Tonight, St. Peters travelled to Edenderry Town claiming a 3-1 away win in the CCFL Senior Division. This victory now sets up a mouth watering encounter this coming Sunday at 2.00pm in McCarty Park, Athlone when St. Peters host their great rivals Willow Park in a league decider. St. Peters know that only a win will give them the title they last won in 2005/2006. Willow Park know that a point will secure the title, their 8th title in a row. This promises to be an epic encounter. Best wishes to both teams and we hope all supporters of our game will come along on Sunday to encourage these two great sides.
Best wishes to the CCFL Women’s Team who play in the LFA Women’s Interleague semi final this coming Sunday the 19th of January at 1pm in Derdimus Park, Kilkenny (City). This is a big game for our women’s team in this inaugural playing of the competition so on behalf of the Executive Committee, the players and the officials […]
Please note that the CCFL in conjunction with the FAI will run a Safeguarding 1 (Child Welfare & Protection Basic Awareness Course) on Thursday the 12th of January 2017. This is our 2nd course of the season. The hour course will run from 7.30pm to 10.30pm and will take place in the Bridge House in […]
Saturday Divisions Cup Semi Finals Dynamoe Rooskey v Moydow FC Ballymahon v Camlin Utd Combined Counties Shield Semi Finals Highfield Utd v St Carthages Ath or Maryborough Clara Town B v Gracefield Ath or O’Moore’s FC Under 19 Cup 1st Round Mucklagh v Horseleap Utd Kilbeggan v Ballymahon St Aengus v Willow Park […]