Castleknock Celtic 6 : 1 Malahide Utd
This game started at a furious pace with Celtic trying to unsettle  tough opposition. Some great work on the left hand side by Robert Irwin led to the first chance of the match which was despatched to the net by Niall Myron.
Within minutes Celtic's lead was doubled with a great strike from Francis O Donnell. Substitute Christopher Hoey barely on the pitch for his first ever 11-A-Side game scored Celtic's third and fifth goal and in between helped create Niall Myron's second goal. This capped a great twenty minute spell of fast , passing football when Malahide could only register a single goal. The second half was much quieter as Celtic made a few changes but continued to control the game. However there was still time for Niall Myron to complete his hat-trick and take the man of the match award. Celtic are now 8 games unbeaten.

Castleknock Celtic  6  Rush Athletic  0
This NDSL U-11s game started in dense fog which is the only explanation for Celtic missing a host of early chances. However, goals in the first half by Francis O'Donnell and Craig Norton settled the nerves from the sideline. Further goals from Shane Kennedy and another from Francis O'Donnell early in the second half put the result beyond doubt. Two late strikes from Jordan McMillan finished the scoring and gave Celtic a deserved 3 points. The Man of the Match award went to right full back Alan Waters whose defence kept their third clean sheet of the season. Celtic have gone seven matches unbeaten this season.


Goal-scorers Chris Hoey & Fran O'Donnell

Niall Myron, hat-trick hero v. Malahide (6-1 win).

Alongside, happy team-mates after Malahide win.

Francis O'Donnell & Joey Faughan

Jordan McMillian on the Scoresheet