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Managers required

The club requires managers to run the following teams for the coming season; Last Seasons U13 WA team (2003) – We would like to thank Des Cullen and Leo Dalton for their help last season Last Seasons U14 DB team (2002)– we would like to thank Erich and Colm for all of... read more

LSL 2nd team Management announcement

Alan McDonnell has the left the club to pursue some interests in the US. We would like to sincerely thank Alan for all of his commitment and effort that he gave to this team and in particular for winning promotion to the next Division. We wish him well and hope to see... read more


As of June 15th Academy 1 (for kids born 2010) is full – waitlist only Academy 2 (for kids born 2009) is full – waitlist only All other age groups are waitlist only with very significant waiting lists for kids born 2005,2006,2007. Our August Soccer Camp is... read more

Trials U15 and U19

U15 First Team Trial Greystones United AFC is looking to hold a trial for first team players (born in 2002) for the above team.  This trial will be an invitation based trial and will take place on Saturday 2nd July in Woodlands at 11.00am If you are interested in... read more

Minileague Teams are in

Teams in Google Docs here REMINDER: the Minileague is fully booked .. this post is just to let participants see what teams they are in and match times over the two week league.... read more

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It was third time lucky for our U12A girls as they secured their first win of the season, inspired by a superb display of pace, energy, determination and skill by Rachel O'Toole who even added a goal to a top class performance. It was the girls best display of the season as they passed the ball around their opponents from Dalkey who, to their credit, never gave up in spite of being low on numbers.
They gave us a few scares and it took a brave last minute block by Carolina Perez-Vargas to keep a clean sheet but going forward we were fast and incisive, none more so that Caoimhe Swan who was a constant threat on the left wing. Rebecca Stewart also showed how a wing back can add a different dimension blasting 2 goals following flowing moves involving Ava Archer and Katie Andrews. Our first goal started with Ellen Phelan winning a tackle and picking out Caoimhe with an excellent ball. Caoimhe's shot beat everyone but the post but Aishling's Roche was on hand to notch her first goal of the season, much to her delight.
3 up at half-time we created plenty of chances in the 2nd half, hitting the post twice more and peppering the Dalkey goal who's keeper had an excellent match. Grace Murphy wasn't to be denied a goal though and when she combined with Katie from Isabella O'Riordan's through ball she blasted into the corner for number 5.
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U14B had to brave the worst of the weekends weather on Saturday morning as the wind and the rain combined to make atrocious conditions for playing (and watching) football. For a half an hour against the wind the lads defended well to keep the scores level but conceded 3 times against St Maelruans to set themselves a difficult task. Ronan Brewer pulled one back as we created plenty of chances but it was end to end to the visitors also added another. Man of the match Quintin Lawlor-Maher blasted a superb second from 25 metres and added another but Maelruans got a fifth and we couldnt find a way back. Plenty of good football from both sides which was an achievement in itself and both Ben Hogan and the visitors keeper put in excellent performances. ... See MoreSee Less

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