Dicksboro GAA Club

Under 16's 2014

13th December 2014

Under 16 Roinn 'A' Football Championship

Dicksboro 4-5 James Stephens 1-1

Dicksboro under 16's had an excellent win today in a very cold Palmerstown against James Stephens in the quarter final of the Duggan Steel Roinn 'A' championship.  The Village scored the first point but the 'Boro were totally dominant thereafter finishing the half with a lead of 3-4 to 0-1.  The 'Boro were in a position to empty the bench for the start of the second and while we may not have scored as much as in the first half, we were still well on top throughout the field, the Village goal coming from a penalty.

Panel: Johnny Minogue, David Ryan, Liam Kennedy, TJ Stynes, Cillian Timmons, Edward Moylan, Jack Condren, Evan Carroll, Cian Butler, Sean Boyd, Oisin Gough, David Campion, Brian Cleere, Kieran Galvin, Joe Sheehan, Mark Nolan, Chris Kavanagh, Eoghan Moylan, Jack Connelly, Stephen Cass, Liam Stynes.

11th October 2014

Under 16 Roinn 'A' County Final

Dicksboro 1-7  O'Loughlin Gaels 5-13

Hard luck to the 'Boro under 16's, who found themselves overwhelmed by the sheer physicality of their opponents, O'Loughlin Gaels in the Roinn 'A' County Final today.  We needed to be up to full strength going into this game and when we were not, it was always going to be a difficult task.  Another injury just before the end of the first half of another key player, really put us on the back foot as we trailed at HT by 0-5 to 2-5.  O'Loughlins started the second half with an unanswered 1-4 within eight minutes and while we briefly rallied with a goal and a point, the Gaels replied with two more consecutive goals to put the game beyond doubt.

Panel: Kieran Galvin, David Ryan, Cian Butler, Jack Condron, Joe Sheehan, Evan Carroll, Liam Kennedy, Cillian Timmons, Chris Kavanagh, Justin Cahill, Alan Corcoran, Edward Moylan, Brian Cleere, Eoghan Moylan, Mark Nolan, Oisin Gough (inj), Sean Boyd, Nickey Burke, Johnny Minogue, David Campion, TJ Stynes, Stephen Cass, Gavin Byrne, James Griffin, Jack Connelly, Gavin Walsh, Jason McCann, Liam Stynes, Liam Brennan Smyth.

Match Photos

Video Clips on Dicksboro Facebook Page

20th September 2014

Under 16 Hurling Championship

Dicksboro 0-18 James Stephens 1-13

The Dicksboro U16’s faced off against old foes James Stephens in the County Semi-Final on Saturday afternoon. In what proved to be a tight and tense affair it was the Boro men who eventually emerged victorious by two points. The Boro pretty much lead from start to finish and by the midway point of the second half seemed to have the game well under their control leading by five points but the Village rallied and brought it back to two with only moments left. Yet with their backs to the wall the Boro held firm to claim an excellent victory and a County final spot. FT Score Dicksboro 0-18 James Stephens 1-13.

Panel: Kieran Galvin, Sean Boyd, Cian Butler,  David Ryan, Joe Sheehan, Evan Carroll, Cillian Timmons, Liam Kennedy, Chris Kavanagh, Justin Cahill, Alan Corcoran, Edward Moylan, Mark Nolan, Eoghan Moylan, Brian Cleere, Jack Condren, Liam Brennan-Smyth, Nicky Burke, Jack Connolly, Stephan Cass, Johnny Minogue, TJ Stynes, James Griffin.

18th April 2014

Under 16 Roinn 'A' League

Dicksboro 3-15 O'Loughlin Gaels 2-15

The 'Boro under 16 team managed to turn around a nine point deficit at one stage in the first half to a one goal victory against neighbours, O'Loughlin Gaels in our second league game of the season. OLG were firing on all four cyclinders from the start and after twenty minutes we found ourselves behind by 0-4 to 1-9, and without any significant breeze advantage this looked worrying.  We would have a lot of work to do in the dressing room at HT to spur ourselves on as we trailed at HT by 1-7 to 2-12, four of our points coming from frees.

The management team worked wonders during the HT interval as an altogether more determined 'Boro team took to the field for the second half, registering 2-5 in the first twelve minutes, leaving OLG a little shell shocked as we now lead by two points.  The Gaels were unable to recover and a brief spell in the middle of the half when they scored two unanswered points was short lived as the 'Boro lads replied with the last three scores of the game.

Panel: Kieran Phelan, Eoghan Moylan, Cian Butler, David Ryan, TJ Stynes, Evan Carroll, Johnny Minogue, Chris Kavanagh, Jack Condren, Edward Moylan, Alan Corcoran, David Campion, Joe Sheehan, Oisin Gough, Brian Cleere, Gavin Byrne, Justin Cahill, Stephen Cass, Mark Nolan, Liam Brennan Smith, Jack Connelly, James Griffen.