Now the dust has settled and normality has resumed we are delighted to announce our Christmas Raffle was a roaring success. Many thanks to all that bought and sold tickets and to Jimmy Fleming for running the draw on the night. Biggest shout out goes to all that sponsored prizes on the night including - Ballymoney Gold Club Fitness Therapy Ireland Slick Barbers Springmount Garden Centre Redmond Electric Brooks Supermarket
Results our men’s First team lost out in a highly competitive game v Leagu leaders Shamrock rovers 3-1 with Yaw getting his first for the club. Some fine performance today lads dominated the ball for large periods of the game and were punished at crucial times in the game by a very experienced team.
A very impressive performance from start to finish from this ever improving under 13 squad. The game Started well for the home side with 2 quickly taken goals in the first 4 minutes, Matthew Bergin and Anthony Croinin-O'Shaughnessy getting on the scoresheet after some excellent interplay around the edge of the Rosslare penalty area, Hibs then continued to find their composure with Centre midfielder Cailem Kirwan instrumental in beginning wave after wave of attack picking out
U12s traveled to Forth Celtic and conditions were windy and chilly , Hibs started brightly and but for the final ball could have taken the lead , forth Celtic passed well and had a few chances but defense stood solid , 2nd half Forth Celtic started to push more and created a few chances and then they were awarded a penalty, there player took it quickly but a great save from Harry pushed it around the post , only when our lads began to get tired and this left a few gaps which
The boys traveled to Wexford today to take on North End , Both teams started strong with our boys taking the lead through an own goal early in the first half . Chances were few and far between, North End had a chance to equalise late in the half , Hibs keeper Ben Lawlor made a fine finger tip save to push the ball around the post . Second half North End came strong , our boys stood strong and were unlucky to concede an equaliser through a deflected goal. North End buoyed by t
On their first outing of 2019 the u14 boys were playing away in Barntown, the game didn't get off to the best of starts for the lads going a goal down after 2 minutes when a deflected shot dropped in over keeper Kenny Robertson's head onto the back post. Hibs regrouped and got control of the game, without really troubling the Barntown keeper despite having the majority of the possession and creating chance after chance. The home side then scored 2 more goals with 2 identical