Cork AUL

All the news from the Murphy's Stout Cork AUL and the DISC Cork Youths Soccer Leagues here: fixtures, tables, cup draws and more.
See also the links below (on right) for the Cork Youths Website and the AUL website. Also stay in touch with the soccer pages in the Evening Echo. See my old photos in many posts below and also at
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Wednesday, November 14, 2018


CORK AUL CUP DRAWS
CITY CHALLENGE CUP 1ST ROUND
Dunbar Celtic v Lakewood Ath B
Grangevale v Blackstone Rovers
Blackpool Celtic v  LeeviewAth B
Greenmount Rangers v Temple Utd
Glen Celtic v Grattan Utd B
Castleview v Central Rovers
All other teams bye to 2nd round
COUNTY CUP 1ST ROUND
KillumneyUtd v Hibernians
Ard Na Laoi v Corkbeg
Strand Utd v Richmond
Cloughduv Celtic v Knockraha
Springfield v WatergrasshillUtd
Kilmichael Rovers v SouthcoastAth
Rathcoole Rovers v Los Zarcos
All other teams bye to 2nd round


FAI NEW BALANCE JUNIOR CUP
5th Round Draw
Gorey Rangers                                                             v                              Rathkeale FC
Manorhamilton Rangers                                              v                              St. Michaels FC
St. Kevins Boys FC                                                      v                              Pike Rovers
Freebooters FC                                                             v                              Fermoy FC or Rathcoole Rovers
Ringmahon Rangers                                                     v                              Greencastle Celtic
Castlebar Celtic                                                            v                              Usher Celtic
Muirhevna Mor or Drogheda Town                            v                           Ballynanty Rovers
Newmarket Celtic                                                        v                              Waterford Crystal
New Oak Boys FC                                                       v                              Cappry Rovers
Athenry FC                                                                   v                              St. Josephs FC or Tramore FC
Killeaney FC or Bally Rvs or Castleisland FC         v                              VEC FC
Bohemians FC                                                             v                              Crumlin Utd
Rosemount FC or Kingswood Castle FC                   v                              Dunboyne FC or Castle Celticn Utd                                                                   v                              Macroom FC
Moneygall FC or Peake Villa FC                               v                              Carrig Celtic
Conn Rangers FC                                                       v                              Sheriff YC
Ardmore Rvs or St. Pauls Artane FC                        v                              MP FC
Park Celtic                                                                  v                              Bansha Celtic or Clonmel Town
Evergreen FC                                                              v                              Loughrea Rams
Killarney Celtic                                                           v                              Regional Utd.
Newport Town FC                                                       v                              Carbury FC
Willow Park FC                                                           v                              Ferrybank FC
Glengad Utd                                                                 v                              Geraldines FC
Swords Celtic                                                               v                              Crettyard Utd.
FC Transilvania                                                           v                              Wayside Celtic
Ballinasloe Town                                                         v                              Westport Utd.
St. John Bosco FC                                                       v                              B T Harps
Blarney Utd                                                                 v                              Aishling Annacotty FC
Glin Rovers                                                                 v                              Lakewood Ath.
Birr Town                                                                     v                              Villa FC
Boot Road Celtic or Oliver Bond Celtic                    v                              Suncroft FC or Newbridge Hotspurs
Carragline Utd B                                                               v                              Mervue Utd.
Ties to be played by the 2nd December 2018.


Grattan v Douglas H 18s 12.10.03

Grattan v Douglas H 18s 12.10.03
Match details below

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Douglas Hall
YOUTHS 
Grattan Utd 1 Douglas Hall 1

A couple of high quality goals were shared as top sides Grattan Utd and Douglas Hall drew 1-1 in AUL Youths One. John Kearney turned in a classy performance for Grattan and was a deserving winner of the Echo Man of the Match award.

Both sides missed chances before Douglas hit the front with a 57th minute beauty. A corner kick came in from the right; Derek O'Sullivan met it in flight and volleyed an unstoppable shot past keeper Niall Collins.

Man of the match Kearney started and finished the move that produced the 83rd minute equaliser. His finishing from an acute angle was brilliant and keeper John McConnell could do nothing about it.

Grattan: Niall Collins, Darren Galvin, Anthony Magee, Anthony Peelo, Brian Sullivan, John Kearney, Padraig Crowley, John Paul Ricken, Stephen Walsh, Ernie Fleming, Timmy O'Mahony. Subs: Colin Sullivan, Eric Brown, Ryan Caulfield, Jonathan McCarthy, Martin Dunne, Anthony Goulding.
Douglas Hall: John McConnell, Kevin O’Sullivan, Graham Coughlan, Derek O’Sullivan, Seamus Long, John Barry, Mark O’Callaghan, Shane Kennedy, Neil Burke, Stephen Barry, Richard Arnopp. Subs: Adrian O'Donovan and Dave O’Connor.

Referee:  Eddie Foley.
Grattan Utd
Glenvale Nov 2003

Glenvale Sep 2003

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Ballincollig v Rathcoole semi-final 19 Dec 03

Ballincollig Rathcoole 19 Dec 03
Match Details Below

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Ballincollig
Rathcoole Rovers




ST MICHAEL’S CUP SEMI-FINAL

Ballincollig 1 Rathcoole Rovers 1
(Rathcoole won 4-3 on penalties, after extra time)

James O’Connor whacked in the clinching spotter as Alfie Cooney’s Rathcoole Rovers took the shootout route to the final of the Murphy’s Stout St Michael’s Cup. Ballincollig had blown a couple of spotters over the bar as O’Connor came up to take the last of the regulation ten. Ballincollig keeper Owen Walsh had made one fine save in this phase but couldn't get near O'Connor's effort and Rathcoole were in the decider on a 4-3 decision.

It looked as if they’d clinched their place about 30 minutes  earlier. Then Gerald O'Connell had scored off a cross by strike colleague Tadhg Brown, the man of the match.

There were just about four minutes left and a wee bit of injury time. But wounded Ballincollig rallied and McAlpine came in at the far post to equalise from an injury time corner.

There had been more drama in those few minutes than in the rest of the game. The teams were well matched throughout the park, particularly in the middle where a ding dong tussle between Ballincollig’s seasoned campaigned John Kelleher and Rathcoole’s battling Trevor Murphy developed into one of the highlights of the game. It was honours even here and that was more or less the story throughout the pitch over the one hundred and ten minutes.

John McAlpine was perhaps the top man for Ballincollig. He was regularly involved in their build-ups as well as getting that late late equaliser. On the other side, the top player was undoubtedly Tadhg Brownie, the man of the match.

His runs were a joy on a bitterly cold afternoon. Pity he didn't get more of the ball because, when he had it, he rose the temperature. He showed his potential in the 10th minute, worked his way into the left hand side of the Ballincollig box before delivering a chipped cross that eluded friend and foe alike as it crossed the face of the goal.

The Rathcoole defence was somewhat jittery in the 2nd half and Donal Cashman needed to be decisive a few minutes later. Then McAlpine looked set to turn in a low cross in the box but Donal got there first and whacked the ball out for a corner.

Rathcoole settled after that and Ballincollig were undone in the 86th minute. Tadhg was again the culprit, collecting the ball on half-way and skipping away from tackles by Anthony Hogan and John Kelleher before getting into the box and squaring the ball for O'Connell to score from close range.

The visitors held on until the end of normal time but were caught in the first minute of injury time. Then Benny swung in a corner and McAlpine came in at the far post and steered it home for the equaliser.
Ballincollig: Owen Walsh, Jason “Benny” O'Leary, Adrian Brady, Trevor O'Mahony, John McAlpine, John Kelleher, Terry Coomey, Brian Hartnett, Anthony Hogan (captain), Thomas Galvin and Dave Kenny. Subs used: Colin Weste for Galvin (60th minute) and Dec Flanagan for Coomey (start of extra time).
Rathcoole Rovers: Fergal Walsh, Donal Cashman (captain), Hugh Sheehan, James O’Connor, Michael Cashman, John Browne, Ger McSweeney, Trevor Murphy, Vincent Browne, Tadhg Browne and Gerald O’Connell. Subs: Alan Guerin for V. Brown (69th minute) and David Burke for McSweeney (81st).
Referee: John Lyne.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Everton v Maymount U17s 11.10.03 FAI Cup

Everton v Maymount U17s 11.10.03 FAI Cup
Details below
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Everton 17s
 FAI UNDER 17 CUP 


Everton 0 Maymount Celtic 1

An early first half goal by defender John O’Sullivan gave Maymount Celtic a 1-0 away win over Everton and a place in the 3rd round of the Snickers FAI U17 Cup.

It was a game dominated by defences and no surprise that a defender, Maymount full back Simon Hedderman, got the Errea Sports Man of the Match award. His colleagues Darren O’Regan, scorer O'Sullivan, Anthony Fenton and keeper Jamie Clerkin hardly put a foot wrong all day.

And much the same could be said about the Everton rearguard, the back four well led by central defender Gregory Barry and right full Alan Kelly, and keeper Shane Sherlock was also in commanding form.

Everton, who had defeated Cobh Ramblers in the opening round, were under pressure early on and conceded the goal in the 9th minute. Hedderman floated over a good corner from the right and O'Sullivan headed home in the crowd.
The home side kept pressing forward in search of the equaliser but were nearly undone by a quick counter-attack in the half-hour. The lively Daniel Duggan broke away up the right and fired off a terrific shot but Sherlock made an impressive stop.

And Sherlock was called into action again in the 39th minute, making a brilliant tip over save after Gary Kerrigan had got on the end of a Maymount corner.

Everton were finding it hard enough to make chances at the other end but did threaten in the 40th minute. Then sub Graham Hickey sent a cross speeding towards the near post and that rare moment of anxiety in the Maymount box ended when O'Sullivan stepped in to head clear.

There was work to do for Sherlock in the opening minute of the second half. He just managed to tip an O'Sullivan header, from a corner, onto his bar. It fell back into the six yard box but Coakley’s follow-up header landed on top of the net.

Everton though went on to enjoy the better of the third quarter and should have equalised on the hour. Then sub Hickey laid the ball back to Kelly and his cross found Corcoran unmarked and close to goal. But the striker misjudged the incoming ball and failed to make contact. Everton would not get as good a chance again.

Everton ran out of ideas and steam in the closing minutes and Maymount had chances of adding to their tally. In the 77th minute, Duggan got in but a rapid Sherlock advance forced the Maymount man to shoot too quickly and the ball ran wide.

An Alan King corner was then flicked just over the top by Kelvin O'Leary before Sherlock again denied Duggan with a great save in the 84th minute. Maymount played cagily enough after that and Everton had no further openings and will now have to concentrate on the local competitions.

Everton: Shane Sherlock, Alan Kelly, Joe Ryan, Ken O'Mahony, Gregory Barry, Colin Lyons, Derek Newman, Gavin Kidney, Stephen Corcoran, Alan McCarthy and Keith Houlihan. Subs: Jonathan Quinlan, Gordon Higgins, Graham Hickey and Darren O’Neill.
Maymount Celtic: Jamie Clerkin, Darren O'Regan, Simon Hedderman, John O'Sullivan, Anthony Fenton, Kelvin O'Leary, Alan king, Ian Cullinane, Gary Kerrigan, Howard Coakley, and Daniel Duggan. Subs: Jamie Meehan, Richard Gettings, and Lloyd Crowley.
Referee: Mark O’Flynn.







Maymount Celtic


Sunday, November 11, 2018

Cork Youth Results & Tables

Tuesday, November 6
FAI U17 Cup second round: St Mary’s 2 College Corinthians 1.

Saturday 10th November
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 Premier League: Blarney United 1 Carrigaline United 3.
FAI Youths Cup second round: Carrigaline United 8 Leeside 0, Coachford 9 Macroom 1, Leeds 0 Midleton 1.
Daly Industrial Supplies U18 Premier League: Greenwood 4 Blarney United 1.
Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1A: Kinsale 6 Kilworth Celtic 3, Park United 9 Carrigaline United 2.

Sunday, November 11
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 Premier League: College Corinthians 2 Douglas Hall 1.
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 League 1: Blarney United 4 Coachford 2, Midleton 5 Kanturk 1, Ringmahon Rangers 6 Carrigaline United 0.
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 League 1A: Carrigaline United 2 Innishvilla 4, Corkbeg 5 Douglas Hall 3.
Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1A: Everton 0 Avondale United 4.

Daly Industrial Supplies U17 Premier League

P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
College Corinthians
6
6
0
0
19
5
14
18
St Mary's
6
5
0
1
22
8
14
15
Douglas Hall
5
3
0
2
17
9
8
9
Carrigaline United
7
3
0
4
18
14
4
9
Blarney United
7
3
0
4
16
13
3
9
Springfield Ramblers
6
1
0
5
5
29
-24
3
Fermoy
5
0
0
5
7
26
-19
0









Daly Industrial Supplies U17 League 1
Ringmahon Rangers
9
7
1
1
37
14
23
22
Castleview
10
5
3
2
39
25
14
18
Kilreen Celtic
7
6
0
1
29
17
12
18
Midleton
11
6
0
5
26
32
-6
18
Blarney United
10
5
2
3
28
27
1
17
Coachford
9
4
1
4
26
26
0
13
Springfield Ramblers
9
3
2
4
21
27
-6
11
Kanturk
7
2
3
2
18
16
2
9
Carrigaline United
12
2
3
7
22
36
-14
9
Riverstown
11
2
3
6
17
31
-14
9
Ballincollig
9
2
2
5
15
21
-6
8
Wilton United
8
1
2
5
13
19
-6
5









Daly Industrial Supplies U17 League 1A
Greenwood
7
6
1
0
27
8
19
19
Corkbeg
9
4
1
4
18
21
-3
13
St Mary's
7
3
3
1
14
10
4
12
Watergrasshill United
8
4
0
4
21
18
3
12
College Corinthians
7
2
3
2
18
13
5
9
Carrigtwohill United
7
2
3
2
11
8
3
9
Douglas Hall
9
2
3
4
22
27
-5
9
Innishvilla
7
3
0
4
15
23
-8
9
Carrigaline United
7
0
2
5
6
24
-18
2









Daly Industrial Supplies U18 Premier League

P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
College Corinthians
6
5
0
1
26
6
20
15
Greenwood
6
4
1
1
18
9
9
13
Springfield Ramblers
6
4
1
1
15
13
2
13
Coachford
6
3
0
3
18
12
6
9
Carrigaline United
4
2
1
1
11
7
4
7
Lakewood Athletic
5
2
0
3
10
7
3
6
Blarney United
7
1
0
6
8
31
-23
3
Mayfield United
6
0
1
5
5
26
-21
1









Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1
Lakewood Athletic
9
7
0
2
37
13
24
21
Midleton
8
5
2
1
21
4
17
17
Springfield Ramblers
6
5
1
0
23
7
16
16
Douglas Hall
7
5
1
1
19
6
13
16
Leeside
7
5
0
2
20
13
7
15
Leeds
8
4
1
3
15
20
-5
13
Watergrasshill United
9
2
3
4
16
23
-7
9
Youghal United
7
2
0
5
14
17
-3
6
Rockmount
8
2
0
6
17
28
-11
6
Carrigtwohill United
9
1
0
8
11
35
-24
3
Passage
8
1
0
7
9
36
-27
3









Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1A
Mallow United
8
8
0
0
34
5
29
24
Riverstown
11
8
0
3
37
23
14
24
Park United
10
6
1
3
51
25
26
19
Castleview
12
6
1
5
49
41
8
19
Carrigaline United
10
5
0
5
28
29
-1
15
Macroom
7
3
3
1
24
20
4
12
Kinsale
8
4
0
4
27
27
0
12
Bandon
9
3
3
3
14
23
-9
12
Kilreen Celtic
7
2
1
4
16
22
-6
7
Kilworth Celtic
11
1
3
7
16
33
-17
6
Avondale United
10
1
1
8
16
50
-34
4
Everton
7
0
3
4
8
22
-14
3