These days everyone talks about the development pathway for young footballers in the League of Ireland. With the introduction of the U-19, U-17 and U-15 leagues (along with the impending U-13’s) and also the Women’s U-17 league, the pathway to Senior football, if good enough, is there for both boys and girls.
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Keeley in action against Bluebell in the FAI Cup
They say ‘your health is your wealth’, but most importantly for many sportsmen and women it’s your mental health that is your wealth.
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Cabinteely have pulled off something of a surprise with the news that they’ve signed striker Ryan Swan after he left Exeter City. Swan has previously played for UCD and Bray Wanderers. Continue reading “Cabinteely snap up striker Swan”
Cabinteely player/coach Daire Doyle scored for the first time in over 3 years in their dramatic 3-3 draw with UCD on Friday night, but felt that even though they finished the game with only nine men, they could have nicked all three points. Continue reading “Cabinteely player-coach Daire Doyle on dramatic draw with UCD and promoting the League of Ireland”
Cabinteely thrashed Shelbourne by 4 goals to one at Tolka Park last night, as Pat Devlin’s men moved into fourth place in the First Division table. The win, their first ever over Shelbourne, put Cabinteely on 20 points which equals their points tally in the whole of 2015. One more point and it will be a record for the club. Continue reading “Lotefa thrilled with his first Cabinteely goal in huge win over Shelbourne “
Ahead of their high-profile friendly with the New Zealand national team
Cabinteely Football Club have announced two big sponsorships with Friends First and Sherry Fitzgerald Lettings for the 2017 season. Continue reading “Cabinteely continue to grow”
Cabinteely reached the second round of this season’s U-19 Enda McGill Cup after a 1-0 win over Longford Town. Ronan O’Kelly scored the winning goal for Cabo. Continue reading “Cabinteely into the next round of the Enda McGill Cup”
Cabinteely’s Zak O’Neill was preparing all week to face the Kerry League in the Under 17 league, but ended up with the added bonus of representing the club at Under 19 level also, when he made his debut coming off the bench in their 1-1 draw with UCD at Belfield on Saturday.
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Waterford travel to Stradbrook to take on Cabinteely as attention returns to league action. With both sides enjoying a successful start to the week with wins in the EA Sports Cup and Leinster Senior Cup retrospectively, confidence will be high in both camps going into Friday’s game.
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Cabinteely FC have pulled off somethingnof a major coup, by announcing a friendly match against an International side. They will face New Zealand at Stradbrook on Tuesday the 6th of June. Continue reading “International football comes to Stradbrook”