Notice For All Club Members and General Public

It has come to our attention that some youth’s are posing as St Brendans Park Fc members and asking for donations by going door to door claiming to be Fundraising for the club .

At Present St Brendans Park Fc are not holding any Fundraiser Draws and Sponsorship cards have not been given to our club members . All Draws and fundraising events will be advertised on our website and social media pages along with official Club cards being used for such events .

If you are approached by people collecting money who are pretending to be from St Brendans Park Fc , please DO NOT provide them with any donations and immediately report the incident to our club . A full contact list of our committee members is available on our website. We have already notified the Tralee Garda of this problem and it is now being investigated.

We would like to thank everyone for the support in all Fundraising events in the past and look forward to your support in the future.

We would appreciate it if you would share this information with your friends, relatives and others so these individuals don’t take advantage of our community’s generosity and kindness and cause damage to St Brendans Park Fc club reputation.

Academy Notice

Please note that our U7, U8 and U9 Academy’s are not training this Saturday May 13th due to Communions, we will be back Saturday week May 20th with all ages .

Our U6 and U10 goes ahead as normal this week on Saturday May 13th .

Park Fc Club ACADEMY team of the week

St Brendans Park Fc Club ACADEMY team of the week, Saturday 6th May 2017

1. Eoin O’Flaherty u10
2. Patrick Leen u7
3. Ethan Ballard u9.
4. Marouan Benziadan u8
5. Jack Stack u6
6. Dylan McEvoy u6
7. Branden Pierce u10
8. Jamie Ward u8
9. Theo Wattam u7
10. Kalum Ballard u5
11. Seadhna OBriain u8

(Youths) Jimmy Falvey Memorial Cup Final ; Fenit Samphires 2-1 Park Fc

Our youth team just came up short on Saturday night against a well organised Fenit Samphires side in the Jimmy Falvey memorial Youth Cup FFinal. In the game that came right down to the final whistel with the result in doubt the Park boys and management can be very proud of their efforts .

Park Fc captain Ciaran Killeen with match officials before the start of the Jimmy Falvey memorial Youth Cup Final

Fenit started the quicker and it took two great saves from David Oba to keep it scoreless early on. Continue reading (Youths) Jimmy Falvey Memorial Cup Final ; Fenit Samphires 2-1 Park Fc