The mens league season kicks off this coming Sunday, September 2nd. Our 1st have been drawn an idle weekend but our 2nds welcome Kiltealy at 1.30pm. New manager Stephen Redmond will be looking for a quick start to the season as he looks to guide our lads to promotion. With a number of new faces and a young, hungry squad confidence is high and hopefully the lads can get off to the best possible start.
A brilliant night was had by all last night in Jimmyz as the Jarveys gigged in aid of our Astroturf development fund. A massive thanks is owed to all involved with making the night a success but especially Jimmy Fleming who is one of our most ardent supporters!! Thanks again Jimmy
Our U14 boys took on a strong Carnew side as their pre season continues. Carnew came out of the traps much quicker and ran into a 2 nil lead before our lads got any sort of rythmn going. Our lads slowly came into the game and grabbed a goal back just before half time. However, they shut off after this and Carnew grabbed their third goal straight from the kick off. The second half was all Courtown as we peppered the Carnew goal. A powerful Jude Stafford header brought the marg
Our U13 boys began their pre-season Friday evening hosting local rivals Gorey Celtic. Despite missing a few regulars new manager Ciaran and Paul were still able to name a strong team and it showed as our lads ran out 6-3 winners in a very exciting game. Lots of positives to take and with a few more games under their belt will be ready for the start of the season.
Manager Paul Kirwan has been buys in the recruitment this summer and has added a host of new faces to bolster his mens squad. Following Gorey Celtics relegation last season Paul has been quick to add Adam Roche, Darren Brennan and Matty Kavanagh to the squad. Darren provides strength at the back while Adam and Matty provide new options for the middle. All 3 are classy players with the ball and have Premier Division experience to boot. Sam Fidler has been brought in from Gorey
Another good workout tonight for our lads against Ferns. Goals from Glenn Hughes, Billy Byrne and James Flynn saw them run out 3-1 winners. This was a good mixture of new and old players as manager Paul Kirwan tried to mix new signings into the squad. Tougher games will follow but the lads have gradually improved as pre season has progressed.