Soccer

Successful Day for Desmond College’s u19 Soccer Team: October 2016

Desmond College drew 2-2 at full time and came out 4-2 winners after penalties
in an U19 soccer match against Halewood College on Friday last.
7th Oct 2016: Desmond College U19 soccer team drew 2-2 and came out 4-2 winners

 

Best Wishes to Killian Brouder: April 2016

Killian will once again tog out for the Ireland Schools U18s Soccer team.

They face Scotland this Thursday evening (14th April) in Killarney with a 7pm kick off.

Killian has played every minute of the two previous games v Northern Ireland and England where they drew both. Best wished from all in Desmond College.

 

Republic of Ireland Draw Derby Opener: March 2016

Match report from Irish schools v northern Irish schools matches, where we were represented by leaving cert student Killian Brouder.

“The Republic of Ireland had to settle for a point after their opening fixture in defence of the Inspiresport Centenary Shield against Northern Ireland finished in a scoreless draw at Arklow Town FC yesterday afternoon.
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However the home side helped by some solid defending from local lad Liam Scales, Killian Brouder and Darragh Gibbons managed to cut out any further threats.”

Read Full Article on donegalnow.com

 

Killian Brouder named on Republic of Ireland Schools’ Squad: March 2016

March 2016: Killian Brouder, leaving cert student in Desmond College has recently been named on the Irish Schools Soccer Squad

Killian Brouder, Desmond College, has been named on the Republic of Ireland Schools’ squad for the St Patrick’s Day 2016 derby game against Northern Ireland Schools.

Arklow Town FC is playing host to its first Schools International with neighbours Northern Ireland on St. Patrick’s Day 2016, with kick-off set for 1pm.

The annual event is always an exciting affair for both sides.

Their second game will be away to 2014 Champions, England, in The New Saints FC, Oswestry while their penultimate game is at home in Killarney Celtic on April 14, 2016 against the Scots.

The Republic of Ireland will be hoping to wrap up proceedings away to Wales on April 28, 2016.

 

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