Another order for our new season club gear will be placed on Friday this week email firstname.lastname@example.org to place your orders thank you .
Our 2A side kick off their first preseason game this evening when they entertain Johnville in Ashgrove with a 7.30 kick off.
Rocky’s award being presented to Emily Blackmore for her outstanding year with both club and u12 Waterford Development squad. An email landed this morning informing the club that Emily is picked for trials for Waterford/Cork U12 FAI Centre of Excellence next Thursday in Youghal. A special talent at 10 years of age and a very bright future ahead. The very best of luck next week Emily from all in Mooncoin Celtic.
We held our schoolboys awards this evening in Ashgrove with plenty pizza and trophies going around. The following scooped awards:
U11 most improved player Cormac Fenton
U11 player of the year Anil Ramasamway
U12 most improved player Anthony Dunphy
U12 player of the year Jake Moore
U13 most improved player Alex Bailey
U13 player of the year Eoin O’Callaghan
U14 most improved player Adrian Daly
U14 player of the year Kieran Fagan
Jeremy ‘Rocky’ Rothwell Special Merit award went to Emily Blackmore.
Well done to everyone
Schoolboy player of the year awards on tomorrow evening in Ashgrove at 8.30. All are welcome to attend. Refreshments and pizza will be served.
A nice touch from the junior league tonight when they presented the club with a commemorative plaque to mark our 50th year.
Maisie’s 1 The Auld Rogue 1
Maisie’s win 4-2 on penalties
This game started at a frantic pace with a youthful Auld Rogue side going at the more experienced Maisie’s. Just as the game settled down, Maisie’s were awarded a dubious penalty which Paul Phelan slotted home. The second half saw Maisie’s keep The Rogue at bay but with Kyle Doherty pulling the strings, there was always a chance of an equalizer. With two minutes left on the clock, a deflected effort from Doherty crept past Dean Purcell to send the game into extra time but not before a pure piece of brilliance from Paul Phelan for Maisie’s when he hit a 50 yard shot that rattled the post in the last minute. Extra time produced little as both teams sat back with David Sheridan missing a sitter to win it for Maisie’s. The shoot out was always going to be a lottery with Dean Purcell being the hero saving two spot kicks and scoring 1 to win it for Maisie’s.
This brings the curtain down on this years pubs league with Mick Cummins leading his team to the trophy once again. Stephen Bible for Maisie’s won the man of the match award for his towering display at centre back.