Great start to Women’s National League

Peamount opened their campaign on Saturday the 13/8/16 when they stunned champions Wexford Youths by securing a 1-0 win courtesy of a first-half strike from debutant Heather Payne.

The new-look Peas team started brightly and took the lead on 20 minutes when Galway girl Payne tucked in a cross from Sarah McKevitt. That goal proved to be the difference in spite of efforts from Wexford’s Emma Hansberry, Maria Delahunty, and Linda Douglas.

DB Sports

Well Done to Paddy & Brian and the U10’s who took part in the DB Sports Cup

DB Sports Shield Winners


Well done to Ken & Anto and the U8’s who took part in the DB Sports Cup and won the Shield.

U14B1 Team win league

Congratulations to our U14B1 Team who won their league, well done lads

Congratulations to our U14B1 Team who won their league, well done lads

Nominees announced for 2015/16 Continental Tyres WNL Awards

The nominees for the 2015/16 Continental Tyres Women’s National Awards have been unveiled ahead of the Awards Ceremony on May 18.Young Player of the Year NomineesEvelyn Daly (Cork City WFC)
Roma McLaughlin (Peamount United)
Keeva Keenan (Shelbourne Ladies FC)2015/16 Team of the SeasonAmanda McQuillan (Shelbourne Ladies FC)
Keeva Keenan (Shelbourne Ladies FC)
Meabh De Burca (Galway WFC)
Ruth Fahy (Wexford Youths WFC)
Shauna Fox (Galway WFC)
Karen Duggan (UCD Waves)
Emma Hansberry (Wexford Youths WFC)
Roma McLaughlin (Peamount United)
Siobhan Killeen (Shelbourne Ladies FC)
Claire O’Riordan (Wexford Youths WFC)
Aine O’Gorman (UCD Waves)

Tiegan & Keelin named in WU16 squad for UEFA Development Tournament

The Irish will face Slovakia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and the hosts in the four-team tournament in Bük.Ireland are preparing for the UEFA WU17 Championships Qualifying Round which will take place in October when we will host a group including Iceland, Belarus and Faroe Islands.  The squad train in the FAI National Training Centre on Thursday then fly out to Hungary on Friday.

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND WU16 SQUAD:Tiegan Ruddy (Peamount United)Keelin McEntee (Peamount United)

Good luck to Peamount Girls in Ireland Under 16 Squad

Sharon Boyle’s side are preparing for the UEFA Development Tournament in Hungary next month so these fixtures in Dragon Park, Newport, will prove very useful to their progress. The UEFA Development tournament will see the Irish meet hosts Hungary, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Slovalkia.“The focus is on the May development tournament, so we’re preparing for this and then looking to help to prepare for the next step to U17s next season,” said Boyle.“We welcome back Tegan Ruddy, Heather Payne and Sadbh Doyle from the U17s where they had a good campaign in the UEFA Qualifiers. “You can see the influence that those three have brought to the group and the levels have improved in the sessions and hopefully it’ll show in the games.“We’ll expect two very tough tests for the girls against Wales. For many of them it’s their first time away trip as a group so naturally there’s a lot of nerves but they’ll benefit from the experience. Two of the girls Aoife Lynagh and Doireann Fahey played with the Irish Schools last week and did very well so we’ll monitor their progress this weekend.PEAMOUNT REPRESENTATIVES IN REPUBLIC OF IRELAND WOMEN’S U16 SQUAD: Tiegan Ruddy, Doireann Fahey, Keelin McEntee and Niamh Coombes. FIXTURESWomen’s U16 International Friendlies Friday, April 8   Wales v Republic of Ireland, Dragon Park, Newport (7.30pm) Sunday, April 10   Wales v Republic of Ireland, Dragon Park, Newport (12.30pm).


Congratulations to U14 Major Team

U14 Major v Leixlip Saturday 31st October 2015 — Peamount 8 – Leixlip 3

Another strong performance and good win today for Peamount U14 Major side against Leixlip Utd. which brings Peamount’s tally of 5 wins from 6 in the U14 Major League.On a perfect day for football at Greenogue, Peamount started very strongly, comfortably passing the ball around with purpose and exposed the Leixlip backline from early on with the pace of their 2 frontmen, who between them had Peamount 5 – 0 up after 25 minutes with Conor Jameson scoring a hatrick and Nathan Miller adding the other 2. Central midfielders Aran Murray & Calum O’Neil gave great support with a strong driving performances whilst the wing play of Ruben Masinga & Adam Mooney on the opposite flank also caused Leixlip numerous problems throughout the match.The Defence was well marshalled by captain Scott O’Brien and Conor Delaney, both of whom were fierce in the tackle. Fullbacks Matthew Long & Isaac Mooney were also impressive in defence and added to the attack with surging runs at every opportunity.Goalkeeper Gavin McConville dealt with anything that came his way while also adding to the attacking play with his accurate distribution.During the 2nd half and after making some positional switches Peamount’s performance dropped off a little bit, and conceded 3 goals, but Peamount showing the great squad character, re-grouped and added 3 more goals from subs Thomas Considine & Adam Harris, with Conor Jameson adding a 4th to his tally.Lee McEvoy & Adam Benrouguibi also impressed when coming in for the 2nd half which just shows the strength in depth with this squad this season, while also missing Conor Leigh who has been injured for the last few weeks.Team :1. Gavin McConville2. Matthew Long3. Isaac Mooney4.Calum O’Neil5. Scott O’Brian6. Conor Delaney7. Ruben Masinga8. Aaron Murray9. Nathan Miller10. Conor Jameson11. Adam Mooney12. Adam Harris13. Thomas Considine14. Adam Benrouguibi15. Lee McEvoy16. Conor Leigh

Peamount Cubs Academy


The academy has just started a new season and have got off to a great start with the sponsorship from BOLANDS OF CLONDALKIN and TELSA ELECTRIC of 50 new FAI approved weighted balls, part of the new player development programme. Saturday mornings 10am – 11am up in Peamount is now a hive of football activity with 40 kids in the cubs section (kids born 2009 / 10 ) and the Mini Peas ( age 3 / 5 ) on at the same time the only sound you hear is laughter and cheering from the kids while their parents look on having a cup of tea in the club shop or outside when the sun is shining, truly this is what sport is about kids enjoying the freedom to play without having to perform no matter what their level of skill.