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Village FC v Crettyard United
19/04 19:00
Village FC 0 - 3 Crettyard United

Village AFC 0

Crettyard United 3

Village faced a strong Crettyard side and were more than a match for them, in the first quarter, although Crettyard’s Eddie O’Reilly had a chance, but his shot just clipped the Village post and went wide.

Village replied with a chance of their own, when Darren Foley shot which just went over the cross-bar, but it was Crettyard who opened the scoring, when William Kavanagh put in a dangerous cross, which was deflected into his own net by a Village defender for 0-1.

Crettyard stepped up the tempo in the second-half and with village running out of steam in the hot conditions and Crettyard made the game safe, as they scored their second on forty-five minutes, as a William Kavanagh cross found Eddie O’Reilly, who converted easily for 0-2. Three minutes later and Eddie O’Reilly returned the compliment as he crossed in for William Kavanagh to head home and make the final score 0-3.

Best for Village were Paddy Foley and Gerry Foley, whilst standing out for Crettyard were Mark Fox, William Kavanagh and Ciaran Hosey.

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28/04/2019 21:30
Village FC v Slaney Rovers
Village FC win Play-Off
30/08 19:00
Village FC 1 - 0 Slaney Rovers

Village FC 1 - 0 Slaney Rovers

Village, with the strong wind at their backs in the first-half, dominated possession and were wide with their first effort on five minutes, got closer on 20 minutes when they hit the woodwork before making the break-through from a long range effort on 27 minutes to lead 1-0 at the break. With the wind in the second half, Slaney came more into the contest with Gary Halpin getting onto the end of a Peter Keogh free kick but could not find the target. Later on the normally reliable Declan Brennan shot wide from close range. Plenty of dogged defending by Village denied late efforts from David Nolan and Tony Carthy, as they held on to win the play-off despite the best efforts of Eddie Byrne, Tony Carthy and Peter Keogh.

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30/08/2019 23:36
Slaney Rovers v Village FC
Slaney Rvs Over 35 v Village FC
06/07 17:00
Slaney Rovers 1 - 1 Village FC
Slaney drew 1-1 against Village FC Slaney took the lead from Declan Brennan Village levelled after the break Best players for Slaney were Peter Kehoe Liam Kavanagh
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06/07/2019 21:51
Village FC v Baltinglass Town
26/04 19:00
Village FC 1 - 3 Baltinglass Town

Village FC 1

Baltinglass Town 3

Extremely blustery conditions in Bagenalstown on Friday evening meant that both sides had difficulty gaining a foothold during a particularly lacklustre first half.

Paddy Sinnott, Derek Nolan and James Gahan all went close with chances for the Wicklow side with Gahan heading short of the goal in the tenth minute. The deadlock was eventually broken after Village took the match to Baltinglass from the opening of the second half and were awarded a corner for their efforts. Darren Foley's beautiful in-swinger was unmet and sailed straight into the left top-corner. Baltinglass however soon rallied and turned the game around with three goals to close out the game as victors in spite of some stout defending by Village. Sinnott struck first on the hour mark. Two more chances gave Balto their second and third goal to win the game after coming back from one down.

Best for Village FC were John Monaghan, Jerry Walsh and Liam Walsh. Best for Baltinglass were John Gillespie Brian Nolan and James Gahan.

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28/04/2019 21:43
New Oak Boys v Village FC
12/04 19:00
New Oak Boys 3 - 0 Village FC

New Oak Boys 3

Village AFC 0

Village will be disappointed with the final score line, as they were well in the game, until the last quarter.

The first-half was even with the Village defence being well organised and they were very combative in mid-field which restricted the current reigning champions to just a couple of chances from set pieces.

Village could have taken the lead, just before the interval, as a goalmouth scramble ensued, following a corner, with the ball eventually, going agonisingly, the wrong side of the post and it was 0-0 at half-time. New Oak rang the changes and the introduction of fresh legs saw them break the deadlock, when Shamie Doran crossed well from the left and Seamus Farrell scored with a neat header for 1-0. Village were undeterred, by this set-back and they fought gamely to try and get back into the game, with Peter Brophy and Richie Sutton linking up well in midfield, but New Oak held firm. Village were caught on the counter as they conceded two more goals as they pressed forward and New Oak caught them out twice, from defensive errors as goals came from Seamus Farrell, for his brace for 2-0 and then Greg Sykula grabbed another to make the final score 3-0 to New Oak, which flattered the winners, somewhat.

Standing out for New Oak were Shamie Doran, Seamus Farrell, Dale Lacey and Shane Fitzharris, whilst best for Village were Jerry Walsh, Paddy Foley, John McMullen and John Monaghan.

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14/04/2019 21:07
Village FC v St Joseph's FC
05/04 18:45
Village FC 2 - 2 St Joseph's FC

Village AFC 2

St Joseph’s AFC 2

The first-half was an even-sided but scrappy affair, with both sides failing to capitalise on the numerous chances that they created and it was 0-0 at the interval.

Joey’s broke the deadlock not long after the break through a Barry Purcell ‘screamer’ for 0-1, but this reverse galvanised Village and they rallied, made some tactical changes and started to press the Joey’s goal. Their fresh efforts were rewarded when Paul Dunne scored from a Darren Foley corner to make the score 1-1.

Village were now dominating, and they went into a 2-1 lead when Donal Kelly scored with a neat finish, from just inside the box, to put Village firmly in control.

Village had a call for a penalty denied and then a clash between the Village keeper and a Joey’s striker was deemed to be a penalty, however, a fine save from Jamie Horan, meant that it looked as if Village were going to be victorious. However, Joey’s were undaunted and wouldn’t give up and in the dying moments of the game, they scored again, following a defensive error by Village, through Barry Purcell, for his brace and it finally finished with a fair 2-2 score line.

Best for Village were Joe Byrne, Jamie Hogan, Michael O’Hara and Darren Foley, whilst Joint Men of the Match for Joey’s were Colm Ward and Barry Purcell, for their outstanding performances.

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07/04/2019 21:42
Tombrack United v Village FC
035 div 2 14/04 18:00
Tombrack United 1 - 5 Village FC

Tombrack United 1

Village FC 5

Village FC began their 2018 campaign with an emphatic win over Tombrack United in this Over 35s clash at Ballyboy in Wexford on Saturday evening.

After a tense opening, both teams eventually settled into the first half before the deadlock was broken mid-way through by Ritchie Sutton who finished neatly after a fine through pass from Aidan Nolan. Tombrack United equalised shortly afterwards after a mix-up in the Village defence and both side looked to be going to the break on even terms before Ritchie Sutton put through David Gavin who finished at close range to give Village the advantage at the break.

Village capitalised within five minutes of the second half after Aidan Nolan met Vivian Foley's corner to make it 3-1. A fine finish just before the hour mark by John Monaghan, put the game beyond Tombrack, who despite a late flourish, were caught out by a ball over the top that was put home in fine fashion by Vivian Foley's diving header.

Best for Village were the valiant Paddy Foley, Ritchie Sutton and Aidan Nolan.

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22/04/2018 20:14
Village FC v Killeshin FC
035 Div 2 Cup 23/09 18:00
Village FC 0 - 3 Killeshin FC

Village FC 0

Killeshin FC 3

Village had advantage of the slope and the first half was very equal, with Village having the best chances.

The second half was a much harder battle for Village, with a few good chances, where they were unlucky not to score, but Killeshin scored on three occasions to progress to the next round on a 0-3 score line.

Best for Village, were man of the match Gareth Robinson and Gerry Walsh, Joe Byrne and David Gavin, whilst it was a good, all-round team performance from Killeshin.

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01/10/2017 21:46
Village FC v Burrin Celtic
o35 Div 2 09/09 18:00
Village FC 5 - 2 Burrin Celtic

Village FC 5

Burrin Celtic 2

Village got their first, well deserved, victory of the season, in their final League match, as they defeated Burrin 5-2, with a great, all-round team performance.

Burrin went 0-1 up, but Gareth Robinson equalised for Village at 1-1 and then they went in front 2-1 through Barry Fitzgerald, however, Burrin then equalised for 2-2 and with half-time fast approaching, Paul Dunne made it 3-2 to Village and that was the score at the interval.

Village continued to pile on the pressure and Gareth Robinson grabbed his brace, from well outside the box for 4-2 and then Barry Fitzgerald also got his second, as Village royally finished off this comprehensive win and picked up three points.

It was a great all-round team performance from Village, whilst Burrin put in a good shift, but they couldn’t contain a rampant Village.

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23/09/2017 15:43
St Joseph's FC v Village FC
o35 Div 2 26/08 18:00
St Joseph's FC 1 - 0 Village FC

St Joseph’s FC 1

Village FC 0

Joey’s controlled this game from start to finish, but despite their superiority, they only managed a single goal, but it was enough to take all three points.

Village battled hard and were denied a penalty, but their losing run continues.

It was a brilliant team performance from Joey’s and best for Village were Peter Brophy, Joe Byrne and Paul Dunne.

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03/09/2017 10:59
Village FC v Vale Wanderers
o35 Div 2 19/08 18:00
Village FC 1 - 2 Vale Wanderers

Village FC 1

Vale Wanderers FC 2

A poor first half by both teams, produced no goals, although Village created the better opportunities and the interval came with a 0-0 score-line.

Village took a 1-0 lead, ten minutes into the second-half, against the run of play through Barry Fitzgerald, with a well worked goal, but Pa Deane equalised for 1-1, with a fine solo effort his first of the season and soon after Mick Nevin got another to give Vale a 1-2 victory.

It was a good, all-round team performance from Village, whilst standing out for Vale were Pa Dowling, John Dowling and Trev Nolan.

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29/08/2017 22:39
St Fiacc's FC v Village FC
o35 Div 2 14/07
St Fiacc's FC 4 - 1 Village FC

Fiacc’s took control of this game in the early stages and after only two minutes, they won a penalty that was expertly despatched by PJ Connolly for 1-0 and Fiacc’s were dominant for the rest of the half, with further goals coming from Roy Pearson and Sean Maher for an interval lead of 3-0.

Village had some good chances but just couldn’t put them away.

In the second half Village’s Gareth Robinson unluckily hit a post with the Fiacc’s keeper beaten and then Barry Fitzgerald pulled a goal back for 3-1 following a great run, however, Fiacc’s scored the goal of the match as Oisin Ayers scored a ‘screamer’ for a final score of 4-1.

Best for Fiacc’s were PJ Connolly and Nicky Brannigan, whilst standing out for Village were Ritchie Sutton, Paul Dunne and Jaakko Ranta.

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17/08/2017 14:29
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Village FC Fixtures / Results (All Competitions This Season)
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14/09Village FC06Crettyard United
06/09Village FC12St Joseph's FC
30/08Village FC10Slaney Rovers
23/08Village FC70Tombrack United FC
16/08Village FC41St Joseph's FC
10/08Tombrack United FC01Village FC
26/07Village FC11Slaney Rovers
19/07St Joseph's FC02Village FC
13/07Killeshin FC51Village FC
06/07Slaney Rovers11Village FC
28/06Village FC42Tombrack United FC
21/06Village FC02Slaney Rovers
17/05Burrin Celtic10Village FC
10/05Village FC12Carlow Rovers
03/05Parkville United30Village FC
26/04Village FC13Baltinglass Town
19/04Village FC03Crettyard United
12/04New Oak Boys30Village FC
05/04Village FC22St Joseph's FC
01/09Killeshin FC21Village FC
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