What a season it’s been for Carlow’s New Oak Boys FC.
We caught up with Conor Byrne a few weeks ago when they were in the hunt for five trophies, with two won in Carlow, two to go, and an LFA competition to get stuck into.
Although they exited the LFA Cup, they did make the semi-final stage and only got knocked out due to a goal in injury time of extra time against North End Utd.
It was a cruel way to go out however they’d be forgiven for that as they had an extremely busy month with the other finals taking place and trying to keep on top of injuries and squads to make sure they were as fresh as they could be.
On Saturday evening, New Oak took on Slaney Rovers in Killeshin in the Douglas Jewellers Carlow Cup Final.
Lee Murphy opened the scoring before Dean Kelly made it 2-0, giving the side their fourth cup and the quadruple.
The Keating Memorial Cup was won the previous weekend with a 5-2 win over Parkville.
The LFA Cup semi-final against North End United was before that.
And in the week’s previous, New Oak wrapped up the National Premier Division for the second year in a row.
The KCLR Carlow Shield was wrapped up earlier in the year.