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
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Tuesday, May 15, 2018


AUL Results for Tuesday 15th May:
Premier League: Pearse Celtic 2 Village Utd 2; Glenthorn Celtic 0 Grattan Utd 5; Coachford 2 Knocknaheeny Celtic 2; Innishvilla 3 Lakewood Ath 2.
Premier A League: Kanturk 1 Bohemians 3; Macroom 5 Leeview Ath 0.
AUL 1: Fairview 3 Donoughmore Ath 4; Temple Utd 3 Cloughduv Celtic 1; Waterloo v Tower FC (off).
AUL 1A: Dunbar Celtic 1 Pearse Celtic 1; Springfield 1 City Wanderers 2; Knockraha 2 Glenthorn Celtic 2.

Tonight's results have certainly thrown the cat among the pigeons in the Premiership and there is no doubt but Grattan United have made a massive statement with this 5-0 victory over Glenthorn Celtic to take over top spot at what is really a crucial stage of the season.
And aside from that, to get three points in a mideweek game over one of your main rivals for the title makes the result more precious.
Then, we saw Knocknaheeny Celtic draw away to Coachford which is two points dropped for another side aiming at winning the title, but let's give credit to Coachford though as it was a great point for them at home and from what I was told, I believe they had a great chance to win it.
Innishvilla will be glad also for their three points after a 3-2 win against Lakewood
And whatever about the race for the title, Coachford, Lakewood, Innishvilla and Carrigtwohill will need to scrap for their lives to survive the drop - now that games are getting less and less.

In Premier A, it certainly looks like the title will be going to Bohemians. They chalked up yet another win tonight away from home which takes them a step closer.

In league one, it looks like a two horse race between Tower and Waterloo. These two were scheduled to play tonight, but despite a pile of interest in this, the game never took place.

Take a look at the tables now in 1A though - What a challenge for the title is going on here.
Pearse managed a draw with a very late goal to salvage a point against Dunbar tonight, but City Wandereres takes over top spot now with a terrific 2-1 victory away to the Springers.
Keep your eye on this section as it looks like the most exciting at the minute with Pearse, City Wanderers, Cathedral Celtic and Dunbar all in with a shout.

Talk again Thursday night.
cheers,
Barry.





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