Final Meath & District League Tables for the 2011/12 Season
This years annual Senior Presentation Night will take place on Sat June 30th in The Fiddlers @ 7.30pm.
Tickets are €10 and are available from any committee member or alternatively in Marrons Butcher.
On behalf of myself and all at the club I would like to thank everyone for their support during the season. We'll be back next season!
The search for the Community Games U12 soccer champions came to a close on Monday evening last in Gortakeegan with Carrick taking on Tydavnet in this years final. Carrick captained by Oisin O’Hanlon enjoyed a strong campaign in qualifying for the final with five good wins under their belt but took nothing for granted against their formidable opponents who in turn were getting better with every match.
Carrick had a great victory in the Community Games final in Gortakeegan on Tuesday evening last. It was a raw evening but a sweet result. The managers Fintan Swinburne and Mark Mc Nulty have nurtured this squad and it is now off to the Ulster Finals!
Carrick Rovers 17's Premier team made the trip to the MDL Grounds in Navan, on Saturday afternoon, to take on Borora, in the Final of the NECSL Cup. Rovers started the brighter and had their opponents under pressure early on. The front pairing of Oisin McDonnell and Saul Carolan, were linking up well with James Lambe and Oisin Conroy on the flanks and creating openings.
No shortage of net rattling for Rovers this last couple of outings but unfortunately we were the wrong side of the verdict on Thursday night under lights in Dundalk. Well done to Woodview who hit a never to be forgotten finish but let’s not forget our own men.
Photos from yesterdays Reilly Cup Semi Final V Longwood in which Rovers won 8-2.
Over the last number of weeks the club has hosted a hugely successful Soccer Sisters series. This was established under the guidance of FAI Regional Development Officer for Monaghan, John Crudden. With up to 40 girls of different ages attending the sessions at 5 o'clock on Friday evenings in the Phoenix Centre. The girls are being coached in the principles of Soccer by very willing and able coaches Barry Woods and Wayne Kerley with the help of 2 lady coaches Sarah Cunningham and Joanne Culleton. When the 8 week sessions finish it is hoped that we will be able to get a number of girls teams involved in the proposed " Don't X the Line " blitzes that will run during the Summer. If anybody was willing to get involved and help with these girls you can contact the following number.
Francis Matthews 087 6256171.