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
In the first game of a double header at the Superbowl, our second team take on Celtic Stars from Clonegal in Division 3.
Vale will be looking to bounce back from their cup defeat to Bagenalstown in their last game before the Christmas break. While Celtic Stars will also be looking
These two teams face each other again this week after last week's Douglas Jewellers Cup game which Vale won 3-1.
That game was an entertaining encounter, as was the recent league meeting which saw Killeshin beat Vale by two goals to one. Vale are five points off Killeshin in the table
Big news coming from Paddy Kerr's press conference this morning. Club legend and all around nice guy Alan Quinn returns to training this week for Vale Wanderers.
Quinn suffered a horrific back injury away to Nurney Villa recently. Quinn has been a permanent fixture in this team in recent years but
Vale welcomed Killeshin to The Superbowl in the Douglas Jewellers Carlow Cup on Sunday. Having recently lost to Killeshin in the league the Vale boys were eager to turn the result around. Club legend and all round good guy Alan Quinn was missing from the squad with injury. As too
Vale second team enter cup mode on Sunday when they welcome Killeshin to The Superbowl.
This will be the second time these teams have met this season. The last encounter ended in a 2-1 win for Killeshin the league. This was an entertaining game and the Vale lads will be hoping
Division 3: St.Josephs 3-2 Vale Wanderers
Vale, missing a few players, put in a lacklustre performance here and Joeys were happy to capitalise and pick up their first win of the season. Vale already missing a few lost striker Jesse Clarke to injury just 12 minutes in, Niall Townsend his replacement.
Our men's Division 3 team make the short trip to Tinryland on Sunday to take on St Josephs.
The fixture represents another local derby in quick succession after this team's 1-1 draw with Nurney Villa last week. That game saw another good performance from this young team under Paddy Kerr and
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