New Oak Boys (@1.47) vs Hanover Harps (@5.0)

Our Prediction:

New Oak Boys will win

New Oak Boys – Hanover Harps Match Prediction | 16-09-2019 06:00

The teams entertaining the fans at halftime on the night will be Clonee United FC,Lusk United AFC,Kilnamanagh Football Club,Finglas United Youth FC and Hanover Harps FC. Bohs are back in action this friday night playing host to Waterford. The gypsies head into this game off the back of a great win out in Tallaght on tuesday night.

Many thanks to all those in the Oscar Traynor Centre for their help, to the NDSL for their hospitality and to both managers and players of all teams for their time. Check out action and reaction from Saturday's U12, U14 and U15 SFAI Skechers National Finals featuring Shamrock Rovers F.C., St Kevin's Boys FC, Belvedere Fc, Cherry Orchard FC, Stella Maris Football Club and Hanover Harps FC.

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Having found ourselves a goal down with less than 30 to play strikes from Simon Oshea and Dylan Walsh booked our place in the showpiece event in two weeks time. [05/08/19] AND WE'RE THERE....CARLOW CUP FINALA 2-1 win over an impressive Slaney Rovers outfit.

Due to the success of our academies last year we will also have an u16 academy this year that will participate in the u16 Gaynor Cup also held in University Limerick over 4/5 days. Our u12 and u14 academies competed in the u12 Gaynor Cup (a one day blitz in Sligo) and the u14 Gaynor Cup (a 4 day tournament held in University Limerick). Last year we established a Carlow girls soccer academy for the first time ever.


Hanover pressed for an equaliser for most of the second half but just couldn't get it having 2 balls cleared off the line and a number of chances narrowly missed. Hanover were very slow to come out of the blocks in the second half and conceded 2 goals in 5 minutes both from set pieces. Hanover went looking for a goal in response and were rewarded when a fine finish to the roof of the net by Ryan Fitzgerald made it 2-1. Hanover started brightly and should really have been ahead before eventually taking the lead when a shot by Jamie Coakley was spilled into the path of Roland Sanni who finished to the net. Hanover could have scored more but some last ditch defending by Evergreen kept it 2-1 at half time. Hanover were still on top but conceded an equaliser against the run of play when a rebound from a free kick was followed up by the Evergreen striker.

Five cracking SFAI Skechers National Cup Finals to look forward to this weekend - best of luck to all taking part, enjoy the occasion with your coaches, family and fellow players.

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Both teams then had spells before Evan McEvoy put New Oak ahead half way through the half. Forth Celtic came straight back into the game and won a penalty, which they converted two minutes later. The match was still very much in the balance until five minutes to play when a lovely passing move put in Evan McEvoy who finished well. The second half was only five minutes old when Adam Shaw put New Oak ahead when his free kick was deflected into the net.

Check out action and reaction from Saturday's U15 SFAI Skechers South East Regional Cup Final between Wexford Albion FC and Hanover Harps FC - Hanover won on penalties after a fiercely contested tie. The Carlow Juveniles League side quickly turn their attentions to Saturday when they face Stella Maris in the National Cup Final - KO is 3.30pm in the Oscar Traynor Centre.

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Stella Maris Football Club will be looking to secure their seventh U15 Evans Cup on Saturday when they face Hanover Harps FC in the SFAI Skechers National Cup Final - the Dublin side have a rich history in the U15 competition, stretching all the way back to 1956. Best of luck to both teams on the day - the Final kicks off at 3.30pm in the Oscar Traynor Centre.

Just 7 minutes later Hanover doubled their lead, another corner, this time from the right saw Cillian McGrath's cross powerfully headed home by Kyle Foley for 2-0. Harps were on the front foot from the off, creating chances for Brandon Kelly and Stephen Smyth, both efforts well saved. Two All Ireland finals in one month for our club? The hosts constant pressure yielded a corner on 20 minutes and with it the opening goal, Brandon Kelly headed Kyle Nolan's dead ball onto the post but made no mistake with the rebound as he fired Harps in front. Kevin's response came from the penalty spot with 20 minutes remaining but that was as good as it got for the visitors as the Harps rearguard stood strong to ease the club and county into a first ever SFAI Cup final. Match Report on todays historic win in the SFAI Cup U15 All Ireland Semi Final Hanover Harps 3St Kevin's Boys 1Hanover created a bit of history as they became the first Carlow boys team to reach the National final after this win over St Kevin's Boys, a powerhouse of schoolboys football in Ireland. Kevin's made a couple of chances at half time but it was more of the same from Harps and within 5 minutes of the restart Kelly scored a contender for goal of the season, picking up a loose ball some 35 yards from goal before unleashing a ferocious drive which nestled in the net to send the Hanover faithful wild. No problem. There was still time for Kyle Nolan to crack a 25 yarder off the crossbar before the referee sounded for half time. Hanover: Jason Brennan, Mikee Horohan,Diarmuid Long, Cillian McGrath, Kyle Foley, Jamie Furlong, Kyle Nolan, Jack Begley, Harry Lloyd, Ronan Quinlan, Aaron Bowden, Jack Murphy, Brandon Kelly, Dylan Doyle, Stephen Smyth, Jack Dunne.

Then in the afternoon the U15 Div 1 side play Wexford Albion in the SFAI Regional Cup Final, kick off in Tramore at 4:00. First up is the U15 Div 2 Cup Final where the lads take on Baltinglass, kick off at 12:30 in St Pats. [05/04/19] Well done to our U13s who booked a place in their cup final last night with a 2-0 win over Killeshin and the best of luck to both U15 teams playing finals today. Best of luck to all involved.