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 at
http://www.flickr.com/photos/corkbilly and search under AUL.

Sunday, April 30, 2006


AUL 1A, top four clash

Geoffrey O'Callaghan headed the late winner as Kanturk kept the pressure on 1A leaders Castleview with a fine 3-2 away win over Ballyvolane. The 'View, who have 3 games to go, would have been champs on the day had Ballyvolane won. More details in Wednesday's Echo.
Picture shows Ballyvolane's Dave Hickey (left) and Tadhg Collins watching the ball. AUL 1A, at Ballyvolane Park, 30.04.06.

Saturday, April 29, 2006


AUL 1 Top of Table


Scorer Johnny Towler (seen celebrating with Alan O'Mahony, left, in picture) was the main man for Ballyphehane Celtic as they defeated leaders Ballincollig 1-0 in the top of the table AUL 1 clash at the Regional Park today. Ballincollig hit the post three times and must now wait to see how Celtic and UCC (3-1 winners over Douglas today) get on this week and in their direct meeting next Saturday. Two wins for either the Students or Celtic would mean the title but if they both win midweek and draw Saturday, then Ballincollig are back for a three way play-off.

This weekend

I'll be at AUL One, Ballincollig v Ballyphehane on Sat,
One A, Ballyvolane v Kanturk on Sun.

Billy

Sunday, April 23, 2006


Billy Lyons

Harp United 3 Central Rovers 3
(Central won 3-2 on penalties)
Tommy Mullins scored twice in the tie and again in the shootout as Central Rovers pipped Harp Utd in Sunday's City Challenge Cup game at Monard. The game ended at 3-3 and a shootout save by Paul McCarthy put Central on the way to a 3-2 decision.
Pic: Harp's Stephen O'Connell (right) tackles Kieth Callan

Saturday, April 22, 2006


Billy Lyons

Well done to Macroom who broke the unbeaten record of champions Grattan Utd by winning 2-1 in Premier A today (Sat) at O'Neill Park. Veteran Kevin Sheehan (centre pic) scored a gem for the winners who kept their own promotion hopes alive. Congrats to Grattan who were presented with the league trophy after the game.

Monday, April 17, 2006

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Well done to Kinsale on their great win over Clonmel Town in the 1/4 final of the Munster Senior Cup. Visitors Clonmel went ahead in the 2nd minute. Steve O'Donovan equalised late on before extra time strikes by Declan Ryan (left) and Danny Searls put Kinsale through to face Cobh Ramblers.

Well done also to the Village B side that put up a great show before losing 2-1 (aet) to Premier A team Togher Rvrs in the AOH. John McNamara put Village ahead early in 2nd half; Austin O'Connor netted a late equaliser and an extra time free kick special by Danny Cooper gave Togher a hard earned win at Silverheights.
Billy Lyons

The Annual General Meeting of the Cork AUL will take place in Quality Shandon Court Hotel on Wednesday, 7 June 2006 commencing at 7. 30 p.m. Admission will be by ticket only as per the rules of the League.

The Annual General Meeting of the Munster Football Association will take place in Kilmurry Lodge Hotel, Dublin Road, Castletroy, Limerick on Saturday, 10 June 2006 commencing at 2.30 p.m. Admission is by ticket only and any club wishing to attend this meeting should write to Gerard Delaney, 12 Ballinure Cottages, Blackrock Cork for their admission ticket to the meeting. Each club is entitled to one ticket per team affiliated.

Football Association of Ireland Service to Football Awards.
Under a new initiative, in conjunction with The Irish Daily Star and Citywest Hotel, the Football Association of Ireland will recognise individuals within clubs who have made a contribution to Irish Football from grassroots to national level through the Service to Football Awards.
The Service to Football Awards will recognise and honour the significant and valued contributions of individuals at all levels of the game, who devote their volunteer time and effort to the fostering and development of the game of football in Ireland. Volunteers may be nominated for outstanding service or contribution to football at club, local league, provincial, national or international level.
Volunteers may be nominated for a consistent and continuous record of volunteer service to football and must be a volunteer during the past year. Nominations can be made on the official nomination form. Any club, club member, league, provincial association or individual may submit nominations.
The Service to Football Awards will be presented at the FAI AGM in Citywest Hotel in July.
Closing date for entries is Friday, 30 June 2006.
Further forms are available on www.fai.ie and all completed forms should be returned to:
Corporate Afffairs Department,
Football Association of Ireland,
80 Merrion Square,
Dublin 2.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006


ST MICHAEL'S CUP FINAL 04.04.06

Ballyphehane Celtic 1 Mayfield United 1
Ballyphehane won 5-4 on penalties.

Skipper Philip Long fired in the winning spotter as Ballyphehane Celtic pipped Mayfield United 5-4 on penalties after their Murphy’s Stout St Michael’s Cup final at Turner’s Cross last evening had ended at 1-1 after normal and extra time. It was the second final shootout loss in a row for the Mayfield lads, as last season, they were edged out by Ballintotis.


In the 43rd minute, referee Tom Tully ruled that Mayfield's Sean Madden had clattered into the back of Eric Dunlea as they both went for a dropping ball and full back Ryan came up to score past Ramsell.

Mayfield drew level in the final minute. Then a Conor Lehane effort broke loose close to goal and young Cillian Burns pounced to take the tie to extra time.

Ballyphehane Celtic: Alan Crowley, Joe Ryan, Wayne Hogan, Philip Long (captain), David Bennett, Danny Long, Trevor Dunlea, Eric Dunlea, Alan O’Mahony, Jonathan Murphy and Johnny Towler. Subs: Wayne Dunlea for Towler (84th), David O’Mahony for Murphy (86th), Michael Lee for W. Dunlea (90th minute, injured), Kevin Ward and Damien Farrelly.

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