Shamrock Rovers 0-3 St. Patrick's Athletic
U19 EA Sports League of Ireland
Aidan Price's U19 side fell to a disappointing defeat to Dublin rivals St. Patrick's Athletic in Tallaght Stadium on Sunday afternoon. First-teamer Max Murphy started for Rovers, along with recent first-team debutants Dean McMenamny - who captained the U19s today -, Conan Noonan, Dylan Duffy and Aidomo Emakhu also starting for Price's side.
The visitors did all the damage in the 1st half, when they found themselves heading into the break leading by three goals to nil. Tommy Lonergan opened the scoring for the Inchicore side before former Hoop Sam Curtis (who only signed for St. Pat's during the week) doubled the visitors lead.
Sami Clarke extended the visitors lead before the break, and they comfortably saw out the second-half to condemn Rovers to their first defeat of the season.
Rovers welcome Sligo Rovers to Tallaght next weekend in the U19 EA Sports League of Ireland, as the Hoops look to return to winning ways after this weekend's disappointing defeat.
Dundalk FC 1-2 Shamrock Rovers
Mark Farren Cup
Shamrock Rovers' under 17 side progressed into the next round of the Mark Farren Cup, after a fantastic victory away to Dundalk FC on Saturday afternoon.
Cian Curtis & Dara McGuinness both got their names on the scoresheet, as Tony Cousins' side now make it five games unbeaten. Next up for the U17 side is a league meeting with Limerick FC at our Roadstone Academy complex next weekend.
Shamrock Rovers 9-0 Athlone Town
Women's U17 EA Sports League of Ireland
Roadstone Academy Complex
Shamrock Rovers U17 women's side had an impressive win in their women's U17 EA Sports League of Ireland clash with Athlone Town on Saturday afternoon, beating the midlanders by nine goals to nil.
Rovers in-form midfielder Jaime Thompson netted herself a hat-trick for Sean Kelly's side, with Toni Ceno also scoring a brace for the Hoops. Anna Dignam, Emma Gunning, Wiki Gorczyca and an own-goal rounded off the scoring as Rovers remain on top of the Women's U17 EA Sports League of Ireland table after six games, and remaining unbeaten in doing so. Rovers are on the road next weekend as they face Sligo Rovers away from home.
Wexford FC 0-6 Shamrock Rovers
Our U15 side had a comfortable win against Wexford FC on Sunday afternoon, defeating the South East side by six goals to nil to progress into the next round of the U15 National Cup.
Tofumi Afolabi & Cian Dillon both netted a brace each for Jason Shields' side, with John O'Sullivan and Odhran McLaughlin also getting their names on the scoresheet for the Hoops.
Next up for the U15s is a reverse of this fixture as Rovers welcome Wexford FC to our Roadstone Academy complex in the U15 EA Sports League of Ireland next weekend.
Shamrock Rovers 2-2 (4-3 on penalties) Bray Wanderers
Roadstone Academy Complex
Graham Gartland's U14 side progressed into the next round of the U14 National Cup, after defeating Bray Wanderers on penalties on Saturday afternoon.
The Hoops had found themselves two-nil up, before the Wicklow side equalised before the end of normal-time to force extra-time and then penalties.
Rovers eventually advanced into the second round of the National Cup after a tense 4-3 win on penalties in our Roadstone Academy complex.