Cork AUL

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Saturday, January 26, 2008

Will Ahern leads the Ballyphehane charge in FAI win - read all about it in ECHO (MON), STAR (TUES) and the DERRY JOURNAL...

AUL Results at 6.00 SUN
Umbro FAI Junior Cup, 6th round: Ballyphehane Celtic 2 Moville Celtic 0; New Ross Celtic 2 Grattan Utd 2, Grattan won 5-4 on pens.Lucozade Sport Munster Junior Cup: Douglas Hall 4 Village Utd 2; Ballincollig 2 Newcastle West 4; Aisling Annacotty 4 Mayfield Utd 1; Knockainey 2 Kinsale 1.
Murphy’s Stout City Challenge Cup: Douglas Hall 2 City Wanderers 1; Bohemians 5 Albert Rovers 1; Crescent Athletic 0 Ballyvolane 3; Hillington A 2 Examiner/Echo 1.
Murphy’s Stout County Cup: Hibernians A 3 Rylane Celtic 2; Richmond 2 Carrigaline Utd 3; Rathcoole Rovers A 2 Leeside B 1; Buttevant A 2 Rathcoole Rovers B 1; Brooklodge Utd 1 Springfield 1, Springfield won 2-1 on pens; Glanworth Utd 3 Coachford 2; Ballintotis 2 Waterloo Celtic 2, Ballintotis won 5-4 on pens; Watergrasshill A 1 Passage A 0; Shanavoher 0 Mallow Utd 2; Millstreet Celtic 5 Buttevant B 0; Knockraha B 0 Watergrasshill B 4; Innishvilla 4 St John Bosco’s B 1; Corkbeg 2 Passage B 3; Los Zarcos 2 Macroom 3 aet.
Murphy’s Stout Premier: Castleview 2 Glenthorn Celtic 3; Villa United 3 Park United 2; Macroom 1 Blarney Street Athletic 2; Coachford 1 Kanturk 0; Wilton Utd 0 Dunbar Celtic 1; Knockavilla 4 Leeds 2; Springfield 2 Greenmount Rangers 3.
Murphy’s Stout First Division: UCC 2 Killumney Utd 2; Knockraha 2 Glen Celtic 1; Mayfield Utd v Carrigtwohill off; Greenwood 1 Dillon’s Cross 4.
Murphy’s Stout Second Division: Kilreen Celtic 2 Dunbar Celtic 4; Blackpool Celtic 0 Glenvale 4; Castleview 0 Blackstone Rovers 6.
Murphy’s Stout Third Division: Hibernians 0 Ballinhassig 4; casement Celtic 1 Ballincollig 2; Leeds 3 UCC 0; De Courcey 1 Ard-Na-Laoi 4; Leeview 3 Wilton Utd 0..
Saturday, January 26
Youth Premier League: Greenwood 3 Fermoy 1; Wilton 2 Everton 2; Cobh Ramblers 0 College Corinthians 2.
Youth League 1: Blarney 3 Dunbar 2; Bandon 2 Crosshaven 3; College Corinthians (B) 2 Passage 3; Douglas Hall 0 Carrigaline 2; Mayfield 0 Avondale 2.
Sunday, January 21
U17 Premier League: Everton 0 Ringmahon 1; College Corinthians 0 Templemount 1; Lakewood 0 Wilton 2; Castleview 2 Cobh Ramblers 3.
U17 League 1: Ballincollig 3 Greenwood 1; Fermoy 1 Coachford-Killinardrish 1; Douglas Hall 5 Dunbar 0; Macroom 1 Innishvilla 1; Mallow 1 Leeside\Knockraha 1.

End of story

Tomorrow's Ballincollig v Newcastle West game has been switched from the Regional Park to the Community School Ground (2.00pm)

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Three games in the fourth round of the Lucozade Sport Munster Junior Cup tomorrow afternoon and, in all three, it is Cork AUL v Limerick. The results could go 2-1 to Limerick with Aisling Annacotty and Newcastle West expected to get the better of Mayfield United and Ballincollig respectively and with better prospects for Kinsale, away to Knockainey.

Ballincollig are the only one of the Cork sides to have home advantage and the only team to be facing a side from the Limerick Desmond League. But it could have been an easier task for manager Eoin Fehily and his charges. Visitors Newcastle West are top of the Desmond Premier League and have a very impressive goals record of 28 for and 9 against. Beside, the quality of the Desmond League was underlined with their recent 2-0 win over the AUL in the Oscar Traynor Cup.

But Ballincollig used home advantage and their inbred never say die spirit to ambush Ballyphehane Celtic in this competition and Fehily and the lads will feel that can do it again tomorrow in the Regional Park (kick off 2.00pm).

Conor Cunningham runs a pretty efficient backline where Ian Goggin is also prominent. Rob Quinn, Gavin O’Callaghan and Owen O’Keeffe can drive them on from midfield and while Darren Forde, Gray Foulkes and flanker Steven Nolan are all capable of hitting the target.

Mayfield United, nominally the third adult string in the thriving club, are really up against it in Limerick as opponents Aisling Annacotty are one of the leading sides in the Limerick District League. They are in contention for the Premier title and that speaks volumes for their quality.

Mayfield United have surprised quite a few by getting to this stage of the competition and the management team of Ger Lotty and Jim Monaher will be keen to continue that trend against the odds. Aisling Annacotty are a top side but even they will have to work hard to get chances against a back line so well led by Brian Coughlan and backed by ace keeper James Kirby. Coughlan is off to Australia next month and will like nothing better than to leave with a shock win under his belt.

Chris Daly, Trevor Boyd and Trevor Daly do the business in the middle and Shane Shaughnessy can make inroads on the flank. Roy Crowley and Paul Foley know where the net is and others who can contribute include Alan Monaher, Paul Attridge, skipper Brendan O’Halloran, Steven Crowley, Patrick Duggan and Kieran O’Sullivan.

Kinsale were outplayed in the FAI by crack Tipperary side St Michael's last weekend. The seasiders, managed by Barry McGovern and Ger Foran, are on the road again tomorrow but will be hoping for a better result when they take on Knockainey, a side who ply their trade in the lower reaches of One B in the Limerick League.

The Cork side are experienced enough to bounce back from the Cooke Park reverse and strong enough to get past a side from below the top rank in Limerick. Derek McCarthy scored a great goal last week and expect him to do the business again tomorrow, not alone in scoring but in setting them up for the likes of Derek Varian. Declan Ryan and Jeremy O’Donovan are expected to be steady at the back while Peter Jones and Florence Lynch should have them ticking over nicely in the middle of the Park.

Grattan United are also on their travels. They will have been boosted by their big win against Pearse Celtic last Saturday night but manager Pat Caulfield will know that New Ross Celtic, a leading side in the Wexford League, will present a tougher task in tomorrow’s FAI tie but it’s one that Grattan should accomplish.

Caulfield's crew, who have been further reinforced by recent signings, were on fire in the final quarter against Pearse last weekend. Internationals John Paul O’Sullivan and Pat O’Connor ran the Cork second division side ragged in the closing stages.

It won't be as easy tomorrow but the visitors should be able to steer a course to victory. With Adam Lynch out with a long term injury, Caulfield will have to decide between Tommy Martin and Mark Smith for the goal-keeping position. Brian O’Sullivan is likely to lead the backline again while John Kelleher and Eric Fleming will almost certainly be among those chosen to provide the ammunition for John Paul and company upfront.

Grattan had been due to play Kilmallock in the Munster Junior Cup. That game has been postponed and it is hoped to play next weekend.

COUNTY CUP: Glanworth have had their successes in the AUL but the County Cup is not among them. They start this season's campaign with a home date against Coachford. The visitors are doing well in 3A but Glanworth will start as favourites.


The FAI have organised a Beginners Course for Referees on Saturday and Sunday March 1st & 2nd. The course will be run by Mr Brian O'Regan and Mr John Stacey, FAI Referee Instructors, over both days in Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa, Tramore Rd., Cork. For info, contact Brian @ 0868113959.

The next AUL disciplinary meeting will be held in the Doughcloyne on January 30th (7.00pm).

Leeside have been awarded the abandoned MJC tie v Village B and will play Crosshaven next weekend.

End of story

Friday, January 25, 2008

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Latest fixtures for 2nd 3rd Feb


Munster Junior Cup Fourth Round (extra time and penalties if required).
Crosshaven v Leeside, Camden (MSL).

AOH Cup Second Round (extra time and penalties if required).
Hillington B v Kinsale, Hillington Park (Ted Callanan).
AOH Cup Third Round (extra time and penalties if required).
Dunbar Celtic A v Wilton United A, Murphys Farm (Michael O`Farrell).
AOH Cup Fourth Round (extra time and penalties if required).
Villa United v Ballintotis, Fairfield (Tony Thompson).

County Cup First Round (extra time and penalties if required).
Carrigtwohill United v Lakewood Ath., Slatty Park (Con Long).

Premier League
Park United A v Coachford A, Brigown Park (Tom Tully).
Ballyphehane Celtic v Castleview A, Pfizer Park (Damien O`Mahoney).
Kanturk v Glenthorn Celtic A, Gurteenard (John Thompson).
Buttevant A v Glanworth Utd, Abbey View (Thomas Lynch).
Crescent Ath v Ballyvolane B, Monard (Mark O`Flynn).
Mayfield Utd v Knockraha A, Mayfield United Park (Liam McCarthy).
Leeside B v Watergrasshill Utd A, Little Island (Tom McCarthy).

Fairview v Killowen, Monard (Denis Daly).
Waterloo v Shanavoher, Grenagh (Brendan O`Regan).
St John Bosco’s B v Central Rovers, Water Rock Park (James O`Reilly).
Brooklodge Utd v Blackstone Rovers, Pigeon Hill (Paul O`Reilly).
Passage B v Knocknaheeny Celtic, Passage (Denis Cronin).
Ballincollig B v Wilton Utd B, Regional Park (Eddie Mullins).
Buttevant B v Los Zarcos, Abbey View, (Peter O`Sullivan).
Coachford B v Knockraha B, Carraigadrohid (John Harte).

AOH Cup Fourth Round (extra time and penalties if required).
Ballincollig A v Blarney St. Athletic, Regional Park (Damien O`Mahoney).
Ballyvolane A v Rylane Celtic, Ballyvolane Park (Richard Murphy).
Glenvale v Dillon's Cross, Regional Park (Michael O`Farrell).
Premier A League
Knockavilla Celtic v Macroom A, Knockavilla (John Thompson).
Springfield A v Leeds, Pat O`Brien Park (Eddie Foley).
Douglas Hall v Killumney United, Douglas Hall (Jim McGrath).
Hibernians A v Innishvilla, Shanbally (Billy Falvey).
UCC A v Lee Rangers, The Farm (Ted Callanan).
Postal Celtic v Richmond, O`Sullivan Park, 11.00pm (Jim Haines).
Park Utd B v Bohemians, Brigown Park, 2.00pm (Brendan O`Regan).
Inter City Celtic v Rathcoole Rvrs A, Popham’s Field (Pat Cronin).
Glenthorn Celtic B v Hillington A, Hillington Park (Tony Thompson).
Greenwood v St John Bosco’s, Clashduv Road (Frank O`Neill).
Grattan United B v Pearse Celtic, O`Neill Park (Con Long).
City Wanderers v Shandon Celtic, Water Rock Park, 2.00pm (Paul O`Reilly).
Dunbar Celtic B v Casement Celtic, Murphys Farm (Stewart Joyce).
Millstreet Celtic v Donoughmore Ath, Town Park (Thomas Lynch).
Mallow United v Strand Utd, St Joseph Road (Mark O`Flynn).

Corkbeg v Village Utd B, Corkbeg (Pat McAuliffe).
Churchvilla v Castleview B, Kilboy Cloyne (James O`Reilly).

Casement Celtic B v Hibernians C, Casement Park (Eddie Mullins).
Ballinhassig v Afton Villa, Gortnaglough (Denis Cronin).
Carrigaline v Watergrasshill United, Novartis, 2.00pm (Alan Jackson).
Grangevale v Springfield B, Grangevale Park (Thomas Long).
Leeview v Examiner/Echo, Garryduff (Denis Daly).
Ard-na-Laoi v Macroom B, Leemount Cross (John Harte).
Leeds B v CFC Banteer, Leeds Park (Tom McCarthy).
De Courcey Albion v Kanturk B, Eli Lilly (Peter O`Sullivan).
UCC B v Rathcoole Rvrs B, The Farm 2.00pm (Denis Morley).

End of Story

Wednesday, January 23, 2008


The FAI have organised a Beginners Course for Referees
Saturday & Sunday March 1st & 2nd
The Course will be run by Mr Brian O'Regan & Mr John Stacey FAI Referee Instructors over both days in
Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa, Tramore Rd., Cork

For info Contact
Brian @ 0868113959

Tuesday, January 22, 2008


I wish to inform you of the unexpected death of Mr Sean Quiligan, son-in-law of Denis O'Driscoll Assistant Secretary of the Munster Football Association and Assistant Treasurer of the FAI Junior Council.
Mr Quiligan's remains will be removed from O'Connor Bros Undertakers, North Gate Bridge, Cork on Wednesday 23rd January 2008 at 7-00pm to Clogheen Parish Church. Funeral will take place on Thursday 24th January 2008 to St Michael's Cementary, Blackrock after 11-00am Mass.
Ger Delaney.

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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Who is his agent?

Just a reminder...if you have a comment on any of the posts, your name and email address must be included in the text of the comment.


Umbro FAI Junior Cup: St Michael’s 4 Kinsale 1.
Lucozade Sport Munster Junior Cup: Leeside 2 Village Utd B 1, abandoned 70th minute; Pearse Celtic 1 Grattan United 7.
Murphy’s Stout AUL First Division: Dillon’s Cross 3 Ballintotis 2; Greenwood 2 Mayfield Utd 1.
Murphy’s Stout AUL Third Division: Ard-na-Laoi 2 Buttevant 1.

Saturday, January 19, 2008


The players of Grattan United have given the famous old club, which started back in the Middle parish but which has migrated to the northside, a high profile in recent years.

Last season, the spotlight was very much on the AUL Premier side, under manager Pat Caulfield. They played high quality football and made many friends on their terrific run to the closing stages of the FAI Junior Cup. They are still in this season's competition and made further progress with last week's win over Clonmel Celtic.

Grattan eventually ended up as the undisputed champions of the AUL Premier League. Not to be outdone, the second string won promotion and reached the final of the President’s Cup.

This success didn't come about by accident. It has much to do with the men behind the scenes, the backroom members who have been nursing the club for years. Most of the credit for the success of the teams and the improvement of the facilities at O’Neill Park is down to them.

And now they need a little help, a little surge to get the club to an even higher level. Improvements are ongoing at O’Neill Park and soon a new state of the art dressing room building will be in place there.

All these developments cost and Grattan are now appealing to all former players and friends to get in touch and they’ll be given all the data on the club’s plans, the second phase, and how they can help bring them to fruition. The men to contact are Joe Lynch at 086 1055004 and Don O'Leary at 086 3711024.

Not too long before Euro 88, the then FAI President Pat O’Brien (from Cobh) forecast that the rising tide would float all boats. It wasn't easy to agree as most of the local clubs were wandering from pitch to pitch and there was even one famous deal with a farmer whereby the club got the use of the pitch in return for their help in saving the hay.

I reckon the late Pat would have been a proud man last Saturday to see how far the likes of Mayfield United (they had that deal with the farmer) and Blarney United have come and to see other Cork clubs facilitated in their quest for FAI and Munster Junior Cup glory by being able to use to state of the art all weather floodlit pitches in Mayfield and in Tower.

The rain bucketed down, a different kind for rising tide but, thanks to Blarney and to Mayfield and indeed the FAI, Grattan and Ballyphehane did the business and were saved the trouble of travelling up country.

I was at Mayfield’s pitch for a Munster Cup game on Saturday afternoon and later went to O’Shea Park to see Ballyphehane shock Ballymun. Some of us may have had reservations that this type of pitch would take away from the game, that real men would always do it on grass. But, having seen the games, we may – somewhere down the line - have to have to coin a new word for grassroots.

The Munster Cup game was low key enough but there were one or two old fashioned tackles going in. Ballyphehane's encounter was much more intense and there was no holding back, no lack at all of the physical clash and no lack of good football either.

It was quite an experience as it is not every rainy day you get to see the future. All weather is the way to go. FIFA are encouraging it all over the world. All the games in the FIFA U17 World championships before last (in Peru) were played on artificial pitches and many are being established in Africa and elsewhere.

Hopefully, the leagues and clubs can get a few more up and running locally and then all can be proud of what the likes of Pat O'Brien and Blarney’s O’Shea brothers started. It is the way to go.

If you want to enquire about the facilities available at present, then contact Mayfield’s Adrian Saville at 087 2984319 and Blarney’s Eoghan Moriarty on 087-6408756 for times and rates.

- originally published ECHO 18.01.08


Hillington v Kinsale; Passage v Waterloo; Glenthorn v Leeside; Macroom v Greenmount; Village v Knockavilla; Leeside v Knockraha; Rylane v Millstreet; Passage B v Blackstone; Bosco's B v Villa; Parkview v Springfield; Springfield v Dunbar; Glenvale v Grattan; Corkbeg v Central. Rathcoole v Glenthorn; Hibs A v Ballincollig; Hibs B v Churchvilla; Exam/Echo v Leeview; De Courcey v Los Zarcos; Rathcoole B v Banteer; Casement v Ballinhassig; Kanturk v Killowen.

Changes: Pearse v Grattan, Mayfield Sat 6.00pm; Leeside v Village B, Blarney SAT 4.30; Wilton v Leeds, The Farm SUN 10.30.

Cork City Local Sports Partnership was established in 2007. The Partnership, recognised by the Irish Sports Council, consists of a Board made up of representatives of agencies and sports representatives and a Sports Recreation Forum, which is the consultative body to the Board and will be represented on same. Cork City Council is the lead agency in the process.

The aim of Cork City Local Sports Partnership is to encourage increased participation in sport. One of the main objectives in 2008 will be to develop a strategic plan for development of sport within the City.

The Forum is a broad representative group of those involved in the delivery of sport within the City. Sports and club representatives of all sporting codes are invited to a meeting of the Forum, details below, Agenda attached.

Date/Time: - 7.30 pm Thursday, 24th January 2008

Venue: - Pegasus Suite, Clarion Hotel



1. Introduction by Chairperson Cllr. Tim Brosnan.

2. Background to Local Sports Partnership Process & Role of Partnership.

3. Outline of current sports development work by City Council.

4. Sports Funding – Capital Grants etc.

5. Any other business

Friday, January 18, 2008

Clubs are asked to note these numbers as they do not appear in Secretary Handbook:

Denis Donovan 4395490
PaulO`Reilly 087/6191597
Denis Cronin 087/2936145
Thomas Long 086/1256269
John Harte 085/7067184
Tom McCarthy 4813469
Hibs B are looking for a friendly on the weekend of the 26th/27th of January and on the weekend of the 2nd/3rd of February.


Fixtures Saturday 19 JanMunster Junior Cup; Pearce v Grattan has now been transfered to Mayfield (Kick-off 6.00pm)

Munster Junior Cup; Leeside v Village B, Blarney; kick-off 4.30pm

1B - Leeside v Knockraha off

FAI U18 & U17 & Inter-league draws at:

AUL Fixtures for 26/27th at:


Monday, January 14, 2008


Fixture update for 19/20th Jan
Cancelled Fixtures
1. AOH Cup Hillington v Kinsale
2. Premier League, Glenthorn Celtic v Leeside,
3. AUL2B Passage v Blackstone4. AUL 2B St John Bosco`s v Village B

New Fixtures;
1. FAI Junior Cup; St Michaels v Kinsale, Cooke Park; Sunday at 2.00pm2.
Munster Junior Cup; Leeside v Village B, Little Island ;Saturday at 2.00pm Referee Tom Tully3.
AUL 2B; St John Bosco`s v Passage B, Water Rock Park; Saturday at 2.00pmReferee Paul O`Reilly

Saturday, January 12, 2008


Umbro FAI Junior Cup: Ballyphehane Celtic 2 Ballymun United 1; Grattan Utd 2 Clonmel Celtic 1; Richmond 0 Navan Cosmos 2; Kinsale v St Michael’s off.
Lucozade Sport Munster Junior Cup: Mayfield United 1 Blackstone Rovers 0.
Murphy’s Stout AUL 1A: Ballyvolane 0 Glanworth Utd 4.
Murphy’s Stout AUL 2A: Passage A 2 Donoughmore Athletic 0.

Cork 3 Waterford 0
now at

courtesy Tony Fitzgerald
from Declan O'Connell of Coachford

Does anyone know of a satellite installer who installs the system where you can get English Premiership games live with English commentary, & contact details if possible, & also details as to the cost if possible?
N.B. This is not the standard Sky digibox for Sky Sports & Setanta.
Any replies very much appreciated.
Contact with details.

Friday, January 11, 2008


The FAI Junior Cup game, Richmond v Navan Cosmos, will now take place in Blarney at 1.30pm Sunday.
The results of our recently concluded poll:
Roy Keane 83%
Denis Irwin 7%
Charlie Hurley 2%
Noel Cantwell 2%
Pat Saward 2%
Tommy Moroney 1%
See new polls on St Michael's (top right), Saxone (bottom right) and President's (bottom)
* Have you seen the Roy Keane photo in the Art Gallery in Emmet Place (just in the hallway on the right), the one in which he poses with a raven's puny skull? What do you think of it? Love it? Hate it? Should we have a poll on it?

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Thanks to Richie Browne -- see fixtures for 19th & 20th now at....

FAI Junior Cup 5th Round: Richmond FC v Navan Cosmos, FAI Grounds (Bishopstown), (Stephen O`Connell, Tony Thompson and Jim Haines) Sunday 1.30pm; Grattan Utd v Clonmel Celtic, O’Shea Park (Blarney) Saturday 3.00pm; Ballyphehane Celtic v Ballymun United, O’Shea Park Saturday 7.00pm.

Tuesday, January 08, 2008


F.A.I.Junior Cup 5th Round Richmond F.C. v Navan Cosmos, Regional Park;Referee;Stephen O`Connell, Assistant Referee`s,Tony Thompson, Jim Haines, Changed from Saturday 12th Jan . To Sunday 13 Jan @1.30pm

AUL1A Park United B v Glenthorn United B, Changed from Saturday 12th Jan . To Sunday 13 Jan @10.45am;

Richie Browne

See the draws at>>>

Thanks to Richard Browne

SEE ALL THE TABLES (by Tony Fitz) at>>>>

Saturday, January 05, 2008

Dillon's, 1-0 winners over Glanworth in Corinthian's Cup. Read all about it in ECHO MON & STAR TUE. Top: Dillon's Francis McNamara stoops to flick past Noel Cashman.

Umbro Oscar Traynor Trophy: Limerick Desmond League 2 Cork AUL 0.
Murphy’s Stout AOH Cup: Douglas Hall 0 Ballyvolane A 1; Coachford B 0 Hibernians C 0, Coachford win 5-3 on pens; Glenvale 4 Ballyvolane B 3 (aet).
Murphy’s Stout Corinthians Cup: Rathcoole Rovers 4 Los Zarcos 2; Knockraha A 4 Killowen 0; Dillon’s Cross 1 Glanworth Utd 0; UCC “A” 2 Grattan Utd B 1.
Murphy’s Stout Premier A: Leeds 0 Macroom 0.
Murphy’s Stout First Division: Innishvilla 5 Lee Rangers 1; Watergrasshill Utd 4 Glen Celtic 1; Ballintotis 2 Carrigtwohill Utd 2.
Murphy’s Stout Second Division: Donoughmore Athletic 4 Shanavoher 0; Corkbeg 1 Hibernians 1.
Murphy’s Stout Third Division: Hillington 3 Watergrasshill 2; Ballincollig 2 Springfield 0; CFC Banteer 2 Macroom 2; Ard-na-Laoi 2 UCC 0; De Courcey 1 Leeds 7.
Games off: Blackstone v Mayfield; Coachford v Villa; Castleview v Glenthorn; Dunbar v Village; Alberts v Richmond; Strand v Passage; Fairview v Waterloo; Brooklodge v Village B; Springfield v Greenmount; Dunbar v Casement; Kanturk v Knockraha; Central v Passage B; Buttevant v Rathcoole; Postal v Hibernians; Glenthorn Celtic v Buttevant; Crescent v Hillington; Leeside v Bosco’s; Shandon v Lakewood; Castleview v Bosco’s; Examiner/Echo v Parkview; Wilton v Leeview; Carrigaline v Ballinhassig; Ballincollig A v Mallow Utd off; City Wanderers v Pearse Celtic off.End of sto
Thanks to Tony Fitzgerald

Friday, January 04, 2008

AUL FIXTURES 12th -13th JAN NOW AT>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Please note the following alterations:
New fixture: Saturday 12th January @2.00pmMunster Junior Cup Third Round Mayfield United v Blackstone Rovers,Mayfield United Park;Referee(Brendan O`Regan)
The following games on Sat 12th Jan. are cancelled so the MJC game can be played1> AUL 1B Mayfield United v Knockraha Ref. Paul O`Reilly2> AUL 2B Brooklodge United v Blackstone Rovers Ref John Harte

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Check your team's score against Tony Fitzgerald's charts at>>>>

Message from Tony:
I would be obliged if there are additions or alterations that details are sent by e-mail to: or by text to 087-7937786.
Many Thanks,Tony Fitzgerald.