30th September

15 A Tramore 1 Southend 3         

The boys picked up maximum points on their visit to the seaside resort. We started in a very high tempo and were 3 goals to the good after 12 minutes. The rest of the game then became very lethargic with little to report on.Goalscorers were Jack, Aaron and Rhys, who along with Andrew had good games. Well done to the lads however plenty room for improvement here for us to work on.


14 A Southend 5 Bohs 2

Another victory for this talented group in what was a great performance in the art of pure football but we also showed that we have the other qualities needed in games to secure victory.
Scorers.Calum Flynn 4 and Jimmy Byrnes 1 in a game in which we introduced our new set of jerseys in which the lads looked resplendent in.


U12B Bohs 3 Southend Utd 2
A wonderful performance from this squad who were very unlucky not to gain anything here .Despite this defeat we are very positive after some great play at times, Two goals from Fidolah , with Eddie was fantastic on goal with great performances from Kennedy, Darragh and Emily,Well done all involved.


16B Southend Utd 4 Ballyduff 2
After this game we remain undefeated with 3 wins and a draw, It’s great to see this side show no fear against bigger physical sides, We took the lead when Jamie Hutchinson scored with a fine placed effort from outside the box, next up was Jack Cox who deservedly got 2 goals and Emmanuel Imistogie who rounded off a great passing move to calmly slot home. A thoroughly deserved win


16A SFAI cup
Southend Utd 4 Freebooters 0
We go in to the next round of the national cup courtesy of a fine win here .Going in at the break nil all we knew if we stuck to our game plan that chances would come, and indeed they did Some fine goals from Devon, Anthony and a brace for Sam ensured a safe passage through. However M.O.T.M.was Brooklyn who worked tirelessly throughout. Thanks to all who provided food for this game, much appreciated.
FAI Junior Cup Southend 4 Kilmacow 1

Goals from Niall o Toole , Billy Ryan , John o Donnell and David McGrath were good enough for us to move forward in this competition after Kilmacow shocked us with a goal in the first minute and indeed our visitors gave a very good account of themselves in this game,