Two school boys named Daniel, stepped into a lion’s den today unaware of the fact they were creating history. Daniel McGreechin (12) in primary 7 at Tinto Primary and Daniel Ojonile (11) of the same class at neighbouring St Conval’s Primary were selected to be in a photograph which launched a new scheme of football coaching for both schools together in Tinto’s state of the art, all-weather pitches.
This is the first time a denominational and non-denominational school in the area has worked as closely together on such a project.
Bailie Josephine Docherty is delighted to see the two schools being coached in football together. The sessions are being given by youth football coaches from Celtic and Rangers Clubs and both Club mascots attended for the photo shoot. Celtic coach, James McCafferty, and Rangers coach, Brian Matthews, agreed it was a good venture. She added that she was particularly pleased that the all-weather pitch at Tinto Primary School was getting wider use. Tinto’s head teacher, Mrs Monique Kirkwood, said: ‘We are absolutely delighted at this opportunity to work with St Conval’s and for the children to work together.
Chorca Dhuibhne 0-10   St Flannan’s 1-3    A tally of 13 wides and a failure to convert two first half goal opportunities proved costly for St Flannan’s footballers at Rathkeale on Wednesday and were a huge contributing factor to their loss to last year’s beaten finalists, Chorca Dhuibhne, in the quarter-final of the Corn Ui Mhuiri, Munster Colleges Senior A Football Championship.Originally scheduled for Croagh, the game was switched to Abbeyfeale on Tuesday. St Flannan's 4-9   West Clare Colleges 0-5 A powerful performance by captain Conor Cleary inspired St Flannan's college to an easy win at Hennessy Park.
It is an ideal opportunity for us to discover if any of these issues are being experienced among these young people.

He was astounded to learn that almost every green space has a ‘No Football’ or ‘No Ball Games’ sign on it. It is the first time the government has put serious cash behind sectarian problems in Scotland.
According to the London Times there are secret plans to make criminals out of those who step forward and rescue people from the waters of the Mediterranean. However, a pitch inspection ten minutes before the scheduled 1.30 throw-in time led referee Richard Moloney to declare the venue unplayable.
He scored three points in the opening two minutes. Full-forward David Killeen was West Clare Colleges only first-half scorer, pointing two minutes before half-time.
The amalgamation team, competing in the championship for the first time, struggled from an early stage and missed two gilt-edge scoring chances in the opening quarter. The children get to know each other, learn to play football together and gain respect for each other. We can concentrate on the words used and explain that words which are not even acceptable in banter today were commonplace a few years ago. All of their pupils who attended the first coaching session walked for 25 minutes to the Tinto School because the hire of school buses is ‘prohibitive’ said teacher Eileen Corr. The focus of these training sessions is on overall development of football skills of our students with adequate emphasis on all-round personality development through football, fitness and nutrition lessons.
A hurried search for an alternative saw Moloney quickly secure the use of a pitch in Rathkeale and the match got underway over an hour after the appointed time.St Flannan’s played with the wind in the first half and took the lead after four minutes when captain Conor Cleary converted a 30m free.

However, centre-back Colm Pyne made two sweeping runs from centre-back, the first of which resulted in a 45 after he shot for goal. Goals from David Conroy and Tadhg Lynch in the final five minutes of the half helped the winners to a half-time lead of 11 points, 2-6 to 0-1. A goal from the Flannan's skipper in the third minute of the second half killed off any hopes West Clare might have had of getting back into contention. Our remit is to listen to what the young people themselves are saying; how they express their views and see if there is any trend that needs to be tackled. Each of our training centers follows the same methodology and offers the same high-quality services.
Minutes later, Pyne again rampaged forward but shot wide this time. Thirteen minutes into the second half West Clare Colleges full-back Cathal Downes goaled from the penalty spot to reduce the deficit, 2-9 to 1-1. Clearly the West Kerry players were relieved not to have been seven points down instead of two.Another Conor Cleary point stretched the Clare side’s lead to three after 20 minutes but, from here to the half-time whistle, Dingle scored five times to lead by two at the interval. The writing was on the wall by now as St Flannan’s would have to face the breeze that was getting stronger all the time.Dingle had two early second half points from free taker Dara O Se but, in the seventh minute, St Flannan’s were given a huge boost when they struck for the game’s only goal, team captain Conor Cleary getting a touch to a high delivery to direct the ball to the net. That would be a Win Win situation because this is a deprived community and there is no public space for children to play.

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