Home Farm FC got their Leinster Senior League campaign up and running with a 4-2 victory at home to TEK United on Friday night, August 18th.
Kilcock man Aaron Brilly was on the score sheet with the hosts first, a header to equalise the game at 1-1 before half time.
Home Farm ran out 4-2 winners as they continued their unbeaten start to the season, which has seen them go all the way to the final of the Clements Cup, a game still to be played.
Former Kilcock Celtic player Adam O’Connell has signed for Shelbourne football clubs U19s.
O’Connell, who was last year part of Longford Town’s U19 panel under the guidance of fellow Kilcock man Brendan Rooney (coach) has rekindled that partnership following this move to Tolka Park.
Rooney joined Wayne Groves on the management team at Shels late last year and the pair continuing to piece together their desired squad.
O’Connell has joined at the same time as fellow youngsters Cian McGarry and Gabi Aghinita.