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Kilkenny announced as 2012 Cadbury Hero of the Future
23 May 2012
Dublin footballer Ciarán Kilkenny has been named as the 2012 Cadbury Hero of the Future at an announcement in Croke Park.
 
All-Ireland U21 FC final: Dubs dig deep to repel Rossies
06 May 2012
Dublin finished strongly at Tullamore to beat Roscommon by 2-12 to 0-11 in the Cadbury All-Ireland U21FC final.
 
All-Ireland U21FC semi-final: Rossies edge out Cavan
21 April 2012
Roscommon claimed a 2-7 to 2-2 victory over Cavan in a low-scoring Cadbury All-Ireland U21FC semi-final affair at Longford.
 
All-Ireland U21 FC semi-final: Dubs march on
21 April 2012
Dublin are through to the Cadbury All-Ireland U21FC final after beating Cork by 3-11 to 0-14 in Portlaoise.
 
Munster U21FC final: Rebels prevail after extra-time
12 April 2012
Cork retained their Cadbury Munster U21FC crown following an extra-time thriller against old rivals Kerry at Tralee's Austin Stack Park last night.
 
Ulster U21FC final: Cavan retain crown
12 April 2012
Darragh Sexton's first-minute penalty proved decisive as Cavan put Cadbury Ulster U21FC titles back-to-back following a hard-earned victory over Tyrone at Brewster Park last night.
 
As it happened: Cadbury U21FC final action
11 April 2012
Live updates from the two Cadbury U21FC provincial finals in Ulster and Munster. Traditional rivals Cork and Kerry go head to head in Tralee at 7.30pm while the Ulster final in Brewster Park between holders Cavan and Tyrone gets underway at 8pm.
 
Connacht U21FC final: Rossies ease past Sligo
07 April 2012
Roscommon are Cadbury Connacht U21FC champions after beating Sligo by 1-13 to 0-8 at Dr Hyde Park this evening.
 
Ulster U21FC: Tyrone march past Down
05 April 2012
Tyrone eased to a 0-16 to 1-8 win over Down at Casement Park in this Cadbury Ulster U21FC semi-final.
 
Ulster U21FC: Breffni reach third successive final
05 April 2012
Holders Cavan beat Derry by 2-8 to 1-9 in last night's Cadbury Ulster U21FC semi-final at Enniskillen.
 
Leinster U21FC final: Louth no match for impressive Dubs
04 April 2012
Ciaran Kilkenny, an outstanding dual player at minor level for Dublin last year, scored a total of 1-7 to cap a brilliant performance in this Cadbury Leinster U21 FC decider.
 
Munster U21FC: Rebels stroll past Clare
29 March 2012
Holders Cork progressed to the Cadbury Munster U21FC final after easily disposing of Clare's challenge at Pairc Ui Rinn last night.
 
Munster U21FC: Cox leads Kingdom rout of Waterford
29 March 2012
Listowel's Conor Cox bagged 1-7 as Kerry set up a Cadbury Munster U21FC final showdown with Cork after the easiest of victories over Waterford in Tralee last night.
 
Connacht U21FC: Sligo advance over Leitrim
26 March 2012
Seven points from impressive full forward Niall Murphy ensured the Yeats County a place in the Cadbury Connacht U21FC decider.
 
Ulster U21FC: Tierney fires champions past Armagh
22 March 2012
Seven points from the magnificent Kevin Tierney ensured Cavan of a successful first defence of their Cadbury Ulster U21FC title at Armagh's expense in Kingspan/Breffni Park last night.
 
Ulster U21FC: 14-man Down too strong for Antrim
22 March 2012
Down had five points to spare over Antrim in last night's Cadbury Ulster U21FC quarter-final at Pairc Esler, despite playing the final quarter without star midfielder Conor Gough who was sent off for a second yellow card offence.
 
Leinster U21FC: Dubs run riot in second half
22 March 2012
A hugely impressive Dublin team put Westmeath to the sword with a devastating second half display in last night's Cadbury Leinster U21FC semi-final at O'Moore Park.
 
Ulster U21FC: McGuckian goals blow Monaghan away
22 March 2012
A bad week for Monaghan got a lot worse when they crashed to a heavy defeat to Derry in a one-sided Cadbury Ulster U21FC quarter-final at Celtic Park last night.
 
Ulster U21FC: McCurry inspires Tyrone
22 March 2012
Darren McCurry scored five points as Tyrone justified their favouritism with a double-scores victory over Donegal in last night's Cadbury Ulster U21FC quarter-final at Healy Park.
 
Leinster U21FC: Louth hold on to book final spot
22 March 2012
Louth football received a much-needed boost at Pairc Tailteann last night when the Wee County withstood a second half fightback from Offaly to reach the Cadbury Leinster U21FC final for the first time since 1996.
 
Connacht U21FC: Smith strikes to send Mayo packing
22 March 2012
Donal Smith's 54th minute goal proved decisive as Roscommon pulled off a shock victory over Mayo in last night's Cadbury Connacht U21FC semi-final at Kiltoom.
 
Leinster U21FC: Westmeath not tested in Carlow
08 March 2012
Westmeath produced a dominant second half performance to ease past Carlow's feeble challenge in last night's Cadbury Leinster U21FC quarter-final at the impressive IT Carlow grounds.
 
Leinster U21FC: Offaly hang on
08 March 2012
Offaly withstood a late onslaught from 14-man Kildare to book their place in the last four of the Cadbury Leinster U21FC at Gracefield last night.
 
Leinster U21FC: 14-man Louth prevail
08 March 2012
Louth send a much-fancied Longford crashing out of the Cadbury Leinster U21FC at Haggardstown last night, despite playing the entire second half with 14 men.
 
Leinster U21FC: Dubs run riot against Laois
08 March 2012
Dublin sent out a chilling warning to the remaining teams in the Cadbury Leinster U21FC when they trounced Laois by 23 points in a surprisingly one-sided quarter-final at Parnell Park last night.
 
Leinster U21FC: Foley inspires Carlow to local derby win
01 March 2012
Luke Dempsey will come face-to-face with his home county of Westmeath next Wednesday night after guiding Carlow to an impressive Cadbury Leinster U21FC first round victory over neighbours Wicklow in Baltinglass last night.
 
Leinster U21FC: Dubs hold off brave Wexford comeback
01 March 2012
Dublin were forced to pull out all the stops before seeing off a battling Wexford side in last night's Cadbury Leinster U21FC opener at Bellefield, Enniscorthy.
 
Leinster U21FC: Louth in 50-point canter
01 March 2012
Kilkenny football hit a new low in Ballyragget last night when they shipped a 50-point defeat from Louth in a farcical Cadbury Leinster U21FC opener.
 
Leinster U21FC: 14-man Offaly send Royals packing
01 March 2012
Offaly overcame the first half dismissal of corner forward Paul McPadden to knock Meath out of the Cadbury Leinster U21FC at Gracefield last night.
 
Cadbury renews U21FC sponsorship for another three years
22 February 2012
Kraft Foods today announced the renewal of the Cadbury sponsorship of the GAA U21 Football Championship for another three years.
 
 
 
Cadbury Hero of the Future Awards highlights programme
09 June 2011
TG4 and Cadbury have announced a special highlights programme which will air tomorrow (10 June) from the 2011 Cadbury GAA U21 Hero of the Future Awards which were held recently in Croke Park.
 
Flynn scoops Cadbury top U21 award
31 May 2011
Galway footballer Thomas Flynn has been named as the 2011 Cadbury Hero of the Future at an awards ceremony in the Player's Lounge in Croke Park.
 
Who will be the 2011 Cadbury Hero of the Future?
18 May 2011
The 'Cadbury Hero of the Future' award is part of Cadbury's continued sponsorship of the under 21 football championship, highlighting the achievements of individuals for outstanding teamwork, passion and performance on the field.
 
All-Ireland U21 FC final: Galway too strong for Cavan
01 May 2011
It was all too easy for Galway as they crushed Cavan by 2-16 to 1-9 in the Cadbury All-Ireland U21 FC decider at sunny Croke Park.
 
All-Ireland U21FC semi-final: Galway send favourites packing
17 April 2011
A late Michael Boyle goal helped Galway to a shock win over Cork in last night's Cadbury All-Ireland U21FC semi-final at Cusack Park, Ennis.
 
All-Ireland U21FC semi-final: Cavan safely through
17 April 2011
Cavan qualified for their first Cadbury All-Ireland U21FC final since 1996 and only their third in all following a strong finish to last night's semi-final against first-time Leinster champions Wexford at Parnell Park.
 
Ulster U21FC: Cavan see off Tyrone to claim title
13 April 2011
Cavan claimed a first Cadbury Ulster U21FC crown since 1996 with a much deserved final triumph over a hotly fancied Tyrone outfit in Brewster Park tonight.
 
Ulster U21FC: Tyrone time run to see off Monaghan
Tyrone seemed destined for yet another draw in the Cadbury Ulster U21FC but a late point from substitute John McCullagh finally shook off the attentions of Monaghan in this Brewster Park semi-final.
 
Leinster U21FC: Wexford win first title at Longford's expense
Killian Kehoe's early goal proved decisive as Wexford landed a first ever Cadbury Leinster U21FC title in Wednesday night's nail-biting final at Portlaoise.
 
Munster U21FC: Cork overwhelm Kerry
Cork put in a stunning performance in the Cadbury Munster U21FC final at Pairc Ui Rinn tonight as they thumped Kerry by 22 points.
 
Connacht U21FC final: Tribesmen power to title
03 April 2011
Galway claimed their 17th Cadbury Connacht Under 21 Football Championship title on Saturday with a dominant display over holders Roscommon at Pearse Stadium.
 
Cadbury U21 Championship to date...
29 March 2011
The last true knockout Championship in inter-county GAA, the U21 championship never ceases to serve up a feast of football with the odd dollop of the unexpected. As it does every year, this year's Cadbury U21 Football championship has caught the attention of GAA fans across the country.
 
U21FC: Wexford book final date
24 March 2011
Wexford saw off Carlow at O'Moore Park, Portlaoise on Wednesday night to book their place in the Cadbury Leinster U21 Football Championship final.
 
U21FC: Heslin sees red as Westmeath crash out
24 March 2011
John Heslin was sent off just 15 minutes after coming on as a substitute as favourites Westmeath crashed out of the Cadbury Leinster U21 Championship at the hands of a resilient Longford on Wednesday night.
 
U21FC: Ulster saga set for Act Three
24 March 2011
The U21 footballers of Tyrone and Down must meet for a third time this weekend after their Cadbury Ulster Football Championship quarter-final replay ended all square after extra-time on Wednesday night.
 
U21FC: Cavan too good for holders
24 March 2011
Cavan went some way towards atoning for last year's Cadbury Ulster U21FC final defeat with an emphatic semi-final victory over Donegal at Brewster Park, Enniskillen last night.
 
U21FC: Rebels all class
24 March 2011
Cork underlined their Cadbury All-Ireland U21 football championship credentials with a hugely impressive win over defending Munster champions Tipperary in Wednesday's semi-final at Pairc Ui Rinn.
 
U21FC: Kingdom put Treaty to the sword
24 March 2011
Paul Geaney bagged two goals as Kerry eased into the Cadbury Munster U21FC final at the expense of Limerick on Wednesday night.
 
U21FC: Derry spear Armagh hopes
10 March 2011
Fancied Armagh were dumped out of the Ulster U21FC at the first hurdle following a topsy-turvy game at Celtic Park on Wednesday evening.
 
U21FC: Treaty deny Clare in cracker
10 March 2011
Limerick advanced in the Munster U21 FC on Wednesday night after a dramatic encounter against neighbours Clare.
 
U21FC: Tipp start in style
10 March 2011
Defending Munster U21 football champions Tipperary made a bright start to the 2011 competition with a straightforward victory over Waterford at Fraher Field on Wednesday.
 
U21FC: Lynam stars for Westmeath
10 March 2011
Centre forward Conor Lynam scored five points from play as the Westmeath U21s dismissed the challenge of Offaly at Pairc Ciaran in Athlone on Wednesday night.
 
21FC: All too easy for Carlow
10 March 2011
Carlow enjoyed the anticipated landslide victory over neighbours Kilkenny in the Leinster U21FC at the Carlow IT grounds on Wednesday night.
 
U21FC: Wexford book semi-final date
10 March 2011
Wexford edged their way into the semi-finals of the Leinster U21FC with victory over Kildare at Bellefield, Enniscorthy on Wednesday evening.
 
Cadbury's best U21 players named
17 November 2010
Cadbury, proud sponsor of the Cadbury GAA U21 Football Championship today announced the selection of the best fifteen U21 footballers between 2005 and 2010, as voted by the fans.
 

O'Carroll scoops Hero of the Future award
Dublin's Rory O'Carroll was named 2010 Cadbury Hero of the Future at an awards
ceremony in Croke Park.

Christy Cooney GAA President, Rory O'Carroll Cadbury
Hero of the Future 2010 and Shane Guest Cadbury Ireland

   
Vote for the Cadbury Hero of the Future
13 May 2010
Cadbury are once again set to name their 'Cadbury Hero of the Future' and are after the public's view on the chosen nominees.
 
   
All-Ireland U21FC final: Dublin down Donegal
Dublin claimed their second ever Cadbury All-Ireland U21 football title thanks to a gutsy display
 
   
All-Ireland U21FC: Early goals down Rossies
18 April 2010
Two goals inside the opening three minutes paved the way for an impressive Dublin victory over Roscommon in last night's Cadbury All-Ireland U21FC semi-final at Kingspan/Breffni Park.
 
   
All-Ireland U21FC: Murphy the difference again
18 April 2010
Michael Murphy scored 0-6 and caused endless problems for the Tipperary defence as Donegal booked their place in the Cadbury All-Ireland U21FC final at Parnell Park last night.
 
   
Ulster U21FC: Murphy leads Donegal to title
08 April 2010
Young Footballer of the Year Michael Murphy struck for 1-5 as Donegal saw off Cavan last night at Enniskillen to claim the Cadbury's Ulster Under 21 Football Championship title.
 
   
Connacht U21FC: Ros' bridge 11-year gap
03 April 2010
A late goal from substitute Alan O'Hara sealed Roscommon's first Cadbury Connacht U21 football title in 11 years at Sligo's expense in Markievicz Park this evening.
 
   
Murphy goal sinks Derry
04 April 2010
Fourteen-man Donegal caused a big surprise when they recorded a four-point win over a much-fancied Derry side at Enniskillen to qualify for the Cadbury's Ulster U21FC final.
 
   
Givney leaves it late for Cavan
03 April 2010
Fourteen-man Cavan staged a dramatic finish to book their place into this year's Cadbury's Ulster Under 21 Football Championship final at the expense of neighbours Monaghan this afternoon at Enniskillen.
 
   
Lake fall as Dubs take title
04 April 2010
Dublin finished strongly to beat Westmeath by 1-12 to 0-9 in the 2010 Leinster U21 FC final at Parnell Park.
 
   
Tipp defeat Kingdom on historic night
31 March 2010
Tipperary under 21 footballers captured their first ever Munster title with a famous 1-7 to 1-6 victory over Kerry.
 
   
'Cadbury Hero of the Match' Awards
31 March 2010
So far, it has been a great Cadbury Under 21 Championship, with some fantastic games, exciting endings interesting results and all the signs that it's about to get better as we approach the business end of the Championship.
 
   
Clinical Monaghan oust Saffrons
25 March 2010
Antrim 2-6
Monaghan 2-12
A goal in each half proved the difference for Monaghan as they made their way into the semi-finals of the Cadbury's Ulster U21FC by seeing off Antrim with six points to spare in Belfast.
 
   
Donegal see off 14-man Armagh
25 March 2010
Donegal sealed their place into the semi-finals of the Cadbury's Ulster Under 21 Football Championship at Enniskillen, where three points proved the difference between themselves and Armagh.
 
   
Goals see Derry through
25 March 2010
Late goals from Benny Heron and Aaron Kerrigan were enough to see Derry through to the semi-finals of the Cadbury's Ulster Under 21 FC at the expense of a brave Fermanagh side at Celtic Park.
 
   
Brilliant Cavan stun Down
25 March 2010
Cavan dethroned champions Down in an emphatic fashion at Kingspan Breffni Park to book their place into the last four of this year's Cadbury's Ulster Under 21 Football Championship.
 
   
Kingdom wallop Waterford
21 March 2010
Kerry cruised into the Cadbury Munster U21FC final following this thrashing of Waterford at Fraher Field, Dungarvan.
 
   
Leinster U21FC: Garda escort for ref as Dublin win
18 March 2010
Referee Joe Curley needed a garda escort from the Dr Cullen Park pitch as Dublin claimed a controversial Cadbury Leinster U21FC semi-final victory over Carlow.
 
   
Leinster U21FC: Westmeath bridge 10-year gap
18 March 2010
Westmeath qualified for their first Cadbury Leinster U21FC final in 10 years when they overcame 14-man Laois following a titanic battle at Cusack Park.
 
   
Connacht U21FC: Maye-inspired Sligo stun Galway
18 March 2010
Sligo are just 60 minutes away from lifting their first Cadbury Connacht U21FC title following a sensational extra-time victory over Galway at Tuam Stadium.
 
   
Connacht U21FC: Shine sends Mayo packing
18 March 2010
Donie Shine's dramatic winning point five minutes into injury-time propelled Roscommon into the Cadbury Connacht U21FC final at the expense of holders Mayo at Hyde Park.
 
   
Munster U21FC: Holders dethroned
14 March 2010
Kerry avenged last year's crushing defeat by Cork when they registered a comfortable victory over the reigning All-Ireland champions in yesterday's Cadbury Munster U21FC opener at Tralee.
 
   
Munster U21FC: Joyce-Power goal enough for Treaty
11 March 2010
A goal from Cormac Joyce-Power ten minutes from time proved the difference as Limerick edged out Clare to seal their place into the semi-finals of the Cadbury Munster Under 21 Football Championship.
 
   
Leinster U21FC: Carlow maul lowly Cats
Carlow 1-16
Kilkenny 0-3
Carlow cruised into the semi-finals of the Cadbury Leinster Under 21 Football Championship last night after seeing off Kilkenny with a massive 16 points to spare at O'Moore Park.
 
   
Ulster U21FC: Lethal Kerrigan sinks Tyrone
Tyrone 1-7
Derry 1-14
A superb finishing display saw Derry advance through the preliminary round of this year's Cadbury Ulster Under 21 Football Championship at the expense of neighbours Tyrone last night at Omagh.
 
   
Connacht U21FC: Mayo edge into last four
11 March 2010
Neil Douglas and Alan Freeman combined for 0-8 as Mayo booked their place into the semi-finals of the Cadbury Connacht Under 21 Football Championship after defeating underdogs Leitrim at Cloone.
 
   
Leinster U21FC quarter-final roundup
07 March 2010
Westmeath, Laois, Carlow and Dublin qualified for the Cadbury Leinster U21FC semi-finals.
 
   

Promising footballers Donal Shine (Roscommon), Barry John Walsh (Kerry), and Rory O'Carroll (Dublin) joined GAA President Christy Cooney and Cadbury Hero of the Future Judges Paul Caffrey, Dermot Earley and Micheal Ó Domhnaill to launch the 2010 Cadbury GAA Under 21 Football Championship in Croke Park.



Pictured at the launch of the 2010 Cadbury GAA U21 Football Championship were Rory O'Carroll (Dublin), Don
ie Shine (Roscommon), Shane Guest (Cadbury Ireland) and Barry John Walsh (Kerry)

   

Leinster U21FC: Westmeath hang on
21 February 2010
A wasteful Westmeath were forced to sweat it out before setting up a Cadbury Leinster U21FC quarter-final date with neighbours Meath at the expense of Kildare in Mullingar on Saturday.

Leinster U21FC: Wicklow goals sink Longford
21 February 2010Wicklow will face Laois in the Cadbury Leinster U21FC quarter-final after they powered to a 12-point win over Longford in Arklow.

Leinster U21FC: Louth brush Wexford aside
21 February 2010
Louth recovered from a sluggish start to hammer Wexford in Saturday's Cadbury Leinster U21FC opener at Dundalk.

 

Doherty awarded Cadbury Football Scholarship in NUIG
26 November 2009
Conor Doherty was one of two recipients of a Cadbury Football Scholarships in NUI Galway earlier this month.

Shine Awarded Cadbury Football Scholarship in DCU
19 November 2009
Donal Shine was one of two recipients of a Cadbury Football Scholarships in Dublin City University earlier this month.

Cooper awarded Cadbury Football Scholarship in DCU
19 November 2009
Jonathan Cooper was one of two recipients of Cadbury Football Scholarships in Dublin City University earlier this month.

Doherty awarded Cadbury Football Scholarship in NUIG
19 November 2009
Jason Doherty was one of two recipients of a Cadbury Football Scholarships in NUI Galway earlier this month.

O'Neill named Cadbury Hero of the Future
20 May 2009
Current All-Ireland U21 football winning captain, Colm O'Neill, has been named as the 2009 Cadbury Hero of the Future at an awards ceremony in the Player's Lounge in Croke Park.

Cleary praises never-say-die Rebels
05 May 2009
Cork under 21 football manager John Cleary hailed his side's never-say-die attitude after yesterday's dramatic Cadbury All-Ireland final victory over Down.

McGrath reveals Down heartbreak
05 May 2009
Pete McGrath described Down's Cadbury All-Ireland under 21 final defeat to Cork as one of the most heartbreaking he has ever suffered in football.

U21FC: Injury time goal wins it for Cork
04 May 2009
The fine line between success and failure was firmly evident at O'Moore Park, Portlaoise as a 62nd minute goal from Colm O'Driscoll stole the Cadbury's All-Ireland U21 Football Championship from Down's grasp as the Rebels claimed their eleventh title.

Cork could surpass Kerry as U21 kingpins
28 April 2009
Following a very exciting championship, the Cadbury GAA U21 FC final on 4th May will see Cork and Down battle it out to lift the Clarke Cup and be crowned All-Ireland U21 football champions.

All-Ireland U21FC: Cork scrape into final
19 April 2009
Cork edged out a wasteful Dublin to set up a Cadbury All-Ireland under 21 football final showdown with Down at Semple Stadium.

All-Ireland U21FC: Weary Down march on
19 April 2009
Just three days after defeating Armagh in the Ulster final, Pete McGrath's Down qualified for the Cadbury All-Ireland under 21 football final with a three-point victory over Mayo at Pearse Park in Longford.

Ulster U21FC: Late goal wins it for Down
16 April 2009
A late Conor Poland goal ensured back-to-back Cadbury Ulster under 21 football title successes for Down at Casement Park.

Leinster U21FC: Dubs take eighth title
05 April 2009
Dublin captured the 2009 Cadbury's Leinster Under 21 Football Championship title yesterday after overcoming a brave challenge from Laois in Portlaoise by three points to lead them to their eight provincial crown.

U21FC: Mayo retain Connacht crown
05 April 2009
Mayo notched a fourth successive Connacht Under-21 title at the expense of Sligo on Saturday.

Ulster U21FC: Magee strikes late for Down
02 April 2009
A Michael Magee goal eight minutes from the end gave holders Down a dramatic victory over Tyrone in last night's Cadbury Ulster under 21 football semi-final in Newry.

Ulster U21FC: Armagh power into final
02 April 2009
Armagh produced a dominant second half performance to overwhelm Donegal in last night's Cadbury Ulster under 21 football semi-final at Ballybofey.

Munster U21FC final: Galvin denies gallant Tipp
29 March 2009
A lat-gasp goal from Noel Galvin handed Cork a dramatic victory over Tipperary in the Cadbury Munster under 21 football final at Semple Stadium.

U21: Mayo to meet Sligo in Connacht final
22 March 2009
Mayo and Sligo will compete for the Cadbury Connacht under-21 football title this year following wins over Roscommon and Leitrim respectively at the weekend.

Leinster U21FC: Andrews shines in Dubs win
22 March 2009
An early Dean Kelly goal helped Dublin on their way to a four-point victory over a disappointing Westmeath side in this Cadbury Leinster under 21 football semi-final at Parnell Park.

Munster U21FC: Rebels power into decider
22 March 2009
Cork followed up last weekend's emphatic victory over Kerry with another comfortable win over Waterford at Pairc Ui Rinn to qualify for the Cadbury Munster under 21 football final.

Ulster U21FC: Donegal exact sweet revenge
Donegal's Michael Murphy
19 March 2009
Revenge was sweet for Donegal as they ran out six-point winners over Derry in last night's Cadbury Ulster under 21 football quarter-final at Ballybofey.

Ulster U21FC: Clarke inspires Orchard win
19 March 2009
Crossmaglen's Jamie Clarke scored 1-6 as Armagh edged out Cavan in this Cadbury Ulster under 21 football championship quarter-final at the Athletic Grounds.

Ulster U21FC: Tyrone made to earn win
19 March 2009
Tyrone recovered from a disastrous start to overcome Antrim in an ill-tempered Cadbury Ulster under 21 football championship quarter-final at Healy Park last night.

Ulster U21FC: Down march on
19 March 2009
A brace of late points from Paul Devlin ensured Down of a hard-earned victory over Fermanagh in last night's Ulster under 21 football championship quarter-final at Enniskillen.

Connacht U21FC: Mayo squeeze home
15 March 2009
Mayo remain firmly on course for a fourth consecutive Connacht U21FC title following a one-point victory over neighbours Galway at Charlestown.

Munster U21FC: Cork canter to victory
15 March 2009
Ciaran Sheehan and David Goold scored 0-10 between them as Cork recorded a facile victory over Kerry in a surprisingly one-sided Munster U21 FC quarter-final at Pairc Ui Rinn.

Ulster U21 FC: Fermanagh over first hurdle
12 March 2009
Kevin Connolly's goal seven minutes from time proved all-important as Fermanagh edged out Monaghan in their Ulster U21 FC preliminary clash at Emyvale last night.

U21: Dubs hold off Royal comeback
07 March 2009
Dublin deservedly booked a place in the semi-finals of the Cadbury Leinster U21FC as late points saw off Meath.

Leinster U21FC: Laois gain revenge
01 March 2009
Laois inflicted a 1-18 to 1-4 defeat on Wicklow in the Cadbury Leinster U21 to reverse the result between the sides in last year’s campaign.

Leinster U21FC: Champs cruise through
01 March 2009
Defending Cadbury Leinster under-21 football champions Kildare eased into the semi-finals following a 4-13 to 0-6 rout of Carlow.

Leinster U21FC: Westmeath wallop Cats
01 March 2009
Westmeath cruised into the last-four of the Leinster under 21 football championship following an emphatic victory over Kilkenny at Nowlan Park.

Cadbury renews U21 sponsorship
25 February 2009
Cadbury announced that it will be continuing their commitment to U21 Football by extending their sponsorship of the GAA Football U21 Championship for a further 3 years, building on a successful 4 year reign as the first sponsors of the U21 Football Championship.

Leinster U21 FC: Dubs rock
23 February 2009
Dean Rock was the hero as Dublin defeated Louth by 3-12 to 2-8 in their Leinster U21 FC opener at Drogheda on Sunday.

Cadbury Leinster U21FC quarter-final fixtures
19 February 2009
Times and venues have been decided for the quarter-finals of the Cadbury’s Leinster U21FC.Cadbury Leinster U21FC quarter-final fixtures

U21FC: Champs Kildare have it so easy
15 February 2009
Reigning provincial champions Kildare an out comfortable 13-point winners against Wexford in the opening round of the Cadbury’s Leinster U21FC.

U21FC: Wicklow come back from the brink
15 February 2009
A run of late scores saw Wicklow steal a win away from Longford in this entertaining Cadbury’s Leinster U21FC tie at Pearse Park.

Cadbury football scholarships awarded
10 February 2009
Four U21 footballers, Hugh Gill, Ciaran Gavin, Brian Fox and Michael Moloney have been presented with Cadbury Football Scholarships in Dublin College University and University Limerick.

Leinster U21FC: Westmeath crush dire Offaly
08 February 2009
Tomas O Flatharta’s Westmeath sent out an early warning in the Leinster under 21 football championship at Tullamore on Saturday when they romped to an 11-point victory over arch-rivals Offaly.

Follow the U21FC in 2009
06 February 2009
You can follow your county throughout the Cadbury GAA U21 All Ireland Championship across a couple of new interactive features.

U21FC throws in
06 February 2009
The Cadbury’s U21FC begins this weekend with four first round clashes in Leinster.

 
   

Kingdom come good at U21 level
19 June 2008
After ten years in the wait, the Kingdom of Kerry emerged from this year’s Cadbury’s All-Ireland Under 21 Football Championship victorious after defeating Kildare in Semple Stadium, Thurles on a score-line of 2-12 to 0-11 on Saturday, May 3.

Young wins Cadbury's Hero award
Kerry captain Killian Young raises the Cadbury’s All-Ireland U21FC trophy after Kildare were beaten in the final at Thurles
30 May 2008
Kerry footballer and current All-Ireland U21 champion, Killian Young, was named last night as The Cadbury Hero of the Future.

Ryan says players deserved more
05 May 2008
Kildare Under 21 football supremo Glenn Ryan believes that his charges deserved more for their efforts in 2008 than a runners-up spot in the championship.

'Players learned from the past' - Geaney

05 May 2008
Kerry U21 football boss Sean Geaney says the pain of past defeats spurred on his charges to beat Kildare (2-12 to 0-11) in this year’s All-Ireland decider.

O'Leary hails Kingdom work-rate
04 May 2008
All-Ireland under 21 football final man of the match Kieran O’Leary praised Kerry’s work ethic after they claimed their first title in a decade with an impressive victory over Kildare at Thurles.

U21FC: Kingdom reign supreme
03 May 2008
Kerry Under 21’s secured a 70th All-Ireland football title, across all grades for the Kingdom at Semple Stadium, Thurles tonight with goals from Mike O’Donoghue in each half the decisive scores against Kildare.

Kerry captain Killian Young raises the Cadbury's All-Ireland U21FC trophy after Kildare were beaten in the final at Thurles

Young a big fan of under 21 grade
02 May 2008
Kerry’s Young Footballer of the Year Killian Young has described the Cadbury’s under 21 championship as a ’brilliant’ competition.

Kildare unchanged
02 May 2008
Kildare manager Glenn Ryan has kept faith with the same team that overcame Down for Saturday’s Cadbury’s All-Ireland under 21 football final against Kerry at Semple Stadium.

Geaney wary of Kildare's work-rate
01 May 2008
Kerry under 21 boss Sean Geaney insists that Gary Whyte and Alan Smith aren’t the only Kildare players his side should be wary of ahead of Saturday’s Cadbury’s All-Ireland decider in Thurles.

Whyte: Ryan has been our inspiration
29 April 2008
Kildare under 21 captain Gary Whyte has paid tribute to manager Glenn Ryan ahead of Saturday’s Cadbury’s All-Ireland final against Kerry at Thurles.


Kildare captain Gary Whyte and his Kerry counterpart Killian Young with the U21 Football Championship Cup

Ryan dismisses favourites' tag
24 April 2008
Kildare under 21 football boss Glenn Ryan has laughed off claims by All-Ireland final opponents Kerry that the Lilywhites are favourites to lift the title.

U21FC: Lilywhites end 32-year wait
20 April 2008
For the first time since 1976, Kildare will contest a Cadbury’s All-Ireland under-21 final after they defeated Down by three points in a thrilling contest at Pairc Tailteann, Navan on Saturday 19th April.


U21FC: Kingdom pushed by Mayo
20 April 2008
Mayo will be disappointed to have let Kerry back into the Cadbury’s All-Ireland under-21 semi final as the Kingdom progressed to the decider following their clash at Nenagh on Saturday 19th April.

U21FC semis for Nenagh and Navan
10 April 2008
Kerry will face Mayo in Nenagh while Down will take on Kildare at Pairc Tailteann in the All-Ireland semi-finals of the Cadbury’s U21FC.

Mayo retain Connacht under 21 crown
10 April 2008
Mayo survived a late scare to retain the Cadburys Connacht under 21 football title at Roscommon’s expense in Kiltoom on Wednesday 9th April.

Lilies land Leinster crown
06 April 2008
Kildare captured the 2008 Leinster U21 football championship with a great 0-10 to 0-6 victory over Wexford at Wexford Park.

Kingdom land another provincial title
05 April 2008
Kerry landed their first Cadbury’s U21 FC title since 2002 at Ardfinnan thanks to a gritty 0-15 to 2-7 win over a game Tipperary side.

Down deny Derry
05 April 2008
Down recovered from a shaky start to secure a 3-11 to 1-14 win over Derry in a thrilling Cadbury’s Ulster U21 FC final at Casement Park.

Kildare march on
29 March 2008
A superb second half display helped propel Kildare to a 0-14 to 1-4 win over Carlow in their Cadbury’s Leinster U21 FC semi-final clash.

Ross race to victory
29 March 2008
Roscommon produced a tremendous second half display to book their place in this year’s Cadbury’s Connacht U21 FC final thanks to a 1-11 to 1-9 win over Sligo in Kiltoom.

Kildare kill off Dubs' hopes
23 March 2008
A 28th minute goal from Mark Waters proved pivotal as Kildare secured a 1-8 to 1-7 win over Dublin in an entertaining Cadbury’s Leinster U21 FC clash at Newbridge.

Coen sends Sligo forward
23 March 2008
Stephen Coen shot seven points in a man-of-the-match display as Sligo overcame Galway by 0-15 to 0-12 in their Cadbury’s Connacht U21 FC quarter-final clash at Tubbercurry.

Mayo too good for Leitrim
23 March 2008
Jason Doherty’s 39th minute goal proved all-important as Mayo eased their way to a 1-16 to 1-5 win over Leitrim in their Cadbury’s Connacht U21 FC semi-final clash at McHale Park, Castlebar.

Champions dethroned
23 March 2008
Kerry produced a five-star display to conquer defending champions Cork by 0-15 to 0-10 in a cracking Cadbury’s Munster U21 FC clash at Austin Stack Park.

Tipp tops in semi
23 March 2008
Tipperary made it through to the Cadbury’s Munster U21 FC final for the second year in a row after overcoming Waterford by 2-7 to 1-6 at Ardfinnan.

Champions lose their crown
23 March 2008
Defending Ulster U21 champions Armagh came a cropper at Ballybofey when they lost out by 0-10 to 1-11 to a dynamic Donegal side.

Brown leaves Fermanagh feeling blue
23 March 2008
A five-star show by corner forward Eoghan Brown helped propel Derry to an emphatic 1-20 to 2-9 Cadbury’s Ulster U21 FC win over Fermanagh at Celtic Park.

Down under 21s power to easy win
20 March 2008
Backboned by their 2005 All-Ireland minor winners, Down under 21s chalked up an impressive victory over Antrim in a one-sided Cadbury’s Ulster football championship clash at Pairc Esler.


Cork captain Andrew O'Sullivan
   

Cavanagh the hero for Tyrone
20 March 2008
A late Colm Cavanagh goal gave 14-man Tyrone a dramatic victory over Cavan in an absorbing Cadbury’s Ulster under 21 football championship first round tie at Healy Park

Donegal under 21s ease past Monaghan
18 March 2008
Donegal advanced to the second round of the Ulster under 21 football championship following a 0-15 to 1-6 victory over 14-man Monaghan at Ballybay on St. Patrick’s Day..

U21FC: Wicklow stun Laois
09 March 2008
The Garden County U21 footballers stunned last year’s All-Ireland finalists Laois as they thrashed them in the Cadbury’s Leinster U21FC with 14-men.

U21FC: Roche seals Wexford win
09 March 2008
It took a last gasp point from Shane Roche to earn Wexford a place in this year’s Cadbury’s U21FC semi-final at the expense of Westmeath at Cusack Park.

Champions signal intent
25 February 2008
It was a case of déjà vu at O’Moore Park as, for the second year in-a-row, holders Laois dumped Louth of the Cadbury’s Leinster under 21 football championship with an accomplished showing.

Carlow under 21s hang on
25 February 2008
Building on their first ever appearance in a provincial minor final last year, Carlow progressed to the quarter-finals of the Cadbury’s Leinster under 21 football championship with a slender victory over Longford at Dr Cullen Park.

Kildare give Meath a right Royal going-over
24 February 2008
Kildare’s under 21 footballers signalled their intent this year by handing Meath a 1-14 to 0-5 drubbing in their Cadbury’s provincial championship clash at Pairc Tailteann.

Westmeath clatter Cats
24 February 2008
Westmeath chiselled out a predictably easy (1-15 to 1-6) win over Kilkenny in the sides’ Cadbury’s Leinster U21 FC meeting at Nowlan Park.

Cadbury's launch 2008 U21FC
20 February 2008
Audrey Buckley, Marketing Manager Cadbury Ireland, and Nickey Brennan, GAA President, officially launched the 2008 Cadbury U21 Football Championship in Croke Park.

Gould wins Cadbury Award
01 June 2007
Cork senior and current Cadbury All-Ireland U21FC winner Fintan Goold has been named as the Cadbury Hero of the Future 2007, following a special Awards ceremony held in the Westin Hotel, in D

Dempsey remains proud of his charges
07 May 2007
Laois Under 21 football boss Sean Dempsey had nothing but pride for his charges despite seeing Cork triumphed by 2-10 to 0-15 in the All-Ireland Under 21 FC final at Thurles.

Cork camp breath collective sigh of relief
07 May 2007

A jubilant Cork camp admitted that fortune was on their side as they triumphed by 2-10 to 0-15 over Laois in the All-Ireland Under 21 FC final at Thurles.

Golden point from Goulding seals Cork win
06 May 2007
A late, late point from Daniel Goulding helped propel Cork to this year’s Cadbury’s All-Ireland Under 21 FC title (2-10 to 0-15) at the expense of a gritty Laois side at Semple Stadium, Thurles.

Healy hopes to set the record straight
05 May 2007
Laois captain Cahir Healy is hoping that the midlanders can turn the tables on Cork and win the Cadbury’s All-Ireland Under 21FC final at Thurles.

Cork captain admits the pressure is on
04 May 2007
Cork U21 football captain Andrew O’Sullivan has admitted that there is a great degree of expectation that the Rebels can finally add an All-Ireland crown to their many underage provinc

Just two'll do for Rebels
04 May 2007
Cork have made two changes to their side for tomorrow's (Saturday) Cadbury's All-Ireland Under FC final clash with Laois.

O'Moore's unchanged
04 May 2007
Laois boss Sean Dempsey had kept faith with the side that knocked out holders Mayo for Saturday's Cadbury's All-Ireland under 21 football final against Cork at Thurles.

Under 21 title is next step for Laois, says Healy
Laois under 21 captain Cahir Healy is keeping his fingers crossed that the O'Moore County's long wait for an All-Ireland title in the grade will come to an end against Cork on Saturday.

Under 21 championship to continue
The GAA's Player Welfare Manager Paraic Duffy doesn't believe the Cadbury's All-Ireland under 21 championships will be abolished any time soon.

Cork make two changes
02 May 2007
Cork under 21 football boss Tony Leahy has made two changes to his team for Saturday's Cadbury's All-Ireland final against Laois at Semple Stadium.

Brawl is history, insists Dempsey
01 May 2007
Laois under 21 football boss Sean Dempsey insists that there is no bad blood between his team and Cork ahead of Saturday's All-Ireland final in Thurles.

Rebels at full strength for under 21 decider
01 May 2007
Cork report no injury concerns ahead of Saturday's Cadbury's All-Ireland under 21 football final against Laois at Semple Stadium.

Laois and Cork go head to head
01 May 2007
The 2006 semi-final is now the 2007 Final as another epic battle is expected between Cork and Laois in the Cadbury U21 Football Championship.

Rebels book final spot
23 April 2007
Cork will have the chance to avenge last year's Cadbury's All-Ireland under 21 football final defeat to Mayo when they face Laois in this season's decider in two weeks' time.

Laois leap into final
22 April 2007
A power-packed second half display proved pivotal as Laois booked their place in this year's Cadbury's All-Ireland Under 21 FC final after recording a 0-11 to 0-6 win over Mayo at Dr. Hyde Park.

Cadburys offering sports vouchers
20 April 2007
If you think you know your U21 football, visit the official Cadbury's U21FC website to be in with a chance of winning Sports Vouchers if you correctly predict the final score in Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final between Mayo and Laois.

Orchard finish leaves Monaghan floored
15 April 2007
A storming second half display proved crucial as Armagh secured the Cadbury’s Ulster Under 21 football title with a 1-16 to 1-9 win over Monaghan at Omagh.

Laois clinch title
15 April 2007
Laois are this year’s Cadbury’s Leinster Under 21 football champions after seeing off the challenge of Offaly by 0-13 to 1-7 in a fascinating final at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise.

Magnificent Mayo breeze to Connacht success
08 April 2007
Mayo remain firmly on course to retaining their All-Ireland under 21 football title after an emphatic Connacht final victory over Roscommon at McHale Park, Castlebar.

Cork demolish Limerick with late surge
08 April 2007
Cork left it late but eventually finished strongly to beat Limerick by 0-17 to 1-9 in Division 1A of the NFL at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

Connelly not kidded by easy win
09 April 2007
Noel Connelly, joint manager of Mayo's Under 21 football team, says his side's emphatic 1-22 to 1-8 Connacht final win over Roscommon will mean nothing ahead of their entry into the All-Ireland series.

Leahy looking for more
09 April 2007
Winning Cork under 21 football coach Tony Leahy says his side will have to improve if they are to have any ambitions to add to their Munster championship final win over Tipp (3-19 to 3-12).

Armagh book final spot
05 April 2007
Armagh progressed to the Ulster under 21 football final following a 0-11 to 0-8 victory over Derry at Casement Park on Wednesday night, April 4.

Benson bags timely major
01 April 2007
A goal just before the interval by Brian Benson proved pivotal as Mayo booked a place in this year's Cadbury's Connacht Under 21 football final (1-13 to 0-9) at the expense of Galway at Pearse Stadium.

Roscommon into the final
01 April 2007
Roscommon corner forward Conor Devaney was the hero as his side netted a place in this year's Cadbury's Connacht Under 21 FC final on the back of a 1-14 to 0-10 victory over Sligo.

Monaghan in fine form
01 April 2007
Monaghan Under 21 footballers will contest the Cadbury's Ulster final this year after their impressive 2-8 to 0-4 semi-final victory over neighbours Fermanagh in Lisnaskea.

Tipp destroy Banner to reach under 21 final
25 March 2007
Tipperary qualified for the Munster under 21 football final following an emphatic victory over a disappointing Clare at Kilmallock on Saturday, March 24.

Armagh win but at a cost for Cross
25 March 2007
A more clinical Armagh side advanced to the semi-final of this year’s Cadbury’s Ulster Under 21 FC semi-final after chiselling out a 1-8 to 0-9 victory over Tyrone in Lurgan.

Fired-up Fermanagh into semis
25 March 2007
Underdogs Fermanagh caused a shock by sending Down packing (1-15 to 0-16) after extra-time in an intriguing Cadbury’s Ulster Under FC quarter-final clash at Lisnaskea.

Oak Leafers into last four
25 March 2007
Derry are into the semi-finals of this year’s Cadbury’s Ulster Under 21 FC following a deserved 0-13 to 1-7 victory over Antrim at Celtic Park.

Galway coast home
25 March 2007
Hosts Galway had little trouble in advancing in this year’s Connacht Cadbury’s Under 21 FC after securing a 3-20 to 0-6 win over a poor Leitrim side at Duggan Park, Ballinasloe.

Tipp name U21 side
22 March 2007
The Tipperary U21 Football team to play Clare in the Cadbury's Munster Championship semi-final on Saturday at 3.00pm in Kilmallock has been announced.

Game re-fixed
19 March 2007
The Cadbury's Under 21 Football Championship game between Galway and Leitrim - called off on Saturday because of Salthill's waterlogged pitch - has been re-fixed.

Quigley guides Laois into decider
18 March 2007
A five-star performance by midfielder Brendan Quigley helped propel Laois into the final of this year's Cadbury's Leinster Under FC final (1-10 to 0-7) at the expense of Westmeath after a lively affair at Mullingar.

Mahon's strike decisive as Offaly advance
18 March 2007
Conor Mahon's 35th minute goal proved to be the decisive score as Offaly deservedly got the better of Meath in this Cadbury's Leinster Under 21 FC semi-final at O'Connor Park, Tullamore to remain on course for their first provincial title in this grade since 1995.

Monaghan time it nicely
17 March 2007
A storming second half display was key as Monaghan booked a place in this year's Cadbury's Ulster Under 21 football championship semi-final with a 1-12 to 0-7 win over neighbours Cavan at Clones.

Cork on cruise control
17 March 2007
Defending champions Cork had it all too easy as they walloped Waterford by 2-17 to 0-1 in the Cadbury's Munster Under FC semi-final at Dungarvan.

Official launch of Cadbury's U21FC
Cadbury's promotion of the U21FC for 2007 was officially launched at Croke Park with details of a huge investment to highlight the skill and commitment evident in the competition

Tierney points the way
A great point on the stroke of full-time by Michael Tierney helped Laois scrape home by 1-9 to 0-11 against Louth in their Cadbury's Leinster championship under 21 quarter-final clash at O'Moore Park, Portlaoise.

McCarron notches ten as Tyrone progress
In-form attacker Cathal McCarron notched ten points as Tyrone powered their way to a 0-19 to 0-9 win over Donegal in the Cadbury's Ulster under 21 championship quarter-final clash at Omagh.

Clare shock Kingdom
Clare created a major upset at Kilmihill when they secured a 1-6 to 0-6 victory over Kerry in the opening round of the Cadbury's Munster under 21 football championship.

Rebel U21's look impressive
Daniel Goulding was the star of the show as the Rebel County inflicted an eight point beating on Limerick in this first round Cadbury's Munster U21FC tie

Meath have that little extra
Meath showed a greater fitness level in extra time to advance to the Cadbury's Leinster under-21 football semi-final after this four point win over Kildare at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday March 4th.

Offaly advance to semi
Offaly overcame the challenge of Longford to make it through to the Cadbury's Leinster under-21 semi final in a dour affair played at Tullamore on Saturday, March 3rd.

Westmeath whip Cats
Westmeath's trip to Kilkenny for the Cadbury's Leinster under-21 football championship quarterfinal proved to be a one-sided affair as the Lake County trounced the Cats.

Offaly U21s do enough
Without ever setting the world on fire, Offaly still managed to beat Carlow by 0-13 to 0-9 in the first round of the Cadbury's Leinster U21 FC at Tullamore.

Tierney the difference as Laois U21s prevail
Corner forward Michael Tierney was star of the show as Laois beat Wicklow by 0-11 to 1-5 in the Cadbury's Leinster U21 FC at Aughrim.

Royals stun Dubs in Parnell
Two goals from Jamie Queeney stunned Dublin in the Cadbury's Leinster U21FC at Parnell Park in front of a crowd of close on 2,000 spectators.

Glennon sees Westmeath progress
A goal and five points from placed balls by senior star David Glennon helped Westmeath progress in the Cadbury's Leinster U21FC at the expense of Wexford.

Under 21 salvation for Mayo
For the second time in three seasons, Mayo suffered a crushing defeat to Kerry in the All-Ireland football final.

Higgins led Mayo out of the wilderness
After so many bitter disappointments for teams from the county on the big stage, Keith Higgins from Ballyhaunis had the distinction of being the first man in 21 years to captain a Mayo intercounty team to All-Ireland glory.

Higgins awarded for under-21 role
Mayo All-Ireland under-21 football winning captain Keith Higgins has been picked as the first Cadbury Hero of the Future award winner after a function at the Westin Hotel, Dublin.

Higgins proud of honour
Mayo under-21 captain Keith Higgins became the first man from the county to receive an All-Ireland trophy in 21 years and the dual star admitted he was overwhelmed by the occasion.

Mayo are All-Ireland U21 champions
Mayo captured the 2006 All-Ireland U21 football title with a superb 1-13 to 1-11 victory over favourites Cork at Cusack Park in Ennis.