Apr 08 2018

IORRAS REGRET MISSED SECOND HALF CHANCES

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 6:53 pm

Iorras Aontaithe is still chasing their first points of the new season after they went down 1-4 at home to Manulla on Sunday 8th April.
The visitors were in front on three minutes from a Lucas De Paula free from just outside the area but five minutes later Nathan Reilly levelled for Erris from a Tom Ivan free.
But on 35 minutes Lucas De Paula had Manulla in front again with a nice finish from inside the area. It stayed 1-2 at the break.
In the second half, Erris pushed for the equaliser but poor finishing let them down, Brendan Nallen on 59 minutes, Pete MacArthur on 59 minutes and Kyle O’Reilly on 60 minutes, but De Paula was just a whisker away from a hat-trick when his effort went wide of the post on 63 minutes.
Manulla scored their third goal on 68 minutes when Chris Maughan found space on the edge of the box and Declan Tonra made it four for Manulla on 75 minutes.
Erris are away to S.& F. Utd in the Westaro Cup on Saturday 15th April.
TEAM- Shaun Noone, Nathan Reilly, Diarmuid Healy, Liam Donoghue, Micheal Meeneghan: Anthony Mills (Capt.), Tom McAndrew, Brendan Nallen, Pete MacArthur: Kyle O’Reilly, Tom Ivan.
Subs Used in the second half- Aran Reilly for Tom McAndrew, Steven Cawley for Diarmuid Healy, Steven Nallen for Micheal Meeneghan, Edward Dean for Nathan Reilly, Aran Carey for Pete MacArthur.


Apr 05 2018

LESSONS LEARNED AWAY TO THE CHAMPIONS.

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 3:32 pm

The Premier League champions Iorras Aontaithe made the long journey to the home of the Super League champions Westport United on April 1st.
Iorras started on the front foot but costly mistakes were punished by a clinical Westport side, scoring 3 goals in a 15 minute period. Iorras were unlucky not to get a goal back before the break after Tom McAndrew hit the underside of the crossbar with the keeper stranded just before half time.
After the break Iorras got a foothold in the game with substitutions playing an important part. Westport grabbed another goal before Iorras pulled a goal back through substitute Jason Boylan, who rounded the keeper and finished calmly into the net. Westport capitalised on a defensive error to make it 5 before Niall Geraghty had a shot cleared off the line from a corner. Westport then finished the scoring in the last minute of the game. Final score Westport United 6 – 1 Iorras Aontaithe.

Next up is Manulla at home on Sunday 8th April
With a 2.30pm kick off.

Team: Paul Reilly, Michael Meenaghan, Brendan Nallen, Niall Geraghty, Diarmuid Healy, Anthony Mills, Tom McAndrew, Nathan Reilly, Kyle O’Reilly, Ryan Ruddy, Tom Ivan.

Subs: Jason Boylan, Dylan Walker, Ryan Gaughan, Pete MacArthur, Aaron Carey, Stephen Cawley, Tony Conroy.


Mar 25 2018

DISAPPOINTMENT FOR IORRAS ON WEEK ONE OF 2018 LEAGUE SEASON

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 10:55 pm

Erris United went down 2-3 in their opening Super league encounter at home to S & F Utd on Sunday 25th March.

The visitors went In front on 25 minutes from a Mick Guilfoye effort but Erris were back level five minutes later from Pete MacArthur after good play from Kyle O’Reilly & Tom McAndrew.

The visitors conceded a penalty right on halftime which Ryan Ruddy converted to leave it 2-1 at the break.

Then five minutes into the second half Mick Guilfoye leveled for S&F and five minutes before full time Guilfoye snatched all three points with a hat-trick. Final score, Iorras Aontaithe 2 Straide & Foxford United 3

Iorras are away to Westport United on Sunday 1st April


Apr 16 2017

LOCAL DERBY RETURNS

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 2:06 pm

After securing all three points away to Westport Utd (B) on Saturday evening the 15th Iorras are away to near neighbors, Bangor Hib’s on this Saturday evening the 22nd, ko 6.30pm.
In the Divisional Cup competition (Tuohy Cup) Iorras are drawn at home to Kiltimagh/Knock Utd on Sunday 30th April.


Apr 16 2017

Iorras seal win in Westport with late dramatic penalty!

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 2:05 pm

It certainly was the late late show on Saturday evening in the sport park when Iorras secured the 3 points in a very close and entertaining game. Westport (B) led 1-0 at the break following a mix up in the Iorras defence in one of very few attacks by the home team. Iorras spurned the chance of an equaliser from the spot also.
The second half saw Iorras go in search of the elusive equaliser, but found the Westport defence in no mood to concede, indeed they could have extended their lead after hitting the woodwork twice. Last few minutes, the away side threw everything at Westport and eventually after a series of corners from Tom Ivan, he found Brendan Nallen at the far post who drove a bullet header past the Westport keeper.

Point saved, cue the celebration, but Westport poured forward for the winner, and from a Westport free kick on the edge of the box, the wall did its job and suddenly Ryan Ruddy found the ball at his feet and he took off! They finally caught him and upended him in the box. Penalty! Up stepped Nallen to finish coolly and secure the points for Iorras. Final whistle came soon after to leave the score 2-1 to the visitors.

TEAM- Harry Reilly, Brendan Nallan, Micheal Meeaghan, Nathon Reilly: Tom Ivan, Anthony Mills, Padraic Doherty, Tom McAndrew, Gareth O’Malley: Jason O’Donnell. Ryan Ruddy.


Apr 09 2017

CLUB UPDATE

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 7:42 pm

Iorras took all three points away to Crossmolina in the Premier league on Sunday 9th, Ryan Gaughan with the only goal (0-1).
Kyle O’Reilly was added to the growing injury list (ankle) along with Eamon Carey (ankle) & Keeper, Niall Duffy (wrist). Get well soon to all.

The Erris Under 15’s are finding out the hard way just how difficult life is in the Premier League. They made the long journey to Kiltimagh Knock and spent the first fifteen minutes in their own half. After half an hour they were two nil down and it was shaping up to be a very long evening.

However, the home crowd were stunned into silence when Cillian Reilly scored a goal for the ages. Dara Dixon cut back a cross to the edge of the box, Cillian flicked it up and volleyed it over the keeper. Outstanding.
Connor Barrett forced a great save from the keeper, Daithi Cosgrove had a mazy run that was thwarted on the goal line and there was a bit of a goal mouth scramble near the end.
Other than that it was all Kiltimagh Knock. Fiachna Barrett was magnificent in goal and was presented with the man of the match award. John Ginty and Billy O’Connor displayed great composure at centre back, with plenty of last ditch tackles and goal line clearances.

This was another massive display from Erris. The strength in depth of the K and K squad could be seen with 15 minutes to go when they brought on an Irish international player as a sub.

Erris couldn’t force an equaliser and it finished them 2 us 1. Erris showed great skill and determination to stay in the match right up to the last kick. In fairness, if we had got a point someone would have phoned the Guards. We needed a miracle, and even though we were in the right place for one, it didn’t happen.
Manager Des was delighted with the cohesion showed by Erris and the support they gave to each other.

Great stuff lads.

Iorras U-13s started their 2017 campaign away to Straide & Foxford this evening and were unlucky not to come away with a share of the points. The new look team saw keeper Rhys in brilliant form with numerous saves that kept Iorras in the game to the very end. Captain Eoin along with his defence of Charlie, Martin and Rory battled hard all evening to keep the lively attackers away from our goal. The midfield of Riain, Molly, josh and Oisin were making their presence felt and were able to get forwards Lenny and James in on goal, but the Foxford keeper was equal to anything thrown at him. 2-0 down at half time, manager Lenny unleashed the super subs of Troy, jack, Flynn and Kyle and they injected more energy into the team, eventually seeing josh get a goal back, with 10 mins left. Foxford upped their game, but goal line clearances from Eoin and Kyle, and exceptional goalkeeping from Rhys kept the score line the same. Iorras lost Charlie to a leg injury late on, and he was not happy to be leaving the field for attention. Last few minutes, Iorras piled on the pressure, and some pinpoint corners were brilliantly delivered by Lenny, but alas we could not convert them and Foxford survived a late penalty scare(ref didn’t give it) and held on to win it.
Managers Lenny and Harry were delighted with the teams attitude and performance right to the final whistle and look forward to next weeks clash at home to Castlebar.
Thanks to driver Leo, but apologies to Derek, never saw them sneak the pringles……..

 


Mar 10 2017

Youth registration

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 12:45 am

Youth registration will be held over two evenings, Monday 20th March and the 27th from 5pm til 6pm. First time members please have birth cert available at all youth level.


Mar 10 2017

ERRIS IN CONAUGHT CUP ACTION

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 12:44 am

At a windy, wet and cold Kilmore Community ground on Sunday 5th, Iorras rediscovered their mojo when they dumped Ballina Town out of the Connaught Cup round two. Erris United where certainly the in-form side all through this cup encounter and eight minutes in Kyle O’Reilly had Iorras in front from a Gareth O’Malley corner and nine minutes later Jason O’Donnell scored with nice finish. It was 3-0 after 27 minutes, thanks to an OG. Brendan Nallen made it 4-0 on 35 minutes. But four minutes later Stephen Moyles pulled one back for Ballina just before the break (4-1). At the start of the second half Iorras brought on Anthony Mills for the injured Eamon Carey with Erris playing against a strong wind then Jason O’Donnell scored his second of the afternoon to make it 5-1 with nice headed effort at the fare post after great work from Tom Ivan and Kyle O’Reilly. Then Brendan Lavelle (half-time sub) made it 5-2 for Ballina. Then on 64 minutes Iorras made their second substitution with Jason Boylan coming on for Gareth O’Malley and young Nathan Reilly then made it 6-2 and his first senior goal and a nice finish it was. Keith Duffy made it 6-3 on 77 minutes for Ballina with Iorras making a change on 80 minutes with Ivan Barrett replacing Kyle O’Reilly. Brendan Lavelle scored his second of the game for Ballina on 83 minutes to make it 6-4. Final score Erris Utd 6 Ballina Town 4. Best of luck in the next round.
Iorras Aontaithe wishes to thank the Kilmore Sports-field Community Ground committee for facilitating this fixture.
(At one point in the second half Referee Damian McGrath stopped play for a time when a very heavy hale shower descended)


Oct 23 2016

FAI JUNIOR CUP R3

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 5:13 pm

Iorras Aontaithe cruised past newly promoted Achill Rovers in the third round of the FAI Junior Cup at Carne Nash Park on Sunday 23rd, final score Erris Utd 7 Achill Rovers 0.

Iorras were in front on 1 minute 11 second when Kyle O’Reilly tapped home from close range from a Jason Boylan cross. Then on 11 minutes Tom Ivan made it 2 nil with a nice individual effort. In the 27th minute Brendan Nallan made it 3 nil with Jason Boylan the provider. With the clock ticking down to the half-time break, Jason Boylan made it 4 nil with Kyle O’Reilly the provider.

Erris Utd had Achill Rovers on the back foot in this FAI Junior cup encounter.

Erris Utd had Achill Rovers on the back foot in this FAI Junior cup encounter.

During the opening half, Sean McNamara, Keith McGinty came close for Achill.

Into the second half the pain continued for the visitors, with veteran Gareth O’Malley getting on the score sheet on 57 minutes with Neil Cawley the provider, Jimmy Tighe with an excellent free from all of thirty yards and Brendan Nallan with his second goal effort on 65 minutes from an excellent Patrick Geoghegan cross.

The final margin could have been greater but for the heroics of Achill Rovers goalkeeper Stephen Cafferkey.

Good luck in the next round, and hopefully the draw will be at home.

TEAM- Noel McLaughlin, Ryan Ruddy, Diarmuid Healy, David Reilly, Michael Meeneghan; Jimmy Tighe, Brendan Nallen, Eamon Carey(Capt), Kyle O’Reilly, Jason Boylan, Tom Ivan.  Subs Used- Gareth O’Malley for Kyle O’Reilly (start of the second half) Patrick Geoghegan for Diarmuid Healy (61 minutes) Neil Cawley for Jason Boylan (64 minutes)


Oct 09 2016

IT’S THE FINAL COUNT DOWN.

Category: UncategorizedThomas @ 3:59 pm

Iorras picked up three vital points in their battle to stay in the Super League at home to Glenhest Rovers on Sunday 9th, final score Erris Utd 3 Glenhest Rovers 0.
Erris were ahead going in at the break thanks to Jason Boylan from the penalty spot and Brendan Nallan. In the 76th minute of the second half substitute Jason O’Donnell latched on to a quickly taken free from Jason Boylan to seal the points for Iorras. In the closing minutes of the encounter Brendan Nallan was denied by the post and substitute Kyle O’Reilly headed just over from an excellent Ryan Ruddy cross.img_20161009_130254587_hdr
Erris are away to Castlebar Celtic on the 30th October in their final game, and with Ballyheane losing to Claremorris, both are now on eleven points, it certainly is the final countdown.
TEAM- Ivan Barrett, Ryan Ruddy, Micheal Meeneghan, Noel McLaughlin, Diarmuid Healy, James Tighe, Brendan Nallan, Eamon Carey (Capt.), Tom Ivan, Gareth O’Malley, Jason Boylan. Subs used- Kyle O’Reilly for Eamon Carey, Jason O’Donnell for Garth O’Malley, Neil Cawley for Jimmy Tighe, Patrick Geoghegan for Jason Boylan


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