CLINT COLEMAN BENEFIT MATCH
Woodvale FC v Billy Hamilton XISunday, 3rd March 2013SEAVIEWKick Off 3:00PM
Tickets are available at £3 each via the paypal link above or by contacting any Woodvale FC committee member.
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The latest news and upcoming events at Woodvale Football Club
BILLY HAMILTON SELECT XI ANNOUNCED
The Squad has been announced for the Billy Hamilton Select XI to take on Woodvale FC in this Sunday's benefit game being held for Clint Coleman. The game, at Seaview kicks off at 3:00 with some big names from the local game in attendance.
The squad is as follows:
Niall Currie, Mal Donaghy, Brian Strain, John Devine, Gary Smyth, Pat McGibbon, Gerard Lyttle, Gary Smyth, Norman Kelly, Darren Murphy, Jamie Marks, Gavin Arthur, Keith Gillespie, Michael Hughes, Ian Stewart, Tim McCann, Stephen McBride, Chris Morgan, Glenn Ferguson, Gerry McMahon, George O'Boyle, Rory Hamill
With another season out of the way, the new one is only round the corner.
Pre-Season training for Woodvale Football Club begins on Saturday, 14th July 2012. The session, at Clarendon, will begin at 2:00PM.
Any player wishing to try out for the Firsts, Seconds, Under 19s, or the new Under 17s, are invited to attend.
We hope to see you all there and look forward to some new faces.
Woodvale Football Club can announce that they will form an Under 17 team for the forthcoming 2012-13 season.
The team under the direction of Academy Directors Joe and Philip McWilliams, and under the matchday supervision of David Dunwoody and his team, will compete in the South Belfast Youth League.
This is another exciting move by our club to expand the Youth Academy, coming after the Under 19 side were successful in winning a League and Cup double.
Any player born between 1994 and 1997 can sign up for the youth academy and can come to pre-season training to sign the forms.
The Future's Bright, The Future's Orange!
After a long and hard, successful season, Woodvale Football Club celebrated in Style.
Awards were handed out for each teams Player of the Year, selected by the coaches from within the squads.
The players at the club also had an anonymous ballot to select Players' Player of the Year, whilst the Top Goalscorers were also rewarded.
Players' Player of the Year:
1st Team - Bryan McAllister
2nd Team - Dean Harrison and Trevor Moran
Youth Team - Thomas Barrow
Player of the Year
1st Team - Brian Cassidy
2nd Team - Jonathan Little
Youth Team - Karl Bowen
Overall Club Goalscorer in Memory of Meanies - Dean McCallum
1st Team - Brian Cassidy
2nd Team - David Hamilton
Youth Team - Gareth Hill
Club Man of the Year
Darren Waite and David Milligan
Also presented were, two, Ten Year Service awards to Jonathan McKee and Craig Courtney
A strong Woodvale contingent travlled to Muff, County Donegal to take in the sights of entertainment of the small village as the club ended the season with a very well deserved get-away.
The Weekend saw Jonny Little become Woodvales 'Hardest Man', Whilst Darren Paul and Philip Rodgers had a moment they WON'T want to tell the grandkids.
Woodvale Youth have finished the season in style after defeating C.S.P. by 4-2 to win the North Down Youth League Cup. In what has been a marathon season, which also seen the team reach the last eight of the Harry Cavan Irish Youth Cup, Every boy in the squd can be extremely proud of their accomplishments.
Well Done boys. WATW.
Darren Waite's reserve side have finally clinched NAFL division 3D with a win over Kilroot Rec II's. This ensures that the seconds will finish the season unbeaten in the league, and gives Waite's side their 2nd league championship and 3rd trophy in there 3 years since entering the Amateur League.
In what was a nail-biting and nervy performance, the Youth Team defeated Doyle FC 3-1 to ensure that they picked up the North Down Youth League championship in only their second season. Congratulations goes out to each and every player that took to the field for the 19's. Well Done
The players and management at Woodvale Football Club would like to express our sincere sympathy to the family of Stuart 'Meanies' Hollywood.
Meanies was well loved by the entire community and by every member of our club. He will be sadly missed
Newtowne - Favourites; St Pats. - Favourites; And then Bessbrooke United - Favourites.
You couldn't have picked a harder run to the trophy, but congratulations to David McAllister and his squad of superstars for overcoming all the odds and lifting the 2011 Coca-Cola Junior Cup.
Monday, 2nd May 2011 will be the biggest date in our clubs history as our entire club travel to Loughgall to take part in the Coca-Cola Irish Junior Cup. The opposition being Bessbrook United from the Carbane League.
You can book your place on one of our buses by seeing any member of the clubs committee.
Following the first teams success down in Newry against Finn Harps, We have drawn an away fixture in the quartrer-finals of the Coca-Cola Irish Junior Cup. David McAllisters squad will travel north east to Limavady to take on Newtowne.
The game wll take place on Saturday, 26th February.
A new part to our website, The Chairmans Blog is now up and running. This will feature regular entries from our chairman on various issues surrounding Woodvale Football Club. Whether it be, weekend updates, cup draws or events happening within the club, Gary will keep everyone connected to the club informed.
It should prove to be interesting reading, so keep an eye out for it being updated.
The first ever Woodvale FC playstation tournament was won by a future Woodvale FC player. Gareth Hill who will join the club in the summer defeated wee Joe McWilliams in the final to conclude a marathon night of FIFA 11 action.
28 competitors took part in the tournament which seen the pre-tournament favourite, Sam Donaldson eliminated at the Semi-Final stage by McWilliams.