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Latest club results up to 31 October 2021   02/11/2021

Our men's side advanced to round three of the Connacht Cup with a 4-0 home win over Sligo side Ballygawley Celtic. The first half was a pretty even affair until a mislaid pass on forty minutes fell to United striker Alan Callanan who coolly slotted home the opener. Craughwell went two up soon after the break when a Ballygawley defender directed a Kevin Molloy corner into his own net. Callanan then turned provider to set up Darragh o Connor for the third goal and that was quickly followed by an Eoin Fahy goal to settle the tie.
The U17 boys were defeated 3-2 away to Connemara side Cois Fharraige in wintry conditions at Carraroe. Craughwell levelled twice through Shane Gorman and Ethan O Brien. However the home side scored a late winner, somewhat against the run of play, to take the three points.Thank you to everyone who entered our Last Man Standing competition. It has been whittled down below 60 players after only two weeks of fixtures with some surprise results knocking a lot of people out. Keep an eye on our club Facebook page for updates.

Craughwell United FC Academy.
Our Academy continues every Saturday morning on the Craughwell school astro pitch under the expert guidance of Galway United coach Gary Traynor. New players, boys and girls are always welcome. The training times are as follows -
9am to 10am - Boys U6 and U7 (born 2015/16).
10am to 11am - Boys U8 (born 2014).
10am to 11am - Girls U8/9/10 (born 2012/13/14).
11am to 12pm - Boys U9  (born 2013).
12pm to 1pm - Boys U10  (born 2012).

Photo caption - The Craughwell United side who defeated Ballygawley Celtic 4-0 in the Connacht Junior Cup at Coleman Park last weekend.
Back - Alan Flannelly, Cillian Dolan, Finbarr McFadden, Alan O Riordan, Alan Callanan, Kyle Heverin, Daniel Grealish (c), Jack Lally, Eoin Fahy, Joe Jackson.
Front - Ruairi McArdle, Darragh O Connor, Cian Garman, Connor Dolan, Kevin Molloy, Declan Egan, Mark Cunningham.

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