Cabinteely Park Soccer Pitches & Football Club.

Cabinteely Football Club today announced its First Team Squad for the SSE Airtricity League of Ireland 2020 season and … Cabinteely Park spans 45 hectares, and includes a children's playground. Republic of Ireland - Cabinteely FC - Results, fixtures, squad, statistics, photos, videos and news - Soccerway The park and soccer pitches are under the control and management of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council. Kilbogget Park hosts rugby, soccer, Gaelic clubs and pitches, as well as a The pitches are home to Cabinteely FC and are used by 60 other teams for training and playing matches.

Photographs show car tyres which have torn through the pitches… Pitches At Kilbogget Park Ruined By Joyriders Likely To Be Unusable Until Summer Repairs under way at Cabinteely FC’s facilities after burnt-out car found there in December They found the car abandoned and burning, with tyre tracks all over the playing fields.

Cabinteely FC call for an end to pitch vandalism after car destroys Kilbogget Park. Deep ruts left by tyres surrounding a burnt-out car can be seen on footage posted on social media by Cabinteely FC.

Our next home match is the first leg of our playoff against Drogheda on Friday October 18th at 7:45pm. There are two football pitches that are used exclusively by Park Celtic FC.

The football pitches are on right hand side beside the Seapoint rugby ground. The club, which uses the pitches at …

They will now have to find a new temporary home as the pitches could be out of action for months. It is a good place to look for rare birds such as the great spotted woodpecker. They were called out to deal with a car being driven around Kilbogget Park after half four on Saturday morning.

Cabinteely Park is based off Brennanstown Road in Cabinteely, Dublin 18.

Pictures show the surfaces completely dug up by tyre tracks with a burnt out car left in the middle of the pitch dublinlive ... home of Cabinteely FC. As many as 60 local clubs use the pitches, including Cabinteely Football Club (FC), and the pitches are used for different sports and recreations.

Gardaí are investigating after two pitches used by Cabinteely FC in south Dublin were destroyed at the weekend. The extent of the damage caused at the training pitches of League of Ireland club Cabinteely has been illustrated by drone footage above the scene of the crime at Kilbogget Park. They will now have to find a new temporary home as the pitches could be out of action for months.

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Cabinteely FC have called for an end to pitch vandalism after being encouraged by the local outrage over their pitches in Kilbogget Park being damaged.