Good luck to our U8 teams who are competing in the Blackpool Easter Cup this weekend. The teams traveled over on Friday and will be playing matches against teams from Scotland, England and Northern Ireland on Saturday and Sunday. It promises to be a great weekend and we are sure the boys will have great memories to bring home.
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Congratulations to Ben Elliot, Dan Ring and Daneilius Cerniauskas who helped the NDSL representative team win the Leinster plate final on Sunday. They came up against a very good North East Counties squad and eventually came out 1-0 winners after extra time. ... See MoreSee Less
Baldoyle United came close to knocking out Sheriff in today's LFA Junior Cup Quarter Final at Brookstone Road.
One down in the second half Baldoyle failed to convert a spot kick and Sheriff went on to get a second. Baldoyle Utd fought back bravely and a David Lally goal 7 minutes from time gave Mark Cromwell's side hope. However Sheriff held on to secure a semi-final place.
Congratulations to the pupils and staff of St Mary's Baldoyle who have reached the final of the Leinster Schools FA Cup today.
The semi-final was played in our grass pitch at the clubhouse and the girls came from behind to win 3-1 against Creagh College Wexford. The team features a number of Baldoyle Utd players including April Doherty and Isabelle Reilly (2) who scored the goals today. ... See MoreSee Less
Mark Cromwell's team went down by the narrowest of margins in today's Liddy Cup Semi Final.
A goal from Al Courtney gave the lads a deserved lead but a penalty and a goal 4 minutes from the end of extra time sees Kilmore Celtic advance to the final. Full report below from Striker Online:NO LOSERS IN LIDDY SEMIS I know it's a bit of a cliche but there were no losers in The Liddy Cup semi-finals at the complex this morning. All four teams, to a man, ran their socks off and both games went to extra-time with the Usher-Real Trans game going all the way to pens.
KILMORE CEL 2-1 BALDOYLE UTD (AET) There were few chances in the first half with both teams showing respect to one another and with the game scoreless at the break it looked like one goal would be enough to win it. On the hour mark Al Courtney put Baldoyle in front as his inswinging corner from the left flew all the way to the Kilmore net. With 20 left Sean Young entered the fray for Kilmore and his first involvement was to skip by two in the box with the second man taking him down. Sean Stephens pointed straight to the spot and Andy Gorman rattled home the pen to level matters. It went to extra time and 4 minutes from the end Young again clipped a ball into Glen Carragher's path and he poked past Ernie Lemantovic to send Kilmore through to the final. PICS: The teams, the officials, heads up action and the Kilmore coaching staff Hagi, Kev Russell, Wanchope and MOTM Jay O'Reilly. ... See MoreSee Less
Clear out your old clothes, shoes, bags, belts and bed sheets and help raise money for our U9 & U10 teams trip to Poland in May. Ingrid will be at the clubhouse next Saturday (April 13th) from 12-1pm to take your bags of unwanted clothes, no slippers, underwear or socks. Please share with your friends and lets turn those old unwanted clothes into cash for the kids. ... See MoreSee Less
Drop up to the AUL Complex to cheer on Mark Cromwell's team as they attempt to reach the final of the Liddy Cup. The lads need your support as they take on rivals Kilmore Celtic. Should be a great game. KO 11 am. ... See MoreSee Less
Then please join us for an important meeting on THURSDAY 11 APRIL at 8 pm in St Laurence's school.
We hope the club can continue to grow and thrive over the next few years. But to help achieve this we need to discuss issues that will affect the future of the club and your child if they play on a team.
Please attend this important meeting! All welcome.
Thanks to those who supported the recent Football 5-a-side blitz to raise funds for resurfacing of the astro pitch. €1,587 has been raised towards the €92,000 cost. Please support future fundraisers for your club.
Tickets for Ireland match: S McCORMACK FAI Summer Camp place: ZACK COTTER, AARON CARDIFF Baldoyle Utd Camp place: EVAN McINNES, DANIEL ALVES, AARON TIMMONS, EMRE KOKOR
Fantastic win for Mark Cromwell and Rob Ranson's team.
Coming back twice to win 3-2 and secure a place in the last eight of the Leinster Junior Cup. Goals from Keith Lally, Eoin Leeson and Jay SheehanAgain apologies for The lateness of the Result: The LFA Junior Cup Game Hanover Harps 2-3 Baldoyle Utd What a fantastic come back from Baldoyle, they were 1-0 down then 2-1 down but never gave up and came back to win 2-3 , brilliant win lads well done from everyone in the AUL. ... See MoreSee Less
THANKS TO STAMULLEN FOR THIS GREAT PIC FROM THE WEEKEND OF OUR U8 GIRLS:MGL - Under 8's
Our little ladies were in action this morning down in Gormanstan Park.They took on very talented side in Baldoyle Utd.Dispite the rain and the cold,both sides played out a cracking game with goals galore at both ends of the pitch.Grace O'Neill scored a handful,Alannah McInerney getting 2 and Orlaith O'Byrne netting her first goal for the club.
Captain 👩✈️ on the day Grace Higgins played out a brilliant game,pictured here with proud parents Emma and Carl....⚽💛🖤🐝 ... See MoreSee Less
Niall and Justins Under 12s kicked off their season with a 2-2 draw at home with Parkvilla FC in the new North Leinster Elite League. Goals from Josh Reilly and Ryan Behan gave the lads a share of the points, but they were unlucky not to take all three as Dylan Connolly twice hit the woodwork ... See MoreSee Less
Our NDSL U13 Premier team started the new season with a 4-2 win over Dunboyne at Brookstone Rd today, Alex Whelan(2), Jack Comby and Aidan Smith got the goals in a fine team performance. ... See MoreSee Less
The new 2019 Boys NDSL season is upon us with many teams starting this weekend. We wish all the teams the best of luck for the new season and remember that we all play football for fun, so go enjoy yourselves.
This years fees are now due and can be paid online at the following link. We thank you for your prompt payment.
More pics from our February Camp. Great to see so many kids down at the club. Nearly 50 on Friday. All organised by Dave Taaffe and coaches Robbie Penrose, Cian Leeson, Ben Lynsky, Shannon Larkin and Sean Houraghan. 👏 ... See MoreSee Less
Sean O'Grady's Under 12s had a 3-1 victory over Newbridge Town at Seagrange Rd on Feb 24th 2019. Jodie Doyle scored twice and her brace, along with an og, gave the U12s the points in this MGL clash. ... See MoreSee Less
Some pics from today's Mid Term Camp. Over 40 boys and girls had some great fun at the club. Thanks for supporting the camp and well done to all involved who gave up their free time to make it happen. We are back on Friday ! ... See MoreSee Less
We received a few complaints about cars being parked on the FOOTPATH at the entrance to Racecourse Park on Grange Rd (opp. Seagrange Pk). The cars are blocking people on the footpath who are in wheelchairs,or with buggies etc. So please take care and allow space on the footpath when parking at Racecourse Park. There is a public Car Park at Red Arches Rd (on other side of Racecourse Park). Thanks for your co-operation 👍 ... See MoreSee Less
Niall Quinn passionately set out his vision for a reinvigorated League of Ireland with academies and education for young players. Other speakers highlighted how a fragmented Irish football scene, with too many leagues and vested interests,could hamper development. Organiser Senator Aodhan O'Riordain observed how football, unlike GAA and rugby, had little influence in government and did not present itself well for funding.
A very interesting discussion and lots of food for thought. Have you any thoughts on the future for LoI or schoolboy football ? ... See MoreSee Less
Hard luck to our Girls Youths team who were beaten 5-3 by Mount Merrion in the Lee Bros cup Semi-Final today. Going behind to an early goal, the Girls battled hard and were deservedly level 1-1 at the half time break. Unfortunately for Tony Nolan's team the second half didnt go to plan and Mount Merrion ran out 5-3 winners with Abby Croke Radley(2) and Rachel Hanley getting the Baldoyle goals. Congratulations though, are due to the team as it was a strong performance with some great football on display. The future is bright for these girls in green. ... See MoreSee Less