Cabinteely FC are delighted to announce the signing of Stephen McGuinness.
The 22 year old goalkeeper most recently played for Drogheda United last season in the Premier Division where he was named as Drogheda’s Player of the Year.
McGuinness links up with Pat Devlin again, having previously played for Pat
Kieran Marty Waters has signed a new deal with Cabinteely for the 2018 season.
Waters was named in the First Division team of the year for 2017 along with picking up the PFAI First Division player of the year for 2017.
Speaking to the official Cabo site Waters said, “I am delighted
The Llyod Cole and The Commotions song ‘Lost Weekend’ came to mind this weekend gone. I know the song is about a weekend in a hotel in Amsterdam and not soccer, but it’s what came to mind. When you’re already out of the Cup and there’s no League game, it
It was a weekend that gave us 25 goals in 10 games, 1 scoreless draw, a sublime hat trick and both divisions have all but confirmed new champions. Cork City had no game so it was a chance for Dundalk to continue the pressure on the leaders. The champions had
There was no Bray Wanderers game this weekend. This wasn’t due to the events of the last week at the club, events which I’m hopeful will have a positive outcome and allow us to continue our fine season with the visit of Cork City next Sunday. No, the idle week
It has been a hectic few days in the league of Ireland, as the clubs started their European adventure last Thursday. We also had our weekly instalment of league games and sandwiched in between all of that - was the financial crisis at Bray Wanderers.
Cork City and Shamrock Rovers claimed
The SSE Airtricity League have announced two fixture changes in the First Division.
Cabinteely's home match against Longford Town, which was originally scheduled for Friday, May 5th, will now take place on Saturday, May 6th with kick-off at 7pm.
Also, Cabinteely's trip to Cobh Ramblers, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, May
“An Evening with Martin O’Neill” next month and a friendly against the New Zealand All Whites in June are just two of the events which Cabinteely FC has organised to coincide with their Golden Jubilee celebrations.
The South Dublin club, which caters for football for all from five to SSE
After a disastrous last outing against Dublin rivals, and current EA Sports Cup holders, St. Patrick’s Athletic, Keith Long’s decimated squad took on an excellent Cabinteely side, who themselves, are on a great run of four league wins in a row.
Missing the likes of Shane Supple, Izzy Akinade, Eoin
Cabinteely are delighted to announce the signing of Jason Byrne for the 2017 season.
The former Irish international has scored 221 League of Ireland goals and is the League’s second all time top goalscorer, just 14 goals behind Brendan Bradley’s record of 235 goals.
Byrne has had an illustrious career to date,