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BALDOYLE UTD ANTI RACISM CAMPAIGN FEATURES IN THE CURRENT NORTHSIDE PEOPLE : ... See MoreSee Less

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Great to see Keith Darcy out supporting his nephew Steven at the U16s game yesterday. Keith, who suffered a double leg break six weeks ago when playing for the Over 35s, is progressing well and keeping in good spirits as he continues his recovery. Everyone at the club wishes Keith a speedy recovery. ... See MoreSee Less

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BALDOYLE CLUBHOUSE/ASTRO CLOSED TONIGHT (MONDAY) - NO TRAINING TONIGHT

We think you know why. Stay safe out there!
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Some great pics of the Premier A team in action v St Pauls Artane courtesy of Justin Burke AUL PRO ... See MoreSee Less

Some photos from the Herald Striker Premier A game between St Pauls Artane FC v Baldoyle Utd on sunday 15th October 2017. No permission granted to use on other media outlets, copyright of Justin Burke...

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Congratulations to our U16C team who secured 2nd place in the league with victory over Ratoath Harps today.
Only a win could secure the R/Up spot and the team overcame some very tough opposition to win 3-4 in Ratoath.

Steven Dunne opened the scoring for us on 11 mins, showing some great reactions and desire to latch onto a loose ball in the Ratoath box and fire home. The home side equalised on 23mins but Baldoyle's lead was restored when Jose Martinez Faba hit a piledriver which was beyond the keeper before he could react on 28mins. 7 minutes later the scores were level again as Ratoath scored a good headed goal from a corner and so the first half ended at 2-2.

Five minutes into the second half Baldoyle scored a goal of real quality. A move where we kept possession under pressure and moved it from left to right, back and forward, involving 8 of the 11 players touching the ball, and ended with Cian Grassick pulling the ball back from the endline to the unmarked Jose who showed great composure to sidefoot home from the edge of the area.
With the team now controlling the game it would have to be something special to unlock the Baldoyle defence and unfortunately for us that is exactly what happened, when a Ratoath midfielder, picking up a clearance outside our box, struck a wonderfully curled shot past the outstretched hand of Sean Walsh in goal to level at 3-3.
However this Baldoyle team have worked extremely hard all year and were not going to be denied. With 17mins to go the energetic Cian Grassick was fouled in the box and Jose Martinez Faba completed his Hat-Trick from the spot to win all three points and secure second place.

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Back row - Cian Grassick, Adam "Chops" Howard, Jose Martinez Faba, Sean Kane, Oran Martin, Sean Walsh
Front row - Steven Dunne, Sean Houraghan, Josh Dawson, Steven Darcy, Jamie McGuirk, Andrew Witter
Manager - Dermot Penrose
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BALDOYLE U14 GIRLS THROUGH TO NEXT ROUND OF ALL IRELAND CUP AET
Well done girls .Another fantastic performance . Report by Holly Ward:
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Sunday 15th October 2017 U14 Fai All Ireland cup Baldoyle Utd v St Josephs Report by Holly Ward Today marked yet another milestone in the girls section in Baldoyle as the girls played there fir...

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BALDOYLE JUNIOR ACADEMY SUPP⚽RTING Football Against Racism FORTNIGHT!

It was the turn of our Boys and Girls Acadamies this Saturday to Show Racism the Red Card. Great to see so many youngsters at the academies. (10 am for boys and 11am for girls)
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BALDOYLE UTD SUPPORTING FARE ANTI-RACISM FORTNIGHT

The club is among clubs across Ireland and Europe supporting FARE fortnight which started recently. Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) is an awareness campaign that began on October 6 and runs until October 19.

We welcome everyone at Baldoyle United no matter what their race. Our under 11 and 10 teams and coaches together with Rush and St Itas showed racism the red card last Saturday. Keep an eye out for more of our teams supporting the campaign this weekend.
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It is with great sadness that we learn that Laura O'Neill, niece of our Chairman Dermot, lost her battle with Sarcoma cancer last saturday night. Laura was just 22 years old.

Laura had been attending the Royal Marsden Hospital in London after she had reached the end of treatment offered in Ireland. A Gofundme account to help cover Laura's medical costs raised an astonishing €29k towards her medical costs. Many members and friends of Baldoyle Utd donated to this fund and Laura's family are profoundly grateful to all those who donated and gave Laura hope.

Sadly, after initially responding well to treatment, Laura's tumours returned very aggressively and Laura passed away on Sat Sept 30th with her Mam at her bedside a mere 9 months after diagnosis.

Laura's funeral mass will take place at 10am in the Church of Our Lady of Victories, Ballymun Road, followed by cremation in Dardistown Crematorium on Thursday Oct 5th

Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a hanam dílis
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A big thanks to John Delaney and the FAI for the invitation to Alex McEleney and some of the U11s to attend the Ireland training session at Abbotstown this afternoon.
Alex, Jack, Ben, Callum and his pal Ethan met with many of the players afterwards including Baldoyle's Robbie Brady, Stephen Ward, James McClean, David Meyler, James McCarthy to name a few, and of course Roy Keane.
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Some fantastic items are up for Auction for the Alex Mac Fundraiser. Register your bids on the Auction site ... See MoreSee Less

Auction for The Alex Mac Fundraiser

September 29, 2017, 10:00am - October 6, 2017, 12:00am

We are delighted to announe that we have put together an auction for the Alex mac Fundraiser. We also have, courtesy of eir sport, 2 tickets to a champions leaugue game of your choice to be used befor...

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The Alex Mac Fundraiser is coming up on Friday Oct 6th. Tickets for the night and for the raffle are available from the clubhouse. Please support this event for our U11 player Alex ... See MoreSee Less

Alex Mac Fundraiser

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Our Girls Academy for 4-8 yr olds is back. Every sat morning from 11am-12 noon. Cost is just €3 per week & new players are very welcome to join the fun. Just bring a drink. ... See MoreSee Less

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Baldoyle Utd shared Baldoyle Utd School Girls Soccer's post. ... See MoreSee Less

Sunday 24th September 2017 U14 Molly O Toole cup 1st RD Baldoyle Utd v Lakelands Match report by Amy Currivan. Today both teams got together for the first game ...

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PICS: U13D BALDOYLE UTD 1 V SKERRIES 1

The U13D team was so unlucky not to claim all 3 points in Sunday's game at home to Skerries . A superb long range effort by James McEvoy found the top corner to put the lads 1-0 ahead only to concede a late late equalizer. Well done lads and on to next weekend.
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PICS: U12A BALDOYLE UTD V CORDUFF

Some pictures from Sunday's friendly against Corduff in Racecourse Park. A good run out for the lads in their second 11 a side game. Corduff running out 3-2 winners on the day. Goals from Leo Maher and MaxDent. Great refereeing in the first half!
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MATCH PIC: BALDOYLE U9S V BOHEMIANS

Thanks to Derek Walsh for this photo of the U9s . They put in a super performance against Bohemians this morning. Plenty of goals on a windy morning with the Baldoyle boys coming out on top. Well done lads!
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IT'S FAI JUNIOR CUP TIME!

Drop down to the clubhouse on SUNDAY to see Baldoyle United AUL Premier A side take on Suncroft in the first round of the FAI Junior Cup KO 11 am. Good Luck lads!
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VIDEO: U12A SFAI CUP - BALDOYLE V KINGSCOURT

Leo Maher's fine free kick cracks off the underside of the bar with the keeper beaten:
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MATCH REPORT: SFAI CUP U12 BALDOYLE UTD 2 KINGSCOURT HARPS 3

Our Under 12A team their played their very first 11 a side game on a full size pitch in the SFAI Cup against Kingscourt Harps on Sunday. The boys were unlucky to go down by a single goal. In a very entertaining game both sides played some lovely football with Kingscourt from Cavan taking the lead.

With the score at 3-2 Baldoyle had some great chances to get a deserved equalizer. During a goal mouth scramble that also involved a strong penalty claim the ball somehow trickled wide. Then Leo Maher's free kick from outside the box cracked off the underside of the bar to the frustration of the young lads.

Overall the team will be pleased with a fine performance and should have no fears when they move to 11 a side next year. Good luck to Kingscourt in the next round.
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MATCH PICS: U14B BALDOYLE UTD 2 V ST KEVINS 1

Great performance by the U14B team who ran out 2-1 winners in a tightly fought contest. With the scores level at 1-1 and full time approaching Baldoyle showed the extra fitness and desire to clinch a well deserved winner. Liam Burchell and Sean O'Keeffe with the goals for Baldoyle.
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Our extensive coverage of the U11A match v Swords (pics and videos! ) concludes with the match report from Herald Striker. ... See MoreSee Less

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U11A V SWORDS CELTIC- great low-driven free kick by Stephen Finn to make it 3-0 ... See MoreSee Less

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VIDEO: U11A V SWORDS CELTIC - Superb and crucial save by Michael Eustace when game was still 0-0 ... See MoreSee Less

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MATCH PICS: BALDOYLE U11A V SWORDS CELTIC

Our Under 11A were also at home at Seagrange today. The team is on a great run at the moment and it continued with a fine win over a Swords side who will wonder how they lost out after a strong first half performance.

Baldoyle were the better side in the second half. Goals from Stephen Finn (2) and Jack McDermot sealed victory. For the remainder of the half the team, coached by Steve, Roberto and Rob, knocked the ball around well playing some lovely football.

Ger Brady from The Herald Striker was there to report on the game so pick up a copy of the Evening Herald on Monday.
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MATCH PICS: BALDOYLE UNDER 11H V WILLOWS

Well done to our U11H team who played some great football at Seagrange Road against a strong Willows side. The lads are improving every week under Pavel's coaching. Today they ran out narrow victors with both defences playing very well.
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Baldoyle Utd are getting behind a local fund raising event on behalf of one of our U11 players Alex McEleney.

Alex Mc has been playing with Baldoyle Utd since his time in our Academy and is now part of our U11s group. Alex is a great defender and was an integral part of the 2016 Michael Woods Cup winning team.

Recently Alex was diagnosed with Leukaemia and with the support of his family and friends he is currently undergoing treatment.

An event is being organized by the Baldoyle Community to support Alex and his family, to let them know that Alex is not fighting this alone. Everyone at Baldoyle Utd are with you Alex, as are all your friends in the Community of Baldoyle

Tickets for the night in the Racecourse Inn on Friday October 6th are just €5 and are available from the Clubhouse office. Raffle tickets are also available from the office at €2 per ticket or €10 for a book of 6 tickets.
Please share this post to spread the word and show Alex and his Family they have all our support.
www.facebook.com/alexmacwarrior/
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BALDOYLE U18s - PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPS!

(Thanks to Mr Gecso for photos)

Congratulations to the Under 18 Premier team who won the league on Thursday night after a 1-0 win over Trinity / Donaghmede who take the runners - up spot. The lads won every one of their league games during 2017. This is a remarkable achievement at this level.

The magnificent performances all season also reflect the top coaching the lads received from Keith Collins and Rob Ranson.
Niall Behan and Dave Taffe also provided support to the squad during the year with strength/conditioning and yoga classes all helping the squad to a 100% record.

It is also great to see that many of the players have been with the club since they were 7/8 years old - some with the club since the junior academy. Well done to everyone in the squad and all the coaches.
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