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
http://www.flickr.com/photos/corkbilly (search under AUL).

Sunday, May 31, 2009

RESULTS
Premier: Park Utd 1 (Eamon O'Sullivan) Kinsale 3 (Sean Lyons, David O'Donovan, Daniel O'Donovan pen.)

Saturday, May 30, 2009

The AUL's Denis O'Driscoll presents the 3A trophy to Springfield B skipper Mark Farrell. Also in pic is Springfield secretary John Coughlan (left); below are other presentations photos from the Springfield 50th Dinner Dance; all photos supplied by the club.









Friday, May 29, 2009


CRESCENT'S LEONARD FORDE LOOKS AHEAD TO SUNDAY'S CORINTHIANS FINAL v BLACKPOOL CELTIC, TURNER'S CROSS, 7.00PM KICK OFF
Crescent Athletic fc are facing their first final in 17 years since their 2-1 defeat to Bandon in the 1992 AOH cup final.Formed in 1982 the club feel a cup triumph is long overdue.Having lost the President's,St.Michael's,AOH and City cup finals in the past the club feel their time has arrived.
Taking nothing for granted they face a young and excellent Shaun Murray Blackpool Celtic side.The club had Murray's side watched in the semi-final against Greenmount Rangers and felt they fully deserved their 3-2 victory.
It's been a long season for the club returning to training last July the club were drilled by George Cummins and Leonard Forde who took control of the training sessions.The start of the season did not begin as the club expected flirting with relegation for the first months of the season.The club felt there luck was out,with everything that could go wrong going wrong.Not getting the bounce of the ball or silly individual errors costing the club badly in the first few months.
The club brought in a large number of new players at the start of the season and are now reaping the rewards from their young energetic signings.The club is blessed with terrific pace and a hunger to achieve and the bottom line of it is the players and management long for success.
Foundations for the change in fortunes in the club were laid down by former club secretary Paudie O Flynn,his determination to change the inner structure of the club from training,equipment,facilities and attitude is a credit to him and his efforts will forever appreciated by the club.
The team is managed by John O Donovan and Niall O Regan the duo feel this is the best squad of players the club has assembled in a while and they have what every manager wants competition for places.
The club has no Suspension worries going into the final.They boast a clean bill of health with the welcome return of veteran William Wyse who suffered a double break to his leg and Tony O Mahony who dislocated his shoulder their return to fitness is a welcomed boost to the club.The club signed a lot of new players in the summer and like anything else it took players time to bed in and the club is now seeing the fruits of the new signings.
Current form has been excellent with 12 wins from 13 games and just 1 defeat since January,the current form is nothing short of perfect.The defence has tightened up and the goals are been spread about amongst the team.Two main reasons for the up turn in form were the two transfer window signings the signing of experienced Tony Dunlea from Blackstone Rovers he has been a major asset in his ability to support the midfield and in his reading of the game.
Young American Casey Dineen who at 21 yrs old emphasises the new Crescent young,quick and strong.Casey is following in his father Danny uncles Neilus,Joe,Dommie and Martin Dineen footsteps in carrying on the family long association with the club.Sunday's Final will be his last appearance for the team and he will be hoping it's a winning one.
The team is backboned by the experienced Eoin Twomey(captain),Adrian O Connell,Leonard Forde,David Constant and Eric Murphy who all giving nearly a decade service to the club.With the team average age at 25 the future looks bright for the club.Casey's partnership in the middle of the park with powerhouse Adrian O Connell is one of the underlining reasons for the team journey to the final.
In Eoin Twomey and David Constant the club boast two of the best players in the aul.The team is flanked by Rowan Meegan and Tim Twomey,Meegan pace and skill is a constant threat to any defence and in Tim the club feel it has unearthed a gem,from never playing with a team before,the lad just gets better and better with each game.
The neverending running of front pair Eric Murphy and Jason O Sullivan will ensure the Blackpool defence will have to be on toes to keep them at bay.The club also recognises the commintment of likes of Liam Murphy who travels from Tipperary to play and Anthony O Regan who is there hail,rain or snow are the foundations on which the club prides itself on.
The club is lucky to have two top class keepers in Ian Irwin and Michael O Sullivan both in their first year with the club.The likes of Fred Morris,Steve Sheehan,Ian O Connell,Tony O Mahony and William Wyse are more than capable of being match winners on the night.
The club would like to thank APOC Builders owned by former player Anthony O Connell and the Management of the Glenryan Tavern for their contuined support down through the years and the club hope it may contuine long into the future.The club would like to wish the management duo all the best on the night and to give a special thank you to Paudie O Flynn and Leonard Forde for all there neverending work for club.
Panel for the final,ian irwin,tony dunlea,david constant,liam murphy,eoin twomey(captain),rowan meegan,tim twomey,casey dineen,adrian o connell,eric murphy,jason o sullivan,mick o sullivan,leonard forde,fred morris,ian o connell,anthony o regan,willie wyse,tony o mahony.
(premlinary round) Crescent Athletic 3 Rathcoole Rovers 2 (aet) jason o sullivan,casey dineen,adrian o connell1st round Crescent Athletic 3 fc Banteer 0 jason o sullivan,tim twomey,david constant(pen)2nd round Crescent Athletic 3 Cathedral Celtic 0 fred morris,david constant(2 pens)3rd round Crescent Athletic 2 Glenthorn Celtic 1 Jason o sullivan,Eric murphySemi-final Crescent Athletic 2 Douglas hall 1 adrian o connell,tim twomey.

BLACKPOOL'S SHAUN MURRAY LOOKS AHEAD TO SUNDAY'S CORINTHIANS FINAL v CRESCENT ATHLETIC, TURNER'S CROSS, 7.00PM KICK OFF

Blackpool Celtic was established in 1942 and is very much a family club these days, it’s where the Chairman can be found filling the water bottles…The Secretary cutting and lining the pitch and the Treasurer cleaning out the dressing rooms! The 3 people at the heart of the club are Tony, Shaun and Terence Murray. Essentially the 3 of us share each job! We have been involved with Blackpool Celtic for 24 years and counting.

We take great pride in the fact that a lot of players come to Blackpool Celtic for a look and end up playing here for many years. Over the years we have always tried to keep improving our Facilities, and with the help of Kilcully Scout Camp whom we are entering our 20th season with, we have managed that. In 2000 we installed training lights behind the main pitch and this is where all the hard running is done. At the start of this season we have upgraded these Floodlights.We are consistently complimented on the playing surface at Kilcully.

All this would not have been possible but for the years of support we got from Denis Murphy in The Bowlers Rest, and now that support has been continued by Breda’s Bar in Blackpool and thanks go to Denis Donovan.

As for on the pitch the Cup Final has been a huge boost for what is essentially a very young team. The average age of the existing team is 24 years old. The oldest player being 31. The squad consists of Willy Matthews (C) Billy Murphy Harry DineenIan Murphy James Cronin Barry HorganIan Scott Robbie Murphy Stephen O’ConnorPaul Broe Richie Mannix Darren BroeBarry Hayes Colm Coveney Sean O’ConnorDave O’Shea Roy O’Driscoll

Our last taste of success was in 2002 when we done the double by winning the St Michaels Cup and League 1A under the then manager Conor Foley. This year has seen a great battle between Sean O’Connor with 11 goals and Dave O’Shea on 10 being our top scorers with Barry Hayes chipping in with 6 goals as well. Our path to this years Final has consisted of all away victories.

In terms of suspensions were ok for the Final but injury wise were missing Robbie Murphy as we were for the semi-final after his recent stay in Hospital and we all wish him well.
Path to final:
Knocknaheeney Celtic 3 Blackpool Celtic 3…. Sean O’Connor 2 Dave O’Shea 1 Went through on penaltiesStrand Utd 1 Blackpool Celtic 3…. Ian Scott 2 Roy O’Driscoll 1Greenwood 0 Blackpool Celtic 1 (aet)…. Colm Coveney 1Greenmount 2 Blackpool Celtic 3…. Sean O’Connor 1 Colm Coveney 2

I would also like to thank our sponsors throughout the year Martin and Lynda of Advanced PVC, Billy Murphy of Goodfella’s Barbershop and Blackpool Credit Union.

I cannot write this without asking you to mention a man who we know as “Mr. Blackpool Celtic”…. Tony “Cuddles”Murray. The work he puts in everyday has ensured the survival of this Club over the years. The pitch, the gear and the Finances are all down to him. And myself and the players would like to say Thank You for everything and hopefully he’ll have a Cup soon to show for his hard work. If not he’ll still be up in Kilcully next week cutting the grass and painting the goalposts!
Knockavilla Celtic celebrate success in Premier A
Wilton Utd, pictured with AUL 3 trophy, at last night's final game against Afton
THURS RESULTS
Premier: Glenthorn 3 (M Forde 2, A Greaney) Park Utd 3 (Dave Dineen, Darren Lynch, Swalek Zacknic).
AUL 1A: Park Utd 1 Ballyvolane 3
AUL 3: Wilton 2 Afton Villa 0
Double click on image to enlarge!!

Thursday, May 28, 2009

BLACKSTONE ROVERS

The Blackstone 10th Annual Awards will be held on June 13th in the Sunset Ridge Hotel. Tickets are available on the night or from staff in the Sunset Ridge. Admission is €10 and music is provided by Route 66 - finger food will be available. All past and present players are invited to come along and celebrate 10 years of Blackstone Rovers F.C.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

AUL DIARY CORRECTION

Sorry! Echo version today contained error, mixing Fairview Golf with Cors final. This is correct version!

AUL Diary: Fairview Golf Classic in Mahon Saturday 6th June (note change); Corinthians Cup Final, Blackpool Celtic v Crescent Athletic, Sunday May 31st 7.00pm; Linnane League Cup final at Turner's Cross, Ballyvolane v Kinsale, Monday June 1st (7.00pm). Cork AUL AGM, Doughcloyne Hotel, June 10th (8.00pm); Munster Football Association AGM, Rochestown Park, June 13th (2.30pm).

WATERGRASSHILL UNITED
Club Underage News



U 11 - WATERGRASSHILL UNITED V MACROOM AWAY THIS SATURDAY MAY 30TH 10.30AM KO, A WIN SECURES THE LEAGUE TITLE…..!

U 12 - LEAGUE FINAL “PLAY OFF”
WATERGRASSHILL UNITED V CORKBEG
FRIDAY MAY 29TH, LEESIDE’S GROUND, LITTLE ISLAND 6.45PM KO

ALL SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATED

WELL DONE TO ALL, PLAYERS/PARENTS/MANAGERS, WHO HAVE PARTICIPATED IN THE RECENT UNDERAGE LEAGUES DURING APRIL, MAY & INTO JUNE

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085 8009261 / 086 8225646
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Email: watergrasshillutd@mac.com

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

YOUTH LATEST
The League A.G.M. will take place on Monday 8th June in Ballyphehane Community Centre @ 8 pm Sharp. Every Team are requested to have a Delegate present.
Any new teams, at U17 or Youth level, should attend the A.G.M. as Application and Registration forms will be distributed at the meeting.


FINAL FIXTURES
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youth Leagues:
Thursday 28th May kick off 7 pm
Daly Industrial-Stihl Youth Premier League:
Castleview v Douglas Hall O’Sullivan Pk (S O’Connell)
Cork City v Ringmahon Rangers Colaiste Stiofan Naofa (Ray Murphy)
Saturday 30th May kick off 3 pm
Daly Industrial-Stihl Youth Premier League:
Cork City v Castleview The Farm (T. Long)
Cork City need just 1 point from their last 2 games to win Premier League
CORK YOUTH TABLES AT: http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=r-uk1auEmF5wKkMX6LUoWIA&output=html

CORK AUL TABLES AT: http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=rVdntNVdriur3BEbuECD7UA&output=html

Monday, May 25, 2009

LEEDS - THE CORKERY CUP

Entries being taken this evening - see all the details, including entry form at:
http://docs.google.com/View?id=ddtdjkcd_378c7tnfqgv

Saturday, May 23, 2009

RESULTS
AOH final: Blarney Street 0 Kinsale 0, Kinsale win 7-6 on pens.
Corinthians Cup semi-finals, Douglas Hall 1 Crescent Athletic 2 (aet); Greenmount Rangers 2 Blackpool Celtic 3;
PREMIER A Play-off: Village 2 Macroom 1; Kanturk 3 Village Utd 4, Village promoted.
AUL promotion play-off: Kilreen Celtic 3 Glenvale 2.
AUL 1B: Leeside 3 St John Bosco's 5

Friday, May 22, 2009

The final of the Lucozade Sport Munster Senior Cup between Rockmount and Waterford Utd will take place on Tuesday 2nd June 2009 at Turners Cross, Cork with a 7-30pm kick-off.
PROVISIONAL AUL FIXTURES AT>>
http://docs.google.com/View?id=ddtdjkcd_373gbzzv9fx
Published on 5/22/09 8:35 AM

PROVISIONAL YOUTH FIXTURES AT>>

http://docs.google.com/View?id=ddtdjkcd_374cxczdcgx
Published on 5/22/09 8:41 AM

THURS RESULT
Premier A Play-off: Village 2 Macroom 1

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

CLUB NEWS

Grattan United have commenced work on their new dressing rooms complex. Fund-raising continues for the project and ex members interested in helping out are invited to contact Joe Lynch at 086,1055004.

Glenthorn Celtic Premier team are looking for manager for new season; contact Declan at 087-2788386.


Blackstone Rovers will hold a Table Quiz on Friday 22nd of May in the Sunset Ridge Hotel at 8:30 Pm sharp. Tables of 4 people max are 30 Euro and first prize is 150 Euro. All are welcome.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

WILTON CHAMPIONS!!!!
Premier:
Wilton Utd 3 Kinsale 3 - see ECHO WED
This evening's Premier League clash at The Farm (7.00pm), Wilton v Kinsale, will be preceded by a minute's silence as a mark of respect to Mary Fitzgerald, mother of AUL Oscar Traynor manager Richard Fitzgerald, who died yesterday.

Rosary this evening (7.30) at Forde's, South Gate Bridge;
removal tomorrow Wednesday at 7.30 to Ballyphehane;
funeral on Thursday, after 12.30 mass to St Joseph's.

The league, its clubs and players, extend condolences to Richard and his family.
LATEST CORK YOUTH TABLES AT>>>

http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=r0n5CSuTkMZQycRuoivRO9A
Published on May 19, 2009 8:32:37 AM GMT+01:00

AUL TABLES AT >>>

http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=reNa9hM-IksVSBQO-FV5zNA
Published on May 19, 2009 8:35:26 AM GMT+01:00

Monday, May 18, 2009

MESSAGE FROM MINTY, DECCIE AND ALL THE AUL OSCAR TRAYNOR WINNING PANEL
“Congratulations to Greenwood and Cork City on their FAI national cup successes over the weekend. These are excellent results for Cork soccer.”
And so say all of us!

Sunday, May 17, 2009

PREMIER SHOWDOWN
Wilton v Kinsale
The Farm, Tuesday 7.00pm
Referee: Pat Murphy
Assistants: John Linehan and John Lyne
PEARSE FINISH TOP
by Danny Carroll

AUL 1
Innishvilla 1 Pearse Celtic 4

Pearse took an early lead in AUL 1 when a great cross from a corner by Kevin McCoy was headed in by centre back Darren Roche. This gave the AUL 1 leaders a great start and they continued to look for more goals. Jamie Nagle got just reward for his outstanding hard work and effort when he scored the second after a mix up in the Innishvilla defence.

Pearse like Tuesday night against Richmond were 2 up at the break, however this time Pearse added more goals in the second half. The third goal was an outstanding solo effort by the evergreen Kevin McCoy who on a Pearse counter attack dribbled from the half way line and finished past the Innishvialla keeper with some style.

Pearse wrapped things up soon after when the outstanding Gary O’Shea’s shot rebounded nicely for Kevin McCoy for his second goal of the game. Pearse had numerous chances afterwards but failed to take any of them. Innishvilla were awarded a penalty in injury time to make the final score 4-1 to Pearse.

This was a great result for Pease under a lot of pressure and a great team performance and will hopefully be good enough for the club to lift their first ever First division title and the first time playing in the Premier A division.

Pearse: Damian Walsh, Paul Radley, Eddie Kelly, Darren Roche, Terry Dalton, (James O’Neill), Dave McArdle, Cian Holbrook, Kevin McCoy Eric Pender) Gavin Pender, Gary O’Shea, Jamie Nagle(Timmy Murphy)
Unused Subs: Ray O’Keeffe, James Moore

Saturday, May 16, 2009



John Farrell (left) puts Greenmount one up but their AUL 1 top of table is abandoned in injury time with the score at 2-2.

Kanturk beat Ballyvolane 3-0 to join promotion play-off in Premier A...




RESULTS at 6.00pm SUNDAY
Murphy’s Stout AUL Premier League: Leeside 2 Blarney Street 3; Park Utd v Kinsale off; Grattan Utd Leeside off.
Murphy’s Stout Premier A: Kanturk 3 Ballyvolane 0.
Murphy’s Stout First Division: Innishvilla 2 UCC 0; Greenwood 7 Carrigtwohill 1; Richmond 2 Greenmount Rangers 2, abandoned in injury time; Park v Ballyvolane off; Innishvilla 1 Pearse Celtic 4.
Murphy’s Stout Second Division: Passage 5 Knockraha 6; Hibernians 2 Blackpool Celtic 4.
Murphy’s Stout Third Division: Los Zarcos 4 CFC Banteer 5; Kanturk Macroom off; Castle Celtic 1 Springfield 1; Wilton v Afton Villa off; St John Bosco's v Kanturk not played; Los Zarcos 1 Leeview 4.
WELL DONE SPRINGFIELD - WINNERS OF AUL 3A





WELL DONE SPRINGFIELD - WINNERS OF AUL 3A

Thursday, May 14, 2009

LINNANE CHANGE

The Linnane League Cup final at Turner's Cross, Ballyvolane v Kinsale, has been switched to Monday June 1st, kick off 7.00pm.

THURSDAY RESULTS
Murphy’s Stout AUL Premier League: Grattan Utd Leeside.
Murphy’s Stout First Division: Innishvilla 2 UCC 0; Greenwood 7 Carrigtwohill 1.
Murphy’s Stout Second Division: Knockraha Churchvilla.
Murphy’s Stout Third Division: Los Zarcos 4 CFC Banteer 5; Kanturk Macroom off; Castle Celtic 1 Springfield 1.
Glenthorn Celtic Premier team are looking for manager for new season; contact Declan at 087-2788386.







13th May 2009


LORD MAYOR CLLR BRIAN BERMINGHAM HOSTS OSCAR TRAYNOR WINNERS AT CITY HALL

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

AUL 1 CRUNCH
Saturday's crunch game in AUL 1, Richmond v Greenmount Rangers, will now kick off at the earlier time of 2.30pm.

TUESDAY RESULTS
Murphy’s Stout AUL Premier: Coachford 1 Kinsale 2; Wilton Utd 2 Grattan Utd 0.
Premier A: Kanturk 2 Ballincollig 1.
AUL 1: Richmond 2 Pearse Celtic 2
AUL 1A: Glenthorn Celtic 2 Hillington 1.
AUL 1B: Greenwood 3 St John Bosco's 1
AUL 2: City Wanderers 1 Glenvale 1. Glenvale play off with Kilreen for 2nd place.
Third Division: Kinsale 4 De Courcey 0; Macroom v Kanturk not played.
Blackstone Rovers will hold a Table Quiz on Friday 22nd of May in the Sunset Ridge Hotel at 8:30 Pm sharp. Tables of 4 people max are 30 Euro and first prize is 150 Euro. All are welcome .
Gene Stephens, on the behalf of the Cork Branch of the ISRS, makes a presentation to Billy Lyons to mark his retirement after 31 years as AUL Press Officer.

Best of luck to the Cork team of officials for the Munster Junior Cup final in Jackman Park between Fairview Rangers and Carrick Utd. Left to right: Pat McAuliffe, Willie Long (4th official), Gene Stephens (referee) and Pat Buckley.
LATEST CORK YOUTH TABLES AT>>>
http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=rMfSeN61jSyu2fGrjJvZKYQ
Published on May 12, 2009 8:38:35 AM GMT+01:00

LATEST AUL AT>>>

http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=r_hmsJczkiOVcoXzDNu2qeg
Published on May 12, 2009 9:26:43 AM GMT+01:00

Saturday, May 09, 2009

Co Cup final: Innishvilla 1 Watergrasshill 2 (aet) ----LATE: Waterloo 3 Strand 0; Blackstone 1 Carrigtwohill 3

Johnny Cooney scores late 2nd for Leeds in City Cup win...


RESULTS at 5.35pm, inc Youths
Murphy’s Stout City Challenge Cup final: Leeds A 2 Wilton Utd B 0.
Murphy’s Stout County Cup final: Innishvilla v Watergrasshill – 7.00pm kick off.
Murphy’s Stout Linnane League Cup semi-finals: Macroom 1 Kinsale 1, Kinsale won 4-2 on pens; Grattan Utd 1 Ballyvolane 2 (aet).
Premier League: Glenthorn Cel 1 Kinsale 3; Glenthorn Celtic 1 Coachford 4; Leeside 1 Park Utd 3.
Premier A: Ballyvolane 4 Castleview 2; Dunbar Celtic 0 Kanturk 8.
Murphy’s Stout First Division: Ballyvolane 4 Rylane Celtic 1; Killumney Utd 1 Greenmount Rangers 3. Greenwood 2 Blackstone Rovers 2; Postal Celtic 0 Greenmount Rangers 1; Glenthorn Celtic 2 Park Utd 4; Greenwood 7 Hibernians 0, Greenwood are champs.
Murphy’s Stout Second Division: Carrigaline Utd 3 Knockraha 1; City wanderers 1 Kilreen Celtic 4.
Murphy’s Stout Third Division: Castle Celtic 2 Grattan Utd 1; Watergrasshill Utd 0 Leeview 2; Kanturk 0 Castle Cel 1; Cathedral Cel 4 Grattan Utd 2; Macroom 3 CFC Banteer 2; Leeview 1 Watergrasshill Utd 0; Los Zarcos 0 Springfield 4; Kinsale 5 Ard-Na-Laoi 1; Cathedral Celtic 2 Los Zarcos 0.
Youth Premier League: Cork City 5 Douglas Hall 1; Castleview 4 Ringmahon Rangers 0.
U17 Premier League: Castleview 5 Greenwood 1.
U17 League Cup Final: Cobh Ramblers 1 Cork City 1 (Cobh won 4-2 on pens aet).
Youth League Cup Final: Castleview 1 Cork City 1 (Castleview won 3-0 on pens aet).
Cork AUL fixtures now at -- http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=ddtdjkcd_369dg3cvcd7

Cork Youth fixtures now at -- http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=ddtdjkcd_370cxfg6c8h
Richmond Football Club from the Waterfall area has one of the best teams in the AUL first division and has the aim of going to the top strata of the Premier League in the next few seasons. It also has a second junior team.

The underage section is full of potential. They have schoolboys teams from u-11 to u-16, girls teams at u-12, u-14 and u-16 and next season Richmond youths will be playing premier football for the first time.

The ambitious club is seeking an equally ambitious secretary to help bring all the talents in the club together and get it to the next level. It is an interesting challenge in a vibrant club, in a vibrant community. Interested? The contact number is 085 8148911 (club phone) and Ger O’Shea is available at 085 1741610 and geclo@eircom.net
Not strictly sport but this may be of help if you are taking a break this summer

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Friday, May 08, 2009

Leeds Tournament The Corkery Cup
Leeds AFC, Ballyvolane is hosting a 7-a-side soccer tournament for adults on Sat 30th and Sun 31st May.
Interested in entering a team?
Get details and entry form at http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=ddtdjkcd_367g259ndcs
Published on 5/8/09 5:14 PM
Letter from FAI re internationals at Thomond Park - click on image below to enlarge

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Proposed AUL fixtures 17th MAY: http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=ddtdjkcd_366f4h8mddh

THURS RESULTS
Premier League: Glenthorn Cel 1 Kinsale 3; Blarney Street Ath v Leeside (off -bereavement).
Premier A: Ballyvolane 4 Castleview 2
League 1: Killumney Utd 1 Greenmount Rangers 3.
League 1A: Bohemians v Hillington (off - pitch problem)
League 1B: Greenwood 2 Blackstone Rovers 2; Leeside v St John Bosco’s (off - bereavment) Result; Watergrasshill Utd v Springfield No Result.
League 2B: Carrigaline Utd 3 Knockraha 1.
League 3A: Kanturk 0 Castle Cel 1; Cathedral Cel 4 Grattan Utd 2; Macroom 3 CFC Banteer 2; Leeview 1 Watergrasshill Utd 0; Los Zarcos 0 Springfield 4.
COUNTY CUP FINAL
SUNDAY 7.00pm AT TURNER'S CROSS
Innishvilla v Watergrasshill Utd

Innishvilla squad: Martin Boyle Sean Crowley Michael Crowley Adrian Daly Conor Donnellan Paul Griffin Philip Higgins Anthony Maguire Chris Markey Daniel McSweeney Thomas Mulcahy Sean O'Hara Shane O'Sullivan Declan Rice Bromley Rohu Larry Ryan and Andrew Sheehan

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

TUESDAY RESULTS
AUL 1: Greenmount Rangers 2 Innishvilla 2; Richmond v Pearse Celtic off due to bereavement.
AUL 3a: Springfield 4 Castle Celtic 1.

Sympathy is extended to Danny Carroll of Pearse Celtic on the death of his father.
Meesage from the AUL's Tom Fitzgerald:
The Premier League Game Wilton v Grattan Utd On Saturday 9th May is postponed. As you will see, Grattan are playing Ballyvolane in the semi-final of the Mossie Linnane Cup on Sunday. Saturdays game was put in in error.
Meesage from the AUL's Tom Fitzgerald:
The Premier League Game Wilton v Grattan Utd On Saturday 9th May is postponed. As you will see, Grattan are playing Ballyvolane in the semi-final of the Mossie Linnane Cup on Sunday. Saturdays game was put in in error.
U17, Youth and AUL Tables to 4th May will not be tabulated and sent until Tuesday Night (to-night). - Tony Fitzgerald

Congrats to Gene Stephens who has been selected to referee the Lucozade Sport Munster Junior Cup Final, between Carrick Utd and Fairview Rangers, on Sunday 17th May 2009. His assistant referees are: Pat Buckley and Pat McAuliffe and the 4th Official is Willie Long

Saturday, May 02, 2009

Knockavilla keeper Martin O'Donovan dives to deny Village in Premier A...

Hibernians are looking for a manager for the coming season; contact Larry Hickey at 0872507941 or Brendan Hayes at 0871347954.

Late: Greenwood 1 Leeside 2; Watergrasshill 1 Bosco's 4.

WEEKEND results at 5.35pm SUN
WEEKEND RESULTS
Murphy’s Stout Premier League: Kinsale 4 Glenthorn Celtic 1; Park Utd 4 Blarney Street Athletic 1; Wilton Utd 6 Leeside 1; Glenthorn Celtic 1 Wilton Utd 2; Castleview 2 Macroom 3; Rathcoole Rovers 1 Ballincollig 1; Village Utd 1 Knockavilla Celtic 1; Ballyvolane 1 Kanturk 2; Coachford v Kinsale off.
Murphy’s Stout First Division: Buttevant 2 Park Utd 0; Watergrasshill Utd 1 Mayfield Utd 4; Park Utd 2 Rylane Celtic 5; Carrigtwohill Utd 2 Springfield 2; Hibernians 1 Blackstone Rovers 3; Douglas Hall 1 Killumney Utd 1; Passage 2 Ballyvolane 5; Bohemians 1 Glenthorn Celtic 0.
Murphy’s Stout Second Division: City Wanderers 1 Grangevale 1; Crescent Athletic 2 Waterloo 1; Passage v Knockraha off; Millstreet v Coachford not played; Lakewood Athletic 2 Hibernians 0.
Murphy’s Stout Third Division: Afton Villa 4 Ard-Na-Laoi 3; Greenwood 0 Kinsale 3; Grattan Utd 1 Los Zarcos 0; Kanturk 1 CFC Banteer 0; St John Bosco's 0 Watergrasshill Utd 0; St John Bosco’s v Rathcoole Rovers off; Cathedral Celtic v Kanturk off; Springfield v Macroom not played.
Murphy’s Stout Corinthians Cup: Greenwood 0 Blackpool Celtic 1 (aet); Crescent Athletic 2 Glenthorn Celtic 1; Greenmount Rangers 0 Leeds B 0, Greenmount won 4-3 pens; Casement Celtic 1 Douglas Hall 2.
New date for Linnane and Corinthians Cup final - Sunday 31st May

Corinthians Cup semi-final draw: Douglas Hall v Crescent Athletic; Greenmount Rangers v Kanturk B or Blackpool Celtic. Games on May 22nd, final 31st May
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