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Under 8 League

Temple United v Springfield Ramblers

Another great win for this hard working team who were physically tested in this game. It was 2 all going into the last 10 minutes, yet again this young team played some great football to finish strongly scoring 3 goals to secure the win. Well done to all the team who each put in a strong performance.


Under 14 Local Cup

Bandon 1 Springfield ramblers 0
Springfield Ramblers lost out in this cup tie away to Bandon. The home side dominated the first 10 minutes. After that Springfield Ramblers controlled without making too many chances. Then with 3 minutes to go Adam Devlin made a great save from a free kick and from the resultant short corner Bandon scrambled a header over the line. Best players on the day for Springfield Ramblers were Adam Devlin & Graham O’Connor.


Under 14 Division 1

Killinardrish Coachford 2 Springfield Ramblers 0
Springfield Ramblers dominated the first 10 minutes of this league tie. Killinardrish Coachford then came more into the game. A mix up between two defenders allowed Killinardrish to score the first goal. Springfield Ramblers continued to try hard but Killinardrish dominated the game and thoroughly deserved to score the second goal and see the game out. Best players for Springfield Ramblers were Graham O’Connor, and Ruben O’Callaghan.

Under 11 Local Cup

Rockmount 0 Springfield Ramblers 3

Springfield Ramblers qualified for the semi-final of the Local Cup with this win away to Rockmount. The goals were scored by Adam Horgan (2) & Conor Hughes. Best on the day were Jeff McCarthy, Adam O’Sullivan & Neil Harte.

Under 15 Division 4

Springfield Ramblers A 1 St. Mary’s 1

Under 15 Premier League

Blarney United 0 Springfield Ramblers 1

Springfield Ramblers maintained their challenge for Premier League honours with this win away to Blarney United. Though the home side enjoyed the best of the exchanges in the first ten minutes but Springfield Ramblers began to get the upper hand and played some lovely football on the beautifully appointed pitch at O’Shea Park. The away side created some good chances and were unlucky when a header by Tony O’Donovan from a Jason Abbott was saved by the home goalkeeper. Dale Fitzgerald made a good run on the left but his shot was again saved.

Springfield Ramblers continued to enjoy the best of the possession and kept the ball for long periods with their controlled passing game but were unable to break down the home defence. The breakthrough finally came with a cracker of a shot from Dave Curran on the right wing straight into the top corner for a great individual goal. Best on the day for Springfield Ramblers were Tony O’Donovan, Jason Abbott & Adam Thompson.

Under 12 Premier League

Springfield Ramblers 3 Mallow United 0

Under 16 Premier League

Cobh Ramblers 2 Wilton United 2

A poor refereeing decision cost the home team victory in this game. Cobh Ramblers playing the better football throughout the first half were unlucky to concede a goal from a wrongly awarded corner. With the loss of Ross McCarthy in the first half Cobh Ramblers were forced to change their team around in the second half. Driven on by the excellent Niall Griffin & Jamie Moynihan Cobh Ramblers started the second half putting pressure on Wilton and when captain Peter Nolan played an excellent ball to the impressive Alan O’Flynn he beat his marker and crashed a 20 yard shot into the net. With the home team putting extreme pressure on Wilton Dylan McNamara was unlucky not to put Cobh Ramblers ahead. Wilton went ahead again when the referee failed to award Cobh Ramblers a free out and Wilton scored. The home team showed their spirit when another O’Flynn pile driver was spilled by the Wilton keeper and the alert Phelan Followed up to score . Best on the Day were Niall Griffin and Sam Stapleton.

The Team wishes Peter Nolan and Ross McCarthy all the Best in the Irish Trials.

Under 11 Division 8

Springfield Ramblers B 1 Rockmount B 4

Club Notices

Player Of The Year Awards

Saturday 29th May at 6pm in Cobh Community Centre

The Springfield Ramblers Club Annual Awards ceremony will take place on Saturday 29th May at 6pm in Cobh Community Centre. The ceremony will see players at all age groups rewarded in three different categories, namely Player of the Year, Clubman of the Year & Most Improved Player of the Year. There will also be awards for players who have honoured the club by being selected for representative teams at Cork Schoolboy level and at International level. Among other awards presented on the day will be Clubman of the Year and the Hall of Fame award. The club would like to invite all parents and friends of players of all the teams to come along to this ceremony to applaud the efforts of the players and coaches throughout a long season.

Football Coaches Wanted

The Springfield Ramblers Club invites any adults who may be interested in coaching youngsters to contact the club at The club requires help with coaching for a number of underage teams for next season. These positions may be of interest to former players of the Springfield, Cobh Ramblers or Cobh Wanderers Clubs or to any individuals who have an interest in football and would like to get involved at this level


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