U10 Yellows v Parkville
Saturday, March 19 2016 (Derryleigh Park)
After a long winter lay off Newport U-10 Yellows finally got back into action with a match against Parkville at Derryleigh on Saturday morning. We were absolutely delighted that a full squad of fourteen players turned up and we did our best to ensure that all players got as much game time as possible.
The first half was a tight end to end affair with both teams attacking well and playing some nice football but Newport gradually got stronger as the half went on and we went in up at half time courtesy of a good goal from Senan Ryan. Continue reading
Saturday, October 31 (Derryleigh Park)
Newport U10’s Red team hosted Pike Rovers in Derryleigh Park. It was the 1st match this year in which the Silent Sideline was in operation with parents & coaches staying silent throughout the game except for cheers & encouragement.
Newport had plenty of the ball in the 1st half with a noticeable improvement in their passing game, which we had being working on in training for the past few weeks. Our midfield of Conor Molamphy, Damien O’Brien and Cillian Collins & Zach Ryan all played particularly well in covering all the pitch. We were unlucky to concede a goal in the 18th minute. But Newport never gave up and continued to play well with Evan Keogh and Martin McCabe in the forwards trying to get an equaliser. They were duly rewarded for their efforts when Martin McCabe got his 1st goal of the season, 5 mins into the second half. Continue reading
Over the next two weekends (October 24 & 31), the club will be taking part in Silent Sideline Saturdays at under 10 & 11 games. Silent Sideline Saturdays are organised so that players can play with the freedom to make their own decisions. Very often in kids’ sports, adults, parents and coaches become overly vocal in their approach to working with young players. However well-intentioned some of them may be, the results are not always positive. With a Silent Sideline game, the coaches, parents and spectators are asked to keep talking to a bare minimum on the sidelines. One coach from each team will be given the task to instruct (not during the game), whilst everyone else watches on in SILENCE. Continue reading
Saturday, October 17 (Derryleigh Park)
On Saturday Newport u-10 Yellows entertained Aisling Annacotty in what was our first home match of the season and also Nathan Keppel’s debut for the team.
As with the other matches this season we had nearly a full squad to choose from as 13 turned up looking for action.Newport got off to a flying start with Paddy Hussey grabbing two early goals and before half time Darragh Meaney scored a very good goal. Continue reading
Saturday, October 3 (Athlunkard)
On Saturday Newport U-10 yellows travelled away to take on Corbally.
A big squad of 13 turned up for the game and just as the last game all players were involved at some point in both halves of the game.
Newport got off to a flying start with Ciaran Carey causing Corbally all sorts of problems at the back. Ciaran helped himself to two goals as did his midfield partner Senan Ryan. Continue reading
Saturday, October 3 (Derryleigh Park)
On Sat 3rd Oct, Newport played a very strong Aisling Annacotty team at home. They found it difficult to repel a very skilful & quick forward line. Despite some fantastic saves made by Luke Kennedy, Aisling Annacotty still managed to score. By the second half Newport were been defeated but never gave up. Despite putting in great efforts throughout the game Newport came out on the losing side. Thanks to all our supporters for coming.
Squad: Zach Ryan, Damien O’Brien, David O’Brien, Martin McCabe, James Delahunty, Luke Kennedy, Conor Molamphy, Dylan Jones, Ben O’Callaghan, Evan Keogh
Wednesday, September 16 (Mungret)
The Newport U-10 yellow team kicked off its season on Wednesday evening with an away match to Mungret. All 13 players contributed in the first half which saw Newport leading through a goal from Senan Ryan.
Mungret came back strongly in the second half and we have to thank our keeper Darragh Gavin for keeping us in the match at times.
The game became a cracking end to end affair where our midfielders David Whelton, Evan Moran, Darragh Meaney and Ciaran Carey never gave up, they played some great football and covered all over the pitch. Continue reading
Wednesday, September 16 (Derryleigh Park)
Newport played a very strong Caherdavin team at home in Derryleigh Park in front of a large crowd of parents & supporters. In just their second game together, they found it difficult to repel a very skilful and quick forward line. With some great saves made by Luke Kennedy, Damien O’Brien, James Delahunty, Dylan Jones and Alex O’Neill, Caherdavin still managed to score. By the second half Newport were been well defeated and were still battling to score but never gave up. Dessie Lysaght, Ben O’Callaghan, David O’Brien, Evan Keogh made some powerful attempts to score but Conor Molamphy was the only player who succeeded from a well taken free kick. Despite putting in great efforts throughout the game Newport came out on the losing side. Thanks to all our supporters for coming.
Squad: Ben O’Callaghan, Evan Keogh, Conor Molamphy, Alex O’Neill, Dessie Lysaght, Luke Kennedy, David O’Brien, James Delahunty, Dylan Jones & Damien O’Brien
Below are links to some informative short videos that will give coaches, players and parents a very good visual display of the new FAI Player Development Plans for the younger age groups from under 6 to under 12. Everyone involved with under age teams should take a look and familiarise themselves with the changes.
4V4 for U6 & U7 5V5 for U8 & U9 7V7 for U10 & U11 9V9 for U12
Saturday, September 12 (Athlunkard)
On Sat Sept 12th, Newport U10 Reds played their first league match away to Corbally. Newport played a great match with Luke Kennedy making some brilliant saves in goals and James Delahunty and Damien O’Brien making some great clearances. Conor Molamphy and David O’Brien played very well under pressure playing a strong mid field and sending the ball forward to Dessie Lysaght and Ben O’Callaghan and almost scoring on a number of occasions.
Conor Molamphy enjoyed a brilliant performance in the Newport jersey by scoring a hat-trick with some great assistance from John Grace & Martin McCabe. Continue reading