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BATTLE OF THE SAINTS!

Battle of Saints won by Galway side as Second Half Spot kick see St. Cuan’s Triumph over St. Joes in evenly fought encounter in glorious Colemanstown Sunshine St. Cuan’s…………….2   St. Joseph’s ………………0 St. Joseph’s took the long and winding road to Colemanstown, just outside Monivea, on Thursday for their first u17 fixture of the season… Read more »

A Good Start for Youngsters

A Good Start for Youngsters

U15 Soccer A Good Start for Youngsters   St. Joseph’s Charlestown……………5       Roscommon C.C………………….2   There is an old Irish proverb that goes something like this: tús maith, leath na h oibre and so it was for the St. Joseph’s u15 team as “a good start is definitely half the work” and to have it delivered… Read more »

St. Joseph’s Succumb to Ballymote in Goalfest

St. Joseph’s Succumb to Ballymote in Goalfest

St. Joseph’s Charlestown……….3   Ballymote…………………..9 St. Joseph’s were back on their travels again on Monday last where they encountered a Ballymote team propelled by a Sligo Rovers magician in a thoroughly entertaining goal fest in Castlebar.Credit to both teams for putting on such a great display, in weather conditions that were anything but conducive to good… Read more »

Terrible Conditions but a Wonderful Game!

Terrible Conditions but a Wonderful Game!

St.Joseph’s Com.Col……………7       Carrigallen……………………..5 This u.17 tie took place against the back drop of terrible weather which had, rain, hail, a gale and then some calm, not that the players of either Charlestown or Carrigallen took any notice of what was going on from a meteorology point of view. Great credit must go to both teams… Read more »

Back on Track with Captain Jack in victory over Carrigallen

Back on Track with Captain Jack in victory over Carrigallen

St.Joseph’s Com.Col…………………6 Carrigallen……………………….0 St.Joseph’s got back on track after their defeat to Glenamaddy last week with a convincing win over Carrigallen in u.15 soccer in Castlebar on Thursday last. The Charlestown boys were itching to get back on the field after their previous lacklustre performance against Glenamaddy and it was a case of whomever the… Read more »

Glens too good for Joes!

Glens too good for Joes!

St .Joseph’s Com. Col…….0      Glenamaddy Com. Col…………3   St Joseph’s opened their season with a game against Glenamaddy in Castlebar last week and came out second best against the Galway outfit. An early opportunity for the home side fashioned by Ruairí Cullen and Captain Jack Mahon was averted by the Glens and then the Galway… Read more »

CHARLESTOWN’S CHRISTMAS CRACKER POPPED BY BALLINODE in BRILLIANT U17 CONTEST at I.T. SLIGO

CHARLESTOWN’S CHRISTMAS CRACKER POPPED BY BALLINODE in BRILLIANT U17 CONTEST at I.T. SLIGO

Ballinode………….5     St.Joseph’s …………………..4 This was an absolute cracker of an u17 game played in I.T.Sligo on Monday. Credit must go to both teams who put on a wonderful spectacle on a chilly winters morning under the nose of scenic Benbulben.It could be billed as a ‘goal of the season contest also’, such was the  breath… Read more »

A Win for Elphin see St.Joseph’s bow out of Senior Competition

A Win for Elphin see St.Joseph’s bow out of Senior Competition

St.Joseph’s C.C………………………………..1 Elphin…………………………………………..2 St.Joseph’s senior soccer team bowed out of this season’s competition by virtue of losing 1-2 to a decent Elphin side at Bellaghy on Wednesday. Due to the busy schedule of the week with a soccer game and East Mayo GAA trials the previous 24 hours, injuries and ‘flu it was a case… Read more »

Chomh glic le sionnach……..as Foxford scrape win with last minute super-goal

Chomh glic le sionnach……..as Foxford scrape win with last minute super-goal

Foxford……………….3     Charlestown……………….2 It was a game that St.Joseph’s should have got something out of. The Foxford manager said that the win by his team was daylight robbery and indeed all present would have to agree with him. A ‘flu epidemic robbed St.Joseph’s of stalwarts such as Matty Lenehan and Conor O’Toole,coupled with the non availability… Read more »