Blarney United Cork Schoolboy Fixtures for this week. Please come out and support the boys
Blarney United U15’s v Balincollig – 3rd Round of the National Cup
Balincollig 0 Blarney 1
A hard fought victory against a very physical Balincollig team. Key to the success was Blarneys very resilient back line with Cian in goal Jack, Oisin,Joe and Cathal keeping 6 clean sheets out of 8 games.
Cameron Lynch with a great goal, just reward for his tireless efforts up front.
Every player giave 100% for the whole game. Well done lads.
Weight – 4st – 5 LBS
Height – 4 ft 5′
Schools/College Attended – Cloghroe NS
When and where did you first start playing soccer – 5 years ago in my Garden
Achievement with club to date –Being a member and enjoying myself
Biggest influence on your soccer career – My Dad
What sporting event would you most like to attend (doesn’t have to be soccer related) MMA
To date what is your favourite moment in sport – Watching Conor McGregor BEAT Jose Aldo
Favourite Venue – Anfield
Favourite Soccer Player – Salah
What sportsperson would you most like to meet – Salah
What do you think most important skill in soccer –Controlling and passing the ball
Toughest player to mark in training –Dan Madden
Who is the joker on the team – Me
If you won the lotto what would be the first thing you would buy- A Ferrari
Favourite holiday destination – Portugal
Favourite music – Imagine dragons
Favourite Film – Harry Potter
In 10 years time I hope to be ……A famous footballer
Blarney United 1-2 Rockmount
Disappointing result for the Senior team tonight in front of a big crowd at O Shea Park.
This game was all about the second half with the game 0-0 at half time.
A frustrating second half as Blarney dominated a lot of the possession, but couldn’t find an equalizer, after Rockmount took the lead at 2-1.
With 20 minuets remaining Blarney pushed for the equalizer and had plenty of chances, but couldn’t break down the Rockmount defense.
Thanks for all the support tonight 👏
Membership Registration Night
Friday 26th October Blarney United Clubhouse from 7.00pmto 9.00pm to facilitate any members that want to register but for whatever reason cannot complete the online registration.
The deadline to register is Friday 26th Oct. Please bring a credit / debit card and We will help members to register. We will have 2 laptops available to register.
For any further information contact
Blarney visited Carrigaline today and came out with a win. Blarney took control from the start with a goal from Ronan McDonagh. Goals from Jacob Kelliher, Isaac Herlihy, Adrian Morley and Michael Carey put the tie beyond a resilient carrigaline. Good performance by the whole squad,
Height 5ftOccupation Student 6th classSchools/College Attended Rathduff NS GrenaghWhen and where did you first start playing soccer ….2010 I was 4 years old – Blarney Utd Academy
Achievement with club to date: Promoted to Premier for 2018/19 Season
Biggest influence on your soccer career – my coaches Stephen/Bernard/Darragh and Paul
What sporting event would you most like to attend (doesn’t have to be soccer related) Soccer World Cup
To date what is your favourite moment in sport: Delighted when my team promoted this year
Favourite : Home – O’Shea Park
Favourite Soccer Player: David de Gea
What sportsperson would you most like to meet: David de Gea
What do you think most important skill in soccer: Hard Work
Toughest player to mark in training: Ben
Who is the joker on the team: Danny
If you won the lotto what would be the first thing you would buy: Season Ticket for Man Utd
Favourite holiday destination: Spain
Favourite music Anything by George Ezra
Favourite Film: Fast and Furious 8
In 10 years time I hope to be …… Playing in goal for Cork City
Game of the week –
Blarney Utd U13s played out a 0-0 draw v Corinthians Boys today. There may have been no goals and plenty of rain but both team put on a great performance. Corinthians started the stronger and had Blarney penned in their own half for the first 10 minutes. Blarney’s defense held up well with good defensive displays from Cian Lawless and Ben O Connell limiting Corinthians to only a couple of half chances. Blarney gradually got a foothold in the game and gained more possession as the half went on. In the second half Blarney started to dominate midfield with Jack Murray and Darragh Lyons getting the upper hand and playing good possession football. Ronan Byrd ran well between the lines and Ronan O Keeffe was a handful for the Corinthians defense and held up play well. There was superb wing play from Luke Philpott who delivered excellent crosses for Blarney Utd who were now putting the Corinthians defense under pressure. Corinthians though did have a couple of chances on the break but great defense by Blarney Utd full backs Eoghan Ahern and Robert Dooling kept them at bay. Overall it was great squad performance by Blarney Utd who could have taken 3 points from the Premier League leaders. Full squad for Blarney Utd – Mike Russell, Eoghan Ahern, Callum Donohoe, Cian Lawless, Ben O’Connell, Luke Philpott, Daniel O Connor, Jack Murray, Darragh Lyons, Ronan Byrd, Ronan O’ Keeffe, Robert Dooling, Dale Heinen, Liam Daly And Danny O’Mahony.