Cork AUL

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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Corinthians Cup Semi Finals: UCC A 1 Park Utd B 1 (Park won 6-5 on pens); Kilreen Celtic 4 Buttevant A 1.
Premier League: Park Utd 5 Ballyvolane 0; Knockavilla Celtic 2 Coachford 1;
AUL 1: Postal Celtic 0 Carrigtwohill Utd 2;
AUL 1A: Rathcoole Rovers 2 Donoughmore Ath 2;
AUL 2: Dunbar Celtic 1 Hibernians 5; Casement Celtic 2 Innishvilla 3;
AUL 2B: Churchvilla 2 Brooklodge Utd 1; Central Rovers v Castle Celtic (off); Cathedral Celtic 1 Corkbeg 2;
AUL 3: Cork Road Celtic 0 De Courcey Albion 2; Leeside C 2 Parkview Celtic 0; Hibernians 2 UCC 2;

Cork City 3 Drogheda 2

Cork City 3 Droheda 2
Drogheda, upset by early injuries, never got going in first half when they had strong breeze behind them at Bishopstown. City scored twice in the 15 minutes before the break and it looked as if the second half would be easy for them.
The visitors though fought well and got one back and had equalising chances before City volleyed in a superb third about the 75th minute. Top saves by the Drogheda keeper kept City at three before a fantastic free kick goal came too late for the visitors and Cork will play Killarney Celtic in the final.

Click on collage below to enlarge

 Kieran Boyde 

Pics from Cork Youth Leagues U17 Div 1A, Lakewood V Macroom.Win for Lakewood with 10 men.Missed penalty for Macroom. 


The FAI are giving all clubs the opportunity to take their Schoolboy, Schoolgirls players to an International in the Aviva Stadium with a great offer. The offer will apply to the upcoming Carling Nations Cup games against Scotland and North of Ireland. You take your choice of which game you want to attend.

Details of offer are as follows: 40 number U16 tickets @ just €10 per ticket, and 4 number Adult tickets @ just €30 per ticket per game.
This is a limited offer and clubs interested are requested to contact Tony Fitzgerald by e-mail at: or by texting 087-7936611 by Friday 6th May.

Friday, April 29, 2011

The Dillon's Cross players and supporter celebrating after winning the City Challenge Cup following their 3-1 win over Fairview at the Cross on Friday night.
City Challenge Cup Final (tonight at the Cross):
Dillon's Cross 3-1 Fairview
John McNamara, Mark Walsh and Steven Monaher scored for the Cross.
Tadgh Miller scored Fairview's goal.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Brief review on tonight’s games:
There’s not much really to look at after tonight’s action with no surprises happening.
In 1A, both favourites to win the title won tonight – Douglas Hall and Kilreen Celtic.
Next Thursday at Douglas Hall’s place will be the decider for the title when both themselves and Kilreen get together for the big showdown.
In league 2, Innishvilla won 2-1 away to City Wanderers tonight so, a point away to Casement next Saturday will seal the title for them.
In league 2A, Leeview performed the great escape by grabbing all three points in what was a must win game away to Killowen to guarantee their survival in this division next year.
They did what was asked of them and won 4-1.
This means now that Coachford B will be relegated.
CORK AUL Results for Thursday:
AUL 1: St John Boscos 2 Springfield 5; Glen Celtic 2 Buttevant 1.
AUL 1A: Douglas Hall 6 UCC 0; Greenmount Rangers 0 Kilreen Celtic 2; Rathcoole Rovers 0 Richmond 3; Dunbar Celtic 4 Grangevale 1.
AUL 2: Hibernians 9 Kinsale 1; City Wanderers 1 Innishvilla 2.
AUL 2A: Killowen 1 Leeview Ath 4; Millstreet Celtic 5 Rylane Celtic 0.
AUL 2B: Central Rovers 1 Brooklodge Utd 3; Springfield 2 Corkbeg 2; Churchvilla v Castle Celtic (off).
AUL 3A: Los Zarcos 1 Strand Utd 3.

Saturday May 7th Ko. 3.00pm
County Cup Semi Final First Leg
Ballincollig v Leeside B, Regional Pk, Paul O’Sullivan
Hibernians A v Glanworth Utd, Shanbally, J.Thompson
Premier League:Park Utd v Wilton Utd, Brigeown, A.Mylod
Premier A League:Blackstone Rovers v Killumney Utd, Monard, T.Tully
AUL 1:Knockraha v Buttevant, Pigeon Hill, P.Murphy
AUL 1A:UCC v Rathcoole Rovers, The Farm, S.Barry
AUL 2B:Watergrasshill Utd v Brooklodge Utd, Skehenagh, M.O’Farrell
AUL 3A:Lakewood Ath v Buttevant, Ovens, E.Mullins
Sunday 8th May Ko. 10.45 am Unless Otherwise Stated
Premier League:Macroom v Kinsale, Murray Field, A.O’Regan
AUL 1:Glen Celtic v Fairview, Glen Pk, Paul O’Sullivan;Springfield v Dillons Cross, Pat O’Brien Pk, J.Thompson;Park Utd v Shandon Celtic, Brigeon, D.O’Mahony
AUL 3:UCC v Greenwood, The Farm, 3.00pm, S.Barry
AUL3A: Knocknaheeny Celtic v Kanturk, Kilmore Road, E.Mullins
Tuesday 10th May Ko. 7.00pm Sharp
Premier League:Wilton Utd v Coachford, Farranlee Road, P.Murphy
Premier A League:Glenthorn Celtic v Killumney Utd, St Aidens Community School, D.O’Mahony
AUL 3:Glen Celtic v UCC, Glen Pk, D.Donovan
AUL 3A: Lakewood Ath v Ballincollig, Ovens, G.Duffy;Newmarket v Strand Utd , Newmarket, C.Long;
Wednesday 11th May Ko. 7.00pm Sharp
Premier Legaue:Kinsale v Grattan Utd, Madden Pk, T.Tully
Thursday 12th May Ko. 7.00pm Sharp
AUL 1:Fairview v Leeside, Monard, A.Mylod;Park Utd v Springfield, Brigowen, J.Thompson; Postal Celtic v Buttevant, Mayfield Utd Pk, B.Noonan
AUL 1A:UCC v Kilreen Celtic, The Farm, T.Thompson
AUL 2:Inter city Celtic v Hibernians, Shanbally, L.Murphy
AUL 2B:Springfield v Glanworth Utd, Pat O’Brien Pk, J.Quinn
AUL 3A:Grattan Utd v Knocknaheeny Celtic, O’Neill Pk, M.O’Flynn


 The Cork Youth Leagues are inviting expressions of interest from its Clubs who may wish to participate in an U19 League (born 1993, players who presently are playing U17) for next season.  Pls reply by return email to John Finnegan

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Here are a couple of results from tonight.
Premier: Park United 1-3 Leeside.
AUL 2B: Carrigaline 1-1 Glanworth

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Here’s a review on Tuesday’s games.
Premier: Kinsale still remain unbeaten after ten games and came out on top on Tuesday with a 2-1 win over Coachford with goals from Sean Lyons and Steve Goulding.
But, it was not all a bed of roses as they had to come from behind to grind out their win.
Wilton also continued their solid form but, had to come from behind also to win out 3-1 away to Ballyvolane who must now put up a brave fight to avoid relegation.
Macroom had a huge 2-1 win over Knockavilla which separated them from the teams below them battling relegation.
Blarney Street had a comfortable 5-0 win at home against Grattan.
Here’s the way top and bottom looks now.
1. Leeside P16 Pts 33 18 games to be played
2. Wilton P14 Pts 32
3. Blarney St P17 Pts 31
4. Coachford P16 Pts 27
5. Kinsale P10 Pts 26
Here’s how the bottom looks like.
Macroom P15 Pts 18
Knockavilla P16 Pts 13
Ballyvolane P15 Pts 12
Grattan P16 Pts 3

Premier A: Killumney did the business tonight away to Bohemians when they ran out 2-1 winners to chalk up another victory in their efforts to go for the title.
Here’s the way it looks now at the top.
1. Greenwood A P18 Pts 38 18 games to be played.
2. Killumney P14 Pts 34
So, as you can see, all Killumney need now to win the title is 5 points from 4 games.
Not a very difficult task. One thing is for sure both Greenwood and Killumney are promoted anyway.

AUL 3: The most important game to take notice of in this section was Leeside C at home to Carrigtwohill. Well, they ran out 3-1 winners to put themselves right in there with a big chance to take the title. But, take a look now at this section at the minute.
1. Leeside C P21 Pts 40 22 games to be played
2. Cork Rd Clt P21 Pts 40
3. De Courcy P21 Pts 39
4. Boscos P20 Pts 37
No need for me to point out how exciting this one is.

Watch this space once again next Thursday night where I will have all the results along with the usual review.
Premier league: Coachford 1 Kinsale 2; Ballyvolane 1 Wilton Utd 3; Blarney St Ath 5 Grattan Utd 0; Macroom 2 Knockavilla Celtic 1.
Premier A League: Bohemians 1 Killumney Utd 2; Village Utd 3 Leeds 1.
AUL 3: Leeside C 3 Carrigtwohill Utd 1; Hibernians 2 Greenwood B 4; Glen Celtic 4 Innishvilla 2.
Afton Villa 5 UCC 0.
AUL 3A: Kanturk 3 Buttevant 2; Bweeng 4 Knocknaheeny Celtic 3

Brief Review to follow shortly.
Seamus Miller (Captain of Fairview) displays the team of the month award for March after the presentation at the Angler's Bar on Monday night. Also in picture are Tom Fitzgerald (AUL), Stephen O'Donovan (Fairview), Paul Pepper (Fairview), Niall Burns (Proprieter of Angler's Bar) and Denis Crowley (AUL).

Monday, April 25, 2011

Here’s a re-cap on some of Tuesday night’s fixtures.
Well now – things are starting to get very interesting indeed with more big games going on tomorrow night. Let’s take a quick peek at the action and what it means for some teams.
Premier: Kinsale are the only team unbeaten in this section but they are away to Coachford on Tuesday night and will do very well to come away with three points here. A potential banana skin for one of the favourites to take the title.
Knockavilla’s win last week against Blarney Street has put it up to Ballyvolane now and at Ballyvolane Park on Tuesday night, the homesters will have a tough nut to crack in Wilton who are now hitting form at the right time.
Blarney Street will be favourites to get back to winning ways at home to Grattan and Knockavilla should be full of confidence when they travel away to Macroom.

Premier A: Killumney now only need 8 points from 5 games to win the title and the process to commence that ambition could begin tomorrow night with a win away over Bohemians.
Villages’ fate was sealed last Sunday when they went down 0-3 away to Greenwood so there game at home against Leeds will be a bit meaningless.

AUL 3: After Cork Road Celtic’s defeat last week, has blown the race for the title wide open in this section as any one of four teams can become champions.
They are Cork Road Celtic, De Courcey Albion, Leeside C and St. John Boscos.
The biggest game in this section on Tuesday will be Leeside at home to Carrigtwohill and a win here for Leeside would give them a great chance of becoming champions.

Tune into this space tomorrow night and I will have all the results plus a fresh look at the tables as a result of the action.



Latest AUL Tables




Daly Industrial-Stihl Cork Youth Leagues Fixtures

Wednesday 27th April
( Kick Off)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youths 1A

Buttevant                    v          Careigaline Utd A       Buttevant                    (R Murphy)
Everton                       v          Lakewood Ath                        Everton Park               (M Barry)

Thursday 28th April
(6.45pm Kick Off)

Murphy Cup Semi Final

Ringmahon Rgs          v          College Corithians      Ringmahon Park         (M Barry)
Carrigaline Utd A       v          Kilreen Celtic              Ballea Park                  (A O’Regan)

Teddy Healy Cup Semi-Finals

Rockmount     v          College Corinthians / Wilton Utd       Rockmount Park (T. Cotter)
Leeds              v          Bandon / Cork City                            Leeds Park          (J. Sweeney)                                                                                                           
Friday 29th April
(6.45pm Kick Off)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 League 1A

Lakewood Ath                        v          Macroom                     Ovens              (D O’Mahony)

Saturday 30th April
(3pm Kick Off Unless stated)

FAI Umbro Youths Cup Semi-Final

Cork City                    v          Drogheda                    Bishopstown 2pm       (FAI)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youths Premier

Glouthanune               v          Castleview                              Glouthaune                 (J Sweeney)
Carrigaline Utd A       v          College Corinthians                Ballea Park                  (T Cotter)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youths 1A

Kinsale                        v          Buttevant                                Kinsale                        (R Murphy)

Monday 2nd May

Murphy  Cup Final

Ringmahon Rgs / College Corinthians            v          Carrigaline Utd / Kilreen Celtic
                                                Turners Cross 11am    (M. Barry, T. Cotter, J. Sweeney)

Tuesday 3rdMay

Daly Industrial Suplies-Stihl U17 League 1

Greenwood                 v          Rockmount                 Coffeys Field  (J. Lyne)

Wednesday 4th May
(7pm Kick Off)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 League Premier

Cobh Ramblers           v          Cork City        St Colmans Park         (A O’Regan)
Temple Utd                 v          Wilton             Temple Park                (T Cotter)
Castleview                  v          Leeds              O’Sullivan Park           (A O’Connell)

Thursday 5th May
(7pm Kick Off)

Avondale Utd            v          Cork City        Avondale Park                        (T Cotter)
College Corinthains    v          Castleview      Castletearsure              (A O’Regan)

Friday 6th May
(7pm KO)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 Premier League

Castleview                  v          Cork City                    O’Sullivan Park           (I. O’Connell)
Wilton Utd                  v          Riverstown                  Lee Road                    (A. O’Regan)

Final of Teddy Healy Cup will take place on Monday 1st May at 6.30pm in Turners Cross.

Sunday, April 24, 2011


Friday, April 23
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 Premier League: Castleview 1 Cobh Ramblers 0, Temple United 2  Leeds 1.
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 League 1A: Macroom 1 Lakewood Athletic 1.
Teddy Healy Cup quarter-final: Rockmount 3 Blarney United 1.

Sunday, April 24
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youths Premier League: Castleview 2 Avondale United 2.
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youths League 1A: Ballincollig 1 Everton 2, Kinsale 3 Carrigaline Utd B 3. 

Sunday, April 25
FAI Umbro Youths InterLeague Cup final: Kilkenny League 4 Cork Youth Leagues 2 (aet).
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 League 1A: Strand United 2 Blarney United 1.
AOH Cup Semi Final First Leg: Killumney Utd 1 Wilton Utd A 4; Kinsale A 1 Leeside A 1.
County Cup Quarter Finals: Ballincollig 1 Rylane Celtic 0; Leeside 2 v Innishvilla A 1 (aet).
Premier League: Blarney St Ath 1 Knockavilla Celtic 2; Macroom v Park Utd (off).
Premier A League: Kanturk 2 Glenthorn Celtic 1; Greenwood 3Village Utd 0; Leeds 3 Bohemians 2.
AUL 1: Knockraha 2 Glen Celtic 1; ST John Boscos 2 Buttevant 5; Shandon Celtic 0 Carrigtwohill Utd 5; Dillons Cross 0 Fairview 1.
AUL 1A: Rathcoole Rovers 2 Glenvale 6; Kilreen Celtic 5 Donoughmore Ath 1; Richmond 5 Greenmount Rangers 0; Grangevale 0 Douglas Hall 5.
AUL2: Hibernians 3 Casement Celtic 0; Kinsale 1 Wilton B 5.
AUL 2A: Killowen 2 Crescent Ath 2; Leeview Ath 1 CFC Banteer 1.
AUL 2B: Central Rovers 0 Watergrasshill 4; Corkbeg 3 Brooklodge Utd 3; Cathedral Celtic 6 Churchvilla 0; Glanworth 6 Ballintotis 4;
AUL 3: Glen Celtic 1 Greenwood 1; St John Boscos 3 Cork Road Celtic 2; Parkview Celtic v UCC (off).
AUL 3A: Hillington 4 Bweeng 4; Buttevant 2 Knocknaheeny Celtic 3; Grattan Utd 3 Lakewood Ath 2.
County Cup Semi-final Draw:
Ballincollig v Leeside B
Hibernians A v Glanworth

Leeds 1 College Corinthians 1 - the photos

 Kieran Boyde 
Pics from senior MSL First Division @ Leeds Pk. Leeds 1 - College Corinthians 1. Cup to Corinthians 
It is with great sadness that the football fraternity learned of the recent death of one of Greenmount’s greats – Val Hackett.
Val was a super player on the field of play and was blessed with a God-given talent that made him stand out among others.
He will be remembered for many of his magical displays throughout his era.
May he rest in peace.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Will be held on Friday, 8th July in the Cobh G.C. - 12.30pm -> 5.30pm.

€180 per team with dinner at the Elm Tree included.

Text or call the following contact for a Tee time OR if there is any further information you may require: Cathal - 087 7995499.

Please feel free to pass the info on to others. Any sponsorship or support would be very gratefully received by Leeside FC.


Best of luck to Richard Fitzgerald and his Cork Youths team who play hosts Kilkenny in the final of the national youths championship on Sunday. The omens are good. Cork reached the final in 1980 and also had to travel and came good in extra time thanks to a second strike from Youghal's Terry Kearns.

Here is the story of that campaign:


Manager:  Denis Galvin.
Selectors:  Mick Moriarty (Blackpool Celtic);  Noel Stokes (St Mary's);  John Delea (Rockmount); and Paddy Fitton (Ballincollig).

1st round:
Turners Cross , 6/1/80
Cork AUL  4  Limerick DL  1
Cork scorers:  Mattie Murphy, Liam Murphy, Jamesie Corcoran, and Dave Barry.
Cork team:  F. Hogan, N. O'Driscoll, F. Begley, M. O'Keeffe, T. O'Donovan, M. Murphy, L. Murphy, D. Barry, J. Corcoran, K. Murphy, and P. Long.  Subs:  S. O'Sullivan and T. Kearns.

2nd round: 
Dublin 24.2.80
Dublin AUL  2  Cork AUL  2 (after extra time)
Cork scorers:  Corcoran, Kearns.
Cork team:  F. Hogan (Ballincollig),  N. O'Driscoll (Rockmount), F. Begley (Everton),  M. O'Keeffe (Rockmount), T. O'Donovan (Tramore Ath.), Mattie Murphy (do.), Liam Murphy (Wilton Utd), Dave Barry (Tramore Ath.),  J. Corcoran (Central Rvrs), T. Kearns (St Martin's), and K. Murphy (UCC Academicals).  Subs:  S. O'Sullivan (Casement Celtic) and P. Long (St Mary's).

Turners Cross 9/3/80
Cork AUL  2  Dublin AUL  1
Cork scorers:  Corcoran, Kearney.
Cork team:  Hogan, O'Sullivan, Begley, O'Keeffe, O'Donovan, L. Murphy, Barry, M. Murphy, Corcoran, Kearns, and K. Murphy.  Subs:  Long and Kearney.

3rd round:
Ballybofey 20/4/80
Donegal  2  Cork AUL  2 (after extra time)
Cork scorers:  Dave Barry,  Terry O'Donovan.
Cork team:  ??????????

Turners Cross 27/4/80
Cork AUL  1  Donegal  0
Cork scorer:  Dave Barry
Cork team:  Hogan, S. Madden (Tramore Ath.), Begley, O'Keeffe, O'Donovan, M. Murphy, Barry, L. Murphy, K. Kearney, K. Murphy, and T. Kearns.  Subs:  P. Long and D. O'Connor.
Kilkenny 6/6/80
Kilkenny DL  1  Cork AUL  2 (after extra time)
Cork scorer:  Kearns (2)
Cork team:  Hogan, O'Sullivan, Begley, O'Keeffe, O'Donovan (c), Madden, M. Murphy, L. Murphy, Kearns, K. Murphy, and O'Connor.  Subs:  Long and Martin Lyons (Ringmahon Rangers).  Cork footballers called up Dave Barry.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

A quick review after tonight’s results:
AUL 1: No huge surprises here with both Carrigtwohill and Springfield winning their games.
Carrigtwohill are now looking very strong at the helm and although Springfield are well in there still with a chance, you have to wonder a bit if they can really bite into this enormous amount of league games they have in hand - in a positive manner.
That of course remains to be seen yet.
At the other end of the table, Shandon Celtic’s defeat away to Springfield is not too much of a concern for them, the fact that Boscos were also beaten 3-0 by Glen Celtic.
Here is a cut-down version of the table after tonight’s results.
1. Carrigtwohill P17 Pts 42 games to be played 22
2. Dillon’s Cross P19 Pts 39
3. Leeside B P19 Pts 33
Springfield are 7th after playing 10 with 22 Points

AUL 1A: This section now - without doubt is a two horse race and after the ‘Hall’s 6-0 win away to Richmond, they take over the helm above fellow title challengers Kilreen Celtic who did not play tonight.
Here is the situation.
1. Douglas Hall P17 Pts 41 games to be played 20
2. Kilreen Celtic P16 Pts 40

AUL 2: Innishvilla continue to set a blistering pace here once again and after tonight’s 5-1 victory over Blackpool Celtic, you have to fancy them to take the title.
The battle at the bottom continues and after Inter City Celtic’s 4-3 win away to Kinsale, this massive three points could now make them safe. But, Dunbar and Casement are not out of the woods by any means after they both drew 2-2 tonight.
1. Innishvilla P15 Pts 42 games to be played 18
2. Hibs P14 Pts 33

AUL 2A: After tonight’s results, this one has also turned into a two horse race with both Crescent and Millstreet winning their games.
Near the bottom, Killowen’s 1-0 win to-night over Waterloo pushed them away from the danger zone.
1. Crescent P16 Pts 39 games to be played 18
2. Millstreet P16 Pts 38

AUL 2B: No doubt, the massive result of the night here was Cathedral Celtic’s 4-1 away win over Brooklodge. This certainly puts them right back into the picture again although Watergrasshill still has the upper-hand with three points to spare.
The basement battle was very interesting here also and there is no doubt but that Central’s 4-1 win over Churchvilla was a massive three points. Glanworth’s 3-2 win over Castle was also a huge result for them.
1. Watergrasshill P18 Pts 41 games to be played 20
2. Cathedral Cel P18 Pts 38

So, another interesting weekend lies ahead, will be back again on this space next Tuesday night with all the results and reviews.

Tonight's AUL Results... Review to follow
AUL 1: Glen Celtic 3 ST John Boscos 0; Park Utd 1 Carrigtwohill Utd 3; Springfield 4 Shandon Celtic 0; Leeside 1 Buttevant 2.
AUL 1A: Passage 0 Greenmount Rangers 2; UCC 2 Glenvale 3; Richmond 0 Douglas Hall 6.
AUL 2: Dunbar Celtic 2 Casement Celtic 2; Kinsale 3 Inter City Celtic 4; Innishvilla 5 Blackpool Celtic 1; Wilton Utd 2 City Wanderers 2.
AUL 2A: Killowen 1 Waterloo 0; Millstreet Celtic 4 Coachford B 2; Crescent Ath 1 Rylane Celtic 0.
AUL 2B: Central Rovers 4 Churchvilla 1; Castle Celtic 2 Glanworth Utd 3; Brooklodge Utd 1 Cathedral Celtic 4.
AUL 3: De Courcey Albion 4 Innishvilla B 0.


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Friday 29th April K.o 7.30 pm
City Challenge Cup Final
Dillons Cross v Fairview, Turners Cross, A.Mylod, G.Duffy,L.Murphy
Saturday 30th April K.o 3.00pm Unless Otherwise Stated
Corinthians Cup Semi Finals
UCC A v Park Utd B, The Farm, P.McAulliffe
Kilreen Celtic v Buttevant A, Murphys Farm, J.Thompson
Premier League
Park Utd v Ballyvolane, Brigowen, D.O’Mahony
Knockavilla Celtic v Coachford, Knockavilla, P.Murphy
Postal Celtic v Carrigtwohill Utd, Mayfield Utd Pk, 5.00pm, M.O’Farrell
Rathcoole Rovers v Donoughmore Ath, Rathcoole, Paul O’Sullivan
Dunbar Celtic v Hibernians, Murphys Farm, B.Buckley
Casement Celtic v Innishvilla, Casement Pk, C.Long
Churchvilla v Brooklodge Utd, Kilmoy Cloyne, S.Barry
Central Rovers v Castle Celtic, O’Sullivan Pk, D.Donovan
Cathedral Celtic v Corkbeg, Fairfield, T. Thompson
Cork Road Celtic v De Courcey Albion, Fermoy, M.O’Flynn
Leeside v Parkview Celtic, Pigeon Hill, E.Mullins
Hibernians v UCC, Shanbally, A.McDonagh

Sunday 1st May Ko. 10.45 am Unless Otherwise Stated
AOH Cup Semi Final Second Leg
Wilton Utd A v Killumney Utd, Farranlea Road, P.Murphy, A.Mylod, J.Thompson
Shandon Celtic v Springfield, Killowen, A.O’Regan
Grangevale v Greenmount Rangers, Grangevale Pk, B.Noonan
Blackpool Celtic v Kinsale, St Aidens Community School, R.Bond
Millstreet Celtic v Crescent Ath, Town Pk, D.O’Mahony
Greenwood v St John Boscos, Clashduv Rd, 3.00pm, M.O’Flaherty
Grattan Utd v Bweeng, O’Neill Pk, P.O’Reilly
Strand Utd v Buttevant, Ballyanley, J.Quinn
Kanturk v Ballincollig, Kanturk, Peter O’Sullivan
Knocknaheeny Celtic v Ballinhassig, Kilmore Road, T.McDonagh
Monday 2nd May Ko. 10.45 am
AOH Cup Semi Final Second Leg
Leeside A v Kinsale A, Little Island, D.O’Mahony,B.Noonan,Paul O’Sullivan
Tuesday 3rd May Ko 7.00pm Sharp
Premier League
Ballyvolane v Macroom, Ballyvolane Pk, A.O’Regan
Wilton Utd v Grattan Utd, Farranlea Rd, T.Tully
Premier A League
Pearse Celtic v Killumney Utd, CIT Bishopstown, B.Noonan
Springfield v Knockraha, Pat O’Brien Pk, M.O’Farrell
Carrigtwohill Utd v St JohnBoscos, Ballyadam Pk, E.Mullins
Greenwood v Glen Celtic, Clashduv Road, B.Buckley
Innishvilla v UCC, Knocknacurra, A.McDonagh
Newmarket v Buttevant, Newmarket, D.Donovan
Knocknaheeny Celtic v Hillington, Kilmore Rd,L.Murphy
Strand Utd v Lakewood Ath, Ballyanley, P.McAulliffe
Ballincollig v Los Zarcos, Regional Pk, M.O’ Flynn
Thursday 5th May Ko. 7.00pm Sharp
Premier League
Kinsale v Knockavilla Celtic, Madden Pk, T.Tully
Carrigtwohill Utd v Park Utd, Ballyadam Pk, P.Murphy
Buttevant v Shandon Celtic, Buttevant, A.Mylod
Fairview v St John Boscos, Monard, T.Thompson
UCC v Passage, The Farm, Paul O’Sullivan
Rathcoole Rovers v Grangevale, Rathcoole, J.Thompson
Douglas Hall v Kilreen Celtic, Moneygourney, A.O’Regan
Innishvilla v Ard Na Laoi, Knocknacurra, J.Quinn
Brooklodge Utd v Glanworth Utd, GACA Pitches Brooklodge, M.O’Flaherty

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Once again, can all clubs - win, lose or draw please text me the results for midweek games a.s.a.p.
It does not matter whether you are the home or away team.
There are lots of interesing games going on again on Thursday night so, watch this space once again for all results.
We will also take a fresh look at how the tables are shaping up.
Thanks to everyone once again for your help.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Fairview celebrate after winning the St. Michael's Cup following their 5-0 win over Grangevale at the Cross on Tuesday night. Timmy Sheehan who was man of the match scored a hat-trick and a terrific performance also from Kenneth Kearney yielded Fairview the other two goals.
Tuesday 19th April
St Michaels Cup Final: Fairview 5 Grangevale 0.
Premier League: Kinsale 5 Ballyvolane 1; Wilton Utd 2 Leeside 1; Macroom 0 Blarney St Ath 1.
Premier A League: Castleview 1 Killumney Utd 3.
AUL 1A: Dunbar 1 UCC A 2.
AUL 3: UCC B 2 Glen Celtic 2; ST John Boscos 1 Leeside C 1; Greenwood 1 Afton Villa 2; Hibernians 1 Cork Road Celtic 2.
AUL 3A: Knocknaheeny Celtic 1 Buttevant B 2; Grattan Utd 3 Kanturk 1; Hillington 3 Strand Utd 2; Newmarket 6 Los Zarcos 2; Ballinhassig 3 Lakewood Ath 0.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Please note: There will be a slight delay on posting results onto the Blog tomorrow night as I will be out in the Cross covering the St. Michael’s Cup Final and will not get home until ‘round 10pm.

Here’s a re-cap on some of Tuesday's key fixtures.
St. Michael’s Cup Final: Of course this is the big game on at the Cross and there is no doubt that Fairview are the in-form team ahead of this game but, we all know about finals and how you can become a cropper if the attitude is not right in a one-off situation that a final is.
However, I would still fancy Fairview to lift the trophy come the end of the action.
Premier: Although all games are big to everyone involved, the Wilton game at home to Leeside certainly catches the eye. For both teams, it’s a must win game if they are to pursue the title in earnest.
Kinsale are at home to Ballyvolane and will be fancied to take the points while Blarney Street have a tricky trip to Macroom.
Premier A: Killumney travel to Castleview and will be made work extremely hard to get anything at O’Sullivan Park. Just in case, some people are not aware, Greenwood A are promoted already here and are awaiting the outcome of Killumney’s results now, from here on with a very keen eye.
AUL 3: It’s all happening here tomorrow night also. Boscos are at home to neighbours Leeside B in what will be another crunch game for both sides in the race fo the title and at Shanbally, leaders Cork Road Celtic could be the ones who can take another step closer to clinching the title but, must first overcome Hibs in their own back yard.
AUL 3A: All eyes will be on Ballinhassig’s game at home to Lakewood and a win here for the leaders could potentially give them the title depending on how Ballincollig do with their games in hand.

So, lots to look forward to on Tuesday night.


Saturday, April 16
FAI Umbro Youths Cup quarter-final: Galway Hibs 0 Cork City 2.
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youths League 1: Leeds 6 Fermoy 0.
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youths League 1A: Ringmahon Rangers 6 Carrigaline United B 0, Lakewood Athletic 1 Everton 5.

Sunday, April 17
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 Premier League: Carrigaline United A 0 Cork City 5, Wilton United 2 Castleview 1, Temple United 0 Cobh Ramblers 1.
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 League 1: Douglas Hall 1 Cobh Wanderers 4, Rockmount 6 Carrigaline United B 0.
Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 League 1A: Riverstown Athletic 3 Blarney United 6.
Teddy Healy Cup: Strand United 3 Leeds 5.


Daly Industrial-Stihl Cork Youth Leagues Fixtures

Friday 22nd April
(6.30pm Kick Off)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 League Premier

Castleview                  v          Cobh Ramblers           O’Sullivan Park           (J Sweeney)
Temple Utd                 v          Leeds                          Temple Park                (J Walsh)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl under 17 League 1A

Macroom                     v          Lakewood Ath                        Macroom                     (R Murphy)
Strand Utd                  v          Blarney Utd                Ballyanley                   (T. Cotter)

Ted Healy Cup Q-Final

Rockmount                 v          Blarney Utd                Rockmount Park         (M Barry)

Saturday 23rd April
(3pm Kick Off)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youths Premier

Castleview                  v          Avondale Utd             O’Sullivan Park 1pm   (J Walsh)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl Youths 1A

Ballincollig                  v          Everton                       Ballincollig                  (T Cotter)
Ringmahon Rangers    v          Buttevant                    Ringmahon                  (A O’Regan)
Kinsale                        v          Carrigaline Utd B       Kinsale                        (M. Barry)

Sunday 24th April

FAI Umbro Youths Inter-League Final

Kilkenny League         v          Cork Youth Leagues   Castlecommer 3pm     (FAI)

Tuesday 26th April
(6.30pm Kick Off)

Ted Healy Cup Q-Final

Bandon                       v          Cork City                    Bandon                       (T Cotter)
College Corinthians    v          Wilton Utd                  Castletreasure              (A O Connell)

Thursday 29th April
(6.30pm Kick Off)

Daly Industrial Supplies-Stihl U17 League Premier

Wilton Utd                  v          Cork City                    Lee Road                    (T. Cotter)
Castleview                  v          Riverstown                  O’Sullivan Park           (J Sweeney)



Sunday, April 17, 2011

UCC A v Park Utd B
Kilreen Celtic v Buttevant A
County Cup 3rd Round: Springfield A 0 Innishvilla A 1.
County Cup Quarter Final: Carrigtwohill Utd A 1 Glanworth Utd 2; Hibernians A 2 Buttevant A 0.
Corinthians Cup Quarter Finals: UCC A 3 Brooklodge Utd 1; Park Utd B 3 Rathcoole Rovers A 0; Kilreen Celtic 3 Castle Celtic 2 (aet); Buttevant A 1 Killowen 0.
Premier League: Knockavilla Celtic 2 Ballyvolane 3; Grattan Utd 0 Kinsale 2; Wilton Utd 4 Park Utd 0; Leeside 2 Coachford 3.
Premier A League: Kanturk 2 Killumney Utd 2; Blackstone Rovers 4 Leeds 2; Glenthorn Celtic 3 Greenwood 0;
AUL 1: Postal Celtic 1 Dillons Cross 4;
AUL 1A: Greenmount Rangers 3 Dunbar Celtic 3; Donoughmore Ath 1 Douglas Hall 2;
AUL 2: Dunbar Celtic 1 City Wanderers 3; Blackpool Celtic 2 Casement Celtic 1; Wilton Utd 2 Inter City Celtic 1.
AUL 2A: CFC Banteer 1 Millstreet Celtic 1; Rylane Celtic 2 Macroom 2; Crescent Ath 2 Waterloo 0.
AUL 2B: Corkbeg 4 Carrigaline Utd 1 Cathedral Celtic 2 Central Rovers 1; Springfield B 2 Watergrasshill 3.
AUL 3: Cork Road Celtic 3 Greenwood 0; Leeside C 7 Afton Villa 1; De Courcey Albion 5 UCC B 0; Innishvilla 3 Carrigtwohill Utd 2.
AUL 3A: Lakewood Ath 1 Los Zarcos 0; Kanturk 2 Strand Utd 3; Knocknaheeny Celtic 6 Bweeng 1; Ballinhassig 2 Newmarket 2; Grattan Utd 0 Hillington 4.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

The UCC team that defeated Brooklodge United 3-1 in the quarter final of the Corinthian's Cup at the Farm on Saturday. Luke O'Sullivan, Anthony Seymour and Liam Mangan scored for the students.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Review of tonight’s Results:
Well – there was certainly some interesting results across the board in tonight’s results and I have always maintained that midweek games can determine the outcome in many ways as to who is going to get promoted and relegated at the end of the day.
Let’s begin with AUL 1.
Carrigtwohill did the business at home tonight with a solid 3-1 win over Glen Celtic and what really makes this win so important from their point of view is Springfield’s 1-1 draw away to Buttevant. Springfield’s Management will not be happy at all with that result – especially when they have so many games in hand.
Fairview rested some key players tonight in preparation for the St. Michael’s Cup Final next Tuesday night at the Cross and still managed a 3-1 win over Knockraha – a good morale boosting result ahead of the big night.
Leeside held on to third spot with a 2-1 home win over Park United B.
But, Carrigtwohill are looking very much like the in-form team at the minute…….

AUL 1A: What about Glenvale’s fantastic result again tonight – 3-1 home win over red-hot favourites Kilreen Celtic and with Douglas Hall’s 4-2 victory away to Passage, the whole race for the title is blown wide open once again.
Here’s the situation now after tonight’s results with 20 games to be played:
1. Kilreen P16 points=40
2. Glenvale P18 points=37
3. D. Hall P15 points=35

AUL 2: After tonight’s 3-0 victory over Casement Celtic, there is only one horse to back here – that is Innishvilla to win the title.
Hibs are keeping in touch alright with a 5-1 win away to Wilton but, with 4 games to go, I cannot see Innishvilla slipping up.
Here is the situation after tonight’s results with 18 games to be played
1. Innishvilla P14 points=39
2. Hibs P14 points=33

AUL 2A: Crescent jumped into second spot here after running out 2-0 winners at home to Leeview tonight and it certainly looks now like a two horse race between Crescent and Millstreet. Here is the situation now after tonight’s results with 18 games to be played.
1. Millstreet P14 points=34
2. Crescent P14 points=33

AUL 2B: Although Watergrasshill are still in a strong position at the helm, Cathedral Celtic boosted their challenge on the title after a terrific 3-1 victory over a Brooklodge United side that have slipped recently.
Corkbeg also gave themselves an outside chance with a 1-0 away win over Churchvilla.
Here is the situation now after tonight’s results with 20 games to be played.
1. Watergrasshill P17 points=38
2. Cathedral Cel P16 points=32
3. Corkbeg P16 points=31

So, plenty to chew on as we look forward to lots of action and excitement over the coming weekend. Will be back next Monday with a preview on Tuesday’s fixtures.

Tonight’s Results:
There’s a few here that will catch the eye.
AUL1: Carrigtwohill Utd 3 Glen Celtic 1; Leeside 2 Park Utd 1; Buttevant 1 Springfield 1; Fairview 3 Knockraha 1.
AUL 1A: Grangevale 2 Dunbar Celtic 0; Passage 2 Douglas Hall 4; Donoughmore Ath 4 Rathcoole Rovers 1; Glenvale 3 Kilreen Celtic 1; Richmond 5 UCC 2.
AUL 2: Innishvilla 3 Casement Celtic 0; Wilton Utd 1 Hibernians 5.
AUL 2A: Crescent Ath 2 Leeview Ath 0.
AUL 2B: Springfield 3 Castle Celtic 1; Churchvilla 0 Corkbeg 1; Cathedral Celtic 3 Brooklodge Utd 1; Central Rovers 1 Glanworth Utd 3.

Review\Update to follow shortly…..
Saturday 23rd April, Ko. 3.00pm Unless Otherwise stated
County Cup Quarter Finals
Ballincollig v Rylane Celtic, Regional Pk, J.Thompson
Leeside B v Springfield A / Innishvilla A,Littled Island M.O’Farrell
Premier League
Blarney St Ath v Knockavilla Celtic, Monard, P.Murphy
Premier A League
Kanturk v Glenthorn Celtic, Kanturk, Paul O’Sullivan
Park Utd v Postal Celtic, Brigowen, T.Thompson
Knockraha v Glen Celtic, Pigeon Hill, S.Barry
Rathcoole Rovers v Glenvale, Rathcoole, A.Mylod
Kilreen Celtic v Donoughmore Ath, Murphys Farm, D.O’Mahony
Richmond v Greenmount Rangers, Garrandarragh,Wilton, P.McAulliffe
Hibernains v Casement Celtic, Shanbally, R.Bond
Killowen v Crescent Ath, Killowen, D.Donovan
Central Rovers v Watergrasshill, O’Sullivan Pk, J.Gaffney
Corkbeg v Brooklodge Utd, Whitegate, L.Murphy
Cathedral Celtic v Churchvilla, Fairfield, A.McDonagh
Glen Celtic v Greenwood, Glen Pk, B.Buckley
St John Boscos v Cork Road Celtic, Water Rock Pk, E.Mullins
Hillington v Bweeng, Hillington Pk, M.O’Flaherty
Buttevant v Knocknaheeny Celtic, Buttevant, M.O’ Flynn
Sunday 24th April Ko. 10.45am Unless Otherwise Stated
Presidents Cup Final
Newmarket v Strand Utd, Turners Cross, 7.00pm ,T.Tully, C.Long, M.O’Flaherty
AOH Cup Semi Final First Leg
Killumney Utd v Wilton Utd A , Killeady, D.O’Mahony,B.Noonan,Paul O’Sullivan
Kinsale A v Leeside A, Madden Pk, P.Murphy,A.Mylod, J.Thompson
Premier League
Macroom v Park Utd, Murray Field, 11.30am, A.O’Regan
Premier A League
Greenwood v Village Utd, Clashduv Rd,3.00pm M.O’Farrell
Leeds v Bohemians, Leeds Pk, T.Tully
ST John Boscos v Buttevant, Waterrock Pk, C.Long
Shandon Celtic v Carrigtwohill Utd, Killowen,D.Donovan
Dillons Cross v Fairview, Silverheights Park, T.Thompson
Grangevale v Douglas Hall, Pfizer Pk, S.Barry
Dunbar Celtic v UCC, Murphys Farm, 3.00pm, L.Murphy
Kinsale v Wilton Utd, Fort Hill, E.Mullins
Innishvilla v Ard Na Laoi, Knocknacurra, Provisional, T.McDonagh
Leeview Ath v CFC Banteer, Pfizer Pk, 3.00pm, B.Buckley

Glanworth v Ballintotis, Glanworth, Peter O’Sullivan
Parkview Celtic v UCC, Crossbarry, T.McCarthy
De Courcey Albion v Innishvilla, Eliy lily, P.McAulliffe
Grattan Utd v Lakewood Ath, O’Neill Pk, M.Doody
Tuesday 26th April Ko. 6.45 pm Sharp
Premier league
Coachford v Kinsale, The Glebe, A.O’Regan
Ballyvolane v Wilton Utd, Ballyvolane Pk, P.Murphy
Blarney St Ath v Grattan Utd, Monard, D.O’Mahony
Macroom v Knockavilla Celtic, Murray Field, Paul O’Sullivan
Premier A League
Bohemians v Killumney Utd, Fairfield, A.Mylod
Village Utd v Leeds, Silverheights Pk, B.Noonan
Leeside v Carrigtwohill Utd, Pigeon Hill, R.Bond
Hibernians v Greenwood, Shanbally, A.McDonagh
Glen Celtic v Innishvilla, Glen Pk, M.O’Flynn
Afton Villa v UCC, Killeady, C.Long
Kanturk v Buttevant, Kanturk, J.Quinn
Bweeng v Knocknaheey Celtic, Bweeng, E.Mullins
Los Zarcos v Strand Utd, Station Rd, Millstreet, P.O’Reilly

Wednesday 27th April Ko. 6.45 pm Sharp
Premier League
Park Utd v Leeside, Brigowen, T.Tully
Thursday 28th April Ko. 6.45 pm Sharp
St John Boscos v Springfield, Waterrock Pk, Paul O’Sullivan
Leeside v Dillon Cross . Little Island, M.O’Farrell
Glen Celtic v Buttevant. Glen Pk, M.O’Flynn
Fairview v Carrigtwohill Utd, Monard, J.Thompson
Douglas Hall v UCC, Moneygourney, D.Donovan
Greenmount Rangers v Kilreen Celtic, Murphys Farm, G.Duffy
Rathcoole Rovers v Richmond, Rathcoole, P.McAulliffe
Dunbar Celtic v Grangevale, Murphys Farm, C.Long
Hibernians v Kinsale, Shanbally, M.O’Flaherty
City Wanderers v Innishvilla, CIT Bishopostown, B.Buckley
Killowen v Leeview Ath, Killowen, J.Quinn
Millstreet Celtic v Rylane Celtic, Town Pk, T.Thompson
Carrigaline Utd v Glanworth, Ballea Pk, T.McDonagh
Central Rovers v Brooklodge Utd, O’Sullivan Pk, P.O’Reilly
Springfield v Corkbeg, Pat O’Brien Pk, R.Bond
Churchvilla v Castle Celtic, Kilmoy , Cloyne, L.Murphy