Moate All Whites club notes

April 08, 2019

Match Reports

Moate All Whites U16 travelled to Rochfortbridge on Monday evening last to take on the home side in the latest round of the U16 Division 1 league.

Played in good conditions both teams served up an entertaining hour's football.

The home side started brightly scoring a couple of points and raced into an early lead. Despite this the Moate lads soon got into their stride getting the scoreboard moving. As the first half drew to a close a Moate goal left the visitors with a comfortable lead at half time.

The second was low scoring with 20minutes having elapsed before the first point was recorded.  Moate scored a couple of late goals to run out comfortable winners in the end.

 As in previous match's the Moate lads gave their all both in defence and attack.  


Moate All Whites 3:12 - Rochfortbridge 0:7.


U16 Squad.

Sean Furey, Jayson Delaney, James O Brien, Levis Thomas, Daragh Lowry, Eoin Bracken, Michael Henry, Harry Niall, Luke Whitney, Evan Kelly, Eoghan Curran, James Costello,

Ronan Murray, Sam Fanin, Michael Murray, Ben O Connell, Aodhan Curran, Dean Broderick, Stephen Madden, Tom Gorman, Tobby Conteh, Dean O Neill, Michael O, Alex Kaminskis.



Under 12s match report


Our under 12s got their season off to a great winning start with a win against a very strong lilliput gaels combination team on Tuesday evening on our new conditions were bad but this did not affect the quality of football from both score moate all whites 3-8 lilliput gaels 2-3. Training continues Tuesday's and Thursday's 7 -8 school fixture  Wednesday 17th away v millmore [email protected]



A fantastic start to the season for the U8 & U10s as Hogan Park hosted a blitz on Saturday. Tubberclair came to visit and two very competitive matches were played. Next blitz is on April 27th. Thank you to the parents and supporters for providing refreshments and help on the day.


Training for U10 new pitch Tuesday



Moate v Millmore Gaels U14


Moate travelled to Ballymore on Thursday evening for round 3 of our Division 1 league campaign.Again the weather played it's part with a very blustery wind which Moate failed to take advantage of in the first half going in 1-5 to 1-4 down at the break. Millmore did take full advantage of the strong breeze in the second half and increased their lead after a great start. Moate were always playing catch up at this stage but continued to try hard until the end but Millmore proved to strong going on to win the game comfortably.




The lads kicked off the year with a hard fought win over the neighbours who made sure the

result was in doubt up to the final whistle.Weather conditions played their part in keeping

Cill Oige scoreless in the first half together with terrific defending particularly from Troy

Bradley, Oisin Johnston and David Grenham.Our first half goal came from the industrious

Phillip King and we led 1-4 to no score at the break.A sweeping move at the start of the

second half started and finished by Garbhan Cunningham gave us the platform we needed

as we were soon reduced to 14 men following a red card.In fairness there followed a serious

rearguard action from the lads in which they showed a great appetite for work all over the

field and held on for the win.Panel;Owen Higgins,Jordan Simpson,Troy Bradley,Oisin

Johnston,Conor Bracken,David Grenham,Luke Whitney,Fiachra Cunningham,Luke

Gavin,Harry Niall,Garbhan Cunningham,Reece Jones,Dylan Nulty,Paul Heffernan,Phillip

King,Eoghan Bracken.



MAW 2-18 Mullingar Shamrocks 1-9

The basis for this win was a strong first half performance where we played some decent

stuff despite the inclement weather.Goals from Robbie Forde and john Corbally were the

minimum we deserved for the fast flowing football we were playing and where Billy Berry

was creating havoc and we went in 2-11 to 1-4 up at the break.The 2 nd half was a mundane

affair and we saw the game out comfortably enough.Sean Bracken was rock solid at the

back and was well supported by Ruairi Cunningham and Robbie Forde in the middle and

Paul Sheridan and John Corbally up front.Panel;Darren McCardle,Sean Bracken,Andrew

Gorman,David Mullins,Gavin Murray,Paul Gorman,Ronan Conway,Ruairi

Cunningham,Robbie Forde,Conor Sheridan,Cian Bradley,Paul Sheridan,John Corbally,Billy

Berry,Gareth Murray,James Bracken,Callum Jones,Alex Ryan,Conor Claffey,Nicky

Hamm,Cathal O Brien,Darren Claffey,Gary Hurley,



CAULRY 3-11 MAW 0-6

Resources were stretched for this fixture and with an average age of just over 20 on duty

this was just too much of an ask.That said we had plenty of chances and our finishing and

final ball once again let us down when in good positions.Our opposition were far more

clinical and hopefully our lads can learn from this.Nevertheless plenty to be encouraged

about going forward.Panel;Owen Higgins,Gary Hurley,Andrew Gorman,Nicky Hamm,Callum

Jones,Conor Claffey,Garbhan Cunningham,Paul Gorman,Jake Fannin,John Eagney,David

Mullins,Fiachra Cunningham,Darren Claffey,James Bracken,Cathal O Brien,Sean

Bracken,Dwayne Farrell,Richie Price,Damian Byrne.

We would like to compliment Caulry on their new pitch and their upgraded facilities which

were looking great.



Minor league game away to Garrycastle Tuesday the 9th at 7:15p.m.

ACFL division 3 match vs Killucan in Hogan Saturday the 13th at 6:30p.m.

ACFL division 4 game vs St Paula in Hogan Sunday the 14th at 11:30a.m.

U16 division 1 league game vs Killucan at home Monday the 15th at 6:30p.m.

U12 league game vs Millmore in Baltimore Wednesday the 17th at 6:30p.m.



Membership is due for all age groups as the football season begins to take off again. You can simply renew or join using our Facebook page online.All players must be registered before playing so please register as soon as possible.


Online Store

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Moate Community School Ladies

Congratulations to Moate Community School ladies under16 team on beating Coláiste Oiriall in the Lidl All Ireland post primary schools Junior B final. Huge achievement.


Westmeath Senior Footballers

Congratulations to Westmeath senior footballers on winning the division 3 league title against Laois. 

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