Archived Club News
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 3, 8, 10 and 23. Jackpot of €1300 wasn't won, it will be €1400 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 3, 5, 14 and 18. Jackpot of €1200 wasn't won, it will be €1300 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 1, 4, 18 and 31. Jackpot of €1100 wasn't won, it will be €1200 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 8, 10, 18 and 19. Jackpot of €1000 wasn't won, it will be €1100 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 6, 10, 17 and 26. Jackpot of €900 wasn't won, it will be €1000 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 1, 7, 21 and 36. Jackpot of €800 wasn't won, it will be €900 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
New Club Shop page added, just click on the link to go to the new page and view all club kit available.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 4, 5, 22 and 33. Jackpot of €700 wasn't won, it will be €800 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 2, 10, 11 and 24. Jackpot of €600 wasn't won, it will be €700 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 5, 14, 20 and 28. Jackpot of €500 wasn't won, it will be €600 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 6, 13, 27 and 31. Jackpot of €400 wasn't won, it will be €500 next week. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 5, 16, 19 and 26. Jackpot of €300 wasn't won. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto results are in. Numbers were 11, 17, 18 and 23. Jackpot of €200 wasn't won. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
Updated Manager's List added, please go to our Teams page.
First Lotto results of the new season are in. Numbers were 6, 15, 22 and 32. Jackpot of €100 wasn't won. For full results please go to our Club Lotto page.
St Francis FC claim first trophies of the season!!!
What a way to kick off the season, our Under 10A team won the prestigious Kells/Blackwater tournament remaining unbeaten all the way through. Well done to Mark, Liam, Gavin and all the lads, this team is one of our biggest hopes for the season and what a great way to start, well done again.
And that's not it.....in what we hope is going to be a great team our Under 7A team won the Corduff tournament beating St Kevins in the final. Huge congratulations must go to Bernard, Ray and the lads and hopefully this is a sign of things to come from this team, well done again.
To see a pic of both teams please go to our News page.
*ST FRANCIS SENIORS AWARDS NIGHT*
Date: Friday 27th August
Location: Morans Red Cow Hotel
Contact: Joe Dunne-0851699521 or any member of Senior management/Commitee
Entertainment: Band and DJ.
There will be presentations to both the successful senior men and womens teams on the night.
Looking forward to seeing everybody there.
Seniors Pre Season Training
After a fantastic season last season St Francis fc Seniors are back for pre-season training on Tues 13th July in Baldonnel at 7.00 sharp.
New players welcome.
Summer Soccer Camp
St Francis will be holding their annual summer soccer camp from 9-14 of August. For full details please go to our Upcoming Events page.
St Francis FC Seniors win the double!!!!!
Congratulations to John Reid and all the lads on a magnificent season, the lads won their league and also the Polikoff cup.
Intermediate football now on the way to Baldonnel as the lads are back in the big time.
St Francis FC Seniors have reached the Polikoff Cup final. This takes place this Saturday 29th May in Jackson Park, Kilternan. 4.00pm kick off.
There will be a bus from the Laurels, Clondalkin leaving at 3.00pm for anyone interested in attending.
The charge is €5 Return.
Anyone interesed in going on the bus please contact Brendan on 0876345285
St Francis Ladies are looking for sponsors for their historic trip to participate in the UEFA Champions League.
This is a fantastic achievement for this highly talented group who are current FAI Champions. If you think you know someone wiling to sponsor the team please print off the sponsor document held at the bottom of this page and show it to them. The document outlines the costs involved.
As a club we've got to get behind the girls so please do all you can to help.
St Francis FC Trials for Under 7, 8, 9 and 10 details are now available. Please go to our Upcoming Events page for full details.
Lotto wasn't won, will be €1000 next week. Numbers were 10, 12 and 21. For full results go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto wasn't won, will be €900 next week. Numbers were 7, 13 and 25. For full results go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto wasn't won, will be €800 next week. Numbers were 6, 10 and 30. For full results go to our Club Lotto page.
DDSL Small Sided Game League Winners!!
Congratulations to the Sun U 10A1 team and the Sat U9E team on winning their leagues!!
Well done to Mick O' Reilly and all the lads on the Under 10A1 team and Darren Tynan and all the lads on the U9E team.
Darren's team were unbeaten in their league all season, a fantastic achievement!!
Lotto wasn't won, will be €700 next week. Numbers were 24, 29 and 32. For full results go to our Club Lotto page.
Upcoming Youth Cert Coaching Course
There is a Youth Cert on the 7th, 8th and 9th May in Rathnew AFC. Part two is on 25th, 26th and 27th June. If you would be interested in doing this course please contact Paul Sheridan at PSheridan@fai.ie
Lotto wasn't won, will be €600 next week. Numbers were 12, 17 and 28. For full results go to our Club Lotto page.
St Francis U10A1 v Naas U11 play in Richmond Park during half-time of St Pats match.
In the words of coach Mark O'Connell,
"I am writing to tell of the Friendly game between St.Francis U`10 and Nass U`11 on 13th April 2010 for our website, The team were guests of St.Pats and also put on the half time entertainment game on the field in a 11-v-11 on Richmond park.
It was a fantastic experience to play on the pitch of the famous Pats in front of the home crowed but also a fun team get together for all the players and family.
The lads done them selves proud with a 4-1 win against a older age group, I have attached the photographers web link so the players can see the photos for themselves. The goal scorers were Dean Dillon(3 goals) & Josh Hogan(1 goal)".
Well done to Mick, Mark and all the lads, you've done your club and yourselves proud!!
St Francis FC Easter Soccer Camp a huge success.
There was a fantastic attendance at our Easter camp, over 70 boys and girls had a brilliant week (despite the weather!) and a fun time was had by all. Well done to Tommy and the lads for entertaining, sorry, coaching the kids for the week. Keep an eye out for our Summer camp details in the next couple of months, this promises to be our biggest and best yet.
To see pictures from the camp please open the attachment at the bottom of the page.
Lotto wasn't won, will be €500 next week. Numbers were 19, 29 and 34. For full results go to our Club Lotto page.
Lotto was won - €800 goes to H.Creamer, well done!! Numbers were 18, 19 and 25. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto wasn't won - €800 next week. Numbers were 12, 21 and 35. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Managing Challenging Behaviour - See below message from South Dublin Sports Partnership
I had a request last year re coach training in how to deal with challenging behaviour. Below is the outline of a course given by Barnardos. We are provisionally looking at holding it on a Monday evening (3 hours) in April or May. Can you let me know if of interest to your respective clubs, or they can contact us directly. Cost €15 p.p.
Challenging Behaviour for volunteer coaches
What is challenging behaviour – who says it is?
Looking at limits and boundaries
Looking at adults attitudes
How to support positive participation in sports
Importance of partnership with parents in solving discipline issues
Thanks & Regards,
Thos Mc Dermott
South Dublin County Sports Partnership
Comhpháirtiocht Spóirt Átha Cliath Theas
C/o County Hall, Tallaght, Dublin 24
T 01 414 9000 |Ext: 3361 | Fax 01 414 9306
M 086 0441071
Defibrillator Training - See message below from South Dublin Sports Parnership
Kindly note we are providing certified Defibrillation Training for the South Dublin County area, can you pass onto anyone who you fill would be interested?
Date: Tuesday 6th April 2010
Time: 6 – 10 pm
Venue: Ballyroan Community & Youth Centre, Marian Road, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14
Places are limited to 12 maximum so early booking is advisable. Please contact Audrey Grainger at firstname.lastname@example.org or 085 850 3813
South Dublin County Sports Partnership
Comhpháirtiocht Spóirt Átha Cliath Theas
C/o County Hall, Tallaght, Dublin 24
T 01 414 9000 |Ext: 2678 |Fax 01 414 9306
M 086 850 3813
St Francis FC wins Intercultural Award.
Paul and Tommy receive the award from Minister John Curran.
The Minister for Integration, John Curran, TD visited FAI Headquarters recently to present seven clubs for excelling in the Intercultural Football Standards Grassroots pilot.
The grassroots pilot was designed as a quality mark scheme that encourages partnerships between local clubs and ethnic minority communities. The main aim is to promote greater connectivity between grassroots football and diverse local communities and to set out a pathways into football for those interested in playing or just volunteering.
The pilot, which was rolled out in 14 clubs and community projects throughout Ireland, builds on the many partnerships with both statutory and voluntary groups in the community who have an interest in promoting participation in sports among people from new and diverse ethnic communities.
The presentation was made to Willow Park F.C Athlone , Corrib Rangers Galway City, Coole Park F.C. Gort Co Galway, St Francis F.C. Dublin, Mulhuddart Community Football Club, Errigal College and Bonegee United Letterkenny and New Ross Celtic and RAPID Wexford.
The clubs worked in partnership with Community groups in their area to deliver activities that encouraged participation on a variety of levels including volunteering, coaching and playing. All clubs supported the delivery of after-school club drop in sessions for girls and boys as well as a fun football Open Day at their clubs. Adult volunteers where encouraged and supported by clubs/project such as Corrib Rangers who provided mentoring for volunteers interested in helping out at the club.
Minister Curran said, "Sport is an important vehicle for the promotion of integration of newcomers in Irish society. The immigration which has taken place especially since 2004 has changed our society very significantly and the economic downturn will not reverse this change. Therefore, it is important that the work of integration continues. I would like to congratulate the clubs and groups receiving awards here today and to compliment them and all the participants in the Scheme."
FAI Intercultural Co-ordinator Des Tomlinson said, "The Grassroots Intercultural Football Standards Pilot (GIFS) Scheme builds on the good practice and openness displayed by many clubs throughout Ireland. As part of the GIFs scheme selected clubs worked with schools, communities and FAI development officers to roll out football programmes for children and adults. Each club was chosen to be part of the GIFS based on having a community as well as competitive ethos to its work."
He added, "Community partners provided the much needed assistance to clubs in identifying and engaging with individuals and groups from migrant or ethnic minority backgrounds. Reflecting on the examples of good practice it is heartening to see the many examples of how football and football clubs are contributing towards the process of integration and building the citizens and stars of tomorrow."
Well done to all concerned!!
Lotto wasn't won. €600 next week. Numbers were 1, 19 and 26. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
St Francis FC Easter Soccer & Goalkeepng Camp.
For Boys & Girls ages 6 - 12.
29-March to 02-April in John Hyland Park. For full details please go to our Upcoming Events page.
Lotto wasn't won. €400 next week. Numbers were 22, 23 and 35. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto Jackpot of €800 won!!. Congratulations to Verona Quinn. Numbers were 13, 18 and 36. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto wasn't won. €800 next week. Numbers were 2, 7 and 35. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto wasn't won. €700 next week. Numbers were 5, 7 and 19. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto wasn't won. €600 next week. Numbers were 28, 29 and 35. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
St Francis Ladies win The Echo 'Team of the Year'. Yet another prestigious honour for Paddy and the ladies! Please see the article below from The Echo and also some pics from the awards night at the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel.
THE Echo Amateur Sports Awards, in conjunction with the South Dublin County Sports Partnership and The Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, marked another first for St Francis Senior Ladies soccer team.
Having become the first non-top flight side to capture the WFAI Cup last year, they later became the first DWSL outfit to make it a treble of WFAI and Premier League Cup as as well as Premier Division honours.
And last week in the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, the Baldonnell side became the first winners of The Echo Team of the Year title.
It served to cap a super season for the team which won everything before it on the domestic front and even got a taste of top European soccer- something they will sample yet again in 2010.
Manager Pat Heffernan was thrilled to see his girls lift the overall prize and believes this signaled something special for women's soccer in general.
“For a women's team to make the breakthrough at that level was very significant” he told The Echo.
“I always felt that because we had won a national title we were in with a chance and to actually win the title was really the icing on a great year for us.
“The sheer magnitude of the night was amazing and our chairman, staff and all the players were over the moon at picking up the Team of the Year award” he added.
Francis made it back-to-back WFAI Cup honours when they successfully defended the prize, edging out St Catherine’s in the decider, compliments of a Sharon Cullen goal.
It was against the same opposition that they bagged the Premier League Cup prize, this time after a convincing 3-0 victory.
And when they saw off the challenge of Templeogue to tear out of the reach of Peamount United and Raheny in the race for the DWSL Premier Division crown, a superb treble had been completed.
On the European front, a few hard lessons were learnt as Francis went down to top-calibre sides from Russia, Israel and group hosts Cyprus, although the sheer scorching heat certainly did nothing for their cause on that occasion.
The saints will be back to give it another shot next year and, given the right conditions, could well turn a few heads and fulfill the dream of bring women's Champions League soccer to the Irish Capital.
“I feel we are changing the face of women's soccer in Ireland” insisted Heffernan.
“More and more kids are coming out to watch the girls play and that's because we play a very attractive style of football.
“The likes of Mary Waldron and Sharon Cullen are names that are now, not just well know in soccer circles, but outside that sphere also.
“Our target for next year is to make it three WFAI Cup titles in a row and ultimately to bring European women's soccer to South Dublin for the very first time” he added.
They will be launching their bid for such in June, but before, they will begin another bid for a domestic clean sweep in April.
What's more the club will also have plenty of interest in the resumption of the Republic of Ireland's European campaigns at Under 17 and Under 19 degree.
Megan Campbell and Niamh Nolan may figure for the latter while 14-year-olds Shauna Newman and Nicole Cranny have been call-ed up to the Under 17s.
Lotto wasn't won. €500 on Jan 10th. Numbers were 25, 27 and 36. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
The annual St Francis FC 'Night at the Dogs' was held last Friday in Harolds Cross stadium. A fantastic night was had by all with our pitch development fund being the biggest winner!
The Super Draw results are now available, the big winner was Christy Garret who won €5000 with ticket number 1628, all the winners and numbers are held on the Club Lotto page
Lotto was won. The lucky winner of €1000 is Aobhainn Brady. The winning numbers were 8, 19 and 23. Well done Aobhainn, just in time for Xmas!!
Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto wasn't won. €1000 next week. Numbers were 9, 19 and 25. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto wasn't won. €900 next week. Numbers were 21, 32 and 33. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto wasn't won. €800 next week. Numbers were 14, 26 and 30. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto wasn't won. €700 next week. Numbers were 5, 26 and 36. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto wasn't won. €600 next week. Numbers were 13,16 and 24. Go to the Club Lotto page for full results.
Lotto of €400 wasn't won. Go to the Club Lotto page for results.
Lotto of €300 wasn't won. Go to the Club Lotto page for results.
St Francis FC AGM Details.
Wed 7-October @ 7.30
Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Naas Road.
Lotto Jackpot of €500 won!!! Go to the Club Lotto page for results.
Lotto of €400 wasn't won. Go to the Club Lotto page for results.
Upcoming Coaching courses.
Kick Start 1 - Ideal for beginners/parents interested in coaching kids age 5-9
There will be a Kick Start 1 Coaching Course on in the Clondalkin Leisure Centre on the 3rd October from 930am till 5pm. Anybody interested please get in touch with Barry Ferguson from the FAI as soon as possible to reserve a place, see contact details below.
Kick Start 2 - Usually helps with coaching kids age 9-11
There is a Kick Start 2 coaching course on in Jobstown (Tallaght) all weather facility starting on 23 October (Friday, 630pm/930pm), 24 October (Saturday, 930am/ 5pm) and 25 October (Sunday, 930am/ 5pm). The price is E75. You must have compleated a Kick Start 1 to apply for this course. Places are limited so if you like a place on the course please get in touch with Barry Ferguson as soon as possible, see contact details below.
Youth Cert - Ideal for coaching kids age 11-14
There is a Youth Cert coaching course starting in Peamount FC.
The dates are as follows
2nd October 630pm till 10pm
3rd October 930am till 530pm
4th October 930am till 530pm
30th October 630pm till 10pm
31st October 930am till 530pm
1st November 930am till 530pm
28th November Assessment Day
If you are interested please get in touch to reserve a place. Please cc Gerard Glynn (email@example.com) who is running the course and taking all the names for the course.
Community Development Officer
Football Association Of Ireland
E- Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lotto of €300 wasn't won. Go to the Club Lotto page for results.
Brendan Oliver Manager 8C1 - Letter from one of the parents at Lucan Utd.
Bren is not one to look for attention but he's no choice in this one, we have received a letter from Lucan Utd and well, just read the letter below, it speaks for itself. I'm sure all of us who know Bren will agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment for a real coach of the game.
Dear Sir or Madam,
I just thought I'd drop you a line to congratulate your organisation
on its setup and particularly your under-8 team and management. My son
plays for Lucan united under 8's and St. Francis were the visitors
last Sunday morning (6th of September). I have to say the attitude of
the St.Francis management and parents was first class and thoroughly
refreshing. From other matches I'd attended, I was beginning to think
that our team (Lucan) was one of the only teams who try to encourage
the children rather then shout at them and constantly criticize them
over what they can't do. However, I'm glad to say that St. Francis
were equal to us in this area.
The St.Francis manager, from the first moment to the last, gave clear,
concise and simple instructions to the kids and congratulated them on
everything they did and he was ably supported in this by his
assistants. In fact I don't think I heard one word of criticism from
him throughout the game. His only concern was for the well-being of
the kids and at half time I heard him checking with the kids to make
sure they were breathing okay and weren't out of breath.
Anyway,the bottom line is that I was very impressed by an attitude
which unfortunately I have found to be the exception rather then the
rule. I hope you will pass on my admiration to all concerned.
The Club Lotto of €800 was won. Go to our Club Lotto page for full details.
The Manager List has been added in theTeams page.
Lotto wasn't won, will be €500 next week! Go to our Club Lotto page for results.
St Francis FC Ladies complete group stage in UEFA Champions League but fail to progress. The ladies played 3 games but didn't manage to get through, this was still a wonderful experience and achievement for all involved and the team did their club and country proud.
Well done to Paddy and all the squad.
Lotto wasn't won, will be €400 next week! Go to our Club Lotto page for results.
Lotto Jackpot of €2100 was won!! Go to our Club Lotto page for results.
They done it again!!!!!!!!
Well done to the St Francis FC Ladies on retaining the FAI Cup.
Here is the Match Report from the FAI.
St Francis FC Ladies in FAI Cup Final this Saturday in Richmond Park at 7 p.m.
Lotto wasn't won, will be €2100 next week! Go to our Club Lotto page for results.
St Francis FC Ladies are in the spotlight, again!!
Yes our Ladies are challenging for top honours yet again as they try to defend the FAI Cup in the final to be held at Richmond Park, Inchicore on Sat 25-July at 7 p.m. This year sees St Francis up against local rivals from the liberties, St. Catherines, in what is sure to be a keenly contested game.
Please show your support for your club by turning up on the night to support the ladies.
Lotto wasn't won, will be €2000 next week! Go to our Club Lotto page for results.
Lotto wasn't won, will be €1900 next week! Go to our Club Lotto page for results.
St Francis Ladies on RTE, just in case you missed it, the team everyone is talking about were on the telly!! Click HERE to view the program.
This weeks lotto of 1700 was not won, it will be €1800 next week, please go to our Club Lotto page for the results.
UEFA Champions League Update.
The biggest achievement by any St Francis team is about to happen this summer. St Francis FC Ladies team will be playing in the UEFA Champions league from 30-July to 4-Aug. The draw for the group stage has been made and St Francis have been drawn in group A6.
St Francis qualified for the Champions League, 1st phase after defeating local rivals, Peamount 2-1 in the 2008 FAI Umbro Women’s Cup and they continued their incredible unbeaten run in the national cup and will now contest the 2009 final before they fly out to Cyprus to take part in the UEFA Champions League.
The mini-tournament winners will progress to join the 25 other entrants, including current champions, FCR 2001 Duisburg, in the knockout phase of the competition.
Team manager manager, Paddy Heffernan expressed his delight at the draw made by UEFA President, Michel Platini, “This is a very exciting time for everybody involved in the club and the local community. I believe that this team are well capable of competing at the very highest level and we will give it our all to become the very first Irish side to advance to the second round of the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Preparation for this tournament has been on-going since our FAI Cup final victory against Peamount last November and the girls have been working hard in the gym and on the field ever since.”
“The Russian side will obviously be our main threat if we are to progress from this group and after speaking to some of our international players who have played against Russian opposition, it is obvious that we are in for a tough physical battle against the Russians. I am incredibly happy with the draw as we have avoided, in my opinion, the strongest teams such as Brondby and Bayern Munich. We are in a very strong position to challenge in this group and our warm-up to the Champions League is the FAI Umbro Women’s Cup final against either St. Catherine’s or the Cork women’s League. It takes a good team to make it to a national final but I believe it takes a special one to contest two major finals in a row,” he added.
WFC Rossiyanka (RUS)
Maccabi Holon FC (ISR)
St Francis FC (IRL)
Apollon Limassol (CYP)
The whole club and indeed the country needs to get behind the team and give them all the support they deserve in what is an historic achievement.
Come on the girls!!
Under 17 Premier football coming to Baldonnel.
Our Under 16 Major team won a nailbiting play-off against Shamrock Rovers in a fantastic atmosphere at Baldonnel to achieve their dream and get promoted to Under 17 Premier. Congratualtions to Liam, Stephen and all the lads, well done!!
U14 Prem player Sean Long won the Kennedy Cup in Limerick v NDSL last Fri. He had a few other players from the DDSL to help him out. On Sunday at the Family Day he recieved his Kennedy Cup Medal and will in a week our two get his DDSL Cap to go along with his Cashin cup medal and Cap. An incredible achievement ! Well done Sean.
1990 FAI Cup Semi Final Sky News report!!!!!!
Heres the match report on the historic St Francis v Bohemians game. Relive the occasion by viewing the report below. For newer St Francis members this is a chance to see one of the most famous amateur sides in the history of Irish soccer.
Click HERE to see the report.
Lotto wasn't won, rollover jackpot now up to €1600!!
Lotto wasn't won, rollover jackpot now up to €1500!!
Summer Soccer Camp Details and Registration now available, please go to our Upcoming Events page for full details.
Lotto wasn't won, rollover jackpot now up to €1400!!
U14 Premier player Sean Long in DDSL Kennedy Cup squad.
Last weekend Sean was over at Blackburn Rovers with the DDSL Kennedy Cup team to train with the Blackburn Rovers Coaches and to play against their Academy Team in Ewood Park itself. Sean plays for the Under 14 Premier team although he is able to play a year younger! Sean is very talented and his commitment is second to none. Captain of the DDSL Cashin Cup winning team last year, and winner of the premier Under 12 league St Francis are very proud to have Sean with us and would like to highlight him as an example to all the younger players now coming through.
Well done Sean from all at the club.
Lotto wasn't won, rollover jackpot now up to €1300!!
Lotto wasn't won, rollover jackpot now up to €1200!!
St Francis FC Constitution & Code of Ethics
This is our club's most important document. It is a must read for all members, parents, supporters and players. Please go to our Code of Ethics page to read the full document.
Under 9B1 win the league!!
What a season this is turning out to be for our small sided teams, on Saturday our Under 9B1 team won their league, it went right to the wire but great congratulations must go to Mick and the lads for holding their nerve to get over the line. Well done to you all.
Under 9F1 finish runners-up.
A special mention goes out to Dave, Noel and our under 9F1 team who finished runners-up in their first full season together, well done to you all.
Lotto wasn't won, rollover jackpot now up to €1100!!
Lotto wasn't won, rollever jackpot now up to €1000!!
Yet more success for St Francis FC.
Our Under 15B team have won their league with games to spare!! What makes this achievement even more special is that they are unbeaten all season. Congratulations to Dave and all the lads on their success! Well Done!
Dates have been set for Schoolboy Trials, Family Day and Summer Soccer Camp.
Please go to our Upcoming Events page for all the details.
This weeks lotto of €800 was not won, it will be €900 next week.
St Francis FC Ladies Team - Even with success recognised these girls are not resting on their laurels as they prepare for Europe.
The Echo has published an article about how well this team have done in the last few years and talks about their involvement with European ties this summer. To see this article click HERE or open the attachment below.
Another week, another success story!!
Congratulations to Anto, Brendan and the lads of our DDSL Under 7B team who won their league on Saturday with a game to spare. In front of great support in Baldonnel this team beat their closest rivals to secure the title. All in all a fantastic achievement, well done lads!
This weeks lotto of €700 was not won, it will be €800 next week.
St Francis Easter Draw was won by Karl Donoghue, full results are located on our Club Lotto page. The club would like to thank everyone for their support this Easter.
As games are coming thick and fast at this stage of the season we still have plenty of teams in contention for honours, please show your support whenever you can by attending games at Baldonnel and cheering on our teams.
This weeks lotto of €600 was not won, it will be €700 next week.
This weeks lotto of €500 was not won, it will be €600 next week.
Congratulations to Mark and the lads of our Under 8A1 team who won their league with 2 games to spare. This team have played wonderfully throughout the season and are a credit to their manager and the club. Well done lads!!
A special mention goes out this week for Darragh Tynan who scored all 5 goals for our Under 8E1 Team in their 5-3 win against Dunboyne.
This season has seen one of our Under 14's, Darren O'Donoghue, receive International recognition at Under 15 level. Darren proudly put on the Ireland jersey and played magnificently in the recent Midlands International Tournament.
Darren has again made the Ireland squad for the upcoming game against Holland. All at St Francis wish Darren all the best for the game.
To see Darren in action for Ireland go to the Under 14 Premier Team page.
This weeks lotto of €400 was not won, it will be €500 next week.
09-Mar-2009 - New Website
This is the new St Francis FC website, officially 'site under contruction'.