December 2023

As we break for Christmas, the first part of the season has been a difficult one for Cookstown Seniors, the seniors have found things difficult this year in the league, gifting the opposition goals an not taking there scoring opportunities when they come in games...

Under the guidance of manager Nigel Donnelly and seasoned coaches Nigel Talbot and Andy Warwick, CYFC u18’s have made the massive step from the Mid-Ulster League at u17 to the NIBFA NL this season with wins over Hillsborough Boys, Ballymoney and Top of the Hill...

The u17s started off the season with a very different team from last season with the 2007s and 2008s joining together and a few additions from other clubs threw into the mix also. They started off the season with no keeper due to new signing...

Cookstown U15 National League side have had an up and down start to the season with results not telling the true story. The lads have managed to pick up 5 victories so far this season in the National League but their performances across the league...

Despite getting off to a great start in the league, winning two out of our first three fixtures, the boys have never really got going at all this season. With a few new faces recruited in the summer, although it has definitely strengthened the squad,...

The boys started off in section 2 this year way back in September. They started off with a few thumping wins! They beat Seagoe 6-1, Loughgall 9-1 & Lurgan celtic 5 nil. They had a bad day against Riverdale and got beat 3 - 2...

The season started with a draw agains Ambassadors (2-2) after that we lost again Dunnaman (4-0). The team tried but Dunnaman were better. After that the team just kept playing and giving their best and we won 3 matches in a row. I could tell...

Cookstown Youth U11s have shown tremendous progress in the first half of the season, having secured victory in 8 out of 13 matches. This success has been built on some electric attacking displays with the team scoring 66 goals, across 8 different goalscorers and already...

The young Colts have had a really good start to their first league campaign. Having only started training together on the 18th July they didn’t have much time to bond before being entered into the Markethill Cup on the 11th August. The lads went down...

The under 10s started the SSG at MUSA in September but very quicky realized that they were to strong for it and they need a new challenge so they entered the south Belfast league although this would lead to a lot of travelling all the...