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Saturday, February 28, 2009

late: City W 2 B'pool 2
Cathedral Celtic (left) defeated Rathcoole 1-0 in 3A

Glenthorn Celtic A team are looking for friendly next weekend - contact manager Donal Cronin at 0868578995

Gavin Ahern (NO 3 half hidden) heads the opener for Dillon's in 2-1 win over Village.. Blarney St beat Grattan, Glenthorn beat Killumney..more later.

Sunday's games, Leeds v Glen Celtic and Ballinhassig v Parkview, are off due to bereavements.

WEEKEND RESULTS, including youths, at 9.30am MON

Murphy’s Stout AOH Cup: Glenthorn Celtic A 3 Killumney Utd 0; Kanturk 3 Springfield B 1; St John Bosco's A 0 Kinsale A 5; Knockavilla Celtic 1 Leeside 1, Celtic won 4-2 on pens; Coachford A 1 Park Utd A 3; Leeside B 2 Rathcoole Rovers 3 (aet).
Murphy’s Stout County Cup: Richmond 1 Carrigtwohill Utd 3; Macroom 3 De Courcey 0; Ard-Na-Laoi 2 Kanturk 4.
Murphy’s Stout City Cup: Grangevale 0 Greenwood 1; Douglas Hall 0 Glenvale 1; Wilton Utd 7 Dunbar Celtic 1.
Murphy’s Stout St Michael’s Cup: Park Utd 1 Mayfield Utd 0; Blackstone Rovers 1 Watergrasshill Utd 3.
Murphy’s Stout Saxone Cup: Brooklodge Utd 0 Central Rovers 2; Kilreen Celtic 0 Donoughmore Athletic 0, Kilreen won 4-3 on pens.
Murphy’s Stout President’s Cup: Richmond 1 Kinsale 2
Murphy’s Stout Premier Division: Blarney Street Athletic 1 Grattan Utd 0; Dillon’s Cross 2 Village Utd 1.
Murphy’s Stout First Division: Pearse Celtic 3 Innishvilla 1; Greenmount Rangers 3 UCC 2; Hibernians 2 Springfield 3; Shandon Celtic 2 Postal Celtic 1; Glanworth Utd 2 Rylane Celtic 1; Leeds 2 Ballyvolane 1; Buttevant 0 Glenthorn Celtic 2.
Murphy’s Stout Second Division: Carrigaline Utd 2 Churchvilla 1; Leeds v Glen Celtic off; Casement Celtic 3 Hibernians 0; Inter City Celtic 3 Waterloo 5; Millstreet Celtic v Killowen not played; Coachford 1 Fairview 4; Mallow Utd 1 Crescent Athletic 4.
Murphy’s Stout Third Division: Greenwood 2 UCC 1; Ballinhassig v Parkview Celtic off; Grattan Utd 0 Leeview 6; Cathedral Celtic 1 Rathcoole Rovers 0; Los Zarcos 0 Castle Celtic 0; Watergrasshill Utd 5 CFC Banteer 1.

Saturday, February 28
Youth Premier League: College Corinthians 1 Coachford\Killinardrish 3; Douglas Hall 5 Ballincollig 1.
Youth League 1: Dunbar 5 Midleton 2.
Sunday, March 1
FAI Umbro Youth Inter League Quarter Final: Cork Inter League 2 Donegal Inter League 3.
U17 Premier League: Carrigaline (A) 0 Cork City 1; Castleview 1 Cobh Ramblers 0; Rockmount 4 Douglas Hall 3;Wilton 0 Greenwood 2.
U17 League 1: Buttevant 3 Strand 1; Park 1 Fermoy 2; Macroom 1 Richmond 6.
U17 League 1A: Everton 0 Glounthaune 0; Lakewood 1 Casement 0; Leeside\Knockraha 1 Carrigaline (B) 0; Passage 1 Avondale 2.



Thursday, February 26, 2009

The Dillon's v Village Premier A game has been switched from Sun morn to Sat afternoon

Tony's email is giving problems at present - all fixture correspondence should be sent by post until further notice

Tuesday, February 24, 2009


Strand Utd are looking for a friendly game Sunday morning to play on blarney utd all weather pitch. Contact Conor o Neill at 086--8800626 Strand United A.F.C
Fixture cancelled: Macroom v Ballyvolane Town Pk (P. Murphy)

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Monday, February 23, 2009

FAI Youth Cup Quarter Finals:
Saturday 7th March:
Clonmel Town v Newcastle West kick off 2-30 pm
Castleview v Edenderry kick off 2 pm
Sunday 15th March:
Kilmallock Utd v Cork City kick off 2 pm

T.B.A. Salthill Devon v Mt Merrion/Monaghan Utd

FAI U17 4th Round:
Sunday 8th March:
Belvedere v Rockmount kick off 2 pm
Carrigaline Utd “A” v Monaghan Utd kick off 11-30 am
Kilmallock Utd v Greenwood kick off 2 pm
Mervue Utd v Granville Rangers kick off 2 pm

Youth Inter League Quarter Final:
Sunday 1st March:
Cork Youth League v Donegal League kick off 11-30 am

Sunday, February 22, 2009

FAI Cup Draws:
Inter League Semi Finals:
Dublin AUL/Waterford/Carlow v Cork Youth /Donegal League
Galway/Combined Counties/Kilkenny v Wexford/Limerick District
Youth Cup Quarter Finals:
Clonmel Town/Corrib Cel v Newcastle West
Salthill Devon v Mt Merrion/Monaghan Utd
Castleview v Edenderry
Dundalk/Kilmallock Utd v Cork City
For alterations to next weekend's AUL fixtures, please see:

Saturday, February 21, 2009

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Douglas Hall open new all weather pitch with 1-0 win over UCC in AUL 1. In Premier A, Macroom lose to 10 man Ballincollig, Village win...more later..

Umbro FAI Junior Cup: Kinsale 1 Iorras Aontaithe 2.
Lucozade Sport Munster Junior Cup: Leeside 0 Dungarvan Utd 1; Everton 4 Glenthorn Celtic 0.
Murphy's Stout AOH Cup: Bohemians 0 Greenwood 2; Castle Celtic v Blarney Street Athletic off; Blackstone Rovers 5 Lakewood Athletic o.
Murphy’s Stout Saxone Cup: Mallow Utd 2 Hibernians 1.
Murphy’s Stout President’s Cup: Richmond v Kinsale off; Ard-Na-Laoi 4 Watergrasshill Utd 2 (aet); Wilton Utd 5 Los Zarcos 1; Macroom 1 Afton Villa 2.
Murphy’s Stout County Cup: Park Utd 1 Waterloo 1, Park won 4-3 on pens.
Murphy's Stout Premier League: Park Utd 2 Grattan Utd 2; Ballincollig 3 Macroom 2; Castleview 3 Kanturk 2; Village Utd 4 Rathcoole Rovers 0; Coachford 1 Wilton Utd 3; Dillon’s Cross 2 Dunbar Celtic 2; Knockavilla 2 Ballyvolane 0.
Murphy's Stout First Division: Postal Celtic 4 Innishvilla 0; Rylane Celtic 1 Glanworth Utd 0; Watergrasshill v Mayfield off; Ballintotis 0 Springfield 2; Pearse Celtic 2 Richmond 0; Douglas Hall 1 UCC 0; Ballyvolane 1 Leeds 3; Hillington 0 Passage 1; Hibernians 0 Carrigtwohill Utd 3.
Murphy's Stout Second Division: Blackpool Celtic 1 Grangevale 1; Inter City Celtic 1 Donoughmore Athletic 3; Killowen 2 Fairview 0; Strand Utd 2 Coachford 1; Knocknaheeny Celtic 2 Central Rovers 3; Leeds 3 Brooklodge Utd 1; Dunbar Celtic 0 Kilreen Celtic 2; Churchvilla 3 Glen Celtic 3; Corkbeg 3 Passage 2; Millstreet Celtic 0 Crescent Athletic 2; Glenvale 2 City Wanderers 2; Knockraha 1 Carrigaline 1.
Murphy’s Stout Third Division: Greenwood 0 Parkview Celtic 2; Grattan Utd 0 St John Bosco's 0; Springfield 2 Rathcoole Rovers 1; Leeview 2 Kanturk 3; Ballinhassig 2 UCC 1.
Saturday, February 21
FAI Umbro Youth Cup 5th Round: Cork City 1 Crumlin Utd (Dublin) 0.
Youth Premier League: Ballincollig 1 Cobh Ramblers 1; Castleview 3 Coachford\Killinardrish 0; Ringmahon Rangers 2 College Corinthians 3; Wilton 1 Douglas Hall 2.
Youth League 1: Innishvilla 2 Blarney 1; Leeside Knockraha 1 Tramore 0; Midleton 0 Rockmount 1.
Sunday, February 21
U17 Premier League: Carrigaline (A) 3 Castleview 1; Cobh Ramblers 4 Rockmount 2; Cork City 3 Mayfield 2; U17 League 1: Kanturk 2 Strand 0; Macroom 1 Fermoy 2; Richmond 1 Ballincollig 1; Park 3 Buttevant 2.
U17 League 1A: Avondale 2 Carrigaline (B) 1; Casement 4 Tramore 1; Leeside\Knockraha 2 Glounthaune 2; Passage 1 Everton 2.


Friday, February 20, 2009

Quarter Final Draw
Carrick Utd or Rock Rvs v Newcastle West or Everton or Glenthorn Celtic
Mayfield Utd or Nenagh “A” v Peake Villa or Regional Utd
Leeside or Dungarvan Utd v Fairview Rgs or Rineanna Rvs
Nenagh Celtic or Pike Rvs v Carew Park or Tramore AFC
Games to take place on or before 21st / 22nd March 2009

Semi Final Draw
Carrick Utd or Rock Rvs or Newcastle West or Everton or Glenthorn Celtic
Mayfield Utd or Nenagh “A” or Peake Villa or Regional Utd

Nenagh Celtic or Pike Rvs or Carew Park or Tramore AFC
Leeside or Dungarvan Utd or Fairview Rgs or Rineanna Rvs

Games to take place on or before 11th / 12th April 2009.

NOTE: Venues for semi final games to be decided by the MFA.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

FRIENDLY WANTED - Richmond B seek a friendly game on Sunday, home or away. Contact Terry McSweeney 086 1519852

SUNDAY CALLS - I'll be at the Kinsale v Erris FAI game on Sunday (12 noon). If you are ringing in results, you might delay until 2.30 or so. Of course, if you are happy with voice mail or text, make contact whenever it suits you; emails too can be sent at any time.

COLLINGWOOD CUP - The 16 team inter-varsity tournament will be held in Cork next week, from Tuesday to Friday. See local press for details


Constructed at a total cost of €750,000, Douglas Hall’s new all weather pitch is now ready for use following the issue of the FAI licence. From initial concept to completion, the entire project has been ongoing since the summer of 2006.

Arising from a need within the club to accommodate the more than 30 teams and the growth of the club the decision was made in October 2006 to prepare a plan and submit a request to the Sports Council for grant aid. After much soul-searching and research is was decided to propose the construction of an all-weather floodlit pitch, playable all year round and suitable for use by all teams.

The submission was made in November, 2006 and the club was delighted with the award of €250,000 from the Sports Council in March, 2007. In parallel with this award, the Cork County Council also awarded a grant of €70,000 over the following two years. Work would not have been possible on the strength of either award on its own, but the combined award of €320,000 made it economically feasible to proceed with work. Fundraising and borrowing made up the balance.

Following an exhaustive tendering process it was agreed in October 2007 to award the contract for the construction of the pitch to Pride Sports and their work on the pitch now shows that this was clearly the correct decision. The contract for floodlighting was subsequently awarded to Bob Ryan Electrical in March 2007 and those who have seen the floodlighting will testify to the top-class job that has been done with the lighting.

Fencing, pathways and the surrounds for the pitch was contracted to Brian Kennedy construction, and despite inclement weather conditions, the overall package is now taking shape. Work began in June 2008 and the overall poor weather conditions during the summer were certainly no help with scheduling the job. However, work did proceed and the pitch began to take shape during September and October. Floodlighting pylons, fencing, pathways and netting were constructed to clearly define the playing area. The playing pitch has a spectator fence surround, with a 2 metre high perimeter fence also in place. Pitch laying was done during December and January and the result is now clear for all to see.

In addition to the pitch a new car park has been completed with 150 car parking spaces. There is ongoing construction of new extended footpaths and roadway to accommodate all the extra traffic going to and from the pitch.

Competitive action will begin this Saturday with both Douglas Hall Junior teams in action as well as the girls U/14 team. Each Sunday morning over 200 kids ages 6-10 will benefit hugely from the facility.
The club would like to thank Breffni Toal and his team from Pride Sports for their professionalism and to all those who contributed to the successful construction.

The attention to detail at all stages is now paying dividends and Douglas Hall can be justly proud of the top-class facility which is now available at Moneygourney.

Details on rental of the pitch will be on soon.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Leeside's John O'Sullivan: "Best wishes to Kinsale on Sunday in the FAI Junior Cup & congratulations to the AUL team on reaching the Oscar Traynor cup final from all at Leeside F.C."
And so say all of us and good luck too to Leeside as they defend their Munster Cup against Dungarvan in Little Island on Sunday (2.00pm).

If you have any queries on the above, please contact

Tuesday, February 17, 2009


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NO FREE WEEKENDS - teams involved in cup competitions will not be granted free weekends.

Fixtures updates – Bohs v Greenwood will now take place in the Fairfield. Games off: Richmond v Kinsale and Watergrasshill v Mayfield. Sean Barry will referee Rylane Celtic v Glanworth while Michael O’Farrell is the man in the middle for Glenvale v City Wanderers.

Monday, February 16, 2009


Anxious moment for Cork manager Richard Fitzgerald (right) and assistant Declan O'Regan.

Oscar Traynor semi-final
Match Report courtesy of Dave Dibble in Roscommon

Cork match into the Oscar Traynor Cup Final
Roscommon and Distract League 1 Cork AUL 2
Cork AUL are into the Oscar Traynor semi final win over Roscommon in Shiven Rovers ground in Roscommon but was made to flight all the way for their win manager Richard Fitzgerald was delight with his side display it was very hard but we were all out for this game and its nice to be in the final.

The game started brightly with end to end football with 3 minutes on the clock Cork won a corner on the right hand side of the park which saw Stephen O’Donovan out jump the Roscommon defenders to see his header go wide, Cork had another chance to open the scoring when Derek Varian saw his shot well saved by Michael Killilea in the Roscommon goal.

For the first 20 minutes of the game it was end to end but Cork looked the shaper in front of goal with Derek Varian and Paul O.Mahony were a real handful for the Roscommon back four, Cork won a free kick on the right hand side of the park just outside the penalty box, the ball was crossed into the box and Derek McCarthy turned on the ball and saw his shot go over the bar.

Roscommon best chance to open the scoring came on 29 minutes after some good build up play when Declan Murphy pick out Mark Duffy who cross the ball into the Cork box which saw Peter Keighry shot well saved by Paddy O’Regan,

The deadlock was blocking on 33 minutes when Cork won a free kick just out side the box Derek McCarthy took the free kick and scored with a great strike beating the helpless Killilea at the near post.

After Cork took the lead Roscommon turned up the pressure and were unlucky not to be level after a mixed up in the Cork goal mouth which saw the ball cleared of the goal line.

The first half ended with Roscommon on top but could not find a way through the Cork back four.

Gerry Tully half time team talk did the trick has Roscommon started the second half well on top, the first yellow card of the game went to Cork’s Derek Delea, with the wind at their backs Roscommon were camp in the Cork half looking to level the game but the Cork back four keep Roscommon at bay with some fine defending and some good luck

on 58 minutes Roscommon manager Gerry Tully made the first change of the game bringing on Ronan Curran for Gary Egan and Curran made a impact on the game with all the pressure it was only time before they were level, Roscommon won a free kick on the right hand of park with Declan Murphy picking out Kevin Flanagan who’s header went in of the near post to send out a big cheer from the home crowd,

but sadly the cheers did not last long, after some good play involving Derek Delea and Paul O’Mahony Roscommon Peter Keighry fouled a Cork player in side the box the referee pointed to the spot, the kick was taking by Derek McCarthy to put Cork two one with 25 minutes left on the clock.

The second yellow card of the game went Cork’s Paul O’Mahony, Cork first change saw manager Richard Fitzgerald bring on Shane O’Neill to replace Paul O’Mahony.

On 73 minutes Roscommon Conor McSharry pick the ball up just inside the Cork box but saw his shot go over the Cork crossbar.

With time running out for Roscommon, when Conor McSharry shot into a packed Cork penalty box which lead to a big shout for hand ball but referee Dynan waved play on much to the disappointed of the crowd.

Conor McSharry looked the man who could get Roscommon back level with the Cork team camp in their own half, McSharry saw his shot come of the Cork post it looked like it was not going to be Roscommon day, Gerry Tully side won back to back corner but could not get the break through his side deserve.

With Cork hanging on for dear life, referee Dynan ended Roscommon dream with the final blow of the whistle.

On the play Roscommon deserve to see the game go into extra time but sadly it’s Cork who goes into the Oscar Traynor Cup final and not Roscommon but you can be sure that Roscommon will be knocking on the door next season.

Cork Panel
Paddy O’Regan Anthony Peelo Jason Keegan Micky Bradfield Brian O’Sullivan Shane O’Neill Derek McCarthy Derek Delea John Betts Paul O’Mahony Derek Varian Colin Bevan Gary Aherne Michael Forde Stephen O’Donovan Graham Keane

Roscommon Panel
Michael Killilea Peter Keighry Kevin Flanagan Gary Fuery Jason Ward Gary Egan Robbie Brooks Delcan Murphy Conor McSharry Donal Warde Emmet Kelly Jason Clogher Mark O’Brien Mark Duffy Ronan Curran Daniel Browne Kevin Kenny

Referee Emmet Dynan
Ass Referee’s Ray Matthews and Eddie O’Riordan.

The FAI Cup game, Kinsale v Erris utd, will take place on Sunday next 22nd February in Madden Pk, Kinsale kick off 12 Noon. The officials are: referee; Finbar Murphy, A/Rs: D. O'Mahony, P. Buckley. The AOH Cup game, St. John Boscos v Kinsale, Ref J. Linehan, is postponed.

from Tony Fitzgerald

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Over eleven hundred visitors here on Saturday!!!!.
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Saturday, February 14, 2009

Pictures from AUL win in Roscommon, thanks to Dave Dibble

Flash!!! AUL win 2-1 in meet Dublin in final...
Go to bottom of page for Youth Results ....

Happy faces on the Knockavilla line as they cheer their 3-1 Premier A win in Ballincollig. more results later.....

Fixture change: Kinsale v Boscos off... new: FAI Junior Cup:
Kinsale v Iorras Aontaithe FC , Madden Park, 12 noon.

FAI Umbro Oscar Traynor Trophy semi-finals: Roscommon 1 Cork AUL 2; Mayo 1 Dublin AUL 2.
Murphy's Stout AOH Cup: Glenthorn v Killumney off; Glenvale 0 Rathcoole Rovers 3; Leeside B 3 Corkbeg 1; Millstreet Celtic 1 Springfield B 3; Murphy’s Stout St Michael’s Cup: Springfield A 2 Park Utd B 2, Park won 9-8 on pens.Murphy's Stout City Challenge Cup: Central Rovers v Pearse Celtic off; Greenmount Rangers 2 Kilreen Celtic 1 (aet); Mayfield Utd 3 Inter City Celtic 1; Leeds A 5 Shandon Celtic 0; Bohemians 0 Fairview 2; UCC B 1 Glenthorn Celtic B 1, Glenthorn won 5-4 on pens.Murphy's Stout County Cup: Passage 1 Knockraha 2; Carrigtwohill Utd 4 Killowen 0; Watergrasshill Utd B 5 Rylane Celtic 2; Ard-na-Laoi 4 Buttevant 1; Murphy's Stout Premier Divisions: Park Utd 0 Coachford 1; Ballincollig 1 Knockavilla Celtic 3; Kanturk 5 Dunbar Celtic 0; Dillon's Cross 5 Ballyvolane 0.Murphy's Stout First Division: Hillington 2 Glanworth Utd 4; Innishvilla 0 Douglas Hall 7; Hibernians 4 St John Bosco’s 3; Greenwood 2 Watergrasshill 0.Murphy's Stout Second Division: City Wanderers 0 Blackpool Celtic 1; Passage 1 Brooklodge Utd 1; Knocknaheeny v Churchvilla off; Lakewood Athletic 0 Casement Celtic 2; Coachford 2 Waterloo 3; Mallow Utd 0 Donoughmore Athletic 0; Glen Celtic 1 Leeds 0.Murphy's Stout Third Division: Parkview Celtic 2 Kinsale 1; Kanturk 2 St John Bosco's 0; Los Zarcos 2 Cathedral Celtic 3; Ballinhassig 1 Afton Villa 3; De Courcey 2 Wilton Utd 5; Rathcoole Rovers 1 FC Banteer 2; Grattan Utd 1 Castle Celtic 3.
Saturday, February 14
Lucozade Munster Youth Cup 5th Round: Cork City 6 Coachford\Killinardrish 0.
Murphy Youth Cup 2nd Round: Rockmount 1 Douglas Hall 2 (AET); Blarney 1 Dunbar 3.
Youth Premier League: College Corinthians 1 Castleview 5; Ringmahon 1 Ballincollig 0.
Youth League 1: Watergrasshill 0 Tramore 7; Innishvilla 2 Leeside\Knockraha 1.
U17 Premier League: Cobh Ramblers 4 Wilton 0.
Sunday, February 15
Lucozade Munster Youth Cup 5th Round: Bohemians 2 Cobh Ramblers 0.
Teddy Healy Cup 2nd Round: Lakewood 1 Rockmount 2; Everton V Richmond (off); Greenwood 1 Douglas Hall 0; Castleview 3 Avondale 2.

Published on February 15, 2009 10:13 AM

Friday, February 13, 2009

Glenthorn Celtic A v Killumney in AOH Cup fixed for tomorrow is off due to Glenthorn's Michael Forde's involvement with Cork AUL squad in Oscar Traynor match away in Roscommon this weekend.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Fixture changes
Millstreet v Springfield B and Springfield A v Park Utd will both kick off at 11.00am on Sunday. Bohemians are now playing at the Fairfield and that is the venue (not Monard) for Sunday's City Cup game with Fairview. Cooney Park is the venue for Rathcoole v Banteer.
Published on Feb 11, 2009 8:42:35 AM GMT

Published on Feb 11, 2009 8:44:41 AM GMT

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Don't forget------

at The Cross, tonight 7.30ko

Monday, February 09, 2009

Grattan United are looking for a friendly at the weekend. Contact Darren Geaney 0876631500.

Kinsale looking for friendly Sat 14th feb. Contact Peter Jones 0872546009
FAI Umbro Junior Cup
7th round

FAI Press release:

Rep. of Ireland's Stephen Hunt and The Star's MD Paul Cooke made the 7th Round Draw of the FAI Umbro Junior Cup on 2FM, Stephen had a special interest in the draw with his former club Carrick Utd. and holders of the cup being drawn away to St. Peters of Athlete. There are two all Dublin ties with Crumlin Utd. entertaining Ballymun Utd. while Sheriff Utd. await the winners of the Coolock Town/St. Vincents tie.

Evergreen of Kilkenny will draw big crowd for their tie against past winners Fairview Rgs. while the other Limerick team Janesboro will fancy another Tipperary scalp when they entertain Clonmel Town. Michael Carr of Lisselton Celtic breathed a sigh of relief when they got a home draw against the winners of Glengad Utd. and City Utd. Kinsale will entertain Erris from Mayo the surprise team in this years competition while Bohemians from Waterford await the winners of Douglas Hall/Regional.

There are a lot of interesting games to be played for a place in the last 8 and while a home draw is a huge incentive to progress there are no guarantees to advance.

7th Round Draw
Janesboro FC v Clonmel Town
St Peters Athlone v Carrick Utd
Bohemians FC v Regional/Douglas Hall
Ballymun Utd v Crumlin Utd
Evergreen FC v Fairview Rgs
Sheriff YC v St Vincents Hosp/Coolock Town
Lisselton Cel v Glengad Utd/City Utd.
Kinsale FC v Erris Utd
Ties to be played weekend 21st/22nd February 2009.
Carrigtwohill, 3-0 winners over Killumney in St Michael's Cup at weekend. Picture courtesy of Stephen Moore

Next weekend's Blackpool v City Wanderers tie is reversed and will now take place in Water Rock.

Condolences are extended to the Casey family (Coachford) on their recent bereavement.

Murphy’s Stout Team of the Month: Entries for January (including Feb 1st) award should now be sent to Henry Healy at 19 Inniscarra Road, Fairhill. Entries close on Friday February 13th

Sunday, February 08, 2009

thanks to Barry Peelo

Saturday, February 7
FAI Umbro Youth Cup 5th Round: Castleview 1 Corbally United (Limerick) 0.
Murphy Youth Cup 2nd Round: Innishvilla 2 Wilton United 3 (AET).
Youth Premier League: Douglas Hall 3 Cobh Ramblers 0.
Youth League 1: Dunbar Celtic 2 Blarney 3; Leeside\Knockraha 1 Rockmount 1.
FAI Umbro U17 Cup 4th Round: Glounthaune 0 Greenwood 3.
Sunday, February 8
FAI Youth Cup: Crumlin V Cork City (off)
Teddy Healy Cup 2nd Round: Cork City 4 Mayfield 2; Carrigaline (A) 7 Strand 1.
U17 Premier League: Castleview V Rockmount (off); Douglas Hall V Wilton (off).
U17 League 1: Fermoy 6 Park Utd 0; Kanturk 1 Macroom 1; Richmond V Ballincollig (off).
U17 League 1A: Carrigaline B 2 Leeside\Knockraha 1; Lakewood 2 Avondale 1; Passage V Everton (off).

Saturday, February 07, 2009

Mayfield's Trevor Daly in pain but he was happy in the end with 1-0 AOH win over Ard-na-Laoi...
Lucozade Sport Munster Junior Cup: Leeside 2 Blarney Street Athletic 1; Glenthorn Celtic v Everton off; Fairview Rangers 6 Ballyvolane 0.
Murphy’s Stout AOH Cup: Mayfield Utd 1 Ard-Na-Laoi 0; UCC B 1 Kinsale 5; Wilton Utd 0 Park Utd 2.
Murphy’s Stout St Michael’s Cup: Carrigtwohill Utd (holders) 3 Killumney Utd 0 (aet).
Murphy’s Stout County Cup: Brooklodge Utd 0 Innishvilla 1; Richmond A 3 Leeside B 2; Springfield A 1 Macroom B 1, Macroom won 5-4 on pens; Waterloo v Park off; St John Bosco's 1 Springfield B 0.
Murphy’s Stout City Challenge Cup: Glenvale 3 Grattan Utd B 0; Lakewood Athletic 3 Greenwood B 2 (aet).
Murphy’s Stout Premier: Ballincollig 2 Dillon’s Cross 1; Rathcoole Rovers 6 Dunbar Celtic 1; Village v Knockavilla Celtic off; Grattan Utd 3 Coachford 1; Macroom 2 Kanturk 2.
Murphy’s Stout First Division: Douglas Hall 1 Greenmount Rangers 1; Pearse Celtic 2 Shandon Celtic 0; Buttevant 1 Bohemians 0; Hibernians v Greenwood off; Glanworth Utd 0 Leeds 1; Passage v Glenthorn off; Ballintotis 0 Watergrasshill 6.
Murphy’s Stout Second Division: Carrigaline Utd 2 Knocknaheeny Celtic 4; Churchvilla 1 Corkbeg 0; Passage 1 Leeds 3; Blackpool Celtic 2 Casement Celtic 3; Grangevale 9 Dunbar Celtic 3; Coachford v Fairview off; Crescent Athletic 3 Donoughmore Athletic 2; Strand Utd 3 Inter City Celtic 4.
Murphy’s Stout Third Division: Kinsale 4 Parkview Celtic 1; UCC 0 Ard-Na-Laoi 1; Kanturk 1 Watergrasshill 2; Los Zarcos v Banteer off; Cathedral Celtic 3 St John Bosco's 1; Rathcoole Rovers 2 Castle Celtic 2; Richmond 2 Ballinhassig 2.
Next week's AUL Fixtures at>>

Next week's YOUTH Fixtures at>>

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

U21 International Quiz

The winner of the quiz for tickets for the Ireland v Germany U21 game at Turner's Cross next Tuesday (7.30pm) is Ian O'Driscoll of Carrigaline Utd.

There were twenty correct answers and Ian's name was drawn from the hat.

His answer: The Bayern Munich player was Stefan Effenberg and the guy he was talking about was Dave Barry of Cork City.

Tuesday, February 03, 2009


Manager Richard Fitzgerald has announced that the AUL Oscar Traynor team will have a practice game against Mayfield Utd's 1st X1 at the Mayfield all weather pitch on Thursday next. Kick off is 8.00pm and the full AUL panel are to attend at the venue by 7.30pm.

Junior --

Youth --
Lots of info here - scroll down...

Congratulations to Greenwood, the Murphy’s Stout Team of the Month for December. Entries for January (including Feb 1st) should now be sent to Henry Healy at 19 Inniscarra Road, Fairhill. Entries close on Friday February 13th

This Wednesday's disciplinary meeting in Turner’s Cross starts at 7.00; the next meeting is scheduled for February 18th.

Clubs the won trophies last season are reminded that all cups need to be returned by 31 January as per rule. They can be handed in to Turner’s Cross on Wednesday nights between 7.30 pm and 9 pm or to any member of the committee.

Latest AUL tables at>>>

Latest Youths tables at>>>

See Corinthians Cup qualifiers at >>>

Linnane Cup news

1st February 2009.
1 The Mossy Linnane League Cup for Premier and Premier A teams will be split into 4 Groups.
2 Groups will consist of 4 teams in each, and 2 Groups will consist of 5 teams in each.
4 Group winners will qualify for semi finals.
Group stages will be played on a League basis with each team playing each other once.

The following criteria will apply if 2 teams finish level on top on points after group stages.
1: The result of the game between the two teams.
2: Goal Difference.
3: Goals For.
4: Lottery between the two teams.
The following criteria will apply if 3 or more teams finish level on top on points after group stages.
1: Goal Difference.
2: Goals For.
3: Lottery between the teams involved.

Check teams still left in cups at >>>

Monday, February 02, 2009


Blackstone v Postal is cancelled.

Mark O'Flynn is the new referee for the Churchvilla v Corkbeg game.

On Sunday, the Kanturk v Watergrasshill game will kick off at 11.30am while Rathcoole v Castle has been changed to 2.00pm.

Sunday, February 01, 2009

thanks to Barry Peelo

Friday, January 30
FAI Umbro U17 Cup 4th Round: Carrigaline United A 2 Cork City 2 (Carrigaline won 5-4 on pens aet).
Saturday, January 31
Lucozade Munster Youth Cup 4th Round: Coachford\Killinardrish 2 Newcastlewest 2 (Coachford\Killinardrish won 4-3 on pens aet).
All other games over the weekend were cancelled.