2015 Season

Tuesday 8 September 2015

Senior Championship Quarter Final

St Brendan's 2-15

St Barnabas 1-8

Sunday 23 August 2015

John Scanlon Cup Final

St Brendan's (won)

Four Masters

Sunday 9 August 2015

John Scanlon Cup Semi Final

St Brendan's 5-10

Erin go Bragh 3-8

Darren McGovern 0-1

Michael McGettrick 2-1

Shane Kelly 2-3

Jack Jeffcott 0-3

Ben Birch 1-0

Sean Mills 0-2

Thursday 6 August 2015

John Scanlon Cup Quarter Final

St Brendan's 3-9

St Finbarr's 0-5

Sunday 19th July 2015 - CANCELLED

Senior Championship

St Brendan's

St Finbarr's (unable to field)

Thursday 16 July 2015 - CANCELLED

Senior Championship

St Brendan's

St Mary's (unable to field)

Sunday 5 July 2015

Senior Championship

Erin go Bragh

St Brendan's

Sunday 17 May 2015

Senior Football League Division 2

St Finbarr's 1-4

St Brendan's 6-9

Thursday 14 May 2015

Senior Football League Division 2

St Brendan's vs St Mary's

Sunday 10 May 2015

Senior Championship - Round One

Four Masters 2-7

St Brendan's 4-17

Scorers included:

Michael McGettrick 0-3

Michael McGowan 0-4

Jack Jeffcott 0-3

Shane Kelly 3-2

Jack Doyle 1-0

Danny McAndrew 0-1

Jack Spellacy 0-2

Sean Mills 0-2

Angelo Cataldo 0-1

Thursday 30 April 2015

Senior Football League Division 2

Four Masters 3-9

St Brendan's 7-8

Scorers included:

Danny McAndrew 1-0

Sean Mills 1-0

Jack Jeffcott 0-4

Shane Kelly 2-1

Jack Doyle 1-1

Michael McGettrick 1-0

Maurice Hartnett 1-1

Sunday 19 April 2015

Senior Football League Division 2

St Brendan's 1-8

Erin Go Bragh 3-6

Sunday 12 April 2015

Senior Football League Division 2

St Brendan's 3-13

St Mary's 0-4

Sunday 29 March 2015

Senior Football League Division 2

St Brendan's 1-8

St Finbarr's 0-8

Sunday 22 March 2015

Senior Football League Division 2

3 pm at Páirc na hÉireann

Four Masters 4-14

St Brendan's 1-11

Three weeks into the league campaign and Division Two in Warwickshire is beginning to take shape with Erin go Bragh and Four Masters the two remaining unbeaten sides.

Four Masters can join Erin go Bragh at the top of the table should they defeat St Mary's this Sunday, after they defeated St Brendan'sat Páirc na hÉireann last weekend, thanks to a brace of goals by midfield Liam Connolly.

After Sean Walton landed the first point of the afternoon, St Brendan's went close once more when Darren McGovern saw a point-blank effort blocked by a resolute Brendan Tiernan, but at the other end the pressure was starting to build. Two early warning shots from Brendan Harkin were followed up by three frees from Daniel Harkin that culminated in a fourth effort from a set-piece which the midfielder fired through a ruck of defenders and into the back of Finbar Geraghty's net.

Two further points from Brendan Harkin and Walton extended the Master's lead further before half-time, although St Brendan's went close to grabbing the opening goal when Doyle lobbed Tiernan only to hit the crossbar before the goalkeeper reacted well to deny the follow up strike from Sean Mills. They finally rippled the net at the start of the second half when Jack Doyle's counter-attack presented Mills with the chance to fire a low shot below Tiernan, however Masters grabbed a goal of their own down at the other end with a tidy finish by Danny Cuffe.

A superb run that began from the centre of the pitch by Connolly ended in the midfielder cutting inside the St Brendan's defence to blast a shot beyond Geraghty. A second Brendan Harkin point started a run of four scores in a row, with Walton adding this third point before a quick free, across-field, unleashed Danny Doherty to tuck a 30-metre shot over the bar.

Moss Hartnett cancelled out another point from Connolly, but Masters' key second-half protagonist was not finished as he rounded off a sweeping move to tuck home a fourth goal with 10 minutes remaining.

(Anthony McLaughlin - The Irish Post, 28 March 2015)

Sunday 1 March 2015

Senior Football League Division 2

Erin Go Bragh 2-10

St Brendan's 2-7

This season has started with a good performance in some difficult conditions at Holly Lane, Erdington. Notwithstanding the result, the most disappointing news from the game was the injury sustained by Mason Meade. Torn ligaments mean Mason will be sidelined for a minimum of 9 weeks. Best wishes to Mason for a speedy, and full, recovery.

Irish Post Match Report - 7 March 2015