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St Brendan’s Park Fc CLUB NOTES


In conjunction with O’Neill’s Sportswear, the Club will shortly be unveiling a new jersey for the seasons ahead and we would like as many members as possible to enter a competition to decide what it looks like!

We are inviting all members to enter a competition, where they will design what they believe should be the Clubs shirt going forward.

The only stipulation is that the design MUST include the Clubs traditional RED and BLACK colours only.

The winner of the competition will receive a personalised shirt with the winning design!

Entry Details:

Entries can be emailed to o r paper versions can be handed to any of the coaches or Management Committee members.

Entries must be received no later than Monday, 20th November next.


Club Results 28/10/17

JK Sports U12 Premier
Killorglin U12A 5 : 0 St. Brendan’s Park Fc U12A

Quills Wollen Mills U14 Premier
St. Brendan’s Park Fc U14A 0: 0 Killorglin U14A

Denny Youth League
Listowel 2 : 4 St. Brendan’s Park Fc

FIXTURES Weekending 05/11/2017

Skechers SFAI CUP 31/10/17

Mastergeeha v St. Brendan’s Park Fc U15A 7pm

Skechers SFAI CUP
Aisling Annocotty U13B v St. Brendan’s Park Fc U13A  2pm

Daly’s Supervalu U13 Div.2
St. Brendan’s Park Fc U13B v Killorglin U13B 12pm

Killarney Plaza U15 Div.2

Windmill United v St. Brendan’s Park Fc U15B 10.30am

Denny Div. 1B
Castlegregory Celtic Fc V St. Brendan’s Park Fc 11.30am


With our academy now over for the 2017 season, everyone at St.brendans’s Park fc, would like to thank everyone who participated or helped us out in any way. To all the boys and girls who played their part in what was a fantastic season a massie thanks to them also. Thanks again for choosing St.Brendan’s Park Fc.

Under 11 (2007)

Under 12 (2006)

our under twelve A team traveled to Killorglin on Saturday last and were on the wrong side of a five nil loss. It was a tough day at the office for these young boys but they a resilant bunch and there is no doubt that will bouce back in the near future.

Under 13 (2005)

Our under thirteen teams are both out this week with the A team haeding to Limerick to play Aisling Annacotty B in the Skecher SFAI Cup and our B team host Kilorglin B in .Christy Leahy Park.

Under 14 (2004)

Park FC 0 Killorglin 0

Rustiness can be defined as impaired by neglect, disuse, or lack of practice and that certainly seemed to be the case for the Park boys in their game against Killorglin on Saturday. Despite playing with a sizable amount of possession the final finish just wasn’t there.

It was however, obvious to everyone that both sides will come on a lot for the game.
Perhaps it was a bit of rustiness on the Killorglin side that saw them fail to open the scoring after twenty seconds.

Park actually kicked off but lost possession easily and suddenly Killorglin were presented with a one v one. Thankfully it was put past the out rushing keeper but also past the post.
It took Park some time to settle and while there were some excellent passages of play, there were also times when better decisions could have been made. Ben Hanafin and Seán Hill were doing well at the back for the Park but overall the spark just seemed to be missing.

Ciaran Cooney had a great chance midway through the half after good work from Sean O’Connor and Colin Doody but his accurate low shot was well saved by the Killorglin keeper.

At the other end Killorglin had a free well dealt with by Liam Carmody. While it was mostly Park possession, they just couldn’t apply the necessary finish. A wonderful move including five different players almost ended with Messiah Chirwa opening the scoring but he was denied by some good Killorglin defending.

Colin Doody was creating problems for Killorglin and chances for Park from his position on the right. One of these should probably have been converted just before half time but again bodies were in the way and the lack of matches was showing.

Sean Hill had an outstanding match at the back for Park and he continued his fine first half performance with several important interceptions in the second as Killorglin opened the half with more possession and some half chances.

The best Park effort on goal in the second half was a pile driver from Cianan Cooney, while David Feeley was just a whisker away from connecting with an excellent Seán O’Connell delivery late in the half.

Nil all it finished and while it felt like two points dropped for the Park boys, they will have to be very happy with some of their passing and play.

All of the lads worked exceptionally hard and without doubt, will improve immeasurably as the season continues. Hopefully the rustiness has been removed.

Training continues on Monday and Thursday nights.

Thanks to all the parents who as always were there in numbers to support the team and to Colm McLoughlin for setting up the pitch.

Liam Carmody, Samuel Aladesanusi, Seán O’Connell, Seán Hill, Kieran O’Connor, Conor Kerins, Colin Doody, Josh Connolly, Messiah Chirwa, Seán O’Connor, Cianan Cooney, Ben Hanafin, Luke O’Connell, Killian Murphy, David Feeley and Cian O’Neill.

Under 15 (2003)

Both our under fifteen teams have a fixture this weekend with our A team  playing Mastergeeha in the Skechers SFAI cup on Tuesday 31/10/17 at 7pm in the KDL while our B team play play away to Windmil United on Saturday moring also in the KDL.

Under 16 (2002)
With no game for both our under 16 teams they had enjoyed a free weekend.

Under 17 (2001)
No fixture for our under seventeen team this week.

Youth Team (2000)

Our youth team travelled to Listowel Celtic on Saturday last in the Denny Youth League and came away with all three points. A four – two win with goals from the Ward twins Adam scored two, Aaron scored one and Jordan Barry got the other,

Senior Team

Our senior team are well rested for this weekends fixture away to Castlegregory Celtic, having had no game the weekend gone, they are chomping a the bit to get back on track after suffering a loss at home to Windmill United in their last outing.

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