Match Reports

Minor Ladies Football

posted 2 Dec 2013, 09:45 by Peter Kennedy

Hard luck to our Minor ladies who were playing with Balyna ladies in the replay against Sarsfields. Despite a fantastic come back they were bet by a goal. Despite losing today these girls should be very proud, especially our own Orla Keoghegan, Joanne Mulligan, Yvonne Leonard, Emma Jane o'Shea, Aine Mulligan, Aoife Mulligan & Avril Mulligan. 

One thing for sure the future of Ladies football in Cappagh is looking bright with the quality and skill of this bunch of girls.

U15 St Edwards League Final

posted 2 Dec 2013, 09:43 by Peter Kennedy

With a final score last night of 4-6 to 1-6 on a very cold night in Hawkfield, well done to our 12 lads who are apart of the Division Two Winners St Edwards panel. Our new champions , along side their St. Edwards team mates are Matthew English in goals, Eoin Leonard, David Murphy and Mikey Curran in defence, Dean Hosey, Patrick Jackman and Killian Comerford in forwards. 
Jack Reilly and Donal Murray coming on in the second half, along with Jason Curtin, Oisin O'Cuill, Karl Cheasty. Also congrats and thanks to Liam McDonnell who manages this team with Padraig Travers.

U15 Girls Football Semi-Final

posted 16 Oct 2013, 04:31 by Peter Kennedy

Hard luck to our U15 girl’s football who were defeated by Naas last night in the league semi-final. The girls fought back hard after trailing Naas by 9 points at one stage. They pulled it back to 3 points only for Naas to go down and score 2 goals in quick succession and this followed by a knee injury to Katie O'Connor essentially killed the fight back and the tie. Final Score Naas 3-6 Cappagh 1-2. Congrats to the girls and the management team involved. They had some great games and crucial fight backs in their campaign.

 

U15 Boys Football St Edwards

posted 14 Oct 2013, 02:55 by Peter Kennedy

St Edwards (Cappagh & Rathcoffey) recorded a decisive win over Leixlip in Rathcoffey on Sunday October 13th in the under 15 div 2 league third round Leixlip were first on the board with a goal and a point taking full advantage of good early ball to their full forward line full forward Sean Barrett got the early goal and was always a threat St Edwards settled with some good work at midfield  by Sean Flynn and Evan mcGovern Dean Hosey broke through cover  setting up Conor Harris for an opening point A period of sustained pressure from St Edwards half forwards of Harris Hosey and jack  Reilly yielding a number of frees which were expertly slotted over by Sean Flynn Alan Kelly who had made a good start at full forward finally broke through for a point after 15 minutes after Jack Travers and Dara Turley had put Leixlip ahead with further points . Travers scored a sublime effort from a 45 which is an outstanding achievement at this level.
Points from Alan Kelly Dean Hosey
Jack Reilly and Evan McGovern brought St Edwards to the front by the narrowest of margins where Leixlip were unlucky to have been denied by the woodwork on two occasions A fine display by David Murphy at Center back put pay to a lot of Leixlip Efforts . He was ably assisted by Gearoid. O Connor and Jack Travers At full back.

Leixlip started the second half well with a quick through ball from Jack Travers deceiving the keeper it looked like they were back in business again But from then on St Edwards took a vice like grip on the game which resulted in goals , first from Alan Kelly then Killian Comerford and Dean Hosey Jason Curtin was a constant thorn to Leixlip in fighting for broken ball and setting up scores as well as taking a fine score himself David Murphy make a huge impact for St Edwards when moving to midfield in the second half and also got on the scoring board .
St Edwards next game next Sunday 20 is away to Alymer Gaels @11.00 in Allenwood


   Scores for St Edwards
Alan Kelly  1-3
Killian Comerford  1-0
Dean Hosey 1-4
Conor Harris 0-1
Sean Flynn 0-7
Evan mcGovern  0-1
Jack Reilly 0-2
David Murphy 0-1
Jason Curtin 0-1
9 players scored

Division 1 Camogie Cappagh v Leixlip

posted 18 Apr 2013, 07:22 by Siobhan Dougan

Our Camogie girls secured another win on Monday night in Tadgh Downey Park as they battled against a strong Leixlip side. Final score Cappagh 1-9 and Leixlip 1-3. Great performance seen on the night by Hazel Mulligan, Orla Burke and Sinead Gormley. Niamh Boland was effective as always in converting the all Cappagh's frees into valuable points on a night which the weather conditions left a lot to be desired. Well done girls. 

Div 1 Camogie- Cappagh v Athy

posted 10 Apr 2013, 08:01 by Siobhan Dougan

  Well done to the Cappagh Camogie division 1 team who secured a good win against a strong Athy side. A game of two very different halves saw the Cappagh defense under pressure in the first half with Athy in the lead a half time. Inspiring performances from Laura Sheahan(0-03), Orla Mulally, Niamh Boland (0-04)and Sinead Gormely (0-02) in the second half saw Cappagh regain control of their game and work their way into the lead. Catherine Nealon and Orla Burke were strong in mid field while Caroline Forde put in a steady performance out of her comfort zone in goals and was instrumental in allowing Cappagh to win the match with a score of 1-11 to 1-3 at the final whistle. 

U13 to play Naas in Final

posted 19 Sep 2012, 05:33 by Peter Kennedy

Congratualtions to our u13 footballers who beat Robertsown in the league semi final last Sunday morning. They now play Naas in the Final tomorrow night (Thursday ) at 7.15 pm in Hawkfield. Best of luck to all the players and mentors. We hope to see as many Cappagh supporters as possible there on Thursday night to cheer on the boys

u10 Match report Cappagh v Leixlip 2012

posted 19 Sep 2012, 04:33 by Unknown user

After a slightly sluggish run in the Na Fianna tournament during the summer, Cappagh u10 Footballers got back to winning ways in Leixlip on Saturday. From the start they showed the courage and skill of champions. With early scores from forwards Brian McNally and Jack Mulligan, Cappagh were well in control at the break. Despite a brave fight back by Leixlip in the second half, an outstanding performance by Josh Lovely was a major factor, making life very difficult for the home side. One second half point for Leixlip wasn't enough to stop the Cappagh dominance of the game. Overall a great team performance from Cappagh. Result: Cappagh 8-9 Leixlip 0-2.

U21 Football Championship Shield Semi-Final

posted 30 Nov 2011, 15:40 by Unknown user

Cappagh U21 were well beaten in the end by Carbuary in the U21 Football Championship Shield Semi-Final. 

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