CARNINY Amateur & Youth FC held their annual fundraising challenge game on Saturday when a team made up of coaches took on a 'parents' team on the 3G pitch at Ballymena Showgrounds.
A considerable amount of cash was raised by the competing players from both teams along with the match spectators which will be equally divided to the chosen charities of Radio Cracker and the Simon Community.
The club would wish to thank all who supported the event and hope the donation will be put to good use.
FDC RESUMES IN FEBRUARY
The club’s popular Football Development Centre resumes in February with its usual slot on Saturday mornings, 11-12 noon at St Louis Grammar School.
The centre caters for boys and girls born 2014, 2013 and 2012.
Enrolment forms will be available soon on the club’s Facebook page and the club website www.carninyyouthfc.co.uk.
COUNTRY GARAGE BMW
Carniny Amateur and Youth FC Secretary Billy O'Flaherty was happy to receive continued sponsorship from Country Garage Ballymena BMW Sales Executive Lee McMaster this week.
The local car dealer has supported the club for a number of years now.
2010/2011 FUTSAL TRAINING
In preparation of the club’s entry into the IFA run 'FUTSAL' competition in January, Carniny are holding Futsal training for their 2010 and 2011 at Wellington church sports hall.
Anyone of these two age groups looking to join the club contact Billy on 07850669666.
U15 SBYL CUP FINAL
Last weekend saw the club’s Under 15s in the Division one Supplementary Cup Final against North Belfast boys, Shamrock FC.
The boys went behind in the 15th minute and Shamrock hit a second.
Shamrock won a penalty, but young Nathanael Hanna did well to get down low to deny the Belfast boys a third.