LATEST NEWS SUNDAY NOV 19

Fixtures : Sat Nov 25 U-12 Premier Park A v Dynamos A 9 45am
U-12 Division 1 Killorglin v Dynamos B 12 noon
U-14 Premier Dynamos v Listowel 11 30am

Academy : Many thanks to coaches Chris, Niall, Murt, Tony, Adi and Noel for helping out with the Academy coaching session last Friday evening. It was a perfect evening for training and all seemed to have enjoyed it to the full. Remember, Academy training continues every Friday evening at the IT College North Campus from 6 to 7pm. Don’t forget to bring €2 to cover pitch hire and lights and remember to wrap up warm.
Registration : Some players have yet to give registration and this can be done at the Academy Training each Friday evening at the IT College from 6 to 7pm.

U-11 League : Dynamos three U-11 teams took on near rivals Park FC last Saturday. Our A team had a comprehensive victory over Park A with Pierce Lowth, Adam Evans and Shayne Stack all on target for Dynamos. Our B team were unlucky to lose out 3-2 against our Park counterparts with Leon O Connor, Tadhg Healy Oisin Carroll and Conor Crean all playing well. Our C team won 4-1, making it a good day for the club with Nick Lacey, Rory Kavanagh, Fionn Daly, Debra O Connor and Saoirse Kerins impressing.

U-13 League : Dynamos 2-4 Kenmare. Goals from Tom and Evan Quilligan were not enough to ward off this impressive Kenmare side and despite the brave efforts of Alex Hoare and James Dowling, the visitors took the spoils in a very entertaining game.

U-15 League : In heartbreaking fashion Dynamos lost out to table toppers Ballyhar when conceding the winner three minutes into injury time. Having played some scintillating football with possession the key, it was the imposing Ballyhar team that took victory in a very sporting game. Patrick Moravski was Dynamos scorer, his second in two games with Sean Dillane, Donagh Stephenson and keeper James Moran all doing very well. Our next game is at home to Killarney Athletic on Saturday week Dec 2nd

U-17 National Cup : Surprisingly, Dynamos received a walkover from top Dublin side Crumlin Utd in the last 32 of the National Cup. It’s a real pity that such events transpired as everybody at the club were looking forward to taking on one of the top sides in Dublin. We now advance to the Last 16 of the National Cup.

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