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The Dublin People has launched its inaugural Community & Sport Awards.

We would be grateful if you would support the club by visiting:
http://dublinpeopleawards.com/submit-nominations/

and nominating ‘Baldoyle United’ under the ‘CLUB OF THE YEAR’ category today.

The award would be great recognition for all the hard work that goes into organising:

– football for 30 boys, girls and adult teams
– junior academies for boys and girls age 4-8
– community events such as the summer mini-leagues, Halloween and Easter Camps
– making facilities available to other local groups
– supporting local causes 
– our work with ‘new communities’
– helping provide ‘walking football’ for older footballers.

Please share this link to your friends.

Thanks
Dermot Penrose and all at BUFC

Under 11s good start

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Report by 10 year old Jack McDermott

Good win for the cup holders who started their league campaign away at Dunboyne. Baldoyle went behind to a Dunboyne goal we quickly fought back thru Alex Whelans header just before half time a lovely move involving me and Stephen Finn finished with Alex getting his second. h/t 1-2

Second half started and Adam and Aaron combined to make it three one. Dunboyne were a good side and never gave up but Alex Whelan made it 1-4 with the perfect hat trick (left foot,right foot header) Aaron Troy soon got his second Dunboyne got a consolation goal and Baldoyle won 2-5 Great game
Match report Jack Mc dermott

Under 14s are Champions!

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By Conor McKenna

Baldoyle U14s capped off a fantastic season with a comprehensive 8-2 thrashing over St. Francis Moatview. Baldoyle went out on the pitch knowing a win would hand them their first ever trophy. Baldoyle were quick out of the blocks and Sean Kane volleyed home from close range after a cross from Michael Farrelly. Michael scored 2 inside the next few minutes and Baldoyle were unlucky not to go in at half time with a clean sheet but St. Francis nicked a goal from close range. Baldoyle restored their 3 goal lead when Michael ran through the opposition defence. 4-1 Baldoyle at half time, we had one hand on that trophy!

Michael got his 4th and Baldoyle’s 5th straight from the tip-off. Abrán Collins, Conor O’Dwyer, Colum Motherway, Paul Seery and Conor McKenna at the back kept things tight at the back and Baldoyle drew ever closer to the trophy. Zak Smith scored one and Michael scored 2 more to confirm Baldoyle as champions. Conor McKenna had the ball in the net only to be ruled offside. St. Francis pulled one back but that didn’t nor couldn’t stop Baldoyle and when the referee blew the final whistle Baldoyle celebrated being the NDSL U14E champions 2016.

A great performance capped off a fantastic season for Baldoyle. I’d like to thanks James Dawson, Barry Collins and Des Farrelly for all their help and time given up, and also thanks to all the parents who stood on the line and shouted at every game no matter what the weather.

U10 Cup Winners

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BALDOYLE UNDER 10s CLINCH CUP IN DRAMATIC STYLE

2-2 AET. Baldoyle win 5-4 on penalties.

Baldoyle under 10s clinched the NDSL Michael Woods Cup in dramatic style thanks to a fine team performance and a penalty shoot out save from keeper Michael Eustace.

After Baldoyle took the lead through Stephen Finn Clonee United bravely fought back to lead 2-1 gong into the dying minutes of the game. However Baldoyle showed their determination and after a fine team move Jack McDerrmot finished brilliantly to force the game into extra time.

There were no more goals and the teams had to face the dreaded penalty shoot out. Baldoyle United keeper Michael Eustace proved to be the hero with a fine penalty save after both teams converted all their other penalties.

Well done lads and coaches Rob Roberto and Steve. Commiserations to an excellent Clonee United team whose time will come. Their goalkeeper played superbly today.

Watch the Penalties… here  (Thanks To John Dent)

U8 v Balrath

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23 April 2016
It was a lovely sunny morning at Brookstone Road, as Baldoyle Utd Under 8’s entertained Balrath in their last official match of the season. It was a very close encounter with Balrath eventually coming out top with a winner deep in to added time to take the tie 5-4.
Balrath went in to an early lead before Baldoyle equalised after Eoin put a great ball in to the box and after a deflection the ball ended up in the back of the net. More good play from Eoin down the left wing saw him unlucky not to add to his tally. There was a great break from our own half and some good passing between Eoin and Ciarán ended up with a good save by Balrath. Despite some inspired and brave goalkeeping by Oisin in goals, Balrath took a 3-1 lead in at half time.
Baldoyle stepped it up a gear in the 2nd half with Ciarán getting 2 good goals to make it 3-3. Cian, as always battled very well in midfield to keep Baldoyle on top of the game before Balrath went ahead again. Jack played in defence in the 2nd half and along with James kept it very tight at the back. Alex, pushed up in to midfield after half time, controlled the play and had a few shots. Some good play down the left wing by Ciarán who did well to keep the ball in play before finding Eoin who calmly slotted home to make it 4-4 and ensure an exciting last few minutes. Conal after a spell in defence in the first half was involved in most of the goals where his passing was excellent, his injured wrist didn’t stop him getting a very deserved man of match award for today.
Right at the end of the match Balrath scored their 5th goal to win 5-4. However it was a great performance by the Baldoyle lads especially in the 2nd half, their passing, shooting, defending, goalkeeping and general play has improved every week. Well done today guys.

Under 8c v Swords Manor

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Anne Doyle

Match report, U8 C1 , baldoyle Utd v swords manor, team , Zach, Jamie, Reece, Ethan , Igor, Sean, brillant game for the lads today, baldoyle played superb and were unfortunate to go down 4-3 the result didn’t justify the effort and class of play from these young guys, a great game enjoyed by both teams. Looking forward to having Danny and leon back next week.

Under 9b remain unbeaten

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Baldoyle Utd under 9s B team started their match against Clonee hoping to extend an unbeaten run which began last November. They were quick off the mark again this week with Jason breaking down the right wing with pace and testing the Clonee keeper with a low drive.

Two minutes later Jason broke away again, this time he gave a neat pass to Amy. Amy controlled the ball superbly, and forced a great save from the Clonee keeper. But this time Senan perfectly placed the rebound to the keeper’s right. One nil to Baldoyle. Within a minute Senan got his second with another excellent strike.

With Hyqels tackling, Joshua’s pace and Darragh’s saves, Baldoyle looked very solid at the back. A clever pass by Hyqel gave Padraig Ryan the space to run at the Clonee defence,. Padraig skipped passed his marker and from 20 yards out he found the back of the net.

Baldoyle sensed there were more goals there for them but they were caught in possession in mid-field and Clonee raced forward giving Darragh in the Baldoyle goal no chance. Baldoyle’s Amy Berry was then rewarded for her close control and clever runs with a beautiful goal. 4-1 to Baldoyle at half-time.

The Clonee half time team talk must have been something special because Clonee were transformed after the break. They started attacking Baldoyle with pace and purpose and very quickly pulled the score back to 4-3 with two well worked goals which opened up the Baldoyle defence.

When Jason Cetiner broke free to score another for Baldoyle it seemed like it was game over. But this Clonee team never gave up, they got in behind the Baldoyle defence on several occasions. Padraig in the Baldoyle goal was forced to make some excellent saves and Joshua made a series of last ditch tackles.

Eventually, Clonee got their reward with two well taken goals. In the last few minutes either team could have snatched a win but both teams seemed happy to settle for a draw.

This was a great game played in good spirit by two top teams.

Under 12 Girls are Champions!!!!

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In only their 2nd year playing together, this amazing group of footballers have achieved something that many players will never experience in their lifetime.
Their commitment to their team, their desire to improve, and their willingness to listen and learn from their coaches are an example to players at all ages and levels.
These players are the trailblazers for girls Football at Baldoyle Utd. From their very first game, every step on the way has been history in the making for Baldoyle Utd.

 

Under 14 6 Skerries Town 1

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Josh Dawson

Baldoyle U14s continued their recent excellent form with a solid display against Skerries this morning. The game started with Baldoyle on the front foot but no clear chances were created. Skerries came back playing some nice football and won a series of corners. The backline of Paul, Arbran, Conor and Colum stood firm to keep the game scoreless.

As the half moved on, the midfield of Josh, Gary and Lewis started to get a firm grip on the game and Baldoyle started to create some chances. Eventually the breakthrough came when Michael picked up the ball on the right just outside the penalty area, beat the fullback and powered past the keeper.

That led to a quick flurry of goals as Zak shot from range to beat the keeper, then a lovely move found Zak free on the left side of the area where he superbly lifted the ball into the net. Another goal just before the half as Michael went round the keeper to score his second and give Baldoyle a 4-0 lead at the break.

The second half stared well for Baldoyle as more good play found Sean in the box, and he was fouled by the keeper. Zak put it away for his hat-trick. The game opened up as Skerries tried to get a consolation and it duly came, a great save by Max but the striker followed to score the rebound. More chances at either end, Luke having efforts ruled out for offside and Lewis and Michael going close. It was Lewis who got the final goal, an excellent solo effort, picking up the ball on the left and driving to the box where he finished powerfully.

Under 10 Semi Final

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BALDOYLE UNITED 4 DARNDALE 1
Scott LARKIN Aaron TROY Jack McDERMOT Luca ROMANO

A slow start from the boys could easily have been punished by a goal in the first minute and a corner conceded was lucky.
Still in the first ten minutes Baldoyle had yet to find their rhythm when Darndale struck with an unstoppable left foot drive.
Keeper Michael Eustace could do nothing to stop the goal during his brilliant performance.

Baldoyle were stung and hit back five minutes later with a break on the left involving Jack McDermot, Adam O Rourke and Aaron Troy resulting in a cross neatly tapped in by Scott Larkin to level the score.
From then United increased the pace to a level that had Darndale exhausted with brilliant midfield performances from Alex Whelan, Hayden O’ Neill, Callum Doyle and Jack Ranson.
Any threat from Darndale was quickly dealt with by outstanding central defending from Alex Duffy and Luca Romano and Alex McEleney.
Baldoyle were close to a half time lead when Alex Whelan’s left foot drive bounced back off the cross bar.

After the break Darndale were struggling with the pace Baldoyle had set but remained competitive and caused some nervous moments early in the second half.
But the pace took it’s toll and after a moment’s panic in the Baldoyle area the ball went to Alex Whelan who out paced the Darndale right side and released the unguarded Aaron Troy who took a touch to control and his finish was perfect.
Minutes later Jack Ranson won another typically tigrish tackle in midfield within seconds Jack McDermott was clean though and a calm finish gave Baldoyle some breathing space with 7 minutes left.

Darndale didn’t give in and continued to attack right to the end causing more skirmishes in the Baldoyle area, the last of which saw a break out from Aaron Troy whose cross pinged around the Darndale box before Luca Romano finished neatly for a 4-1 victory.

Fantastic display from the boys who are now clearly benefiting from the coaching of Rob, Stephen and Roberto

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 days ago

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🏆 END OF SEASON AWARDS - THIS SATURDAY!

Our 'end of season awards' for the schoolboy section will take place on SATURDAY, 15 December at 11.30 am in the clubhouse.

There will be two awards for each team at U10 and older age groups - 'Player of Year' and 'Most Improved Player'. There will also be medals for U7, U8 and U9 age groups.

See you all there and wear your Baldoyle tops !
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3 days ago

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BALDOYLE BOYS TAKE ON IRELAND WITH NDSL SQUAD

Congratulations to Baldoyle Utd players Conor Fitzpatrick and Callum Ralph who helped the NDSL U15 squad earn a 0-0 draw with Ireland Under 15s on Sunday.

The game was a charity match to raise funds for Autism Ireland held in Oscar Traynor Centre, Coolock.
You can donate at www.autismireland.ie
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4 days ago

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AUL TOP OF THE TABLE CLASH SUNDAY @ 11am

It's 2nd v 3rd as our AUL Premier A side take on Usher Celtic on SUNDAY morning.
Please show your support for Mark Cromwell and Rob Ranson's team. Drop down to the clubhouse (Brookstone Rd) at 11 am. Sunday.
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6 days ago

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Best of luck to Danny, Ben, Dan and DylanNDSL Academy 2007 Squad v NECSL Sunday 9th December 2018
12pm kick off, MDL Grounds Navan
NO. NAME CLUB
1: DANIEL CERNIUSKAS BALDOYLE UNITED
2: KENEN IAKOVIC HOWTH CELTIC FC
3 TOM Mc CORMACK RATOATH HARPS
4: BEN WALSH SKERRIES TOWN FC
5: SAM CAFFREY RATOATH HARPS
6: ALEX LEONARD BALSCADDEN FC
7: DANIEL RING BALDOYLE UNITED FC
8: ADAM DUICE RATOATH HARPS
9: JACK MULVEY DUNBOYNE FC
10: BEN ELLIOT BALDOYLE UNITED
11: TOM POWER MAYNOOTH TOWN FC
12 EVAN KELLY ASHBOURNE UNITED
13: DYLAN CONNOLLY BALDOYLE UNITED
14 DYLAN PHILIPS RATOATH HARPS
15: ADAM FARRELL RATOATH HARPS
The players selected are required to meet at the MDL grounds in Navan no later than 10.55am on Sunday the 9th of December for the Inter-League game against the NECSL.

Can all clubs please share this with their players and send confirmation back to the league.

If there are any issues please email academy director at stuarthayden9@gmail.com
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1 week ago

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Our U14P team had a great time in Sheffield last weekend. The lads played 2 games v Sheffield Utd Academy on fri & sat winning one and losing one, (we even wore Red & White stripes in one of the games just for them), before heading to see the Championship game Sheffield Utd v Leeds Utd.
A terrific experience for all the players and thanks to Gerry & Mark for organising
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3 weeks ago

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PICS: LEINSTER JUNIOR CUP:
BALDOYLE UTD 2 EDENDERRY TOWN 0

Two goals from Keith Lally and Ian Moore saw the AUL Premier A side progress to the next round of the Leinster Junior Cup. It's a great start to the season for Mark Cromwell and Rob Ranson's team with the lads also currently lying second in the AUL Premier A table.
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3 weeks ago

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Christmas arrives in Baldoyle this sunday with a craft fair in the Community Hall (beside the Church in the village) from 11am and will be followed by the switching on of the Christmas Lights by our own Jennifer Zamperelli (from Briget and Eamon and Dancing with the Stars).

Jennifer will be joined by Baldoyle Song & Dance group and Baldoyle Musical Society to switch on the Xmas Tree Lights in Baldoyle this year. All over to The White House afterwards for free Hot Cider.

This is a free event run by the Baldoyle Community Hall and grant funded by Fingal County Council.That time of year again !! Please share 😁
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3 weeks ago

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🔴 WEAR RED DAY: THIS FRIDAY

Baldoyle Utd will be supporting WEAR RED AGAINST RACISM DAY this FRIDAY 23 November.
You can donate by text by sending the letters SRTRC to 50300. Text costs €2.

Wear Red Day is an international campaign to show support for the Anti Racism message. We recently supported the SHOW RACISM THE RED CARD campaign in sport and we will support the campaign this Friday.

More Info: theredcard.ie/wear-red-day/
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4 weeks ago

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Baldoyle Utd thru to AUL Liddy Cup Semi-Final

Hardwicke 1 Baldoyle Utd 3

Mark Cromwell's Premier A side are through to the Liddy Cup semi-Finals after beating Premier A rivals Hardwicke 1-3 in the Q/Final played at Dublin Port Stadium on friday evening.
Goals by Mark Ryan, Keith Lally and Ian Crowe saw us home and continued the great start to the season by Mark and Rob Ranson's team.
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4 weeks ago

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4 weeks ago

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⚽ U14 PREMIER TEAM FEATURE IN HERALD STRIKER

A report on the U14 Premier team's recent win at United Park against Laytown Utd features in Monday's Herald Striker.

The boys are in with a real chance of winning the league. Since that game they have beaten challengers Ashbourne. They now have 2 games to go including a possible 'winner takes all' game against leaders Clonee Utd.
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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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U11s THROUGH TO NTH LEINSTER QUARTER FINALS

A fantastic result on Saturday by our Under 11 team who beat Square United from Louth 5-1 in the Schoolboys Football Association of Ireland national Cup.

The result means that Niall Behan and Justin Reilly's team are through to the quarter finals in North Leinster and one game away from reaching the last 32 teams in the whole of Ireland. They play Balbriggan away this weekend in the next round.

Great performance from all the boys and good luck in the next round.
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1 month ago

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The Premier A team continued their good start to the season with a 3-0 win over St Pauls today. Well done to Mark, Rob and all the lads,PREMIER 'A' AUL
Baldoyle Utd 3-0 St. Paul's Artane
Own Goal, Mark Geraghty, Ian Crowe.
Baldoyle flattered by the three-goal winning margin. An unfortunate OG put them one up. A sublime save from Ernest Lemantovic from a 'Sully' header kept the lead in tact and two goals in the final ten sealed the points and sent Mark Cromwell's baldoyle side to the top of The Premier 'A' Division.
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1 month ago

Great result today for u10c against Bohs 6-3.Goals coming from Josh D,Matthew 2,Ali,Conor and Josh k.Well done to all the boys today they played there socks off. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

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⚽ AGE 13-18?
⚽ WANT TO TAKE PART IN A 5-A-SIDE COMPETITION?

LATE NIGHT LEAGUE STARTS TONIGHT !

Just drop down to clubhouse on Brookstone Road at 8.30 tonight. See Pic for details:
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1 month ago

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REPORT: U14P BALDOYLE UTD 2 LAYTOWN UTD 0

The U14 Premier side went top of the table with a hard fought 2 nil win over Laytown Utd on Tuesday night at Drogheda United's United Park.

Ben O'Hara slotted home a great move down the right to open the scoring after 25 minutes. In the second half Baldoyle missed a penalty but then a fine passing move came to Oisin Quinn and he fired a 20 yard cracker to put Baldoyle two up.

Laytown had opportunities but 'Doyle keeper Daragh Mooney made two great saves to keep Laytown at bay.

It is a vital 3 points for Mark Tierney and Gerry Reddy's team who go top of the table with 3 games to play.

A full match report will appear in Herald Striker on Monday next. Thanks to Ger Brady of The Herald for the pic and taking the time to travel north on a horrible night.

Finally, many thanks to Drogheda United FC for the use of the ground.
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BALDOYLE UTD U14 PREMIER TAKE ON LAYTOWN - TUESDAY NIGHT

Good luck to our U14 Premier side who take on Laytown Utd in United Park, Drogheda on Tuesday night. Mark Tierney and Gerry Reddy's team are chasing the U14 Premier title with just 4 games left. Best of luck lads!
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1 month ago

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Best of luck to Ray, Mary and all the Staff at The White House. Well deserved recognition for an excellent local business.Congratulations once again to the shortlisted finalists:

- Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport
- Fowlers Malahide
- Gilbert & Wright Malahide
- Kealys
- Oasis Bar Portmarnock
- The White House Baldoyle

The winners will be announced on Friday at the Gala Awards Presentation Evening. For more see:
www.fingaldublinchamber.ie/events/details/business-excellence-csr-awards-2018-gala-awards-present...
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1 month ago

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⚽ NEW TUESDAY FOOTBALL ACADEMY FOR 4-7 YEAR OLDS

Every TUESDAY. 4.30pm-5.30pm

On our Astro pitch behind the clubhouse on Brookstone Rd (Beside St Laurence's school)
Just €3 per session, no registration fee. No need to pre-register

To compliment our popular Saturday morning Academy we have started a Tuesday Academy.

All welcome, BOYS & GIRLS. Aged 4-7yrs.

FAI trained coaches. - Please LIKE and SHARE among your friends
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1 month ago

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🎃 HALLOWEEN CAMP DAY 2 PICS

Some pics from Friday's Halloween Camp. Well done to everyone who took part. Plenty of fun games and some new skills learned over the two days.

Thanks to coaches Josh Dawson, Robbie Penrose, Alex Molloy, Ben Lynsky, Cian Leeson, Liam Dowling and Tony Alves. All led by the ever patient Dave Taaffe.
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1 month ago

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🧛‍♀️ PICS: HALLOWEEN CAMP - Day 1

A cold but sunny day saw nearly 50 young boys and girls take part in Day 1 of the Halloween Camp. Great fun and lots of games organised by our volunteer coaches.
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2 months ago

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🏆🏆 CUP WINNING TEAMS FEATURE IN NORTHSIDE PEOPLE

Baldoyle Utd's U11 and U12 NDSL Cup winning teams get a great mention in the current Northside people. Pick up your copy today.
(Pics by Dave Nutley & Dermot Penrose)
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2 months ago

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#EqualGame PICS: FROM OUR 'SHOW RACISM RED CARD' WEEKENDS

Baldoyle Utd joined with football clubs and schools across Europe to support the 'SHOW RACISM THE RED CARD' campaign. Over 80 of our young players were directly involved in raising the red card against racism and receiving wristbands.

A highlight of the events was a friendly match between local 5 a side team Billie Barry FC ! (led by Robbie Penrose) and residents of Hatch Hall direct provision centre. The Hatch Hall residents are asylum seekers / refugees who have been forced to leave their own country due to war or persecution for their beliefs. We have hosted football sessions for the lads over the last few months and they are delighted to be able to have a game of football and meet other football fans.
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2 months ago

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****** THIS THURSDAY & FRIDAY :A FEW PLACES LEFT:

🎃 BALDOYLE UTD FC HALLOWEEN CAMP ⚽

The ever popular Baldoyle Utd football Halloween Camp takes place this year on Thursday 1 & Friday 2 November .

Register and pay online today at:
pay.easypaymentsplus.com/feepay1v2.aspx?id=769

🧛‍♀️ Age 5-12
🧟‍♂️ Boys and Girls
👻 10.30 am - 2 pm
💀 Just €25

Remember all funds go directly towards the costs of running the club. None of the coaches on the camp are paid.
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2 months ago

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Ireland's Fittest Family on RTE
Baldoyle United are proud to wish the best of luck to our senior players Keith, Stephen and David Lally, and their Mam, Susan as they take part in the new RTE series of Ireland's Fittest Family.
The show goes on air on Sunday October 28th at 6.30pm. Tune in and support The Lally Family.
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2 months ago

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Baldoyle Utd 5 Kinsealy Utd 5
Baldoyle Utd win 3-1 on penalties.
An absolute cracker of a final saw Baldoyle Utd win the NDSL U12 Cup 2018 on penalties.
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2 months ago

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VIDEO: BALDOYLE U12S MAKE IT 2 CUPS IN 2 DAYS

Pavel Toromanov's U12s took the NDSL U12 Cup on Sunday after a cracking see-saw game with Kinsealy Utd.

The sides finished 5-5 after extra time with no more than a goal between the sides all game. It was a fantastic team performance but 'keeper Cole Jones proved to be the penalty shoot out hero with 2 top class saves . That set it up for Hassan Shawqi to coolly slot home the winner and start the celebrations (see video). Pictures to follow later tonight

Well played to Kinsealy Utd who were unlucky to be on the losing side today.
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2 months ago

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AUL: BALDOYLE THROUGH TO LIDDY CUP QTR FINAL

Baldoyle Utd reached the last 8 of the Liddy Cup thanks to a 4-3 win after extra time against St Malachys. It was a hard fought win for Mark Cromwell's team at Springdale Rd.
Huge thanks to GRANGE BUILDER PROVIDERS for sponsoring a new kit for the AUL Premier A side.
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