U17: Arlington FC 0 Bohemians 2

U16A: Rush Athletic 4 Bohemians 2

Bohemians’ Under-16s were unfortunate in their away fixture to Rush Athletic. They began the game very well, leading by two within the first 30 minutes.

Bohs pressed the opposition very well throughout the match and created numerous chances. The team were unfortunate to lose the game, with many of the opposition’s goals coming from set- pieces.

The manager declared himself happy with the performance and the attitude that the players shown. He commented that the team had been practising on their pressing game and the delivery of passes in the final third of the pitch, and had shown the signs of improvement.

U14P: Bohemians 2 East Meath United 3

An entertaining game was had between these two teams in Albert College. It was an evenly-matched game between the two sides with good football being played by both.

The Bohs midfield created numerous chances for the home team, with Gianpiero Fragnoli and Sean Smith controlling the centre of the midfield very well, particularly with their positioning. Bohs went ahead through a Jamie Clowry close range goal.

The away team were able to work very hard and draw level. Bohs again began to dominate play, with some great link up play by Andy Muholland, Sam Carroll and Kamil Schlass.


Although Cian Moreno was having a great game , he was unfortunately beaten by a corner as EMU drew level again. Bohs were unfortunate with some small decisions in the game and were beaten by another corner in the dying seconds of the game.

The away must be congratulated on their drive to come from behind on two occasions; however, the Bohs team should take a lot of confidence from the game also, with the defence improving on both their organisation and communication during the game, in particular William Hondermarck and Ryan Lynch.

U17P: woodlawn Sportslink 0 Bohemians 3

U16: Bohemians 1 Swords Celtic 3

The Bohemians 16s gave a good showing over the weekend and were unfortunate to come away with a loss. The team worked really well as a unit, creating a number of chances before conceding late in the first half from a long-range effort. The visitors then relied on their keeper as he saved numerous Bohs opportunities with some fine saves.

In the second half, the visitors scored two quick goals within five mins of the restart.

Titi Babbington got a deserved goal for his efforts to make the score 3-1. Bohs continued to push till the end but could not finish the chances they were making, with David Mugalu’s performance and Nathan Lawless’s determination, both on and off the pitch, driving the team to achieve increasingly encouraging performances.

U14: Bohemians 0 Clontarf 2

Bohemians started well against the visitors, creating numerous attacking chances with some neat passing.

Andy Mulligan, Kamil Schlass, Jamie Clowry and Lido Lofeta all gave good performances and were unfortunate not to have created a goal.

It was an evenly fought match, with Sean Smith and Gianpiero Fragnoli doing very well in midfield. The encounter was one that Bohs can take many positives from with their positioning and organisation improving game by game.

U12: Phoenix 0 Bohemians 1

On Sunday morning there was a very well-fought encounter between Bohemians and Phoenix.

Bohs came out on top with a very well taken goal by Jamie Martin. Each member in the team gave a great performance with the midfield doing superb job in particular.



Tom Mohan’s Ireland Under-17 side produced a dramatic second-half fightback to secure a 2-1 victory over Austria at Dalymount Park yesterday evening, writes STEPHEN FINN (courtesy of FAI).

With both sides looking towards the elite qualifying round of the UEFA Under-17 Championship later this month, it was a highly competitive game and Mohan will have taken a lot from the performance as well as the result.

Ireland started livey when an early free-kick from Tom Holland created a golden chance for debut boy Jerry McDonagh, but he just failed to connect.


However Austria were in superb form in the first half and strung together long periods of possession. They eventually found a way past the well-marshalled Irish defence in the 25th minute when Bernhard Fila cut the ball back and Sinan Yilmaz fired home superbly on the turn.

Ireland had to weather the storm but they were better after the break and levelled in the 61st minute when Nottingham Forest striker McDonagh exploited a gap in the Austrian defence and fired home emphatically from the edge of the box.

Steven Kinsella then produced a dangerous delivery in the 74th minute that Austrian defender Stefan Posch swiped at and was lucky to see the ball deflected onto his own crossbar before bouncing over.

David Gugganig was then penalised for a foul on Conor Masterson in the Austrian penalty area in the 81st minute and captain Georgie Poynton stepped up to fire home from the spot.

Defender Benjamin Kaufmann had a chance to level in the 86th minute with an excellent low shot from distance but it was well saved by Irish keeper Evan Moran.

IRELAND: Evan Moran, Robin Walsh, Anto Breslin, Danny Kane, Robert McCourt, Kyron Farrell, Shane Elworthy, Georgie Poynton, Jerry McDonagh, Tom Holland, Steven Kinsella. Subs: Anto Dolan for Farrell 59 mins, Adam McDonnell for Holland 59, Khius Metz for McDonagh 75, Conor Masterson for Kinsella 80, Stephen Best for McCourt 90.

AUSTRIA: Paul Gartler, Stefan Posch, Marco Krainz, Benjamin Kaufmann, Albin Gashi, Simon Pirkl, Sinan Yilmaz, Bernhard Fila, Dominik Prokop, Fabian Gmeiner, David Gugganig. Subs: Philipp Seidl for Fila 46, Rami Tekir for Prokop 46, Christopher Cvetko for Krainz 49, Konrad Laimer for Pirkl 49, Marco Hodl for Yilmaz 53, Patrick Hasenhutttl for Gmeiner 53.

REFEREE: Simon Rogers (Irl).

Pic: A. Baldiemann.


UNDER-16s: St Ita’s 4 Bohemians 0. UNDER-19s: Bohemians 1 Bangor Celtic 1.

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