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The Lions Clubs of Ireland organise an annual All-Ireland underage soccer competition. St Joseph's FC Sallynoggin under 13's boys team (see above), supported by Dun Laoghaire Lions Club, won the 2017 competition with a 2-1 win in the final against College Corinthians Cork under 13's, supported by Cork Lions Club, and played in Portlaoise



Attending the final of the Lions u13 football competition held in Portlaoise are (l. To r.): Eamon Teehan, President Maureen Gibson and Joe Curry, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club; District Governor Teresa Dineen, and Chris Allander, Cork Lions Club



At the presentation of trophies following the final of Lions u13's football competition are Richard McSweeney, District Youth Football Officer, and Teresa Dineen, District Governor. Below: College Corinthians u13's
Lions u13's football competition 2016

The Lions Clubs of Ireland organise an annual All-Ireland underage soccer competition. St Joseph's FC Sallynoggin under 13's boys team (see above), supported by Dun Laoghaire Lions Club, won the 2016 competition in August with a 3-0 win in the final against Salthill Devon FC under 13's, played in Galway
St Joseph's FC Sallynoggin under 13's boys team celebrates its victory; and among the attendance are (l. to r.): Larry Lohan, President, and Joe Curry, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club; Matt Molloy, President, Galway Lions Club; Richard McSweeney, District Football Officer; Eamon Teehan, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club, and Tom Burke, Galway Lions Club 
St Joseph’s FC Sallynoggin under 13’s boys team (see above left), supported by Dun Laoghaire Lions Club, reached the 2016 final following a 4-2 win in the semi-final against Armagh (see above right) on Sunday 5th June
St Joseph's FC Sallynoggin and Armagh FC under 13's boys teams together



Enjoying the semi-final match in Sallynoggin on 5th June are (l. to r.): Larry Kehoe, Joe Curry and John Brown, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club; Gavin Elliott (front); Malcolm Dawson (back) and David Elliott, Armagh Lions Club, and Eamon Teehan, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club

The Lions Clubs of Ireland organise an annual All-Ireland underage soccer competition. St Joseph’s AFC Sallynoggin under 12’s boys team (see photo above), supported by Dun Laoghaire Lions Club, reached the 2015 final following a 7-4 win in the semi-final against Castlebar Celtic (see photo below). The team lost to Cork College Corinthians in the final




Outgoing President of Dun Laoghaire Lions Club presents the Lions International top recognition – the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award – to George Forsyth, who recently retired as Chairman of St Joseph’s Boys AFC Sallynoggin, a position he held for the past 18 years

 
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