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November 28, 2009

Under 12 Kynog United V Prosperous

it was kynog at home to prosperous and the game was in full flight from the minute the whistle blew, a run from prosperous was well defended from kynogs daniel condon and passed to jamie adams who set up kynogs adam toman who scored the first goal of the match in the fourth minute,only minutes later prosperous were giving a penalty which was put wide of the post,the two teams were playing to their best and with only two minutes left in the first half prosperous jamie doyle scored their first goal,eight minutes into the second half kynogs daniel condon scored,with prosperous fighting hard to keep kynog out adam lynch scored another one for kynog,a great run from dylan burton gave prosperous their second goal,however adam toman was on form and scored another one for kynog, prosperous were anxious for another score and did so with a shot from oran nagle hitting the net,it was a great game from both teams and the final score kynog 4  prosperous 3

Posted by kynog24 at 05:24 PM

Kynog United White V Bush Celtic Green

Kynog Utd White 0-6 Bush Celtic Green , Kynog Park 10:30

In freezing conditions Bush Celtic's excellent finishing
ensured a deserved victory, despite the gallant efforts of

Despite some excellent keeping by Eoin Montgomery in the
Kynog goal Sam Prendergast lead the scoring with a surberb
hat-trick for Bush Celtic, aided in the scoring by Adam
Hynes (2) and Peter Rennick (1).

Another display of fine goalkeeping by Eamon Keon in the
Bush Celtic goal denied fine efforts from Adam Condon and
Aidan Ralph for Kynog, their chances supplied by the
tireless efforts in midfield of both Alex Kilmurray and
Conor Somers.

Kynog Utd White
Eoin Montgormery, Conor Somers, Alex Kilmurray, Aidan Ralph,
Adam Condon, Jaime O'Brien, Gavin Keely.

Bush Celtic Green
Kevin Crowley, Michael Troy, Adam Hynes, Kieran Kelly, Alex
King, Sam Prendergast, Peter Rennick, Eamon Keon, Daniel
Duggan, Thomas Keaveney, Ben Coleman, John Collins.

Posted by kynog24 at 05:13 PM

November 09, 2009

Under 8 Kynog United V BBC United

Kynog United v BBC United
Under 8's
Kynog 8 BBC 2
BBC made the short trip to Kynog park on this lovely sunny morning
The game got off to a super start for Kynog with Emmett Donoghue hitting the back of the BBC net in the first few minutes. For the rest of the first quarter Kynog put pressure on the BBC defence with some great saves by Cathal Ryan and top class defending by Nicole Farrell and Craig Thompson making sure the crowd on the side line were entertained.
Kynog began to dominate midfield in the next quarter and netted a few more goals through great play by Thomas Fallon, Darragh Merriman and Ross Donnellan. But the BBC midfield of Robert Higgins and Oisin Mattimoe worked hard and they got their deserved goals through Jamie Hurst.
BBC had a very strong last quarter and only some brilliant saves by Eoin Disney kept them out.
The last score of the game came from a Kynog break up the pitch Eoin Melia had a great effort saved only for the ball to fall to Adam Dempsey who made no mistake and nearly burst the net.
Well done to both teams - Kynog took their goals really well and BBC never lost heart.




Posted by kynog24 at 01:40 PM

November 08, 2009

Under 7 White Kynog United V Newbridge town

7th November Kynog White Newbridge town 0 8 Newbridge were the visitors to Kynog this week,on a cold wet morning.despite it being kynogs second game of the season they did their best to keep Newbridge from scoring in the first quarter,a few great saves from Cian Loughlin but Newbridge managed to score 8 goals . Kynog never gave up, always kept their heads held high and played o.k.Scores for Newbridge were Eoghan Molloy (4) , Eoin Meehan (2) , Josh Burns (2) and great play in defence by Sam Meenan and James Murphy in goals and had a few great saves , Kynog's Jamie O'Brien had a great game along with Alex Kilmurry in backs and Adam Condon and Gavin Keely in mid field.

Posted by kynog24 at 12:48 PM

November 07, 2009

Under 9 Kynog United V Kilcullen

Kynog Utd 4 – 2 Kilcullen


Kynog and Kilcullen’s U9s served up an excellent match on Saturday morning in difficult conditions. Kynog’s pitch held up well under the week’s heavy rain, and both teams played some nice football to keep the large crowd entertained. Kynog were quick off the mark, and when Josh Harris won the ball in midfield, he found Joshua Lee who drove the ball high into the Kilcullen net to give his team the lead. Almost immediately, Kilcullen, driven on by Liam Horan, got themselves level as Stephen Halford pounced on a loose ball in the box to score with a powerful shot. With the game going end to end, it was Kynog next on the scoresheet, as Shane O’Connor played in Joshua Lee to roll the all home. Lee returned the favour by finding O’Connor who rounded the keeper to slide the ball home and give Kynog a 3-1 lead at half-time.


Kynog extended their lead as Ciaran Casey played a delightful ball for Shane O’Connor to slide home. Casey almost extended the Kynog lead but a brave save from Kilcullen keeper Aaron Kennedy kept Kilcullen in the game. This seemed to inspire the Kilcullen team and Justin Reilly in the Kynog defence had to be at his best to keep Kilcullen out. They were not to be denied though, and Cormac Stopes reduced the deficit with a powerful strike. He almost scored again, and only an excellent save from Michael Cummins in the Kynog goal kept him out to leave Kynog the victors.



Posted by kynog24 at 05:58 PM

Under 7 Kynog United RedV Bush Celtic White

Kynog Utd Red 5      Bush Celtic White 0    Under 7’s


Saturday morning seen the meeting of Kynog Red and Bush Celtic White for the second time. The first quarter seen an end to end game of football, where neither side came out on top. Early in the second quarter Gerrard O’Connor got the opener with a well finished goal. Bush Celtic kept Kynog from scoring again in the quarter with some great defending from Sam Murphy.


In the third quarter it seen the break through for Kynog as an early second goal by Gerrard O’Connor seen Kynog 2-0 up. The press was to follow and a well struck ball from 14 yards out by Liam Brady ruffled past the defence and struck the back of the net. More pressure was applied and once again Sam Murphy showed he was up for the challenge of the pressure. A fourth goal was scored by the impresive captain Oisin Lawlor and things started to look out of reach for Bush.


The Fourth quarter seen Bush come out strong and really go for it. Some excellent play by Ciara Fernelly and Liam Wright seen Kynog under pressure but it wasn’t to pay off as Kynog’s Liam Brady put the game out of reach with a well taken second goal….


Posted by kynog24 at 05:31 PM

Under 7 White Results 2009/2010

Date Venue Versus Result Report
 7/11/09  Kynog Park  Newbridge 0 - 4 Lose Report
 28/11/09  Kynog Park  Bush Green 0 - 4 Lose  Report
23/01/10  Bush Bush 3 - 2 Lose
30/01/10  Kynog Park Kilcock 6 - 6 Draw  Report
 6/02/10 Arlington  Arlington  12 - 0 Win  
 13/02/10 Kynog Park  Newbridge  8 - 0 Lose   Report
20/02/10  Newbridge Newbridge  4 - 8 Lose
27/02/10  Arlington  Arlington 9 - 0 Win
 06/03/10  Kynog Park  Arlington  7 - 0 Win  Report
 20/03/10  Kynog Park  Newbridge White  3 -10  Report
 26/03/10  Kynog Park  Kynog Red  3 - 8 Lose  Report
 10/04/10  Newbridge  Newbridge  5 - 3 Lose  
 16/04/10  Kynog Park  Bush  0 - 5 Lose  Report
 24/04/10  Kilcock  Kilcock  2 - 6 Lose  

Posted by kynog24 at 02:37 PM

November 01, 2009

Under 16 Kynog United V Kilcock

Under 16 Major Division
Kynog started well with Gavin Crowe prominent on the left side of midfield.  An early effort from Gavin Crowe saw Greg Murphy make one of a number of excellent saves in the visitors goal. Kynog took the lead in the 10th minute when a cross from the right found Crowe at the far post and he volleyed the ball home. The home team almost extended their lead when an Eamon Cox effort from outside the penalty area tested Murphy once more. A series of half chances were created by the home team but none taken. Kilcock equalised in the 31st minute when a Dane Hoban cross was expertly headed home by Neil Vorster beyond Blaine Treacy. Half time arrived with no further scores. The second half began with Anthony Byrne going close for Kynog. The home team retook the lead in the 51st minute when Donal McGrath was fouled just outside the penalty area. Jason Ryan stepped up and found the  bottom corner of the net. Greg Murphy was again forced to save from Donal McGrath shortly after while a Dale Percival effort was cleared off the line. Kynog were now pressing forward and when Martin Baneham was taken down in the penalty area he took the resulting penalty sending the keeper the wrong way. Evan Comerford responded for Kilcock only to see his effort narrowly clear the crossbar. Brian Fogerty saw a goalbound effort cleared off the line by Conor Dully. The home team were well served by all players.

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Posted by kynog24 at 01:11 PM