U17 2010/2011

Date    Venue       H  A  Opponents     Result Report  W  L  D  P
4 sept Newbridge   Newbridge   OFF           
11 sept  Kynog Pk Moone Celtic   1-4  Report  0
18 sept    Idle             
25 sept Millbank Sallins Cetic  2-2    1
02 oct Kynog Pk Kilcock Celtic OFF
09 oct Kynog Pk Dalkey (fai)    2-3  Report
16 oct  Kynog Pk      Kill Celtic  1-0  Report        4
23 oct    Idle      
30 oct Fortfield Pk      Moone Celtic  4-2         4
6 Nov Scoil D Kilcock C  OFF         4
13 Nov Scoil D Kilcock C  OFF         4
20 Nov Kynog U Sallins C  8-1  Report     7
27 Nov  Scoil Dara      Kilcock C  OFF         7
04Dec  Scoil Dara  Kilcock C  OFF         7
15Jan  Scoil Dara    Kilcock C  OFF         7
22Jan Kynog Pk Kilcock C OFF         7
29Jan Kynog Pk Kilcock C w/o         10
05Feb Kynog Pk Moone C 3-0


12Feb Mill bank Sallins C OFF         10
        Kilcullen 3x3 pts 9 19
26Feb Scoil Dara Kilcock C 1-2 22
 5Mar  IDLE                 22
12Mar Kynog Pk Moone C  2-2         23
19Mar Kynog Pk Edenderry T  2-1         26
26Mar Kynog Pk Sallins Celtic 3-1         29
2Apr Kynog Pk Kill Celtic 1-2       29
9Apr Kill Kill Celtic 0-2 Cup    
14Apr Kynog Pk Kynog Pk 4-5 29
16Apr P Moloney Edenderry
20Apr Kill Kill Celtic            
Both teams served up a thoroughly entertaining cup tie last Saturday afternoon. The early stages saw Donal McGrath causing problems for the visitors defence with a couple of efforts narrowly missing the target. The Dalkey midfield were well represented by Ben McCauley and De Paor on the right wing. Kynog took the lead in the 15th minute when Donal McGrath fed Gavin Crowe whose strike beat Sam Robinson. Dalkey were retaining the ball well whilst unable to create clear chances as the home defence was being well marshalled by Stephen Byrne and Eoin Quinlan. The visitors almost equalised in the 28th minute following an inswinging corner headed off his own line by Ciaron Baselmans. Dalkey United levelled up matters in the 34th minute when Eoghan McDonnell picked up the ball in midfield and struck a ferocious shot from 25 yards that beat Blaine Treacy and found the back of the net. Kynog responded with a Jason Ryan pass that found Shane Merriman whose cross eluded the onrushing forwards. Half time arrived without further scores. Dalkey started the second period much the stronger with the home team thankful for Blaine Treacy on a couple of occasions making critical saves when the Dalkey forwards looking certain to score. The threat from the visitors continued and they duly took the lead when Johnny Heffernon struck from the edge of the area. To their credit Kynog raised their game and a Jason Ryan effort was well saved by Sam Robinson. The equaliser for Kynog arrived when Martin Baneham controlled a long ball before his shot was well saved only for Donal McGrath to be on hand to fire home the rebound. The game was now very much in the balance with both teams going for the winner. Then in the 82nd minute following a Dalkey corner Marc Wolfe chipped the Kynog keeper and found the roof of the net. Kynog pushed hard for the equaliser but time ran out which sees Dalkey United advance to the next round. A terrific played in good spirit by both teams.    



The visitors came away with all three points following an emphatic performance in Kynog Park last Saturday afternoon. The opening minutes saw Moone have the majority of possession without creating clear openings. Kynog responded with a Gavin Crowe shot well held by David Byrne in the Moone goal . The home team took the lead when Donal McGrath was bundled over in the penalty area and Blaine Treacy stepped up to give Kynog the lead. A period of pressure was then exerted on the Moone goal as Jason Ryan went close with a header. The game turned in a five minute spell before half time as Daniel Leigh equalised in the 40th minute and following a free kick M J Kane stabbed the ball home to give the visitors the lead going into the break. Kynog were now looking for an equaliser but Moone always looked dangerous on the break. Dale Percival almost equalised but saw his effort go narrowly wide. Eoin Quinlan and Darren Fox were introduced for Kynog while Stephen Byrne moved into midfield. Moone extended their lead in the 65th minute when Mikey Wall finished off a fine move . The visitors were now in control and the days scoring was completed by Emmett O Keeffe in the 80th minute . Best on the day for Moone were Thomas Murphy and Niall Hickey while Kynog were best served by Ciaron Baselmans and Donal McGrath.