devlin Courtney, Jack Connolly, Elliott Slattery, Darren Hanley & O.G. ensured that the lads will play Charleville next Sunday morning in a winner-takes-all playoff. The kick-off is 11am with the venue to be confirmed.
Saturday, May 19 2018 (Athlunkard)
Scorers: Nathan Hartigan 2, Darren Collins 2, James Rochford & Adam Hurley
Tuesday, May 15 2018 (Derryleigh Park)
Scorer: James Rochford
Congratulations to the Newport players who have been selected on the 2017/2018 Limerick League divisional teams of the season. We have representation from our B team and U18 & U17 sides. This is a great honour for both the players and the club. Click here for full list of teams.
Div 2B: Kieran ‘Fletch’ O’Sullivan, Kalem Harte & John Ryan
U18 Div 2: James Lynch, Ben Wixted, Elliott Slattery & Devlin Courtney
U17 Div 2: Jack Foley, Jack Noble & Robert Duggan
Sunday, April 29 2018 (Pike Grounds)
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.