UNDER-19 PLAY-OFF DATE SET

The Bohemians Under-19s will face Shamrock Rovers in the SSE Airtricity League Under-19 League play-off quarter-finals on Saturday April 11th at 2pm at Institute of Technology Blanchardstown.

BOHEMIANS U10 3 ST FRANCIS 0

T[/dcopcap]he Bohemians Under-10 side produced a fine display to secure three points against St Francis on Saturday morning.

The entire team played superbly throughout the 3-2 victory.

As a result the Bohemian manager Mick O’Neill declared that every single player deserved the man-of-the-match accolade, although special praise was reserved for Dylan McKay who received the player of the month reward.

The Bohs goals were scored by Josh Carroll, Conyers Brown and Chris Dunne.

BOHEMIANS U12 1 LUSK UNITED 5

The Bohemian Under-12 side welcomed Lusk United to a wet and windy Albert College Park on Sunday morning.

Both sides are currently mid-table in the league and this was a great opportunity for some players from the Under-10s and Nursery to gain some match-day experience.

Although Bohs lost the game 5-1, coach Glen Casey was thrilled with the attitude and aptitude of his young team and especially the performances of Eoin and Callum Nesbitt who played their first games of the season, as well as Lennon Connelly who managed to score the solitary Bohemian goal.

 

 

UNDER-19 NORTHERN ELITE DIVISION CHAMPIONS

Congratulations to the Bohemians Under-19s who were today crowned champions of the Northern Elite Division League after late drama away to Letterkenny Rovers.

With Aaron Ashe netting a hat-trick for the Gypsies, Robbie Horgan’s came from 2-0 down to win 4-3 in the 94th minute through substitute Martin Cassin and finish top a point ahead of Derry City.

The victory also guaranteed a home tie in the champions knockout quarter-finals.

In an interview with loi19.com, Bohs captain Aaron Molloy – son of Trevor – revealed his delight at the result.

Resilient Gypsies progress after dramatic penalty shootout

The Bohemian Under-18s advanced to the semi-finals of the FAI Youth Cup on Sunday. The away fixture took place in Cork against formidable and experienced opposition in Leeds AFC. Bohs manager

Richie Maguire described the game as ” very tough ” and was delighted with the performance and determination with his side. Bohs were the better side in the first half and they created numerous chances but were unlucky not to score.

Eventually Bohs hit the back of the net through man of the match Ciaran Maguire but unfortunately it was called offside due to a very dubious call from the referee.

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In the second half Bohs had to play uphill and against all the odds dominated proceedings once again. Once more the away side created all the chances but nothing materialised from the impressive display.

Extra time proved tougher for Bohemian FC as they began to feel the effects of the second half where they played uphill.

The best chance of extra time fell to Leeds AFC but they were denied by a stunning save from Bohemian goalkeeper Arron McKenna .

In the penalty shootout, Bohs won 4-3 thanks to goals from Ciaran Maguire , Neil Donnelly, Natan O’Connell and Martin Cashin.

Bohemians: 1. Arron McKenna, 2. Cian Fogarty, 3. Sean Gilbert, 4. Ciaran Maguire, 5. Arron Deniffe, 6. Robert O’Leary,  7. Steven Mullins, 8. Neil Donnelly, 9. Shane Carter, 10. Adam Murphy, 11. Brian Gillen. Subs used: 12 Natan O’Connell for Gilbert and 13 Carl Lewis for Gillen, both at half-time. 14. Martin Cassin for Carter extra time. Subs not used: 15. Simon Bell (GK) and  16. Jamie McQuillan.

BFC YOUTHS SATURDAY NURSERY

Bohemian FC have re-established the club’s nursery on Saturday mornings at Inspire (St.Joesph’s School for the deaf) on the Navan Road from 11am to 12pm.

All children older than 4 are welcome to join in. The nursery will provide players with fun and  simple-to-learn games, based on developing their physical and football mastery skills.

It will involve coaching from UEFA B-qualified coaches to ensure the highest of standards throughout.

If you are interested in bringing your child down for some fun-filled football, then just bring them down for 11am this Saturday, or email youths@bohemians.ie or Kay McKenna on 085-8722099 for further information.

BOHEMIANS UNDER-15s 1 MAYNOOTH 1

The Bohemian under-15 team were involved in a competitive and entertaining game on Sunday morning in Albert College against a strong Maynooth Side.

Bohemian manager Valentine Negoro described the game as very exciting and was extremely pleased with his teams commitment , determination and energy as they rescued a point at the death.

The decisive equaliser came from Adis Velic who has the potential to become a very talented player, according to his manager. The draw ensured that Bohs remained in 4th position, one place above their opponents on the day.

This Sunday, they face another tough fixture away to Malahide United. The management and players also have a tournament in England to prepare for. The tournament takes place in early April in Stoke where they will meet formidable opposition.

Under-18s travel to Cork

The Bohemian FC under-18 side have a significant fixture this weekend as they play in the quarter-final of the FAI Umbro Youth Cup.

Bohs manager Richie Maguire is quietly confident about his team’s prospects. The game takes place in Cork on Sunday against Leeds AFC.

The Bohemian under-18s are currently in sixth position in the NDSL Premier Division with a number of games in hand. With just one league defeat this season, the team should travel to Cork with plenty of confidence.

ST PATRICK’S DAY DUBLIN DERBY AT 1PM

Best of luck to the Bohs Under-19s in their Dublin derby against St Patrick’s Athletic in Crumlin at 1pm today.

Unbeaten in eight league games, Robbie Horgan’s side are already assured of a place in the play-offs and are level on points with Northern Elite Division leaders Derry City.

They can go top of the division with a positive result in today’s game in hand ahead of their final regulation round game away to Letterkenny Rovers.

So show them your support!

Under-19 results and fixtures

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