Browsing articles in "Under 17"

Skryne Minors emerge victorious over Trim and earn a Semi Final spot of the Minor Championship.

The Hogan Stand had written a report on all LMFM Minor Championship Games prior to the fixtures and these reviews are always good with a depth of knowledge that takes time to write. Even with their depth of knowledge and reporting nobody really knew who would be playing in a Semi Final prior to the fixture as it had alot of “if, but & what if” around the Div 1 Grp A & B Divisions. […]


Skryne over come Duleek Bellewstown in Minor Championship Div 2 Rnd 2

With Skryne Minors after beating Walterstown the lads headed to Duleek / Bellewstown Wednesday 5th with a 7.00pm throw in. The conditions were ideal until it decided to pelt rain before the throw in and left the pitch like an Ice Rink and the ball like a bar of soap. Skryne had the bare 15 players and with Sam Hawes out through injury the game got under way. Skryne started off brightly and Niall Finnerty […]


Skryne U17’s Vrs Trim.

Hard luck to the Skryne U17’s who took on Trim in Skryne. Skryne has the majority of players who are U16’s and playing Div 2 football gave it everything, Trim on the other hand had Nine U17’s and Skryne with three. This was the difference between the two sides. At half time there was nothing in it. Skryne battled hard but with injuries at during the game and also those that are out injured it […]


Under 17 & Minor Boys Manager Wanted

There is currently a vacancy for the Manager of the Under 17 & Minor Boys Football Teams for the 2017 season. If you are interested in taking up either of these positions or both, you can contact Gina Doherty at 087-906 5193.


U17s bow out to Na Fianna in Division 1 League semi-final

Na Fianna 6-16 Skryne 3-12 U17 Football League, Semi-final A poor first half performance from Skryne saw Na Fianna build an unassailable lead to allow them to advance to the Division 1 League Final against Donaghmore/Ashbourne on Sunday.  Weather conditions were poor with wind and rain the order of the night in Dunganny. Na Fianna had the benefit of the wind in the first half and Skryne would have hoped to keep their scoring to a minimum in […]

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