First team coach Gary Halligan was in confident mood ahead of a full week of Rag Week fixtures. Halligan has been training hard this year and feels the hard work will pay off now the big day has arrived.
Physically and mentally I have never felt better. Apart from the regular
On Sunday 18th February, The Superbowl will play host to a local derby double header. Vale Wanderers A take on Nurney Villa A in the Division 1/2/3 Cup. While Vale Wanderers B take on Nurney B in the Division 3 league.
Vale B and Nurney Villa B have met twice already
Striker Andy Brennan had the type of day where the only thing you could fault was his haircut.
The striker bagged six of Vale's nine goals in this cup game. Within ten minutes Brennan had a hatrick. Goalkeeper Ger Kieran and Des Shaw assisting Brennan.
Des Shaw bagged his first and second
A depleted Vale side welcomed a fancied Dolmen Celtic side to The Superbowl on Sunday. Missing six of their squad a tough task lay ahead.
The first half proved to be just that with Dolmen dominating proceedings. The Carlow Town team scored in 7, 30 and 34 minutes to leave the
After a thrilling win against Castle Rangers last week, Vale return to The Superbowl to take on Dolmen Celtic.
This fixture sees two of the top three take each other on to close the gap to first place Slaney Rovers. Both teams have games in hand on the Rathvilly outfit and
Despite a healthy return of goals in their league campaign, Vale have cursed their luck in front of goals recently, with missed chances dominating the post match discussion. That would change today however as the Vale forward play returned 6 goals against a good Castle Rangers outfit.
Within two minutes Andy
Our Men's first team travel to Carlow Town on Sunday to take on Castle Rangers in the Herald Striker Division 1 league.
Vale come into this game after late drama against Baltinglass Town last week. Despite dropping points at home, the mood in the camp is excellent as the team is
Having won three of their last three games, Vale approached this game full of confidence. Baltinglass were sure to offer a stern test of that confidence however.
The first half was scrappy in parts but Vale looked dangerous when they got the holy trinity of Lee Conran, Trevor Nolan and Andy
After two away games, our men's Division 1 team return to The Superbowl to take on Baltinglass Town this Sunday.
Three wins from their last three games has confidence high in the Vale camp but the squad is well aware a tough task lays ahead on Sunday. Coach Podge Doyle had
All senior (A squad and B squad) and under 18s players are asked to attend a meeting in The Superbowl at 8pm Tuesday 7th July. Purpose of this meeting is to introduce new managers for the squads and layout plans for the upcoming season.
If any new players are interested in