The Firsts have been promoted to the Intermediate league and will play in Division 1C next year. Well done and congratulations to Noel, Stephen, John and the players. Well done and congratulations to John and Pascal with the Seconds who also won promotion. It really is a spectaular achievement when you think about it. The Firsts played their first match in August 2010 and we have gone from Division 3 of the Belfast and District League to the Intermediate league in eight years
Where does the time go?? It hardly seems that we got the Easter camp out of the way when the Summer camp is roaring down the tracks at us. The Summer Camp application form is now available for completion. summer scheme application form 2018 The form gives you all the information re fees and times etc. You can click on it here or at the About tab on the home page. You’ll then see “Summer Camp application form 2018”. The Camp is the same as always, 9.00am to 3.00pm from Monda
It’s this way! All mini soccer players receive medals at club day in recognition of their hard work and endeavour during the year. And well deserved too! A big thank you to Neil, Maurice, Paul and all the other coaches who turn up on Saturday mornings. Remember, mini soccer’s not over yet. we’ve a couple of weeks to go still.
Each year, the cups and trophies our teams win are presented to the boys on club day. This year, the under 9s picked up a trophy at the Rosario tournament held in May. They seem pleased with it! 13 Star won the league with a couple of games to spare and went unbeaten in the league all year. Well done to David, Conor and the boys. The 15s won the league and Supplementary cup, completing a very pleasing double. Well done to Pat, Whistler and the boys on a remarkable achievemen
The players of the year, selected by the team managers were: Under 12: Joe Mellon and Myles Harbinson Under 13: Conor Logue (who else) and Thomas Hale. Conor was selected for the SBYFL under 13 team to go to the Costa del Sol tournament to represent the league. Well done , Conor. doesn’t mean you have to smile, though! Under 14: Conor Brown and Liam “Ma goal” Magee Under 15: Shane Murphy and Josef Cullinan ( collected by Oisin Conlon) Under 16: Eoin Graham Under 17: Carter Ki
The Players’ player is picked by their peers, who vote for the teammate who made the greatest contribution throughout the season. The Players’ Players were: Under 12: Ronan Hamill and Peter Mulgrew. Under 13: Liam Gibson and Callum Gavan. Hope you managed to stay warm, guys! Under 14: James Kilpatrick and James Gorman. Under 15: Brendan Blaney and Paul Carty (collected for him). Under 16: Fergus Donnelly Under 17: Stephen McVeigh … looking remarkably like Ciaran Giffen. If yo
This year the guess the number of sweets in the jar included two tickets for Taylor Swift in Croke Park. I think she’s playing Offaly, but not sure. An awful lot of fathers seemed really interested in guessing the number of sweets, mind you. They must all have sweet tooths. Never mind all that, take a bow Cliodna Conlon, who was the nearest and only one out after a record number of entries, well over 200 this year. Cliodna looks kinda pleased. Enjoy the sweets, Cliodna. Enjoy