Cork AUL

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Thursday, May 08, 2014

AUL Results Thursday.
AUL 1: Lakewood Ath 4 Bohemians 3; Knockraha 2 Kanturk 2; Fairview 2 Ballinhassig 0.
AUL 1A: Dunbar Celtic 4 UCC 1; Richmond 1 Buttevant 0; Greenmount Rangers 0 Waterloo 2.
AUL 2: De Courcey Albion 4 Strand Utd 1; Rylane Celtic 1 Blackpool Celtic 2; Macroom 1 Afton Villa 1.
AUL 2A: St John Boscos 3 Hillington 0; Park Utd 1 Glen Celtic 2.
AUL 3A: Pearse Celtic 6 Carrigaline Utd 2.

AUL 1:
In what is really becoming a three horse race here, being held to a 2-2 draw by Kanturk at home will not have been a good result for Knockraha tonight.
Dillon’s are still looking strong on top but, Cathedral Celtic are ready to pounce in second spot if given a chance and while Knockraha will be involved in Cup duty next Sunday morning, Cathedral will have Kanturk to contend with at home – a big game for them now.

Not much of a change here after tonights results.
Richmond keep the pressure on leaders Hibs with a narrow win tonight while Waterloo keep in touch with a victory over Greenmount at Murphy’s Farm.

AUL 2:
Take a look at the results here...
What a result for De Courcey after their 4-1 win over second place Strand. They have certainly got themselves into the reckoning now after this huge victory.
And take a look at the other one..... Blackpool Celtic’s 2-1 win away to top of the table side Rylane Celtic.... These two results have certainly thrown the cat among the pigeons.

This one is also very interesting....
Boscos 3-0 victory at home to Hillington puts them in a very solid position with two games less played then leaders Central, they are just two points behind.
Glen had a decent 2-1 win away to Park B but, with one game left, they look like being just that bit short come the end.

Pearse Celtic had a decent 6-2 win tonight but, unless Leeview collapse altogether, it may not count for a great deal.

Crescent just needs two points here by the way to claim the title – they have two games left.

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